Ordinary Council Meeting Minutes                                               9 September 2021

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Ordinary Council Meeting
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ON Thursday, 9 September 2021 AT 5.00pm

 

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

STAFF:                    General Manager, 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 Denise Knight in the chair.

Acknowledgement of Country

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, the Gumbaynggirr people, who have cared for this land since time immemorial. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging, and commit ourselves to a future with reconciliation and renewal at its heart.

 

The Mayor offered condolences on behalf of herself, Councillors and Coffs Harbour City Council to Tim Thompson’s family and friends and also thank everyone who was involved on the beach and all the first responders during that tragic accident.

 

Statement in relation to Recording of Meetings

The 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

No disclosures of interest.

 

Public forum commenced

No public forums.

Apologies

No apologies.

 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

No requests for leave of absence.

 

 

Mayoral Minute

 

MM21/03        Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (infrastructure Contributions) Bill 2021

2021/197

Resolved (Cr Denise Knight)

That Council:

1.         Calls on the NSW Government to withdraw the Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Infrastructure Contributions) Bill 2021 (the Bill) from the NSW Parliament.

2.         Calls on the NSW Government to undertake further consultation with the local government sector on any proposed reforms to the infrastructure contributions system.

3.         Calls on the NSW Government to de-couple the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal led review of the rate peg to include population growth from the infrastructure contributions reforms.

4.         Writes to the local State Member Gurmesh Singh, the Premier the Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Treasurer the Hon Dominic Perrottet MP, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces the Hon Rob Stokes MP and Minister for Local Government the Hon Shelley Hancock MP seeking them to withdraw the Bill.

5.         Writes to the Shadow Treasurer the Hon Daniel Mookhey MLC, Shadow Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Mr Paul Scully MP, Shadow Minister for Local Government Mr Greg Warren MP, The Greens Mr David Shoebridge MLC, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party the Hon Robert Borsak MLC, Pauline Hanson’s One Nation the Hon Mark Latham MLC, Animal Justice Party the Hon Emma Hurst MLC, Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) the Hon Fred Nile MLC, Independent Mr Justin Field, Portfolio Committee Chair The Greens Ms Cate Faehmann, Portfolio Committee Deputy Chair Animal Justice Party the Hon Mark Pearson MLC and Committee members Liberal Party the Hon Catherine Cusack MLC and the Hon Shayne Mallard MLC, The Nationals the Hon Ben Franklin MLC and Australian Labor Party the Hon Rose Jackson MLC and the Hon Adam Searle MLC seeking their support in securing the withdrawal of the Bill from the NSW Parliament and outlining council’s concerns with the Bill.

6.         Alerts the local media to the threat of future ratepayer funds being expended rather than developer levies for new infrastructure brought about by increased development under the proposed legislation and shares and promotes these messages via its digital and social media channels and via its networks.

7.         Requests LGNSW continue advocating on Council’s behalf to protect local government from any amendments to infrastructure contributions which leaves councils and communities exposed to expending ratepayer funds on new infrastructure made necessary by new development, currently the responsibility of developers.

 

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

Carried

 

Confirmation of Minutes

2021/198

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr John Arkan)

That the minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on 26 August 2021 be confirmed with the notation that page 7 of the minutes have been updated for item BS21/51 Sale of 27 – 29 Duke Street, Coffs Harbour, being that Cr Arkan gave notice of a Foreshadowed Motion, not Cr Amos.

 

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

Carried

 

 

General Manager's Reports

 

GM21/14         Election of Deputy Mayor

 

Executive Summary

The Deputy Mayor’s 12-month term ends in September 2021 and Council now is required to determine if it will again elect a Deputy Mayor.  If Council resolves to elect a deputy mayor, then Council will need to determine the election method, which must be open voting (show of hands) if any Councillor attends the meeting via audio-visual link.

This report seeks a decision and whether Council will elect a Deputy Mayor.  If so, the report also facilitates a decision on the election method, a call for nominees and the election.

