NAMBUCCA SHIRE COUNCIL

GENERAL PURPOSE COMMITTEE - 18 FEBRUARY 2009

 

AGENDA                                                                                                   Page

 

1        APOLOGIES

2        DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST

3        General Manager Report

8.1     December 2008 Budget Review

8.2     Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008......................... 6

8.3     Draft Management Plan - 2009/2029................................................................................. 61

4        Director Environment and Planning Report

9.1     Report on DA 2009/049 for Consideration - Retail Shopping Centre including Supermarket, Discount Department Store and Thirty One (31) Speciality Shops, Advertising Pole Sign and Associated Car Parking.......................................................................................................................... 64

9.2     DA 2008/267 - Proposed Industrial Complex for Manufacturing Buses, Plus Ancillary Facilities - Lot 1046 DP 826440, 14 Harrimans Road, Macksville....................................................................... 91

9.3     Report on State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 and the NSW Housing Code (December 2008)............................................................................. 155

5        Director Engineering Services Report

10.1   Coronation Park - New Amenities.................................................................................... 161

 

 

Time

Description

Where

OS/CC

ITEM

PAGE

8.30-9.15

31 December 2008 Review and

 

Quarterly Review of Performance Targets

CC

8.1

 

8.2

2

 

6

9.15-9.30

Draft Management Plan—2009/2029

CC

8.3

61

9.30

Morning Tea with new staff members - Mathew Meys, Trainee Civil Engineer and Harlan Phair, Apprentice Fitter Machinist

 

CC

10.00-10.45

Presentation by proponents of proposed supermarket at Bellwood

 

CC

9.1

64

10.45-11.30

Opportunity for opponents of proposed supermarket at Bellwood - Mr Luke McKenzie (0448310263) advised that the following would be speaking against: Angus Witherby, Dean Irvine, Peter Bush and Dale Hunter as well as Mr Steve Garmston Development Manager from Woolworths

 

CC

9.1

64

11.45-12.30

Coronation Park

On-Site

10.1

161

12.30-1.15

LUNCH

CC

1.20-2.15

DA 2008/267  Harrimans Lane Macksville - Bus Manufacturing and Ancillary Uses

 

On-Site

9.2

91

2.30-3.30

Report on State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 and the NSW Housing Code (December 2008)

Inspection of 5.0m height areas

Item 10.7 SF669 15 January 2009

DELEGATION from Colin & Marion Harding

On-Site Cnr John & Matthew Streets

9.3

155

 

 

 

 



General Purpose Committee

18 February 2009

General Manager's Report

ITEM 8.1      SF1244            180209         December 2008 Budget Review

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:     Craig Doolan, Manager Financial Services         

 

Summary:

 

General Fund:                This review revises the net operating result for 2008/09 to a deficit of $300,000 and varies Current Liquid Equity to $1,331,273, a decline of $285,600 since the Original Budget.

                                     

Council’s estimated Current Liquid Equity (available working capital at year end) is satisfactory improving to approximately $230,000 above the minimum level as per Council’s policy.

 

 

Water Supplies:             This review revises the net operating result for 2008/09 to a deficit of $267,100 and varies Current Liquid Equity to $1,302,831, a decline of $257,400 since the Original Budget.

 

Council’s estimated Current Liquid Equity (available working capital at year end) is satisfactory at approximately $795,000 above the minimum level as per Council’s policy.

 

 

Sewerage Services:        This review revises the net operating result for 2008/09 to a deficit of $33,400 and varies Current Liquid Equity to $795,772, a decline of $15,100 since the Original Budget.

 

Council’s estimated Current Liquid Equity (available working capital at year end) is satisfactory at approximately $376,000 above the minimum level as per Council’s policy.

 

The circularised budget review document includes, as variances, amounts required to match unexpected income/expenditure items plus resolved inclusions to the budget. Items varying $5,000 or more are briefly discussed commencing page 2 and are referenced to the page number in the body of the budget review document. Significant variations influencing the result are discussed further in this report.

 

Also circularised for Council’s information is a Quarterly Program review of Capital Works & Major Programs.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

1        That the budget review for the quarter ended 31 December, 2008 be received.

 

2          That the recommended increases and decreases in votes are included as subsequent votes for the financial year 2008/2009.

 

3        MANEX recommends that the $5,500 request from MiiMi Mothers not be supported because a donation variation of this quantum should not be included in a quarterly review.

 

4        MANEX recommends that the Mayor, the Director Engineering Services and the Manager Water and Sewerage meet with the Department of Commerce in relation to their claim for $200,000 variation to the IWCM Strategy.

 

 


OPTIONS:

 

Not Applicable

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

GENERAL ACTIVITIES

 

The summary of current liquid equity is on page 1 of the Budget Review document. The estimated current liquid equity surplus is $1,372,573 inclusive of internal loans.

 

The original 2008/09 budget forecast a net operating deficit of $14,400. Items revoted from 2007/08 amounted to $1,131,300. The balance of internal loans borrowed from current liquid equity was $716,786.

 

The September review revised the net operating result for 2008/09 to a deficit of $409,900 a decline of $395,500 since the Original Budget.

 

This December review revises the result for 2008/09 to a net operating deficit of $300,000 an improvement of $109,900 on the September review.

 

The global financial crisis continues to have a detrimental effect on the performance of Council’s investments.  There has been further downturn in the market value of Council’s medium and long term investments as well as fixed deposit interest rates and consequently has required a further review of estimated earnings to 30 June.  As a result Council’s 2008/09 budget forecast has been revised and unrestricted investment earnings for general fund has been reduced by $194,800.

 

On the other hand the current economic environment offers an upside to public organisations such as the Nambucca Shire Council. Firstly, Council’s strong cash position has seen it weather the loss in budgeted revenue to date thus allowing Council’s operations to continue as planned. Secondly, strong reserves have also allowed Council to defer planned borrowings for 08/09 until late in the year, thus reducing repayments for the current budget and along with the plunge in interest rates producing a benefit of $142,200. Also, with interest rate levels the lowest in some forty odd years, Council’s investment in its infrastructure has never been more attractive taking into account the magnitude of planned works such as the Off-stream Water Storage project and Council’s debt levels. This coupled with the fiscal stimulus planned by the Federal Government allows Council to reinforce itself as a keystone of community infrastructure. 

 

This year’s roads & streets rehabilitation works are expected to produce savings of around $126,800. Council would be aware of the accumulation of outstanding works associated with Council’s road infrastructure and therefore Council should be mindful of these savings when considering works for the draft 2009/10 budget.  

 

A net saving of around $37,000 in administration is shown in this budget review. A review of Council’s cleaning contract for the administration building resulted in a saving of $18,400, also Council’s revised organisation structure produced a saving of $19,600 in corporate services salaries due to the elimination of the Governance Officer position and the inclusion of a finance position commencing at a later time in the year. With engineering positions vacant for extended periods a reduction of $14,400 in engineering salaries also occurred. The allocation for the Management Plan Review has been reduced by $20,000 upon deferral of purchase of an integrated software solution in favour of publishing a summary of the management plan document. Both processes were recommendations emanating from the recent best practice review. These savings offset an increase required for general staff training of $15,000 and the $13,000 installation costs of the ‘Merit’ customer request system.

 

A similar scenario to that in engineering occurred in environment & planning salaries with a saving of $20,000 relating to the building surveyor position being vacant for a period of time and leave without pay taken by one of council’s planners.

 

With respect to the savings associated with salaries, it should be noted that although the current budget benefits from these savings, potentially, the following budget can be burdened with additional resource costs needed to complete delayed projects and processes. 

 

Strategic planning costs have been reduced by $45,000 as a couple of related projects have been completed and/or are currently being undertaken in-house offsetting additional funds required for the completion of a draft LEP and LES. It should also be noted that in the next financial year further funds estimated at $85,000 will be required to complete all the necessary studies for the Valla Urban Growth Area and completion of the LGMP in accordance with the DoP requirements and will necessitate consideration with the draft 2009/10 budget.

 

Additional income of $45,000 is estimated for contractors waste tipping fees which offsets increases required for working expenses and environmental monitoring of the waste depot.

 

As per the Environmental Levy program and 07/08 budget, a transfer of $25,000 from the unspent Environmental Levy reserve has been included to subsidise the Works Depot Rainwater Re-Use Tank expended last financial year.  These funds were not transferred as part of the end of year accounting process.

 

Also, the expenditure variance of $30,000 for roofing iron required for Grants Hall has been included with this review as per Council’s resolution on the 18 December.

