TWO Gawler girls have taken it upon themselves to lead the fight to have a key road on Church Hill upgraded.
TWO key reports outlining over $26 million worth of recommended expenditure to upgrade Gawler’s bridges, roads, footpaths, kerbs and guttering won’t be debated by Gawler Council until at least February, against the recommendation of staff.
GAWLER Council will investigate the development of a grievance procedure to help elected members better understand current complaints protocols, and resolve conflicts.
GAWLER Council has defended its usage of confidentiality provisions, after analysis showed it made the fourth most confidentiality orders in the state on matters discussed during council meetings during 2017/18.
A PROPOSAL to bring the 2020 Tour Down Under (TDU) to Gawler has hit a roadblock, in the form of Gawler Council.
GAWLER Council has commenced a hard waste trial for local pension concession card holders, as it continues its investigation into the possibility of introducing a hard waste collection service in 2019/20.
GAWLER Council’s monthly meetings will finish no later than 11pm moving forward, after elected members discussed how they should make use of their time and energy as councillors at their first meeting of the new electoral term last fortnight.
GAWLER councillor Ian Tooley has criticised fellow elected members for forgoing a $10 monthly allowance for internet access, saying they’d stooped to a “low level” by thinking they were above the payment.