PROPOSAL: Deputy Mayor Cr Tom Antonio welcomes any live-streaming of council meetings.
A huge audience of ratepayers could tap into live telecasts of Whyalla City Council debates under a plan to be discussed on Monday.
Deputy Mayor Cr Tom Antonio will move that live-streaming be introduced of monthly meetings.
His notice of motion is outlined in the council agenda for Monday.
He calls for council to “commission the installation required for live-streaming for all council meetings that are held once a month”.
Meanwhile,Cr RickSantucci will move a recommendationrelating to a meeting on October 17 entitled Mayor’s Future Meetings.
The decision was then that in the future, Mayor Lyn Breuer tell all councillors ofmeetings that she may have with dignitaries and politicians right across the boardto have a more open, transparent, cohesive council.
Cr Santucci wants to rescind this decision.
In another notice of motion, Cr Colin Carter will movethat the council instructs acting chief executive officer Migelle Hiscockto procure prices from suitable consultants for the purpose of conducting an efficiency and economy audit on the council and present a report to the December meeting.
The scope of the audit wouldinclude:
*Havealternative means of service provision been considered for council’s services?
*Are sound and valid procurement procedures in place and being followed?
*Is the council employing the appropriate amount of resources at the appropriate time to ensure efficiency?
*Are proper resources being adequately maintained and protected?
*is there no (or minimal) duplication of work or unnecessary wasted effort?
*Have optimum resource levels been adequately identified?
*Are internal measures of efficiency and economy valid and appropriate?
*That the study be done beforethe appointment of a new chief executive officer and that theaudit be finalised and the report be presented at the Aprilmeeting or earlier,
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