Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                              22 February 2018

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coffs harbour CITY cOUNCIL
Ordinary Council Meeting
Council Administration Building

Cnr Coff and Castle Streets, Coffs Harbour
ON
Thursday, 22 February 2018 AT 5,00pm

 

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

STAFF:                    General Manager, Director Sustainable Infrastructure, Director Sustainable Communities, Director Business Services, Team Leader Planning & Urban Design, Section Leader Development Assessment and Executive Assistant

 

Leave of Absence  Nil

Opening of Ordinary Meeting

The meeting commenced at 5.00pm with the Acting Mayor, Cr G Cecato 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 Acting Mayor reminded the Chamber that the meeting was to be recorded and live audio streamed, and that no other recordings of the meeting would be permitted.

 

Disclosure of Interest

Councillor

Items

Type of Interest

Cr John Arkan

SC18/04 – 0207/18DA – Alterations and Additions to an Approved Development for 10 Shop Top Housing Units and Stratum Subdivision (6 lots) – Lot 56 DP 1187099, 78 Beach Street, Woolgoolga.

Non-Pecuniary - Less Than Significant Conflict as he owns real estate in Woolgoolga.

Cr John Arkan

SC18/07 – Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan 2018.

Non-Pecuniary - Less Than Significant Conflict as he owns real estate in Woolgoolga.

 

APOLOGIES

2018/19

Resolved (Cr John Arkan / Cr Jan Strom)

That leave of absence received from Councillor Denise Knight for unavoidable absence be received and accepted.

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

Carried

 

 

Public Addresses

Time

Speaker

Item

5.00pm

Anne Broomfield on behalf of Northern Beaches Residents Association

Report SC18/07 – Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan 2018

 

Public forum

No public forum.

 

Mayoral Actions Under Delegated Authority

No Mayoral actions under delegated authority.

 

Confirmation of Minutes

2018/20

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr John Arkan)

That the minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on 8 February 2018 be confirmed.

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

Carried

 

 

 

 

SC18/07          Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan 2018

 

Executive Summary

Council at its Ordinary Meeting of 11 May 2017 resolved to endorse the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan prepared by Lat27 (April 2017) and associated Traffic and Parking Study prepared by MRCagney (April 2017) and to publicly exhibit the two documents for a minimum period of 28 days.

In accordance with this resolution, the draft Masterplan and Traffic and Parking Study were placed on public exhibition from 17 May to 16 June 2017. A presentation on the draft document was also facilitated by Council on 16 May 2017 in the Woolgoolga Public School Hall. To showcase some of the strategies within the draft Masterplan, Council established an information booth within a temporary Parklet on Beach Street, Woolgoolga, from 17 May to 21 May 2017.

At the conclusion of the public exhibition process 143 submissions were received. The purpose of this report is to inform Council of the feedback received during the public consultation process and seek endorsement of the final Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan 2018 which has been amended in response to the feedback received.

 

2018/21

Resolved (Cr Tegan Swan / Cr Paul Amos)

That Council:

1.      Adopt the Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan 2018 (Attachments 1 and 2).

2.      Notify those that made a submission to the draft Woolgoolga Town Centre Masterplan of Council’s decision.

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

Carried

 

 

 

 

SC18/04          0207/18DA - Alterations and Additions to an Approved Development for 10 Shop Top Housing Units and Stratum Subdivision (6 lots) - Lot 56 DP1187099, 78 Beach Street, Woolgoolga

 

Executive Summary

This report provides an assessment of Development Application 0207/18 for alterations and additions to an approved development for shop top housing units and stratum subdivision (6 lots) at Lot 56 DP 1187099, No. 78 Beach Street, Woolgoolga.

The development proposes variation to the floor space ratio specified under Coffs Harbour Local Environmental Plan 2013.

Accordingly, this matter is reported to Council for determination as the proposal incorporates a variation greater than 10% to the specified standard.  This matter is also reported to Council due to significant public interest and community input being expressed. A total of 62 submissions were received during the public exhibition period.

