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Last night Lismore Council looked at House Relocations, Land swaps and Buy Backs when Councillor Adam Guise’s moved a motion that “Council acknowledges flood impacted ratepayers' desire for house relocations, buybacks and land swaps."
Steve Krieg’s campaign slogan was We are the change, but many in the Lismore community are wondering what the ‘change’ actually means. People are at a loss to know what is happening in council – and they not getting what they bargained for?
The Lismore City Council has voted against asking the federal government and NSW Northern Rivers Reconstruction Commission [NRRC] for prioritised land buybacks and swaps after devastating floods earlier this year.
Lismore City Councillors have agreed to workshop democracy and deny unlimited spending power to the general manager after another late-night ordinary meeting this week.
What exciting times we live in. Never has there been a better time to be politically engaged than now. This election is like no other. With the problems of the world bearing down on us, now is the time to make your voice heard.
Last night members of the NSW Government independent expert inquiry team, facilitated a forum at Southern Cross Uni to talk about the recent catastrophic flood events.
At the Tuesday evening meeting of Lismore City Council, Cr Elly Bird was quick to her feet with an urgency motion regarding the residents and supporters impacted by the recent flood.
The Annual Code of Conduct Report for Lismore City Council is a document that Council receives and notes, about the behaviour of folk in Council. It’s a ‘who's been naughty' list, but, it also appears that the ‘code’ isn’t always honourable – or honest.
The recent history of general managers in the Lismore Council has been nothing if not chequered. With a very politically divided council, the question of whether all interested councillors, or just a select few, should choose the new GM proved contentious last night in the Goonellabah chambers.
Byron Shire Council Mayor Michael Lyon has defended Council’s handling of the ongoing Mullum pod accommodation debacle, telling The Echo that councillors requested, through a Council resolution, that Resilience NSW conduct consultation with neighbouring residents regarding the rail corridor works on Prince Street.