NAMBUCCA

SHIRE COUNCIL

 


Ordinary Council Meeting

AGENDA ITEMS

20 January 2011

 

Council has adopted the following Vision and Mission Statements to describe its philosophy and to provide a focus for the principal activities detailed in its Management Plan.

 

Our Vision

Nambucca Valley ~ Living at its best.

 

Our? Mission Statement

 

?The Nambucca Valley will value and protect its natural environment, maintain its assets and infrastructure and develop opportunities for its people.?

 

Our Values in Delivery

?                Effective leadership

?                Strategic direction

?                Sustainability of infrastructure and assets

?                Community involvement and enhancement through partnerships with Council

?                Enhancement and protection of the environment

?                Maximising business and employment opportunities through promotion of economic development

?                Addressing social and cultural needs of the community through partnerships and provision of facilities and services

?                Actively pursuing resource sharing opportunities

 

Council Meetings:? Overview and Proceedings

 

Council meetings are held on the first and third Thursday of each month commencing at 5.30 pm.? Council meetings are held in the Council Chamber at Council's Administration Centre?44 Princess Street, Macksville.

 

How can a Member of the Public Speak at a Council Meeting?

 

1??????? Addressing Council with regard to an item on the meeting agenda:

 

Members of the public are welcome to attend meetings and address the Council.? Registration to speak may be made by telephone or in person before 2.00 pm on a meeting day.? The relevant agenda item will be brought forward at 5.30 pm in agenda order, and dealt with following preliminary business items on the agenda.? Public addresses are limited to five (5) minutes per person with a limit of two people speaking for and two speaking against an item.?

 

2??????? Public forum address regarding matters not on the meeting agenda:

 

Council allows not more than two (2) members of the public per meeting to address it on matters not listed in the agenda provided the request is received before publication of the agenda and the subject of the address is disclosed and recorded on the agenda.

 

Speakers should address issues and refrain from making personal attacks or derogatory remarks.? You must treat others with respect at all times.

 

Meeting Agenda

 

These are available from the Council's Administration Building, the Regional Libraries in Macksville and Nambucca Heads as well as Council?s website: www.nambucca.nsw.gov.au


 

NAMBUCCA SHIRE COUNCIL

 

Ordinary Council Meeting - 20 January 2011

 

Acknowledgement of Country????????? ? (Mayor)

 

I would like to acknowledge the Gumbaynggirr people who are the Traditional Custodians of this Land.? I would also like to pay respect to the elders both past and present and extend that respect to any Aboriginal People present.

 

AGENDA?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Page

 

1??????? APOLOGIES

2??????? PRAYER

3??????? DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST

4??????? CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES ? Ordinary Council Meeting - 16 December 2010

5??????? Notices of Motion

5.1???? Notice of Motion - Forming of a Super Council ?

6??????? PUBLIC FORUM

David Rauchle - Concerning Outstanding Rates and Charges

7??????? ASKING OF QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE ??

8??????? QUESTIONS FOR CLOSED MEETING WHERE DUE NOTICE HAS BEEN RECEIVED

9??????? General Manager Report

9.1???? Outstanding Actions and Reports

9.2???? Local Government (State) Award 2010

9.3???? Compulsory Acquisition of Lot 10 253771 and Lot 561 DP 1133897 - Old RTA Depot Site Nambucca Heads.

9.4???? Grant Applications Status Report to 4 January 2011

9.5???? Museum Advisor Program - Annual Report & Renewal of Grant Funding Agreement

9.6???? Ballina Shire Council - Request for Contribution towards Legal Expenses

9.7???? Unkya Reserve Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 12 September 2010

9.8???? Nambucca Valley Netball Assoc Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 9 November 2010

9.9???? Utungun Community Centre Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 8 November 2010

9.10?? Taylors Arm Hall Committee of Management - Minutes of the Annual General Meeting - 3 December 2010

9.11?? Emergency Services Contributions 2010/2011 - Representations by the Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW

9.12?? Healthy Communities Initiative - Potential Grant Application

9.13?? Investment Report to 31 December 2010

10????? Director Environment and Planning Report

10.1?? Outstanding DA's greater than 12 months, applications where submissions received not determined to 10 January 2011

10.2?? DA's and CDC's Received and Determined under Delegated Authority 10 January 2011

10.3?? DEP Applications and Statistical Reports July 2010-June 2011, 2002-2010 and Certificates Received 2004-2010

10.4?? Contract Regulatory Officer's Report December 2010

10.5?? Further Consideration of Modification to DA 2009/119/02

10.6?? Access Committee Minutes Report of meeting held 23 November 2010


11????? Director Engineering Services Report

11.1?? Minutes of the Nambucca Emergency Operations Centre Committee - 8 December 2010

11.2?? Nambucca Shire Traffic Committee Meeting Minutes - 8 December 2010

11.3?? Natural Disaster - Restoration of Bellingen Road Bowraville

11.4?? Tender No T41011MNC Supply and Delivery of Bulk Cationic Rapid Setting Bitumen Emulsion ?

12????? General Purpose Committee 19 January 2011 - REPORT

12.1?? September 2010 Budget Review (8.1 )

12.2?? Presentation of Flood Study Peer Review for the Pacific Highway Bypass of Macksville by the RTA (9.1 ) ??

13????? General Manager's Summary of Items to be Discussed in Closed Meeting

13.1?? Tender No T41011MNC Supply and Delivery of Bulk Cationic Rapid Setting Bitumen Emulsion

It is recommended that the Council resolve into closed session with the press and public excluded to allow consideration of this item, as provided for under Section 10A(2) (d) of the Local Government Act, 1993, on the grounds that the report contains commercial information of a confidential nature that would, if disclosed (i) prejudice the commercial position of the person who supplied it; or (ii) confer a commercial advantage on a competitor of the Council; or (iii) reveal a trade secret.

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??????????? a????? Questions raised by Councillors at 8 above

 

?????? i???????? MOTION TO CLOSE THE MEETING

?????? ii??????? PUBLIC VERBAL REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING PROPOSAL

???? TO CLOSE

?????? iii?????? CONSIDERATION OF PUBLIC REPRESENTATIONS

?????????????????? iv??????? DEAL WITH MOTION TO CLOSE THE MEETING

14????? MEETING CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC

15????? REVERT TO OPEN MEETING FOR DECISIONS IN RELATION TO ITEMS DISCUSSED IN CLOSED MEETING.

 

????????? GENERAL PURPOSE COMMITTEE MEETING ? 19 January 2011

 

 


NAMBUCCA SHIRE COUNCIL

 

 

DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST AT MEETINGS

 

 

Name of Meeting:

 

Meeting Date:

 

Item/Report Number:

 

Item/Report Title:

 

 

 

I

 

declare the following interest:

????????? (name)

 

 

 

 

Pecuniary ? must leave chamber, take no part in discussion and voting.

 

 

 

Non Pecuniary ? Significant Conflict ? Recommended that Councillor/Member leaves chamber, takes no part in discussion or voting.

 

 

Non-Pecuniary ? Less Significant Conflict ? Councillor/Member may choose to remain in Chamber and participate in discussion and voting.

 

For the reason that

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signed

 

Date

 

 

 

 

 

Council?s Email Address ? council@nambucca.nsw.gov.au

 

Council?s Facsimile Number ? (02) 6568 2201

 

(Instructions and definitions are provided on the next page).

 


Definitions

 

(Local Government Act and Code of Conduct)

 

 

Pecuniary ? An interest that a person has in a matter because of a reasonable likelihood or expectation of appreciable financial gain or loss to the person or another person with whom the person is associated.

(Local Government Act, 1993 section 442 and 443)

 

A Councillor or other member of a Council Committee who is present at a meeting and has a pecuniary interest in any matter which is being considered must disclose the nature of that interest to the meeting as soon as practicable.

 

The Council or other member must not take part in the consideration or discussion on the matter and must not vote on any question relating to that matter. (Section 451).

 

 

Non-pecuniary ? A private or personal interest the council official has that does not amount to a pecuniary interest as defined in the Act (for example; a friendship, membership of an association, society or trade union or involvement or interest in an activity and may include an interest of a financial nature).

 

If you have declared a non-pecuniary conflict of interest you have a broad range of options for managing the conflict.? The option you choose will depend on an assessment of the circumstances of the matter, the nature of your interest and the significance of the issue being dealt with.? You must deal with a non-pecuniary conflict of interest in at least one of these ways.

 

?        It may be appropriate that no action is taken where the potential for conflict is minimal.? However, council officials should consider providing an explanation of why they consider a conflict does not exist.

?        Limit involvement if practical (for example, participate in discussion but not in decision making or visa-versa).? Care needs to be taken when exercising this option.

?        Remove the source of the conflict (for example, relinquishing or divesting the personal interest that creates the conflict or reallocating the conflicting duties to another officer).

?        Have no involvement by absenting yourself from and not taking part in any debate or voting on the issue as if the provisions in section 451(2) of the Act apply (particularly if you have a significant non-pecuniary conflict of interest).

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

Notice of Motion

ITEM 5.1????? SF1595??????????? 200111???????? Notice of Motion - Forming of a Super Council

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Michael Moran OAM, Councillor ????????

 

Summary:

 

Nambucca Shire Council start the progress of talking to other councils about forming a super council like Port Macquarie to Coffs Harbour with Kempsey, Nambucca and Bellingen in the middle.

 

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Nambucca Shire Council start the progress of talking to other councils about forming a super council like Port Macquarie to Coffs Harbour with Kempsey, Nambucca and Bellingen in the middle.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

Social

 

Economic

 

Risk

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

 

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report. ?????


Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.1????? SF959????????????? 200111???????? Outstanding Actions and Reports

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Michael Coulter, General Manager ????????

 

Summary:

 

The following table is a report on all outstanding resolutions and questions from Councillors (except development consents, development control plans & local environmental plans). Matters which are simply noted or received, together with resolutions adopting rates, fees and charges are not listed as outstanding actions. Where matters have been actioned they are indicated with strikethrough and then removed from the report to the following meeting. Please note that the status comments have been made one week before the Council meeting.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That the list of outstanding actions and reports be noted and received for information by Council.

 

 

 

No

FILE

NO

COUNCIL

MEETING

SUMMARY OF MATTER

ACTION

BY

STATUS


OCTOBER 2008

 

1

RF256

 

16/10/08

Notice of Motion - Riverbank Erosion - Riverside Drive Nambucca Heads ? report re geotechnical engineers re stability of Riverside Drive

Final report assessed.? Maintenance recommendation included in works program.? There are a number of existing stormwater inlet pits within the study area which require maintenance.? These pits are blocked with vegetation and debris both within the pit and in the grate and lintel, grates are broken, and lintels are broken, reducing the inlet capacity of each pit.? Maintenance and repair of these pits will at least ensure each pit is functioning to its capacity.

DES

 

Catchment Assessment:

Phase 2 analysis of pipeline from Bismark to Nambucca Streets authorised.? Not expected to be completed until 31 July 2010.

 

GHD advise that ground survey completed.? Capacity analysis starts end of July 2010.

 

Options report received detail design and costing by 26 November 2010.

 

Report on land slips including Riverside Drive with costing and priorities for works program to Council in February 2011.