 

 

MOTION (Cr John Arkan / Cr Michael Adendorff)

That  Council refuse Development Application No. 0207/18 for alterations and additions to an approved development for shop top housing units and stratum subdivision (6 lots) at Lot 56 DP 1187099, No. 78 Beach Street, Woolgoolga as it will have a negative impact on the amenity of Beach Street, Woolgoolga.

For:         Cr Arkan

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

 

The MOTION on being put to the meeting was LOST.

 

 

SUPPLEMENTARY MOTION

2018/22

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council:

1.       Support the request to vary a development standard made pursuant to Clause 4.6 of Coffs Harbour Local Environmental Plan 2013 for the variation to the maximum floor space ratio under Clause 4.4(2) of Coffs Harbour Local Environmental Plan 2013 in this particular case.

2.       Approve Development Application No. 0207/18 for alterations and additions to an approved development for shop top housing units and stratum subdivision (6 lots) at Lot 56 DP 1187099, No. 78 Beach Street, Woolgoolga, subject to the conditions provided in Attachment 3.

3.      Advise persons who made a submission on the Development Application No. 0207/18 of Council’s decision.

For:         Crs Adendorff, Amos, Cecato, Rhoades, Strom, Swan and Townley

Against:  Cr Arkan

Carried

 

 

Directorate Reports - Business Services

 

Block Move

2018/23

Resolved (Cr Keith Rhoades / Cr John Arkan)

That the following items are moved en globo:

BS18/06 – Quarterly Budget Review Statement for December 2017

BS18/07 – Bank and Investment Balances for January 2018

BS18/08 – Monthly Financial Performance Report for the Month Ended 31 January 2018.

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

Carried

 

 

 

BS18/06          Quarterly Budget Review Statement for December 2017

 

Executive Summary

The Office of Local Government has developed a minimum set of budget reports to assist Council in meeting their legislative requirements under Clause 203 of the Regulation.  This regulation requires a council’s responsible accounting officer to submit quarterly budget review statements to the governing body of Council.  These minimum statements are contained within the attachments to this report.

 

The responsible accounting officer advises that the Quarterly Budget Review Statement indicates the financial position of the Council is satisfactory, having regard to the projected estimates of income and expenditure and the original budgeted income and expenditure.

 

This report summarises the proposed budget adjustments for the quarter and the impact upon the projected budget position for the current financial year.

 

2018/24

Resolved (Cr Keith Rhoades / Cr John Arkan)

That Council:

 

1.    Note the Quarterly Budget Review Statement and the following estimated budget position as at 31 December 2017:

2017/18 Original Budget 

2017/18 Revised Budget

2017/18 Projected Budget

2017/18 Dec YTD Actuals

 

‘000s

‘000s

‘000s

‘000s

Recurrent Revenue

 

 

 

 

Rates & Annual Charges

$94,845

$94,689

$93,814

$93,307

User Charges & Fees

$30,750

$30,603

$30,641

$15,742

Interest & Investment Revenue

$5,140

$5,140

$5,221

$3,303

Other Revenues

$15,171

$15,164

$15,195

$4,065

Grants & Contributions provided for Operating Purposes

$12,620

$9,925

$10,846

$5,761

RECURRENT REVENUE

$158,526

$155,521

$155,717

$122,178

 

 

 

 

Recurrent Expenditure

 

Employee Benefits & Oncosts

$48,718

$48,718

$48,358

$25,431

Borrowing Costs

$10,621

$10,621

$10,621

$4,071

Materials & Contracts

$117,366

$148,351

$140,215

$45,584

Depreciation & Amortisation

$46,170

$38,907

$38,907

$19,469

Other Expenses

$1,667

$1,661

$12,794

$3,719

Less: Capitalised Expenses

(58,482)

(87,013)

(89,912)

(23,536)

RECURRENT EXPENDITURE

$166,060

$160,703

$160,983

$74,738

NET OPERATING (DEFICIT)/SURPLUS

($7,534)

($5,182)

($5,266)

$47,440

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Revenue

 

Capital Grants, Subsidies, Contributions and Donations

$25,793

$33,924

$34,522

$10,729

CAPITAL REVENUE

$25,793

$33,924

$34,522

$10,729

NET SURPLUS

$18,259

$28,742

$29,256

$58,169

 

2.      Approve the budget adjustments included in this report totalling $2,982,545, with $2,899,362 funded from capital sources and an $83,183 funded through a deterioration in the operating result.

