Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                                          11 May 2017

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coffs harbour CITY cOUNCIL
Ordinary Council Meeting
Council Administration Building

Cnr Coff and Castle Streets, Coffs Harbour
ON
Thursday, 11 May 2017 AT 5.00pm

 

PRESENT:              Cr Denise Knight, Cr Michael Adendorff, Cr Paul Amos, Cr John Arkan, Cr George Cecato, Cr Keith Rhoades, Cr Jan Strom, Cr Tegan Swan, Cr Sally Townley

STAFF:                    Acting General Manager, Acting Director Sustainable Infrastructure, Director Sustainable Communities, Director Business Services and Executive Assistant

 

Leave of Absence  Nil

 

Opening of Ordinary Meeting

The meeting commenced at 5.00pm with the Mayor, Cr D Knight in the chair.

 

Acknowledgement of Country

We respectfully acknowledge the Gumbaynggirr Country and the Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal peoples who are traditional custodians of the land on which we meet and their Elders both past and present.

 

Statement in relation to Recording of Meetings

The Mayor reminded the Chamber that the meeting was to be recorded, and that no other recordings of the meeting would be permitted.

 

Disclosure of Interest

Councillor

Items

Type of Interest

Cr Michael Adendorff

General

Non-Pecuniary - Less Than Significant Conflict as he is a property owner in the CBD.

Cr Paul Amos

SI17/10 Traffic Committee No. 2/2017

Non-Pecuniary - Less Than Significant Conflict as he is a Director of a nearby cement haulage company but does not play any operational roll.

The Acting General Manager advised the meeting that at 3.05pm on 11 May 2017 he received a petition signed by approximately 170 people that states the following.

“Dear Customers, unfortunately, Coffs harbour City Council has given the next tender to an out of town company.  Please sign this petition to keep our current lease holders here.”

The petition was tabled.

 

Apologies

No apologies.

 

Public forum

Speaker

Item

Andrew Rowlings

Tender for the Lease and Management of the Coffs Harbour Pools

Murray Booth

Project Mgr, Swimplex

Tender for the Lease and Management of the Coffs Harbour Pools

Daniel Mulvey

CEO, Lane Four Group

Tender for the Lease and Management of the Coffs Harbour Pools

 

 

Motion

2017/80

Resolved (Cr Denise Knight / Cr John Arkan)

That Item MM17/1 be brought forward on the agenda.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

Mayoral Minute

 

MM17/01        Tenders - Local Preference

 

 

DESCRIPTION

The recent swimming pools tender has highlighted a strong community desire to consider local preference in tender assessments. Under Council’s current Procurement Policy (clause 5.3) this is prohibited for tenders, as follows:

“Local Preference shall not apply to Tenders which are prescribed under the Local Government Act 1993 and regulated under Part 7 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005.”

This position is based on legal advice when the policy was last reviewed and underpinned by Federal, State and Local Government legislation, regulations and guidelines.  Specifically, the Tendering Guidelines for NSW Local Government 2009 do not prohibit local preference; however, it cautions Councils around the inherent risks of applying it.  This sentiment is also reinforced in the Independent Commission Against Corruption’s publications.  However, these Guidelines have not been reviewed for some time.

Council’s Procurement Policy, along with all Council’s policies following the Council election, is due for review.  Therefore, a report exploring local preference in tender assessment would provide the current Councillors with up to date advice and this can be incorporated in the reviewed Procurement Policy.

 

2017/81

Resolved (Cr Denise Knight)

That Council requests:

1.   The State Government to review the Tendering Guidelines for NSW Local Government 2009 to strengthen support for local preference;

2.   The Acting General Manager to write to the Local State Member Mr Andrew Fraser to lobby the State Government for this review;

3.   A report be produced for Council, as part of the required procedural review of Council’s Procurement Policy, to explore the application of local preference to the assessment of tenders;

4.   That the scheduled review of the Tendering delegation be conducted prior to the currently scheduled review date of October 2017;

5.   A second workshop for Councillors be organised on the subject of Delegations and the requirements of the Local Government Tendering process; and

6.   Notes the attached independent review report from SINC Solutions Pty Ltd.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

Public Addresses

Speaker

Item

Graham Lockett

Report SC17/21 – Cultural Facility Development – Library and Gallery Scope and Precinct Analysis

Garry Murray

Report SC17/21 – Cultural Facility Development – Library and Gallery Scope and Precinct Analysis

Ann Leonard

Report SC17/21 – Cultural Facility Development – Library and Gallery Scope and Precinct Analysis

Heather McKinnon

Report SC17/21 – Cultural Facility Development – Library and Gallery Scope and Precinct Analysis

 

 

Mayoral Actions Under Delegated Authority

No mayoral actions under delagated authority.


