Various powers and authorities are delegated by Council and the CEO to assist in the efficient running of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Under Section 5.42 and 5.44 of the Local Government Act 1995
, the City is required to keep and maintain:
A CEO Delegations Register which documents delegations from the Council to the CEO under the Local Government Act 1995 and other relevant Acts, Regulations and Local Laws.
A Staff Delegations Register which documents delegations from the CEO to various employees within the City.
A register is kept of all letters of authority which is available for viewing by contacting the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
The City maintains gift registers in accordance with the Local Government Act 1995 and associated Regulations.
The Gifts Register contains disclosures of gifts made by Councillors and the Chief Executive Officer, who are required to disclose gifts, received in their official capacity, valued over $300 or are two or more gifts with a cumulative value over $300 (where the gifts are received from the same donor in a 12-month period).
The Notifiable Gifts Register contains disclosures of gifts made by City employees, who are required to disclose gifts valued between $50 and $300 or are two or more gifts with a cumulative value between $50 and $300 (where the gifts are received from the same donor in a 6-month period).
The City’s current gifts registers contain disclosures made since 20 October 2019. Disclosures made prior to that date are shown in the Former Gift Declaration Register and Former Travel Declaration Register.
The gifts registers are also available for viewing at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Administration Building during normal business hours, Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm.
The Local Government Act 1995 requires a Complaint Register be maintained. 5.121. Register of certain complaints of minor breaches
- (1) The complaints officer for each local government is required to maintain a register of complaints which records all complaints that result in a finding under section 5.110(2)(a) that a minor breach has occurred.
- (2) The register of complaints is to include, for each recorded complaint -
- (a) the name of the council member about whom the complaint is made; and
- (b) the name of the person who makes the complaint; and
- (c) a description of the minor breach that the standards panel finds has occurred; and
- (d) details of the action taken under section 5.110(6).
- (3) The CEO must publish an up to date version of the register of complaints on the local government’s official website.