17th October 2021 (#65)

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By Chris Eddy. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

On the Roundup today… 9000 ballot packs go missing in the South Gippsland Shire Council election; a CEO talks about being trolled over a mandatory vaccination stance for staff; the deamalgamation question set to be put to residents of Inner West council; and opposition builds to a new waste from energy facility in New South Wales.

Just some of what’s ahead on the Roundup, which is brought to you by the Victorian Local Governance Association, an independent governance organisation supporting councils and councillors to achieve the highest standards of governance;

And by Hunt & Hunt Lawyers - providing advice to help Councils achieve the best for their communities.

Links:
South Gippsland Shire Council election
Victoria's success relies on thriving regional cities
Fire Season Inquiry Phase Two Report Delivered
MAV responds to fire season inquiry report
Roundup Extra - Ali Wastie, Bass Coast Shire CEO
New library to take prime position in redeveloped Westfield Knox
Inner West de-amalgamation question
Mayor Overall to retire at upcoming election
Sunshine Coast Biosphere within reach
LGNSW welcomes outdoor dining funding
Whitsunday Regional Council to review Airbnb policy after homeowners threaten legal challenge
Council Objects to Proposed Matraville Incinerator
1000 Play Streets
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Smart Cities Groups Band Together to Form National Coalition
Haringey becomes first in London to provide modular homes to tackle homelessness

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