The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder proposes to make the Cat Amendment Local Law 2018.
The purpose of this local law is to amend the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Cat Local Law 2016 (Principal Local Law).
The effect of this local law is to amend clause 2.3(3) of the Principal Local Law (refer to the Cat Amendment Local Law 2017) by deleting the words “or until the local government withdraws the notice” and replacing them with the words “which shall not exceed 28 days”.
What does this actually mean?
- The Law currently says: "When a nuisance has occurred and a notice to abate the nuisance is given, the notice remains in force for the period specified by the local government on the notice or until the local government withdraws the notice."
- The City is proposing to amend the law to say: "When a nuisance has occurred and a notice to abate the nuisance is given, the notice remains in force for the period specified by the local government on the notice which shall not exceed 28 days."
- By amending the wording of the law, the intention is that a notice issued will not exceed 28 days.
Where is the information?
You can see a copy of the proposed local law, Local Law and Amended Local Law:
- By downloading the information from the quick links panel on this page
- Requesting a copy from the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Administration Office, 577 Hannan Street, Monday to Friday 8am-5pm
- Requesting a copy from the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Customer Service Centre Hannan Street Kalgoorlie 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday
- Requesting a copy from the William Grundt Memorial Library, 11 Roberts Street, Monday to Friday 9.30am-8pm, Saturday 9am-12 noon and Sunday 2pm-5pm
Where do I submit my feedback?
Written submissions about the proposed Amendment Local Law may be made to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, PO Box 2042, Boulder WA 6432 before 18 July 2018.