PRESENT

 

Cr Rhonda Hoban (Mayor)

Cr John Ainsworth

Cr Brian Finlayson

Cr Susan Jenvey

Cr David Jones – entered 5.36 pm

Cr Janine Reed

Cr Anne Smyth

Cr John Wilson

 

 

ALSO PRESENT

 

Michael Coulter (General Manager)

Paul Gallagher (AGM Engineering Services)

Lorraine Hemsworth (Minute Secretary)

 

 

 

APOLOGIES

 

Scott Norman (AGM Corporate Services)

 

 

PRAYER

 

Captain Steve Dorman, Salvation Army, offered a prayer on behalf of the Nambucca Minister's Association.

 

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - Ordinary Council Meeting

 

SUBJECT:   CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES - Ordinary Council Meeting 16 November 2017

580/17 RESOLVED:        (Wilson/Jenvey)

 

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting of 16 November 2017 be confirmed.

 

 

 

 


 

NOTICE OF MOTION - CR Hoban

ITEM 5.1      SF2303              301117      Notice of Motion - Support for Speed Limits at Emergency Incidents

581/17 RESOLVED:        (Hoban/Ainsworth)

 

That Council write to the NSW Premier and the Roads and Maritime Minister requesting legislative change requiring a 40kph speed limit at emergency incidents to protect all emergency services personnel.

 

 

 

 

NOTICE OF MOTION - CR Hoban

ITEM 5.2      SF2303              301117      Notice of Motion - Proposal to offer shared Bulky Goods Collection to Local Aboriginal Land Councils

Motion:      (Hoban/Wilson)

 

That Council approach the Nambucca Heads, Unkya and Bowraville Local Aboriginal Land Councils seeking their interest in providing a one-off bulky goods collection immediately to the residents they are providing housing to, with the costs shared equally between Council and the respective Land Council. Further, that Council seek the assistance of the three Land Councils by issuing reminders to their tenants prior to the annual scheduled collection.

 

 

Amendment:       (Jenvey/Smyth)

 

That Council approach the Nambucca Heads, Unkya and Bowraville Local Aboriginal Land Councils seeking their interest in providing a one-off bulky goods collection immediately to the residents they are providing housing to, with the costs being met by Council. Further, that Council seek the assistance of the three Land Councils by issuing reminders to their tenants prior to the annual scheduled collection.

 

The Amendment was carried and became the Motion which was:

 

582/17 Resolved:        (Jenvey/Smyth)

 

That Council approach the Nambucca Heads, Unkya and Bowraville Local Aboriginal Land Councils seeking their interest in providing a one-off bulky goods collection immediately to the residents they are providing housing to, with the costs being met by Council. Further, that Council seek the assistance of the three Land Councils by issuing reminders to their tenants prior to the annual scheduled collection.

 

 

 

 

NOTICE OF MOTION - CR Hoban

ITEM 5.3      SF2303              301117      Notice of Motion - Petition Requesting Small-Dog Park

583/17 RESOLVED:        (Hoban/Jones)

 

That Council note the petition and receive a report on the possibility of providing a dedicated small-dog park at one of the suggested locations in Nambucca Heads.

 

 

 

 

NOTICE OF MOTION - CR Hoban

ITEM 5.4      SF2303              301117      Notice of Motion - Flooding White Albatross

584/17 RESOLVED:        (Hoban/Reed)

 

1        That Council investigate possible grant funding sources including the Voluntary House Raising Scheme under the Floodplain Management Program to assist with the flooding issues at the White Albatross Holiday Centre.

 

2        That Council investigate the possibility of reducing or redirecting storm water flow from Parkes Street above.

 

3        That the results of the investigations and a brief overview of the current Council requirements for placement of manufactured homes on flood prone land be reported to Council.

