Council’s newly launched community education truck, Charlie, will be hitting the road at an event or location near you in the coming months.
Charlie stands for Council, Help, Advice, Resources, Learning, Information and Education. The truck is air-conditioned and is fitted with a computer, iPads, smart TV, seats, and is fully air-conditioned and equipped with a wide range of Council resources.
In the coming months you will see Charlie at the Super Rugby trial match at the Exhibition Centre, during Orientation Week for Charles Sturt University and at the NAB AFL match.
As well as attending events, the truck will be used as a mobile headquarters in emergency situations and as a mobile service centre for outlying villages.
So how would you like to see the truck used and do you have any ideas for what you would like to see in it?
This forum will be open for discussion until Monday 4 April 2016.
Alternatively place a marker on this map to show us where you think Charlie should go!