The Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) is the peak body that represents local government across the State. The MAV represents the interests of local government and advocates on behalf of local councils within Victoria.
The MAV holds two State Council meetings each year, where Councils are able to propose motions and debate the direction of the organisation. This session Maroondah proposed eight motions, of which six were supported by a majority of representatives.
Motions adopted at the MAV State Council meeting help shape the direction of the organisation, with the MAV being responsible for the implementation of these items.