 

In addition, Council has received a request from Kerry Grace, Centre Manager, MiiMi Mothers Aboriginal Corporation, via the Office of the Mayor for financial support of a $5,500 starting fee for the Young Achievement Australia (YAA) program that invites young people, both indigenous and non indigenous to participate in a business skills development course.  As requested by the Mayor the item has been included for Council’s consideration for the current budget. Council’s Mayor has advised Ms Grace that should the request be unsuccessful an opportunity would still exist under the draft budget for 2009/10.

 

 

WATER SUPPLIES

 

The original 2008/09 budget forecast a net operating deficit of $9,700. Items revoted from 2007/08 amounted to $77,900.

 

The September review revised the net operating result for 2008/09 to a deficit of $44,700 a decline of $35,000 since the Original Budget.

 

This December review revises the result for 2008/09 to an operating deficit of $267,100 a decline of $222,400 on the September review.

 

The cost to Water Supplies’ working funds resulting from the revised investment earnings is expected to be around $53,000.  Also affecting the result for Water Supplies is $100,000 for variation Claims from the Department of Commerce for the IWCM strategy and an additional $55,000 for the water main relocation at the Upper Warrell Ck Overbridge.

 

Council’s Manager Water & Sewerage advises in relation to the Commerce claims, that in March 2007 Council accepted a fee proposal to complete the IWCM Strategy on the understanding that it would be finalised within the specified twenty five (25) week time frame. The project has been ongoing for almost two years and on 27 January this year Commerce formally advised of a claim for variations in the order of $200K. A proportion of the claims relate to rework or additional work required for demographic analysis and projection as a result of changes to incorporate population figures derived from the draft and revised draft structure plans instead of the headworks strategy as the fee had proposed. Another part of the claims relate to additional work requested by Council to complete a sensitivity analysis on the financial model adopting a 1% population growth.  These components of the claim are valid and will have to be paid.

 

It is however considered that certain parts of the claims are contentious as the works were completed without advising Council that they were considered to be a change in scope and would be claimed as a variation.  It is also debatable as to whether they are actually changes to the scope of works.  Council has commenced firm negotiations with Commerce to settle the claims.  A variance of $100K is considered appropriate in relation to these claims.

 

 

SEWERAGE SERVICES

 

The original 2008/09 budget forecast a net operating deficit of $18,300. Items revoted from 2007/08 amounted to $445,400.

 

The September review revised the net operating result for 2008/09 to a deficit of $12,500 an improvement of $5,800 since the Original Budget.

 

This December review revises the result for 2008/09 to a net operating deficit of $33,400 a decline of $20,900 on the September review.

 

The cost to Sewerage Services’ working funds resulting from the revised investment earnings is expected to be around $19,000 and is the only major variation in Sewerage for this review.

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

General Manager

Directors

Responsible Officers

Accountant

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Not applicable.

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Refer to discussion.

 

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.

 


General Purpose Committee

18 February 2009

General Manager's Report

ITEM 8.2      SF820              180209         Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:     Michael Coulter, General Manager         

 

Summary:

 

In accordance with the provisions of Section 407 of the Local Government Act 1993 I wish to report the extent to which the performance targets set in Councils 2008/2028 Management Plan have been achieved.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council note the extent to which the Performance Targets have been achieved for the quarter to 31 December 2008.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachments:

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555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

 

Performance targets

 

to

 

31 December 2008

 

 

 

 

 

People Today and Tomorrow

Environment Today and Tomorrow

Economic Today and Tomorrow

Infrastructure Today and Tomorrow

Leadership Today and Tomorrow

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

People – Today and Tomorrow

 

 

 

 

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

Principal Activity               Public Order and Safety

 

Objective                               P1  To protect the environment, health and safety of the community by providing an effective response to fire related emergencies in accordance with the Service Land Level Agreement with the Rural Fire Service by maintaining an effective volunteer Rural Fire Service to protect the community from bush fire related emergencies

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER        Director Engineering Services

 

Strategy

Action

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P1.1

Participate in Rural Fire Service  Management

P1.1.1 Review Service Level Agreement quarterly

 

 

 

 

 

 

P1.1.2 Maintain membership of the Nambucca Bush Fire Management Committee

 

·    Council appoints a Councillor and the Director Engineering Services to the Lower Mid North Coast Zone Review Committee

 

·    Minutes of the quarterly review presented to Council.

 

·    Council appoints a Councillor as a delegate to the committee with the delegate to provide feedback.

 

·    Cr John Ainsworth and Director Engineering Services appointed by Council

 

 

 

·    Presented after each meeting

 

 

·    Cr John Ainsworth appointed to Committee.  The position of Chairperson is attached to the delegation

P1.2

Support the suppression of bushfires

P1.2.1 Council maintains the urban fire trail network to protect public and private infrastructure

 

·    Trails are mown twice a year in October and February

 

·    Trail maintenance is entered  into BRIMS (RFS Web based data bank)

 

 

·      First cycle completed

 

 

·      Parks & Reserves Supervisor trained to use BRIMS – Data entered

P1.3

Provide funding

P1.3.1 Council provides the statutory financial contribution of 13.3% in each budget

·    Council adopts (with or without amendments) the draft budget as prepared by the RFS

·    Adopted unchanged


Principal Activity         Public Order and Safety

(P1 Continued)

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

 

 

 

P1.4

Provide a functional and safe Fire Control Centre

 

 

 

P1.4.1 Buildings and facilities at the Fire Control Centre meet the requirements of the RFS Service Standard 5.1.10

·    OH&S inspections of the premises conducted 6 monthly.

 

·    Appoint a building management committee with representation of 1 Councillor (Chair), Dir Eng Services, 1 RFS staff, 1 RFS volunteer, 1 SES Controller, 1 SES volunteer.

 

·    Committee to meet as they determine but generally bimonthly. Minutes reported to Council.

 

·    Ongoing implementation of improvements from last inspection

 

·    Cr Ainsworth, Cr Moran and Director Engineering Services appointed

 

 

 

·    Last meeting – 3 December 2008 and minutes presented to Council 18 December 2008

·    Next meeting – 11 February 2009


Principal Activity                   Public Order and Safety

 

Objective                                   P2  To protect the environment, health and safety of the community with an effective response to emergency situations by supporting the State Emergency Service, Nambucca Valley Rescue Association and Marine Rescue Squad in this area

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Director Engineering Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P2.1

Provide infrastructure and support the SES, VRA & MRS

P2.1.1 Provide and replace vehicles in accordance with the Plant Replacement Policy

·    Distance traveled and vehicle age as per Councils plant replacement program.

·    Consultation carried out with SES prior to setting budget and Troop Carrier included

P2.1.2 Provide and maintained office space and storage area (equipment and plant)

·    SES Controller to provide an annual report on facilities by January prior to budget allocations being determined.

·    Not due

P2.1.3 Phones, fax and office equipment provided and maintained

·    SES Controller to advise on equipment condition by January prior to budget allocations being determined.

·    Not due

P2.1.4 Contribute to VRA & MRS

·    Annual contributions

·    VR have not claimed

·    MRS claimed and paid prior to 30/09/2008


Principal Activity                   Public Order and Safety

 

Objective                                 P3  Establish, implement and maintain measures to ensure compliance with Companion Animal legislation for the protection of health and safety of the community within approved allocation of resources

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Health and Building Services

 

·   

·   

·    Three (3) Notices & Orders issued to property owners to fence properties to reduce straying stock onto roads.

·   

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P3.1

Maintain a register under the:

i      Companion Animal Act & Regulations to ensure compliance with the Acts

 

ii     Impounding Act for stock

 

 

Undertaken compliance work to enforce the provision of the Acts

 

P3.1.1 Companion animals are permanently identified & registered in accordance with Act

·    CARS updated within 72 hours of information being lodged with Council

·    No of letters and enforcement notices issued

·    Complaints attended to and responses recorded within 24 hours of complaint being received

·    Monthly reports to Council on animals impounded within 5 days of the end of each month

·    100% Achieved

 

·    261 Letters issued in relation to dog matters

·    6 Penalty Notices issued (Fines)

 

·    Complaints generally go directly to the Contract Regulatory Officer with responses for action made through letter requests.

·    Regulatory Officer has been requested to provide Council with details of logged requests and actions.

·    Monthly reports from the Contract Regulatory Officer submitted to Council.

