Residents across the Highlands will hit the polling booths on December 4 for the local government elections.
However the decision to postpone the local government election has left Wingecarribee Shire Council in a state of limbo as the council is under administration.
Goulburn MP, Mrs Wendy Tuckerman MP and Wollondilly MP Nathanial Smith, have urged the NSW Government to review the impact of the postponement on Wingecarribee Shire Council and to ensure that the suspended councillors are not returned to their roles.
"The community of Wingecarribee Shire Council do not want to see the suspended councillors return and undo the progress of administrator Viv May," Mrs Tuckerman said.
"We are working with the Local Government Minister, the Hon Shelley Hancock MP, to ensure that does not happen."
Mr Smith said interim administrator for Wingecarribee Shire Council, Viv May, had unshackled the potential of the region with his fresh and professional approach in just four months.
"The longer his administration continues, the more it stands in contrast to the suspended council's cronyism, dysfunction and ineptitude," he said.
"It's no wonder Duncan Gair is eager to urgently bring Mr May's appointment to an end."
According to a Frequently Asked Questions file on the Office of Local Government's website Wingecarribee Shire Council's suspension expires on September 10, 2021.
"Councillors who continue to hold their civic offices in that council will resume their offices from that date to December 4, 2021 when their civic offices expire," the statement reads.
Prospective candidates can find more information at the Office of Local Government website at www.olg.nsw.gov.au.
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