Ordinary Council Meeting

 

Agenda

 

2 June 2020

 

 

Notice is hereby given, in accordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act 1993 that an Ordinary meeting of ORANGE CITY COUNCIL will be held Via online video conferencing platform Zoom on Tuesday, 2 June 2020 commencing at 7.00pm.

 

 

David Waddell

Chief Executive Officer

 

For apologies please contact Administration on 6393 8218.

  

 


Council Meeting                                                                                                   2 June 2020

Agenda

EVACUATION PROCEDURE

In the event of an emergency, the building may be evacuated. You will be required to vacate the building by the rear entrance and gather at the breezeway between the Library and Art Gallery buildings. This is Council's designated emergency muster point.

Under no circumstances is anyone permitted to re-enter the building until the all clear has been given and the area deemed safe by authorised personnel.

In the event of an evacuation, a member of Council staff will assist any member of the public with a disability to vacate the building.

  

1                Introduction.. 4

1.1            Apologies and Leave of Absence. 4

1.2            Livestreaming and Recording. 4

1.3            Acknowledgement of Country. 4

1.4            Declaration of pecuniary interests, significant non-pecuniary interests and less than significant non-pecuniary interests. 4

2                Mayoral Minutes. 4

Nil

COUNCIL MEETING ADJOURNS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE OPEN FORUM

COUNCIL MEETING RESUMES

3                Confirmation of Minutes of Previous Meeting.. 5

3.1            Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Orange City Council held on 19 May 2020  6

COUNCIL MEETING ADJOURNS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE POLICY COMMITTEES

Planning and Development - Chaired by Cr Russell Turner

NO ITEMS - Employment and Economic Development

Infrastructure - Chaired by Cr Jeff Whitton

NO ITEMS - Sport and Recreation

Environmental Sustainability - Chaired by Cr Mario Previtera

Finance - Chaired by Cr Jeff Whitton

NO ITEMS - Services

COUNCIL MEETING RESUMES.

4                Notices of Motion/Notices of Rescission.. 13

4.1            Notice of Motion - Removal of No Fishing Sign, Ploughmans Creek Wetlands. 13

4.2            WITHDRAWN - Notice of Motion - Removal of event camping in the resolution on Gosling Creek. 15

 

5                General Reports. 25

5.1            Murray Darling Association Membership. 25

5.2            Update on Outstanding Resolutions of Council including Questions Taken on Notice and Notices of Motions. 27

5.3            OC Future City. 101

5.4            Road Closure Application - Part The Escort Way. 107

5.5            Lease Riawena Oval to Orange District Cricket Association. 109

5.6            Lease 73A Hill Street to Orange Regional Conservatorium Inc. 111

5.7            City Entrance Sign Conceptual Design. 113

6                Closed Meeting - See Closed Agenda.. 170

6.1            Tenders for the upgrade of Forest Road from Bloomfield Hospital to Cadia Road  173

6.2            Acquisition of Land - Footpath along Northern Distributor Road. 175

6.3            Health Infrastructure Agreement 177

6.4            Acquisition of easements - Spring Creek/Icely Road Pipeline - Lot 51 DP1132549  179

6.5            Acquisition of Easement - Spring Creek/Icely Road Pipeline - Lot 1 DP 739045. 181

6.6            Acquisition of Easement - Spring Creek/Icely Road Pipeline - Lot 2 DP 577491. 183

6.7            Acquisition of Easement - Stage 4 Southern Feeder Road - Lot 193 DP 756899  185

6.8            Tender for Construction of Southern Feeder Road Stage 3. 187

7                Resolutions from closed meeting.. 188

 


Council Meeting                                                                                                   2 June 2020

1       Introduction

1.1     Apologies and Leave of Absence

1.2     LIVESTREAMING AND RECORDING

This Council Meeting is being livestreamed and recorded. By speaking at the Council Meeting you agree to being livestreamed and recorded. Please ensure that if and when you speak at this Council Meeting that you ensure you are respectful to others and use appropriate language at all times. Orange City Council accepts no liability for any defamatory or offensive remarks or gestures made during the course of this Council Meeting. A recording will be made for administrative purposes and will be available to Councillors.

1.3     Acknowledgement of Country

I would like to acknowledge the Wiradjuri people who are the Traditional Custodians of the Land. I would also like to pay respect to the Elders both past and present of the Wiradjuri Nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal Australians who are present.

1.4     Declaration of pecuniary interests, significant non-pecuniary interests and less than significant non-pecuniary interests

The provisions of Chapter 14 of the Local Government Act, 1993 (the Act) regulate the way in which Councillors and designated staff of Council conduct themselves to ensure that there is no conflict between their private interests and their public role.

The Act prescribes that where a member of Council (or a Committee of Council) has a direct or indirect financial (pecuniary) interest in a matter to be considered at a meeting of the Council (or Committee), that interest must be disclosed as soon as practicable after the start of the meeting and the reasons given for declaring such interest.

As members are aware, the provisions of the Local Government Act restrict any member who has declared a pecuniary interest in any matter from participating in the discussion or voting on that matter, and requires that member to vacate the Chamber.

Council’s Code of Conduct provides that if members have a non-pecuniary conflict of interest, the nature of the conflict must be disclosed. The Code of Conduct also provides for a number of ways in which a member may manage non pecuniary conflicts of interest.

Recommendation

It is recommended that Councillors now disclose any conflicts of interest in matters under consideration by the Council at this meeting.

