Council

The Kulin Shire Council exists to sustain, improve and develop the Kulin region through the provision and facilitation of infrastructure, services and opportunities in a manner which will instill community pride while giving a vibrant, socially and economically sustainable environment for businesses and families.

LOCAL LAWS

Public Notice - Shire of Kulin is providing public notice of its proposal to make new local laws.

General Repeal Local Law

The purpose of the local law is to repeal obsolete local laws. The effect of the proposed local law is that the obsolete local laws will be revoked and abrogated.

Cemeteries Local Law 2020

The purpose of the proposed local law is to provide for the orderly management of the Kulin Public Cemetery (Reserve 192552) Dudinin Public Cemetery (Reserve 14995) and the Pingaring Public Cemetery (Lot 3142) in accordance with established plans and to create offences for inappropriate behaviour within the cemetery grounds; and

The effect of the proposed local law is to ensure compliance by all persons engaged in the administration, the burying of deceased and the provision of services to or making use of the three cemeteries in the district.

Dogs Local Law 2020

The purpose of the proposed local law is to make provisions about the impounding of dogs, to control the number of dogs that can be kept on premises and the manner of keeping those dogs and to prescribe areas which dogs are prohibited.

The effect of the proposed local law is to extend the controls over dogs which exist under the Dog Act 1976.

A copy of the proposed local laws can be obtained by clicking on the links below.

Submissions concerning the above proposed local laws can be made in person to the Shire of Kulin, 38 Johnston St Kulin, via post to PO Box 125 Kulin 6365, or email to eso@kulin.wa.gov.au, by 4.30pm 28 August 2020.

Further information can be obtained from Nicole Thompson 98801204 or email eso@kulin.wa.gov.au

Standing Orders Local Law 2020

The purpose of the proposed local law is to provide for the conduct of meetings of the Council, Committees and electors.

The effect of the proposed local law is to provide for:
-      better decision-making at meetings;
-      the orderly and efficient conduct of meetings;
-      greater community participation and understanding of the business of the Council; and
-      more open and accountable local government.
A copy of the Standing Orders Local Law 2020 may be obtained from the Shire Office or viewed on the Shire of Kulin website.

Submissions concerning the proposed Standing Orders local law can be made in person to the Shire of Kulin, 38 Johnston St Kulin, via post to PO Box 125 Kulin 6365, or email to eso@kulin.wa.gov.au, by 4.30pm 11 September 2020.

 

Additional Documents

If you require any documents which do not appear in the list below, please contact the Shire of Kulin. 

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