 

P3.1.2 Impounded animals are recorded in Register & National Livestock Identification System (NLIS)

·    No stock impounded over this reporting period

P3.1.3 Undertake routine patrols & respond to customer service reports for companion animals and straying stock

·    Contract Regulatory Officer undertakes routine patrols as part of this contract with Council.

Principal Activity         Public Order and Safety

(P3 Continued)

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P3.2

Maintain leash-free areas in Nambucca Heads, Scotts Head, Valla Beach.

Investigate, consult and implement new off leash areas in Macksville and Bowraville.

P3.2.1 Audit signs and defecating bins at each area annually

·    Audit off leash areas annually by 28 February

·    Dog pooh bins being serviced weekly

·    Implement leash free areas subject to budget allocation by 30 June 2009

·    Signs audited in Nambucca Heads and new signs on order

·    Audit of Scotts Head to be undertaken in February 2009

·    Bins emptied by works staff and plastic bags replaced by Contract Regulatory Officer as required

·    Damaged bins being replaced by works staff

P3.2.2 Identify leash-free areas in Macksville; and Bowraville through community consultation

·    Council resolved on 17 April 2008 not to proceed with Off Leash areas at Bowraville & Macksville

P3.3

Regulatory Officer contract

Review performance of contract annually on anniversary of implementation date.

All ancillary documents are current

P3.3.1 Assess performance of contractor against signed contract documentation annually

·    Review completed by 30 June annually

 

·    Non compliance issues recorded and reported to Contractor with 14 days of review date.

·    Review completed on 8 January 2009

·    New Operating procedures to be developed for impounding on Pacific Highway, with RTA, Council and Contractor

·    Additional reports on calls monitored by contractor to be submitted to Council

·    Review documents signed off and issued to Contractor


Principal Activity                   Public Order and Safety

 

Objective                                   P4  Establish, implement and maintain lifeguard services to ensure the health, safety and well being of the community are protected during nominated patrol periods and ensure compliance with the adopted level of service and within approved allocation of resources.

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Director Engineering Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P4.1

Promote beach safety

P4.1.1 Lifeguard services provided as per contract agreement during summer school vacation period

·    Lifeguards on duty during the identified times in the contract agreement

 

·    Annual lifeguard activity reports submitted to Council by 31 March

 

·    Local surf clubs provided with annual contribution

 

·    Lifeguards on duty over December 2008 January 2009

 

 

·    Not due

 

 

·    Available in budget

P4.1.2 Provide and maintain beach safety signage

·    Signage in place and meets current standards

 

·    Under review  Liaison with Department of Environment and Climate Change

P4.1.3 Voluntary Rangers supervise vehicles on beaches

·    4WD vehicles on beaches comply with the permit conditions

·    Sufficient volunteer rangers in place.  Part-time Ranger acquainted with Beach regulations but limited time available with vehicle parking the highest priority


Principal Activity                   Health

 

Objective                                   P5  To maintain acceptable public health standards within the community by providing services to level of community expectations within approved budget and available resources

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Health and Building Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P5.1a

All new or modifications to existing Onsite Sewage Management Systems to be assessed & approvals issued prior to installation of system, under section 68 of LGA 1993.

 

P5.1b

All registered onsite sewage management systems (OSMS) to have an approval to operate (ATO) issued under section 68A of the LGA 1993

 

P5.1.1 Assess design for compliance with soil assessment reports, relevant guidelines, Council's Management Plan and Australian Standards

 

 

P5.1.2 Only accredited systems (by NSW Health Dept) to be installed

 

 

P5.1.3 Arrange for renewal inspections of OSMS 30 days prior to expiry date of current ATO

 

 

P5.1.4 Any modification/upgrade works to be approved, installed & inspected prior to ATO being issued

·    Approvals issued within 40 days of application for new & modified systems being lodged

 

·    Systems inspected while being installed

 

·    Renewal notices issued one month prior to ATO expiry date

 

·    Inspect existing OSMS within 30 days of expiry of ATO

 

·    ATOs issued and register updated within 14 days of compliance program being finalised

·    90% of approvals issued within 40 days provided applications complete when lodged by applicants. 10% require additional info

·    All systems inspected during installation provided plumber calls for inspection

·    Number of follow up inspections being undertaken where works completed without obtaining approvals or inspections called for

 

·    95% of renewal notices issued

 

·    95% of renewal inspection notification given within 30 days of expiry date of ATO

·    100%

 

·    1 Penalty Notices issued (Fines)


Principal Activity         Health

(P5 Continued)

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P5.2

Review On-Site Sewage Management Plan

P5.2.1 Available resources to undertake review

P5.2.2 Assess need for review

·    Review Plan every 4 years mid term to Council elections by 31 October of each review year

·    Any draft changes to be reported to Council for adoption within 60 days of review being completed within 60 days of review being completed

·    Major review of Management Plan completed in December 2008

·    Draft Plan to be place on Public Exhibition from 29/10/2009

·    Site & soil assessment consultants and plumbers notified of draft plan

P5.3

Registration and inspection of activities under the Public Health Act 1991.

a  Skin penetration:- body piercing, tattoos, manicure, pedicure treatments, beauticians hairdressing businesses & acupuncture

 

b  Monitor operation of Public Swimming Pools, Motels, Caravan Parks, Resorts, sporting complexes & learn to swim schools for water quality & amenities

P5.3.1 Premises to be registered with Council

·    Register of premises to be updated within 7 days of notification by premises operator

·    Undertake annual inspections of premises & complete inspection reports to ensure compliance with Public Health standards

·    Computer register updated within 7 days or receipt of notification.

·    Inspection program proposed for April 2009 staff resources

 

P5.3.2 Premises to be inspected annually

·    Inspect hairdressers, skin penetration premises

·    Caravan Parks/Camping Grounds

·    Annual inspections programmed throughout year

 

·    Annual inspections programmed for April 2009

P5.3.3 Carry out routine inspections of pools/spas

·    Inspect public pools minimum of once per year

·    Inspections to be programmed during summer months

P5.3.4 Monitor water quality

·    Carry out water testing & sampling if required

 

·    Audit inspections to be programmed for March 2009 subject to resources being available

 

P5.3.5 Ensure public safety issues are managed

·    Compliance with Public Health (Swimming Pool/Spa) Reg. 2000 & Dept. of Health Guideline for Public Swimming Pools & Spas

·   

P5.4

Register and inspect Microbial Control systems:- Water Cooling, Hot & Warm water, Air Handling systems

P5.4.1 Carry out annual inspections

·    Inspections carried and recorded

·    Inspections to be programmed for November 2008

P5.4.2 Maintain register of inspections and service reports

·    Annual service reports lodged with Council for cooling water towers and warm water devices

·    Reports to be lodged by 30 June annually


Principal Activity                   Health

 

Objective                                   P6  To maintain acceptable public health standards for food premises through adequate surveillance of food premises

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Health and Building Services

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P6.1

Inspect and complete reports on all food premises & mobile food vans annually

P6.1.1 Maintain a register of premises within the Shire

·      Register updated annually or upon registration of premises

 

·      Register updated following inspections and notification of any change by operator

P6.1.2 Maintain a regular inspection program Annually

·      Inspections carried out and reports filed

·      Inspections carried out annually by contractor .  50% of premises inspected prior to 30 December 2008

P6.1.3 Compliance with Food Act and Food Safety Codes

·      Letters or improvement notices issued as required

·      Letters issued where works required

P6.1.4 Maintaining construction standards for premises

·      Premises maintained in accordance with Australian Standard for construction

·      Letters requesting maintenance works issued following inspections

P6.2

Provide public education and compliance issues relating to food premises, handling, preparation and storage

P6.2.1 Provide advice and direct access to design, construction, food safety standards and Australian Standards relating to food and food premises

·      Provided verbal information to customers and written responses within 21 days of request or enquiry

·      Ongoing through counter and telephone inquiries

 

P6.2.2 Offer Food Education programs to industry as required

·      Conduct one Food Handlers forum annually or as required by industry

·      Food Handling courses to be conducted by accredited trainers.  Seeking details on suitable trainers to provide courses

P6.3

Inspect and issue 5 year approvals to operate for mobile food vending and water & effluent waste transport vehicles under section 68 of LGA 1993

P6.3.1 Maintain up to date register of operators

·      Vehicles inspected within 30 days of approval date anniversary

·      ATO’s issued following compliance inspections

·      Inspections programmed for first quarter of new year

·      Five year ATOs issued with annual inspections

P6.3.2 Carry out annual inspections of vehicles, as required by approval to operate

·      Inspection reports completed and filed

·    Inspection reports placed on files and recorded within the computer


Principal Activity                   Community Services and Education

 

Objective                                   P7  To promote and provide for the social well-being of the community through the provision of community services and facilities

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Community and Cultural Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

 

P7.1

Provide special programs for older people

P7.1.1 Provide funding for Seniors Week activities

Seniors Week is conducted in accordance with Council’s approved program and allocated budget

 

·    10%

 

·    Seniors Week 2009
15-22 March

 

P7.2

Undertake community planning which takes into account the needs of older people

P7.2.1 The role of Manager Community and Cultural Services continues to include aged and disability services related duties

The project is conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Funding Agreement and the following are submitted by November 2008

·    Report on Achievements

·    2008-09 Workplan

·    Income and Expenditure Statement

·     Annual Return

 

·     100% - reports completed

 

 

P7.3

Council provides co-ordination, planning and a range of programs for young people.

