Hello and Welcome to My Website!

I decided to set up this site as a communication opportunity for myself and most importantly – you – the people of Frome. I hope you enjoy exploring this site as much as my staff and I did when putting it together. I appreciate feedback, and would love to hear from you as to the information you would like made available on the site.

The Frome Electorate and Regional South Australia is very important to me. Engaging with the community is essential to ensure that I have a clear understanding of issues faced by the people of Frome.

LISTENING POSTS IN FROME

Geoff welcomes the opportunity to visit towns in his electorate, and meet with the constituents in their local region. Frome covers over   8,266 square km and 25,215 constituents. Many people in the region do not have the resources to visit Geoff at his Electorate Office in Port Pirie and this gives those people an opportunity to meet face to face with their local State member. Recently Geoff met with constituents in Clare, Balaklava and Port Broughton, see below for Geoff’s next regional Listening Post.

If you wish to meet with Geoff to discuss issues concerning you or the Electorate of Frome you are encouraged to make an appointment.

BUTE – Thursday 16th June 2016

Location: Bute Council Chambers, Railway Tce BUTE
Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm

SNOWTOWN – Thursday 16th June 2016

Location: Snowtown Bowling Club
Time: 1.30pm to 4pm

SADDLEWORTH / RIVERTON – Now Scheduled for – Friday 27th May 2016

Saddleworth Library & Community Centre from 10 to 11.30am
Riverton Town Hall Supper Room, Torrens Road from 2 to 3.30 pm

RING 8633 1210 TO MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT

 

Nuclear? Community Conversation – South Australia’s Future

The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission was established so that Government and the community could be provided with a solid evidence base about the State’s further involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle.
The Royal Commission’s Report provides all South Australians with a lot to think about.
We know people are worried about safety and managing risks. Some people are keen to explore the economic benefits further involvement in the nuclear fuel cycle might bring.
To decide on the next steps, government will need to consider the evidence gathered by the Royal Commission and feedback from the community.
To be involved or have your say visit:http://yoursay.sa.gov.au

 

GROWING OUR REGIONAL COMMUNITIES

Independent Member for Frome Geoff Brock is calling for a fair share of projected revenue flowing from a potential nuclear waste storage facility to be set aside for SA’s regional communities.
Mr Brock has written to Premier Jay Weatherill outlining his proposal ahead of tomorrow’s public release of the SA Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission’s findings on the management, storage and disposal of nuclear radioactive waste.
The Royal Commission has indicated in its tentative findings that the facility has the potential to generate $5 billion a year in revenue for the State over the first 30 years of operation and $2 billion a year beyond that.
Our regions are the lifeblood of this State.
See more … http://geoffbrock.com.au

 

Please contact me by using the Contact page or by phoning the Frome Electorate Office (within business hours) on 08 8633 1210 to voice your ideas or concerns.
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FROME ELECTORATE OFFICE
Shop C Ellen Centre Port Pirie
PO Box 519 Port Pirie SA 5540
Phone: 8633 1210 Fax: 8633 1758
Email: fromeATparliament.sa.gov.au
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