 

Confirmation of Minutes

2017/82

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Jan Strom)

That the minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on 27 April 2017 be confirmed with the following correction.

Item T17/08 Trust Report – Update on Former Deep Sea Fishing Club Site, Councillor Paul Amos was the mover and Councillor John Arkan was Seconder.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

SC17/21          Cultural Facility Development - Library and Gallery Scope and Precinct Analysis

 

Executive Summary

In consultation with the community, Council has progressed ideas and options to build a new Regional Gallery and central Library.  This proposed facility development aligns with the objectives and desired outcomes of Council’s adopted City Centre Masterplan 2031, Creative Coffs – Cultural Strategic Plan 2017-2022 and the Coffs Harbour City Library Strategic Plan 2012-2016.

This Council report presents recommendations from the Precinct Analysis for the Library/Gallery project mixed and the additional civic use investigations for the 23-31 Gordon Street site as resolved by Council in June 2016. 

These recommendations include confirming a Cultural and Civic Precinct in the CBD and adopting a scope for the Cultural and Civic space project to include a new central library, regional gallery, customer service, Council Chambers and Council staff office accommodation.

These recommendations have been based on community consultation, additional analysis by the project team and advice from the Library Gallery Planning Advisory Group and City Centre Masterplan Committee.

By confirming the scope and project resources for the proposed Cultural and Civic Space project on 23-31 Gordon Street the next steps in the planning processes can proceed.

 

 

Motion (Cr Tegan Swan / Cr Jan Strom)

That Council:

1.       Endorses the project to be named Cultural and Civic Space – For the Heart of the City.

2.       Adopts the scope of the Cultural and Civic Space project to include a new central library, regional gallery, customer service area, Council Chambers and Council staff office accommodation.

3.       Notes that the Regional Museum asset, and other Council assets, will be considered within the asset consolidation and business case planning exercise.

4.       Adopts the Library/Gallery Precinct Analysis (Attachment 2) and updates the City Centre Masterplan accordingly.

5.       Notes that $160,000 for project management and updates to both the Regional Gallery and Library Service Strategic Plans will be considered by Council for the final 2017-2021 Delivery Program and final 2017/18 Operational Plan.

 

 

Amendment

 

MOVED (Cr Keith Rhoades / Cr John Arkan)

That Council commit to allocate $150,000 in next year’s budget to undertake studies, concept designs, and preliminary budgets associated with the development of City Hill as a comprehensive cultural precinct. Such studies and designs to allow for, in the medium-term, the future relocation of the library and Art Gallery into that precinct.

 

 

Cr Adendorff gave notice of a Foreshadowed Amendment.

 

Cr Arkan gave notice of a Foreshadowed Amendment.

 

 

For:         Crs Arkan and Rhoades

Against:  Crs Knight, Adendorff, Amos, Cecato, Strom, Swan and Townley

 

The AMENDMENT on being put to the meeting was LOST.

 

Cr Adendorff’s Foreshadowed Amendment was then brought forward as follows and became the AMENDMENT.

 

 

Amendment

 

MOVED (Cr Michael Adendorff / Cr George Cecato)

That Council:

 

1.       Endorses the project to be named Cultural and Civic Space – For the Heart of the City.

2.       Adopts the scope of the Cultural and Civic Space project to include a new central library, regional gallery, customer service area, Council Chambers and Council staff office accommodation.

3.       Notes that the Regional Museum asset, and other Council assets, will be considered within the asset consolidation and business case planning exercise.

4.       Adopts the Library/Gallery Precinct Analysis (Attachment 2) and updates the City Centre Masterplan accordingly.

5.       Notes that $160,000 for project management and updates to both the Regional Gallery and Library Service Strategic Plans will be considered by Council for the final 2017-2021 Delivery Program and final 2017/18 Operational Plan.

