Local government reform in South Australia

Llewellyn-Smith, Michael
January 1998
Public Management (00333611);Jan98, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p20
Presents South Australia's Port Adelaide Council and Enfield Council as the first two councils to amalgate under the reform legislation. Functions of the reform board; Performance standard criteria for local community; Board's use of a checklist of key questions.


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