P7.3.1 Manage funding provided by the Department of Community Services for employment of a Youth Development Officer and Youth Worker

The projects are conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Funding Agreement:

·    Income/expenditure statements, Annual Report on Achievements submitted by 30 September 2008

·    New Service Specifications developed by August 2008 to reflect outcomes of the Community Services Grants Program Review

 

 

 

·    100% - reports completed

 

 

·    Development of Service Specifications indefinitely delayed due to Wood Inquiry into DoCS

 

P7.4

Provision of special programs for young people

P7.4.1 Co-ordinate and provide funding for Youth Week activities

Youth Week is conducted in accordance with Council’s approved program and allocated budget

·    10%

 

·    Youth Week 28 March-
5 April 2009

 


Principal Activity                   Community Services and Education

(P7 Continued)

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P7.5

Provision of special programs for young people

P7.5.1 Council to co-ordinate and fund “Girlsavvy” – a program conducted by the NSW Office for Women which:

·          Increases young women’s skills in financial independence

·          Communicates the standards of behaviour, ethics and achievement which operate in the world of work and business by involving local adult women role models

·          Girlsavvy completed by June 2009

·          Council provides funding

·          100 young women participate

 

 

 

·    100%

 

 

·          Council provided funding

P7.6

Delivery of a range of human services and provision of community facilities to meet community expectations in partnership with the community.

P7.7.1 Administration of North Coast Area Assistance Scheme in partnership with the Department of Community Services

·    Funding submissions are assessed and ranked according to the AAS guidelines

 

·    Deadlines on the AAS timetable are met

·    50%

 

·    Funding round closed 3 October

P7.7

Consult and seek advice from the community regarding community service needs

P7.8.1 Resource Council’s Community Services Committee to provide a range of advisory services

·      The committee meets according to its constitution (i.e. at least quarterly).

·      100%

P7.8

Continue to improve co-operation and understanding between Council and Aboriginal communities

P7.9.1 Resource Council’s Aboriginal Community Advisory Committee to provide a range of advisory services

·    The committee meets according to its constitution (i.e. at least quarterly)

·      100%

P7.9

Deliver services appropriate to the needs of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community

P7.10.1 Manage funding provided by Department of Community Services for Community Development Officer (Aboriginal)

 

The projects are conducted in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Funding Agreement:

·    Income/expenditure statements, Annual Report on Achievements submitted by 30 September 2008

·    New Service Specifications developed by August 2008 to reflect outcomes of the Community Services Grants Program Review

 

 

·    100% - reports completed

 

·    Development of Service Specifications indefinitely delayed due to Wood Inquiry into DoCS

P7.10

Conduct or contribute to special Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s projects

P7.11.1 Provide funding to resource special events as determined throughout the year (eg NAIDOC Week)

·    Council contributes

·    100%

P7.11

Communicate and consult with the community in regards to the needs of people with disabilities

P7.12.1 Resource Council’s Access Committee to provide a range of advisory services

·      The committee meets according to its constitution (i.e. at least quarterly)

·      100%

P7.12

Contribute to the services assisting people in the rural sector

P7.13.1 Financial support for the Rural Financial Counselling Service

·      Council contributes $3,800 per year

 

·      That the support provided by the service be reported to Council annually

 

·      50%

·      Council has provided funding, awaiting copy of Annual Report from the organisation

P7.13

Support the co-ordination of and networking between arts and cultural groups, Council and community

P7.14.1 Council’s continued involvement with the Regional Arts Development Board and financial support in accordance with the funding formula

·      Council contributes

 

·    100%

P7.14

More effectively operating and vibrant museums, leading to greater tourism opportunities and increased capturing of local heritage

P7.15.1 Participate in the Museum and Galleries NSW “Museum Advisers Program”

·      Council contributes

 

·      (from GM) Ms Joan Kelly the Museum Advisor has met with all Committees of Management and is currently preparing a program of works.

P7.15

Improved activities, services and facilities that meet the diverse needs and enhance the everyday lives of Nambucca Shire residents

P7.16.1 Develop a 5 year Social and Community Plan to meet legislative requirements

·      Plan is developed and adopted by June 2009

·      In the early stages of planning


Principal Activity                   Housing and Community Amenities

 

Objective                                   P8  To provide available and acceptable cemetery facilities which meet statutory compliance in a cost effective manner

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Health and Building Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P8.1

Operate cemetery activities within adopted budget allocations

P8.1.1 Undertake quarterly review of expenditure and revenue

·    Difference between revenue and expenditure identified and report provided to Council, quarterly

·    30/09/08 – YTD income $11,028.69, Expenditure $3,379.61

P8.2

Register of internments updated regularly

P8.2.1 Maintain and update cemetery register and maps.  Applications for burials issued prior to internments

·    Maps maintained and updated within 30 days of notice of internment

·    Maps updated

 

·    Internment details recorded in computerized register when lodged by undertakers

P8.3

Cemeteries maintained to an acceptable standard

Mowing minimum of once per calendar month

P8.3.1 Maintenance work carried out at all cemeteries in accordance with budget allocation

·    Cemeteries mown at least 12 times per year

·    Attend to maintenance requests as required for internal road works and walk way area

·    Contractors mow cemeteries as required

·    Requests for routine maintenance attended to by Council staff

P8.4

Ensure adequate area is available for cemetery expansion and columbarium walls

P8.4.1 Monitor and investigate the of available land at each cemetery and survey available vacant niches in columbarium walls

·    Audit at each cemetery to be conducted prior to 31 December annually

·    Adequate area available at all cemeteries for next 10 years

P8.5

Provide improved signage and sectional markers in all cemeteries

P8.5.1 Staged works program subject to funding being allocated in annual budget

·    Signs and markers erected when funds made available

·    Denominational signs for Nambucca Heads & Macksville to be erected current

P8.6

Upgrade internal roads & provide parking spaces for disable persons at Nambucca & Macksville

P8.6.1 Works being allocated funds in annual budget

·    Audit work once completed

·    Reduced demand for maintenance works

·    Stage 1 of internal upgrade to Nambucca Heads cemetery completed

·    Additional works around drainage pit programmed for 2008/09


Principal Activity                   Recreation and Culture

 

Objective                                   P9  To provide high quality library service to meet community needs

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Community and Cultural Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

P9.1

Continue to develop and promote an OH&S culture in libraries by reducing the repetitive actions being undertaken by library staff

P9.1.1 Purchase and install circulation counter receipt printers for each branch library which provide members with a list of items borrowed and their return date thereby replacing stamping of individual books

·    Council provides funding

 

·    One Receipt Printer is installed at each library

 

 

·    100%

 

 

P9.2

a. Maintain per capita book vote at existing levels of approx 1.8 books (State average = 2)  OR

P9.2.1a Increase Council’s contribution by 10%

·    Council contributes

 

·    100%

b. Provide book vote to keep pace with rate pegging

P9.2.1b Increase Council’s contribution by 3.5%

·    Council contributes

·    This option was not supported.

