Your community is an example of a large and diverse group of people. For a community to be cohesive, everyone must work together and take into consideration all members.
You will act as a part of a local council and implement a new feature to your area. This could be in the form of something to be built, a program you could implement into existing facilities or an upgrade/addition to already existing facilities in your area.
This could include: a work of art to be commissioned, a skate park, a new kindergarten, English lessons for immigrants, a new park, swimming facilities, bus routes, a festival, station upgrades, road safety features etc.
You must consider why you are going to include this feature, what benefit it will bring to your community, how it will benefit the members of your diverse community, how much it will cost, any drawbacks that may arise and any other issues surrounding the feature.