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On the Roundup today,
Greater Geelong councillors front up to library campaigners, but hold firm on proposed budget cuts, while a call comes for the Bellarine to breakaway from the council;
Campaigners claim victory as Warrnambool changes course on the location for a new art gallery;
More goats put to work on weed control;
Major changes to the NSW rate pegging system proposed;
Pressure mounting on a Qld councillor to resign;
A council under fire for not paying for Welcome to Country ceremonies;
And a marathon Council meeting of more than 14 hours results in a controversial decision in the US.
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