LGAQ

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LGAQLocal Government Association of Queensland
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In particular, we have worked closely with LGAQ during the consultation period, and this will help inform the final plans when they are released.
For its part, the LGAQ has recently hired a senior trade and investment advisor to work with the States 77 local councils and with TIQ.
Finally, the literature review conducted by KMMC (2005) for the LGAQ argued in favour of shared services on the basis of theoretical conjecture and a review of related research.
The LGAQ does consult widely and listening is our strong suit, but decisions for the good of all members and decisions for the future do have to be made.
As the peak body, LGAQ is responsible for setting agendas in leadership, industrial relations, and public policy matters.
We have worked closely alongside local councils and the LGAQ to make sure this is a program dedicated to creating and supporting jobs in the regions and it has done exactly that.
We are very pleased to be able to further develop our longstanding relationship with the LGAQ and the states 77 local councils in the interests of regional businesses in particular, Mr Pitt said.
That input has successfully identified key details that we will address with LGAQ during the implementation of this scheme.
7 July 2016 LGAQ appeal to the Supreme Court for judicial review of the Ministerial request.
The LGAQ is in the process of contacting all eligible councils to discuss the program, help them with their project proposals and address any queries, Mrs de Wit said.
LGAQ is a top body for local government in the state and counts 77 local councils as its members.
Greg Hallam, LGAQ head said most councils, including those from the resource sector, would not sign up for the deal even at risk of losing Royalties to the Regions financing.