6.       That Council commit to allocate $75,000 in next year’s budget to undertake studies, concept designs, and preliminary budgets associated with the cultural development at City Hill.

 

 

amendment put

2017/83

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley)

That the amendment be put.

 

The Amendment on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

Amendment

2017/84

Resolved (Cr Michael Adendorff / Cr George Cecato)

That Council:

 

1.       Endorses the project to be named Cultural and Civic Space – For the Heart of the City.

2.       Adopts the scope of the Cultural and Civic Space project to include a new central library, regional gallery, customer service area, Council Chambers and Council staff office accommodation.

3.       Notes that the Regional Museum asset, and other Council assets, will be considered within the asset consolidation and business case planning exercise.

4.       Adopts the Library/Gallery Precinct Analysis (Attachment 2) and updates the City Centre Masterplan accordingly.

5.       Notes that $160,000 for project management and updates to both the Regional Gallery and Library Service Strategic Plans will be considered by Council for the final 2017-2021 Delivery Program and final 2017/18 Operational Plan.

6.       That Council commit to allocate $75,000 in next year’s budget to undertake studies, concept designs, and preliminary budgets associated with the cultural development at City Hill.

 

For:         Crs Knight, Adendorff, Arkan, Cecato, Strom, Swan and Townley

Against:  Crs Amos and Rhoades

Carried

 

 

The AMENDMENT on being put to the meeting was CARRIED.  The AMENDMENT then became the MOTION

 

For:         Crs Knight, Adendorff, Arkan, Cecato, Strom, Swan and Townley

Against:  Crs Amos and Rhoades

 

The MOTION on being put to the meeting was declared CARRIED.

 

 

 

Amendment

 

(Cr John Arkan / Cr Keith Rhoades)

1.       That Council commit to allocate $150,000 in next year’s budget to undertake studies, concept designs, and preliminary budgets associated with the development of City Hill as a comprehensive cultural precinct. Such studies and designs to allow for, in the medium-term, the future relocation of the library and Art Gallery into that precinct.

2.       That Council adopts the scope of the Cultural and Civic Space project to include a new central library, regional gallery, customer service area, Council Chambers and Council staff office accommodation.

3.       Notes that the Regional Museum asset, and other Council assets, will be considered within the asset consolidation and business case planning exercise.

4.       Adopts the Library/Gallery Precinct Analysis (Attachment 2) and updates the City Centre Masterplan accordingly.

 

 

5.       Notes that $160,000 for project management and updates to both the Regional Gallery and Library Service Strategic Plans will be considered by Council for the final 2017-2021 Delivery Program and final 2017/18 Operational Plan.

 

Cr Arkan withdrew his Amendment.

 

 

The Mayor requested a short recess, the time beng 8.04pm.

The meeting resumed at 8.11pm.

 

 

Directorate Reports - Business Services

 

BS17/13          Bank and Investment Balances for March 2017

 

Executive Summary

The purpose is to report on Council’s Bank Balances and Investments as at 31 March 2017.  Council receives independent advice and invests surplus funds in accordance with Councils Investment Policy to maximise investment income and preserve capital to assist with funding requirements for projects listed under the Coffs Harbour 2030 Community Strategic Plan.

 

 

2017/85

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Sally Townley)

That Council note the bank balances and investments totalling $183,551,777.33 (including from loans, Developer Contributions and other avenues that form the restricted accounts and are committed for future works) as at 31 March 2017.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

Directorate Reports - Sustainable Communities

 

SC17/22          Draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan

 

Executive Summary

Council at its Ordinary Meeting of 13 June 2013 adopted a Project Plan to allow the Woolgoolga Town Centre Study 1996 to be reviewed and updated in the form of a Masterplan.

The initial phase of the Masterplan review project was completed in-house in conjunction with consultant advisors. During this initial phase of the project, Council received several requests for the integration of the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan and draft Beach Reserve Plan of Management (PoM) for the southern section of Woolgoolga Beach Reserve which was also being prepared at this time.

Noting that the two projects had different statutory requirements and functions, Council recognised that the resulting plans needed to work in harmony to provide positive outcomes to the Woolgoolga community. On this basis, Council engaged consultants Lat27 to finalise the Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan and to ensure that the outputs within the Masterplan are reflective of community issues raised as part of both the Masterplan and PoM projects.

