Council consider publishing rate payer funded paper in goulburn city council by the end of April 2014.
In response, we asked the council for advice on whether to publish the ratepayer funded rate payer paper. This response was provided by the council’s manager of communications, Helen Davies, on 16 September 2012.
As a response to this, we asked the council if there was a specific meeting in place where ratepayer funded rates paper could be published. We heard no such meeting, but as we understand this response was intended only as the city manager’s response to our request and not anything to do with the actual publishing of the ratepayer funded rate payer paper.
Our question to the council’s manager of communications was whether this should include a copy of the ratepayer funded rate payer paper (such as the current website, b우리카지노log posts or press releases).
What we 바카라found was, when we asked Helen Davies on 16 September 2012 whether it was acceptable for ratepayer funded rates paper to be published, she replied:
We are always open to the possibility of publishing all forms of ratepayer funded rates paper at the right time and the right place to keep the information clear and available.
Her response was that this should include a copy of the ratepayer funded rates paper.
Given that the rates paid by ratepayer funded rate payers vary by the customer depending on the nature of the interest rates paid, we asked Helen Davies if she was aware of any other government or non-government sources of statistics for the amount of interest rates charged to ratepayers by ratepayer funded rate payers, specific우리카지노ally any government statistics on ratepayer funded rates. She responded that it was “too early” to comment on this.
The council responded on 27 October 2012 by saying that it would publish the ratepayer funded rates paper on 31 March 2014.
We did not follow up with Helen Davies on 20 November 2012 about the timing of publication of this particular ratepayer funded rates paper.
We asked Helen Davies on 6 December 2012 if she was aware of any other government or non-government data for the amount of interest rates charged to ratepayers by ratepayer funded rate payers, specifically any government or non-government data on ratepayer funded rates and whether there were any other sources of information for this amount of interest rates charge. She replied that she would be happy to answer this by the end of the month.
However, the council’s response on this letter was to advise the media not to run the following item in its newspapers and web site