The following document is the minutes of the Council meeting held on 10 October 2012.† These minutes are subject to confirmation as to their accuracy at the next meeting to be held on 25 October 2012 and therefore subject to change.† Please refer to the minutes of 25 October 2012 for confirmation.

 

 

PRESENT

 

Cr Rhonda Hoban (Mayor)

Cr Brian Finlayson

Cr Paula Flack

Cr Kim MacDonald

Cr Bob Morrison

Cr Anne Smyth

Cr Elaine South

 

 

 

ALSO PRESENT

 

Michael Coulter (General Manager)

 

Noel Chapman (Acting AGM Engineering Services)

 

 

APOLOGIES

 

Cr John Ainsworth on approved leave.

Cr Martin Ballangarry OAM on approved leave.

Craig Doolan (Acting AGM Corporate & Community Services)

 

 

PRAYER

 

Pastor Jon Ventham from the C3 Church offered a prayer on behalf of the Nambucca Minister's Association.

 

 

DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST

 

Councillor Rhonda Hoban declared a non-pecuniary significant conflict of interest in the following items:

under the Local Government Act as Cr Hoban negotiated conditions of Consent in the Land and Environment Court for one of the Quarries tendering (Marriott Quarry leased by Quarry Solutions.† Cr Hoban left the meeting for these items.

 

Councillor Anne Smyth declared a non-pecuniary less significant conflict of interest in Item 9.7 Endorsement of Flying Fox Plan of Management - Grassy Park, Bowraville under the Local Government Act as Cr Smythís sister in law is an employee of Landcare, who has assisted Council in the development of the Plan of Management.

 

Councillor Bob Morrison declared a non-pecuniary less significant conflict of interest in Item 9.16 Opportunities to find U3A a Permanent Home under the Local Government Act as Cr Morrison is a member of U3A.

 

Councillor Bob Morrison declared a non-pecuniary less significant conflict of interest in Item 11.7 Tender for the Supply of Aggregate for Patching Machine under the Local Government Act as Cr Morrison owns shares in Boral.

 

General Manager, Michael Coulter, declared a pecuniary interest in Item 10.2 Report on Minutes of the Access Committee meeting 25 September 2012 under the Local Government Act as Mr Coulter is the Honorary Secretary of the Macksville Scotts Head SLSC who submitted a request to Council to house the beach wheelchair at the Surf Club.


 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - SPECIAL Council Meeting 26 September 2012

 

3598/12 Resolved:†††††† (Smyth/South)

 

That the minutes of the Special Council Meeting of 26 September 2012 be confirmed.

 

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - Ordinary Council Meeting 27 September 2012

 

3599/12 Resolved:†††††† (Flack/MacDonald)

 

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting of 27 September 2012 be confirmed.

 

 

DELEGATIONS

 

RECOMMENDATION

 

That the following delegations be heard:

 

ITEM 9.7††††† Endorsement of Flying Fox Plan of Management - Grassy Park, Bowraville

††††††††† i)††††††† Ms Marion Syratt

††††††††† ii)†††††† Mr Todd Vercoe

ITEM 9.16††† Opportunities to find U3A a permanent home

††††††††† i)††††††† Ms Rita Spencer on behalf of U3A

 

 

Ms Marion Syratt addressed Council making the following points:

    Speaking in favour of Plan of Management

    Acknowledged flying fox are noisy and smelly but recognises their importance in ecology

    People have to understand they live in flying fox habitat

    Plan of management is a good compromise by putting flying fox at the furtherest distance from residents

    Proposed to plant shrubs closest to houses

    With appropriate vegetation there will be less weeds

    The river water quality is governed by the vegetation around it

    The retention or removal of vegetation is open to negotiation

    Plan of Management is a good stepping stone for maintenance of the whole reserve

    Please stick to the Plan of Management

 

Mr Todd Vercoe addressed Council making the following points:

    Speaking in favour of Plan of Management

    Endorsement of Plan of management to enable continuation of funding from other sources

    Number of flying fox using the Park as a roost has declined since the weeding of the Park took place

    Plan of Management will encourage people to use Grassy Park and discourage flying fox roosting close to residents

    Council will have to fund its own plan if the Plan of Management is not adopted

    Groups of up to 20 volunteers have worked on Grassy Park

 

ITEM 9.7††††† SF430††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Endorsement of Flying Fox Plan of Management - Grassy Park, Bowraville

Motion:††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

1††††††††† That the buffer zone remain and be managed as such with any vegetation that may attract roosting flying fox to be removed.