 

 

JULY 2009

 

2

SF1272

16/07/09

Council consider as a first priority the provision of a data link and adequate server for backup in the quarterly review.? That Council consider suitable remote office space to house disaster recovery equipment at the quarterly review.

 

GM

Report to meeting on 19/11/09.

Deferred to December 2009.

Quotes being sought for fibre optic link to the Library.? Will report when quotes are in.

Indefinitely delayed due to workload, illness and completion of Civica (Authority) implementation.

Provision made in Budget for 2010/11.

IT Support Officer now proceeding with implementation.? Work underway.

 

 

AUGUST 2009

 

3

SF544

20/08/09

Council adopt the Draft Bellwood Local Roads and Traffic Infrastructure Developer Contribution Plan and review within 12 months.

 

GM

September 2010.

Plan currently being reviewed.

Deferred to October 2010.

Not completed ? deferred to November 2010.

MANEX agreed to rehabilitate Bellwood between Pacific Hwy & Mumbler St with existing contributions.

To be included in Works Program for 2011/2012.

 


 

OCTOBER 2009

 

4

SF1075

15/10/09

Council review staffing requirements & costs for CCP milestones as well as the savings made in 12 months time.

 

DES

October 2010.

?Planet Footprint? engaged for 1 year at a cost of $3,450 to report on energy consumption by site and also to negotiate lower tariff for halls and museums with Country Energy.? Their first report will be to the October 2010 meeting.

Information not received at business paper deadline.

 

1st quarterly report received - to be reported to Jan 2011 GPC.

Deferred to February 2011.

 

JANUARY 2010

 

5

SF839

21/01/10

General Manager and Directors be reminded to report on potential revotes at quarterly reviews.

 

GM

On-going.

 

 

 

 

MARCH 2010

 

6

SF820

20/05/10

Quarterly performance review be presented to Clrs for comment at the first Council meeting of the month; with comments to be received by the next business paper deadline; and with the Performance review + Councillors comments to be considered at the following GPC.? Also dot points be replaced with no?s & an electronic copy to be provided to those Councillors who want it.

 

GM

On-going

 

 

 

7

SF46

20/05/10

Council consider becoming a member of the NSW Cemetery and Crematoria Association in 12 months time.

 

DEP

Report in May 2011.

 

JULY 2010

 

8

SF755

15/07/10

That Council defer a decision on demolition of the old amenities at Coronation Park to allow the Junior and Senior Rugby League Clubs to put their proposed business plan to Council explaining the uses, and how the work and ongoing maintenance is to be funded.

 

DES

Awaiting response from Clubs by the Committee of Management.

Committee submitted proposal for retention of amenities.

Report deferred to November to allow for further consultation with the clubs.

Clubs finalising their position.

Nothing heard from clubs ? deadline for response 17 January 2011.

 

 

9

SF638

15/07/10

Council formulate a plan of management for land which is occupied by the Valla Beach Pre-School.

 

GM

Scheduled for October 2010.

Deferred to November 2010.

Pre School unable to secure an easement over adjoining land for maintenance of bushfire buffer.? Plan of Management to be prepared following resolution of Pre School extensions.

 

 

10

SF218

15/07/10

Council review investigations to extend sewer to the Lower Nambucca and investigate effluent disposal issues in Eungai.

 

GM/

DEP

Letter sent to owners in Lower Nambucca.? Briefing and discussion with property owners to be arranged.

DEP to investigate Eungai.

De Groot Benson contacted concerning a meeting date in February 2011.

 

 


 

SEPTEMBER 2010

11

SF1471, SF611

2/9/2010

Write to Minister for Local Govt requesting that the LG (manufactured Home Estates etc) Regulation 2005 be amended to require proposals to locate new dwellings in caravan parks to be notified to council prior to placement

 

DEP

Letter sent on 10/9/2010.

 

No response as at 26/10/2010.

Response received from Minister for Local Government 5 November 2010 advising that the matter has been referred to the Minister for Planning for consideration. See Trim document 27096/2010.

No response from Minister for Planning as at 10/1/11.

 

12

SF725

16/09/10

Council write to Minister for Roads, RTA and Local Traffic Committee re review of speed limit on Pacific Highway b/w Nambucca Heads and Burkes Lane and a median barrier.? Also Traffic Committee be asked to declare section a black spot.

 

GM

DES

Letters? sent on 20/10/2010

 

Listed for Traffic Committee 5 October 2010.

 

Listed for December 2010 meeting.

 

See minutes in report 20/1/2011.

13

SF741

16/09/10

That a further report on the Paveline operations be prepared for the half year July 2010 to December 2010 for comparison with the same period in the previous year.

 

DES

Report in February 2011

14

SF741

16/09/10

Council pursue the potential of recovering the cost (of the enlarged sludge lagoon at the Nambucca Heads STP) from the Public Works Department.

 

GM

Contracts have been reviewed and a letter containing a claim has been sent to the PWD on 29 September 2010.? Response received from PWD on 11 October denying liability.? Meeting to be held on 28 October 2010.? Awaiting finalisation of a design for bank of sludge lagoon.

 

Council?s solicitor, Terry Perkins has been instructed to act on Council?s behalf in pursuing the claim.

OCTOBER 2010

15

SF878

7/10/10

Mid North Weight of Loads Group ? further information to be provided on the Group?s activities.

 

DES

Listed for November 2010.

 

Waiting for additional data.? Deferred to Dec 2010.

 

Information not received.? Deferred to Feb 2011.

 

16

SF394

21/10/10

Council be provided with advice on details of transfer of funds from ANZ to UBS Wealth Management Australia Ltd.

 

GM

Report to meeting on 18 November 2010.? Advice received on terminating the Macquarie Bank managed fund.?

CPG has now confirmed Council?s assumption that the UBS CMT is a managed fund and notwithstanding it is a settlement account for transacting purposes only, it would be in breach of the Minister?s orders.? CPG have had meetings with UBS to discuss possible alternatives.? Initially, CPG thought the most likely outcome would be that funds would be swept out daily to either Council?s external bank account or an at call cash account.? CPG to advise all their council clients of action to remedy the problem.

 

17

SF1031

21/10/10

New policies be reported back to Council for determination.

 

GM

January 2011.

IPR current priority. Deferred to March 2011.

18

SF593

21/10/10

Council make urgent representations to the Minister for Education re urgent attention to drainage and safety issues at the Nambucca Heads High School and Frank Partridge VC Primary School grounds.

 

DES

Letter sent 27 October 2010.

 

Acknowledgement letter received.

 

Letter sent to school thanking the class.? Dept of Educ have commenced work.

NOVEMBER 2010

19

SF1471

04/11/10

That a Saleyard seminar be held for the community after Council has received the report from Council?s Property Officer and prior to making any final decision on the future of the Saleyards.

 

GM

Report scheduled for December 2010.

 

Report scheduled for January 2011.

 

Property Officer to write to CMA requesting funds for improving Saleyards effluent issue.

 

Awaiting response from CMA.

 

20

SF382

18/11/10

Council approach LPMA with a proposed change to Scotts Head Master Plan ? sketch plan showing 23 sites.? LPMA to discuss at a GPC.? Draft Plan of Management to re-categorise Adin Street Reserve as General Community Use to be placed on exhibition. Report on possible costs and revenue of MoU.

 

GM

Letter sent to LPMA on 22 November.? Will await decision on Master Plan before advertising re-categorisation so that public are properly informed before they have the opportunity to comment.

 

LPMA advised they would like to meet with the Mayor and General Manager to discuss the alternative master plan.? GM has advised that Council specifically resolved that the discussion be at a GPC meeting.

 

Mayor and GM meeting with LPMA on 13/1/2011.

 

21

SF29

18/11/10

Mayors and GM?s of the 3 Clarence Regional Library Councils have discussions regarding level of service ASAP.

 

DEP

Letter sent 24 November 2010.

 

Further letter sent 7 December with a suggested meeting date in late January 2011.

 

Friday 28 Jan 2011 ? confirmed meeting date.

 

22

PRF54

18/11/10

Council approach LPMA re future management of Boultons Crossing (Gumma) Reserve

 

GM

Letter written to LPMA 26 November 2010.? Meeting with LPMA and Committee of Management arranged for 27/1/2011.

DECEMBER 2010

23

SF1064

2/12/10

Council write to the Parliamentary Secretary, Senator Don Farrell, to seek the formal grant offer for the $10m funding for the Bowraville off -river storage

 

DES

Manager Water and Sewerage to draft letter.

 

Letter sent

24

DA2004/136

2/12/10

That a report be provided to Councillors, as part of the quarterly budget review, regarding all costs to Council of all legal issues.

 

DEP

February 2011.

25

SF1403

2/12/10

Council write to RTA re safety investigation & speed zone review of Pacific H/w between Nambucca Heads and Urunga.

 

GM

Letter including submission from Ms Tahnee Milgate sent to RTA on 10 December 2012.

26

SF358

2/12/10

Council endeavour to increase reserve for the Macksville Aquatic Centre to $119,000 in 2011-12.

 

GM

To be included in budget for 2011/2012.

27

SF341

2/12/10

Council request from CoM involved with markets info regarding their insurance cover and a copy of any policies.

 

GM

Letters sent on 10 December 2012.

 

Responses received from 2 of 3 Committees of Management.

28

SF296

2/12/10

Signage at Ferry Street Macksville ? Council review after the Christmas break.

 

DEP

Report to Council in February 2011

Signs unable to be erected prior to Christmas.? Report deferred to April 2011.

29

PRF71

2/12/10

Council look at means of restricting car access via the bush to the rear of the skate park.

 

DES

To be arranged.

 

Program with Parks Supervisor but wet weather has intervened.

 

30

PRF53

16/12/10

 

Councillors be provided with a diagram of the existing River Street foreshore showing structures and vegetation.

 

DES

Survey completed.? To be report to February GPC.

31

PRF53

16/12/10

Council write to Country Energy asking if electricity cables can be bundled in River Street to reduce pruning as a community service.

 

DES

Letter to be sent.

32

SF1471

16/12/10

Council write to the Min. for Local Government & Opposition spokesperson seeking a monetary increase in the pensioner rebate to be jointly funded by the State Government & councils on the ratio of 70% to 30%.

 

GM

Letter sent 20/12/2010

33

SF674

16/12/10

Provision of a further report early in the new year re way forward for mixed waste processing.

 

GM

Report to Council in February 2011

34

SF1372

16/12/10

Council?s Strategic Planner prepare a Climate Change Adaptation Policy for future adoption by Council to ensure that actions contained in the Climate Change Adaptation Strategy are given consideration in future decision making, policy implementation, strategy development & Council staff.

 

DEP

Targeting April 2011.

35

SF844

16/12/10

That a Project Implementation Management Plan for the off-stream dam be developed to include provision for hollow bearing trees that are removed as part of the pre-clearing survey to be replaced by nesting boxes of similar dimension provided in suitable vegetation, with the catchment above the dam top water level.

 

DES

GHD commissioned.? Plan anticipated in March 2011.

36

SF844

16/12/10

That the Nambucca District Water Supply Newsletter be distributed to the wider community, including libraries, Council front counters and to the directly affected landholders.

 

DES

Pending.

