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Public Consultation - Edithburgh Town And Surrounds - Development Plan Amendment (DPA)
Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Council has commenced the process of reviewing the zoning of land within and immediately surrounding the township of Edithburgh.

A review of Edithburgh has been on Council’s agenda for some time given the sustained demand for development within the township. Furthermore, the zoning in and around the township has not been specifically reviewed since the general consolidation of four Development Plans from the previous District Councils in 2001.

 
Council Nominations now Closed & Ward Boundaries Changed
Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Local Government elections are held every four years, with the next election taking place in November 2014.

At the close of nominations at 12 midday Tuesday 16th September these nominations had been received:
icon Nominations Sept 2014 (20.34 kB)

Ward Boundaries have changed for this Election with the townships of Port Victoria, James Well and Rogues Point moving into Gum Flat Ward, and Hardwicke Bay moving into Innes/Penton Vale Ward see maps here:
icon New Ward Structure 2014 (947.01 kB)
icon Innes Penton Vale Ward (316.22 kB) icon Gum Flat Ward (245.54 kB)
icon Kalkabury Ward (332.92 kB)

Being a Council Member is a privileged position and one of the most direct ways that you can influence decisions that affect the quality of life for the local community. Anyone can stand for elections regardless of qualifications, political affiliations, employment status etc.

 
YPA draft Regional Public Health Plan
Thursday, 04 September 2014

Council is seeking your feedback on the Yorke Peninsula Alliance (YPA) Draft Regional Public Health Plan. The Plan is the first of its kind for the region and will provide a framework for addressing public health issues, advancing the community’s quality of life and enabling partnerships between Councils, Governments and the community.

The South Australian Public Health Act 2011 creates a lead role for Councils to preserve, protect and promote the health and wellbeing of their communities through the development of Regional Public Health Plans. The Regional Public Health Plan should be consistent with the State Public Health Plan, South Australia: A Better Place to Live, which is available at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au .