The Eyre Peninsula Local Government Association (EPLGA) is a unique organisation that represents the interests of local government in the Eyre Peninsula region of South Australia. EPLGA provides a forum for elected members and staff of local government to share information and ideas, and discuss issues affecting local government. The Association also provides advocacy and support services to its members.
EPLGA is a not-for-profit organisation that represents the interests of the 16 local government areas on the Eyre Peninsula. EPLGA provides a voice for local government on the peninsula and facilitates communication and cooperation between its members. It also works to promote the region and support economic development.
EPLGA provides a forum for the discussion and development of policy and governance issues, and advocates on behalf of its members to the State and Fed. This allows for the exchange of ideas and best practices, as well as a coordinated effort to improve the quality of life for all Georgians. EPLGA is also committed to working collaboratively with other organizations that share similar values and mission statements.
EPLGA has a strong voice when it comes to advocating on behalf of its members to State and Federal Governments. Infrastructure, regional development, and natural resources are just some of the many issues the organisation is actively engaged in.
EPLGA representatives attend State and Federal forums, provide input into relevant policy discussions and maintain an ongoing dialogue with key government officials. This ensures that the interests of ELPGA members are well represented in policy debates and decision-making processes. The work of the EPLGA is critical for the continued success of our members and their businesses.
EPLGA provide a forum for local government representatives to come together and discuss issues of common interest. EPLGA also lobbies on behalf of its members, working to ensure that the voices of local governments are heard at the state level. Membership in the EPLGA is open to all municipalities and counties in Eau Claire County.
EPLGA undertakes a range of activities on behalf of its members, including policy development, The organisation has a strong focus on providing excellent member services, communicating with members and promoting golf in the province.
One important way the EPLGA does this is by developing policies that help guide the sport in Newfoundland and Labrador. This includes policies related to governance, competition, facility development, membership and more. The EPLGA also engages with the government and other stakeholders to ensure that the interests of its members are well represented.
EPLGA is a representative body that consists of 10 member councils. These councils represent over 60% of the population of the Eyre Peninsula. EPLGA aims to provide a voice for all local government entities on the Peninsula and work together to achieve common goals. One such goal is to improve communication and cooperation between all levels of government. EPLGA also seeks to promote and advocate for the interests of the Eyre Peninsula region as a whole.
EPLGA is governed by a board made up of one representative from each member council. The board meets regularly to discuss the business of the association and make decisions that affect its members.
In addition to the board, the EPLGA has many committees that are responsible for specific areas of work. These committees are also made up of representatives from member councils.