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MacDonnell Shire Council newsletter

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Title

MacDonnell Shire Council newsletter

Creator

MacDonnell Shire Council

Collection

MacDonnell Shire Council newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT; MacDonnell Shire Council newsletter

Date

2008-04-01

Location

Alice Springs

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

MacDonnell (N.T.); MacDonnell Shire Council; Local Government; Periodicals

Publisher name

MacDonnell Shire Council

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Series

MacDonnell Shire Council newsletter

Volume

Issue 2, April 2008

Now known as

MacDonnell Regional Council Newsletter; MacNews

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

MacDonnell Shire Council

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/159177

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/717695

Page content

MacDonnell Shire wards are finalised Page 2 MacDonnell Shire NewsletterIssue 2, April 2008 Wayne Wright Chief Executive Officer MacDonnell Shire Phone 08 89516431 Email wayne.wright@macdonnell.nt.gov.au Andrea Martin Shire Manager Phone: 08 89515390 Fax 89515206 Email andrea.martin@nt.gov.au The MacDonnell Shire has four wards and the proposed names for wards are pointed out in the map to the left At the last Shire Transition Committee meeting the ward name RodingaRodingaRodingaRodinga was adopted for the far Eastern ward. Communities located in each ward will be represented on the Shire Council by members they elect in October 2008. Philippa Major Director Corporate & Community Services MacDonnell Shire Phone 89516419 Email philippa.major@macdonnell.nt.gov.au MacDonnell Shire contacts Local Boards will be a community voice Rodinga In the next few weeks Local Government staff will be making visits to remote communities to talk with as many people as possible about setting up Local Boards. A Local Board can make sure each community has input into a Community Plan and has a voice and a direct way to provide advice to the Shire Council and its elected members. Local Boards may meet around three or four times a year (or more if they like) to have the opportunity to advise Shire Councils on community issues, and partner with their Shire Council to develop a Community Plan. By becoming a member of a Local Board, people may be able to gain personal development through learning new skills in all areas of Local Government, which may lead to becoming an elected member of the Shire Council or becoming an employee of the Shire. People will also be able to learn more about the specific roles and functions of their Shire Council, and gain experience in representing the members of their community.


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