THE existing Riverside Recreation Reserve Committee of Management is looking to expand its numbers.
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning’s Land and Built Environment Programs Regional Manager Grant Hull said the group has called for expressions of interest from skilled community members to add to the current membership.
The committee is responsible for the day-to-day management, care and protection of the Riverside Recreation Reserve located on crown land in Horsham.
“Nominations are invited from members of the community who have relevant skills and experience and wish to be involved in the management of this public land reserve that provides important equestrian facilities for the local community,” Mr Hull said.
“The key attributes we are seeking include an interest in and enthusiasm to contribute to a community-based committee; a commitment to managing the reserve to benefit a wide range of users; and an approach to the task that includes maximising community involvement and participation.
Mr Hull said expressions of interest closed at 4.30pm on October 19. He said all registrations for the voluntary role will be considered.
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