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Plaque commemorates the first official meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council.
Victoria's Local Government reform began in 1993 when the State Government introduced legislation to combine more than 200 small local Councils into 78 larger Councils (now 79). Geelong was the first region to go through amalgamation. Six local Councils and part of a seventh (Barrabool) were formed into one large municipality called the City of Greater Geelong (18 May 1993).
|Address:||Gheringhap Street, City Hall, Geelong, 3220|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -38.147275|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Event STart Date:||30-March-1995|
|Actual Event End Date:||30-March-1995|
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||1994|
Greater Geelong City Council
This plaque commemorates the first official meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council consisting of the former municipalities City of Geelong, City of Geelong West, City of Newtown, City of South Barwon, Shire of Corio and Bellarine Rural City Council on 30 March 1995.
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