Strong response to local gov reforms

The state government expects to receive more than the 115 local government reform submissions it has already received, which highlight potential areas for reform in the face of possible council amalgamations.


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The state gov't should also respect the wishes of local communities, and not simply drive a one size fits all formula when it comes to reform. For example, arbitrarily reducing councillor numbers on amalgamated local authorities may increase the representation burden on remaining councillors.

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