Cessnock City Council is no stranger to fighting for jobs.
It’s most recent quest to remedy unemployment has come in the form of a blueprint outlining strategies for jobs growth over the next 15 years.
The council is focussed on creating more jobs for the Cessnock Local Government Area (LGA) and has unveiled the draft Greater Cessnock Jobs Strategy 2036 which is now on public exhibition.
The draft Strategy outlines economic development priorities and opportunities that will maximise the potential and prosperity of the Cessnock LGA.
An example of a local business operator creating local jobs and pushing through the pandemic is Brie McGahen, Creative Director of Picottee Floral Design in Greta. In just three years, she’s grown Picottee from a…