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Kogarah Municipal Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Kogarah Council
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    Summary Information:
    The municipality of Kogarah was established in 1885 and is bounded by the Illawarra Railway line, Georges River, Rocky Point Road, Princes Hwy and Harrow Road. It has a population of 49,990 people. 163 people, of the population identified as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander in the 1996 Census.
    Detailed Information:
    Kogarah is an Aboriginal word meaning 'Place of Reeds'.
    The Council's mission is to build on their cultural diversity, to improve their natural and built environment, and to respond to changing community needs and expectations.

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  • Kogarah Municipal Council Statement of Commitment - Signatory

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