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Minutes

Council Meeting

MAROONDAH CITY COUNCIL

Monday

20 May 2019

 

 

 

 

UNCONFIRMED MINUTES

It should be noted that these minutes are not in their final form until Council has formally resolved to confirm them.

These minutes will be presented to Council for confirmation on 24 June 2019.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Council Meeting MINUTES                            0                                                      20 May 2019

 

 

Minutes of the Council Meeting held in the Council Chamber, Braeside Avenue, Ringwood, on Monday 20 May 2019 at 7:30pm.

 

PRESENT

Cr Rob Steane (Mayor)                Wyreena Ward

Cr Kylie Spears (Deputy Mayor)     Arrabri Ward

Cr Tony Dib, JP                          Arrabri Ward

Cr Paul Macdonald                     Arrabri Ward

Cr Mike Symon                           Mullum Ward

Cr Nora Lamont                          Mullum Ward

Cr Marijke Graham                     Wyreena Ward

Cr Tasa Damante                       Wyreena Ward

 

Steve Kozlowski                         Chief Executive Officer

Marianne Di Giallonardo             Director Corporate Services

Phil Turner                                  Director Strategy & Community

Adam Todorov                            Director Operations, Assets & Leisure

Andrew Fuaux                            Director Development & Amenity

Chloe Messerle                           Governance Officer

 

 

The Chief Executive Officer read the following Statement of Recording -

 

“Ladies & Gentlemen - Please note that this meeting is being recorded and streamed live on the internet. All care is taken to maintain your privacy; however, as a visitor in the public gallery, your presence may be recorded.”

 

The prayer was read by Pastor Paul Joy and Student Emma from Yarra Valley Grammar.

 

The Acknowledgement of Country was read by the Mayor.

 

The Mayor also acknowledged National Reconciliation Week, which runs from the 27 May - 3 June 2019. This year’s theme is ‘Grounded in Truth, Walk Together with Courage.’

Apologies

Cr Samantha Mazzuchelli           Mullum Ward

 

Declaration of Interests

Nil

Confirmation of MinuTes

 

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Spears                                                             53/19

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on Monday, 29 April 2019 be confirmed

Carried

 

PUBLIC QUESTION TIME

Nil

Officers’ Reports

 

Director Corporate Services

 

Attendance Report                                                                                                  ITEM 1

Moved Cr Dib, Seconded Cr Macdonald                                                              54/19

 

That COUNCIL RECEIVES AND NOTES THE REPORTS AS PRESENTED BY

COUNCILLORS

 

Carried

 

Councillors who spoke to their reports - Crs Steane, Spears, Symon, Macdonald, Lamont, Graham, Dib and Damante

 

 

Cr Steane

 

30/04          Meeting at Heathmont College to discuss Sporting Facilities

01/05          EV’s (Youth Centre) Federal Labor Funding Announcement

02/05          Introductory Meeting with Victorian Senator Raff Ciccone

02/05          Wyreena Ward Councillors - Planning consultation: 15 View Street, Croydon

03/05          Eastern Regional Group (ERG) of Mayors, Councillors and CEO's Meeting at                 Realm

03/05          ‘Mirror Image’ VIP Exhibition Preview Event and Meet the Artist (Mr Ross Manning) ArtSpace at Realm

08/05          Wyreena Resident Session for the Draft Landscape Plan at The Arts Lounge,                 Wyreena

09/05-10/5 Local Government Safe Cities Network Meeting

09/05          Media Event at Local Government Safe Cities Network Meeting

10/05          Federal Deakin Liberal Funding Announcement

13/05          HE Parker name unveiling ‘Maroondah Nets’ Media Event

13/05          Site Visit to Maroondah Nets

14/05          Maroondah Business Group ‘Meet the Candidates’

14/05          Bi-Monthly Meeting with Mr Jackson Taylor MP, Member for Bayswater

15/05          Hearing of Budget & Council Plan Submissions, Council Chamber Ringwood

16/05          Lighting Projects Completion Events - Croydon Town Park & Belmont Park

17/05          Melbourne Eastern Netball Association (MENA) ‘Welcome Home’ Event at                      Maroondah Nets

18/05          Croydon Pavilion Redevelopment Official Opening

 

Cr Steane also provided a Powerpoint Presentation, highlighting events that he has attended as part of Council’s work with our Federal Candidates in the lead up to the Federal Election being held on Saturday 18 May 2019.

