CFP Business Specialist | Local Government Expert | Political Adviser
The Local Government Advisory Board (LGAB) will soon make recommendations to the Minister for Local Government who will either accept or reject those recommendations.
Nonetheless, communities must ensure a fair process of local government reform and be ready to have a say in boundary adjustments that affect their districts.
Be ready, and make sure that at least 50% of your fellow residents and ratepayers vote on any proposal that affects your local government.
Here’s how the process works to vote on a LGAB or Minister Simpson’s proposal: