Wagga council's referendum for popularly elected mayor comes with big bill

Daina Oliver
By Daina Oliver
Updated November 24 2020 - 7:06am, first published 5:04am
A resident casts their vote at the local government elections.

A VOTE to potentially change the way the mayor is elected in Wagga could cost ratepayers an additional $100,000 at next year's council election.

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Daina Oliver

Daina Oliver

Digital journalist

Daina Oliver is digital journalist based in Launceston. She was previously a local government reporter at The Daily Advertiser and The Wimmera Mail-Times after joining ACM in 2017. She is originally from Whyalla, South Australia, and graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2016 with a Bachelor of Media with a specialisation in journalism. Got stories? Get in touch. daina.oliver@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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