 


 

 

Cr Spears

 

30/04          Meeting with Resident in Ringwood

01/05          EV’s (Youth Centre) Federal Labor Funding Announcement

01/05          All Stars Choir Rehearsal in Ringwood

01/05          HE Parker Multi Sports Complex - Operational Meeting

03/05          HE Parker Meeting

03/05          Eastern Regional Group (ERG) of Mayors, Councillors and CEO's Meeting at                 Realm

03/05          ‘Mirror Image’ VIP Exhibition Preview Event and Meet the Artist (Mr Ross Manning) ArtSpace at Realm

04/05          Exhibition Opening of ‘Mirror Image’ ArtSpace at Realm

04/05          Comedy Festival Roadshow at Karralyka Centre

11/05          Heathmont Football & Netball ‘Pink Day’ at HE Parker Reserve

13/05          Site Visit to Maroondah Nets

14/05          Discover the people behind the Deakin Candidates Event at Bramleigh Estate organised by Maroondah Business Group

15-17/05     Australian Local Government Women’s Association (ALGWA) National                            Conference, New South Wales

17/05          Melbourne Eastern Netball Association (MENA) ‘Welcome Home’ Event at                      Maroondah Nets

 

 

Cr Symon

 

01/05          EV’s (Youth Centre) Federal Labor Funding Announcement

02/05          Eastern FM Radio Broadcast

03/05          Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) Board Meeting

03/05          ‘Mirror Image’ VIP Exhibition Preview Event and Meet the Artist (Mr Ross Manning) ArtSpace at Realm

09/05          Metro Local Government Waste Forum (MLGW Forum)

11/05          Ringwood City Soccer Club ‘President's Lunch’ Function

13/05          Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) Audit & Risk Committee Induction

13/05          Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) Audit Committee Meeting

13/05          Site Visit to Maroondah Nets

14/05          Discover the people behind the Deakin Candidates Event at Bramleigh Estate organised by Maroondah Business Group

17/05          Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) State Council meeting

17/05          Melbourne Eastern Netball Association (MENA) ‘Welcome Home’ Event at                      Maroondah Nets

 

 

Cr Mazzuchelli

 

30/04          Maroondah Environment Advisory Committee (MEAC) Meeting

01/05          Communities of Wellbeing Steering Committee Meeting

07/05          Maroondah Partners in Community Wellbeing Committee (MPIC) Meeting

 

 

Cr Macdonald

 

30/04          Meeting with Resident on site at Sellick Drive, Croydon

30/04          Maroondah Environment Advisory Committee (MEAC) Meeting

01/05          EV’s (Youth Centre) Federal Labor Funding Announcement

07/05          Community Garden Committee Meeting at Bedford Park

15/05          ‘Australia's Biggest Morning Tea’ at Glen Park Community Centre

16/05          Lighting Projects Completion Events - Croydon Town Park & Belmont Park

17/05          Melbourne Eastern Netball Association (MENA) ‘Welcome Home’ Event at                      Maroondah Nets

18/05          Croydon Pavilion Redevelopment - Official Opening

19/05          Australian Football League Women’s (AFLW) Football Under 17’s

South Croydon vs Tecoma at Cheong Park

 

 

Cr Lamont

 

11/05          Ringwood City Soccer Club ‘President's Lunch’ Function

15-17/05     Australian Local Government Women’s Association (ALGWA) National                            Conference, New South Wales

 

 

Cr Graham

 

30/04          Maroondah Environment Advisory Committee (MEAC) Meeting

30/04          Maroondah In Focus Media Event

01/05          EV’s (Youth Centre) Federal Labor Funding Announcement

01/05          Communities of Wellbeing Steering Committee Meeting

02/05          Wyreena Ward Councillors Meeting Planning Consultation Meeting:

15 View Street, Croydon

07/05          Parenting Information Session - ‘Strength-based Parenting’ at Karralyka

13/05          Site Visit to Maroondah Nets

14/05          Discover the people behind the Deakin Candidates Event at Bramleigh Estate organised by Maroondah Business Group

15/05          Hearing of Budget & Council Plan Submissions, Council Chamber Ringwood

17/05          Melbourne Eastern Netball Association (MENA) ‘Welcome Home’ Event at                      Maroondah Nets

18/05          Croydon Pavilion Redevelopment Official Opening Event

19/05          ‘Celebrating Family & Community’ The Foothills Foundation 40 plus Event at Karralyka Centre

 

 

Cr Dib

 

30/04          Maroondah In Focus Media Event

01/05          EV’s (Youth Centre) Federal Labor Funding Announcement

03/05          Meeting with the Hon Shaun Leane MP, Member for Eastern Metropolitan  

13/05          Site Visit - elishacare Counselling Group

13/05          Site Visit to Maroondah Nets

15/05          ‘Australia's Biggest Morning Tea’ at Glen Park Community Centre

15/05          Hearing of Budget & Council Plan Submissions, Council Chamber Ringwood 16/05           Maroondah Disability Advisory Committee (MDAC) Meeting

18/05          Croydon Pavilion Redevelopment Official Opening Event

 


 

 

Cr Damante

 

02/05          Wyreena Ward Councillors Meeting Planning Consultation Meeting:

15 View Street, Croydon

07/05          Maroondah Partners in Community Wellbeing Committee Meeting

08/05          Wyreena Ward Councillors - Wyreena Resident session for the Draft Landscape Plan (forms part of the Wyreena Community Arts Centre Master Plan)

11/05          Ringwood City Soccer Club ‘President's Lunch’ Function

14/05          Discover the people behind the Deakin Candidates Event at Bramleigh Estate organised by Maroondah Business Group

16/05          Lighting Projects Completion events - Croydon Town Park & Belmont Park

17/05          Melbourne Eastern Netball Association (MENA) ‘Welcome Home’ Event at                      Maroondah Nets

18/05          Croydon Pavilion Redevelopment Official Opening Event

 

 

Reports of Assembly of Councillors                                                             ITEM 2

Moved Cr Graham, Seconded Cr Symon                                                              55/19

 

THAT COUNCIL RECEIVES AND NOTES THE PUBLIC RECORD OF THE ASSEMBLY OF COUNCILLORS BRIEFINGS HELD ON 29 April 2019 and 6 May 2019

 

Carried

 

 

Councillor Representation Reports                                                              ITEM 3

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Spears                                                               56/19

 

That COUNCIL RECEIVES AND NOTES MINUTES OF the following committees

1.       metropolitan local government waste forum held on 9 may 2019

2.       Maroondah arts advisory committee held on 17 april 2019

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion - Cr Symon

 


 

Adoption of Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (2019/20 Update),

Proposed Budget 2019/20 and Declaration of Rates 2019/20                   ITEM 4

Moved Cr Dib, Seconded Cr Damante                                                                   57/19

 

That

A.  COUNCIL PLAN

THAT COUNCIL:

1.       ADOPTS THE COUNCIL PLAN 2017–2021 (2019/20 UPDATE)

2.       FORWARDS A COPY OF THE COUNCIL PLAN TO THE MINISTER FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AS REQUIRED BY THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989

3.       AUTHORISES OFFICERS TO ARRANGE FOR THE SUITABLE PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE COUNCIL PLAN TO COMMUNITY GROUPS AND RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS

B.   BUDGET

THAT COUNCIL DETERMINES:

1.       Budget

1.1     The submissions on the Budget be noted

1.2     The Chief Executive Officer be authorised to write to each submitter in accordance with section 223 (1)(e) of the Local Government Act 1989 advising of the purport of this Recommendation and the reasons for it

1.3     The Budget annexed to this Recommendation and initialled by the Mayor for identification ("the Budget") be adopted by Council

1.4     The Chief Executive Officer be authorised to give public notice of this decision to adopt the Budget, in accordance with section 130(2) of the Local Government Act 1989