2       Mayoral Minutes

Nil     


 

 

3       Confirmation of Minutes of Previous Meeting

RECOMMENDATION

That the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Orange City Council held on 19 May 2020 (copies of which were circulated to all members) be and are hereby confirmed as a true and accurate records of the proceedings of the Council meeting held on 19 May 2020.

 

Attachments

1        Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Orange City Council held on 19 May 2020



ORANGE CITY COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE

Ordinary Council Meeting

VIA ONLINE VIDEO CONFERENCING PLATFORM ZOOM

ON 19 May 2020

COMMENCING AT 7.00pm


 1      Introduction

Attendance

Cr R Kidd (Mayor), Cr S Romano (Deputy Mayor), Cr K Duffy, Cr J Hamling, Cr J McRae, Cr T Mileto, Cr S Munro, Cr S Nugent, Cr M Previtera, Cr G Taylor, Cr R Turner, Cr J Whitton (7.04pm)

Chief Executive Officer, Acting Director Corporate and Commercial Services, Director Development Services, Director Community, Recreation and Cultural Services, Director Technical Services, Manager Corporate Governance, Manager Financial Services, Governance Coordinator, Administration Officer Governance

 

1.1     APOLOGIES

Nil

1.2     LIVESTREAMING AND RECORDING

The Mayor advised that the meeting was being livestreamed and recorded.

 

1.3     OPENING PRAYER

REV ANDREW CUNNINGHAM OF THE ORANGE UNITING CHURCH LED THE COUNCIL IN PRAYER

 

1.4     ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

 

1.5     Declaration of pecuniary interests, significant non-pecuniary interests and less than significant non-pecuniary interests

Nil

2       Mayoral Minutes

Nil 

 

GOOD NEWS

1                    Email from Brooke Daniels who is the Chief of Staff for ABC Central West, thanking Council and Council staff for support given to the ABC’s show “Australia All Over”. The ABC appreciates assistance provided to make Macca’s show a success. It was broadcast from Cook Park in March.

 

2                    Email from Jenny Hazelton – Orange Push for Palliative – thanking Council for enormous support provided for the visit of the Australian Doctors Orchestra in March 2020. The visit was an outstanding success on every level. The sell-out concert raised over $20,000 and the money will go towards establishing permanent amenities for Palliative care such as a palliative care garden. Special thanks to Council Theatre staff Michelle Pearce, Christie Westcott and Peter Telford.

** Cr Whitton arrived at the meeting with the time being 7.04pm**

3       Confirmation of Minutes of Previous Meeting

RESOLVED - 20/135                                                                            Cr S Munro/Cr R Turner

That the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Orange City Council held on 12 May 2020 (copies of which were circulated to all members) be and are hereby confirmed as a true and accurate record of the proceedings of the Council meeting held on 12 May 2020 with an amendment to Item 4.1 to note that Cr Whitton moved the item, not Cr Nugent and that it be noted that Cr Whitton withdrew his resignation as Chair of the Infrastructure Policy Committee.

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

4       Notices of Motion/Notices of Rescission

Nil


 

 

5       General Reports

5.1     Recommendations and Resolutions from Policy Committees

TRIM Reference:        2020/531

RESOLVED - 20/136                                                                          Cr S Nugent/Cr J Hamling

1        That the resolutions made by the Planning and Development Committee at its meeting held on 12 May 2020 be noted.

2        That the resolutions made by the Employment and Economic Development Policy Committee at its meeting held on 12 May 2020 be noted.

2        That the resolutions made by the Infrastructure Policy Committee at its meeting held on 12 May 2020 be noted.

3        That the resolutions made by the Sport and Recreation Policy Committee at its meeting held on 12 May 2020 be noted.

4        That the resolutions made by the Environmental Sustainability Policy Committee at its meeting held on 12 May 2020 be noted.

5        That the resolutions made by the Services Policy Committee at its meeting held on 12 May 2020 be noted.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

 

MATTER ARISING

In response to queries and comments from Cr Romano regarding the Gosling Creek camping site, the CEO indicated an update would be circulated to all Councillors with respect to the area.

 

 

5.2     Statement of Investments - April 2020

TRIM Reference:        2020/711

RESOLVED - 20/137                                                                             Cr S Munro/Cr G Taylor

That Council resolves:

1        To note the Statement of Investments as at 30 April 2020.

2        To adopt the certification of the Responsible Accounting Officer.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

 

5.3     Quarterly Budget Review and Progress Report - Quarter 3 of 2019/2020

TRIM Reference:        2020/661

RESOLVED - 20/138                                                                               Cr S Munro/Cr K Duffy

That Council resolves:

1        That the information provided in the report on the quarterly budget and performance indicators review for December 2019 to March 2020 be acknowledged.

2        The bank reconciliation statement be acknowledged.

3        To adopt unfavourable variations in the consolidated overall cost to council arising from the March 2020 quarterly review amounting to $3,624,985.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

 

MATTERS ARISING
In response to queries from Cr Nugent, Director Development Services provided a verbal update on the Local Housing Strategy.

 

In response to queries from Cr Hamling on the 1 June opening of regional NSW for travel again, Director Technical Services undertook to obtain an update from Qantas on its proposal to fly to Orange.

 

In response to queries from Cr Whitton, Manager Financial Services advised that Council was still administering the Central West Libraries and the underspend in the quarterly budget was due to timing issues.

 

5.4     Health and Innovation Precinct

TRIM Reference:        2019/2235

RESOLVED - 20/139                                                                            Cr S Munro/Cr S Nugent

That the draft Health and Innovation Precinct Masterplan be exhibited for 28 days.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

 

MATTER ARISING

Cr Munro requested that the Chief Executive Officer follow up on where the extra parking at the Orange Health Services is up to.

