Special committees of the Council are appointed under Section 86 of the Local Government Act 1989. These committees are established for a range of reasons, but mainly when the Council is sure that a committee is the most efficient way to review policy and/or monitor and assess the performance of a specific function of the Council, and manage and/or advise on the operation and maintenance of a Council property or service.
Advisory Committees are established by the Council to help in the consultative process and to provide valuable information to support the decision making of the Council. Both special and advisory committees are made up of Council and community representatives, but special committees have more decision-making powers.
Moyne Shire Council has 7 special committees and 16 advisory committees active.
Koroit Streetscape - call for nominations
We are seeking expressions of interest from community members within the shire to participate on the Koroit Streetscape Project Committee. Nominations are sought from members of the community who:
- have an interest in the Koroit Streetscape Project.
- have the capacity to contribute a ‘whole of town’ perspective rather than represent any particular interest group.
- are available to attend Steering Committee meetings
- are willing to work with other community representatives and Councillor representatives in providing advice and community feedback as the project proceeds.
The committees draft charter can be found here(DOCX, 50KB)
Nominations close Thursday 20 June 2019
Click here for the nomination form