2.       Amount Intended To Be Raised

An amount of $89,308,269 (or such other amount as is lawfully raised as a consequence of this Resolution) be declared as the amount which Council intends to raise by general rates and the annual service charge (described later in this Resolution), which amount is calculated as follows:

General Rates                         $76,885,798

Annual Service Charge       $14,768,000

 

3.       General Rates

3.1.    A general rate be declared in respect of the 2019/20 Financial Year

3.2.    It be further declared that the general rate be raised by the application of differential rates

3.3.    A differential rate be respectively declared for rateable land having the characteristics specified below, which characteristics will form the criteria for each differential rate so declared:

3.3.1.          general Land

ANY LAND WHICH DOES NOT HAVE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF DERELICT, COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, OR VACANT LAND

3.3.2.          DERELICT Land

          DERELICT LAND IS ANY LAND IN RESPECT OF WHICH:

(a)                A NOTICE TO COMPLY HAS BEEN SERVED ON THE OWNER OR OCCUPIER OF THE LAND IN RESPECT OF ANY BREACH OF:

(i)       CLAUSE 31 (CONDITION OF LAND);

(ii)      CLAUSE 32 (VACANT BUILDINGS); OR

(iii)     CLAUSE 34 (STORAGE, VEHICLES AND MACHINERY)

OF COUNCIL LOCAL LAW NO. 11; AND

(b)      THE TIME SPECIFIED IN THE NOTICE TO COMPLY HAS EXPIRED; AND

(c)      THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NOTICE TO COMPLY HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLIED WITH OR OTHERWISE SATISFIED (EITHER BEFORE OR AFTER THE TIME SPECIFIED IN THE NOTICE).

 

3.3.3.          commercial Land

          COMMERCIAL LAND IS ANY LAND THAT DOES NOT HAVE THE           CHARACTERISTICS OF DERELICT, INDUSTRIAL OR VACANT     LAND, AND WHICH IS USED, DESIGNED OR ADAPTED TO    BE    USED PRIMARILY FOR THE SALE OF GOODS OR          SERVICES OR OTHER COMMERCIAL PURPOSES.

 

3.3.4.          industrial Land

          INDUSTRIAL LAND IS ANY LAND THAT DOES NOT HAVE THE           CHARACTERISTICS OF DERELICT, COMMERCIAL OR VACANT LAND, THAT IS USED, DESIGNED OR ADAPTED TO BE USED          PRIMARILY FOR INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES.

 

3.3.5.          Vacant Land

                   ANY LAND ON WHICH THERE IS NO BUILDING WHICH IS    OCCUPIED OR ADAPTED FOR OCCUPATION AND THAT IS NOT         GENERAL, DERELICT, COMMERCIAL OR INDUSTRIAL LAND.

3.4.    Each differential rate will be determined by multiplying the Capital Improved Value of each rateable land (categorised by the characteristics described in paragraph 3.3 of this Resolution) by the relevant percentages indicated in the following table:

Category

Rate in the Dollar

Derelict Land

0.630075 cents in the dollar of Capital Improved Value

Commercial Land

0.252030 cents in the dollar of Capital Improved Value

Industrial Land

0.252030 cents in the dollar of Capital Improved Value

Vacant Land

 

0.315038 cents in the dollar of Capital Improved Value

Other Land

 

0.210025 cents in the dollar of Capital Improved Value

 

3.5.    It be recorded that Council considers that each differential rate will contribute to the equitable and efficient carrying out of Council functions, and that the

3.5.1.                   respective objectives of each differential rate;

3.5.2.                   respective types or classes of land which are subject to each differential rate;

3.5.3.                   respective uses and levels of each differential rate in relation to those respective types or classes of land; and

3.5.4.          the relevant

(a)    uses of;

(b)    geographical locations of;

(c)    planning scheme zonings of; and

(d)    types of buildings on

BE THOSE SPECIFIED IN THE BUDGET ANNEXED TO THIS RECOMMENDATION, AS SET IN THE NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS.

3.6.    It be confirmed that no amount is fixed as the minimum amount payable by way of general rate in respect of each rateable land within the municipal district

3.7.    In accordance with Section 4 (4) of the Cultural and Recreational Lands Act 1963, the amounts in lieu of rates payable in respect of each rateable  land to which that Act applies be the amounts respectively set out below:

Land

$

Heathmont Club Inc.

