Hello and welcome to 2018!
The committee has met for the second time this morning at Ferntree Gully Bowling Club. If you are interested in joining this committee or receiving a copy of the Agenda or Minutes please contact Claudine Evans via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next meeting: 10am to 11am Saturday 14 April 2018
Knox Ratepayers Association is an independent not for profit association.
We attend Council Meetings as an advocate for the Ratepayers and Residents of the City of Knox and monitor the activities of your elected Councillors and the appointed Executive. Our aim is to provide value for money and ensure the interests of the Ratepayers are best represented.
The Knox Ratepayers association was formed to be the voice of the Ratepayers and represent their views to Council.
Executive Committee at Knox Ratepayers are:
- President: David Westbrook
- Treasurer: Frank Sullivan
- Secretary: Lynette Mitchell
(a) To provide an independent body to represent the ratepayers of the City of Knox.
(b) To represent the views of ratepayers to the Councillors and Officers of the City of Knox.
(c) To promote public debate concerning local government issues within and affecting the City of Knox and its ratepayers.
(d) To provide effective independent scrutiny of the policies and practices of the Council of the City of Knox.
(e) To do such other things as may benefit Ratepayers of the City of Knox.
(f) To do all such other things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objects.
(g) To work with the Victorian State Government to ensure transparency and hold accountable the Knox City Council for their decisions and actions.
(h) To have appointed to the Knox City Council an independent Administrator.
Frank’s Blog -Council & Other Reports
Frank Sullivan Introduction
Frank has been a stalwart for Ratepayers’ rights since well before the incorporation of Knox City Council. According to Frank, he has attended nearly every public meeting and has seen Mayors, Councillors, Executives, Council Staff and Volunteers come and go. Always a protagonist, he is like a dog with a bone if an issue needs to be pushed. Continue reading Home