5.5     The Springs; an Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Fringe Camp located in South Orange - Conservation Management Plans and future directions for the site.

TRIM Reference:        2020/703

RESOLVED - 20/140                                                                              Cr K Duffy/Cr S Nugent

That Council resolves that The Springs; an Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Fringe Camp located in South Orange – Conservation Management Plans and Future Directions for the site be placed on public exhibition for community comment.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

 

MATTER ARISING

In response to a query from Cr Mileto, the Director Community, Recreation and Cultural Services, indicated that grant applications had not yet been made for this area but were proposed once the plan had been approved.

 

Cr Nugent requested a site visit of The Springs be held for all Councillors.

 

5.6     City Entrance Sign Conceptual Design

TRIM Reference:        2020/755

MOTION

That the report on the City entrance signage be acknowledged.

AMENDMENT                                                                                         Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves that staff bring a report back to the next Council meeting on the city entrance sign concept design that includes the recommendations from the Parks Trees and Waterways Committee.

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Cr McRae

THE AMENDMENT ON BEING PUT TO THE MEETING WAS CARRIED AND BECAME THE MOTION

THE MOTION ON BEING PUT TO THE MEETING WAS CARRIED

RESOLVED - 20/141                                                                                Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves that staff bring a report back to the next Council meeting on the city entrance sign concept design that includes the recommendations from the Parks Trees and Waterways Committee

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Cr McRae

Absent: Nil

 

5.7     Works/Contributions in kind for Duntryleague Golf Course

TRIM Reference:        2019/2779

THIS ITEM WAS WITHDRAWN

 

6       Closed Meeting

In accordance with the Local Government Act 1993, and the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005, in the opinion of the General Manager, the following business is of a kind as referred to in Section 10A(2) of the Act, and should be dealt with in a Confidential Session of the Council meeting closed to the press and public.

In response to a question from the Mayor, the Chief Executive Officer advised that no written submissions had been received relating to any item listed for consideration by the Closed Meeting of Council.

 

RESOLVED - 20/142                                                                             Cr G Taylor/Cr S Munro

That Council adjourn into a Closed Meeting and members of the press and public be excluded from the Closed Meeting, and access to the correspondence and reports relating to the items considered during the course of the Closed Meeting be withheld unless declassified by separate resolution. This action is taken in accordance with Section 10A(2) of the Local Government Act, 1993 as the items listed come within the following provisions:

6.1     EOI - Loan Borrowings Confidential

This item is classified CONFIDENTIAL under the provisions of Section 10A(2) of the Local Government Act 1993, which permits the meeting to be closed to the public for business relating to (c) information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

6.2     Regional Express Request for Deferred Debtor

This item is classified CONFIDENTIAL under the provisions of Section 10A(2) of the Local Government Act 1993, which permits the meeting to be closed to the public for business relating to (c) information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

    

The Mayor declared the Ordinary Meeting of Council adjourned for the conduct of the Closed Meeting at 7.48pm.

The Mayor declared the Ordinary Meeting of Council resumed at 7.54pm.


 

 

7       Resolutions from Closed Meeting

The Chief Executive Officer read out the following resolutions made in the Closed Meeting of Council.

6.1     EOI - Loan Borrowings Confidential

TRIM Reference:        2020/709

RESOLVED - 20/143                                                                            Cr S Munro/Cr R Turner

That Council resolves:

1        That the loan funds be drawn from the National Australia Bank repaid in semi-annual instalments over 10 years.

2        That should the National Australia Bank be unable to furnish our request, the loan funds are drawn from NSW Treasury (T-Corp) to be repaid over ten years in quarterly instalments.

3        That an application be submitted under the NSW State Government’s – Low Cost Loan Initiative – Round three, for an interest rate subsidy.

4        That the Chief Executive Officer be authorised to execute relevant documents.

5        That approval be granted for use of the Council Seal on all relevant documents if required.

6        That necessary advice be supplied to the NSW Government on Council’s borrowings.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

 

6.2     Regional Express Request for Deferred Debtor

TRIM Reference:        2020/751

RESOLVED - 20/144                                                                           Cr J Whitton/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves to accept Regional Express returning to full advertised landing fees and charges.  In exchange Council will defer half of the current debt to be paid in full in the 2020/2021 financial year.

 

For: Cr Kidd, Cr Duffy, Cr Hamling, Cr McRae, Cr Mileto, Cr Munro, Cr Nugent, Cr Previtera, Cr Romano, Cr Taylor, Cr Turner, Cr Whitton

Against: Nil

Absent: Nil

The Meeting Closed at 7.57pm

 

This is Page Number 7 and the Final Page of the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Orange City Council held on 19 May 2020.

     


Council Meeting                                                                                                  2 June 2020

4       Notices of Motion/Notices of Rescission

4.1     Notice of Motion - Removal of No Fishing Sign, Ploughmans Creek Wetlands

RECORD NUMBER:       2020/850

 

 

I, CR Mario Previtera wish to move the following Notice of Motion at the Council Meeting of 2 June 2020:

 

Motion

That Council remove the recently installed No Fishing Sign at Ploughmans Creek Wetlands and once again allow fishing at the wetlands.

 

 

Background

Standard ‘blade’ signs that prohibited fishing have been in place since the construction of the wetlands some years ago.  The ‘new’ signage referred to is temporary/unofficial signage that was installed with orange bunting/fencing in the past two months.  The recent bunting was installed in an attempt to stop damage that was being caused to the edge of the wetland and the native aquatic grasses that were planted during community planting days.