 

 

 

  

PUBLIC FORUM

RECOMMENDATION:

 

That the following delegations be heard:

 

i         Jim Desmond                   Argues Bridge, Maintenance of Taylors Arm Road and telecommunications

ii        Sue Le Maistre                 State of Taylors Arm Road, Contractors for maintenance of Burrapine Hall

iii       Ian Turvey                       Taylors Arm Road

iv       John Vassallo                  President Taylors Arm Sports Reserve Committee of Management

v        Michael Krausmann         Garbage concerns and Drainage

 

 

i         Jim Desmond - Argues Bridge, maintenance of Taylors Arm Road and Telecommunications

·                Enquiring as to what is the program for Taylors Road maintenance and who do the residents contact regarding the bad condition of the road

·                Argues Bridge – trucks coming out of paddock next door are not able to use the bridge as they are up to 16 tonne.  The School bus also traverses this – when is this bridge going to be replaced?

·                Telecommunications tower in Taylors Arm has been placed in gully which limits effectiveness

·                Requesting support from Council in lobbying for a telecommunications tower and placed closer to the Old Post Office site, Upper Taylors Arm

·                Require bigger booster

 

ii        Sue Le Maistre - State of Taylors Arm Road, Contractors for maintenance of Burrapine Hall

·                Condition of Taylors Arm Road beyond Sheet O’Bark Road is poor

·                Council trucks and log trucks make a mess of the road

·                Suggest starting at top of the road and work down

·                100km speed limit from Upper Taylors Arm Village to Thumb Creek should be limited to 80km

·                Council Contractors refuse to come to the hall to perform maintenance

·                Kitchen roof has been leaking for 10 years – has been fixed but still leaks

·                Garbage – voucher system does not work and needs to be some other way of providing a service

·                Is it too expensive to have a garbage collection to Burrapine area?

 

585/17 Resolved:        (Reed/Ainsworth)

 

That Council explore further options for domestic waste removal from the Burrapine area.

 

586/17 Resolved:        (Reed/Ainsworth)

 

That Council assist in a speed review from the Upper Taylors Arm Village to Thumb Creek and include Greenhills Road, Sundowner Road and Bakers Creek Road (within the Shire boundaries).

 

 

iv       John Vassallo - President Taylors Arm Sports Reserve Committee of Management

·                Rural Fire Service shed damaged by truck and water pipes damaged

·                Plumbing contractor has not completed job and 20,000 litres of tank of water was lost

·                No water pressure to service toilets in the Reserve

·                Rain tank on side of shed and buckets to flush toilets and has been going on for 8 weeks

·                Meeting last week – dragging on a long time

·                Water tank is serviced by inground bore and prior to accident starting pumping mud

·                Would like bore fixed

·                Septic trenches leaking – tank pumped out

·                Trenches collapsed – don’t know what is happening

·                Up to 20 campers on Reserve over Long Weekend in October and Plan of Management states 8.

·                Campers were riding and driving across oval and were asked to stop.

·                Called the Council Call centre for the Ranger to assist and did not receive assistance

·                Septic trenches require fencing to preserve them

·                 

587/17 Resolved:        (Reed/Ainsworth)

 

That Council receive a report on the setup of the water and septic at the Taylors Arm Sports Reserve plus the other issues raised by Mr Vassalo.

 

·                Plan of Management says the reserve needs to be fenced

·                Issue with placement of shade trees recently planted on the Reserve and additional softfall area.

 

v        Michael Krausmann - Garbage concerns and Drainage

·                Garbage and road conditions as expressed previously

 

 

 

 

 

7.05 pm – 7.20 pm – The meeting adjourned.

 

 


 

 

PRF44         Bring Forward Draft Master Plan for Thistle Park

 

588/17 Resolved:        (Reed/Jones)

 

That Item 9.2 relating to the Draft Master Plan for Thistle Park be brought forward.

 

 

 

ITEM 9.2      PRF44                301117      Draft Master Plan for Thistle Park

 Motion:     (Finlayson/Ainsworth)

 

1        Council finalise the Master Plan for Thistle Park with King and Campbell being instructed to:

 

a.    reduce the floor area and cost of the proposed clubhouse by about 50%

b.    reduce the proposed tree planting in accordance with the suggestions from the Junior and Senior Cricket but still retaining sufficient trees to define the cricket field and provide adequate shade

c.    correct the spelling mistake re “Phillip Hughes Oval”.

 

2        Subject to the agreement of the Hughes’ family, that Council formally resolve to rename “Thistle Park”, the “Phillip Hughes Oval”.

