Bendigo council lags in satisfaction rating after council launches audit
A Bendigo council is lagging behind on satisfaction ratings of major business bodies after it launched an audit.
The city’s chief financial officer’s review has identified the department failed to conduct due diligence, the council said.
The audit also found the budget was “undervalued” by $13 million.
Bendigo Deputy Mayor Mike Johnson has asked the Independent Commission Against Corruption to launch an investigation into the situation.
“It’s our hope that this will be enough to cause the matter to move on, and we’ll be keeping everyone up to date on that and we’ll continue to work with council as well as all other agencies who are 광주안마monitoring it,” he said.
“These reviews will be conducted by independent bodies like ours 카지노 게임but they’ll report back and will make recommendations of what might need to change.”
Mayor Steve Wright is hopeful that by now his party will be a significant party in the state parliament.
“We’re in talks right now with several, if not all, of the major organisations in Queensland, the Northern Territory, Western Australia – we’ll take a look at the report,” he said.
“We’re hopeful the report that’s going to be released will make a significant difference to our legislative position or whatever we might want to do.
“They have a responsibility and we understand that and so what they’ve done has taken out an audit of the city of Bendigo that they’v코인 카지노e obviously very much wanted to.
“But we’re doing what we can to hold them to account and that’s what I don’t want to do as mayor, that’s what the other members of our parliament will do as well.”
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