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Annual report 2010 - 2011, Northern Territory Grants Commission



Annual report 2010 - 2011, Northern Territory Grants Commission


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N O R TH ER N TER R ITO R Y G R A N TS CO M M ISSIO N 13 Annual Report Margaret Vigants Margaret is a long-term resident of the Northern Territory and has lived in its remote areas for more than 20 years. She is a former President of the Local Government Association of the Northern Territory and was the President of the then Timber Creek Community Government Council for nine years prior to her relocation to Darwin. She is a foundation member of the Statehood Steering Committee and until recently worked for an organisation that trains doctors as general practitioners. ADMINISTRATION AND STAFFING The operating costs of the Commission for the year were met by funds appropriated to the Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services. The operational expenditure for 2010-11 was $209 824.75 compared to $183 697.47 in 2009-10. The Executive Officer, Mr Peter Thornton, and Mrs Donna Hadfield of the Northern Territory Department of Housing, Local Government and Regional Services, coordinated the visitation program and assisted with the Commissions activities by providing executive support.

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