37

SF1213

16/12/10

Council consider committing $40,000 to addressing the landslip (Ocean & Matthew Streets, Scotts Head) and receive a report on options for investigation including an onsite inspection and Council seek a quote from a geotechnical expert to provide a report on the work required to stabilise the slippage and an estimate of the cost.

 

DES

February GPC.

38

SF90

16/12/10

Council write to the RTA requesting formal advice about the statutory authority of the Local Development (Traffic) Committee, its terms of reference and its relationship with Council operations.

 

DES

Letter to be sent.

39

SF339

16/12/10

Unkya Reserve ? matter be deferred to allow the Committee of Management to conduct a planning workshop that includes any interested existing and future user groups or individuals to determine a shared use arrangement.

 

GM

Report in February 2011

40

SF275

16/12/10

Council put forward a motion to the ?A? Division Conference seeking State Government & Opposition support for local government obtaining an improved share of total taxation revenue and further that the ?A? Division encourage other Divisions to do likewise.

 

GM

Letter sent 20/12/2010

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.2????? SF110????????????? 200111???????? Local Government (State) Award 2010

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Joanne Hudson, Manager Human Resources ????????

 

Summary:

 

The Local Government (State) Award 2010 was approved by the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales on 28 October 2010 and is operative from 1 November 2010 for a nominal term of three years.

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council note that the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW has ratified the Local Government (State) Award 2010.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

Not applicable as Council must comply with the terms and conditions of employment stipulated in the Award including rates of pay.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

NSW councils are covered by the terms and conditions of the Local Government (State) Award 2010 and the Local Government (State) Electricians Award.

The Local Government (State) Award 2010 was approved by the Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales on 28 October 2010 and is operative from 1 November 2010 for a nominal term of three years.

The increases in rates of pay provided for in the new Award are as follows:

? 2.6% or $19 per week minimum from 1 November 2010

? 2.15% or $17 per week minimum from 1 July 2011

? 3.25% or $23 per week minimum from 1 July 2012

? 3.25% or $23 per week minimum from 1 July 2013

 

Notably, the parties have undertaken not to pursue any increases in rates of pay until 1 July 2014 to allow for the operative date of future award increases to coincide with the commencement of the financial year and thereby assist councils with managing their budgetary requirements.

 

One of the most significant changes is the new paid parental leave and related entitlements ie continued access to 9 weeks paid maternity leave or the option of using this leave to top up the 18 weeks Federal Government?s parental leave provision (commencing 1 January 2011) of $569.70 per week to the award wage for 18 weeks which includes the continued accrual of all leave entitlements and payment of superannuation for the 18 week period.

 

Other changes include:

 

? expansion of the Award?s flexible work and leave arrangements to include purchased additional annual leave entitlements and arrangements to accommodate breast feeding women

 

? a new Phased Retirement clause which recognises the ageing workforce in local government and the need to retain skills and experience in the industry

 

? thorough clarification of the circumstances regarding the use of term contracts.

CONSULTATION:

 

Not necessary

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

Not applicable

 

Social

 

Not applicable

 

Economic

 

Not applicable

 

Risk

 

Breaches of the Award are likely to result in any or all of the following: loss of productivity, grievances, disputes, penalties and loss of reputation.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

The pay increase on 1 November 2010 was budgeted for.

 

Likewise, future pay increases prescribed in the Award will be budgeted for.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

 

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.


Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.3????? SF1504??????????? 200111???????? Compulsory Acquisition of Lot 10 253771 and Lot 561 DP 1133897 - Old RTA Depot Site Nambucca Heads.

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Steven Williams, Property Officer ????????

 

Summary:

 

Council resolved in May 2010 to make application for the compulsory acquisition of Lot 10 DP 253771 and Lot 561 DP 1133897 being the old RTA depot site Nambucca Heads to conclude a long standing land swap agreement between the Department of Lands (now Land and Property Management Authority) and Nambucca Shire Council.

 

The Department of Local Government has advised that the original resolution was deficient in so far as the resolution did not specifically authorise the application to the Governor and the Minister for Local Government.

 

Council resolved also to write to the Land and Property Management Authority (LPMA) requesting that the previously agreed consideration for the land be waived in light of the protracted delays in finalising the land swap.? The LPMA has declined the request and made formal claim for compensation in the amount $30,000.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

1????????? That Council apply to the Minister for Local Government and the Governor for approval to compulsory acquire Lot 10 DP 253771 and Lot 561 DP 1133897 for the purposes of light industrial development, commercial development of public service facilities for resale.

 

2????????? That Council agree to the claim for compensation, from Land and Property Management Authority, of $30,000.

 

3????????? That the funds required to complete the compulsory acquisition of Lot 10 DP 253771 and Lot 561 DP 1133897 be drawn from the Land Development Reserve.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

There are few options with respect to the acquisition.? The Agreement is long standing and the consideration for the land already transferred to the Department of Lands is by way of the acquisition of the above-mentioned lots.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

Council is a party to a long standing land swap Agreement with the Department of Lands.

 

Council transferred its portion of land to the Department in 1987.

 

The transfer of the Department?s land to Council was delayed pending determination of Aboriginal Land Claim 5723 by the Nambucca Local Aboriginal Land Council.? The claim has now been determined and the land, the subject of the Agreement, can now be acquired by Council.

 

The Compulsory Acquisition process will be used to finalise the Transfer.

 

The following paragraphs are reprinted from the previous report on the matter for Councillors reference.

 

Native Title

 

With regard to the Compulsory Acquisition process it is asserted that Native Title is extinguished pursuant to section 15 of the Native Title Act 1993 on the basis the construction of the concrete depot bays situated on the land constitute a ?category A past act? within the meaning of the Act.? The Department of Local Government has issued guidelines for the compulsory acquisition of land by Council which inter alia recommends that Council obtain a firm legal opinion from its legal advisor to the effect that Native Title is extinguished.? Staff will obtain legal advice in this regard prior to the lodgement of a Compulsory Acquisition application to the Department of Local Government.

 

Compulsory Acquisition for Development and Resale

 

Prior correspondence pertaining to this matter indicates that it has always been Council?s intention to develop this site for community facilities.? It is pertinent to note that Council, in agreeing to the land exchange with the Department of Lands, relinquished land with commercial development potential vis a vis the industrial land within the Ken Howard Crescent Industrial Estate.? The presumption, therefore, is that the intention of the land swap was to perpetuate the commercial nature of the land holding.? On this basis, it is recommenced that the application note that the acquisition is for commercial development of a community services facility for re-sale purposes.? The facility potentially taking the form of a private health facility or preschool, for example.

 

In the event that Council acquires land for resale and or exchange through the compulsory acquisition process Council must provide clear evidence to satisfy the Minister for Local Government that the acquisition is for a function that falls within Council?s powers under the law.? Council has, in its correspondence to the Minister for Lands and his Department, clearly and consistently indicated its desire from the beginning of this process to develop the land to provide for community facilities such as (health, preschool and or emergency services).? Acquisition for resale purposes does not compel Council to on-sell the land but does reserve for it the capacity to do so should it eventuate that on-sale is the most economical way to ensure the desired development of the site.

 

The DLG has responded to Council?s original application stating that we have provided insufficient evidence to clearly demonstrate that the proposed acquisition of the land complies with the requirements of section 186 of the Local Government Act 1993. vis a vis? (S186 (1)).   A council may acquire land (including an interest in land) for the purpose of exercising any of its functions.)

A revised submission will be forwarded to the Department of Local Government highlighting the research compiled by the Planning Department which indicates a significant shortage of industrial land in the immediate Nambucca area. Whilst there are no specific plans at this stage it is considered prudent to ensure that there is an adequate supply of feasible land. should the proposed industrial land in the Valla area prove insufficient in the short term the development of the Nambucca land as light industrial would need to be the subject of a re zoning process.

 

The proposed acquisition is to facilitate economic growth and development through the provision of feasible and accessible land.

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

Department of Lands, Native Title Section.

Council Strategic Planner

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

The recommendations do not give rise to any environmental issues.

 

Social

 

The recommendations do not give rise to any social issues.

 

Economic

 

The recommendations do not give rise to any economic issues.? The value of the compensatory land is significant and to the extent that it may avoid Council acquiring other land for public purposes there will be a direct impact on future budgets if the compensatory land is not provided.

 

Risk

 

The recommendations do not give rise to any significant risks.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

The $30,.000 compensation will have to come from the Land Development Reserve.

 

The old RTA Depot site has an area of 1.8 hectares and is well located on the entry to Nambucca Heads.? There will be development costs but there should be long term positive returns to the Property Development Reserve for the initial outlay.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

Land Development Reserve.

 

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.


Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.4????? SF1389??????????? 200111???????? Grant Applications Status Report to 4 January 2011

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Colleen Henry, Grants Officer ????????

 

Summary:

 

At Council?s meeting on 7 December 2006 it was resolved that there be a quarterly return submitted to Council on grant programs.

 

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That the list of grant applications and their status to 4 January 2011 be received.

 

 

 

 

 

APPROVED GRANTS FY 2010 to date ?SECURED BY GRANTS OFFICER AND COUNCIL STAFF

 

Grant and date of approval

Funding Amount

Description

Regional and Local Community Infrastructure Program

November 2010 (now confirmed)

$165,000

Macksville Park ? Storage Building $45,000

Macksville Pool ? Additional Lane $20,000

E J Biffin Fields ? carpark rehabilitation $68,000

Bowraville Public amenities ? upgrade $32,000

International Women?s Day, Office of Women?s Policy

December 2010

$1,000

 

 

 

Women?s Way Forum to celebrate efforts of women in Nambucca Shire, on International Women?s Day 8 March 2011.

Office of the Premier

Community Building Partnership Program

December 2010

$70,938

Amenities Anderson Park, Valla Beach - $34,000

Playground Anderson Park, Valla Beach - $15,000

2NVR Assistance for relocation - $10,000

History in Print Project (Microfilm Reader) $11938

Sport and Recreation Participation Program

December 2010

 

$9,888

Staying Strong exercise program to be delivered as part of Safe and Savvy Seniors (SASS), at Macksville Senior Citizens? Centre

Federal government election commitment

(expected)

$120,000

 

Relocation of 2NVR radio station to Tewinga Hall.

 

 

 

TOTAL GRANT FUNDING RECEIVED

$366,991

 

 

 

 

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.


Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.5????? SF1077??????????? 200111???????? Museum Advisor Program - Annual Report & Renewal of Grant Funding Agreement

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Michael Coulter, General Manager ????????

 

Summary:

 

The Museum Advisor, Ms Joan Kelly has now submitted her annual report for 2010.

 

Museums and Galleries NSW have forwarded a new funding agreement for 2011.? Given the subsidy for the Advisor exceeds 50% of the cost; the cultural importance of our museums; the financial issues associated with their sustainability; and importantly the general support amongst volunteers for the program, it is recommended that Council participate in the program for a third year.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

1??????? That the Annual Report on the Museum Advisor Program be received.

 

2??????? That Council enter into a new grant funding agreement for the Museum Advisor Program for ????????? 2011.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

Council has the option as to whether it participates in the Museum Advisor Program.?

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

Council has participated in the Museum Advisor program for the past 2 years.? The program runs from November in the current year to October in the following year with Museum & Galleries NSW paying Council $9,000 towards the Advisor?s costs with Council contributing $6,000.? Under the program the Council is required to employ the Museum Advisor as a consultant to the Council for 20 days per year (generally spread as ten lots of 2 day visits) being two calendar days per month for ten months of the year.?

