Source: State of Victoria Local Government 2
Headline: Proposed Local Law No. 1
According to a resolution passed by Council on 27 June 2017 the following Local Law is now open for public submission:
Also open for public submission are the following supporting documents:
In accordance with section 119(2) and 223 of the Local Government Act 1989, the purpose and general purport of the proposed Local Law No. 1 is to:
Provide for the safe and efficient management of road reserves including parking;
Controlling and regulating secondary activities on roads, including footpath and roadside trading, the placing of signs, goods and equipment, repairs to vehicles, holding of parties, festivals and processions, outdoor eating facilities, artistic activity, collections and firewood harvesting;
Facilitating safe access for people with sight or movement impairment or disabilities.
Copies of the proposed Local Law No. 1, accompanying Community Impact Statement and supporting documents may be viewed at Council’s Customer Service Centres at Mayday Hills and Ford Street Beechworth, and those at Yackandandah, Rutherglen and Chiltern.
In accordance with Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989, any person may make a written submission on the proposed Local Law, proposed Trading Places Guidelines and proposed Roadside Firewood Collection Plan. Any person making a submission may request to be heard in person or be represented by a person specified in support of their submission. This must be identified as part of the submission.
Submissions are to be addressed to:
The Chief Executive Officer
Indigo Shire Council
PO Box 28
and must be received at the Council Office by 5pm on 12 August 2017. Please note that all submissions may be made available to the public as part of a Council Agenda.