3rd October 2021 (#61)


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On the Roundup today… news from Victorian councils on topics including January 26th, level crossing removals, and climate response; a Western Australian Council abandons a staff vaccine incentive proposal after a community backlash; CEO and mayoral announcements, and advocacy updates from New South Wales; a massive funding shortfall identified this week for UK Councils.

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.

Surf Coast to cease celebratory 26th January events
Kingston concerns over level crossing removal plans
Frankston to partner with St Kilda Football Club
Knox adopts Climate Response Plan
Corangamite Shire launches public art project
Manjimup abandons vaccine incentive proposal
Lithgow opposed to energy from waste plan
Blue Mountains concerns over dam wall raising proposal
Port Macquarie-Hastings calls for review of COVID-19 loophole
Dubbo appoints Murray Wood as CEO
Federation Council reappoints CEO Adrian Butler
Bayside NSW Mayoral election
Parramatta Mayoral election
Northern Beaches Mayoral election
New disaster infrastructure fund for Qld Councils
VLGA/LGV/FinPro Debt Panel Event
UK: Cost increase alarm raised by LGA
US: Dallas Mayor cracking down on corruption
US: Portland OR reviewing system of government

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