The Eurobodalla Shire Council says a revised draft Plan of Management (POM) for the Mackay Park precinct has been placed on public exhibition.
A council spokesperson said the document outlined how Mackay Park could be used, developed, and managed, how leases and licences or other interests were granted, and the scale and intensity of development permitted on site.
"The draft plan was placed on public exhibition for community feedback in December and January, and is again on exhibition to ensure legislative compliance," they said. "Changes to the original draft include new mapping and actions identifying the land the plan applies to, new actions regarding energy and water efficiency, revised actiosn on cooperative work between the council and NSW Department of Industry - Crown Lands, and additional information detailing the council's approach to community engagement and the results of public consultation."
The spokesperson said both the original and revised Mackay Park draft POMs proposed a category change from 'park' to 'general community use'.
"The category change supports Mackay Park's existing and proposed primary uses for a range of public recreation purposes and events, visitor information services, and the Regional Aquatic, Arts and Leisure Centre," they said.
The Mackay Park draft Plan of Management will be on public exhibition from Wednesday, March 27, to Wednesday, April 24, at www.esc.nsw.gov.au/haveyoursay.
Hard copies are available at council libraries, depots, and the customer service centre in Moruya.