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Proposed Council Amalgamation Update

13 Jan 2016


Notification of public inquiry into the proposal to amalgamate or alter the boundaries of local government areas. Pursuant to section 218F of the Local Government Act 1993 the Minister for Local Government has referred a proposal in relation to the following local government areas:

 

Hurstville and Kogarahto the Acting Chief Executive of the Office of Local Government for examination and report.Pursuant to section 745 of the Local Government Act 1993 the Acting Chief Executive of the Office of Local Government has delegated to me the examination and reporting functions under section 218F of the Local Government Act. The examination into the proposal has now commenced and submissions are invited from members of the public. The closing date for submissions is 5pm EST, Sunday 28 February 2016. Submissions can be made online at www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au

or by mail to:

GPO BOX 5341
Sydney NSW 2001

 

A public inquiry in relation to the proposal will be held under section 263 of the Local Government

Act 1993 at the following time(s) and venue:
Club Central Hurstville:
Wednesday, 3 February 2016
1:00pm – 5:00pm and 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Members of the public who would like to attendare requested to register at www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.auor by contacting 1300 813 020. Members of thepublic who would like to speak at the public inquiry are requested to indicate that theywish to do so when they register to attend.For more information contact 1300 813 020or visit

www.councilboundaryreview.nsw.gov.au
Mike AllenDelegate


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Hurstville Council encourages the community to provide input on local proposals and projects. The community can submit feedback on draft documents which Council has placed on formal public exhibition or public consultation during the exhibition period. Any submissions Council receives, including personal information, becomes publicly available and may also be included in Council’s business paper.

If you do not wish your submission to become publicly available you can provide Council with your reason, in writing. Alternatively, you may wish to provide an anonymous submission. Please note that anonymous submissions may be given less, or no weight during overall consideration of the proposal.

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