 

2††††††††† That the current plantings in the Buffer zone stay and if any shrub becomes too tall, they be removed and replaced with a smaller species as an adjunct in inhibiting weed growth in accordance with 1 above.

 

3††††††††† That the Flying Fox Plan of Management for Grassy Park, Bowraville be endorsed.

 

Amendment:†††††† (Hoban/South)

1††††††† That the Plan of Management be modified to reflect the fact that the buffer zone is not intended to provide flying fox roosting habitat and as such any vegetation that attracts roosting flying fox will be removed.

 

2††††††† That subject to the Office of Environment and Heritage providing written endorsement of the interpretation of the Plan of Management† as reflected in (1) above, the Plan of Management be reconsidered.

 

The amendment was carried and it became the motion and it was:

 

3600/12 Resolved:†††††† (Hoban/South)

 

1††††††† That the Plan of Management be modified to reflect the fact that the buffer zone is not intended to provide flying fox roosting habitat and as such any vegetation that attracts roosting flying fox will be removed.

 

2††††††† That subject to the Office of Environment and Heritage providing written endorsement of the interpretation of the Plan of Management† as reflected in (1) above, the Plan of Management be reconsidered.

 

3601/12 Resolved:†††††† (Finlayson/Morrison)

 

That Council respond to the Office of Environment and Heritage advising their response to Councilís letter concerning the State wide management of flying fox was unacceptable and asking them to develop a policy to ensure the establishment of flying fox camps well away from people.

 

 

DELEGATIONS continued

 

Ms Spencer spoke to a prepared statement, a copy of which is on Trim file SF1618.

    Appreciates offer of Council land but U3A do not have the resources to build new premises

    The U3A Committee does not believe the small hall at the Nambucca Entertainment Centre can meet their needs

    They require a number of rooms for simultaneous meetings plus room for an office and room for storage

    The Nambucca Heads Senior Citizen Centre is their preferred venue as it has the required space and is fully air conditioned

    The U3A believe they can negotiate with the Nambucca Senior Citizens Centre to achieve high utilisation of the Centre

    U3Aís contribution to the community has already been demonstrated

    The U3A Committee respectfully request Council to approach the Nambucca Senior Citizens with a view to participating in a meeting to discuss a partnership with U3A.

 

ITEM 9.16††† SF1618††††††††††††† 101012††††† Opportunities to find U3A a Permanent Home

3602/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/Morrison)

 

That Council approach the Nambucca Senior Citizens Centre with a view to arranging a meeting to discuss a possible partnership with U3A and a mutually agreeable arrangement for sharing of the facility.† Further, that the opportunity for the transfer of the building from Council ownership to the Senior Citizens Centre Committee also be discussed.

 

 

 

ASKING OF QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE

 

There were no Questions with Notice.

 

QUESTIONS FOR CLOSED MEETING WHERE DUE NOTICE HAS BEEN RECEIVED

 

There were no Questions for Closed Meeting where due Notice has been received.

 

 

 

General Manager Report

 

ITEM 9.1††††† SF959††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Outstanding Actions and Reports

3603/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

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

 

 

 

ITEM 9.2††††† SF777††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Environmental Levy - Vegetation Mapping Project

Motion:††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

That Council support Option 1

 

Amendment:†††††† (Hoban/MacDonald)

 

That Council support option 2 as proposed by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to update the vegetation mapping in the shire and that $40,000 be allocated from the Environmental Levy to fund this project.

