No council mergers but adjustment of boundaries, say Hurstville Residents Association

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No council mergers but adjustment of boundaries, say Hurstville Residents Association
By Maria Galinovic, February 5, 2016

The evening session of the Kogarah/Hurstville amalgamation inquiry was much better attended than the afternoon session.

At least 70 people were present and 14 spoke.

The president of the City of Hurstville Residents Association, Brian Shaw, who attended both sessions, said none of the speakers were in favour of amalgamation.

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Kogarah and Hurstville Council amalgamation talks continue

ARTICLE – St George and Sutherland Shire Leader online link, click here.

Kogarah and Hurstville Council amalgamation talks continue

By Maria Galinovic, February 3, 2016.

Going by what was said at the state government-organised public inquiry this afternoon (February 3) into the proposed merger of Hurstville and Kogarah Councils, the matter still has a way to run.

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Hurstville City Council – Kogarah City Council Boundary Hearing

Hurstville City Council – Kogarah City Council Boundary Hearing
Venue: Club Central, Hurstville
Date: February 3, 2016
Delegate: Mike Allen

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Concerned about St George council mergers? Have your say

ARTICLE – St George and Sutherland Shire Leader online link, click here.

Concerned about St George council mergers? Have your say
By Maria Galinovic, January 28, 2016

HURSTVILLE residents will have another opportunity to have a say about the proposed merger between Hurstville and Kogarah councils at a public inquiry to be held at Club Central Hurstville on February 3. Continue reading “Concerned about St George council mergers? Have your say”

New Council Boundaries

City of Hurstville Residents’ Association Inc. does not support merging Hurstville Council with any other council.

We have agreed that as an ambit claim, should the Government proceed with amalgamation, we want the area from the Hurstville City Council boundary in Riverwood – Narwee – Beverly Hills moved to include the parts of Canterbury City Council up to the eastern boundary of the M5 included in the new council area or if Hurstville Council stands alone, that a similar boundary be implemented. Continue reading “New Council Boundaries”