GAWLER Council has stood by its complaints handling and mediation processes after receiving a sharp rise in Code of Conduct complaints about elected members in the 12 months leading up to the 2018 election.
GAWLER Council’s internal divisions have already resurfaced at the first meeting of the new electoral term, held last night, with yet another Code of Conduct investigation being discussed – this time into incumbent Gawler Deputy Mayor Ian Tooley.
ADELAIDE Plains Council will investigate the possibility of adding audio equipment to its council chambers, to enable all meetings to be recorded.
GAWLER Councillor Jim Vallelonga has issued a public apology after it was determined that he had breached the councillor Code of Conduct early last year.
ADELAIDE Plains Council (APC) has spent more than $30,000 in the past two years on independent advice in order to rectify elected member behaviour and governance issues within the council.
ADELAIDE Plains Council (APC) has dealt with the second most councillor code of conduct complaints in the state, a recent survey of councils in South Australia has revealed.
AN investigation into Playford councillor Michael Joy’s “insulting” comments on a community Facebook page, posted during the peak of council’s controversial rating policy review in May, has found him in breach of three clauses of council’s Code of Conduct.