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Minutes

Council Meeting

MAROONDAH CITY COUNCIL

Monday

16 October 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Council Meeting MINUTES                            2                                             16 October 2017

 

 

Minutes of the Council Meeting held in the Council Chamber, Braeside Avenue, Ringwood, on Monday 16 October 2017 at 7:30pm.

 

PRESENT

Cr Tony Dib, JP (Mayor)               Arrabri Ward

Cr Nora Lamont (Deputy Mayor)    Mullum Ward

Cr Kylie Spears                           Arrabri Ward

Cr Mike Symon                           Mullum Ward

Cr Marijke Graham                     Wyreena Ward

Cr Michael Macdonald                Wyreena Ward

Cr Rob Steane                            Wyreena Ward

 

Steve Kozlowski                         Chief Executive Officer

Marianne Di Giallonardo             Director Corporate Services

Andrew Fuaux                            Acting Director Planning & Community

Adam Todorov                            Acting Director Operations, Infrastructure &      Leisure

Stephen Onans                          Team Leader Governance

 

The Mayor welcomed Mr William (Bill) Wilkins, Freeman of the City of Maroondah and former Mayor and Councillor of the former City of Ringwood, who was in attendance in the Public Gallery

 

The prayer was read by Rev Marg Goddard, Ringwood Church of Christ

 

 

The Chief Executive Officer read the following Statement of Recording -

 

“Ladies & Gentlemen - Please note that this meeting is being recorded. All care is taken to maintain your privacy; however, as a visitor in the public gallery, your presence may be recorded. Also, unlike State and Federal Government, Local Government is not afforded the benefit of parliamentary privilege, for comments made during meetings that are subsequently determined to be slanderous.”

 

The Acknowledgement of Country was read by the Mayor.

Apologies

Cr Samantha Marks                   Mullum Ward (Leave of Absence)

Cr Paul Macdonald                     Arrabri Ward

Declaration of Interests

Cr Spears          In Camera Item 1 – Tender Evaluation -– Contract 20849 Sport and Recreation Planning Consultant Services

                          Reason: Cr Spears is President of Melbourne East Netball Association

 

 

 

 

 

Confirmation of MinuTes

 

Moved Cr M Macdonald, Seconded Cr Steane                                               135/17

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on Monday, 18 September 2017 be confirmed.

Carried

 

PUBLIC QUESTION TIME

 

Question: Resident Mrs Janice Pope

Melview Drive between Terrigal and Warrandyte Roads includes school bus traffic and has seen traffic triple in the past 50 years and is a speedway. There are no speed humps or traffic islands and traffic is seen travelling on the wrong side of the road. Why has this area been bypassed by Council compared to new estates?

 

Response: Adam Todorov - Acting Director Operations, Infrastructure and Leisure

“Traffic studies have been undertaken in this area in recent years, with the results indicating that traffic is generally travelling at speeds that are at or below the default 50km/h speed limit.

To manage the safe movement of traffic through the Melview Drive / Leslie Grove intersection, a concrete splitter island will be installed at this location. This will be of particular benefit during peak times when the traffic is at its greatest volume.

This project has been referred to Council’s Local Area Traffic Management capital works program for funding prioritisation and future construction, which is not likely, based on current competing priorities, to occur within the next few years. Council’s Engineers review the priorities associated with this program on an annual basis, and will communicate any changes to the priority to Mrs Pope accordingly.”

 

Question: Resident Mrs Janice Pope

The intersections of Dickson Crescent and Melview Drive with Warrandyte Road are dangerous. I give Council and Vic Roads 18 months before a vehicle drives into the commonwealth bank or into the Japanese restaurant or someone is killed or seriously injured. Why can't the pedestrian lights be moved and made into traffic lights to deal with the huge increase of traffic and congestion in and out of Dickson Crescent and Melview Drive? I haven't seen anyone monitoring those corners at peak times or on the weekends for years.

 

Response: Adam Todorov  - Acting Director Operations, Infrastructure and Leisure

“Both Warrandyte Road, as an arterial road, and the traffic signals, which are a Major Traffic Control Item, are the responsibility of VicRoads.

As such Council will arrange to forward this issue to VicRoads for investigation and response.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Officers’ Reports

 

Chief Executive Officer

 

Eastern Regional Group of Councils (ERG) Governance and
Strategic Plan 2018-2020                                                                                          ITEM 1

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Spears                                                           136/17

 

That Council

1.       endorses the draft Strategic Plan 2018-2020 and proposed governance arrangements for the eastern regional group of councils (erg)

2.       authorises the chief executive officer to execute the formal regional agreement in the form of attachment 4 to this Council Report.