 

Signed Cr Mario Previtera

STAFF COMMENT

The damage to the grassed edges was impacting on plant growth, amenity loss and causing erosion of the bank into the water.  This then seemed to encourage dog owners to swim dogs in the wetlands which is not permitted. 

If Council were of the mind to permit fishing within the Ploughman’s Wetlands, perhaps the approach could be formalised in a manner that permits access to some of the wetlands (eg. by a board walk extension and fishing wharf/deck) for fishing and restricts access to other regeneration areas.  Staff could investigate the possibility of obtaining funding from NSW Fisheries under the fishing licencing scheme in the same manner as the wharf at Lake Canobolas.

Financial Implications

At this stage, the financial implications are unknown and would require a report back to Council once funding options are identified.  The Lake Canobolas fishing platform was 100% funded through the licence scheme.

POLICY AND GOVERNANCE IMPLICATIONS

Nil

 

  


Council Meeting                                                                                                  2 June 2020

4.2     THIS ITEM WAS WITHDRAWN

          Notice of Motion - Removal of event camping in the resolution on Gosling Creek

RECORD NUMBER:       2020/851

 

 

I, CR Mario Previtera wish to move the following Notice of Motion at the Council Meeting of 2 June 2020:

 

Motion

That Council remove event camping in the resolution on Gosling Creek to allow the new resolution to read:

“Permit camping on the northern side of Gosling Creek within a designated area at times determined by Council so as not to conflict with events or activities and to permit event RV parking within established carparks at Gosling Creek”

 

 

 

Signed Cr Mario Previtera

STAFF COMMENT

At the Services Policy Committee meeting held on 4 September 2018, as an element of Council’s consideration of permitting recreational activities at Gosling Creek, Spring Creek Dam and Suma Park Dam Council exhibited a proposal to permit:

 

RESOLVED - 18/416                                                                        Cr M Previtera/Cr S Munro

That Council publicly exhibits, for a period of 28 days, proposals to:

1        Permit camping on the Southern side of Gosling Creek with access to amenities on the Northern Side of Gosling Creek;

2        Permit Camping on the Northern side of Gosling Creek within a designated area at times determined by Council so as not to conflict with events or activities;

3        Permit RV parking within established car parks at Gosling Creek;

4        Permit access to Spring Creek Dam for non-powered and electric boating, fishing but not camping;

5        Not permit land or water based activity at Suma Park; and

6        Report to Council following the public exhibition on the submissions received.

 

 


 

Following the conclusion of the exhibition period, Council received 133 submissions. These included:

·    120 submissions opposing the proposals for Gosling Creek;

·    9 submissions opposing the proposals for Gosling Creek and Spring Creek Dam; and

·    4 submissions supporting the proposals for Gosling Creek.

This report details the outcomes and provides copies of the submissions.

 

Following exhibition, the Sport and Recreation Policy Committee meeting held on 4 December 2018, resolved to adopt the resolution to:

RESOLVED - 18/542                                                                          Cr K Duffy/Cr M Previtera

1        That Council permit event camping on the northern side of Gosling Creek within a designated area at times determined by Orange City Council as not to conflict with events or activities.

2        That Council permit event RV parking within established carparks at Gosling Creek at times determined by Orange City Council as not to conflict with events or activities.

 

 

Council incorporated the amendments within the Plan of Management.

Financial Implications

Should works be required to support Camping on a more regular basis, a budget allocation will be required as no works are included in the draft budget.

POLICY AND GOVERNANCE IMPLICATIONS

Council will be required to exhibit a change to the Plan of Management, report responses received back to Council and have Council determine a final position.

Should Council choose to adopt the change the amended Plan of Management would then be required to be approved by the Minister.

 

 

Attachments

1          SPRC 4 December - Recreational Use - Report Following Public Exhibition, 2018/2649

 


                                                                                                                                  2 June 2020

Attachment 1      SPRC 4 December - Recreational Use - Report Following Public Exhibition

3.1     Recreational use of Gosling Creek, Spring Creek and Suma Park Dams - Report Following Public Exhibition

RECORD NUMBER:       2018/2649

AUTHOR:                       Scott Maunder, Director Community, Recreation and Cultural Services    

 

 


EXECUTIVE Summary

At its meeting of 4 September 2018 Council resolved to publicly exhibit proposals relating to the recreational use of Gosling Creek, Spring Creek Dam and Suma Park Dam.

Following the conclusion of the exhibition period Council received 133 submissions. These included:

·    120 submissions opposing the proposals for Gosling Creek;

·    9 submissions opposing the proposals for Gosling Creek and Spring Creek Dam; and

·    4 submissions supporting the proposals for Gosling Creek.

This report details the outcomes and provides copies of the submissions.

Link To Delivery/OPerational Plan

The recommendation in this report relates to the Delivery/Operational Plan strategy “2.1 Live - Identify and deliver sport and recreation facilities to service the community into the future”.

Financial Implications

Nil

Policy and Governance Implications

Nil

 


RecommendationS

That Council resolves to:

1        Not permit camping at Gosling Creek;

2        Not permit RV parking within established car parks at Gosling Creek;

3        Not permit land or water based activity at Suma Park; and

4        To commence the process to seek approval to permit access to Spring Creek Dam for non-powered and electric boating and fishing but not permit camping.

