Purpose of the Joint Compliance Audit Committee:
A compliance audit committee makes decisions on applications for compliance audits of campaign finances for candidates and third party advertisers in a municipal election or by-election.
The committee also considers reports from municipal clerks that identify contributors who appear to have contravened election contribution limits.
Joint Committee for Grey County Municipalities
Section 88.37 of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 (MEA) requires all municipalities to establish a compliance audit committee of not fewer than three members and not more than seven members. The municipalities of Grey County are establishing a joint committee of members who will serve on retainer and from whom sub-committees (Sitting Committees) will be established to address each application for a compliance audit and each instance of identified over-contribution.
Term and Payment
The GCCAC will be established by October 1, 2018 and continue until 2022. Successful applicants will receive a retainer of $1000 for the four-year term which will include one mandatory training session and any preparation/review required.
If a Sitting Committee needs to convene, a per-meeting remuneration of $150 for meetings under 4 hours and $250 for meetings more than 4 hours (plus mileage) will also be provided.
For more information, the terms of reference for the GCCAC are available at www.greyvotes.ca.
Click here for the required application form or go to www.greyvotes.ca .A copy can also be obtained from the Municipal Clerk at City of Owen Sound, Municipality of Grey Highlands, Municipality of Meaford, Municipality of Township of Georgian Bluffs and Township of Southgate.
Completed applications can be submitted by September 7, 2018 to:
Heather Morrison, Clerk Grey County email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporation of the County of Grey
595 9th Ave East
Owen Sound Ontario N4K 3E3