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Local Laws is an important part of life in the Glenelg Shire, providing a safe, healthy environment for community. At times Infringements may be issued under Local Government Act 1989, due to a breach of local laws.
Infringement Notices may be issued by Local Laws Officers for a range of offences relating to Animals, Parking or other breaches of Glenelg Shire Council General Local Law 2018(PDF, 360KB)
Persons who receive an Infringement may:
Applications for an infringement review must be in writing and only one review request per offence is allowed. Infringement Review Form.
If you need further information or have any questions regarding the Infringement Review Process, please contact our customer service team on 1300 453 635.
A Council officer receives the request and ensures all documentation has been provided to support the review process. We may contact you for further information if required.
The review panel will take into account factors relating to your application and the Infringement Policy and review criteria.
An outcome will be determined relating to the request, ie. confirm the decision to serve an Infringement notice, issue a warning (withdraw infringement), withdraw Infringement, or cancel the Infringement and refer to Court. In addition to the above, payment plans or other arrangements may also be recommended.
If an applicant is not satisfied with the outcome of the infringement review, a formal complaint can be submitted for review by Council.