 

2021/199

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley / Cr Keith Rhoades)

That Council resolve to elect a Deputy Mayor until either the Local Government Elections are held or for the following twelve (12) months (whichever is first).

 

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

Carried

 

 

 

Motion

2021/200

Resolved (Cr John Arkan / Cr Keith Rhoades)

That Council call for nominations for the position of Deputy Mayor and conduct the election by open voting (show of hands) due to the meeting being held via audio visual link.

 

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

Carried

 

 

 

The General Manager advised that he had received one nomination for the positon of Deputy Mayor which was Cr Paul Amos.

 

As there was only one nomination Cr Paul Amos was elected as Deputy Mayor until either the Local Government Elections are held or for the following twelve (12) months (whichever is first).

 

The Mayor thanked Cr George Cecato for his time in the role as Deputy Mayor.

 

 

 

GM21/15         Cultural and Civic Space Building Name

 

Executive Summary

The Cultural and Civic Space project always envisaged an official name for the building.

The Cultural and Civic Space (CCS) Project team in conjunction with local firm, saso creative, has undertaken a consultative process with the community which has culminated in a recommended name for the Cultural and Civic Space building.  The recommended name is Yarrila Place.  Yarrila is a Gumbaynggirr word that means “illuminate / brighten / light up / illustrate”.

A series of workshops in July 2021 with the general community and Gumbaynggirr clans generated a pool of potential names that has been filtered down to the recommended name.  This process is described in saso creative’s report which is Attachment 1.

Consultation demonstrated the community’s preference for a Gumbaynggirr name.  To quote from saso creative’s report (Attachment 1) “From all sources of data — across the workshops, the Have Your Say survey, the Ballot Boxes — and from listening to the buzz on the street in simply talking to people about a Name for the civic and cultural space building, the overwhelming message — really, quite startlingly overwhelming — was that the building’s Name should be of Gumbaynggirr origin.” “This was not in response to a specific leading question: it was entirely unprompted, unscripted, ad-lib and volunteered.”

 

2021/201

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley / Cr John Arkan)

That Council adopt the name of Yarrila Place for the Cultural and Civic Space building.

 

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

Carried

 

 

 

GM21/16         Local Government NSW Conference 2021 - Voting Delegates and Special Conference

 

Executive Summary

Local Government NSW (LGNSW) has advised Council that it is seeking voting delegates for the upcoming LGNSW Board elections and 2021 Annual Conference.  Due to the postponing of the Local Government Elections, the annual conference will only present the financial statements and the annual report, whilst motions will be tabled at a special conference in February 2022.  LGNSW is also seeking motions for the special conference as early as practicable.

This report seeks a resolution on the nominated authorised delegates to vote in the LGNSW board elections, the online 2021 LGNSW Annual Conference and call for motions for Council consideration to be tabled at the LGNSW Special Conference.

 

2021/202

Resolved (Cr Keith Rhoades / Cr Paul Amos)

That:

1.         Council resolve to nominate the following Councillors as the Coffs Harbour City Council voting delegates for the LGNSW Board Elections and the LGNSW Annual Conference:

1.1.     Councillor Denise Knight

1.2.     Councillor Keith Rhoades

1.3.     Councillor Paul Amos

1.4.     Councillor Sally Townley

2.         Councillors wishing to propose motions for consideration by Council for inclusion on the LGNSW Special Conference in February 2022 are to submit any such motions to the General Manager by close of business Wednesday 10 November 2021.

 

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

Carried

Notices of Motion – Business Services

 

NOM21/20      Cultural and Civic Space Project Delegations

 

Motion (Cr Paul Amos / Cr John Arkan)

1.         That all contracts relating to the Cultural and Civic Space project in excess of $250,000 are to be determined by full council and not under delegated authority.

2.         Council will receive monthly project update reports at each regular Council meeting outlying:

2.1.     Anticipated upcoming project costs & milestones

2.2.     Outstanding or unresolved project elements

3.         Variation requests and new contract in excess of $250,000 to be determined by full Council.

Both points 2 & 3 will include all elements not currently captured or excluded, in the project plan budget. Additionally, works to be undertaken in parallel from the City Centre Masterplan or associated projects in the precinct, including civil works, landscaping, staff relocation costs and additional facility resources to be included.

Noting the existing delay penalties, upcoming reports and payments for approval should be put up for consideration no less than 14 days prior to required payment or start date.

 

Cr Arkan gave notice of a Foreshadowed Motion.

 

For:         Crs Amos, Arkan, Rhoades and Swan

Against:  Crs Knight, Adendorff, Cecato and Townley

 

The MOTION on being put to the meeting resulted in a tied vote. The Mayor used her casting vote and the MOTION was declared LOST.

 

Cr John Arkan's Foreshadowed Motion was brought forward as follows:

 

 

Motion

 

Motion (Cr John Arkan / Cr Paul Amos)

That all contracts relating to the Cultural and Civic Space project in excess of $250,000 are to be determined by full council and not under delegated authority.

 

For:         Crs Amos, Arkan, Rhoades and Swan

Against:  Crs Knight, Adendorff, Cecato and Townley

 

The MOTION on being put to the meeting resulted in a tied vote. The Mayor used her casting vote and the MOTION was declared LOST.

 

 

 

Cr Denise Knight left the meeting, the time being 5.48pm and Cr Paul Amos assumed the Chair.

 

 

Directorate Reports - Business Services

 

BS21/52          Monthly Financial Performance Report for the Month Ended 31 July 2021

 

Executive Summary

This report presents the Monthly Financial Performance Report for the month ended 31 July 2021.  The report provides information on the actual to budget position at the financial statement level and capital expenditure reports for the current financial year.  As at 31 July 2021, the budget year to date surplus after capital revenue is $269,000 with the actual year to date surplus being $1.49 million.

The explanation of year to date variances is contained within the Income Statement commentary under Variance Comments for variances greater than 10%.  There are individual recurrent revenue sources with variances but overall recurrent revenue is on track, similarly for recurrent expenditure.

The capital expenditure target for the current financial year is $160.2 million with $5.5 million expended to the end of July 2021.

 

2021/203

Resolved (Cr George Cecato / Cr Tegan Swan)

That Council note the Monthly Financial Performance Report for 31 July 2021.

 

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

Carried

 

 

 

BS21/53          Proposed Revotes for the Year Ended 30 June 2021

 

Executive Summary

This report summarises the unspent funds proposed to be revoted from the 2020/21 Operational Plan budgets into the 2021/22 Operational Plan budgets.  It is recommended that $2,416,361 of operational expenditure and $15,093,632 of capital expenditure be revoted.  It is also recommended that $588,060 of operational revenue and $2,253,524 of capital revenue be revoted.  The resulting impact on the 2021/22 budgeted Net Operating Result is a deterioration of $1.828M and therefore, the adopted 2021/22 budget deficit of $3.174M will be revised to a budget deficit of $5.002M.  The monthly and quarterly budget reviews will need to be monitored closely with a view to improving this result back to a balanced net operating position.

These revotes are necessary due to a variety of reasons including timing (project spans financial years), contractual obligations, commitments or monies held aside for specific purposes.  Council’s leadership teams have undergone a rigorous screening of all revotes to minimise their extent.  All revotes have been considered in line with Council’s Operational Plan and the Long Term Financial Plan.