Extensive consultation has been undertaken for the Masterplan review project including a Community Vision Night, Business Confidence Survey, Online Ideas Map, Peer Review, Holiday Park Access Engagement, Traffic and Parking Workshops/Presentations, and targeted stakeholder engagement.

The purpose of this report is to seek Council’s endorsement for the exhibition of the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan, prepared by Lat27 (April 2017) provided as Attachments 1 and 2 to this report.

 

2017/86

Resolved (Cr John Arkan / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council:

1.Endorse the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan, prepared by Lat27, dated April 2017 (Attachments 1 and 2) and the Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan Traffic and Parking Study, prepared by MRCagney Pty Ltd, dated April 2017 (Attachment 3).

2.       Resolve to publicly exhibit the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan 2017 (Parts A and B) for a minimum period of 28 days.

3.       Note that a further report will be brought back to Council for consideration following the public exhibition of the draft Masterplan.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

 

SC17/23          Coffs Harbour Public Realm Strategy Project Plan

 

Executive Summary

Coffs Harbour City Council’s Open Space Strategy 2010 and Street Tree Masterplan 1999 have both reached their intended expiry date and thus require review and updating.

The purpose of this project is to update these two documents as part of a more comprehensive Public Realm Strategy which provides for a broader understanding of open space to include the public realm, not just green spaces but all external spaces available for public use, such as: main streets, streets, forecourts, squares, bicycle and pedestrian links and waterways.

In essence, the Public Realm Strategy will provide a vision and direction for the public realm within the Coffs Harbour Local Government Area (LGA). The Strategy will be utilised across Council to assist with the planning, design and management of the public realm with the ultimate aim of developing a sense of place for Coffs Harbour’s public spaces. The Strategy will also provide for a cohesive and legible public realm to ensure that public spaces within the LGA respond to increasing population and demographic change, and our changing lifestyles.

The purpose of this report is to provide Council with a Project Plan outlining the delivery of the project, and to advise how it is proposed to fund the project.

 

 

 

 

 

2017/87

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley / Cr Jan Strom)

That Council move that this matter be deferred pending,

1.       Comprehensive briefing for Councillors;

2.       Provision of links to all relevant documents; and

3.       Provision of material clearly displaying graphics.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

Directorate Reports - Sustainable Infrastructure

 

SI17/10           Traffic Committee No. 2/2017

 

Executive Summary

The Local Traffic Committee (LTC) Meeting minutes are presented to Council for approval comprising nine regulatory traffic facilities plans, two temporary road closures events and four deferred items.

 

2017/88

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council:

1.    Resolves the following major LTC items:

 

T.18 - Parking Issues - Marjorie Street/Beryl Street Court House­ 6247203 R.505200

That approval be given to install No Stopping zones as follows;

a.    10m south of Beryl Street on the west side of Marjorie Street to the intersection of Beryl Street, Coffs Harbour.

b.    90m south of Beryl Street on the east side of Marjorie Street to the intersection of Beryl Street, Coffs Harbour, as per plan T.18-2017.

 

T.19 – Parking Issues - Gaudrons Road, Sapphire Beach 6228784 R.506500

That approval be given for a No Stopping zone to be installed for approx. 30m on the north side of Gaudrons Road, Sapphire Beach in front of the entrances to Nos. 10 & 18, as per plan T.19-2017.

 

T. 20-Solitary Islands Way / Seacrest Roundabout 6250225

 

That approval be given for the installation of new regulatory signage and line marking as part of the new roundabout construction at the intersection of Solitary Islands Way, Seacrest Boulevard and Holloways Road, Sandy Beach, as per approved CHCC design drawing 2160700 sheet 14.

 

T.25 – Load/ Length Limits - Harbour Drive/Gordon Street/Hogbin Drive and Orlando Street Coffs Harbour

That approval be given for the following changes to the current Load/ Length Limits on Harbour Drive, Hogbin Drive, Orlando Street, Gordon Street, and Vernon Street, Coffs Harbour.

 

LOCATION

PROPOSED CHANGES

Hogbin Dr - Harbour Dr to Arthur St

No Trucks 15t and over

Orlando St - Hogbin Dr to Marina Pde

No Trucks 15t and over

Harbour Dr - Marina Parade  to Hogbin Dr

No Trucks 15t and over

Harbour Dr - Gordon St to Pacific Highway

Remove 'NO RIGHT/LEFT TURN VEHICLES UNDER 8.8 EXEMPT' signage from Gordon Street and remove 40km/h signage in Harbour Drive (westbound)

 

The decision regarding Vernon St - Gordon St to Duke St (eastbound) was deferred pending further information.