 

 



 

further considerations

The recommendation of this report has been assessed against Council’s other key risk categories and the following comments are provided:

 

 

 

Service Delivery

Drinking water quality, security of drinking water supply assets

 

Image and Reputation

Tourism/economic impacts

 

Environmental

Wildlife and wildlife habitat management, preservation of historic sites in the area, introduction of weeds or exotic plants, introduction of vermin and exotic animals, foreshore erosion, litter and heightened risk of bushfires

 

Health and Safety

Legal and public liability, water quality health risks to users

 

Stakeholders

Orange residents, external/regional users (including sporting clubs), Federal and State Government Approvals Authorities/Regulators

 

SUPPORTING INFORMATION

At its meeting of 15 May 2018 Council considered a report on the Gosling Creek, Spring Creek and Suma Park Dams containing the following recommendation:

 

Recommendation

That Council publicly exhibits, for a period of 28 days, proposals to:

1        Permit primitive camping on the southern side of Gosling Creek;

2        Permit access to Spring Creek Dam for non-powered and electric boating, fishing but not camping;

3        Not permit land or water based activity at Suma Park;

 

Council resolved that:

RESOLVED - 18/224                                                                          Cr K Duffy/Cr M Previtera

That Council defer this item for consideration at a Councillor Workshop.

 


 

A workshop was conducted to further consider the proposals. Following the conduct of the workshop, Council again considered the report on 4 September 2018 which included the following recommendations:

Recommendation

That Council publicly exhibits, for a period of 28 days, proposals to:

1        Permit camping on the Southern side of Gosling Creek with access to amenities on the Northern Side of Gosling Creek;

2        Permit Camping on the Northern side of Gosling Creek within a designated area at times determined by Council so as not to conflict with events or activities;

3        Permit RV parking within established car parks at Gosling Creek;

4        Permit access to Spring Creek Dam for non-powered and electric boating, fishing but not camping;

5        Not permit land or water based activity at Suma Park; and

6        Report to Council following the public exhibition on the submissions received.

 

 

Council did not amend the recommendations contained within the report and resolved that:

 

RESOLVED - 18/416                                                                        Cr M Previtera/Cr S Munro

That Council publicly exhibits, for a period of 28 days, proposals to:

1        Permit camping on the Southern side of Gosling Creek with access to amenities on the Northern Side of Gosling Creek;

2        Permit Camping on the Northern side of Gosling Creek within a designated area at times determined by Council so as not to conflict with events or activities;

3        Permit RV parking within established car parks at Gosling Creek;

4        Permit access to Spring Creek Dam for non-powered and electric boating, fishing but not camping;

5        Not permit land or water based activity at Suma Park; and

6        Report to Council following the public exhibition on the submissions received.

 

 

The proposals were exhibited and written comments were sought on the proposals.

 


 

During that period 129 objections were received including a petition of 20 persons detailing their objection with 4 submissions received supporting the proposals. A summary of the submissions follows:

 

Submission No

IC Number

Submitter/s' Name

Environmental

Safety

Out of Character

Suitable Elsewhere

Pollution

Anti-Social Behaviour

Insufficient Area

Financial Concerns

 

 

Against

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

IC18/21261

Ms Anne Salter

x

x

 

 

 

x

 

 

2

IC18/21172

Mr Stuart Smith

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

IC18/20719

Mr Cyril Smith

x

 

 

 

x

 

x

 

4

IC18/20702

M & L Tilston

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

5

IC18/20659

Ms Dorothy Arnold

x

 

 

 

 

x

 

 

6

IC18/20597

Mr Mark Root

 

 

 

x

 

x

 

 

7

IC18/20517

Ms Wendy Wiesener and Ross Doherty

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

8

IC18/20482

Mr Warren and Mrs Glenda Tedder

x

 

 

x

 

x

 

 

9

IC18/20459

Marc Kiho

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

10

IC18/20460

Ms Julie Maddison

x

 

 

 

x

x

 

 

11

IC18/20458

Ms Kathryn Bourke

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

12

IC18/20417

NSW Bird Atlassers Inc

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

IC18/20416

Ms Kate Ziegler

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

IC18/20415

Ms Katey Sutton

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

15

IC18/20413

Ms Ann Visman

x

 

 

x

 

x

 

x

16

IC18/20412

Mr Martin Gleeson

 

 

 

 

x

x

 

x

17

IC18/20410

Dr David Searle

x

x

x

 

x

 

 

 

18

IC18/20409

Mr Greg Michell

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

IC18/20407

Daroo Landcare Group

x

 

 

 

x

 

 

 

20

IC18/20406

Ms Dorothy Jones

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

21

IC18/20405

Ms Lorraine Milla

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22

IC18/20398

Ms Christine Carter

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23

IC18/20396

Ms Bridgette Evans

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

24

IC18/20392

Ms Sue Furze

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

IC18/20390

Robin Shepherd

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26

IC18/20389

Edward Furze

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

27

IC18/20378

Kinross Wolaroi School

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

28

IC18/20376

Peter Toedter

x

 

 

 

 

x

 

 

29

IC18/20371

Orange Field Naturalist

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

30

IC18/20370

Prue Wiesener

x

 

 

 

x

 

 

 

31

IC18/20369

Mr Anthony Cook

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

32

IC18/20367

Ms Jane Wiesener

x

x

x

 

x

x

 

 

33

IC18/20341

Bev and Nev Gibson

 

 

 

x

x

x

 

 

34

IC18/20340

Megan Goodwin

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

35

IC18/20339

Mr Robert Avenell

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

 

