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Proposed Minor Amendments to Local Laws


Gladstone Regional Council are seeking public feedback on the proposed Local Law and Subordinate Local Law amendments for Animal Management.
The purpose and general effect of the first amendment; Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No.1) 2014, is to provide for the registration of cats by imposing registration obligations on cat owners (currently within the state Animal Management (Cats & Dogs) Act 2008).
The purpose and general effect of the second amendment;  Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2014, is to supplement the cat registration regime contained in the amending local law.
Written submissions by any person in support of, or objecting to, the amending local law and/or the amending subordinate local law are invited for a 21 day period commencing on 7th June 2014 and ending on 30 June 2014 (the "consultation period").
Written submissions are to be addressed to The Chief Executive Officer and can be:

  • Hand delivered at any Gladstone Regional Council Office (during normal business hours) or
  • Mailed to Gladstone Regional Council at PO Box 29, Gladstone QLD 4680 or
  • Email info@gladstonerc.qld.gov.au .

All submissions must be in writing stating the grounds of the submission, supporting facts and circumstances and must be recieved on and before 30 June 2014.

Animal Management (Amendment) Local Law (No  1) 2014

Animal Management (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No 1) 2014

Public Notice - Proposed Minor Amendments to Local Laws