A detailed summary of revotes by Directorate is provided in the body of the report along with the implications on the 2021/22 Operational Plan budgets by Fund.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021/204

Resolved (Cr Tegan Swan / Cr George Cecato)

That Council:

1.         Adopt the various revotes from 2020/21 to 2021/22 as detailed in the body of this report and Attachment 1, which are summarised as follows:

Type / Fund

Revote $

OPERATING

 

General Fund

Water Fund

Sewer Fund

 

 

2,416,361

-

-

 

 

2,416,361

 

CAPITAL

 

General Fund

Water Fund

Sewer Fund

 

 

13,753,849

376,749

963,034

 

 

15,093,632

 

TOTAL

17,509,993

 

 

2.         Note the impacts of the proposed revotes on the 2021/22 Consolidated Income Statement as follows:

2021/22 Original Budget

$‘000s

2021/22 Proposed Budget

‘000s

Recurrent Revenue

 

 

Rates and Annual Charges

104,869

104,869

User Charges and Fees

61,000

61,000

Interest and Investment Revenue

5,068

5,068

Other Revenues

7,855

7,855

Grants and Contributions provided for Operating Purposes

14,600

15,188

RECURRENT REVENUE

193,392

193,980

 

 

 

Recurrent Expenditure

 

Employee Benefits and Oncosts

63,316

63,441

Borrowing Costs

6,879

6,879

Materials and Contracts

224,732

242,117

Depreciation and Amortisation

45,755

45,755

Other Expenses

16,118

16,118

Less: Capitalised Expenses

(160,234)

(175,328)

RECURRENT EXPENDITURE

196,566

198,982

 

 

 

NET OPERATING (DEFICIT)

(3,174)

(5,002)

 

 

 

Capital Revenue

 

 

Capital Grants, Subsidies, Contributions and Donations

62,274

64,528

CAPITAL REVENUE

62,274

64,528

 

 

 

NET SURPLUS

59,100

59,526

 

 

 

FUNDING SOURCES FOR PROPOSED REVOTES

 

 

Operating Funding

 

 

Net Surplus

59,100

59,526

Transfer to Reserves

(25,000)

(25,000)

Transfer from Unexpended Loans

2,301

3.937

Transfer from Reserves

26,749

39,781

Total Operating Funding

63,150

78,244

 

 

 

Capital Funding

 

 

Loan Advance

57,270

57,270

Depreciation

45,755

45,755

Total Capital Funding

103,025

103,025

 

 

 

Total Funding

166,175

181,269

 

 

 

Allocation of Funding

 

 

Constructed and Purchased Assets

(160,234)

(175,328)

Loan Redemptions

(15,529)

(15,529)

Total Allocation of Funding

(175,763)

(190,857)

 

 

 

Budgeted (Reduction) in Cash

(9,588)

(9,588)

 

 

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

Carried

 

 

Directorate Reports - Sustainable Communities

 

SC21/48          Planning Proposal - Coastal Vulnerability Area Mapping & Policy - Coffs Harbour Local Government Area

 

Executive Summary

Since 2011, Council has been systematically updating its planning framework around coastal hazard management for the Coffs Harbour Local Government Area (LGA).

At its Ordinary Meeting of 9 May 2019, Council resolved to endorse an updated Coastal Zone Management Plan and updated Coastal Erosion Hazard Mapping, and to consider a further report in relation to inserting the updated mapping within State Environmental Planning Policy (Coastal Management) 2018 (‘Coastal Management SEPP’).

The purpose of this report is to respond to that resolution and to seek Council’s endorsement to initiate a planning process (via a planning proposal) to include ‘coastal vulnerability area’ mapping for the Coffs Harbour LGA within the Coastal Management SEPP and to publicly exhibit associated amendments to Council’s Local Environmental Plan (LEP) and Development Control Plan (DCP), in conjunction with a Coastal Vulnerability Area Policy.

 

2021/205

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley / Cr John Arkan)

That Council:

1.         Endorse and forward a Planning Proposal (Attachment 1) to the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment seeking a Gateway Determination to include Coastal Vulnerability Area mapping for the Coffs Harbour Local Government Area within State Environmental Planning Policy (Coastal Management) 2018 and to subsequently remove Clause 7.7 Limited Development on Foreshore Area from Coffs Harbour Local Environmental Plan 2013.

2.         Request that the Secretary of the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment issue a written authorisation to Council to exercise delegation of the plan making functions under section 3.36(2) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 in respect of the Planning Proposal.