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

Carried

 


 

 

 

BS18/07          Bank and Investment Balances for January 2018

 

Executive Summary

Council’s Bank Balances and Investments as at 31 January 2018 totalled $197,310,095.68.  Council receives independent advice and invests surplus funds in accordance with Council’s Investment Policy to maximise investment income and preserve capital to assist with funding requirements for projects listed under the My Coffs Community Strategic Plan.

 

Also included in the monthly report is a summary of Council’s investments broken down into Fossil Fuel Lending Authorised Deposit Taking institutions (ADIs) and Non Fossil Fuel Lending ADIs (refer attachment).

 

2018/25

Resolved (Cr Keith Rhoades / Cr John Arkan)

That Council note the bank balances and investments totalling $197,310,095.68 (including from loans, Developer Contributions and other avenues that form the restricted accounts and are committed for future works) as at 31 January 2018.

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

Carried

 

 

 

 

BS18/08          Monthly Financial Performance Report for the month ended 31 January 2018

 

Executive Summary

This report presents the monthly financial performance report for 31 January 2018.  The report provides information on the actual to budget position at the financial statement level and capital expenditure reports for the current financial year.

 

2018/26

Resolved (Cr Keith Rhoades / Cr John Arkan)

That Council note the monthly financial performance report for 31 January 2018, including the following Consolidated Income Statement.

 

CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENT as at 31 January 2018:

 

2017/18 Original Budget

2017/18 Projected Budget

2017/18 Year to Date Budget

2017/18 Year to Date Actuals

Recurrent Revenue

‘000s

  ‘000s

‘000s

‘000s

Rates & Annual Charges

94,845

93,814

93,814

93,342

User Charges & Fees

30,750

30,641

17,946

18,830

Interest & Investment Revenue

5,140

  5,221

2,888

4,035

Other Revenues

15,171

15,195

8,447

4,491

Grants & Contributions provided for Operating Purposes

12,620

10,846

 

5,266

6,195

RECURRENT REVENUE

158,526

155,717

 

128,361

126,893

 

 

 

 

 

Recurrent Expenditure

 

 

Employee Benefits & Oncosts

48,718

48,358

28,035

29,950

Borrowing Costs

10,621

10,621

5,336

5,330

Materials & Contracts

117,366

140,215

53,433

49,140

Depreciation & Amortisation

46,170

38,907

22,696

22,713

Other Expenses

1,667

  12,794

7,492

4,134

 

Less: Capitalised Expenses

(58,482)

(89,912)

 

(27,394)

(25,064)

RECURRENT EXPENDITURE

166,060

160,983

 

89,598

86,203

NET OPERATING (DEFICIT) / SURPLUS

(7,534)

  (5,266)

 

38,763

40,690

 

 

 

 

 

Capital Revenue

 

 

 

 

Capital Grants, Subsidies, Contributions and Donations

25,793

34,522

 

10,577

11,080

CAPITAL REVENUE

25,793

34,522

 

10,577

11,080

NET SURPLUS

18,259

29,256

 

49,340

51,770

 

 

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

Carried

 


 

Directorate Reports - Sustainable Communities

 

 

SC18/05          2017-2021 Delivery Program - Six-Monthly Report July to December 2017

 

Executive Summary

Under the Local Government Act, Council is required to report six-monthly on its progress against the principal activities detailed in the Delivery Program.

