COMMUNITY satisfaction with Moyne Shire Council’s performance has improved, but there’s still scope for more, according to the latest statewide review.
Its score in the Local Government Community Satisfaction Survey exceeded the state average for consultation, advocacy and council direction and surpassed the large rural shires average for overall performance. Moyne’s overall performance was 62 points compared with 59 last year and 57 in 2012.
Mayor James Purcell said it was pleasing to see a steady performance. “It is pleasing to see our score for consultation rise by three points and our score for local streets and footpaths rise by 10 points,” he said.
Other south-west councils are yet to release their results.