Online panel seeks to brainstorm Lismore's future

SOUTHERN Cross University is creating an online research panel for locals wishing to brainstorm ideas for Lismore's future.

The Northern Rivers Community Panel could have up to 1000 members, depending on the level of response. SCU is recruiting until late October and Dr Peter Vitartas urged interested people to sign up now.

"Anyone in Lismore or surrounding villages who is interested in the community should put their hand up," Dr Vitartas said.

"Community panels are an innovative way to capture the community's input and allow more people to be involved."

To sign up visit scu.edu.au/lbpp.


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