Proposed Meeting Procedure Local Law

Consultation has concluded

Council adopted the Meeting Procedures Local Law in September 2015.

The existing Meeting Procedures Local Law is available here (173KB)

The proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law can be accessed here (182KB) or a copy can be obtained from Council’s Customer Service Centres at the Municipal Offices at 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham 3192 8.30am-5pm or 1 Chelsea Road, Chelsea 3196 10am-4.30pm.

The proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law is the result of a review of the current Meeting Procedures Local Law.

A Community Impact Statement on the proposed Community (Amendment) Local Law No.1 is available here (38KB).

Council is seeking comments from the community on the proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law.

Comments will be received until 5pm Friday 30 June 2017. Please send through your comments to info@kingston.vic.gov.au.

Alternatively written submissions should be marked "Proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law " and addressed to: Phil De Losa, Manager - Governance, City of Kingston, PO Box 1000, MENTONE VIC 3194.

Written submissions may also be hand delivered to the Municipal Offices at 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham.

Any person may make a written submission on the proposed Local Law to Council. All submissions received by Council on or before Friday 30 June 2017 will be considered in accordance with section 223 (1) of the Act, by Council’s Submissions (Section 223) Committee ("Committee").

If a person wishes to be heard in support of their submission they must include the request to be heard in the written submission and this will entitle them to appear in person, or by a person acting on their behalf before a meeting of the Committee scheduled for Tuesday 4 July 2017 5.30pm at the City of Kingston Offices, 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham.

Please note that copies of submissions (including submitters’ names and addresses) will be made available at the Council or Committee meeting at which the above proposal will be considered. Council is also required to make submissions available for public inspection for a period of twelve months.

Council adopted the Meeting Procedures Local Law in September 2015.

The existing Meeting Procedures Local Law is available here (173KB)

The proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law can be accessed here (182KB) or a copy can be obtained from Council’s Customer Service Centres at the Municipal Offices at 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham 3192 8.30am-5pm or 1 Chelsea Road, Chelsea 3196 10am-4.30pm.

The proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law is the result of a review of the current Meeting Procedures Local Law.

A Community Impact Statement on the proposed Community (Amendment) Local Law No.1 is available here (38KB).

Council is seeking comments from the community on the proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law.

Comments will be received until 5pm Friday 30 June 2017. Please send through your comments to info@kingston.vic.gov.au.

Alternatively written submissions should be marked "Proposed Meeting Procedures Local Law " and addressed to: Phil De Losa, Manager - Governance, City of Kingston, PO Box 1000, MENTONE VIC 3194.

Written submissions may also be hand delivered to the Municipal Offices at 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham.

Any person may make a written submission on the proposed Local Law to Council. All submissions received by Council on or before Friday 30 June 2017 will be considered in accordance with section 223 (1) of the Act, by Council’s Submissions (Section 223) Committee ("Committee").

If a person wishes to be heard in support of their submission they must include the request to be heard in the written submission and this will entitle them to appear in person, or by a person acting on their behalf before a meeting of the Committee scheduled for Tuesday 4 July 2017 5.30pm at the City of Kingston Offices, 1230 Nepean Highway, Cheltenham.

Please note that copies of submissions (including submitters’ names and addresses) will be made available at the Council or Committee meeting at which the above proposal will be considered. Council is also required to make submissions available for public inspection for a period of twelve months.