Mayor Quilliam nominated for president

LGAT. Circular Head Council voted unanimously to nominate Mayor Daryl Quilliam for the position of both member and president of the Local Government Association of Tasmania. Mayor Quilliam currently holds the position of vice president of the General Management Committee of the LGAT. Councillor John Oldaker announced his nomination at Thursday’s meeting which was seconded …

1 year ago

LGAT meeting

Update. Circular Head Council’s stance on land hand-backs was not supported by other councils in the state at the Local Government Association of Tasmania meeting last Wednesday. The council put forth a motion asking the state government not to proceed with land hand-backs or dual naming without consulting local communities first. Rationale included concerns of …

3 years ago

Councillors’ count

At last count, Circular Head Council’s nine new councillors – including mayor and deputy mayor – are listed below. All results are provisional and subject to recheck, and preference distribution. Mayor: Daryl Quilliam, with 55.08 per cent of votes Deputy Mayor: Jan Bishop, with 32.6 per cent of votes. Councillors, in order of most first-preference …

4 years ago
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Polls close Tuesday

Vote. More than 2000 locals have already voted in the Local Government Election, placing their preferences on who they want as the voice of their community. At last count on Tuesday, 2170 of Circular Head’s 5527 voters had returned their ballots papers, ranking Circular Head 10th of 29 councils by percentage, in votes returned to date. …

4 years ago

Meet the Candidates

Council. Circular Head Council’s 15 candidates were announced on Tuesday, giving voters time to meet them before the local government election in the coming weeks. Only nine spots are available around the table, including the seat of mayor and deputy mayor. Next Tuesday, residents have the opportunity to meet those who hope to represent the region …

4 years ago

Post your vote

Say. You have the chance to shape your council, and in turn your community. That is the sentiment Circular Head Council general manager Tony Smart wants to reinforce within the community in the lead up to this year’s local government election. In October, those enrolled to vote have the opportunity to pick their choice of nine …

4 years ago

Ready for top job

Council. Deputy Mayor John Oldaker is ready to take the next step. The 65-year-old will stand for the Mayor’s role at the upcoming Local Government Elections: at this stage up against Mayor of seven years, Daryl Quilliam. “It’s time for a change,” Cr Oldaker said. “I’m giving the community that opportunity. “The seat hasn’t been …

4 years ago
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Update voting enrolment

Reminder. With Local Government Elections on in October, now is the time to ensure enrolments are up to date. If you are currently on the electoral roll, you are automatically on the Local Government roll for the municipal area (council) in which your enrolled address is located. You are also eligible to be on the …

4 years ago

Mayor to run for presidency

LGAT. Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam believes the region can only benefit if a representative is elected on the Local Government Association of Tasmania. That is why for the past two years he has sat as the vice-president, and as a result been on the Australian Local Government Association board. Now, he is ready to …

4 years ago