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28 January 2018 Posted by 

PUSH FOR INTEGRITY AT COUNCILS

CENTRAL Coast Council elected representatives will face strict new guidelines from the State Government.

Local Government Minister Gabrielle Upton has reaffirmed the NSW Government’s commitment to strengthening integrity, sustainability and performance of local councils across the state.

Ms Upton told hundreds of councilors at the Local Government NSW Annual Conference in Sydney that the Government would continue to introduce measures to strengthen integrity and performance.

“The NSW Government is committed to supporting councilors to uphold the highest standards of governance, integrity and professionalism required of elected representatives,” Ms Upton said.

The Government is releasing a draft Model Code of Meeting Practice for consultation with the sector. For the first time there will be a uniform set of meeting rules for councils to help ensure more accessible, orderly, effective and efficient meetings.

 



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