The pending amalgamation of Willoughby Council with Mosman and North Sydney seems to have hit a snag. In court this week the judge found that information that the State Government relied in making their decision should be released to the Councils. However, before that occurs the information is to be given to the court. The Government has indicated it could take anything from a week to a month to gather the information.
Previously, Premier Baird had said that a final decision on the amalgamation would be made at 5 PM on Friday 3rd June.
It remains to be seen. What happens next?