36

IC18/20338

Ms Kate Thornton

x

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

37

IC18/20337

Mr Phil Tudor

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

38

IC18/20336

Mr Dan Benton

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

39

IC18/20335

Ms Margaret Duguid

x

x

x

 

x

 

 

 

40

IC18/20334

Mr Steve Robinson

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

 

41

IC18/20328

Pat Austin

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

42

IC18/20327

Justin Pearce

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

43

IC18/20325

Kim Dale

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

44

IC18/20322

Mr Andrew Commins

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

45

IC18/20321

Mr Phil Smith

x

 

 

 

x

 

 

 

46

IC18/20310

Ms Jenna Austin

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

47

IC18/20308

Mr Harry Fardell

x

x

x

 

x

x

 

 

48

IC18/20307

Caroline Egan

x

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

49

IC18/20305

Melinda Smith

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

50

IC18/20304

Janet Martin

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

51

IC18/20302

Stephen Martin

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

52

IC18/20299

Andy Hardy

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

53

IC18/20297

Ray Dally

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

54

IC18/20289

Daphne Smith

x

x

 

x

 

x

 

 

55

IC18/20288

Michael Lockyer

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

56

IC18/20285

Richard and Amanda Walker

x

 

 

 

x

x

 

 

57

IC18/20284

Lisa Scamps

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

58

IC18/20283

Caroline Robertson

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

59

IC18/20281

Ken Dally

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

 

60

IC18/20279

Alison Dermody

x

 

 

x

x

x

 

 

61

IC18/20277

Elizabeth Carpenter

 

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

62

IC18/20276

Sally Wallace

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

63

IC18/20274

Renee Sunderland

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

64

IC18/20273

Audrey Brown

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

65

IC18/20272

Amy Sullivan

 

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

66

IC18/20270

Jo Keniry

x

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

67

IC18/20269

Jeremy Wallace

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

68

IC18/20248

Scott Wiesner

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

 

69

IC18/20243

Bernadette Robinson

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

70

IC18/20215

Judy Haling

x

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

71

IC18/20212

Nino Belmonte

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

72

IC18/20197

David and Bernadette Lamrock

x

 

 

x

x

 

 

 

73

IC18/20188

Daniel Hately

x

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

74

IC18/20187

Philippa Mitchell

x

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

75

IC18/20186

Judy Tarleton

x

x

 

x

x

x

 

 

76

IC18/20180

Dave Shearing

 

 

x

x

 

 

 

 

77

IC18/20144

Jill Mitchell

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

78

IC18/20112

Chris and Kerrie Blandford

 

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

79

IC18/20111

Simon Lun

 

x

 

x

x

 

 

 

80

IC18/20110

Kevin Pont

x

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

81

IC18/20108

Lloyd Mead

 

x

 

x

 

x

 

 

82

IC18/20099

Kerri Leadbette

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

83

IC18/20098

ECCO

x

 

x

x

 

 

 

 

84

IC18/20090

Jonathan Sangster

x

 

 

 

 

x

 

x

85

IC18/20089

Orange Field Naturalist and Conservation Society

x

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

86

IC18/20080

Jo Sangster

x

x

x

 

 

 

 

 

87

IC18/20075

Kathy Snowball

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

88

IC18/20073

Frances Young

x

 

x

x

 

 

 

 

89

IC18/20067

Mark Flanagan

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

IC18/20037

Kezz Brett

x

 

x

 

x

 

 

 

91

IC18/20015

Rod and Jacquie Smith

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

92

IC18/20013

Ray and Jan Rogers

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

93

IC18/20012

David Cooper

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

94

IC18/20011

Kristy Leadbetter

x

 

 

x

x

x

 

 

95

IC18/20010

Mitch Deacon

x

 

 

 

 

x

 

x

96

IC18/20009

Kel and Joan Regan

x

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

97

IC18/20008

Will Woods

x

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

98

IC18/20007

Catherine Schmich

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

99

IC18/20005

May El-Khoury

x

x

 

x

x

 

 

 

100

IC18/20003

Stephen Gross

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

101

IC18/20002

Julie Pont

x

x

 

 

x

 

x

 

102

IC18/19930

Lew and Val Randahl

x

x

x

 

 

 

 

 

103

IC18/19925

Robert and Daphne Smith

x

 

x

x

 

 

 

x

104

IC18/19831

Lee and Grace Cook

x

x

 

 

 

x

 

x

105

IC18/19830

Phillip and Margot Daniel

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

x

106

IC18/19814

Karen Dibley

x

 

 

x

x

x

 

 

107

IC18/19804

Melissa Ward

x

 

 

x

 

 

 

 

108

IC18/19670

Susan Saunders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

109

IC18/20388

Petition - 20 objections

x

x

x

x

x

 

 

x

 

Submissions for proposal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IC18/20093

Lynne and Brett Cole

IC18/20478

Mr David and Mrs Janelle Harris

IC18/20068

Ben Vaughan

IC18/20014

Bill and Lesley Brady

 

Included in the submissions were 9 objections to the proposal for Spring Creek Dam including those from Kinross Wolaroi School, ECCO and the Orange Field Naturalists. These submissions highlighted the potential impact on flora and the steps required to obtain approval.

However, given the current use by residents adjoining Spring Creek Dam and the activity of Kinross Wolaroi School, together with the current unregulated use by the general public, it is recommended that Council commence the process to permit activity as described in this report.

