THE final stages of gathering and reviewing information pertaining to the upgrade of Leeton's central jewel are in their final stages.
The Roxy Theatre's redevelopment committee is almost finished this part of what will be a long and detailed process, which will all form part of the work and final design that is yet to come.
To date, the committee has held workshops with the community to go through the project step-by-step, hear suggestions and listen to feedback from residents.
Roxy Redevelopment Committee volunteer chairwoman Katherine Herrmann and Leeton Shire Council's manager communications and marketing Brent Lawrence have also met with several community members to individually to capture and listen to their questions, comments, concerns and ideas regarding the project.
All comments and questions have been compiled into a register, which will be forwarded onto the project team for its assessment.
The register has now been uploaded to council's website for residents to read and peruse.
It will be updated periodically as formal responses to each submission are received from the project team.
A "questions and answers" document will also be added to the site to provide residents and those who are interested with answers to some of the most common comments and questions that have been documented by community members.
A short film, titled the Roxy Heritage Documentary is being planned in collaboration with the National Museum Galleries of Australia to screen at the completion of the project.
The next iteration of concept plans will be shared with the community in the coming weeks where further feedback and input will then be sought.
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