 

·    Council supported 10% option above

P9.3

Provide customers, (focusing on high school students), with more accessible library services

P9.3.1 Provide additional hours for staff

·    Nambucca Heads opens after hours (either Thursday evening or Saturday morning)

 

·    100%

·    Saturday morning opening commenced 6 December 2008

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Environment – Today and Tomorrow

 

 

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

Principal Activity                   Development & Environmental Services

 

Objective                                   E1  Minimise the cost and delay to the community by the timely processing of Development Applications, Part 4A Certificates, Section 149 Planning Certificates and planning related correspondence. Appraisal and suitable rectification of activities in contravention of Acts, Codes and Policies within approved allocation of resources

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Director Environment & Planning, Manager Planning & Assessment, Manager Health & Building

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E1.1

Achieve the following mean time for processing DA’s:

 

Integrated/Designated/Concurrence Development: 60 days

Other Development: 40 days

E1.1.1 Quarterly monitoring of performance from application registration statistical data

·   % processed within 60 processing days

·   % processed within 40 processing days

 

·   0% None were received during the quarter

 

·   37.82%

E1.2

Complying Development Certificate 7 days

E1.2.1 Maximum use of delegated authority and available staff resources

·   % processed within 7 processing days

 

 

·   100%

E1.3

Building Certificates - 14 days

E1.3.1 Maximum use of delegated authority and availability of staff resources

·   % processed within 14 processing days

·   100% inspected and certificate issued or letter issued advising works to be done

E1.4

Carry out 100% of compliance inspections including plumbing and new on-site sewage management systems associated with new developments within 48 hours of inspections being booked

Weekly monitoring of performance from registration statistical data and departmental appointment calendars

·   % inspected within time

 

 

·   100% of compliance inspection carried out within 48 hours of inspections being requested


Principal Activity                   Development & Environmental Services

(E1 Continued)

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)


E1.5

Process Section 149(2) Planning Certificates within 10 working days

E1.5.1 Quarterly monitoring of processing from application registration statistical data

·    Number processed within 10 working days

·    99.34%

E1.6 Keep planning appeals to a minimum

E1.6.1 Quarterly monitoring of statistical data

·    Number of appeals recorded and appeals as % of applications determined

·    1.9% - 1 new Appeal

E1.7

Comply with statutory requirements and responsible administrative practices in the keeping of planning, building and development records

E1.7.1 Quarterly monitoring of statistical data

·    Completion of registrations, referrals, notifications and receipt of internal referrals within target dates

·    100%

E1.8

Development is undertaken to approved standards

E1.8.1 Undertake mandatory inspection of approved developments where notified, to ensure compliance with conditions of consent where Council is the nominated Principle Certifying Authority

 

·      % of applications inspected

·      % of final occupation certificates issued following inspections

·      No evidence of mandatory inspections not being requested or undertaken

·      51 OC’s issued following final inspections

E1.9

Ensure existing buildings/structures achieve the required level of access, fire safety, structural stability and health and amenity, appropriate to their use

E1.9.1 Area surveillance and visual appraisal

E1.9.2 Approvals for places of Public Entertainment and Shared Accommodation

E1.9.3 Change of use applications

·      Notices/Orders issued

 

·      List of approved Place of Public Entertainment and Shared Accommodation

·      No Notices or Orders issued for fire upgrades on existing buildings

·      3 Council buildings still don't have POPE approvals, Pioneer Community centre, Argents Hill & Missabotti Halls

E1.9.4 Fire Safety Audits

E1.9.5 Annual condition assessment

·    Inspections completed by February

 

·    Proposed maintenance program submitted for budget consideration

 

·      Current maintenance program completed

·    Inspection program underway – 5 premises inspected

·    Maintenance program with Engineering Department to finalise with Committees of Management

·    Status of maintenance program unknown

Principal Activity                   Development & Environmental Services

(E1 Continued)

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E1.10

Process Subdivision Certificates within 28 days fully compliance with development consent

E1.10.1 Quarterly monitoring of statistical data

·    % of applications processed

 

·    90%

 


Principal Activity                   Development & Environmental Services

 

Objective                                   E2  To achieve the planning objectives of the Council and those set out in the EP & A Act 1979 the North Coast Regional Environmental Plan and Council's adopted strategies by managing growth that promotes innovative and economically sustainable development that can be serviced at a minimum cost to the community

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Planning & Assessment

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E2.1

Review Council’s Urban Land Release Strategy

E2.1.1 Review Urban Land Release Strategy and prepare Local Growth Management Plan in accordance with draft Mid North Coast Regional Plan

·    Urban Land Release Strategy reviewed and incorporated as part of the Local Growth Management Plan to be prepared by August 2008

·    Completed: Urban Land Release Strategies have been reviewed as part the Structure Plan process and appropriate areas identified in the “Agreed Growth Area” of the draft Mid North Coast Regional Strategy.

·    Underway: The Local Growth Management Plan will comprise three components: residential; rural-residential; and employment lands.

·    Completed: Two (2) draft residential and one (1) draft commercial place based management strategies (Urban Design Strategies), and the draft Rural Residential Strategy have been completed.  The provisions for the Liston and Bowra Streets Precincts were adopted by Council on 18/12/2008.  The Wellington Drive component of the Strategy was deferred.

E2.2

Review Council’s Industrial Land Release Strategy

E2.2.1 Review Industrial Land Release Strategy and prepare new Commercial, Retail & Industrial Employment Lands Strategy

·    Employment Lands Strategy prepared by August 2008 and incorporated as part of the Local Growth Management Plan to be prepared by August 2008

·    Incomplete: The next component of the Local Growth Management Plan is to undertake a study for industrial land (Valla Urban Growth Area and Lower Nambucca).  A brief has been prepared and will be presented to Council in early 2009. Progress stalled pending discussions with properties undertaking studies in the Rural Valla Urban Growth area to determine if they were undertaking a similar study and if not, what contributions they would make towards the study.

E2.3

Consolidate Council’s existing Development Control Plans into one comprehensive document

E2.3.1 Prepare new Shirewide DCP incorporating existing DCP’s

·    Draft prepared and presented to Council by September 2008, exhibited October 2008 and adopted by December 2008

·    Deferred: Due to legislative changes, a consolidated DCP is not required until draft LEP 2008 is ready for gazettal. Other projects have therefore taken priority.

Principal Activity                   Development & Environmental Services

(E2 Continued)

 

E2.4

Review DCP 3 – Residential Development

E2.4.1 Review DCP 3 and prepare new amended Residential Development DCP in accordance with the DCP 3 review undertaken by Sutherland Koshy and in accordance with the recommendations provided by Ruker and Associates Urban Design

·    Draft prepared and presented to Council by June 2008, exhibited July/August 2008 and adopted September 2008

·    Underway: Draft (amended) DCP 3 in final stages of preparation and ready for review by Council at the General Purpose Meeting in March 2009.  A draft copy circularized to Councillors in early 2009. Final preparation of the DCP was interrupted by the introduction of the NSW Housing Code

E2.5

Prepare draft LEP for Valla Urban Growth Area

E2.5.1 Co-ordinate preparation of various studies, master plan and LES required to undertake LEP amendment to rezone land identified in the Valla Urban Growth Area

·    Studies to be undertaken by Council to be completed by October 2008

 

·    Master Plan to be completed by March 2009

 

·    LES to be completed by March 2009

 

·    Draft LEP ready for exhibition by May 2009

 

·    DCP and s94 Plan to be completed by May 2009

·    Completed: Desk-top review of constraints mapping available on Council’s GIS completed by Strategic Planner.

·    Incomplete: More refined constraints mapping being undertaken by consultants on behalf of two (2) property owners.

·    Incomplete: On-going discussions with proponents to ensure Master Plan, LES, LEP, DCP and S94 Plans are prepared in accordance with the recommendations of the Structure Plan.  Report to be presented to Council in early 2009 regarding fee preparation of LES and LEP for the entire study area.

 


Principal Activity                   Development and Environmental Services

 

Objective                                   E3  To develop and implement procedures to enable the effective detection of non-compliance and to ensure compliance and provide clear, reliable and relevant information for Council and the community on the State of the Environment and within approved allocation of resources

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Director Environment & Planning, Manager Planning & Assessment, Manager Health & Building

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E3.1

Prepare annual State of Environment Report or Supplementary Reports

E3.1.1 Consult with Community & key stake, Government Depts Prior to preparation of report

 

E3.1.2 Coordinate impute by staff, community groups and Government agencies

 

E3.1.3 Update statistical information in report

·    Consultation to be completed with key interest groups & community by 31 August annually

 

·    Draft report to be completed 30 September and presented to Council in October annually

 

·    Final report to go on Council's website & submitted to DLG with Council's Management Plan by 28 November annually

·    Completed

 

 

·    Completed

 

 

·    Report submitted to Department by end of November

E3.2

To promote the ecological sustainability of the Shire through identification, preservation, protection, restoration & enhancement of environmentally sensitive areas

E3.2.1 Completion of programs as outlined in annual SoE Report, Estuary Management Plan, Environmental Levy program and community environmental programs that relate to area of responsibility grants and budget allocation

·    Works completed as per approved program & budget allocation

 