However, based on the identified risks and estimated costs contained within the report to Council on 4 September 2018, an assessment of the proposals, together with an assessment of the submissions received, it is my view that Council should:

1        Not permit camping at Gosling Creek;

2        Not permit RV parking within established car parks at Gosling Creek; and

3        Not permit land or water based activity at Suma Park.


Attachments

1          Submissions received 1-50 - Recreational use of Gosling Creek, Spring Creek Dam and Suma Park Dam, D18/63539

2          Submissions received 51-113 - Recreational use of Gosling Creek, Spring Creek Dam and Suma Park Dam, D18/63540

3          SPC 4 September 2018 Recreational use of Gosling Creek, Spring Creek and Suma Park Dams, 2018/2175

 

 


Council Meeting                                                                                                  2 June 2020

5       General Reports

5.1     Murray Darling Association Membership

RECORD NUMBER:       2020/754

AUTHOR:                       Ian Greenham, Director Technical Services    

 

 

EXECUTIVE Summary

At the Council meeting held on 17 December 2019, it was resolved that Council receive a report on joining the Murray Darling Association. This report outlines the cost and membership benefits involved with the Murray Darling Association.

Link To Delivery/OPerational Plan

The recommendation in this report relates to the Delivery/Operational Plan strategy “16.1 Collaborate - Work in partnership with other Councils, regional organisations and State and Federal Governments”.

Financial Implications

Nil

Policy and Governance Implications

Nil

 

Recommendation

That Orange City Council do not pay for membership in the Murray Darling Association.

 

further considerations

Consideration has been given to the recommendation’s impact on Council’s service delivery; image and reputation; political; environmental; health and safety; employees; stakeholders and project management; and no further implications or risks have been identified.

 

SUPPORTING INFORMATION

·    Cost for membership -

Local Government entity

$0.305 cents per head of population, capped at $6,681.82 (ex GST)

Under this pricing, the cap benefits councils with a population exceeding 21,900

Membership fees will be pro-rata, with a renewal date of 1 July.

·    The strategic plan on the website is out of date as it ended in 2019.

·    The newsletter can be subscribed to by non-members.

·    Minutes and reports are freely available on the website.

 

·    Benefit claim from the website -

Membership brochure 

The Murray Darling Association is a membership-based peak representative organisation representing local government and communities across the Murray Darling Basin.  Our purpose is to provide effective representation of local government and communities at state and federal level in the management of Basin resources by:

•     providing accurate, relevant and timely information,

•     facilitating informed debate, and

•     seeking to influence government policy

Membership of the Murray Darling Association is open to all local government and other entities within the Basin, and to individuals with an interest in ensuring a sustainable future for the Murray-Darling Basin. We welcome new members and their involvement in activities and meetings with us. 

·     Orange City Council Water team are currently actively involved in regional water projects.

 

DIRECTORS COMMENT

Council has previously been a member of the association but relinquished membership. We have found advocacy on water policy has been best achieved through a mix of direct representation and membership of other representative bodies such as the NSW Water Directorate and the Central JO.

If we were to join we would be represented by Region 10 Councils of which Forbes Mayor Cr Phyllis Miller is the current Region Chair.  The Council’s below are all within Region 10 and the Council’s in bold are those that are current financial members of the association:

 

Bathurst Regional Council      Bland Shire Council                          Blayney Shire Council

Bogan Shire Council               Bourke Shire Council                      Cabonne Council

Cobar Shire Council              Cowra Shire Council                        Dubbo Regional Council

Forbes Shire Council             Goulburn Mulwarra Council            Lachlan Shire Council

City of Lithgow Council          Mid-Western Regional Council       Muswellbrook Shire Council

Narromine Shire Council      Oberon Council                                Orange City Council     

Parkes Shire Council               Singleton Council                             Upper Hunter Shire Council

Upper Lachlan Shire Council  Warren City Council                       Warrumbungle Shire Council

 

 

  


Council Meeting                                                                                                  2 June 2020

 

 

5.2     Update on Outstanding Resolutions of Council including Questions Taken on Notice and Notices of Motions.

TRIM REFERENCE:        2020/532

AUTHOR:                       Samantha Freeman, Manager Corporate Governance    

 

 

EXECUTIVE Summary

Council previously received separate reports for Questions Taken on Notice, progress of Councillor Notices of Motions, and outstanding Council Resolutions. A list of updates on each of these are now provided together. Only matters requiring action to be taken are noted in this report including outstanding items from the start of the Council term. After completion, these items will be removed from this listing, however will be available for administrative purposes.

Link To Delivery/OPerational Plan

The recommendation in this report relates to the Delivery/Operational Plan strategy “17.1 Collaborate - Provide representative, responsible and accountable community governance”.

Financial Implications

Nil

Policy and Governance Implications

Nil

 

Recommendation

That the information provided in the report by the Manager Corporate Governance on Outstanding and Completed Notices of Motion, Questions of Notice and Matters arising be acknowledged.

 

further considerations

Consideration has been given to the recommendation’s impact on Council’s service delivery; image and reputation; political; environmental; health and safety; employees; stakeholders and project management; and no further implications or risks have been identified.

SUPPORTING INFORMATION

Attached is a listing of tasks requiring action or follow up by Council staff from the commencement of the Council term. This list identifies progress on decisions of Council, including Councillor Notices of Motion and Questions Taken on Notice. Upon completion, items will be noted as such and removed after production to Council.

