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Referenda

The Local Government Act 2000 includes a provision where at least 5% of the Local Government Electors for an area can petition the council to hold a referendum on the question of whether the council should have a directly elected Mayor.

For the year 1 December 2016 to 30 November 2017, the number of local government electors shown in the Register of Electors that is equal to 5% is 10,110 .

This is the number that will be used to determine the validity of any petitions presented to the council after 1 December 2016.

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