·    Monitoring ongoing programs to improve environment

 

·    Work with Community Groups and organisations to achieve positive outcomes in local areas

·    Restore riverbank erosion River Street, Macksville, completed

·    Financial assistance to oyster Growers Water Quality Testing provided from budget allocation

·    Funds for trap and education material for Indian Myna Bird Program with NVLC

·    Newee Creek Water monitoring program Stage 2 underway

E3.3

Promote ecologically sustainable development

E3.3.1 Progressive application of the principles of ESD to Council’s LEP and related environmental policies

 

E3.3.2 Vigorous assessment of Developments to ensure minimum impacts are achieved on built and natural environment as a result of the development

·    Ongoing inclusion in revised and new policies

·    Documents identified where principles included

·     Standard of Development Approvals & condition applied

·    Compliance with development standards & conditions of consent

·    Monitoring of ongoing compliance conditions

 

 

 

·    Ongoing

 

 

·    Enforcement ongoing


Principal Activity                   Housing and Amenities

 

Objective                                   E4  To protect and where possible enhance the natural environment through ensuring a regular, cost effective and environmentally responsible waste management system

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Director Engineering Services

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E4.1

Provision of Kerbside recycling

E4.1.1 Coffs Coast Waste to provide kerbside collection and processing

E4.1.2 Provide local transfer station

·    Kerbside collection of domestic recycling, organics and mixed waste transported to Coffs Harbour for processing and resource recovery

 

·    Transfer and processing of commercial waste stream

 

·    Provision of separate bulk bins or collective areas for each waste type and transfer to Coffs Harbour for processing and resource recovery at Nambucca Waste Facility

·    Completed – now ongoing

 

 

 

 

 

·    Completed – now ongoing

 

 

·    Completed – Roof over Transfer Station in time

E4.2

Maintain an operational local waste facility for non-perishable or inert waste

E4.2.1 Design and construction plans regularly revised for future cell construction

 

E4.2.2 Landfill inert waste locally

 

E4.2.3 Reprocess concrete and masonry and greenwaste

·    Annual review of needs

·    On going

 

 

·    Commenced

 

·    On going – Groundwater subject to DECC

E4.3

Achieve acceptable environmental outcomes for the waste facilities.

E4.3.1 Meet Licence conditions

·    Monitoring results, percent compliance with DECC (EPA) licence.

·    Annual return on going monthly monitoring

E4.4

Rehabilitate filled waste disposal areas.

E4.4.1 Cover cells after being filled to capacity

·    Compliance with licence conditions

·    On going – proposal submitted to DEC


Principal Activity                   Housing and Amenities

 

Objective                                   E5  To maintain and improve urban streets beautification by ensuring that the footpaths and gutters are clean and free of litter

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E5.1

Maintain an acceptable level of street and park cleanliness litter control and street cleaning

E5.1.1 Regular servicing of street and park litter bins

·    Supervisor(s) to inspect and assess standard achieved

·    Serviced daily

E5.1.2 Regular cleaning of commercial areas in Nambucca Heads, Bowraville, Scotts Head, Valla Beach and Macksville

·    Supervisor(s) to inspect and assess standard achieved

·    Serviced daily

E5.1.3 High profile areas swept by specialised vehicle twice per year.

·    Complete in December and May.

·    CBD cleaned by Sweeper Truck in December 2008


Principal Activity                   Housing and Amenities

 

Objective                                   E6  To provide sufficient resources to ensure safe and healthy public convenience

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E6.1

Public Conveniences are clean, healthy and safe and are accessible to the public.

E6.1.1 Daily servicing of public conveniences.

E6.1.2 Quarterly pressure cleaning of public conveniences.

E6.1.3 Respond to Complaints

·    Cleaning recorded in Maintenance Management System

·    Supervisor(s) to inspect and assess standard achieved.

·    Reduction in number of complaints received.

·    Daily running sheets submitted

 

 


Principal Activity                   Housing and Community Amenities

 

Objective                                   E7  To enhance the environment by planting and maintenance of trees on public land

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E7.1

Manage number of trees in streets and parks

E7.1.1 Prepare tree planting program.

·    Submit program to Director Engineering Services for approval

·    Trees planted in accordance with adopted programs

·    Species have minimal impact on assets.

·    Additional street trees proposed for Bowraville, Macksville and Nambucca Heads

 

·    Not yet due (May)

 

·    Guidelines in place

E7.2

Maintain trees in public places to ensure safety of people and minimise property damage

E7.2.1 Inspect and act on dangerous trees

(remove / lop / advise complainant)

·    Inspection within one week of complaint

·    Dangerous trees reported to insurers and Council

·    Inspections carried out as required

E7.2.2 Maintain a register of all unsuitable trees for programmed removal or lopping

·    Maintain or remove based on priorities and available funds on recommended removals

·    Not yet due

E7.2.3 Carry out an annual maintenance program by qualified contractor

·    Program completed by December

·    Not yet due

E7.2.4 Replace trees removed with more appropriate species taking into account location, powerlines, visibility etc.

·    Species meet guidelines of Country Energy and Water and Sewer requirements

·    complying

E7.3

Protect trees from and respond to deliberate damage of trees on public land

E7.3.1 Develop a strategy of public awareness. Reward information resulting in conviction. The issuing of fines.

E7.3.2 Implement strategy to counter vandalism

·    Media Release at least once a year advising of $5,000 reward

·    Reported and/or detected tree damage investigated and actioned including warning letters or fines.

·    Two cases investigated (Parker Street and Wellington Drive, Nambucca Heads


Principal Activity                   Housing and Community Amenities

 

Objective                                   E8  To protect and where possible enhance the natural environment by reducing the pollutant load on creeks and rivers by implementing the Stormwater Management Plan

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E8.1

Maintain Gross Pollutant Traps (GPT) provided on main drainage lines.

E8.1.1 Stormwater treatment devices inspected after every 100mm of rain or every month, which ever comes first and undertake programmed maintenance

·    Inspection undertaken and recorded in Maintenance Management System

·    Gross pollutant traps cleaned and debris removed at intervals not exceeding 90 days

·    Not yet due

·    In July traps cleaned at E J Biffin Playing Fields, Tourist Office and Beer Creek


Principal Activity                   Housing and Community Amenities

 

Objective                                   E9  To protect the health of the community and viability of agricultural land from the invasion of land by noxious weeds

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

E9.1

Control noxious weeds on private land

E9.1.1 Inspector to physically visit properties and if required letter of advice, Section 18 or 20 Notice issued or fine imposed

·    Inspect minimum number of properties per annum as required by grant conditions.

·    Inspections ongoing

E9.2

Control noxious weeds on Council controlled land

E9.2.1 Inspect Council owned land as required and utilise appropriate control methods to reduce noxious weeds

·    Net reduction in noxious weed infestations

 

·    Compliance with Pesticides Use Notification Plan.

·    Detailed mapping not available

E9.2.2 Map areas of infestation

·    Location of noxious weeds input in GIS system

·    As above

E9.2.3 Apply for Noxious Weeds Grant

·    Noxious Weed Grant application submitted in May

·    Not yet required

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Economic Development – Today and Tomorrow

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

 

Principal Activity                   Economic Affairs

 

Objective                                   ED1  Represent the Nambucca Shire Council & Nambucca Valley Tourism Association as the member for the shire sitting on the Regional Tourist Organisations committee to promote the Council area as a desirable tourist or visitor destination. Provide an efficient and relative tourism information

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            General Manager/Manager Business Development

·    ·   

·    ·   

·    ·   

Active and supportive participation in local and regional marketing and events

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

ED1.1

Ensure the services of the Visitor Information Centre are well utilised.

ED1.1.1 Coordinate the tourism admin officer to continually update displays and presentation material at the VIC.

Increased visitation and enquiries to the Centre.

Maita van Stockum appointed as tourism co-ordinator permanent part time.  Nambucca Valley Tourism have appointed a part time marketing officer.  As a consequence of the “O’Neill Report”, additional funding for marketing being sought from the State Government via Mid North Coast Regional Tourism.  Manager Business Development developing & Coordinating marketing plans

ED1.1.2 Promote booking services

ED1.1.3 Train and support VIC Volunteers
ED1.1.4 Develop visitors guides & marketing material for the (VIC)
ED1.2

ED1.2.1 Provide professional development support in coordination and expansion of local events and festivals

·    Expansion of existing and development of new events and festivals

Additional resources being applied to marketing by Nambucca Valley Tourism.

