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Current Public Consultation:

Draft Annual Budget & Business Plans 2016/2017

Port Augusta City Council is preparing its draft Annual Business Plan and Budget for 2016/2017 which will be available for perusal by the general public from Tuesday 31 May 2016. Copies of the draft Annual Business Plan will be available for perusal from this date, at the Civic Centre’s front office, the Public Library and below.

A Community Forum to outline the 2016/2017 draft Annual Business Plan will be held in the Civic Centre, Council Chambers, 4 Mackay Street, Port Augusta on Thursday 16 June 2016, commencing at 5:30pm. All welcome.

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Submit a question regarding the Annual Budget & Business Plans 2016/2017

Future Options for Aged Care

Council is presently in receipt of a report describing options for the future management of its residential aged care facilities. Council encourages the reading of the report and the Frequently Asked Questions.

All of the information before Council, including the notes from a briefing session on the 28th April are available on the Future Options for Aged Care page. Hard copies of the documents are also available at the Port Augusta Public Library and the Civic Centre office, at 4 Mackay Street, Port Augusta. It is anticipated the future of Council’s residential aged care facilities will be deliberated at the full meeting of Council in May 2016. All agendas and minutes for Council meetings can be downloaded from Council’s website under The Council, Agenda and Minutes.

Future of the East Side T-Jetty

Council is seeking comments from the Port Augusta community in relation to the future of the East Side T-Jetty. The jetty has been declared structurally unsound and will cost an estimated $1.1m to restore. Please let us know what direction you believe Council should take in regard to the future of the T-Jetty.

Comment on the future of the T-Jetty