 

A requirement of the funding agreement is that the Museum Advisor provides Council with an annual report on the outcomes of the program over the previous 12 month period.

 

The Museum Advisor, Ms Joan Kelly has now submitted her annual report for 2010.? The major achievements in the second year of the program were:

 

1.???????? completion of strategic plans

2.???????? a combined project being the production of a mini-documentary for each museum using the theme of ?war?

3.???????? design of a storage area at Mary Boulton Cottage and Pioneer Museum and analysis of collection themes

4.???????? textile workshops

5.???????? redevelop exhibitions for new exhibition area at Frank Partridge VC Museum

 

The annual report indicates the challenges of managing important cultural sites like museums with volunteers.? The museum volunteers are hard working but are also ageing and dwindling in number.? With reduced numbers, the loss of key Committee members can potentially affect the sustainability of the whole Museum.? Without the volunteers the operation of these Museums will come back to Council with the potential for increased costs through having to use paid staff.? The annual report deals with some of these personnel issues and for this reason is a confidential circularised document (doc no. 146/2011).

 

Museums and Galleries NSW have forwarded a new funding agreement for 2011.? Given the subsidy for the Advisor exceeds 50% of the cost; the cultural importance of our museums; the financial issues associated with their sustainability; and importantly the general support amongst volunteers for the program, it is recommended that Council participate in the program for a third year.

 

In the third year of the program, Ms Kelly would focus on:

 

?????? continuing to provide opportunities for collaboration across all the museums in the Nambucca Shire

?????? developing a regional museum brochure

?????? developing sustainable practices for the Nambucca Headland and Bowraville Folk Museums

?????? Developing more active and engaging audience programs with museums across Nambucca Shire

?????? Encouraging volunteer sustainability

?????? Mary Boulton Museum:

???????????? * Develop a dedicated storage area to remove some items from display & enable the ???????????????????? development of themed exhibitions

???????????? * Complete the textile storage project

???????????? * Support a collection team to undertake an audit of the collection utilising the Mosaic ??????????????????????????? collection management software

 

CONSULTATION:

 

The future of the program was the subject of discussion with volunteers and the Museum Advisor at a well attended end of year dinner on 22 October 2010.? There was enthusiastic support for a continuation of the Museum Advisor program amongst the volunteers present at the dinner.

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

There are no implications for the environment.

 

Social

The Museums are important cultural sites being repositories of the Nambucca Valley?s history, particularly post 1788.

 

Economic

The Museums are collectively a significant tourist attraction.

 

Risk

There are risks that the Museums may not be sustainable with volunteer management and operation.

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

The program is funded in the current budget.? Renewing the funding agreement will mean that Council has to commit $6,000 in its budget for 2011/2012.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

There is no impact on working funds.

 

Attachments:

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?- Confidential Circularised Document (Trim 146/2011)

 

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Museum Advisor Program - Annual Report & Renewal of Grant Funding Agreement

 

 

 

 

 

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Museum Advisor Program - Annual Report & Renewal of Grant Funding Agreement

 

 

 

Confidential Circularised Document (Trim 146/2011)

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.6????? SF640????????????? 200111???????? Ballina Shire Council - Request for Contribution towards Legal Expenses

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Michael Coulter, General Manager ????????

 

Summary:

 

A letter from the Local Government and Shires Associations indicates that Ballina Shire Council contended that a temporary stockpile of 100,000m3 of soil and rock excavated as part of the Ballina Bypass was an extractive industry and therefore designated development requiring the lodgement of an environmental impact statement.

 

The applicant subsequently appealed against the Council?s interpretation with the Court finding in favour of the applicant.

 

The Council?s legal costs were $90,000.? The Associations have sought a contribution from Nambucca Shire Council of $404.73 towards the costs incurred by Ballina Shire Council.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That the Local Government and Shires Associations be advised that Council has considered their request for legal assistance for Ballina Shire Council in the matter of SJ Connelly Pty Limited v Ballina Shire Council (2010) NSWLEC 128 and in the circumstances has decided against providing a contribution towards their legal costs.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

Council can make the requested contribution of $404.73.

 

DISCUSSION:

 

Council has received the attached request from the Local Government and Shires Associations on behalf of Ballina Shire Council.

 

The letter from the Associations indicates that Ballina Shire Council contended that a temporary stockpile of 100,000m3 of soil and rock excavated as part of the Ballina Bypass was an extractive industry and therefore designated development requiring the lodgement of an environmental impact statement.

 

The applicant subsequently appealed against the Council?s interpretation with the Court finding in favour of the applicant.? The Court held that the activity must be an ?industry? and it did not consider that the preparatory works and the maintenance of static stockpiles to be an industrial process.

 

The Council?s legal costs were $90,000.

 

The Associations have sought a contribution from Nambucca Shire Council of $404.73 towards the costs incurred by Ballina Shire Council on the basis that this was a test case in relation to the definition of ?extractive industry?.

 

It would seem that the Court has confirmed the understanding of the word ?industry? and that $90,000 has been spent in arguing its definition (the judge ordered that Ballina Shire Council pay the applicant?s costs).? The letter from the Associations contends that the applicant did not enter into discussions with council in relation to the matter but rather made an application to the Court.? However the views of the applicant as to the circumstances of the appeal are unknown.

 

Given the available information it is not recommended that Council make the requested contribution to Ballina Shire Council?s legal costs.

 

CONSULTATION:

 

The judgement has been read.? There has been no other consultation.

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

There are no impacts on the environment.

 

Social

 

There are no social impacts.

 

Economic

 

There are no economic impacts.

 

Risk

 

The only risk relates to the possibility of this Council one day seeking similar legal assistance from other Councils.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

The recommendation has no budgetary impact.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

The recommendation has no impact on working funds.

 

Attachments:

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31797/2010 - Request for Legal Assistance

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.7????? SF339????????????? 200111???????? Unkya Reserve Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 12 September 2010

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Monika Schuhmacher, Executive Assistant ????????

 

Summary:

 

The report acknowledges the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Unkya Reserve committee of Management and the new Committee.? Copies of the Minutes of this meeting and the financial statement are attached.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council endorse the Minutes of the Committee of Management for the Unkya Reserve?s Annual General Meeting held on 12 September 2010 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work during the past twelve months.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

There are no real options.? Council needs voluntary Committees of Management to manage recreation and community facilities across the Nambucca Valley.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

The Annual General Meeting of the Unkya Reserve?s Committee of Management was held on 12 September 2010.

 

The Committee of Management for 2010/2011 comprises:

 

President?????????????? Jo Dormer

Vice President?????? Clair Pelser

Treasurer?????????????? Mark Falzon

Secretary ????????????? Sharon Cunial

Committee???????????? Benita Schuh, Alex Pelser, Karina Daniels, Libby Foster.

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

There was no consultation.

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

There are no implications for the environment.

 

Social

 

There are no social implications.

 

Economic

 

There are no economic implications.

 

Risk

 

This report poses no risk to Council.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

There are direct or indirect impacts on current and future budgets.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

There are no implications on working funds.

 

Attachments:

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30536/2010 - Minutes of the AGM - 12 September 2010

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting - 20 January 2011

Unkya Reserve Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 12 September 2010

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.8????? SF968????????????? 200111???????? Nambucca Valley Netball Assoc Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 9 November 2010

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Monika Schuhmacher, Executive Assistant ????????

 

Summary:

 

The report acknowledges the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Nambucca Valley Netball Association Committee of Management and the new Committee.? Copies of the Minutes of this meeting and the financial statement are attached.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council endorse the Minutes of the Committee of Management for the Nambucca Valley Netball Association?s Annual General Meeting held on 9 November 2010 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work during the past twelve months.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

There are no real options.? Council needs voluntary Committees of Management to manage recreation and community facilities across the Nambucca Valley.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

The Annual General Meeting of the Nambucca Valley Netball Association?s Committee of Management was held on Tuesday 9 November 2010.

 

The Committee of Management for 2010/2011 comprises:

 

President??????????????????????? Melanie Angel

Vice President???????????????? Lanice Milgate

Secretary??????????????????????? Vicki Coombes

Treasurer???????????????????????? Judi woodland

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

There was no consultation.

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

There are no implications for the environment.

 

Social

 

There are no social implications.

 

Economic

 

There are no economic implications.

 


Risk

 

This report poses no risk to Council.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

There are direct or indirect impacts on current and future budgets.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

There are no implications on working funds.

 

 

 

Attachments:

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30176/2010 - Nambucca Valley Netball Association - Minutes of AGM

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting - 20 January 2011

Nambucca Valley Netball Assoc Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 9 November 2010

 

MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE NAMBUCCA VALLEY NETBALL ASSOCIATION HELD TUESDAY 9th NOVEMBER 2010, IN THE CALTEX GARAGE, MACKSVILLE.

 

 

WELCOME

Mr Michael Coulter, Council?s General Manager, was present at the meeting as Council?s delegate.? The President welcomed Mr Coulter to the meeting.

 

OPENING

The President took the chair and opened the meeting at 6.30 pm.

 

PRESENT

Michael Coulter, Melanie Angel, Judi Woodland, Jodi Crow, Lanice Milgate, Helen Black, Anne Peterkin, Vicki Wassens, Paula Buckley, Kelen Crawley and Vicki Coombes.

 

APOLOGIES

No apologies were received.

 

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING MINUTES

 

MOVED J Woodland, seconded V Coombes that the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting held on 3rd November 2009 as circularised be confirmed.

 

PRESIDENT?S REPORT

MOVED K Crawley, seconded J Woodland that the Presidents Report (attached) be accepted.

 

TREASURER?S REPORT

MOVED J Woodland, seconded V Wassens that the Treasurers report as tabled noting Income and Expenditure Statement for 1 October 2009 to 30 September 2010 and the Rep Account for the same period be accepted.?

 

CANTEEN CONVENOR?S REPORT

MOVED J Woodland, seconded V Wassens that the Canteen report as presented by Judi Woodland be accepted.

 

NETTA CONVENOR?S REPORT

No report was received.

 

UMPIRE CONVENOR?S REPORT

Moved A Peterkin, seconded L Milgate that the Umpire Convenors report (attached) be accepted.

 

ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS

Michael Coulter, General Manager, Nambucca Shire Council, took the chair and declared all positions vacant.

 

President

Nominations were called for the position of President.? Melanie Angel was nominated by J Crow, seconded V Wassens.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Melanie Angel was declared President.

 

Vice President

Nominations were called for the position of Vice-President.? Anne Peterkin declined nomination.? Lanice Milgate was nominated by J Woodland, seconded K Crawley.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Lanice Milgate was declared Vice President.

 

Secretary

Nominations were called for the position of Secretary. Vicki Coombes was nominated by J Woodland, seconded A Peterkin.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Vicki Coombes was declared Secretary.

 

 


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MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE NAMBUCCA VALLEY NETBALL ASSOCIATION HELD TUESDAY 9th NOVEMBER 2010, IN THE CALTEX GARAGE, MACKSVILLE.

 

ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS (continued)

 

Treasurer

Nominations were called for the position of Treasurer.? Judi Woodland was nominated by J Crow and seconded L Milgate.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Judi Woodland was declared Treasurer.

