Council urged to find loophole in state taxi legislation

FIND A WAY: Campaigner Perri Rasmussen has collected 700 names on a petition in an attempt to lobby Mount Gambier City Council to retain its current taxi by-law.

THE future of the taxi system in the region continues to cause a stir throughout the community following announcements of the by-law lapse which is set to come into play early next year.

While the legislation that permitted council to make its current taxi by-law was repealed by State Parliament in March 2016, local resident Perri Rasmussen believes council should search for a loophole to replace the by-law and maintain its current licensing scheme.

The avid campaigner has collected over 700 names on a

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