MINISTER for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone has sided with disgruntled ratepayers in Playford Council’s outer regions, warning the State Government may step in if council continues to ignore said constituents.
BUDGET plans were central to a forum hosted at the Stretton Centre in Munno Para on Thursday, with the topics of bringing worldwide events to the north and water security in the spotlight.
PLAYFORD Council has officially adopted its annual business plan and budget for the 2018/19 financial year, with ratepayers expected to see a three per cent increase to their rates.
THE financial contributions constituent councils will have to pay, as part of the Gawler River Flood Management Authority’s (GRFMA) 2018/19 budget have increased by 2.5 per cent.
PLAYFORD ratepayers can expect to pay an extra $45 per household next financial year, it was revealed last week.
ADELAIDE Plains Council has posted its first budget update for the 2017/18 financial year and while the figures may frighten some ratepayers, it has assured a big portion of the added deficit is merely a financial oversight.