Manage episode 362588612 series 2890771
On the latest episode of Australia's number one local government news podcast:
Threats of violence lead to more council events being cancelled;
A rural mayor attracts criticism over his council’s support for duck hunting;
Sorrento traders campaign to secede from Mornington Peninsula Shire;
The local government funding model to be examined by a parliamentary inquiry;
A deputy mayor resigns, dropping bombshell allegations as he does;
And another US mayor takes his gavel and goes home in the middle of a Council meeting;
All of that and much more ahead in the latest update from the Local Government News Roundup.
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