 

The amendment was carried and it became the motion and it was:

 

3604/12 Resolved:†††††† (Hoban/MacDonald)

 

That Council support option 2 as proposed by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to update the vegetation mapping in the shire and that $40,000 be allocated from the Environmental Levy to fund this project.

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.3††††† SF688††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Review of Environmental Levy Program

Motion:††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

1††††††† That Council endorse the proposed replacement projects for the 2012/2013 Environmental Levy works program and place them on public exhibition for 28 days.

 

2††††††† That Council receive a report to establish a rainwater tank rebate under its water fund and that the provisions of the existing rebate scheme be reviewed to achieve a higher take up rate.

 

3††††††† That further report/s come to Council on the outcome of the public exhibition and the expenditure of the balance of the revoted funds.

 

Amendment:†††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

1††††††† That Council endorse the proposed replacement projects for the 2012/2013 Environmental Levy works program and place them on public exhibition for 28 days except that No 6 in the list of replacement projects (Prepare/Review Concept Plans for CBD Streetscape Improvements) be replaced with a funded Natural Resources Officer three (3) days per week.

2††††††† That Council receive a report to establish a rainwater tank rebate under its water fund and that the provisions of the existing rebate scheme be reviewed to achieve a higher take up rate.

3††††††† That further report/s come to Council on the outcome of the public exhibition and the expenditure of the balance of the revoted funds

The amendment was LOST.

 

3605/12 Resolved:†††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

1††††††† That Council endorse the proposed replacement projects for the 2012/2013 Environmental Levy works program and place them on public exhibition for 28 days subject to No 6 in the list being worded as follows:† ĎPrepare/Review and Implement Plans for CBD Streetscape Improvements $20,000í.

 

2††††††† That Council receive a report to establish a rainwater tank rebate under its water fund and that the provisions of the existing rebate scheme be reviewed to achieve a higher take up rate.

 

3††††††† That further report/s come to Council on the outcome of the public exhibition and the expenditure of the balance of the revoted funds.

 

3606/12 Resolved:†††††† (Smyth/Flack)

 

That the Estuary Committee be given the opportunity to make comment on the list of proposed replacement projects prior to a final report coming to Council for adoption.

 

3607/12 Resolved:†††††† (Hoban/South)

 

That Council receive a brief report and recommendation on the possibility of extending the environmental levy program to allow for more flexibility and avoidance of re-votes.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.4††††† SF1498††††††††††††† 101012††††† Review of Council Off-Street Parking Requirements

3608/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/Flack)

 

1††††††† That Council endorse the recommended changes to the DCP 2010 car parking provisions for exhibition for a period of not less than 28 days in accordance with the provisions of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.

 

2††††††† That each Chamber of Commerce be informed of the proposed amendments to the DCP 2010 particularly in relation to the parking requirements in the CBD areas.†

 

 

ITEM 9.5††††† SF1751††††††††††††† 101012††††† Planning Proposal Nambucca Local Environmental Plan Amendment no. 10

3609/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/Hoban)

 

1††††††† That pursuant to Clause 59 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 the Planning Proposal, Amendment No 10, associated documents and submissions be forwarded to Department of Planning and Infrastructure requesting that they seek the making of the Plan by the Minister.

 

2††††††† That those persons/agencies that made submissions be advised of Council's decision.

 

For the Motion††††††† Councillors Morrison, Flack, Smyth, Finlayson, MacDonald, South and Hoban.(Total 7)

Against the motion†††††††††† Nil

 


 

ITEM 9.6††††† SF1672††††††††††††† 101012††††† 2012/2013 Water and Sewerage Access Charges

3610/12 Resolved:†††††† (Hoban/Flack)

 

That the matter be deferred to the first meeting in November 2012 to allow the Rates Officer the opportunity to make a recommendation regarding extending the phasing in of the changes over a longer period for those most significantly affected.

 

3611/12 Resolved:†††††† (Hoban/Flack)

 

That Council receive a report on the options for reclassifying properties such as bedsits in line with the classification of motel rooms for purposes of levying water, sewer and waste charges†††† and the precedent that such action would create in terms of numbers of properties and revenue.

