Register of Gifts and Contributions to Travel

The Local Government Act 1995 requires a relevant person who accepts a gift worth more than $200.00 to disclose this gift, in writing, to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) within 10 days of receipt.

All contributions to travel over $200.00 must also be disclosed, as do multiple gifts or contributions from the same donor where the total value is over $200.00.

A relevant person is defined under section 5.74 of the Act as a person who is a Council member or a designated employee. This includes:
  • Mayors
  • Presidents
  • Council Members
  • The CEO
  • Employees with delegated powers and duties under Part 5, Division 4 of the Act
  • Employees who are members of committees comprising elected members and employees
  • Other employees as nominated by the local government to be a designated employee
The CEO is required to keep a record of the disclosures by way of a register, which is to be published on the Town’s official website as well as made available for public inspection at the Town’s administration building.

Register of Public Minor Breaches

The Register of Public Minor Breaches is published in accordance with section 5.121 of the Local Government Act 1995. 

Elected Members Training Register

The Elected Members Training Register is published in accordance with section 5.127(2) of the Local Government Act 1995.

Elected Members Payments Register

The Elected Members Payments Register discloses the amount of meetings fees, expenses and allowances paid to Elected Members, including Mayoral and Deputy Mayoral allowances paid to the Mayor and Deputy Mayor for their increased duties.  It is published in accordance with section 5.96A(1)(i) of the Local Government Act 1995 and section 29C (2)(f) of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996.
The Western Australian Government via the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal issues determinations of Salaries and Allowances amounts for Local Government Elected Members.  In determining the allowances, the following factors are also taken into account:
  • The leadership role of the mayor and Deputy Mayor, and
  • The ceremonial and civic duties required of the mayor.

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