This "once in a generation" reform process is an opportunity to shape the characteristics of our Local Government for many years to come
Currently many in the broader community see Local Government as bureaucratic gatekeepers, more focused on their own needs and creating red tape than actually being an effective customer focused service organization.
While we can spend much time debating the ails of the current system, the most productive use of our time will surely be for ratepayers to clearly articulate what we expect from our LGA into the future.
This reform process is an opportunity to shape the culture, encourage efficiency and effectiveness, measure competitive performance, learn and improve across the entire sector.
It will be the role of the Minister and the Parliament to ensure that the review process reflects the needs of the community and not just those who work within the current system. It will require political courage to make the changes that are so desperately needed, we should all encourage the Minister to make those fundamental changes.
WHERE UWA Social Sciences Lecture theatre
WHEN Wednesday 10th April 2019 7:30PM
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