The Six-Monthly Progress Report (for the period 1 July to 31 December 2017) on the Coffs Harbour City Council 2017-2021 Delivery Program is tabled at this time. The Six-Monthly Progress Report identifies achievements and challenges recorded during the reporting period and provides updates on Council services, projects and key operational activities.

There are 273 actions detailed in the six-monthly report. The majority are recorded as being On Track; 39 are listed as Needing Attention, generally reflecting the impacts of external factors.

The report represents the considerable record of achievement by Council and its workforce in delivering positive outcomes for the Coffs Harbour community. The reporting period saw many highlights including:

·    The opening of Stages 2-4 of the Jetty4Shores Project;

·    Winning the globally-acclaimed International Festivals and Events Association (IFEA) World Festival and Event City Award for the third year in a row.

·    Completion of a new, $1.4m multi-purpose amenity building at Fitzroy Oval in Coffs Harbour’s CBD;

·    Completion of $6.5m upgrade works at Coffs Harbour Regional Airport;

·    The launch of phase 1 of a $13.4m upgrade of C.ex Coffs International Stadium – the Building an EPIC Stadium for the Future project;

·    The adoption of the Coffs Harbour Economic Development Strategy 2017-2022;

·    The inaugural staging of Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery’s new signature event, the STILL: National Still Life Award;

·    Significant progress on the plan to develop a ‘Cultural and Civic Space – For the Heart of the City’ in the CBD;

·    Extensive road, bridge and cycleway works;

·    Delivery of land management, environmental and sustainability initiatives;

·    Delivery of a range of community, economic and sporting programs.

 

2018/27

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council:

1.       Adopts the attached Six-Monthly Progress Report (for the period 1 July to 31 December 2017) on the Coffs Harbour City Council 2017-2021 Delivery Program for public release.

2.      Amends the 2017/18 Operational Plan to delete actions P0869, B0828, and M0866, as detailed in the Issues section of this report.

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

Carried

 

 

 

SC18/06          Coffs Harbour Jetty Foreshore Precinct - NSW Government Consultation Process

 

Executive Summary

The NSW Government aims to develop a master plan for the Jetty Foreshores Precinct in consultation with the community and other key stakeholders. This project will involve a community consultation exercise (Attachment 1). This report recommends that Council endorse and support the consultation process.

 

2018/28

Resolved (Cr John Arkan / Cr Jan Strom)

That Council endorse and support the NSW Government community engagement exercise within the Jetty Foreshores Precinct (Attachment 1).

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

Carried

 

 

 

SC18/08          Draft Coffs Creek and Park Beach Flood Study 2018 - Pre-Exhibition

 

Executive Summary

Council has received grant funding from NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to review flood modelling in the Coffs Creek catchment and use this information to review drainage strategies for the Park Beach area. Council has engaged consultants to undertake the project.

Draft Coffs Creek and Park Beach Flood Study – February 2018 (Attachment 1) provides a new model to predict design flood conditions in the Coffs Creek catchment, including the Park Beach area. A set of maps also accompany the draft flood study (Attachment 2). The flood study updates older flood estimates using more accurate terrain data, an improved understanding of local rainfall patterns, and more sophisticated modelling techniques. The flood study also considers the impact of the detention basins and other recent flood mitigation improvements

Draft Park Beach Management Options Assessment – February 2018 (Attachment 3) uses the new draft flood model to assess drainage modifications in the residential and commercial areas of the Park Beach area. The study assesses the reduction in flood damage costs for the various modifications and provides a benefit cost ratio for each option.

This report recommends that Council endorse all three attachments and place them on exhibition. It also recommends that the outcome of the public exhibition is reported to Council at a future meeting.

 

2018/29

Resolved (Cr John Arkan / Cr Paul Amos)

That Council:

1.       Endorse draft Coffs Creek and Park Beach Flood Study – February 2018 (Attachment 1) and accompanying maps (Attachment 2) and place them on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

2.       Endorse draft Park Beach Management Options Assessment – February 2018 (Attachment 3) and place it on public exhibition for a 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 documents.