ED1.2.2 Encourage participation of tourist association in promotions and events that advertise and promote tourism for Shire.

·    Promotional material distributed

·    Events attended

Nambucca Valley Tourism are adopting a more proactive approach to marketing.

ED1.2.3 Contribute to and participate in regional tourism activites/events

·    Participate in regional activities/events

·    Council staff are attending usual trade shows and regional tourism meetings

·    Assisting the Nambucca Valley Tourism Association in developing new marketing collateral and marketing plans/budgets for 2009

·    Preparing marketing strategy and budget for $ for $ marketing Partnership with Tourism New South Wales.  Also regional treasurer of Regional Tourism Organisations Committee

 


Principal Activity                   Economic Affairs

 

Objective                                   ED2  To foster local employment opportunities and economic self-sufficiency by promoting the Council area as a desirable location for economic development

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Business Development

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

ED2.1 Attract new business

ED2.1.1 Service all business and investment enquiries received.

ED2.1.2 Seek out and encourage new investment opportunities.

·    Number enquiries received

 

·    Business and employment opportunities created

·    Assist existing business to grow within the Sire

·    New Tyre Recycling Business enquiry

·    New Macadamia Waste Recycle Business into stock feed – set up and established

·    21 Hectares of industrial land in the Shire to be promoted for business establishment

ED2.2 Provide quality business information to promote and expand Economic Development.

ED2.2.1 Maintain database of economic information and development opportunities

ED2.2.2Develop economic development information service on Website.

ED2.2.3 Maintain and expand various brochures, kits, promotional material for business and industry development.

·    Database current

 

·    Maintain & update Website developed.

 

·    Material relevant and distributed.

Grant funding achieved from DSRD.  $20,000 to renew all Economic Development collateral 2009 Economic Profile completed.  New marketing material shire wide

ED2.3 Liaise with business and industry with the Shire to assist their sustainability and growth.

ED2.3.1 Maintain links with Department of State and Regional Development and develop links with other relevant government and non Government organisations.

ED2.3.2 Regular meetings with existing business.

·    Existing relationships maintained and new networks established.

 

·    Meetings held

Ongoing Cluster Meetings with the Vehicle Industry and Manufacture Nambucca Network for niche manufactures.  Good working relationship with DSRD, AusIndustry and Economic Development Australia (ACC)

ED2.4 Participate in local and regional promotions etc.

ED2.4.1 Attend relevant festivals, events, promotions and exhibitions.

·    Attendance or relevant events etc.

 

Economic Development and Tourism are preparing a Marketing Plan and Tradeshow Strategy to gain funding from DSRD and Tourism New South Wales $ for $


 

 

Principal Activity    Economic Affairs

ED2 Continued

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

ED2.5 Apply for and secure grant funding from other State and Federal government agencies for project development within the shire. Grants Officer – Manager Business Development

ED2.5.1 Search for and apply for grant funding to fund development projects within the shire.

ED2.5.2 Train the community organisations by workshop/ seminars to apply for available grant funding from other government agencies.

 

·    Number of grants secured

 

·    Financial amount of funds gained

 

·    Number of successful community grants delivered

·    MBD will continue to work with DSRD and Economic Development Australia for Business and Industry related funding grant opportunities for Manufacturing, Innovation/Inventions and Industry Development Initiatives

·    Grants Officer active in assisting community groups secure grant funding from other State and Federal grant funding bodies

ED2.6 Further develop Macksville cattle sales yards – Manager Business Development

ED2.6.1 Continue to develop and improve the condition of Macksville sales yards.

 

ED2.6.2 Continue to achieve high workplace OH&S standards at the facility.

·    Install new shade sails over the cattle yards implemented

·    Improvements to sale yards area continue

·    Effluent pumpout and treatment to be installed

Maintenance, repairs and budgets for the implementation of effluent pump infrastructure has been fully scoped with an implementation plan developed.  Set up of Sales Yards Advisory Committee being developed and a survey of users to be conducted over the next three years

 

ED2. Funding for Skills Centre

 

Find recurrent Funding options for the development and sustainability of the Industry Skills Centre Development

·    Funding secured

·    Secured $2.2M for the construction and have approached private enterprise to support recurrent funding and sponsorship

·    Funding ongoing to gain financial support and sponsorship from local business and community - $74,000 of $130,000 has been raised to date.  Abi Group have been approached as a partner in the Skills Centre development

 


Principal Activity                   Economic Affairs

 

Objective                                   ED3  Ensure a diversity of residential and industrial and throughout the Shire to meet all growth demand

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Business Development -  Property Officer

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

ED3.1

Maintain adequate supply of land stock for residential and industrial development

ED3.1.1 Review land stock and identify good quality real estate for development

·    Land stock

 

·    Land sales

·    Marketing for sale of properties at Gumma Road, Jellico Street, Macksville and Hyland Park to commence with a view for sale before 30 June 2009

·    Tender process for Pioneer Community Centre, Bowraville to commence February 2009 for report to Council April 2009

ED3.2

Prepare and report to development proposals for Councils owned land to council.

ED3.2.1 Review existing land stock, identify impediments for development and prepare for sale.

·    Land ready for sale or future development.

·    Jellico Street remediation complete, certificate for use of land will be forthcoming

·    Gumma Road, building envelope will be identified for registration on Deposited Plan, contamination and remediation investigation to be confined to building envelop to reduce costs

·    E J Biffin proposed subdivision and sale to Nambucca Valley Bridge Club, awaiting new valuation

·    Investigating sale of road reserve lots on Seaview, Shale Streets and Riverside Drive, Nambucca Heads

ED3.3

Prepare Hyland Park residential subdivision for sale

ED3.3.1 Prepare a modification to the development application for the subdivision layout.

ED3.3.2 Engineering to provide a services plan for the modified subdivision plan.

ED3.3.3 Clear all trees and prepare for roads and property development.

·    Developed subdivision by December 2008.

·    Modification to consent now approved.  Preparation underway for sale of Hyland Park as a single parcel

·    An ecologist to be engaged to oversee land clearing in preparation for sale

 

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Infrastructure - Today and Tomorrow

 


General Purpose Committee - 18 February 2009

Quarterly Review - Performance Targets Achievements to 31 December 2008

Attachment 1

555/2009 - Quarterly Review - Performance Targets - 31 December 2008

 

Principal Activity             Recreation and Culture

 

Objective                             I1  To provide and maintain parks, gardens, playgrounds and sporting fields that satisfy the active and passive needs of the community

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER      Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I1.1

Maintain sporting grounds to service existing needs

I1.1.1 Maintain playing surfaces to an acceptable standard by mowing, aeration and fertilisation.

·    Accomplishment recorded in Maintenance Management System

 

·    Review with the Committee of Management

·    Daily running sheets submitted

·    Committee requested that Buz Brazel and E J Biffin not be done.  Macksville completed.

I1.2

Parks meet the passive recreational needs to the community

I1.2.1 Playgrounds are maintained in a safe condition and conform to Australian Standards

·    No inspection more than 12 months old

 

·    Damaged equipment repaired, closed, removed or replaced as appropriate

·    Completed

 

·    Emily Pass Park equipment removed

I1.2.2 Parks maintained to an acceptable standard.

·      Maintenance program completed

 

·      Emergency repairs carried out

·      Repairs carried out as required


Principal Activity                   Recreation and Culture

 

Objective                                   I2  To provide safe and healthy swimming pool and facilities within allocated resources

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            General Manager/Manager Business Development

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I2.1

Maintain water quality

I2.1.1 Testing and recording of water a minimum of twice per day

·    Test results compared to Health Department Standards / Guidelines

·    Chlorine test conducted minimum twice daily

·    Analytical reports conducted monthly

I2.2

·    Improve pool facilities and maintenance requirements

·    Seek repairs to Hydro Pool roof, skylights, flashing from Cenxxx Constructions

·    Seek a new engineered design solar heating system through negotiations with Country Energy and GHD as a compensation claim installation warranty

·    Seek a new engineered design for pool ventilation system for Hydro Pool

·    Develop a tender specification for the pool complex for the lease, management of the Aquatic Centre to be implemented by June 2009

I2.2.1 Asset Management Plan

 

·    Ongoing improvement funding

 

·    Meet OH&S Standards and WorkCover safety requirements

 

·     Pool blanket installed July/August 2008 - completed

·     New stairs to clubhouse - completed

·     Upgrade to Chemical store to be completed in December 2008 – ongoing

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I2.3

Water safety guidelines

I2.3.1 Seasonal review of Management Plan with pool management

·    Compliance with State guidelines and legislation

·    Safety Audit completed September 2008

·    Recommendations being implemented throughout course of season

 

 


Principal Activity                   Transport and Communication

 

Objective                                   I3  To maintain and develop the urban and rural road network

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I3.1

Rural road bitumen sealed network to be maintained in accordance with the Road Hierarchy Policy

I3.1.1 Pavements inspected to monitor maintenance requirements

 

 

 

 

I3.1.2 Pavements inspected to determine the condition rating for use in setting forward plans and future financial commitments.

