Terry Redman MLA Member for Warren‐Blackwood and his team hosted the Denmark Chamber of Commerce June Business After Hours in his Denmark office.
The Warren‐ Blackwood electorate comprises 23,000sq km’s and when not in Parliament, Terry is on the road talking to his electorate. He stressed the many ways people can connect with him in relation to issues affecting their business. With the Regional Chamber meetings next week, it was a timely reminder to let us know of any salient points you wish the Chamber to raise with the Ministers present.
The Parliamentary Inquiry to Air BnB is a good example of an electorate-based issue that is now under investigation as a result of Terry’s engagement processes. He urged people to get in contact with his staff as well as their Chamber.
Guest speaker Emmi Taylor from Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA emphasised the free advice line they have available for Denmark Chamber members for Human Resource and OHS issues. As a member of CCIWA this free advice line is one of the benefits of membership.
Two new members introduced themselves at the meeting. Ruth McConigley from Freedom Exercise Physiology uses exercise as medicine to treat chronic illness and pain and Kendal Lynam has set up Denmark Art Club and is running classes for children and adults from Monday to Friday. These have proven to be very popular.