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

Carried

 

At 6.10pm, The General Manager left the meeting, returning at 6.13pm.

 

Directorate Reports - Sustainable Infrastructure

 

SI18/04           Temporary Road Closure - Road Club Events Engineering Drive and  Industrial Drive (west of Engineering Drive) at Isles Industrial Estate

 

Executive Summary

On the 9th November 2017 Council considered Item T69 of the local Traffic Committee - Temporary Road Closure - Road Club Events Engineering Drive and  Industrial Drive (west of Engineering Drive) at Isles Industrial Estate Circuit for 2017 – 2019 -Sunday mornings between 6.00am and 12.00noon.

That Report, from the Local Traffic Committee (LTC), recommended, for Council action, the temporary closure of certain roads in the Isles Industrial Estate for the purpose of weekend use by Road Cyclists.

When considering that LTC recommendation Council decided to defer taking any action pending confirmation by Council staff that the majority of affected businesses were indeed supportive of the recommendations.

This Report provides the additional information requested by Council at its Meeting of 9th November 2017 and based on an assessment that a significant proportion of businesses do not support the LTC’s recommended action, provides a recommendation that Council now reject the earlier LTC recommendation.

 

 

Motion

2018/30

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Jan Strom)

1.         That the proposed road closure of Engineering Drive and Industrial Drive (west of Engineering Drive ) at Isles Industrial Estate for 2017-2019 on Sunday Mornings between 11am and 12 noon be rejected.

2.         That the temporary road closure from 7am to 11am be extended for a three months trial period.

3.         That there be no more than two road closure days per month, noting that these will be Sundays.

4.         That Coffs Harbour Cycle Club reapply to Council for a longer road closure permit after the three month trial period is completed should they wish to do so.

5.      The Cycle Club would be required to submit a detailed evaluation that could be agreed with Council’s Traffic Engineer prior to the trial commencing.

For:         Crs Adendorff, Amos, Strom, Swan and Townley

Against:  Crs Arkan, Cecato and Rhoades

Carried

 

 

SI18/05           West Coffs Reserve Masterplan

 

Executive Summary

The West Coffs Contributions Plan has allocated $1M of funding for the construction of a new district park at West Coffs Reserve, located off William Sharp Drive, Coffs Harbour.  Stemming from funding allocation, and as part of the planning and consultation process for the project, a West Coffs Reserve Masterplan was developed.

 

The West Coffs Masterplan outlines a concept layout and design for the new district park. The master plan was developed with considerable community consultation, and was recently placed on public exhibition for thirty days, ending 15 December 2017.

 

Interest by the public during exhibition was significant. It included 436 ‘have your say’ website visits. From those visits 12 comments were made, 7 survey forms were completed and 3 questions received and answered.

 

No objections to construction of a park at the site were received, and all feedback was generally in support of the masterplan. Respondents mostly offered general views or suggestions in respect to discrete elements of the plan that were of particular interest to them.

 

On review of the feedback, a number of suggestions for the park can be incorporated during the detailed design phase of the project, as is outlined within the body of the report. 

 

No insurmountable issues were identified from public feedback that are considered to have cause to delay or alter the masterplan.

 

This report recommends that Council adopt the West Coffs Reserve Masterplan as exhibited, so that detailed design and construction of the park can proceed.

 

2018/31

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council adopt the West Coffs Reserve Masterplan dated November 2017 and the Concept Plan contained within.

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

Carried

 

 

 

 

Motion

2018/32

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Keith Rhoades)

That item SI18/06 - Contract No. RFT-916-TO Coffs Harbour CBD Gordon Street Footpath Works be dealt with in Closed Session at the end of the meeting.

