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Library Advisory Group

The Shire of Harvey’s Advisory Groups aim to improve community engagement and inform the Shire of the needs and aspirations in the community.

Each Advisory Group has Council Representatives and Community Representatives. 

Advisory Group meetings are open to the public. For further information, please contact the Community Development team on 9729 0300 or email.

Role of the Group

To advise the Shire of Harvey on strategic and policy matters regarding library services within the Shire.

Objectives of the Group

  • To advise the Shire of Harvey on policy matters and the strategic direction of library services within the Shire.
  • To advise the Shire of Harvey on priorities for infrastructure improvements and major maintenance of library services within the Shire.
  • Provide suggestions to the Shire of Harvey on the operations and maintenance of library services within the Shire.

Next Meeting

Thursday, 17 November at 5.30pm at Australind Chambers Meeting Room.

Meeting Minutes

View current minutes.

Council Representatives

ImageNameContact details

Cr Paul Gillett 

Mobile: 0429 862 055
Email: paul.gillett@harvey.wa.gov.au

Cr Michelle Campbell

Mobile: 0419 796 046
Email: michelle.campbell@harvey.wa.gov.au

Cr Wendy Dickinson 

Mobile: 0428 564 490
Email: wendy.dickinson@harvey.wa.gov.au

Community Representatives

NameBiography

James Junio

James wants to be a voice for the Filipino community and has a passion for ensuring access and inclusion for all.

Pauline Ann Rattray                    

Pauline has volunteered at the Harvey library for the past 14 years and is enthusiastic about the future of the Shire’s libraries and communities.

Sheila Ferguson

With a background in education, Shelia values literacy and loves libraries.