Validity of local government

Michelle Clifford made this Government Information (Public Access) request to Australian Local Government Association

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From: Michelle Clifford

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Dear Australian Local Government Association,

I am making an enquiry today into the validity of “Local Government”. According to local government “officers”, the local council’s authority is purportedly taken from the Local Laws Acts, Local Government Acts and the Australia Act 1986.
As I have read the Commonwealth Constitution, I have noted that it is indeed mentioned as a Department of State (page 935 Annotated version)
To date, there have been 3 referenda with which the people voted whether to recognise local government in the Constitution
1974 and 1988 The people said NO!
1999 As part of the Republic agenda which included recognising local government in the constitution, the people AGAIN said NO!
Can you confirm or deny that there exists lawful traceability back to the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution 1901? If there is, can you please provide me with this information. If there is not, why not?

Yours faithfully,
Mish

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From: Michelle Clifford

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Dear Australian Local Government Association,

By law, under all circumstances, the authority should have responded by now to my previous letter.

Yours faithfully,

Michelle Clifford

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Gregory King left an annotation ()

I have written to every council in NSW with a letter of demand to cease their illegal claim to be a 3rd tier of government as they have committed treason. The High Court Of Australia has ruled that The Australia Act 1986 to be void and illegal under the constitution section 128. This is the act that John Faye used to introduce the Local Government Act 1991. We the people need to charge both the state and federal governments with Treason

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Gregory King left an annotation ()

The state government sorry

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