Goulburn U3A love where they are situated.
Their members were also delighted when Goulburn Mulwaree Council indicated a community centre would be developed at their location on 2 Bourke Street.
However, they were surprised to hear 2 Bourke Street was offered for sale earlier this year by council.
That's why the U3A will hold a meet the candidates night at the Tango Room of the Tattersall Hotel on Wednesday, November 24 from 6pm.
They want to know how much support council candidates of the upcoming Goulburn Mulwaree Council elections will give the U3A and the community centre development.
Goulburn U3A president Brian Spilsbury explained the format of the hour long meeting.
"We'll get the candidates to introduce themselves and ask them a couple of specific questions.
"There will be time at the end for people to ask a couple of other questions too."
Goulburn U3A member Pat Spilsbury said many non-profit associations like U3A, the Gem Society and the Art Society provided important services for older and often isolated citizens of Goulburn.
"This is why it is very important for council to support the associations," Ms Spilsbury said.
"I encourage as many community members as possible to attend the meeting as the development of a community centre is important for the seniors of Goulburn and U3A."
Deputy mayor and council candidate Peter Walker is a frequent visitor to Bourke street and has consistently expressed his support over the years.
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