Nominations for the top gong, where peers select an outstanding industry contributor, are now open.
Letters to the editor - September 21
A Shepherd I wish to comment on two letter and an official notice which appeared on p 2 of the Braidwood Times for May 25. These are: - 1. The longer letter by Gill Burke headed “what now?”; 2. The short letter by ex-councillor Paul Cockram headed “Should I stay or should I go?”, and 3. The notice for QPRC or Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council.
Pete Harrison, former Mayor Palerang I guess it can’t be said to have come as a great surprise, but as I have said elsewhere, it was certainly a disappointing outcome, to say the least. With independent financial advice provided to both Councils indicating that a merger would be ill-advised, and in the face of the recommendation from the Independent Local Government Review Panel that mergers should proceed only where they can be shown to make, amongst other things, a “substantial contribution to addressing financial problems” the NSW Government went its own way.
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