Electors' Meetings

Annual General Meeting of Electors

The Annual General Meeting of Electors will be held on Monday, 30 January 2023 in the Undalup Room, 2 Southern Drive, Busselton (access from Causeway Road, Busselton). The purpose of this meeting is to consider the City of Busselton 2021/2022 Annual Report and the 2021-2022 Annual Financial Statements and any other business.

The City of Busselton 2021-2022 Annual Report is available for viewing at the City’s Administration Building, the Busselton and Dunsborough libraries and on the City’s website by clicking here

This meeting will be held at 5.30pm and all members of the public are encouraged to attend.

For further information, please contact Emma Heys, Governance Coordinator.

Email: emma.heys@busselton.wa.gov.au

Phone: 08 9781 1766

Members of the public can ask a question about any issue relating to the business of the City. Early submission of questions using this form, particularly complex questions, allows the City time to research and prepare a response. Electors must be present at the meeting to ask their question. If an Elector is not present to ask their question, it will be responded to administratively. The Presiding Member may nominate an Officer to answer the question or determine that any complex question requiring research be taken on notice and answered in writing.

Question Form_Annual General Meeting of Electors

Electors Meetings – General

The City of Busselton must hold a General Electors Meeting every financial year, as required by the Local Government Act 1995.

The City may select the day on which the General Electors Meeting will be held, as long it is no later than 56 days after the City has accepted the Annual Report for the previous financial year.

The matters to be heard at a General Electors Meeting are the contents of the Annual Report for the previous financial year and any other general business.

The Chief Executive Officer must provide 14 days’ notice of an Electors Meeting to the public and Councillors.

Electors Meetings – Special

The City of Busselton is to hold a Special Electors Meeting if requested by:

  • 100 electors or 5% of the number of electors (whichever is the lesser number); or
  • 1/3 of the number of Councillors.

A request for a Special Electors Meeting must:

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