 

T.28 – 40k zone – Fiddaman Road, Emerald Beach 6231874 R.507240

This area does not meet the RMS criteria for a 40kph High Pedestrian Activity Zone, which is designed for urban commercial centres.  Further studies are to be conducted to determine if the road meets the warrants for a lineal 40kph zone.

 

T.29 - Temporary Road Closure - 2017 Sawtell Chilli Festival  6274204 R.501520

That a 5 year approval be given for the temporary road closure of First Avenue, Sawtell, between 50m north of Second Avenue and Boronia Street, and Second Avenue from 30m west and 35m east of First Avenue between the hours of 6.00am and 6.00pm on the first Saturday in July each year from 2017 to 2022, subject to the following:

a.    A current insurance Certificate of Currency for a minimum insured amount of $20,000,000 and noting the Coffs Harbour City Council as an interested party for the event be submitted by 1st June each year.

b.    NSW Police approval is obtained and submitted to Council by 1st June each year.

c.    The submission and approval of relevant Council event application/s and compliance with any conditions imposed therein.

d.    The following traffic control conditions shall also be observed:

i.      Traffic Control Plans to include a map indicating any alternative routes required for traffic detours.

ii.     Traffic Control Plans to be drawn to scale and indicate the provision of passageways and clearances for pedestrian and emergency access.  Plans should be prepared in accordance with Roads & Maritime Services Guide to Traffic Control at Worksites and submitted to Council by 1st June each year.

iii.    All signage erected for the event should not cause a hazard for motorists or pedestrians and be removed immediately following the completion of the event.

iv.    Conformance with approved Traffic Management Plan and associated Traffic Control Plans which shall be implemented and controlled by Roads & Maritime Services accredited persons.

e.    Consultation with emergency services (Fire & Ambulance) and any identified issues addressed in a timely manner.

f.     Consultation with bus and taxi operators and arrangements made for provision of services for the duration of the event.

g.    Community and affected business consultation including adequate response/action to any raised concerns.

h.    Arrangements made for private property access and egress affected by the event.

i.      The event organiser notifies local community of the impact of the event/s by advertising in the Coffs Coast Advocate a minimum of one week prior to the operational impacts taking effect.  The advertising must include the event name, specifics of any traffic impacts or road closures and times, alternative route arrangements, event organiser, a personal contact name and a telephone number for all event related enquiries or complaints.

j.      That the applicant organise for the events to be listed on Coffs Harbour City Council website.

k.    The organisers are responsible for all costs associated with the temporary closure and clean up, including advertising.

 

T.30 –Temporary Road Closures - 2017 Woolgoolga Curryfest  5445373

That approval to be given to the temporary road closure of the following:

 

Saturday 23 September 2017

·      Beach Street from Wharf Street to Carrington Street, Woolgoolga 5.00am to 7.00pm

·      Queen Street from Beach Street to Market Street, Woolgoolga 5.00am to 7.00pm

 

Saturday 30 September

·      Market Street from Nightingale Street to Queens Street, Woolgoolga (Eat Street 3.00pm-12.00am )

 

for the purpose of conducting the Woolgoolga Curryfest on Saturday 23 September 2017 and night time Eat Street on Saturday 30 September 2017 subject to:

a.    A current insurance Certificate of Currency for a minimum insured amount of $20,000,000 and noting the Coffs Harbour City Council as an interested party for the event be submitted by 1st August 2017.

b.    NSW Police approval is obtained and submitted to Council by 1st August 2017.

c.    The submission and approval of relevant council event application/s and compliance with any conditions imposed therein.

d.    The following traffic control conditions shall also be observed:

i.      Traffic Control Plans to include a map indicating any alternative routes required for traffic detours.

ii.     Traffic Control Plans to be drawn to scale and indicate the provision of passageways and clearances for pedestrian and emergency access.  Plans should be prepared in accordance with Roads & Maritime Services Guide to Traffic Control at Worksites and submitted to Council by 1st August 2017.

