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Today on the Roundup,
The new CEO of the MAV announced, while the City of Hobart CEO resigns - and that’s no coincidence;
Hateful behaviour condemned as another Rainbow event is postponed;
The government says no to resident requests for a monitor at a rural city;
A call for a long overdue increase to planning application fees;
Two South Australian councillors set to be removed from office;
NSW Local Government Minister accused of fighting against the sector;
A major US city tight lipped about a ransomware attack, ongoing for more than 4 weeks;
and much more ahead in the latest update from the Local Government News Roundup.
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