The Kelledy Jones Regional CEO Forum saw more than 40 CEO’s from South Australia’s regional councils attend the annual forum held recently in Berri.
Roadside Services and Solutions sponsored the CEO dinner and listened to current topics of the day from leading industry representatives including:
Changes to the Essential Services Commission of South Australia.
A presentation from the new chair of the Behavioural Standards Committee.
ICAC Commissioner Hon Ann Vanstone KC.
Mayors from South Australia’s Town of Gawler Karen Redman; City of Mitcham’s Heather Holmes-Ross and City of West Torrens Michael Coxon provided their perspectives.
Three retired CEOs Jeff Tate, Tony Irvine and Colin Byles shared their stories and challenges.
A panel discussion shared views on how Essential Services Commission of South Australia reviews will or will not add value to South Australian Councils.
Roadside Services and Solutions was represented by Business Development Executives Kim Poole and Justin Angus as well as Civil Works Estimator Paul Mitchell at the annual Regional Forum dinner.
District Council of Karoonda East Murray CEO Martin Borgas said on the evening, each sponsor was invited for their moral and ethical alignment and contribution to the sector over many years.
Roadside Managing Director Craig Woods said he was proud of the more than 13 years Roadside has been serving and delivering to council communities across South Australia.
Council CEOs in attendance hailed from:
Mount Remarkable Council
Karoonda East Murray Council
Local Government Association
Tumby Bay Council
Flinders Ranges Council
Renmark Paringa Council
City of West Torrens
Yorke Peninsula Council
Copper Coast Council
Adelaide Plains Council
Streaky Bay Council
Wattle Range Council
Port Lincoln Council
Charles Sturt Council
Southern Mallee Council
Lower EP Council
Local Government Association Procurement (LGAP) South Australia
Berri Barmera Council
Local Government South Australia (LGA)
Coober Pedy Council
The Roadside team gave a 15 minute presentation at the dinner outlining some of the company’s recent works for councils across South Australia.