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What does ALGA stand for?

ALGA stands for Australian Local Government Association

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His Directorships and political representation have included: - Chair of the NSW Local Government Superannuation; - Director of Chifley Financial Services; - Director of Hawkesbridge Private Equity; - President of the Local Government Association of New South Wales (of which he is now Patron); - President of the Australian Local Government Association and Director; and - Member of the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) and a member of numerous Ministerial Councils.
2) If you take a look at it, you will find that there was a total 387 submissions, including from the Australian Library and Information Association, Friends of Libraries Australia, Mackay Regional Council Libraries, the Joint Use Libraries Association, Public Libraries Australia, Public Libraries NSW Metropolitan Association, Public Libraries SA, State Library of WA, and the Western Australian Local Government Association.
Local action groups, the Sutherland Council, the Senate Economic References Committee and the Australian Local Government Association have all called for further review of the reactor proposal.
Local Government Minister Simon Crean today congratulated Ms Felicity-ann Lewis, on her appointment as National President of the Australian Local Government Association (ALGA).
3 The Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) and state local government associations embed in relevant policy statements and strategies, advice to local government authorities on the capacity-building of their public library services in the educational, literacy and reading development of babies, children, young people and families in their communities.
Opponents to the reactor have gained the support of the Australian Local Government Association, which is calling for a Royal Commission into the irregularities in the assessment and approval processes for ANSTO's plan.