 

 

Item 9.7 was dealt with under Delegations.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.8††††† SF112††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Christmas Holidays Closure - 2012-2013

3612/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/MacDonald)

 

1††† That Council close the Administration Centre for the period Monday 24 December 2012 to Tuesday 1 January 2013 (inclusive) noting that emergency services will be on-call in regard to essential services.

 

2††† That Council endorse Thursday 27 December 2012 as Union Picnic Day public holiday for employees who are financial members of the unions.

 

3††† That Council conduct only one Ordinary Meeting in December which will be Wednesday 12 December at 8.30 am and two meetings in January being Wednesday 16 January and Thursday 31 January 2013.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.9††††† SF321††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Missabotti Community Centre Committee of Management Extraordinary Meeting - 9 September 2012 - Minutes

3613/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/Finlayson)

 

That Council endorse minutes of the Committee of Management for the Missabotti Community Centreís extraordinary held on 9 September 2012.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.10††† SF308††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Donnelly-Welsh Playing Fields Committee of Management - Annual General Meeting - 2 September 2011 - Minutes

3614/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (South/Finlayson)

 

That Council endorse the minutes of the Committee of Management of the Donnelly-Welsh Playing Fields Annual General Meeting which was held on 2 September 2011 and that Council thank the outgoing Committee for their work in 2011/2012 and that Council write and advise that they need a Committee of at least four (4) Executive members.

 

 


 

ITEM 9.11††† SF318††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Macksville Senior Citizens Centre Committee of Management - Annual General Meeting - 23 February 2012 - Minutes

3615/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/MacDonald)

 

That Council note the Macksville Senior Citizens Centre Committee of Managementís financial statement for the year ending 30 September 2011.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.12††† SF313††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Eungai District Community Council - Committee of Management AGM - 4 September 2012

3616/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/South)

 

That Council endorse minutes of the Committee of Management for the Eungai District Community Council Annual General Meeting held on 4 September 2012, and thank the outgoing Committee for their work in the past twelve months.

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.13††† SF344††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Warrell Creek Hall Committee of Management AGM - 5 September 2012 - Minutes

3617/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/Finlayson)

 

That Council endorse the Minutes of the Committee of Management for the Warrell Creek Hallís Annual General Meeting held on 5 September 2012 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work in the past twelve months.

 

3618/12 Resolved:†††††† (Smyth/Flack)

 

That Council advise Committees of Management that, in the interest of their financial sustainability, we expect their fees and charges to be increased by at least the CPI annually.

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.14††† PRF54††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Boulton's Crossing (Gumma) Reserve - Camping Fees

Motion:††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

1††††††† Camping fees at the Boultonís Crossing (Gumma) Reserve be maintained at $12 per site per night, except for designated NSW school holidays when the camping fee will be $20 per site per night.

 

2††††††† That a suitable sign be erected at the Boultonís Crossing (Gumma) Reserve indicating the camping fees and other rules for use of the Reserve (eg, no dogs, maximum stay of 1 month, no unoccupied vans or campsites etc.)

 

3††††††† That the changes to camping fees be advertised in Councilís block in the Nambucca Guardian News and also on Councilís website.

 

Amendment:†††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

That the matter be deferred pending advice on the safety of the tank stand and whether or not the onsite sewerage management system meets Councilís requirements. Also whether Council has Public Liability insurance cover for the camping ground given its legal status.

 

The amendment was carried and it became the motion and it was:

 

 

3619/12 Resolved:†††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

That the matter be deferred pending advice on the safety of the tank stand and whether or not the onsite sewerage management system meets Councilís requirements. Also whether Council has Public Liability insurance cover for the camping ground given its legal status.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.15††† SF544††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Section 94 Status Report

3620/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

1††††††† That Council note the intention to develop a Section 94A contributions plan.

