Meetings of the Council are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 5:00 p.m., with the exeption of the January Meeting which is held on the third Tuesday. Members of the public are most welcome to attend the meetings that are held in the Council Chamber, Civic Centre, George Street, Millicent.
|March 13 2018|
|13 March 2018||Agendas|
|13 March 2018||Minutes|
|13 March 2018||Confidential Minutes Released|
|13 March 2018||Mayoral Communications|
|February 13 2018|
|13 February 2018||Agendas|
|13 February 2018||Minutes|
|13 February 2018||Confidential Minutes Released|
|2018 State Election - WRC Priority Issues Ask of Government||Document Political Parties Responded To|
|Item 13.4.3 Responses re Beachport Boat Ramp||Late Correspondence Tabled at Council Meeting|
|Priority Issue Response from Nick Xenophon's SA-Best||Late Correspondence Tabled at Council Meeting|
|Priority Issue Response from SA Labor||Late Correspondence Tabled at Council Meeting|
|Priority Issue Response from the Australian Conservatives||Late Correspondence Tabled at Council Meeting|
|Priority Issue Response from The Greens||Late Correspondence Tabled at Council Meeting|
|Priority Issue Response from the Liberal Party||Late Correspondence Tabled at Council Meeting|
|13 February 2018||Mayoral Communications|
|January 16 2018|
|16 January 2018||Agendas|
|16 January 2018||Minutes|
|16 January 2018||Confidential Minutes Released|
|16 January 2018||Mayoral Communications|
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Wattle Range Council has adopted two important policies which relate to the Public Access to Council and Committee Meetings and the Internal Review of Council Decisions.
Policy No. 1.11 - Internal Review of Council Decisions
Wattle Range Council is committed to transparent decision making processes, and to providing access to a fair and objective procedure for the internal review of decisions.
Grievances may arise as a result of dissatisfaction with a decision about a policy, procedure, service or fee. All attempts will be made to resolve grievances quickly and efficiently, without the need for formal applications for review to be lodged. Sometimes this cannot be achieved. The procedure provides guidance for dealing with formal requests for internal review of decisions of Council, its employees, and other people acting on behalf of Council.
Dealing with grievances at the local level is the most effective way of resolving matters quickly. Applicants for review of decisions will be encouraged to participate in the review handling process co-operatively. However, this will not negate citizens' rights to seek external review through the State Ombudsman, other legal appeal processes, or the Courts at any time during the internal review process.
Policy No. 1.3 - Code of Practice - Public Access to Council and Committee Meetings and Associated Documents
Wattle Range Council is committed to the principle of honest, open and accountable government and encourages community participation in the business of Council, however in some special circumstances it may be necessary to restrict public access to Council discussions and documents.
This Code sets out the commitment of Wattle Range Council to provide public access to Council meetings and associated documents and outlines the policies, procedures and practices on why and how Wattle Range Council may use the provisions in the Local Government Act to restrict public access. The Code includes:
Further information in relation to these documents can be obtained by contacting Council on (08) 8733 0900.