 

3        Council offer to lease both the “Phillip Hughes Oval” and that area of the Donnelly Welsh playing fields used for cricket to the junior and/or senior cricket associations for a period of 30 years with an annual rental of $1.00.

 

4        That Council’s seal be attached to any lease documents as required.

 

5        That upon completion of the Master Plan, Council submit an Expression of Interest for funding under the Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund.

 

 

Amendment:       (Smyth/Jenvey)

 

1        Council finalise the Master Plan for Thistle Park with King and Campbell being instructed to:

 

a.    reduce the floor area and cost of the proposed clubhouse by about 50%

b.    reduce the proposed tree planting in accordance with the suggestions from the Junior and Senior Cricket but still retaining sufficient trees to define the cricket field and provide adequate shade

c.    correct the spelling mistake re “Phillip Hughes Oval”

d.    tree planting to be selected from Council’s Street Tree Planting Guidelines

 

2        Subject to the agreement of the Hughes’ family, that Council formally resolve to rename “Thistle Park”, the “Phillip Hughes Oval”.

 

3        Council offer to lease both the “Phillip Hughes Oval” and that area of the Donnelly Welsh playing fields used for cricket to the junior and/or senior cricket associations for a period of 30 years with an annual rental of $1.00.

 

4        That Council’s seal be attached to any lease documents as required.

 

5        That upon completion of the Master Plan, Council submit an Expression of Interest for funding under the Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund.

 

The Amendment was Lost and reverted back to the Motion which was:

 

 

 

589/17 Resolved:        (Finlayson/Ainsworth)

 

1        Council finalise the Master Plan for Thistle Park with King and Campbell being instructed to:

 

a.    reduce the floor area and cost of the proposed clubhouse by about 50%

b.    reduce the proposed tree planting in accordance with the suggestions from the Junior and Senior Cricket but still retaining sufficient trees to define the cricket field and provide adequate shade

c.    correct the spelling mistake re “Phillip Hughes Oval”.

 

2        Subject to the agreement of the Hughes’ family, that Council formally resolve to rename “Thistle Park”, the “Phillip Hughes Oval”.

 

3        Council offer to lease both the “Phillip Hughes Oval” and that area of the Donnelly Welsh playing fields used for cricket to the junior and/or senior cricket associations for a period of 30 years with an annual rental of $1.00. 

 

4        That Council’s seal be attached to any lease documents as required.

 

5        That upon completion of the Master Plan, Council submit an Expression of Interest for funding under the Regional Sports Infrastructure Fund.

 

 

 

 

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                301117      Outstanding Actions and Reports

590/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

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

 

 


 

 

ITEM 9.3      SF841                301117      On-going Complaints by Valla Residents Concerning Pacific Highway Road Noise

591/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

That Council adopt the motions from the Sub Committee of the Valla Beach Community Association and put motions 2, 3 and 4 to Roads and Maritime Services for a response and in relation to motion 1 request that the Member for Oxley’s office seek a formal response from the Parliament’s Table Office as to why the 700 signature petition was non-compliant.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.4      SF2397              301117      Macksville Memorial Aquatic Centre

592/17 RESOLVED:        (Reed/Wilson)

 

That Council engage King & Campbell as per their proposal in their suggested work program to prepare concept plans and a staging and costing schedule for the upgrading of the Macksville Memorial Aquatic Centre.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.5      SF2418              301117      Valla Growth Area Employment Land Stage 1 Engineering Design and Development (Subdivision) Application

593/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Wilson)

 

1        That Council engage Mr Ben Jedrej of Jed Civil to undertake the preparation of the engineering design and cost estimates for Stage 1 of the Valla Growth Area in accordance with his proposal.

 

2        That Mr Ben Jedrej of Jed Civil also be engaged to submit a development application for the Stage 1 subdivision and for this application to be lodged following consultation with prospective purchasers as to their land area requirements.

 

Cr Jones recorded his vote against the Motion as he is opposed to another township the size of Nambucca Heads being located near the Service Centre.

