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Alice Springs Town Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
Place:Alice Springs
State/Country:Northern Territory, Australia
Summary Information:
The town of Alice Springs became a municipality in 1971. It serves a municipal area of 410 sq kms and a population of approximately 30,000 people. The Council provides a wide range of services to the community including public transport, road maintenance, libraries, swimming and sporting facilities, child care and dog control. The Council consists of the mayor and 10 Aldermen. Council meetings which are open to the public are conducted monthly. Three Council Committees deal with specialist matters before Council. These are the Corporate and Community Services, Finance, and Planning and Infrastructure Committees.

Related Entries

  • Memorandum of Understanding between Tangentyere Council and Alice Springs Town Council - Signatory
  • Simpson's Gap National Park Extension Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
  • Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park - Heavitree Range Extension Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
  • Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
  • Case Law
  • Hayes v Northern Territory [2000] FCA 671 (23 May 2000) - Respondent

  • References

    Alice Springs Town Council Your Town Council


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