5,392.35

Bayswater North Tennis Club

1,426.55

Eastwood Golf Club

11,228.40

TOTAL

18,047.30

 

4.       Annual Service Charge

4.1.    An annual service charge be declared in respect of the 2019/20 Financial Year

4.2.    The annual service charge be declared for the collection and disposal of refuse

4.3.    The annual service charge be in the sum of, and be based on, the criteria specified below:

4.3.1.                   any land within Council's municipal district which is used primarily for residential purposes where a kerbside collection is deemed possible by council:

          $270.00 per service for each land, where the service is for an 80-litre bin

          $324.00 per service for each land, where the service is for a 120-litre bin

          $344.00 for each second and subsequent bin supplied in respect of the land

4.3.2.                   any land within Council's municipal district which is used primarily for residential purposes where the kerbside collection is deemed possible by council:

          $210.00 per service for each land, where the service of a second residential PUTRESCIBLE bin is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of the owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of a 120 litre bin ONLY at the frequency of once per week

                   $210.00 per service for each land, where the service of a second garden organics bin ONLY is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of the owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of a 240 litre bin at the frequency of once per fortnight

4.3.3.                   any land within Council's municipal district which is used primarily for commercial purposes:

$590.00 (including GST) per service for each land, where the service is requested by the owner of the      land (or the agent of the owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of a 240          litre bin at the frequency of once per week

$1,280.00 (including GST) per service for each land, where the service is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of the owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of a 240 litre bin at the frequency of three times per week

4.3.4.                     any land within Council's municipal district which is           used primarily for industrial purposes:

          $260.00 (including GST) per service for each land, where the service is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of that owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of an 80   litre bin

          $310.00 (including GST) per service for each land, where the service is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of that owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of a 120 litre bin

4.3.5.                   any land within Council's municipal district which is used primarily for other than residential purposes   and has an existing commercial service or is a not for profit organisation:

          $130.00 (including GST) per each 240 litre recycling bin, where the service is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of the owner) and is for collection and recycling of the bin at the                              frequency of once per fortnight

4.3.6.                   any land within Council's municipal district which is used primarily for commercial and INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES where the kerbside collection is deemed practicable by council:

                   $200.00 (including GST) per service for each land, where the service of a garden organics bin is requested by the owner of the land (or the agent of the owner) and is for collection and disposal of the contents of a 240 litre bin at the frequency of once per fortnight

5.       Incentives

No incentive be declared for early payment of the general rates and annual service charge previously declared

6.       Extra Instalment Options

IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 167 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989, PAYMENT OF RATES AND CHARGES CAN BE MADE IN

·        ONE (1) ANNUAL PAYMENT (DUE 15 FEBRUARY 2020),

·        FOUR (4) INSTALMENT PAYMENTS (DUE 30 SEPTEMBER 2019,
30 NOVEMBER 2019, 29 FEBRUARY 2020 AND 31 MAY 2020),

·        OR BY NINE (9) MONTHLY (DIRECT DEBIT ONLY) INSTALMENTS (DUE 30 SEPTEMBER 2019, 31 OCTOBER 2019, 30 NOVEMBER 2019, 31 DECEMBER 2019, 31 JANUARY 2020, 29 FEBRUARY 2020, 31 MARCH 2020, 30 APRIL 2020 AND 31 MAY 2020).

DUE DATES THAT FALL ON A WEEKEND OR PUBLIC HOLIDAY WILL BE DUE ON THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY

7.       Consequential

7.1.    It be recorded that Council requires any person to pay interest on any amount of rates and charges which:

7.1.1.                    that person is liable to pay; and

7.1.2.                    have not been paid by the date specified for their payment

7.2.    The Chief Executive Officer be authorised to levy and recover the general rates and annual service charge in accordance with the Local Government Act 1989

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion - Cr Steane, Symon and Dib

 

 

MAV Submission - Parliamentary Inquiry into Recycling

 & Waste Management                                                                                               ITEM 5