 

 

594/17 Resolved:        (Jenvey/Smyth)

 

That Council receive a report on comparative price and availability of industrial zoned land in the Nambucca Valley and nearby local government areas.

 

 

 

 


 

 

ITEM 9.6      SF2328              301117      Nambucca DCP 2010 - Amendment incorporating Housekeeping Changes and the Valla Urban Growth Area

595/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

1        Council endorse the draft Development Control Plan 2010 (DCP) contained within attachments 1 and 2 and exhibit the draft DCP pursuant to Part 3 of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulation 2000.

 

2        The Draft DCP be exhibited during December 2017 and January 2018 for a period of not less than 28 days.

 

3        The Draft DCP be reported back to Council following the completion of the exhibition period for consideration of any submissions received.

 

4        Council seek quotes for the preparation of a developer contributions plan for the Valla Urban Growth Area and engage a consultant in accordance with Councils procurement policy.

 

For the motion:               Councillors Hoban, Ainsworth, Finlayson, Jenvey, Reed, Smyth, Wilson

                                      (Total 7)

 

Against the motion:         Councillor Jones

                                      (Total 1)

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.7      SF2293              301117      Development Applications greater than 12 months or where submissions received -  to 21 November 2017

596/17 RESOLVED:        (Jones/Wilson)

That the information contained in the report on Development Applications greater than 12 months or where submissions have been received as at 21 November 2017 be noted by Council.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.8      SF2278              301117      Minutes of the Clean Energy Committee Held 8 November 2017

597/17 RESOLVED:        (Jenvey/Ainsworth)

 

1           That Council endorse the minutes of the 8 November 2017 Clean Energy Committee meeting.

 

2        That Council undertake the Carbon Leadership module offered by Sustainability Advantage (SA) with a view to setting an emissions target.

 

3        That the SA energy audit be undertaken at Council’s Administration Building, the Works Depot, libraries and one pump station.

 

4        That Council investigate installing solar PV systems on other buildings identified in Dr Sobey’s attached report, commencing with the largest consumers, including the Macksville STP River Street Pump Station.

 

5        That Council investigates a grid connected PV solution for small halls and sporting fields that relies on the feed-in tariff to offset the connection charges, including investigating the availability of grant funding for these systems.

 

6        That Council investigates options to reduce the peak demands of the pumping stations.

 

7        That Council investigates the potential savings associated with changing the Breakwall lighting to LEDs.

 

8        That Council note the attached information concerning floating solar panels and community funded solar energy installed in the Lismore City Council area.

 

9        That Council defer establishing a Revolving Energy Fund, committing 100% of the identified savings resulting from transitioning to clean energy until after the next Clean Energy Meeting.

 

10      That the Mayor write to the NSW Minister for the Environment requesting information on when the Climate Change Fund money will be available and expressing concern that this information has not yet been made available.

 

11      That Council participate in the Cities Power Partnership program, with the five key actions to be determined by the Clean Energy Committee in discussions with Council staff.

 

 

598/17 Resolved:        (Reed/Ainsworth)

 

That the report from Julien Freed Consulting be included in the audit noted in the previous recommendation.

 

 

599/17 Resolved:        (Jenvey/Smyth)

 

That when the minutes of the next Clean Energy Committee Meeting come to Council that Dr Peter Sobey be invited to make a presentation to Council.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 9.9      SF1148              301117      Council Ranger's Report October 2017

600/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

That Council’s Ranger’s report for October 2017 be received and noted by Council.

 

 

 

 


 

 

ITEM 9.10    SF2369              301117      2017-18 Borrowing Program

601/17 RESOLVED:        (Jones/Ainsworth)

 

That Council approves the following:

 

1        New borrowings of $2,500,000 for Infrastructure Works based on the adopted 2017-18 Operational Plan;

 

2        The execution of a Loan Agreement between Nambucca Shire Council and New South Wales Treasury Corporation;

 

3        The approved terms of the loan are Credit Foncier Loan for $2,500,000, for a 15 year term with a fixed interest rate and biannual repayments;

 

4        That the General Manager accepts NSW Treasury Corporation’s interest rate and executes drawdown;

 

5        The Mayor and/or the General Manager to execute the Loan Agreement,

 

6        That in the event NSW Treasury Corporation requires the loan agreement to be executed under seal that the Council Seal be affixed to the Loan Agreement.

