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AlburyCity is required under the Local Government Act 1993 to prepare an Annual Report which details its achievements with respect to the objectives and performance targets set out in its Management Plan.
The report also includes links to the State of the Environment and full financial reports.
AlburyCity Annual Reports
- 2015-2016 Annual Report
- 2014-2015 Annual Report
- 2013-2014 Annual Report
- 2012-2013 Annual Report
- 2011-2012 Annual Report
- Addendum to 2011-2012 Annual Report
- 2010-2011 Annual Report
- 2009-2010 Annual Report
- 2008-2009 Annual Report
- 2007-2008 Annual Report
- 2006-2007 Annual Report
- 2005-2006 Annual Report
AlburyCity Financial Reports
Council's audited statements and the auditor's report for the year ending 30 June and Council's general purpose financial results are summarised on the Financial Reports page.
Wonga Wetlands Conservation Association Annual Report
- WWCA Annual Report 2011-2012
- WWCA Financial and Directors Report 2011-2012
- WWCA Annual Report 2010-2011
- WWCA Financial and Directors Report 2010-2011
- WWCA Annual Report 2009-2010
- WWCA Financial and Directors Report 2009-2010
- WWCA Annual Report 2008-2009
- WWCA Financial and Directors Report 2008-2009
- WWCA Annual Report 2007-2008
- WWCA Financial and Directors Report 2007-2008
AlburyCity Comparative Information Report
The Comparative Information on NSW Local Government Councils highlights a set of consistent, meaningful indicators that show how well councils are performing across a range of activities and in the delivery of services.
When assessing or comparing the performance of councils, it is important to remember that local circumstances can influence how well a council provides its services. For example, it can be more difficult or more costly to provide certain services in some local government areas than in others and locational requirements may dictate delivery of a different mix of services. In some cases, councils may have made conscious decisions to provide lower or higher levels of services depending on local needs. It is also important to remember that the key performance indicators, when used on their own, do not give the full picture of a council's performance.
Although the figures contained in the reports show the differences between councils across a selection of specific activities, they do not explain why these differences have arisen. The figures are indicators only and conclusions should not be drawn without qualitative assessments being made. Source: NSW Office of Local Government