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Spears                                                               58/19

 

That COUNCIL NOTES THE FEEBACK SUBMITTED TO THE MAV BY COUNCIL Officers, IN OVERALL SUPPORT OF THE MAV’S SUBMISSION INTO THE PARLIMENTARY INQUIRY INTO RECYCLING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT and looks forward to the outcome of the inquiry to be tabled in parliament in August later this year

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion - Cr Symon

 


Director Operations, Assets & Leisure

 

Community Facilities Lease Agreement for the Ringwood

City Football Club Inc.                                                                                            ITEM 1

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Symon                                                               59/19

 

That council

1.       GRANTs A LEASE TO RINGWOOD City football club

2.       SIGNs AND SEALs ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION AS APPROPRIATE

 

Carried

 

 

Cr Steane welcomed back Phil Turner, Director Strategy and Community from leave.

 

 

Director Strategy & Community

 

Council Plan 2017-2021 (Year 2: 2018/19) Priority Action

Progress Report - Quarter 3, 2018/19                                                               ITEM 1

Moved Cr Macdonald, Seconded Cr Spears                                                     60/19

 

That council notes progress made towards the delivery of 2018/19 priority actions identified in the counCil plan 2017-2021

 

Carried

 

 

Local Government Performance Reporting Framework

 - Service Indicator Progress Report - Quarter 3, 2018/19                     ITEM 2

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Graham                                                            61/19

 

That Council Notes THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE REPORTING FRAMEWORK SERVICE PERFORMANCE INDICATOR YEAR TO DATE RESULTS FOR QUARTER 3 OF THE 2018/19 FINANCIAL YEAR

 

Carried

 


 

Director Development & Amenity

 

Petition - Victoria Street Parking Restrictions                                         ITEM 1

Moved Cr Macdonald, Seconded Cr Dib                                                              62/19

THAT COUNCIL

 

1.       RECEIVES AND NOTES THE REPORT and findings ON THE parking investigation and resident survey for victoria street, ringwood east

2.       implements the parking restriction as proposed in the petition for the implementation of school based no stopping restrictions on the eastern side of victoria street between loma street and 7/9 Victoria Street, and on the western side of victoria street from 30 Victoria street (opposite loma Street) to 16/18 Victoria street

3.       advises the lead petitioner accordingly

4.       Officers conduct a further investigation into the need for traffic calming treatments in victoria street, report the investigation findings to residents, and if warranted refer the installation of traffic calming treatments in victoria street to the capital works local area traffic management program for funding consideration

 

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion - Cr Spears

 

 

Petition - The Mall Shopping Centre - Conversion of

Unrestricted Parking to 2 Hour Parking                                                       ITEM 2

Moved Cr Macdonald, Seconded Cr Spears                                                     63/19

That council

1.       Receives and notes the petition containing nine (9) signatures, requesting the implementation of a TWO-HOUR parking restriction in a section of the mall shopping centre carpark

2.       officers investigate parking within the mall shopping centre carpark and, subject to the investigation, undertake a survey of shop owners and traders to determine the level of support to implement appropriate parking restrictions

3.       officers prepare a report on the matters raised in the petition for consideration at a future meeting of council

4.       advises the lead petitioner accordingly

Carried

Councillors who spoke to the motion - Cr Spears, Dib and Macdonald

   

documents for sealing

Nil

motions to review

Nil

Late ItemS

Nil

Requests / Leave of Absence

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Spears                                                               64/19

That CR steane be granted a leave of absence from the 24 june 2019 COUNCIL MEETING

 

Carried

 

 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Moved Cr Lamont, Seconded Cr Dib                                                                      65/19

That CR macdonald be granted a leave of absence from the 24 June and the 15 july 2019 council meetings

Carried

In Camera

 

Moved Cr Symon, Seconded Cr Graham                                                             66/19

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.

 

Director Operations, Assets & Leisure

 

Tender Evaluation Report - Contract 20916 Design &

Construction of HE Parker Pavilion                                                                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

 

 

The open forum closed at 8:24pm.

 

 

Confirmed ……………………………………..

 

 

Date ……………………………………………