 

Rep Secretary

Nominations were called for the position of Rep Secretary.? Jodi Crow was nominated by J Woodland, seconded V Wassens.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Jodi Crow was declared Rep Secretary.? NOTED that Jodi Crow advised she would require assistance with this role.

 

Umpires Convenor

Nominations were called for the position of Umpires Convenor.? Vicki Coombes was nominated by V Wassens, seconded J Woodland.? No further nominations were accepted and after accepting the nomination, Vicki Coombes was declared Umpires Convenor.

 

Coaching Convenor

Nominations were called for the position of Coaching Convenor.? Helen Black was nominated by M Angel, seconded K Crawley.? No further nominations were accepted and after accepting the nomination, Helen Black was declared Coaching Convenor.

 

Netta Convenor

Nominations were called for the position of Netta?s Convenor.? This position was not filled and it was decided that the position of Netta Convenor for 2009/2010 be deferred to a future meeting.

 

Canteen Convenor

Nominations were called for the position of Canteen Convenor.? This position was not filled and it was decided that the position of Canteen Convenor for 2009/2010 be deferred to a future meeting.

 

Registrar

Nominations were called for the position of Registrar.? Judi Woodland was nominated by M Angel, seconded H Black.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Judi Woodland was declared Registrar.

 

Match Secretary

Nominations were called for the position of Match Secretary.? Judi Woodland was nominated by M Angel, seconded L Milgate.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Judi Woodland was declared Match Secretary.

 

Uniform Coordinator

Nominations were called for the position of Uniform Coordinator.? Paula Buckley was nominated J Woodland, seconded L Milgate.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Pauld Buckley was declared Uniform Coordinator.

 

Publicity Officer

Nominations were called for the position of Publicity Officer.? Kelen Crawley was nominated by V Wassens, seconded J Crow.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination, Kelen Crawley was declared Publicity Officer.

 

Public Officer

Note:? It was noted that the Department of Fair Trading website states that the position of Public Officer remains with the elected person until they resign or die therefore no election is necessary.

Therefore Judi Woodland was declared Public Officer.

 


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MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE NAMBUCCA VALLEY NETBALL ASSOCIATION HELD TUESDAY 9th NOVEMBER 2010, IN THE CALTEX GARAGE, MACKSVILLE.

 

ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS (continued)

 

Executive Committee Members

It was moved K Crawley, seconded J Crow that the Executive Committee for 2010/2011 comprise the following members:-

 

Melanie Angel (President);? Lanice Milgate (Vice-President);? Vicki Coombes (Secretary);? and Judi Woodland (Treasurer).

 

Grounds Committee

It was moved M Angel, seconded K Crawley that the Grounds Committee for 2010/2011 comprise the Executive Committee.

 

Rep Selection Committee

It was moved M Angel, seconded L Milgate that the Rep Selection Committee for 2010/2011 comprise the following members:-

 

Helen Black (Coaching Convenor), Mel Angel and Vicki Wassens.

 

Member Protection Information Officers (MPIO?s)

It was moved J Crow, seconded L Milgate that the MPIO position for 2010/2011 be held by Judi Woodland.? No further nominations were received and after accepting the nomination Judi Woodland was declared MPIO.

 

Netball NSW Mid North Coast Region Delegates

It was moved V Coombes, seconded J Crow that Vicki Wassens, Vicki Coombes and any member of the Executive be nominated Regional Delegates.

 

Auditor

NOTED that it is no longer necessary to have Association book audited.

 

Cheque Signatories

It was moved J Woodland, seconded J Crow that the cheque signatories for 2010/2011 be any two (2) of the following persons:? Melanie Angel (President);? Lanice Milgate (Vice-President);? Judi Woodland (Treasurer);? or Vicki Coombes (Secretary).? Jodi Crow (Rep Secretary) on the Rep Account Cheque Book only with any one (1) of the above cheque signatories.

 

Canteen Cheque Signatories

It was moved M Angel, seconded V Coombes that the canteen cheque signatories for 2010/2011 be any two (2) of the following persons (Canteen Convenor) when appointed;? Melanie Angel (President), Lanice Milgare (Vice President), Judi Woodland (Treasurer) or Vicki Coombes (Secretary).

 

CLOSURE

There being no further business the Annual General Meeting closed at 7.10 pm.

Note:? The Nambucca Valley Netball Association?s General Meeting immediately followed the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting.

 

 

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Melanie Angel?????????????????????????????????????????????????? Vicki Coombes

PRESIDENT??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? SECRETARY

 

 


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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.9????? SF340????????????? 200111???????? Utungun Community Centre Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 8 November 2010

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Monika Schuhmacher, Executive Assistant ????????

 

Summary:

 

The report acknowledges the Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of the Utungun Community Centre?s Committee of Management and the new Committee.? Copies of the Minutes of this meeting and the financial statement area attached.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council endorse the Minutes of the committee of Management for the Utungun Community Centre?s Annual General Meeting held on 8 November 2010 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work during the past twelve months.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

There are no real options.? Council needs voluntary Committees of management to manage recreation and community facilities across the Nambucca Valley.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

The Annual General Meeting of the Utungun Community Centre was held on 8 November 2010.

 

The Committee of Management for 2010/2011 comprises:

 

President ?????????????????????? Paul Schadel

Vice President???????????????? John Cumberland

Secretary??????????????????????? Gail Schadel

Treasurer???????????????????????? Doug Urquhart

Fundraisers???????????????????? Vanessa & Tim Bekis, Libby Cumberland, Maureen Ward, Gwen Green

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

There was no consultation in regard to this report.

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

There are no implications for the environment.

 

Social

 

There are no social implications.

 

Economic

 

There are no economic implications.

 


Risk

This report poses no risk to Council.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

There are no direct or indirect impacts on current and future budgets.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

There are no implications on working funds.

 

Attachments:

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30164/2010 - Minutes of AGM held 8 November 2010

 

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Utungun Community Centre Committee of Management - Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 8 November 2010

 




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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.10??? SF336????????????? 200111???????? Taylors Arm Hall Committee of Management - Minutes of the Annual General Meeting - 3 December 2010

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Monika Schuhmacher, Executive Assistant ????????

 

Summary:

 

The report acknowledges the Annual General Meeting of the Taylors Arm Hall Committee of Management and the new Committee.? A copy of the minutes of this meeting is attached.

 

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council endorse the Committee of Management for the Taylors Arm Hall and thank the outgoing Committee for their work in the past twelve months.

 

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

There are no real options.? Council needs voluntary Committees of Management to manage recreation and community facilities across the Nambucca Valley.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

The AGM of the Taylors Arm Hall Committee of Management was held on Friday 3 December 2010.

 

The Committee of Management for 2010/2011 is:

 

????????? President??????????????????????? Syd Scott

????????? Secretary??????????????????????? Dawn Smyth

????????? Treasurer ??????????????????????? Toby Wright

????????? Committee Members:?????? Julie Gooch

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

None

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

There are no implications for the environment.

 

Social

 

There are no social implications.

 

Economic

 

There are no economic implications.


Risk

 

There are no risk implications.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

There are no financial implications.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

There is no implication for working funds.

 

 

Attachments:

1View

31796/2010 - Minutes of AGM held on 3 December 2010

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting - 20 January 2011

Taylors Arm Hall Committee of Management - Minutes of the Annual General Meeting - 3 December 2010

 




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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.11??? SF84??????????????? 200111???????? Emergency Services Contributions 2010/2011 - Representations by the Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Michael Coulter, General Manager ????????

 

Summary:

 

The total increase in RFS contributions across all councils is over $4.6 million, increasing from around $25.3m in 2009/2010 to $30.1 million for 2010/11, an increase of 18.9%.

 

According to the RFS, a large proportion of the increase is the result of the NSW Government?s response to the findings of the Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission.

 

Because of the complex and localised RFS budgetary process there are wide variations between councils.? Some have exceptionally high increases, while some actually have decreases and the remainder are in between.? Variations range from increases of over 100% down to reductions of 25%.?

 

This Council was advised of its required contribution of $215,616.38 on 14 December 2010 which was an increase of $55,523.88 or 35% on the $160,092.50 contribution in 2009/2010.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That the information concerning the representations by the Local Government and Shires Associations into the emergency services contributions for 2010/2011 be received.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

There are no real options.? Council has already made representations to the RFS in regard to the estimates for the rural fire fighting fund for 2011/2012 which proposed a further large increase in funding of 31%.?

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

The Associations have been following up the concerns raised by constituent Councils regarding the 2010/2011 Emergency Services Contributions and on 7 January 2011 forwarded advice concerning the outcome of their investigations.

 

The issues identified by the Associations are:

 

1.?? The total increase in RFS contributions across all councils is over $4.6 million, increasing from around $25.3m in 2009/2010 to $30.1 million for 2010/11, an increase of 18.9%.

 

2.?? According to the RFS, a large proportion of the increase is the result of the NSW Government?s response to the findings of the Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission.

 

3.?? Because of the complex and localised RFS budgetary process there are wide variations between councils.? Some have exceptionally high increases, while some actually have decreases and the remainder are in between.? Variations range from increases of over 100% down to reductions of 25%.? (This Council was advised of its required contribution of $215,616.38 on 14 December 2010 which was an increase of $55,523.88 or 35% on the $160,092.50 contribution in 2009/2010).

 

4.?? There appear to be numerous anomalies, discrepancies and inequities.

 

5.?? Final RFS budget allocations to councils were not advised to councils until mid December 2010, half way through the financial year.? Sign off was delayed pending determination of the government?s response to the findings of the Victorian Bush Fires Royal Commission.

 

6.?? The average increase of 18.9% was much higher than could have been reasonably anticipated and many individual council increases are beyond comprehension.

 

7.?? Late advice and scale of increases means that they were not factored into council budgets.? Increases will have a severe impact on many council budgets necessitating cuts in other areas.

 

8.?? There was a lack of consultation on the levels of increase.

 

9.?? It represents a major cost shift onto Local Government.

 

10.? The situation highlights the need for the current anomalous RFS/Emergency services funding arrangements to be scrapped and replaced with a broad based property levy as advocated by the LGSA.? Such systems work effectively in other states such as Queensland, SA and WA.

 

The Associations have sought urgent meetings with the RFS Commissioner; the office of the Minister for Emergency Services, Steve Whan; and the Opposition Shadow Minister for Emergency Services, Melinda Pavey.? All three have agreed to meet with the Associations.

 

The Associations will provide further information as it comes to hand.

 

CONSULTATION:

 

There has been no consultation in preparing this report.

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

There are no implications for the environment.

 

Social

There are no social implications.

 

Economic

There are no economic implications.

 

Risk

According to the RFS, a large proportion of the increase is in response to risks identified in the Victorian Bush Fires Royal Commission.

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

The 2010/11 budget incorporated the RFS ?bid? for 2010/2011 of $210,600 which is slightly less than the final, recently advised figure of $215,616.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

There will be a relatively minor negative impact on Council?s working funds of $5,000 being the difference between the estimate and final determination.

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.


Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.12??? SF1475??????????? 200111???????? Healthy Communities Initiative - Potential Grant Application

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Colleen Henry, Grants Officer ????????