3.         Publicly exhibit the Planning Proposal and undertake government agency consultation subject to the terms of the Gateway Determination issued by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

4.         Publicly exhibit the draft Coffs Harbour Development Control Plan 2015 – Amendment No. 21 (Coastal Vulnerability Area) (Attachment 2) concurrently with the Planning Proposal.

5.         Publicly exhibit the draft Coastal Vulnerability Area Policy (Attachment 3) for a period of 28 days and provide public notice of its intention to adopt the policy in accordance with Section 160 (2) of the Local Government Act 1993.

6.         Consider a further report, outlining the outcomes of the public exhibition process of the Planning Proposal, draft Development Control Plan and draft Council Policy.

 

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

Carried

 

 

 

SC21/49          Development Application No. 0028/21 - Dual Occupancy (Detached) - Lot 256 DP 752853, 119 Condons Road, Sandy Beach

 

Executive Summary

This report provides an assessment of Development Application No. 0028/21 for a dual occupancy (detached) involving the construction of one dwelling at Lot 256 DP 752853, 119 Condons Road, Sandy Beach.

At its meeting of 12 October 2017, Council adopted the ‘Development Applications - Consideration by Council Policy’, which outlined:

That development applications for approval involving substantial aspects of the following elements be referred to Council for determination:

-     Significant public interest and community input;

-     A proposed variation to the Local Environmental Plan that varies from the development standard by more than 10%;

-     Significant land use; and

-     Major environmental issues.

The development application is reported to Council for determination because it proposes to vary development standards in the Local Environmental Plan by more than 10%.

 

2021/206

Resolved (Cr George Cecato / Cr Sally Townley)

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 following development standards of the Coffs Harbour Local Environmental Plan 2013:

1.1.     Vehicular access under Clause 4.2E(2)(b);

1.2.     Minimum separation distance between dwellings under Clause 4.2E(2)(c); and

1.3.     Height of buildings under Clause 4.3.

2.         Approve Development Application No. 0028/21 for a dual occupancy (detached) at Lot 256 DP 752853, 119 Condons Road, Sandy Beach, subject to the conditions provided in Attachment 3.

3.         Advise persons who made a submission on Development Application No. 0028/21 of Council’s decision.

 

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

Carried

 

 

Cr Denise Knight returned to the meeting, the time being 5.51pm and resumed the Chair.

 

 

 

SC21/50          Review of the MyCoffs Community Strategic Plan - Revised Community Communications and Engagement Strategy

 

Executive Summary

At its Ordinary Meeting of 22 April 2021, Council adopted the Community Communications and Engagement Strategy for reviewing the MyCoffs Community Strategic Plan (CSP).

Following the postponement of the NSW local government elections, minor modifications of the engagement timeframe have been made. Accordingly, the revised strategy is presented to Council for adoption.

 

2021/207

Resolved (Cr Paul Amos / Cr Michael Adendorff)

That Council adopt the revised Community Communications and Engagement Strategy for the MyCoffs Community Strategic Plan Review (Attachment 1).

 

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

Carried

 

 

Directorate Reports - Sustainable Infrastructure

 

MOTION

2021/208

Resolved (Cr Denise Knight / Cr George Cecato)

That item SI21/18 Deed of Settlement and Release – Container Deposit Scheme be referred to Closed Session.

 

For:         Crs Knight, Adendorff, Amos, Cecato, Rhoades and Swan

Against:  Crs Arkan and Townley

Carried

 

 

 

SI21/19           Renewal of Critical Sewer Infrastructure - Jetty Foreshore Precinct

 

Executive Summary

This report requests Council to consider the acceleration of the renewal of two pieces of major infrastructure within the Jetty Foreshores precinct in order to take advantage of economies of scale and efficiency advantages via the upcoming NSW Government backbone infrastructure works in that same area.

