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Public Notice - Presentation of Financial Statements

as per Section 418 (3) of the Local Government Act.

In accordance with Section 418 (3) of the Local Government Act, 1993, Moree Plains Shire Council
advise that the Ordinary Council Meeting commencing at 4pm to be held on 22/11/18 will include the presentation of the Audited Financial Statements and the Auditor’s Reports for the year ending 30/6/2018.

View Moree Plains Shire Council Financial Statements for the year ended 30 June 2018

A summary of the Financial Statements is provided below

   2018  2017
 Income Statement    
 Total Income from Continuing Operations  68,900  67,264
 Total Expenses from Continuing Operations  54,125  56,574
 Operating Result from Continuing Operations  14,775  10,690
     
 Net Operating Result for the year  14,775 10,690
     
Net Operating Result before Grants and Contributions provided for Capital Purposes 2,283 3,806
     
Statement of Financial Position    
Total Current Assets  50,359  46,073
Total Current Liabilities  (25,111)  (13,842)
Total Non-Current Assets  514,323  525,448
Total Non-Current Liabilities  (35,533)  (49,962)
Total Equity  504,038  507,717
     
Other Financial Information    
Unrestricted Current Ratio (times)  1.13x  2.38x
Operating Performance Ratio (%)  6.8%  13.5%
Debt Service Cover Ratio (times)  4.45x  5.42x
Rates and Annual Charges Outstanding Ratio (%)  5.1%  6.35%
     
Infrastructure Renewals Ratio (%)  115.7%  114.86%
     
Own Source Operating Revenue Ratio (%)  66.2%  68.11%
Cash Expense Cover Ratio (months)  8.65 mths  8.3 mths
     

In accordance with Section 420 of the Local Government Act, 1993, any person may make a submission in
writing to Council with respect to the Council's Audited Financial Statements or the Auditor's Reports.

Copies of the audited Financial Statements and the Auditor's Reports may be inspected at:

Locations: Council Office: Level 2, Max Centre, Heber St, Moree
Moree Branch Library: Balo St Moree
Northern Area Office: TAFE Campus South St Boggabilla
Mungindi Office: 153 St George St Mungindi

Submissions close one week after the above Public Meeting has been held.

 

 

Council encourages community to support campaign for new hospital

Moree Plains Shire Council has welcomed the launch of a campaign by the Hon. Adam Marshall MP, Member for Northern Tablelands to secure funding for crucial upgrades at Moree Hospital, making the petition available at its Council offices. 

Mayor Cr Katrina Humphries demonstrated her strong support for Minister Marshall’s petition by being the first signatory on the petition and encouraged all community members to ensure that they also sign the petition.

“Health services are the lifeblood of rural and regional communities” she said.

“Without them we cannot provide for our existing population or attract new people to live in our area.

“Many of the hospitals within the New England North West have been or are currently in the process of upgrades, and a complete redevelopment of Moree’s hospital precinct is long overdue” she added.

Cr Humphries paid tribute to hardworking staff at the hospital, commenting "it's quite amazing the work that staff are doing under last century conditions," she said.

"We owe it to our community and our health workers to provide a modern, properly equipped hospital so that people can get the care they need locally rather than being forced to travel.”

Council is supporting the campaign for the redevelopment of the hospital precinct by providing copies of the petition at its customer service centres at the Max Centre, Boggabilla and Mungindi Customer Service offices and the Moree Big Sky Library. Additionally, residents can sign the petition at a Council hosted stand at the Jellicoe Park markets on Sunday 4 November 2018.

Mayor Humphries commented "our hospital is not just for Moree township, but services residents from all over the Shire and broader region”.

“We need to present a compelling case to the state government that the current standard is just not good enough for the Moree Plains, and every signature helps to do that.”

The petition is open until 30 November, 2018. 

 

 

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