 

Summary:

 

The Healthy Communities Initiative (HCI) is a grant program of the Commonwealth?s Department of Health and Ageing (DOHA), open only to local governments for funding to deliver a range of programs to improve the health and wellbeing of residents. Eight grants will be made in NSW, each grant providing approximately $700,000 over 27 months to successful local government areas. Funding will cover all costs of program delivery as well as provide for the employment of a coordinator within the Nambucca Shire Council. Grant applications close on 4 February 2011.

 

The main aim of the HCI program is to reduce the number of overweight and obese people in the target populations of the following groups:

?????? recently or long-term unemployed,

?????? Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders,

?????? part-time or casual employees,

?????? older Australians,

?????? carers and

?????? people with a disability.

 

The Nambucca Shire has a higher proportion against the State average of older Australians (23% as opposed to 13.9%), and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (6.1% as opposed to 2%). According to information provided by North Coast Area Health Service (NCAHS), Nambucca Shire has significantly higher levels of high body mass attributable hospitalisations in 2006/7 and 2007/8 than the NSW average. The NCAHS estimates that 28.6% of males and 19.3% of females (18 years and over) in the Nambucca Shire are obese. There are estimated to be 2507 (males) and 1839 (females) who are overweight in the Shire. See below for definitions of ?obesity? and ?overweight?.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council endorse a grant application being made to the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing?s Healthy Communities Initiative.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

That Council decide not to make an application to the HCI.

 

 

DISCUSSION:

 

Program overview

The Australian Government?s Department of Health and Ageing is delivering the Healthy Communities Initiative in two rounds over four years to address the rising prevalence of lifestyle related chronic disease. The funding is intended to support local government areas (LGAs) in delivering effective community based physical activity and healthy eating programs as well as developing a range of local government policy environments to support healthy lifestyle behaviours.

 

Program details

Total funding of $703,607 (ex GST) per grant will be made to a successful LGA over a period of 27 months. Funding would be used to:

?????? Employ a Healthy Communities Coordinator to implement the project

?????? Subsidise the costs to individuals participating in the healthy lifestyle programs

?????? Run or purchase proven healthy lifestyle programs

?????? Purchase or subsidise training for community members to run proven community based healthy lifestyle programs

?????? Marketing and promotion

?????? Community consultation

?????? Minor infrastructure investments (for example the Outdoor Exercise Stations which Council has considered previously)

?????? Program evaluation

?????? Council expenses in managing and administering the program.

 

The healthy lifestyle programs would not be delivered by Council, but by independent providers such as trainers or health professionals. Council?s role would be through hosting the Coordinator, who would? be responsible for the ?purchase? and coordination of the delivery of the programs, coordination of marketing and evaluation, overseeing the installation of infrastructure (outdoor exercise stations), and other activities as determined by the programs put forward in the grant application.?

 

An example of a program that could be delivered to the target group of older Australians is ?Lift for Life? a light weight lifting class specifically designed for seniors. Recruitment would be through existing social service referrals, GPs, or the Safe and Savvy Senior contacts that have been developed through the program being run by the Nambucca Shire. Baseline data, such as weight and fitness levels would be collected and participants would attend three eight-week phases. Monitoring of the baseline data would occur throughout the course, giving organisers the ability to see whether weight loss targets are being met.?? This program would run concurrently with other programs for other target groups, for example long-term unemployed people who are overweight or obese would benefit from participating in HEAL, a lifestyle education and physical activity program. Recruitment could occur through local employment organisations such as Nortec or Novaskill. Participants would attend eight two-hour sessions run on a continuous cycle. An initial assessment of each participant is done, then they join the program at any week, continuing for eight consecutive weeks. Each week consists of a one-hour lifestyle education session and a one-hour exercise session. Again, baseline data and improvement over time would be tracked.

 

The actual Healthy Communities program which will be put forward in the grant application is still under development at the time of writing this report and is dependent on information provided by ongoing consultation with key stakeholders.

 

The Nambucca Shire?s Healthy Communities program would be comprised of a period of consultation and planning, followed by delivery of programs to each of the key client groups depending on their specific requirements, then evaluation toward the end of the grant period.

 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines overweight and obesity as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. Body mass index (BMI) is a simple index of weight-for-height that is used in classifying overweight and obesity and is defined as the weight in kilograms divided by the square of the height in meters (kg/m2). WHO defines "overweight" as a BMI equal to or more than 25, and "obesity" as a BMI equal to or more than thirty (30).

 

Considerations

 

The amount of money available through the grant is quite large ($703,607) and the Nambucca Shire is relatively small in terms of population; the amount of the grant might be more than what the Shire needs to deliver health programs to this population. Also, such a large amount of money injected into a small community for a short time (27 months) could lead to community disappointment when the money is no longer available to subsidise access to healthy activity programs. To address this issue, it could be a role of the Healthy Communities Coordinator to try to establish long-term funding support for the program before the end of the grant period.

 

The purchase and installation of outdoor exercise equipment is possible through the grant, however once installed the maintenance of these exercise stations will become the responsibility of the Nambucca Shire Council; Council must be prepared for meeting these ongoing maintenance costs, which are expected to be minor.

 

There is another round of funding to be offered from October 2011 to June 2013 (21 months). If the Shire Council is unsuccessful in this current round, another application could be submitted for that round.

 

CONSULTATION:

 

Initial discussions have been held with the North Coast Area Health Services Community Health Manager and Project Officer, the General Manager Nambucca Valley Council of Social Services, and a number of potential program providers such as the Macksville Memorial Aquatic Centre. Discussions have also been held with the Mid-North Coast Division of General Practice; the application requires a letter of support from this organisation and at project officer level there is currently much support for Nambucca Shire Council applying for the grant. Other local government areas that are in the pilot program for the initiative have also been consulted (Fairfield City Council and the Shire of Derby West Kimberley) and this information will be used in designing the Nambucca Shire program if applicable.

 

Internal consultations have been held with the General Manager, Director Environment and Planning and the Community Development Officer.

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

Not applicable.

 

Social

The delivery of the program in the Nambucca Shire is expected to improve the quality of life of the residents, through decreasing the incidence of chronic disease such as diabetes and other illnesses associated with overweight and obesity. This outcome has secondary benefits such as reducing the reliance on health care providers to treat illnesses which are avoidable through better eating habits and more physical activity. The Aboriginal population in particular would be a key beneficiary of the program.

 

Economic

Local health professionals such as physical activity trainers will be contracted to deliver the programs; where they lack accreditation for certain programs, the grant funds may be used to subsidise their training.? The grant will also create one casual position (HCI Coordinator) within the Nambucca Shire Council.

 

Risk

The success of the program would rely heavily on the abilities of the Healthy Communities Coordinator, who would be hired by Council to deliver the program. There is a risk that the position could not be filled by a person with the right qualifications, and a risk that the Coordinator may leave the position before the delivery of the program is completed, thus requiring an additional filling process.

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

The program would begin in April 2011 and run through June 2013. As the program is totally self-funded, with provision for meeting Council?s administration and on-costs, there will be no direct or indirect impact on current and future budgets for the period of the grant. The outdoor exercise stations, if installed, will require ongoing maintenance by Nambucca Shire Council, however this equipment is very robust and these stations are to be placed in areas already maintained by the Shire Council, so this additional maintenance is expected to be minimal.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

Attachments:

There are no attachments for this report.


Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

General Manager's Report

ITEM 9.13??? SF394????????????? 200111???????? Investment Report to 31 December 2010

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Faye Hawthorne, Accountant ????????

 

Summary:

 

The total return on investments from 1st July to 31 December 2010 is $835,871.13.

 

During December, Term Deposit interest rates ranged from 5.70% for 30 days and up to 6.60% for 12 months. Council placed five Term Deposits during the month between 181 and 364 days with interest rates from 6.25% to 6.60%.

 

With the Managed Funds, Macquarie Income Plus (with a balance of $4,260,082) returned a positive return of $31,197, Blackrock (balance $350,410) returned $4,106 & TCorp, (Long Term Growth Trust) returned $16,377.

 

Council currently has $9.05 Million with Managed Funds with the balance of $24.00 Million on term deposits.

 

 

This report details all the investments placed during December and Council funds invested as at 31 December 2010.

 

The following investment report has been drawn up in accordance with the Local Government Act 1993 (as amended), the Regulations and Council Policy 1.9 ? Investment of Surplus Funds

 

 

C P Doolan

Responsible Accounting Officer

 

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That the Accountants? Report on Investments placed to 31 December 2010 be noted.

 

 

OPTIONS:

 

This report is for information only.

 

DISCUSSION:

 

This report details all the investments placed during December 2010 and Council funds invested as at 31 December 2010.

 


1??????? Investments Placed 1 to 31 December 2010

 

1. Investments Placed 1 to 31 Dec 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

?Amount

Period (Days)

Quotes

%

Accepted

 

 

 

2.12.10

$854,400.00

210

Westpac

6.11%

Westpac

 

 

 

Bankwest

6.00%

6.11%

 

 

Macquarie

6.10%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

?Amount

Period (Days)

Quotes

%

Accepted

 

 

 

7.12.10

$597,726.13

219

Cth

5.96%

Macquarie

 

 

 

Bankwest

6.10%

6.25%

 

 

Macquarie

6.25%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

?Amount

Period (Days)

Quotes

%

Accepted

 

 

 

10.12.10

$1,101,017.99

364

NAB

6.60%

NAB

 

 

 

Bank of Qld

6.30%

6.60%

 

 

ING

6.23%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

?Amount

Period (Days)

Quotes

%

Accepted

 

 

 

17.12.10

$750,000.00

181

Bendigo-Adelaide

6.25%

Bendigo-Adelaide

 

 

 

Westpac

6.10%

6.25%

 

 

St George

6.13%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

?Amount

Period (Days)

Quotes

%

Accepted

 

 

 

20.12.10

$1,036,635.62

197

NAB

6.40%

NAB

 

 

 

Suncorp

6.35%

6.40%

 

 

Bankwest

6.10%

 

 

 

 


2??????? Term Deposits/Bank Bills

????????? Investments Matured & Interest & Returns 1 to 31 December 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

?Amount

Period (Days)

Rate

?Interest

 

 

 

Macquarie

?$870,304.39

187

6.15%

?$27,421.74

 

 

 

Westpac

?$800,000.00

365

6.80%

?$54,400.00

 

 

 

NAB

?$1,030,529.75

365

6.84%

?$70,488.24

 

 

 

Suncorp

?$750,000.00

226

6.27%

?$29,116.85

 

 

 

NAB

?$1,007,249.32

174

6.12%

?$29,386.30

 

 

 

NAB

?$1,057,666.13

180

6.12%

?$31,921.24

 

 

 

NAB

?$1,055,519.68

195

6.05%

?$34,116.42

 

 

 

Bankwest(CPG)

?$1,000,000.00

30

5.40%

?$4,438.36

 

 

 

LGFS

?$545,333.11

30

5.85%

?$2,637.73

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Managed Funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

Amount

Period (Days)

Performance for Month

Returns This Month

Annualised Performance FYTD

Returns FYTD

 

UBS Wealth M'ment Aust Ltd

?$1,715,594.77

31

0.92%

?$13,482.07

-9.87%

?$18,017.13

Interest Paid

Daily each

Quarter

Macquarie Global Income Opportunity

?$4,260,082.14

31

0.74%

?$31,197.37

68.89%

?$206,642.05

 

