Comparative Information on New South Wales Local Government Councils 1999/2000
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The material contained in this publication is based upon information drawn from a variety of sources. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, the Division of Local Government expressly disclaims any liability to any person in respect of anything done or not done as a result of the contents of the publication or the data provided.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|Summary of NSW Results for 1999/00
|Accountability to the
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|Profile of Councils
|Charts and Tables
|Domestic Waste Management and Recycling Services
|Water Supply Services
|Planning and Development Services
|Environmental Management and Health Services
|Recreation and Leisure Services
The source data used to compile the Key Performance Indicators for the 1999/00 publication and preceding two years is available. For example, the Average Rate per Residential Assessment for each council is calculated by dividing the Total Ordinary Residential Rates Revenue for that council by the Number of Rateable Residential Properties in that council area. This source data is available for each Key Performance Indicator. The data is in an Excel workbook and is presented in 6 sheets including the 3 years prior to the current publication. The sheets are labelled "1994-95 DATA", "1995-96 DATA", "1996-97 DATA", "1997-98 DATA", "1998-99 DATA" and "1999-00 DATA". Within each sheet, data is arranged in columns for each performance indicator (ie including the numerators and denominators used to calculate the indicator where applicable). The data is sorted in alphabetical order by council name and includes the Australian Classification of Local Government category details in order to reproduce the tables in the publication.
CAUTION: questions and definitions of some questions do change from time to time. While changes are noted at the top of the appropriate tables it is recommended that the data be analysed in conjunction with the publication. Councils can and do make alterations to their data that appear in the previous years. A number of councils have amalgamated recently. Please refer to page 16 of the Comparative Information on NSW Local Government Councils - 1999/00 for further details and treatment of data.
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The material contained in this publication is based upon information drawn from a variety of sources. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this publication, the Department of Local Government expressly disclaims any liability to any person in respect of anything done or not done as a result of the contents of the publication or the data provided.