Call for businesses to get involved

Our recent story on residential voters in the City of Perth rapidly displacing the voice of business struck a chord down at the council. Perhaps it’s all the state election fever going around, but the city thought it should capitalise on the calls for voters to register, especially owners and occupiers of CBD property. Chief Executive Officer Frank Edwards said the business community made a significant contribution to the city’s rates income but was under-represented on the roll. “Business owners and occupiers should enrol so they can have a say in their city’s future,” Mr Edwards said. “It’s an exciting time with lots of development in Perth and the city values highly the views of its business people.” The Note agrees. If you don’t vote, then you have no right to complain about the decisions government makes.

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