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VEC seeks comment on proposed electoral structures of Glenelg Shire Council Glenelg Shire Council review progresses

The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is reviewing the electoral structure of Glenelg Shire Council to ensure it provides fair and equitable representation for all voters.

Following preliminary submissions from the local community and the VEC’s own research, the VEC has produced a preliminary report with three proposed options for the electoral structure of Glenelg Shire Council.

Glenelg Shire Council is currently an unsubdivided local council with seven councillors. The report presents three proposed options:

• Option A seven councillors elected from an unsubdivided electoral structure
• Option B seven councillors elected from two wards (one five-councillor ward and one two-councillor ward)
• Option C seven councillors elected from three wards (one four-councillor ward, one two-councillor ward and one single-councillor ward)

The report is available:
• online at vec.vic.gov.au
• by calling 131 832 or
• for inspection at council offices during business hours.

You can have your say on the options in the report by making a submission to the VEC. Submissions must reach the VEC by 5.00 pm on Wednesday 17 April.

Submissions can be made:
• online at vec.vic.gov.au
• by email to glenelg.review@vec.vic.gov.au or
• by post to the Victorian Electoral Commission, Level 11, 530 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000

To find out more about the review process, visit vec.vic.gov.au or call 131 832.

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