The NSW Government has committed an initial $20 million to commence work on the revitalisation and activation of the Coffs Harbour Jetty Foreshore Precinct. $5 million has been allocated to the development of a new community building on the site of the TS Vendetta Building while the remaining $15 million has been allocated to the design and construction of essential services including; water, power, sewer, storm water and telecommunications infrastructure within the precinct. Pending approvals, construction works for the delivery of essential infrastructure is planned to commence later this year.

Council has been working collaboratively with Property & Development NSW (a Division of NSW Department Planning Industry & Environment) who are currently managing the master planning process on behalf of the NSW Government. During the infrastructure design process, Council staff have identified an opportunity for additional Council owned sewer infrastructure, located within the Jetty Foreshore Precinct, to be renewed in parallel with work proposed by the NSW Government.

Undertaking the Council works in parallel with the NSW Government works will minimise public disruption during construction and achieve an economy of scale that will result in a lower cost and more expedient renewal of the aging Council infrastructure.

 

2021/209

Resolved (Cr George Cecato / Cr Paul Amos)

That Council:

1.         Allocate $6,800,000 from the Sewer Fund Reserves for the renewal of 1800 metres of DN600 Sewer Rising Main, and 600 metres of DN500 Effluent Main within the Jetty Foreshore Precinct.

2.         Enter into a formal agreement with the NSW Government for the delivery of the works outlined above

3.         Authorise the General Manager under delegated authority to negotiate and execute the terms of the agreement.

 

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

Carried

 

 

Questions on Notice

 

QON21/08      Summary of Income from CDS Revenue Sharing Agreements

 

 

The response was noted.

 

 

Matters of an Urgent Nature

 

MUN21/12      Covid-19 Safe and Vaccinations

 

 

The Mayor gave a reminder to be COVID-19 safe and to get vaccinated.

 

 

CLOSED SESSION – SECTION 10A

The Mayor requested a motion to close the meeting to consider item SI21/18 Deed of Settlement and Release Container Deposit Scheme, the time being 5.54pm.

 

 

Motion

2021/210

Resolved (Cr George Cecato / Cr Tegan Swan)

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

 

SI21/18 Deed of Settlement and Release Container Deposit Scheme

(g) advice concerning litigation, or advice that would otherwise be privileged from production in legal proceedings on the ground of legal professional privilege

 

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

Carried

 

 

The live stream was ceased.

 

 

 

SI21/18           Deed of Settlement and Release - Container Deposit Scheme

 

Executive Summary

The introduction of the NSW Container Deposit Scheme (CDS) resulted in a contractual dispute regarding the existence and quantum of any commercial impacts of the CDS scheme on the pre-existing Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) contract which continues to bind Council and Handybin Waste Services until its natural expiration in March 2027.

This report requests Council now consider the option of a potential commercial settlement of the dispute, the terms of which have been agreed by the parties pending Council’s consideration of the matter.

 

2021/211

Resolved (Cr Sally Townley / Cr George Cecato)

That Council:

1.         Note the Deed of Settlement and Release and consequent future CDS Refund Sharing Agreement; and

2.         Authorise the Mayor and General Manager to execute of the Deed of Settlement and Release under Council’s Common Seal; and

3.         Authorise the General Manager to execute the Refund Sharing Agreement under delegated authority.

 

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

Against:  Cr Arkan

Carried

 

 

open meeting

The Mayor requested an appropriate motion to enable the meeting to resolve into Open Meeting, the time being 6.23pm.

 

 

Motion

2021/212

Resolved (Cr John Arkan / Cr Keith Rhoades)

That Council move into Open Session.

 

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

Carried

 

 

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

 

 

 

Motion

2021/213

Resolved (Cr George Cecato / Cr Michael Adendorff)

That the resolution of the Closed Session be adopted.

 

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

Against:  Cr Arkan

Carried

 

 

 

Close of Meeting

The Meeting closed at 6.27pm.

 

Confirmed: 23 September 2021

 

 

 

 

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Denise Knight

Mayor