 

 

 

 

Assistant General Manager Corporate Services Report

ITEM 10.1    SF2359              301117      September 2017 Budget Review

602/17 RESOLVED:        (Finlayson/Ainsworth)

 

1        That the budget review for the quarter ended 30 September, 2017 be received.

 

2        That the recommended increases and decreases in votes be included as subsequent votes for the financial year 2017/2018.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 10.2    SF588                301117      Utungun Community Hall Committee of Management - Annual General Meeting - 24 October 2017

603/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

That Council endorse the minutes of the Utungun Community Hall Committee of Management Annual General Meeting held on 24 October 2017 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work in the past twelve months.

 

 

 

 


 

 

ITEM 10.3    SF306                301117      Burrapine Hall Committee of Management - Annual General Meeting - 31 October 2017

604/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

That Council endorse the minutes of the Burrapine Hall Committee of Management Annual General Meeting held on 31 October 2017 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work in the past twelve months.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 10.4    SF323                301117      Nambucca Community and Arts Centre Committee of Management - Annual General Meeting - 11 August 2017

605/17 RESOLVED:        (Smyth/Ainsworth)

 

That Council endorse the minutes of the Nambucca Community and Arts Centre Committee of Management Annual General Meeting held on 11 August 2017 and thank the outgoing Committee for their work in the past twelve months.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 10.5    SF251                301117      Schedule of Council Public Meetings end 2017 and beginning of 2018

606/17 RESOLVED:        (Wilson/Ainsworth)

 

That the schedule of dates for Council meetings in 2017 and beginning of 2018 be noted and received for information by Council.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Assistant General Manager Engineering Services Report

ITEM 11.1    SF1676              301117      2017-18 Capital Works Program Monthly Report

607/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Reed)

 

That Council:

 

a)   Receive and note the information pertaining to the progress of the 2017/2018 Capital Works Programme;

 

b)   Reallocate the amount of $80,000.00 from Allgomera Road (WO 1966) to South Bank Road (WO 3090);

 

c)   Allocate an additional $8,000 from working funds to be transferred into the plant reserve to plumb the necessary hydraulics for the bull blade to be fitted to the Cat grader;

 

d)   Allocate an additional $10,000 from working funds to be transferred into the plant fund for the purchase of Plant 5119 (water service truck) increasing the allocation to $82,000;

 

e)   Allocate an additional $20,000 from working funds to be transferred into the plant fund for the purchase a larger Hiab crane for Plant 5127 (Sewer - light rigid truck and Hiab) increasing the allocation to $105,000;

 

f)    Reduce the allocation for WO 2352 Bowraville STP - upgrade of recycled water system by $500,000 and place the funds into sewer reserve to compliment external grant funding and complete the works within the 2018/19 financial year; and

 

g)   Note that there is still preliminary design investigation in progress and community consultation required for Lanes Bridge WO 3085 and the full allocation within the 2017/18 capital works program may not be expended this financial year.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 11.2    SF24                  301117      Support requested for the 2018 Australia Day Event to be held in Gordon Park Nambucca Heads

608/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Reed)

 

That Council provide an amount up to $500.00 from working funds to cover staff wages and advertising fees associated with the support requested from the Australia Day Organising Committee and assistance for the Australia Fun Day being held on 26 January 2018 at Gordon Park by providing the following:

 

·           Provide 10 “wheelie bins” prior to and removal after the event

·           Electricity

·           Provide bollards

·           Provide safety tape

·           Assistance to erect signage

·           Waiving of the Application and Advertising Fees

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 11.3    SF843                301117      Minutes of the Vehicular Access to Beaches Committee - 10 November 2017

609/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Wilson)

 

That the minutes of the Vehicular Access to Beaches Committee meeting held on Friday 10 November 2017 be received and noted.

 

 

610/17 Resolved:        (Ainsworth/Reed)

 

That the next Beach Access Committee meeting receive a report on where Council is up to regarding the replacement/upgrade of beach access signage.