 

Carried

 

Director Corporate Services

 

Attendance Report                                                                                                  ITEM 1

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Steane                                                           137/17

 

That COUNCIL RECEIVES AND NOTES THE REPORTS AS PRESENTED BY

COUNCILLORS

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to their reports – Crs Dib, Lamont, Symon, Steane, Spears,

M Macdonald, Graham

 

 

Cr Tony Dib (Mayor)

 

20/09          Maroondah Leader Media Briefing

21/09          Open House Viewing of Revamped Multiservice Centre in Boronia

21/09          The Footmen Foundation Annual Footy Finals Lunch at Karralyka

21/09          Heathmont Interchurch Help General Meeting

23/09          Eastern Football League 2017 Grand Final Lunch

24/09          Run Maroondah at HE Parker Reserve

27/09          Australian Citizenship Ceremony at Karralyka

30/09          Croydon Cinema Grand Final Screening

03/10          International Day of Older Persons Lunch at Kerrabee

04/10          Maroondah Leader Media Briefing

05/10          Ringwood Art Society Opening

06/10          Night of Light Event at Realm

10/10          Formal Opening of the Sage Hotel

01/10          Visit to Ringwood Uniting Church Pre-School

13/10          Meeting at MVC Boxing Club Ringwood

13/10          Meeting with Mr Frank Sullivan from Ringwood Spiders Football Club

16/10          Presentation to ‘Nude Food Challenge’ Winner - Yarra Road Primary School                   Students

 

 

Cr Nora Lamont (Deputy Mayor)

 

19/09          ‘Matchworks and The Cellar Door’ - Celebrating an Evening of Disability                          Employment Opportunity

23/09          Norwood Sporting Club 2017 Presentation Night

05/10          Ringwood Art Society Opening

06/10          ‘Night of Light’ Event at Realm

10/10          Mullum Ward Councillors Public Consultation: 13 & 14 McKay Court, Ringwood

 

 

Cr Mike Symon

 

20/09          Australian Institute of Company Directors Course - Day 3

21/09          Open House Viewing of Revamped Multiservice Centre in Boronia

24/09          Run Maroondah at HE Parker Reserve

27/09          Australian Institute of Company Directors Course - Day 4

27/09          Australian Citizenship Ceremony at Karralyka

03/10          International Day of Older Persons Lunch at Kerrabee

04/10          Australian Institute of Company Directors Course - Day 5

05/10          Ringwood Art Society Opening

06/10          ‘Night of Light’ Event at Realm

10/10          Formal Opening of the Sage Hotel

10/10          Site Inspection for Public Consultation Meeting

10/10          Meeting with Resident - Giana Court, Ringwood North

10/10          Mullum Ward Councillors Public Consultation: 13 & 14 McKay Court, Ringwood

11/10          Heatherdale Community Action Group Meeting

 

 

Cr Rob Steane

 

20/09          Wyreena Ward Public Consultation: 2 Astor Court, Kilsyth

27/09          Australian Citizenship Ceremony at Karralyka

05/10          Ringwood Art Society Opening

09/10          Maroondah Community Safety Committee Meeting

10/10          Formal Opening of the Sage Hotel

12/10          Wyreena Ward Councillors - Croydon Main Street Traders Annual General                     Meeting

Cr Steane drew attention to this meeting being the last Council Meeting in the current Mayoral term and extended his appreciation to the Mayor, Cr Dib, and Deputy Mayor, Cr Lamont, for the contributions they have made in meeting the many challenges that have arisen over the past twelve months.

 

 

Cr Kylie Spears

 

21/09          Disability Advisory Committee Meeting

21/09          The Footmen Foundation Annual Footy Finals Lunch at Karralyka

21/09          Heathmont Inter Church Help General Meeting

03/10          International Day of Older Persons Lunch at Kerrabee

04/10          City of Wellbeing Steering Committee Meeting

05/10          Eastern FM Radio Broadcast

05/10          Ringwood Art Society Opening

09/10          Meeting with The Hon Michael Sukkar MP

10/10          Formal Opening of the Sage Hotel

11/10          HE Parker Multipurpose Complex follow up Meeting

13/10          Lipscombe Park Kindergarten Special 50th Birthday Event

 

 

Cr Michael Macdonald

 