Blackrock

?$350,410.21

31

1.19%

?$4,106.37

24.06%

?$14,075.05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Long Term Funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

Amount

Period (Days)

Performance for Month

Monthly change in net asset value

Change in net asset value LTD

Coupons Paid to Date

Annualised Performance FYTD

NSW Treasury Corp

?$954,750.97

31

1.79%

?$16,377.49

-$48,215.67

N/A

101.01%

Longreach 2-2007*

?$957,050.00

31

-0.75%

-$7,200.00

-$45,050.00

?$65,615.06

-4.95%

Longreach Series 26*

?$412,600.00

31

0.12%

?$500.00

-$83,150.00

?$17,500.00

9.06%

Averon II*

?$395,050.00

31

-0.29%

-$1,150.00

-$104,950.00

?$28,396.10

-4.12%

 


3??????? Investments held at 31 December 2010

 

Institution

?Amount

Period (Days)

Maturity Date

?Interest Due at maturity

Interest

 

BCCU

$679,936.19

365

27/05/11

?$43,175.95

6.35%

 

BCCU

$515,706.85

182

03/03/11

?$15,814.54

6.15%

 

BCCU

$1,013,506.85

189

03/02/11

?$32,537.73

6.20%

 

Bankwest

$555,404.18

194

25/01/11

?$18,597.67

6.30%

 

Macquarie

$897,726.13

219

14/07/11

?$33,664.73

6.25%

 

IMB

$1,153,746.39

210

13/01/11

?$40,558.14

6.11%

 

Bankwest

$1,105,669.47

280

05/05/11

?$53,011.55

6.25%

 

Bankwest

$579,868.14

196

31/03/11

?$18,682.87

6.00%

 

Westpac(CPG)

$1,000,000.00

188

28/04/11

?$30,904.11

6.00%

 

Savings & Loans

$1,075,159.46

367

14/11/11

?$68,430.51

6.33%

 

Macquarie Bank**

$321,036.16

273

07/07/11

?$ 14,767.22

6.15%

 

Bendigo & Adelaide

$1,029,095.89

189

14/04/11

?$31,439.58

5.90%

 

Savings & Loans

$1,030,065.75

364

06/10/11

?$62,970.04

6.13%

 

Savings & Loans

$560,818.94

154

10/02/11

?$14,126.18

5.97%

 

Newcastle Permanent

$1,161,668.77

364

25/08/11

?$71,826.14

6.20%

 

NAB

$1,068,534.79

184

28/01/11

?$32,858.18

6.10%

 

NAB

$1,067,876.86

184

22/01/11

?$32,837.94

6.10%

 

NAB

$1,101,017.99

364

09/12/11

?$72,468.10

6.60%

 

NAB

$1,036,635.62

197

05/07/11

?$35,807.95

6.40%

 

NAB

$1,012,958.91

184

05/02/11

?$30,893.86

6.05%

 

NAB

$1,014,013.70

210

10/03/11

?$35,296.01

6.05%

 

Suncorp

$837,600.00

198

20/01/11

?$ 28,534.39

6.28%

 

Bendigo & Adelaide(CPG)

$750,000.00

181

16/06/11

?$23,244.86

6.25%

 

Bendigo & Adelaide(CPG)

$1,030,000.00

209

23/06/11

?$37,156.19

6.30%

 

Westpac

$854,400.00

210

30/06/11

?$30,035.09

6.11%

 

Bankwest(CPG)

$1,000,000.00

258

21/07/11

?$42,764.38

6.05%

 

LGFS - CRI

$545,333.11

31

31/01/11

?$2,709.48

5.85%

 

Blackrock Diversified Credit Fund

$350,410.21

31

31/01/11

?$845.21

2.84%

(Est.)

Macquarie Global Income Opportunity

$4,260,082.14

31

31/01/11

?$10,275.55

2.84%

(Est.)

UBS Wealth Management Aust Ltd

$1,715,594.77

31

31/01/11

?$2,753.88

1.89%

(Est.)

NSW Treasury Corp Long Term Growth

$954,750.97

31

31/01/11

?$ 2,465.09

3.04%

(Est.)

Longreach 2-2007

$957,050.00

31

31/01/11

?$812.84

1.00%

(Est.)

Longreach Series 26

$412,600.00

31

31/01/11

?$ -??

0.00%

(Est.)

Averon II

$395,050.00

31

31/01/11

?$ -??

0.00%

(Est.)

TOTAL

?$33,043,318.24

 

 

?$972,265.96

 

 

 


4??????? Interest Earned on Investments: December 2010

 

Total

Interest earned to date

 

 

 

?$835,871.13

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plus

Interest due to 31/12/10

 

 

 

?$408,397.45

 

 

 

 

 

 

Accrued? to 31//12/10

 

 

 

?$1,244,268.58

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plus

Year to date unrealised changes in Net Asset Value of Capital Protected Securities

 

 

 

?$7,850.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Investment Returns to 31/12/10

 

 

 

?$1,252,118.58

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amount of interest expected from all funds and reserves

 

 

 

 

as per Budget

 

 

 

?$1,504,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

* To ensure consistency, returns take into account unrealised gains in Capital Protected

?? Investments for December of ($7,850)

 

? Unrealised losses were added back in previous investment reports.

 

 

 

 

 

5??????? Performance Report

 

TERM DEPOSITS

 

31 DECEMBER 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

Invested

Days

Date of

Interest

Amount of

Total interest &

 

Amount

Invested

Maturity

Rate

interest

investment

 

 

 

 

 

due on

due on

 

 

 

 

 

maturity

Maturity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BCCU

$679,936.19

365

27/05/11

6.35%

$43,175.95

$723,112.14

BCCU

$515,706.85

182

03/03/11

6.15%

$15,814.54

$531,521.39

BCCU

$1,013,506.85

189

03/02/11

6.20%

$32,537.73

$1,046,044.58

Bankwest

$555,404.18

194

25/01/11

6.30%

$18,597.67

$574,001.85

Macquarie Bank

$897,726.13

219

14/07/11

6.25%

$33,664.73

$931,390.86

IMB

$1,153,746.39

210

13/01/11

6.11%

$40,558.14

$1,194,304.53

Bankwest

$1,105,669.47

280

05/05/11

6.25%

$53,011.55

$1,158,681.02

Bankwest

$579,868.14

196

31/03/11

6.00%

$18,682.87

$598,551.01

Westpac

$1,000,000.00

188

28/04/11

6.00%

$30,904.11

$1,030,904.11

Savings & Loans

$1,075,159.46

367

14/11/11

6.33%

$68,430.51

$1,143,589.97

Macquarie Bank

$321,036.16

273

07/07/11

6.15%

$14,767.22

$335,803.38

Bendigo & Adelaide

$1,029,095.89

189

14/04/11

5.90%

$31,439.58

$1,060,535.47

Savings & Loans

$1,030,065.75

364

06/10/11

6.13%

$62,970.04

$1,093,035.79

Savings & Loans

$560,818.94

154

10/02/11

5.97%

$14,126.18

$574,945.12

Newcastle Permanent

$1,161,668.77

364

25/08/11

6.20%

$71,826.14

$1,233,494.91

NAB

$1,068,534.79

184

28/01/11

6.10%

$32,858.18

$1,101,392.97

NAB

$1,067,876.86

184

22/01/10

6.10%

$32,837.94

$1,100,714.80

NAB

$1,101,017.99

364

09/12/11

6.60%

$72,468.10

$1,173,486.09

NAB

$1,036,635.62

197

05/07/11

6.40%

$35,807.95

$1,072,443.57

NAB

$1,012,958.91

184

05/02/11

6.05%

$30,893.86

$1,043,852.77

NAB

$1,014,013.70

210

10/03/11

6.05%

$35,296.01

$1,049,309.71

Suncorp

$837,600.00

198

20/01/11

6.28%

$28,534.39

$866,134.39

Bendigo & Adelaide

$750,000.00

181

16/06/11

6.25%

$23,244.86

$773,244.86

Bendigo & Adelaide

$1,030,000.00

209

23/06/11

6.30%

$37,156.19

$1,067,156.19

Westpac

$854,400.00

210

30/06/11

6.11%

$30,035.09

$884,435.09

Bankwest(CPG)

$1,000,000.00

258

21/07/11

6.05%

$42,764.38

$1,042,764.38

LGFS ? CRI

$545,333.11

31

31/12/10

5.85%

$2,709.48

$548,042.59

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Term Deposits

$23,997,780.15

 

 

 

$955,113.39

$24,952,893.54

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MANAGED FUNDS- Medium term

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blackrock Diversified Credit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

2.84%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$441,092.53

 

 

 

$441,092.53

Returns

31/07/2010

 

 

$3,079.78

 

$444,172.31

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

$3,764.17

 

$447,936.48

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

$2,737.58

 

$450,674.06

Wind up

22/10/2010

 

 

 

-$108,521.54

$342,152.52

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

$3,124.72

 

$345,277.24

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

$1,026.60

 

$346,303.84

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

$4,106.37

 

$350,410.21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$441,092.53

$0.00

$17,839.22

-$108,521.54

$350,410.21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Macquarie Global Income Opportunity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

2.84%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$4,053,440.09

 

 

 

$4,053,440.09

Returns

31/07/2010

 

 

$25,229.72

 

$4,078,669.81

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

$37,030.73

 

$4,115,700.54

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

$37,243.28

 

$4,152,943.82

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

$42,691.13

 

$4,195,634.95

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

$33,249.82

 

$4,228,884.77

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

$31,197.37

 

$4,260,082.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$4,053,440.09

$0.00

$206,642.05

$0.00

$4,260,082.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UBS Wealth Management Aust Ltd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

1.89%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$285,813.11

 

 

 

$285,813.11

Additions

21/07/2010

 

$1,012,553.42

 

 

$1,298,366.53

Redemptions

22/07/2010

 

 

 

-$800,000.00

$498,366.53

Redemptions

29/07/2010

 

 

 

-$100,000.00

$398,366.53

Redemptions

31/07/2010

 

 

$2,058.38

 

$400,424.91

Redemptions

5/08/2010

 

 

 

-$150,000.00

$250,424.91

Redemptions

19/08/2010

 

 

 

-$200,000.00

$50,424.91

Additions

19/08/2010

 

$1,016,387.12

 

 

$1,066,812.03

Redemptions

20/08/2010

 

 

 

-$800,000.00

$266,812.03

Additions

26/08/2010

 

$1,017,459.18

 

 

$1,284,271.21

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

-$433.18

 

$1,283,838.03

Additions

23/09/2010

 

$1,022,953.42

 

 

$2,306,791.45

Redemptions

23/09/2010

 

 

 

-$1,200,000.00

$1,106,791.45

Additions

30/09/2010

 

$1,024,084.93

 

 

$2,130,876.38

Redemptions

30/09/2010

 

 

 

-$500,000.00

$1,630,876.38

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

$3,416.27

 

$1,634,292.65

Redemptions

7/10/2010

 

 

 

-$300,000.00

$1,334,292.65

Redemptions

21/10/2010

 

 

 

-$500,000.00

$834,292.65

Additions

21/10/2010

 

$1,028,109.59

 

 

