THE Remuneration Tribunal of South Australia has signed off on the allowances for council elected members for the next four years.
MOTIONS decided on by a councillor who was later found to have had a conflict of interest in relation to the matter are still valid, but can be reviewed, the state’s Ombudsman has confirmed.
GAWLER Council has opted not to sign up to any scheme to attract recreational vehicle (RV) users to the area, following an eleventh-hour amendment to its final position on RV parking in Gawler.
ELECTED members were expected to consider a vote of no confidence in council’s Infrastructure and Environmental Services (IES) Committee at a special meeting last night.
GAWLER DEPUTY MAYOR IAN TOOLEY HAS STRONGLY DEFENDED HIS REPEATED EFFORTS TO MAKE GAWLER AN RV FRIENDLY TOWN.
GAWLER Deputy Mayor Ian Tooley was ousted from elected members’ most recent meeting, after he “giggled” during another councillor’s debate contribution.
RATEPAYERS have fronted the $10,000 cost for Gawler’s mayor and chief executive to attend a three-day conference in Canberra, correspondence to elected members has revealed.
GAWLER Council has dug its heels in and refused to pay out for an “offset” roundabout that will keep the future of a potential Tiver Road connection to the Gawler East link road (GELR) alive.