20/09          Wyreena Ward Public Consultation: 2 Astor Court, Kilsyth

21/09          Eastern Transport Coalition Meeting

27/09          Australian Citizenship Ceremony at Karralyka

 

 

Cr Marijke Graham

 

20/09          Public Consultation: Astor Court Kilsyth

24/09          Run Maroondah at HE Parker Reserve

27/09          Australian Citizenship Ceremony at Karralyka

04/10          City of Wellbeing Steering Committee Meeting

06/10          ‘Night of Light’ Event at Realm

10/10          Formal Opening of the Sage Hotel

12/10          Wyreena Ward Councillors - Croydon Main Street Traders Annual General                     Meeting

13/10          Lipscombe Park Kindergarten Special 50th Birthday Event

 

 

Cr Paul Macdonald (submitted prior to the meeting)

 

21/09          The Footmen Foundation Annual Footy Finals Lunch at Karralyka

21/09          South Croydon Football Club Training & Dinner

23/09          South Croydon 1st Division Football Grand Final

24/09          Run Maroondah at HE Parker Reserve

 

 

Reports of Assembly of Councillors                                                             ITEM 2

Moved Cr Spears, Seconded Cr M Macdonald                                               138/17

 

THAT COUNCIL RECEIVES AND NOTES THE PUBLIC RECORD OF THE ASSEMBLY OF COUNCILLORS BRIEFINGS HELD ON 18 September 2017 and 2 October 2017

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion – Crs M Macdonald, Dib

 

Additional time was granted to Cr M Macdonald to speak with the leave of the Chair.

 

 

 

Councillor Representation Reports                                                              ITEM 3

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Spears                                                           139/17

 

That COUNCIL RECEIVES AND NOTES MINUTES OF THE Maroondah Disability Advisory Committee HELD ON 21 september 2017

 

Carried

 

 

Sale of land at rear of 26 Bridget Court Warranwood to
the owners of 26 Bridget Court Warranwood                                           ITEM 4

Moved Cr Steane, Seconded Cr Graham                                                           140/17

 

That Council acting under section 189 of the local government act 1989 (‘THe act’) resolves that:

1.       the statutory procedures be commenced to the sale of the land at the rear of 26 bridget court warranwood, as depicted in the attachments 1 & 2 of this report

2.       Public notice be given in accordance with sections 189, 207A and 223 of the act and with council policy; such notice to state that council proposes to sell the land to the owners of 26 bridget court warranWood for market value;

3.       in accordance with section 223 of the acT:

i.        a committee comprising councillors GRAHAM, M MACDONALD AND STEANE be appointed to hear any person wishing to be heard in support of their submission, on a date to be determined;

ii.       considers all written submissions, including a written report on the proceedings of any committee hearing conducted, following which it shall determne whether to sell the land as proposed; and

iii.      the director corporate services be authorized to undertake the administrative procedures necessary to enable council to carry out its functions under section 223 of the act in relation to this matter;

4.       should no submissions be received, council further resolves that:

i.        having followed all the required statutory procedures pursuant to section 189, 207a and 223 of the act, and agrees to sell the land comprising lot 5 on plan of subdivision 610395W to the owners of 26 bridget court warranwood for market value;

ii.       Yarra Valley water be granted an easement over its asset as a condition of sale of lot 5 on plan of subdivision 610395W

5.       the chief executive officer, or any other person with the necessary delegation, sign any transfer of the land and any other documents required to be signed in connection with the sale of land to the owners of 26 bridget court warranwood

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion – Cr Steane

 

 

Sale of discontinued right of way (DROW) at 40A Cuthbert
Street Heathmont to the owners in Hardy Crescent,
Waterloo Street and Cuthbert Street Heathmont                                  ITEM 5

Moved Cr Spears, Seconded Cr Lamont                                                           141/17

 

 

That council acting under section 189 of the local government act 1989 (‘The act’) resolves that:

1.       The statutory procedures be commenced to the sale of the discontinued right of way at 40a cuthbert street heathmont, as depicted in attachments 1 & 2 of this report

2.       public notice be given in accordance with sections 189, 207A and 223 of the act and with council policy; such notice to state that council proposes to sell the land to the owners of hardy crescent, waterloo street, and cuthbert street for market value

3.       in accordance with section 223 of the act:

i.        a committee comprising councillors Dib, p macdonald, k spears, be appointed to hear any persons wishing to be heard in support of their submission, on a date to be determined;

ii.       considers all written submissions, including a written report on the proceedings of any committee hearing conducted, following which it shall determine whether or not to sell the land as proposed; and

iii.      the director corporate services be authorized to undertake the administrative procedures necessary to enable council to carry out its functions under section 223 of the act in relation to this matter;

 

 

 

 

4.       should no submissions be received, council further resolves that:

i.        having followed all the required statutory procedures pursuant to section 189, 207a and 223 of the act, land comprising of lot 1 and lot 3 on plan of subdivision 801426y be sold to the owners of hardy crescent, waterloo street and cuthbert street for market value

ii.       council and yarra valley water be granted an easement over its assets and future assets as a condition of sale of lot 1 and lot 3 on plan of subdivision 801426y

5.       the chief executive officer, or any other person with the necessary delegation, sign any transfer of the land and other documents required to be signed in connection with the sale of land to the owners of hardy crescent, waterloo street and cuthbert street heathmont

 

Carried

 

 

Sale of discontinued right of way (DROW) at the rear of 2-42
Grey Street Ringwood East to the owners of Grey Street
and Eastfield Road Ringwood East                                                                   ITEM 6

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Lamont                                                             142/17

 

That Council acting under section 189 of the local government act 1989 (‘the act’) resolves that:

1.       the statutory procedures be commenced to the sale of the discontinued right of way between 2-42 grey street ringwood east, as depicted in attachments 1 & 2 of this report

2.       public notice be given in accordance with sections 189, 207A and 223 of the act and with council policy; such notice to state that council proposes to sell the land to the owners of Grey street and eastfield road ringwood east for market value

3.       in accordance with section 223 of the act:

i.        a committee comprising councillors lamont, and symon be appointed to hear any persons wishing to be heard in support of their submission, on a date to be determined;

ii.       considers all written submissions, including a written report on the proceedings of any committee hearing conducted, following which it shall determine whether or not to sell the land as proposed; and

 

 

iii.      the director corporate services be authorized to undertake the administrative procedures necessary to enable council to carry out its functions under section 223 of the act in relation to this matter.

4.       should no submissions be received, council further resolves that:

i.        having followed all the required statutory procedures pursuant to section 189, 207a and 223 of the act, land comprising of lot 1 and lot 3 on plan of subdivision 739652J be sold to the owners of grey street and eastfield road ringwood east for market value;

ii.       council and yarra valley water be granted an easement over their assets and future assets as a condition of sale of lot 1 and lot 3 on plan of subdivision 739652j

5.       the chief executive officer, or any other person with the necessary delegation, sign any transfer of land and other documents required to be signed in connection with the sale of land to the owners of grey street and eastfield road ringwood east

 

Carried

 

 

Rating Strategy Review 2018-2022                                                                       ITEM 7

Moved Cr Steane, Seconded Cr Spears                                                            143/17

 

That COUNCIL prepare a DRAFT RATING STRATEGY 2018-2022 for consideration at the november 2017 council meeting

 

Carried

 

 

Councillors Quarterly Expense and Reimbursement Report -
July to September 2017                                                                                            ITEM 8

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Graham                                                            144/17

 

That COUNCIL NOTES THE COUNCILLORS EXPENSE AND REIMBURSEMENT REPORT FOR JULY TO SEPTEMBER 2017

 

Carried

 

 

 

 

 

ACTING Director Operations, Infrastructure & Leisure

 

Maroondah Carols 2017                                                                                          ITEM 1

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Steane                                                           145/17

That COuncil

1.       APPROVES THE PROHIBITION of SMOKING DURING THE MAROONDAH CAROLS ON SATURDAY 2 DECEMBER 2017 BETWEEN 4.00PM AND 10.00 PM

2.       APPROVES THE PROHIBITION OF DOGS DURING THE MAROONDAH CAROLS ON SATURDAY 2 DECEMBER 2017 BETWEEN 4.00PM AND 10.00PM EXCEPT IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

i.        NORTON ROAD (FROM MT DANDENONG ROAD TO LEIGH ROAD)

ii.       CIVIC SQUARE

3.       PROMOTES INFORMATION REGARDING a SMOKE FREE EVENT AND the prohibition of DOGs ON ALL MAROONDAH CAROLS MARKETING MATERIAL PRIOR TO THE EVENT

 

Carried

 

ACTING Director Planning & Community

 

Formal Consideration of Annual Report 2016/17                                        ITEM 1

Moved Cr Spears, Seconded Cr M Macdonald                                               146/17

 

That COUNCIL

1.       FORMALLY ENDORSES THE MAROONDAH CITY COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT 2016/17

2.       NOTES THAT THE RELEVANT STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion – Cr Spears

 

 

Amendment C110 - 29 Bedford Road, Ringwood Heritage Overlay:
Panel Report and Adoption of Amendment                                                    ITEM 2

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Symon                                                             147/17

 

That council adopts amendment c110 in the attached form and submits it to the minister for planning for consideration and approval in accordance with the panel’s recommendation

Carried

 

 

Endorsement of Maroondah Health and Wellbeing Plan
2017-2021                                                                                                                          ITEM 3

Moved Cr Graham, Seconded Cr Spears                                                          148/17

 

THAT COUNCIL, HAVING CONSIDERED ALL SUBMISSIONS PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 223 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989

 

1.         NOTE The submissions on the MAroondah Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021

 

2.         AUTHORISE The Manager Integrated Planning to write to each submitter in accordance with section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 advising of the purpoSE of this Recommendation

 

3.         ADOPTS THE MAroondah Health and Wellbeing Plan 2017-2021

4.         PUBLISHES A PUBLIC NOTICE IN LOCAL PAPERS ADVISING OF THE ADOPTION OF THE mAROONDAH hEALTH AND wELLBEING pLAN 2017-2021

5.         FORWARDs A COPY OF THE mAROONDAH hEALTH AND wELLBEING pLAN 2017-2021 TO THE dEPARTMENT OF hEALTH AND hUMAN sERVICES

6.         AUTHORISEs OFFICERS TO ARRANGE FOR THE SUITABLE PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE maROONDAH heALTH AND wELLBEING pLAN 2017-2021 TO COMMUNITY GROUPS AND RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion – Cr Spears

 

 

Solar Savers Program: Declaration of Special Charge
Scheme for Solar Savers Households                                                           ITEM 4

Moved Cr Steane, Seconded Cr Graham                                                           149/17

 

That

1.       Council having complied with the requirements of sections 163A, 163B and 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 (“Act”), and otherwise according to law, hereby declares a Special Charge (“Special Charge”) under section 163 of the Act as follows:

i.        A special charge is declared for the period commencing on the day on which Council issues a notice levying payment of the special rate and concluding on the tenth anniversary of that day

 

ii.       The special charge be declared for the purpose of defraying any expense incurred by Council in relation to the provision of solar energy systems on residential properties participating in the Solar Saver scheme, which project:

-      Council considers is or will be a special benefit to those persons required to pay the special charge (and who are described in succeeding parts of this resolution); and

-      arises out of Council's functions of advocating and promoting proposals which are in the best interests of the community and ensuring the peace, order and good government of Council's municipal district

iii.      The total:

-      cost of performing the function described in paragraph 1(b) of this resolution be recorded as $49,787.09; and

-      amount for the special charge to be levied be recorded as $49,787.09, or such other amount as is lawfully levied as a consequence of this resolution

iv.      The special charge be declared in relation to all rateable land described in the table included as Attachment B to this report, in the amount specified in the table as applying to each piece of rateable land

v.       The following be specified as the criteria which form the basis of the special charge so declared:

        -      Ownership of any land described in paragraph 1(iv) of       this resolution

vi.      The following be specified as the manner in which the special charge so declared will be assessed and levied:

-      a special charge calculated by reference to the size of the solar energy system being installed and the particular costs of installation at each property participating in the Solar Saver scheme, in respect of which a Householder Agreement has been executed, totalling $49,787.09, being the total cost of the scheme to Council;

-      to be levied each year for a period of 10 years

 

 

 

vii.     Having regard to the preceding paragraphs of this resolution and subject to section 166(1) of the Act, it be recorded that the owners of the land described in paragraph 1(iv) of this resolution will pay the special charge in the amount set out in paragraph 1(vii) of this resolution in the following manner:

-      payment annually by a lump sum on or before one month following the issue by Council of a notice levying payment under section 163(4) of the Act; or

-      payment annually by four instalments to be paid by the dates which are fixed by Council in a notice levying payment under section 163(4) of the Act

2.       Council considers that there will be a special benefit to the persons required to pay the special charge because there will be a benefit to those persons that is over and above, or greater than, the benefit that is available to persons who are not subject to the proposed special charge, as a result of the expenditure proposed by the special charge, in that the properties will have the benefit of a solar energy system being installed

3.       Council, for the purposes of having determined the total amount of the special charge to be levied:

i.        considers and formally records that only those rateable properties included in the Solar Saver scheme as proposed will derive a special benefit from the imposition of the special charge, and there are no community benefits to be paid by Council; and

ii.       formally determines for the purposes of section 163(2)(a), (2A) and (2B) of the Act that the estimated proportion of the total benefits of the special charge to which the performance of the function or the exercise of the power relates (including all special benefits and community benefits) that will accrue as special benefits to the persons who are liable to pay the special charge is 100%

4.       Council directs that notice be given to all owners and occupiers of properties included in the Scheme and all persons who have lodged a submission and/or an objection in writing of the decision of Council to declare and levy the Special Charge, and the reasons for the decision. For the purposes of this paragraph, the reasons for the decision of Council to declare the Special Rate are that –

i.        there is no objection to the Scheme and it is otherwise considered that there is a broad level of support for the Special Charge from all property owners and occupiers;

 

 

ii.       Council considers that it is acting in accordance with the functions and powers conferred on it under the Local Government Act 1989, having regard to its role, purposes and objectives under the Act, particularly in relation to its functions of advocating and promoting proposals which are in the best interests of the community and ensuring the peace, order and good government of Council's municipal district

iii.      all persons who are liable or required to pay the Special Charge and the properties respectively owned or occupied by them will receive a special benefit of a solar energy system being installed at the property

5.       Where a Householder wishes to withdraw from the Scheme, Council agrees to such withdrawal where the Householder has given written notice of their desire to withdraw from the Scheme before Council has incurred any expenditure in relation to the Householder's solar PV system

6.       Council receive a further report on the Solar Saver project in 2018 following installation of solar systems at households

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion – Crs Graham, M Macdonald

 

 

Maroondah Business Advisory Committee                                                     ITEM 5

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Spears                                                           150/17

 

That council

1.       appoints the following business representatives for a period of three years (to october 2020) to the maroondah business advisory committee:

          edwina ricci (Croydon Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

          kerry atherton (Ringwood Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

          Mel Cook                                              ann gambetta

          simon fuller                                      michael cotton

          marcus young                                   linda kearley

          geoff daniel                                      steve edgerton

          robert lyon                            

 

2.       informs all applicants in writing of the status of their nominations and thanks nominees for their interest

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion – Cr Lamont

 

documents for sealing

Nil

motions to review

Nil

Late ItemS

Nil

Requests / Leave of Absence

CR DIB                                                                                                                                 Item 1

Moved Cr Steane, Seconded Cr Spears                                                            151/17

THAT CR DIB BE GRANTED A LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM 16 NOVEMBER 2017 TO 14 DECEMBER 2017, INCLUSIVE

Carried

 

In Camera

 

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Graham                                        152/17

THAT IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 89(2) OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989 COUNCIL RESOLVES TO MEET IN CAMERA AS THE MATTERS TO BE DISCUSSED MAY PREJUDICE THE COUNCIL OR SOME OTHER PERSON.

Carried

Council resolved that the following decisions be reflected in the minutes of the Open Forum.

 

 

 

 

ACTING Director Operations, Infrastructure and Leisure

 

Tender Evaluation - Contract 20849 Sport and Recreation
Planning Consultant Services                                                                           ITEM 1

THIS REPORT AND ALL DISCUSSIONS IN RELATION TO IT REMAINS CONFIDENTIAL INDEFINITELY AND THIS RESOLUTION REMAINS CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL THE EXECUTION OF THIS CONTRACT AT WHICH TIME THE RESOLUTION BE MADE PUBLIC, AND THAT THIS DECISION OF CONFIDENTIALITY BE REFLECTED IN THE MINUTES OF THE OPEN FORUM OF THIS MEETING

 

 

 

Tender Evaluation Report - Contract 20852 Heathmont Road Rehabilitation & LATM                                                                                                                                            ITEM 2

THIS REPORT AND ALL DISCUSSIONS IN RELATION TO IT REMAINS CONFIDENTIAL INDEFINITELY AND THIS RESOLUTION REMAINS CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL THE EXECUTION OF THIS CONTRACT AT WHICH TIME THE RESOLUTION BE MADE PUBLIC, AND THAT THIS DECISION OF CONFIDENTIALITY BE REFLECTED IN THE MINUTES OF THE OPEN FORUM OF THIS MEETING

 

 

 

 

The open forum closed at 8:33pm.

 

 

Confirmed ……………………………………..

 

 

Date ……………………………………………