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

Carried

 

 

 

Trust Reports

 

T18/02 TRUST REPORT - Addition of Closed Road at Woolgoolga into the Coffs Coast State Park

 

Executive Summary

The Coffs Coast State Park Trust has commenced work on the redevelopment of the Woolgoolga Beach Reserve and Holiday Park.  During initial survey works for the construction program it was identified that a parcel of land (Lot1 DP 726466), within the holiday park boundary, was potentially still listed as a ‘Crown Public Road’.

 

The Department of Industry – Lands (DPI) was notified of the anomaly and a historical review of the location was undertaken by DPI that confirmed that the parcel of land was still classified as a Crown Public Road.  DPI advised Council officers of their intent to close the road and incorporate the parcel into the Coffs Coast State Park (Reserve 63076 for Public Recreation and Resting Place).

 

This report seeks the Trust’s acknowledgement of the intent to close the Crown Public Road and concurrence with adding Lot 1 DP 726466 into the Coffs Coast State Park Trust.

 

2018/33

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council, as Corporate Manager of the Coffs Coast State Park Trust:

1.       Acknowledges the Crown Public Road closure action being undertaken by the Department of Industry – Lands

2.      Provides its concurrence to the addition of Lot 1 DP 726466 into Reserve 63076 for Public Recreation and Resting Place.

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

Carried

 

 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

No requests for leave of absence.

 

Matters of an Urgent Nature

No matters of an urgent nature.

 

CLOSED SESSION – SECTION 10A

 

The Acting Mayor requested a motion to close the meeting to consider a confidential report as outlined in the meeting agenda, the time being 6.33pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motion

2018/34

Resolved (Cr Jan Strom / Cr Keith Rhoades)

That the meeting be closed to the press and public during consideration of the following item for the reasons stated.

 

SI18/06 – Contract No. RFT-916-TO Coffs Harbour CBD Gordon Street Footpath Works

This report was confidential for the reason of Section 10A(2):

(d)     Contained commercial information of a confidential nature that would, if disclosed;

(i)       prejudice the commercial positio of the person who supplied it, or

(ii)      confer a commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

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

Carried

 

 

The press and public vacated the Chamber.

 

 

2018/35

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Jan Strom)

That the meeting open in Closed Session.

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

Carried

 

 

 

SI18/06           Contract No. RFT-916-TO Coffs Harbour CBD Gordon Street footpath works

 

Executive Summary

In March 2016, Council entered a Voluntary Planning Agreement (VPA) with Gowings Bros Pty Ltd for the redevelopment of the Gordon Street/Harbour Drive/Vernon Street site. The VPA addressed the ‘public works’ of the reconstruction of the Harbour Drive/Gordon Street intersection and the footpath works adjacent the development on Gordon Street.

 

Stage one of the public works (construction of the Harbour Drive/Gordon Street intersection) was completed in October 2016. The subject of this report is the contract for Stage 2, footpath works in Gordon Street.

 

2018/36

Resolved (Cr Tegan Swan / Cr Michael Adendorff)

That Council;

1.       Decline to accept any tender received for the Contract RFT-916-TO, Coffs Harbour CBD Gordon Street Footpath Works; in accordance with S178(1)(b) of the Local Government Regulations;

2.       Not invite fresh tenders, as it is considered that inviting fresh tenders would not attract additional suitable contractors over and above those that have responded to this tender and will delay the project;

 

3.      In accordance with S178(3)(e) of the Local Government Regulations, delegate authority for the General Manager to enter into negotiations with contractors that are suitably qualified and demonstrate a capability to undertake the scope of works with a view to entering into a contract in relation to the subject matter of the tender, and that the General Manager accepts the most suitable tender negotiated.

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

 

Carried

 

 

2018/37

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Keith Rhoades)

That Council move into Open Session.

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

Carried

 

OPEN SESSION

 

2018/38

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Jan Strom)

That the resolution of the Closed Session be adopted.

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

Carried

 

 

The General Manager read to the meeting the resolution of the Closed Session.

 

Close of Meeting

The Meeting closed at 6.59pm.

 

Confirmed:  8 March 2018.

 

 

 

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George Cecato

Acting Mayor