 

 

 

 

I3.1.3 Completed maintenance works are recorded in a Maintenance Management System

·    Programmed Maintenance carried out

 

·    Emergency maintenance carried out with a priority for roads with high traffic counts

 

·    No rating older than 12 months.

 

·    Review the forward plans by February each year for adoption in the next budget.

 

·    A rolling program of traffic counts is carried out to provide data on priorities based on use.

 

·    Staff submit weekly reports with timesheets.

 

·      Recorded in Maintenance Management System (MMS)

 

·      Condition rating survey (December) undertaken by AARB

 

·      Counts taken progressively around the Shire

 

·      Daily running sheets submitted

I3.2

Rural road gravel network to be maintained in accordance with the Road Hierarchy Policy.

 

I3.2.1 Pavements inspected to monitor maintenance requirements

 

 

 

 

I3.2.2 Completed maintenance works are recorded in a Maintenance Management System

 

 

·    Programmed Maintenance carried out

 

·    Emergency maintenance carried out with a priority for roads with high traffic counts

 

·    A rolling program of traffic counts is carried out to provide data on priorities based on use.

 

·    Staff submit weekly reports with timesheets.

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·    As above


 

Principal Activity         Transport and Communication

(I3 Continued)

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I3.3

Urban streets to be maintained in accordance with the Road Hierarchy Policy

I3.3.1 Pavements inspected to monitor maintenance requirements

 

 

 

 

 

I3.3.2 Pavements inspected to determine the condition rating for use in setting forward plans and future financial commitments.

 

 

 

 

I3.3.3 Completed maintenance works are recorded in a Maintenance Management System

 

·    Programmed Maintenance carried out.

 

·    Emergency maintenance carried out with a priority for roads with high traffic counts

 

·    No rating older than 12 months.

 

·    Review the forward plans by February each year for adoption in the next budget.

 

·    A rolling program of traffic counts is carried out to provide data on priorities based on use.

 

·    Staff submit weekly reports with timesheets.

·    As above

I3.4

Bridges

I3.4.1 Bridges are inspected completely every 2 years to determine the bridge condition and the risk rating to set forward plans.

 

I3.4.1 Bridges in poor condition (4 and 5) are inspected every year to ensure adequate maintenance is provided.

 

I3.4.2 Bridges with load limits are inspected 3 times a year to ensure that they remain safe to use.

·    Record the inspections in the Asset Register.

 

·    Review the forward plans by February each year for adoption in the next budget.

 

·    Record the inspections in the Asset Register.

 

·    Annual inspections completed

 

 

·    Not yet due recorded

I3.5

Road Construction

I3.5.3 Only undertake the extension of the bitumen road network for sections that can be demonstrated to have undergone a significant change that warrants expenditure.

·    Review changes in the road network by February each year to determine if any road construction sites have priority over maintenance.

 

·    Two short sections included in the budget due to high maintenance – Browns Crossing Road and Clayholes Road.  Completed

Principal Activity                   Transport and Communication

 

Objective                                   I4  To maintain and extend the footpath network

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I4.1

Render footpaths safe for use by pedestrians

I4.1.1 Carry out annual inspections of 100% of footpath network

·    Inspections completed and details recorded in Maintenance Management System..

·    Inspections completed.  Data being input.  Limited resources

I4.1.2 Prepare a list of reconstruction priorities

·    Priorities presented to Council in conjunction with annual budget

·    Next review due in February 2009

I4.1.3 Maintenance program to address damaged section and trips

·    Progressive improvement of path network.

·    Programs underway in Cooper and River Streets, Macksville

I4.1.4 Emergencies

·    Inspect within 24 hours

·    Listed on Customer Service Request and inspection staff notified

I4.2

Provide new footpaths in high usage areas

I4.2.1 Construct the adopted program

·    List projects completed quarterly

·    Matilda Street, Macksville – Programmed for February 2009

I4.3

Maintain footpaths within CBD areas in a clean and aesthetically pleasing condition.

I4.3.1 Pressure clean footpaths once a year in Bowraville, Macksville and Nambucca Heads CBD’s.

·    Pressure cleaning completed in November

·    Partly incomplete


Principal Activity                   Transport and Communication

 

Objective                                   I5  To provide carparking areas that are well maintained and adequate in number

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I5.1

Provide adequate number of spaces

I5.1.1 Ensure new developments provide required number of car spaces as per Council’s off-street parking code

 

I5.1.2 Prepare long term parking plan for Central Business areas

·    Car park space numbers greater than or equal to Council’s off-street parking code

 

·    Car parking strategy plan incorporated into a Section 94 contribution plan

·    Ongoing with conditions placed on developments

I5.2

Maintain carpark

I5.2.1 Provide biannual remarking of lines and regular intermediate inspections

 

I5.2.2 repair bitumen surface

 

I5.2.3 Maintain landscaping by weeding and replanting as necessary

·    Complete no later than December biannually or as necessary

 

·    Pothole patch at least bimonthly

 

·    Maintained twice a year by September and March.

·    Not yet required

 

·    Patched as required

 

·    Ongoing maintenance

 

 


Principal Activity                   Transport and Communication

 

Objective                                   I6  To provide shelters to protect bus commuters from extreme weather and provide bus standing areas clear of carriageway at school bus stops on Rural sealed roads

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I6.1

Install shelters at all locations where the minimum number of commuters is ten (10)

I6.1.1 Annual review based on statistics from bus operators.

·    Minimum of two new shelters provided annually if required

·    List for last quarter

 


Principal Activity                   Transport and Communication

 

Objective                                   I7  That Council provide and maintain sufficient boat ramps to meet community expectations

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Civil Works

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I7.1

Maintain ramps in operational condition

I7.1.1 Monthly inspection

 

I7.1.2 Repair damage to concrete surface by August

 

I7.1.3 Pressure clean ramps on a monthly basis

·    Inspection carried out and recorded in Maintenance Management System

 

·    Maintenance completed by August

 

·    Monthly cleaning completed and accomplishment recorded in Maintenance Management System

·    Inspections recorded

·    Nil required

·    Program ongoing

 


Principal Activity                   Water Supply

 

Objective                                   I8  To ensure the community has access to water supply that meets current and future demand

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Water and Sewerage

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I8.1

Provide a cost effective water supply system at equitable charges

I8.1.1Regular maintenance and improvements to the system

·    Annual operating cost/connection are competitive in the Local Government Comparators

 

·    Average annual account / connection are competitive in the Local Government Comparators

·    Councils operating costs & charges are competitive in comparison to other similar sized Councils

I8.2

Provide a quality water service

I8.2.1 Effective treatment and maintenance of the system

 

I8.2.2 Timely responses to emergencies

·    100% compliance with Microbiological, chemical and Pesticide Guidelines

 

·    Staff arrive within 2 hours

·    Compliance obtained – 2 advisory notes issued for samples with presence of total coliforms

 

·    Emergency response times satisfactory

I8.3

Provide for future growth

I8.3.1 Construction of new infrastructure that caters for growth

·    New urban developments are able to be serviced.

·    Water supply is available to all new subdivision areas

I8.3.2 Construction of off-stream water storage

·    Progress made against the Project Development Plan.

·    Work has proceeded to pre-construction phase – borefield investigation, TIA, concept and detailed design

 


Principal Activity                   Sewerage

 

Objective                                   I9  To ensure that the community has a sewerage service that collects and treats waste now and into the future

 

RESPONSIBLE OFFICER            Manager Water and Sewerage

 

 

 

Strategy

 

Action

 

MEASUREMENT TOOLS & KPI’s

Achievement

(Options completed or incomplete with status comment)

I9.1

Provide a cost effective sewerage service at equitable charges

I9.1.1 Regular maintenance and improvements to the system

·    Annual operating costs/connection are competitive in the Local Government Comparators

 

·    Average annual account/connection are competitive in the Local Government Comparators

 

·    Council operating costs and charges are competitive in comparison to other similar sized Councils

I9.2

Provide a quality sewerage service and protection of the environment