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM 11.4    SF1631              301117      Water Quality Risk Management for water sourced from both the bores and Bowra Dam

611/17 RESOLVED:        (Finlayson/Reed)

 

1        That Council seek a fee proposal from Water Futures and Bligh Tanner and another suitable consultant to prepare:

 

a)     A sampling and testing regime to validate the effectiveness of chlorine disinfection for water from Bowra Dam and;

b)    Provide Council with an Options Report for appropriate infrastructure treatment that can manage the water quality and mitigate any risk associated with the supply of water from both the bores and Bowra Dam.

 

2        That Council provide an amount of up to $50,000 from the water reserves to fund the consultants brief in recommendation No.1.

 

3        That Council provide delegated authority to the Assistant General Manager Engineering Services to engage the preferred consultant to complete the work.

 

4        That Council prepare and submit an Expression of Interest for funding of the business case phase of the project through the Safe and Secure Water Program.

 

 

 

 


 

 

ITEM 11.5    SF1621              301117      Bowra Dam River Monitoring Committee - Record of discussion held on 15 November 2017

612/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

That Council:

 

1        Receive and note the record of discussions of the attendees at the NDWS BORS River Monitoring Committee meeting held on Wednesday 15 November 2017.

 

2        Give delegated authority to the Assistant General Manager Engineering Services to engage Urban Water Services to complete dam modeling to investigate the effects of capturing storm water runoff in accordance with their fee proposal dated 25 October 2017.

 

3        Defer a decision on further pursuing a licence amendment to allow capture of a portion of rainfall runoff until the information received from the dam modeling report has been received and reviewed.

 

4        Receive and note the information in the GHD Aquatic Ecology Monitoring report dated July 2017.

 

5        Engage GHD to undertake another river monitoring survey in December this year excluding sampling works to locate the salt water wedge and prepare a report on the findings.

 

6        Note that the two real time monitoring stations have been installed on the Nambucca River to collect data on salinity concentrations and water levels and that the data can be correlated with times Council is pumping water to assess any impact that may be occurring.

 

7        That a trigger point be determined for “cease pumping” based on the salinity level at the upstream monitoring point.

 

 

 

ITEM 11.6    SF2257              301117      Application for Temporary Road Closure - High Street Bowraville for Bowraville Children’s Christmas Party and Carols By Candlelight 2017

613/17 RESOLVED:        (Jones/Wilson)

 

That Council approve a temporary road closure for the following event:

 

Event:         Bowraville Children’s Christmas Party and Carols by Candlelight 2017

Date:           14 December 2017

Street:         High Street, Bowraville between Young and Belmore Streets

Time:          2.45 pm and 9.30 pm

 

noting that the following documentation has been received by Council:

 

·           Certificate of Currency for Public Liability Insurance

·           Traffic Management Plan confirming Accredited Traffic Controllers will be on site

·           Police approval granted

·           Confirmation advertising will be carried out 7 days prior to the event by Nambucca Shire Council.

 

That Council advise the Bowraville Lions Club and Chamber of Commerce that they must make an application three months prior to the event in accordance with the guidelines for events on public land to ensure adequate consultation and approvals are obtained.

 

 

 

ITEM 11.7    SF2080              301117      Warrell Creek to Urunga Pacific Highway Handover - Proposed Arrangements

614/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Finlayson)

 

That Council receive and note the information on the progress of negotiations pertaining to the Nambucca Heads to Urunga (NH2U) section of the old Pacific Highway.

 

 

 

 

General Manager Report

From Confidential Business Paper

ITEM 12.1    SF2418              301117      Valla Growth Area Employment Land Stage 1 Engineering Design - Comparison of Quotations

615/17 RESOLVED:        (Ainsworth/Reed)

 

That Council note the information concerning the quotations for engineering design for the Valla Growth Area employment land Stage 1 and the Contracts Register be updated.

 

 

 

 

 

CLOSURE

 

There being no further business the Mayor then closed the meeting the time being 9.14 pm. 

 

Confirmed and signed by the Mayor on 14 December 2017.

 

 

Cr Rhonda Hoban

MAYOR

(CHAIRPERSON)