iii.    All signage erected for the event should not cause a hazard for motorists or pedestrians and be removed immediately following the completion of the event.

iv.    Conformance with approved Traffic Management Plan and associated Traffic Control Plans which shall be implemented and controlled by Roads & Maritime Services accredited persons.

e.    Consultation with emergency services (Fire & Ambulance) and any identified issues addressed in a timely manner.

f.     Consultation with bus and taxi operators and arrangements made for provision of services for the duration of the event.

g.    Community and affected business consultation including adequate response/action to any raised concerns.

h.    Arrangements made for private property access and egress affected by the event.

i.      The event organiser notifies local community of the impact of the event/s by advertising in the Woolgoolga Advertiser a minimum of one week prior to the operational impacts taking effect. The advertising must include the event name, specifics of any traffic impacts or road closures and times, alternative route arrangements, event organiser, a personal contact name and a telephone number.

j.      That the applicant organise for the events to be listed on Coffs Harbour City Council website.

k.    The organisers are responsible for all costs associated with the temporary closure and clean up, including advertising.

 

2.    Note the following minor LTC items have been authorised by the Acting General Manager persuant to the previously delegated authority of Council:

 

T.21 - Parking Issues - Camperdown Street Coffs Harbour  6268732

 

Deferred, pending further information.

 

T.22 – Woolgoolga Pedestrian Crossing Solitary Island Way  6258473

 

That approval be given for the installation of regulatory signage and line marking as part of the new pedestrian crossing construction at the intersection of Solitary Islands Way and Pullen Street, Woolgoolga as per approved CHCC design drawing 2160203 sheet 1.

 

T.23 – Traffic/Parking Issues - Intersection of Oxley Place/Bray Street Coffs Harbour 6265981

That approval be given for the installation of a No Stopping Zone on the southern side of Bray Street, Coffs Harbour from the corner of Oxley Place to 30m east, as per plan T.23-2017.

 

1.            T.24 – BB Lines Macdougall Street Corindi Beach 5487884

That approval be given for the installation of Barrier (BB) centre line markings in MacDougall Street, Corindi Beach for 10m south from Pacific Street intersection, as per plan T.24-2017.

 

 

T.26 – No Parking issues in Gilbey Lane, Coffs Harbour 6203662

 

That approval be given for the installation of a No Stopping zone on the southern side of Gilbey Lane between Edinburgh Street and Hood Street, Coffs Harbour, as per plan T.26-2017.

 

T.27 – Park Ave Lane  Shared Zone Coffs Harbour

That approval be given for a 10kph Shared Zone in Park Ave Lane at the southern end of City Square as part of the Coffs Harbour City Square refurbishment retaining the existing Loading Zone on the north side of the lane, as per plan T.27-2017.

 

T.31- Korora Bus Interchange, Korora

Traffic Committee to attend onsite inspection for more information.

 

 

 

T.32–Loading Zone to Parking Zone – 2A Minorca Place Toormina 6174004 R.502130

That approval be given to install a loading zone adjacent 4 Minorca Place Toormina (Coffs Coast Pets) and reinstate 1hr parking zone at existing loading zone in front of No 2A, as per plan T.32-2017.

 

3.    Notes that no minor LTC items were subject to referral by either the General Manager nor the LTC for Council resolution.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

Trust Reports

 

T17/10 TRUST REPORT - Relocation of Marine Rescue Woolgoolga to Arrawarra Headland Facility - Progress Report

 

Executive Summary

In accordance with Council’s resolution 2017/3 at its meeting held on 9 February 2017, progress reports are provided to each Council meeting on the relocation of Marine Rescue Woolgoolga to Arrawarra Headland.

 

2017/89

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Sally Townley)

That Council, as Corporate Manager of the Coffs Coast State Park Trust, note the progress report.

 

The Motion on being put to the meeting was carried unanimously.

Carried

 

 

 

REQUESTS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE

 

Councillors Strom, Swan and Rhoades requested a leave of absence for the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 25 May 2017 as they will be attending conferences.

 

 

 

QUESTIONS ON NOTICE

No questions on notice.

 

 

Matters of an Urgent Nature

No matters of an urgent nature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Close of Meeting

The Meeting closed at 8.29pm.

 

Confirmed:  25 May 2107.

 

 

 

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Denise Knight

Mayor