 

2††††††† That a draft Section 94A contributions plan be submitted to Council no later than early 2013 to enable a draft works schedule to be advertised with the draft 2013/2014 Operational Plan.

 

 

 

General Manager Report - LATE

 

This Item 9.16 was dealt with under Delegations.

 

 

 

Assistant General Manager Corporate and Community Services Report

 

ITEM 10.1††† SF1719††††††††††††† 101012††††† Report on Minutes of the Access Committee meeting 24 July 2012

3621/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Smyth/Flack)

 

That the minutes of the Access Committee meeting held 24 July 2012 be endorsed.†

 

 

The General Manager left the meeting for the duration of this item.

 

ITEM 10.2††† SF1719††††††††††††† 101012††††† Report on Minutes of the Access Committee meeting 25 September† 2012

3622/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Smyth/Flack)

 

1††††††††† That the Mobility Map, and Access and Disability Information for Visitors brochure, be updated for continued use with distribution via Visitor Information Centre and throughout tourist establishments.

 

2††††††††† That the request from Macksville-Scotts Heads Surf Life Saving Club Inc be supported, and that the beach wheelchair be given to the organisation on the condition that it becomes responsible for all future maintenance, management and insurances.

 

3††††††††† That Council write to Woolworths in Macksville to enquire as to their position regarding the disability toilet and access to it by the public, noting that this has been an issue in the past and further, that a very elderly shopper was recently told that it was a staff toilet and not available for her to use.

 

4††††††††† That the remaining minutes of the Access Committee meeting held 25 September 2012 be endorsed.†

 

 


 

ITEM 10.3††† SF1709††††††††††††† 101012††††† DA's and CDC's Received and Determined Under Delegated Authority from 15-28 September 2012

3623/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Smyth/Flack)

 

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

 

 

 

ITEM 10.4††† SF1709††††††††††††† 101012††††† Outstanding DA's greater than 12 months, applications where submissions received not determined to 28 September 2012

3624/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/MacDonald)

 

1††††††††† That the list of outstanding development applications (in excess of 12 months old) 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.

 

3625/12 Resolved:†††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

That Council† write to the NBN to clarify whether the Federal Telecommunications Act will override the State Planning legislation Council operates under.

 

 

 

ITEM 10.5††† DA2012/097††††††† 101012††††† DA2012/097 Application for a Dwelling - with a Request to Vary Rural Buffer Requirements

3626/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

It is recommended that Council consent to the development application, subject to the draft conditions.

 

For the Motion††††††† Councillors Morrison, Flack, Smyth, Finlayson, MacDonald, South and Hoban.(Total 7)

Against the motion†††††††††† Nil

 

 

 

ITEM 10.6††† SF1031††††††††††††† 101012††††† Draft Policy - Abandoned Shopping Trolleys

3627/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/South)

 

That the matter be deferred to enable consideration of Councillorsí comments.

 

 

 

Assistant General Manager Engineering Services Report

 

ITEM 11.1††† SF1185††††††††††††† 101012††††† Naming the New Beach Area Ė Ferry Street, Macksville

3628/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Hoban/Flack)

 

That the matter be deferred due to an undertaking that there be a meeting with the various stakeholders.

 

 


 

ITEM 11.2††† SF1031††††††††††††† 101012††††† Policy Review - Tree Vandalism

3629/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Flack/Smyth)

 

That Council endorse the Policy for Tree Vandalism (amended 2012).

 

 

 

3630/12 Resolved:†††††† (South/Smyth)

 

That Council deal with Items 11.3, 11.4, 11.5 and 11.7.

 

 

The Mayor Cr Hoban left the meeting at 12.31 pm and returned at the conclusion of Items 11.3,11.4,11.5 and 11.7 the time being 12.36 pm.

 

3631/12 Resolved:†††††† (Smyth/Finlayson)

 

That Cr Flack chair the meeting for Items 11.3, 11.4, 11.5 and 11.7.

