The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) is reviewing the structure of wards and number of councillors in Bayside City Council to ensure fair and equitable representation for all voters.
Two options are being proposed following preliminary submissions from the local community and the VEC’s own research:
- Option A: seven councillors elected from three wards with adjustments to the current ward boundaries (one three-councillor ward and two two-councillor wards)
- Option B: seven councillors elected from three wards, retaining the current electoral structure and ward boundaries (one three-councillor ward and two two-councillor wards).
Read the report
Read the report online.
The report can also be viewed at council offices during business hours.
Copies can be requested by calling 131 832.
Visit the VEC website.
Call 131 832.
Have your say
You can have your say on the options in the report by making a submission to the VEC.
Submissions must reach the VEC by 5pm on Wednesday 11 September.
Submissions can also be made by email to email@example.com or post to the Victorian Electoral Commission, Level 11, 530 Collins Street, Melbourne 3000