$1,862,402.24

Redemptions

22/10/2010

 

 

 

-$1,000,000.00

$862,402.24

Redemptions

28/10/2010

 

 

 

$1,029,260.27

$1,891,662.51


 

Additions

28/10/2010

 

 

 

-$600,000.00

$1,291,662.51

Funds From Blackrock Windup

22/10/2010

 

$108,521.54

 

 

$1,400,184.05

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

-$87.64

 

$1,400,096.41

Additions

4/11/2010

 

$1,029,652.18

 

 

$2,429,748.59

Redemptions

5/11/2010

 

 

 

-$1,000,000.00

$1,429,748.59

?Interest from Suncrop T/D

23/11/2010

 

 

 

$34,012.60

$1,463,761.19

?Interest from Bendigo T/D

26/11/2010

 

 

 

$5,215.07

$1,468,976.26

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

-$418.77

 

$1,468,557.49

?Interest from Bendigo T/D

16/12/2010

 

 

 

$29,116.85

$1,497,674.34

Redemptions

22/12/2010

 

 

 

-$800,000.00

$697,674.34

Additions

22/12/2010

 

$1,004,438.36

 

 

$1,702,112.70

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

 

$13,482.07

$1,715,594.77

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$285,813.11

$8,264,159.74

$4,535.06

-$6,838,913.14

$1,715,594.77

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MANAGED FUNDS- Long Term Funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NSW Treasury Corp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

3.04%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$890,567.41

 

 

 

$890,567.41

Returns

31/07/2010

 

 

$24,651.70

 

$915,219.11

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

-$9,837.79

 

$905,381.32

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

$23,956.31

 

$929,337.63

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

$11,633.66

 

$940,971.29

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

-$2,597.81

 

$938,373.48

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

$16,377.49

 

$954,750.97

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$890,567.41

$0.00

$64,183.56

$0.00

$954,750.97

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Longreach 2-2007 - (Capital Protected)

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

1.00%

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$961,140.00

 

 

 

$961,140.00

Returns

31/07/2010

 

 

-$6,400.00

 

$954,740.00

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

$7,070.00

 

$961,810.00

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

-$5,430.00

 

$956,380.00

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

$4,680.00

 

$961,060.00

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

$3,190.00

 

$964,250.00

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

-$7,200.00

 

$957,050.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$961,140.00

$0.00

-$4,090.00

$0.00

$957,050.00

Longreach Series 26 (Capital Protected)

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

 

0.00%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$409,450.00

 

 

 

$409,450.00

Returns

31/07/2010

 

 

$2,050.00

 

$411,500.00

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

$4,400.00

 

$415,900.00

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

-$5,250.00

 

$410,650.00

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

$2,200.00

 

$412,850.00

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

-$750.00

 

$412,100.00

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

$500.00

 

$412,600.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$409,450.00

$0.00

$3,150.00

$0.00

$412,600.00

Averon II (Capital Protected)

 

 

 

 

 

Anticipated return per month

0.00%

 

 

 

 

Institution

 

 

Additional

Performance

Redemptions/

Current Market

 

Date

Investment

Deposits

 

Pay Outs

Value

Bal Bgt Forward

30/06/2010

$396,450.00

 

 

 

$396,450.00

Returns

31/07/2010

 

 

-$3,700.00

 

$392,750.00

Returns

31/08/2010

 

 

$3,200.00

 

$395,950.00

Returns

30/09/2010

 

 

$200.00

 

$396,150.00

Returns

31/10/2010

 

 

$2,050.00

 

$398,200.00

Returns

30/11/2010

 

 

-$2,000.00

 

$396,200.00

Returns

31/12/2010

 

 

-$1,150.00

 

$395,050.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$396,450.00

$0.00

-$1,400.00

$0.00

$395,050.00

Total Managed Funds-Performance since July, 2010

 

$8,264,159.74

$290,859.89

-$6,947,434.68

$9,045,538.09

Total investments for the month

 

 

 

 

$33,043,318.24

Total investments on maturity

 

 

 

 

$33,998,431.63

 


 

 

 

CONSULTATION:

 

Grove Research and Advisory.

 

 

SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT:

 

Environment

 

There are no environmental implications.

 

Social

 

There are no social implications.

 

Economic

 

There are no economic implications.

 

Risk

 

That Council may not meet its budget returns for 2010/2011 based on current performance.

 

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

 

Direct and indirect impact on current and future budgets

 

A review of budgeted interest returns for 2010/2011 will be completed with the December Budget Review and GPG Research & Advisory will provide Council with the updated interest rates.

 

Source of fund and any variance to working funds

 

Interest on investments will be assessed with the December 2010 Budget Review.? Variances have not been distributed between the Water, Sewerage and General Funds for the first quarter of the financial year.

 

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

Director Environment & Planning's Report

ITEM 10.1??? SF1261??????????? 200111???????? Outstanding DA's greater than 12 months, applications where submissions received not determined to 10 January 2011

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Barbara Parkins, Executive Assistant ????????

 

Summary:

 

In accordance with Council resolution from 15 May 2008 meeting, the development applications listed below are in excess of 12 months old (Table 1).

 

Table 2 are development applications which have been received but not yet determined due to submissions received. In accordance with Minute 848/08 from Council meeting of 18 December 2008, should any Councillor wish to ?call in? an application a Notice of Motion is required specifying the reasons why it is to be ?called in?.

 

If an application is not called in and staff consider the matters raised by the submissions have been adequately addressed then the application will be processed under delegated authority. Where refusal is recommended the application may be reported to Council for determination.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

1????????? That the list of outstanding development applications (at least 12 months old) and applications received, be noted and received for information by Council.

 

2????????? That the applications where submissions have been received be noted and received for information by Council.

 

 

 

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS WHERE SUBMISSIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND ARE NOT YET DETERMINED

 

DA NO

DATE OF RECEIPT

PROPOSAL

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

SUBMISSIONS RECEIVED/
STAFF COMMENTS

2004/136

Ongoing from Court Decision

11 Lot Rural-Residential Subdivision

Lot 2 in DP 548175, 346 East West Road, Valla

? Dust issues and related health problems

? Clearing of koala habitat

? Impacts on biodiversity

? Threatened Species Act ? 7 part assessment ? doesn?t believe it satisfies it

? Further consideration should be given to soil testing and endangered species

Further additional information received by letter dated 30 July 2010. DA readvertised and renotified until 13/9/10.

Request further information from applicant on 22 September.

Response received indicating information should be with Council by 29/10/10.

Further information received from Applicant. Matter now referred to DoP and Rural Fire Services 8/11/10 Still awaiting responses.

Response from DoP in regard to KPoM received 24/12/10 making suggested consent conditions

Response from RFS 4/1/11 requiring additional information


 

DA NO

DATE OF RECEIPT

PROPOSAL

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

SUBMISSIONS RECEIVED/
STAFF COMMENTS

2006/142/01

Modification

27/09/2010

19 Lot Residential Subdivision - Alter the lot layout and carry out the subdivision in two stages

Lot 142 DP 809036, 2 Grandview Drive North, Macksville

? Request for fencing to replace barbed wire fence

? Concern with ROW

? Request for final plan to be exhibited prior to final approval

? Issue with overgrown nature of the property

 

Additional information requested 15/10/10 ? received 16/11/10.

Awaiting response from RFS.

Amended plans received 23/12/10 ? to be discussed with Manager Technical Services

 

2010/234

27/09/2010

New School and 2 Lot Subdivision

Lot 11 DP 805157, 21 Dudley Street, Macksville

? Concerns with traffic and road conditions for buses in Dudley & East Streets

? Traffic Study lacking in accuracy

Discussed at a Development Traffic Committee meeting. Appropriate conditions of consent to be applied if the application is approved.

DA to be determined by JRPP, Briefing report for a future GPC meeting.

 

2010/216

27/08/2010

Dual Occupancy and Subdivision

Lot 98, DP 248782, 13 Bismark Street, Nambucca Heads

? Concerns with vehicle noise with proposed new dwelling ? long driveway

? Minimum lot size?

? NSC resumption for parkland

Amended plans submitted 10/12/10.

To be determined by end of January 2011

2008/239/01 Modification

22/11/2010

Concrete Batching Plant

Lot 4, DP 549892, 2 Centra Park Street, Macksville

? Concerns with long term noise issues

? Disregard for operating hours noted in original consent

See item in General Purpose Business Paper

 

2010/283

08/12/2010

Dwelling-house

Lot 30 DP 24431, 9 Allison? Road, Hyland Park

? Impact on scenic view and amenity of high wall proposed

? Building over the sewer main

Issues being dealt with in assessment of application.

Awaiting RFS comments.

To be determined by the end of January 2011.

 

2002/330/03 Modification

14/12/2010

Driveway, Retaining Wall, General Storage Area, Water Tanks

Lot 78 DP 1080850, 3 Dickson Street, Nambucca Heads

? Clarification on some items in the application ie intention to install a lift, will the window remain or be closed in, driveway entrance

? If using laneway issues with sealing, drainage, etc to be considered.

Neighbour notification closes 20/1/2011

Concerns will be addressed when assessing the application

 

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Ordinary Council Meeting

20 January 2011

Director Environment & Planning's Report

ITEM 10.2??? SF1261??????????? 200111???????? DA's and CDC's Received and Determined under Delegated Authority 10 January 2011

 

AUTHOR/ENQUIRIES:???? Barbara Parkins, Executive Assistant ????????

 

Summary:

 

For Council?s information, below are listed Development Applications and Complying Development Applications received by Council and applications determined under Delegated Authority.

 

 

Recommendation:

 

That Council note the Development Applications/Complying Development Applications received and determined under delegated authority.

 

 

 

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS/COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED
TO 10 JANUARY 2011

 

DA Number

Application Date

Development

Address

2010/281

03/12/2010

Meat processing facility

Lot 2 DP 602704, 242 Soldiers Settlers road, Newee Creek

2010/282

06/12/2010

Dwelling Additions

Lot 1661 DP 748021, 40 Burkes Lane, Valla

2010/283

08/12/2010

New dwelling

Lot 30 DP 24431, 9 Allison Road, Hyland Park

2010/284

08/12/2010

New dwelling

Lot 15 DP 1048659, 1 Sandpiper Drive, Scotts Head

2010/285

09/12/2010

Burial Site

Lot 110 DP 755562, 57 Brushbox Road, Eungai Rail

2010/286

09/12/2010

Additions - Deck

Lot 6 DP 28490, 10 Nelson Street, Nambucca Heads

2010/287

06/12/2010

Patio Cover

Lot 85 DP 248782, 2 Curlew Street, Nambucca Heads

2010/288

09.12/2010

Screen Enclosure

Lot 5 DP 1134592, 9 Sunbird Drive, Nambucca Heads

2010/289

10/12/2010

Steel garage/shed

Lot 85 DP 10995338, 84 Seaforth Drive, Valla Beach

2010/290

10/12/2010

3 Lot rural subdivision

Lot 1 DP 207547 & Lot 2 DP 1120679, 94 Boltons Crossing Road, Gumma

2010/291

10/12/2010

Attach awning to front of shop

Lot 2 DP 382674, 10 Bowra Street, Nambucca Heads

2010/292

17/12/2010

Cut & Fill & Relocation of water tank & screening