 

 

ITEM 11.3††† SF1794††††††††††††† 101012††††† Tender for the Supply of Raw Feed Ex Bin

3632/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/MacDonald)

 

1††††††† That Council accept the tenders submitted by Quarry Solutions and Nambucca Valley Gravel, for the supply of raw feed ex bin, as a panel at the rates as provided in the tender matrix provided in the report as a confidential circularised document.

 

2††††††† Provision be allowed for a twelve months extension based on satisfactory performance.

 

 

 

ITEM 11.4††† SF1793††††††††††††† 101012††††† Tender for the Supply of Roadbase Ex Bin

3633/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (MacDonald/Finlayson)

 

1††††††† That Council accept the tenders submitted by Quarry Solutions and Nambucca Valley Gravel, for the supply of roadbase ex bin, as a panel at the rates as provided in the tender matrix provided as in the report as a confidential circularised document.

 

2††††††† Provision be allowed for a twelve months extension based on satisfactory performance.

 

 

 

ITEM 11.5††† SF1793††††††††††††† 101012††††† Tender for the Supply of Crusher Run Ex Bin

3634/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (MacDonald/Finlayson)

 

1††††††† That Council accept the tenders submitted by Quarry Solutions and Nambucca Valley Gravel, for the supply of crusher run ex bin, as a panel at the rates as provided in the tender matrix provided as provided in the report as a confidential circularised document.

 

2††††††† Provision be allowed for a twelve months extension based on satisfactory performance.

 

 


 

ITEM 11.7††† SF1793††††††††††††† 101012††††† Tender for the Supply of Aggregate for Patching Machine T51213NAM

3635/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

1††††††† That the three tenders be accepted in accordance with the evaluation panel recommendation for the period 1 November 2012 to 30 September 2014 at the prices submitted in the reportís confidential circularised document.

 

2††††††† Provision be allowed for a twelve months extension based on satisfactory performance.

 

The Mayor resumed the Chair at 12.36 pm.

 

ITEM 11.6††† SF1793††††††††††††† 101012††††† Tender for the Supply and Delivery of Road Surfacing T11213MNC

3636/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (South/Finlayson)

 

1††††††† That the recommendation of the evaluation panel be adopted for the various categories as detailed in the report as a circularised confidential document for the period 1 November 2012 to 30 September 2014.

 

2††††††† That provision be made for a twelve months extension subject to satisfactory performance.

 

 

 

ITEM 11.8††† SF1793††††††††††††† 101012††††† Tender for the Supply and Incorporation of Stabilising Agents T21213NAM

3637/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (Finlayson/South)

 

1††††††† That the three highest ranking tenders be accepted in accordance with the evaluation panel recommendation for the period 1 November 2012 to 30 September 2013 at the prices submitted in the in the report as a confidential circularised document.

 

2††††††† Provision be allowed for a 12 month extension based on satisfactory performance.

 

 

 

ITEM 11.9††† SF565††††††††††††††† 101012††††† Temporary Road Closures for Events on Roads

3638/12 RESOLVED:†††††† (MacDonald/Finlayson)

 

That Council approve road closures for the following events:

 

1††††††† Macksville Gift Procession Committee of Management Ė Macksville Gift Procession

 

††††††††† MATILDA STREET from Station to Wallace Streets;

††††††††† WALLACE STREET from Station to Cooper Streets;

††††††††† COOPER STREET from Wallace to Boundary Streets between 4.30 pm and 5.30 pm on 10 November 2012:

 

Subject to the following being received and carried out by Council:

 

∑††††††††††††† Certificate of Currency for Public Liability Insurance;

∑††††††††††††† Traffic Management Plan confirming Accredited Traffic Controllers will be on site;

∑††††††††††††† Advertising is carried out 7 days prior to the event by Nambucca Shire Council; and

∑††††††††††††† Police approval is granted.

 

 

CLOSURE

 

There being no further business the Mayor then closed the meeting the time being 12.40 pm.†

 

Confirmed and signed by the Mayor on 25 October 2012.

 

 

 

 

CR RHONDA HOBAN

MAYOR

(CHAIRPERSON)