 

Attachments

1          Overdue Resolutions from Council Meetings, 2019/2006

2          Completed Resolutions from Council Meetings (including Questions Taken on Notice etc) - Summary, 2019/937

 


Council Meeting                                                                                                                            2 June 2020

Attachment 1      Overdue Resolutions from Council Meetings

OUTSTANDING QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE/MATTERS ARISING FROM COUNCIL MEETINGS

 

 

Date of Meeting

Meeting

Questions on Notice/Matters Arising

Action Taken

To be completed

19-May-20

CCL

Cr Nugent requested a site visit of The Springs be held for all Councillors.

Visit to be arranged.

 

19-May-20

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Munro requested that the Chief Executive Officer follow up on where the extra parking at the Orange Health Services is up to.

Country club parking complete.
"Golf club parking not built."

 

19-May-20

CCL

In response to queries from Cr Hamling on the 1 June opening of regional NSW for travel again, Director Technical Services undertook to obtain an update from Qantas on its proposal to fly to Orange.

Obtaining update from Qantas.

 

12-May-20

SRPC

MATTER ARISING
Councillor Duffy requested a list be circulated to Councillors on the steps required to be taken by Council in order to remove the BMX track.

Steps involve a DA then contracted soil removal.

 

12-May-20

IPC

MATTER ARISING
Cr Munro requested a report be brought back to Council on the number of apprentices currently employed by Council and whether the number could be increased.

Report to be provided to 16 June 2020 meeting.

 

3-Mar-20

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested Council be provided an update on the
overhead bridge on Cecil Road.

Information to be provided.

 

4-Feb-20

IPC

Cr Whitton requested the traffic committee consider safety issues at the intersection of March Street and Lords Place.

Report to go to next City of Orange Traffic Committee meeting.

 

4-Feb-20

IPC

Cr Taylor requested the traffic committee consider an extension of parking times on Sale and Prince Street from 1 to 2 hours given the number of elderly persons that use the area.

Report to go to next City of Orange Traffic Committee meeting.

 

4-Feb-20

CCL

Cr McRae requested Councillors be provided with a briefing on the supply agreements with Cadia.

Currently being prepared.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3-Dec-19

IPC

Cr Taylor asked that sewer flows in Nathan Street being investigated and a permanent solution identified as it was occurring approximately every three months and was a significant issue for residents.

 Matter to be investigated.

 

3-Dec-19

SPC

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested a report on the Historical Society and where old photographs are up to and has Council identified storage areas for them.

20,000 key images copied. Accessible storage for digitised images currently being finalised.
Draft budget has $20,000 p.a.

 

8-Nov-19

IPC

QUESTION TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Romano requested information be provided on the availability of dedicated Councillor parking spaces at the Civic Centre.

Options being investigated as part of Old Williams project.

 

1-Oct-19

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Mileto requested that information be provided to Councillors on Council’s liability for damage from street trees.

Information provided to Manager for distribution to Councillors.

 

17-Sep-19

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested a report be brought to Council identifying the mechanisms available to address suitable locations in Orange for development of social housing.

Research into this matter underway as part of Local Housing Strategy (LHS) to consider options that take into account environmental and socio-economic factors. LHS on exhibition June 2020.

 

6-Aug-19

PDC

Cr Duffy requested a report be provided to Council regarding 62 Byng Street and Highland Heritage on the differences in Court determined DA costs versus original costs as well as the costs incurred from hearing the matters in Court.

Scheduled for Council Meeting of 17 December 2019.

 

2-Jul-19

IPC

QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Taylor requested information be provided regarding the ability to dredge or de-silt the city’s water supply dams and re-visit the use of Lucknow mine water as an emergency water supply.

Information provided.

 

4-Jun-19

EEDPC

QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Kidd requested an update on the current status of relationships and activities with the Sister Cities and also on any visits planned in the future.

Updates on the Sister Cities, including visits planned, were included in the Sisters Cities Community Committee meeting on 25 July 2019. As there was no quorum at that meeting, these updates could not go up to Council via the Employment and Economic Development Policy Committee.
Preliminary discussions on these requested updates and a review of Sister Cities has begun ahead of a full report to Council.

 

5-Mar-19

ESPC

MATTER ARISING
Cr Nugent requested a report be brought back to Council on examples of how other Councils protect trees and in particular the use of tree bonds.

Information to be provided.

 

 


 

 

Date of Meeting

Meeting

Resolution

Action Taken

To be completed

19-May-20

CCL

6.1 EOI - LOAN BORROWINGS CONFIDENTIAL
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/709
RESOLVED - 20/143  Cr S Munro/Cr R Turner

That Council resolves:
1 That the loan funds be drawn from the National Australia Bank repaid in semi-annual instalments over 10 years.
2 That should the National Australia Bank be unable to furnish our request, the loan funds are drawn from NSW Treasury (T-Corp) to be repaid over ten years in quarterly instalments.
3 That an application be submitted under the NSW State Government’s – Low Cost Loan Initiative – Round three, for an interest rate subsidy.
4 That the Chief Executive Officer be authorised to execute relevant documents.
5 That approval be granted for use of the Council Seal on all relevant documents if required.
6 That necessary advice be supplied to the NSW Government on Council’s borrowings.

Waiting on information from Planning NSW.

 

19-May-20

CCL

5.5 THE SPRINGS; AN ABORIGINAL AND NON-ABORIGINAL FRINGE CAMP LOCATED IN SOUTH ORANGE - CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PLANS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR THE SITE.                 2020/703
RESOLVED - 20/140  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Nugent

That Council resolves that The Springs; an Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Fringe Camp located in South Orange – Conservation Management Plans and Future Directions for the site be placed on public exhibition for community comment.

Placed on exhibition. Ends 22 June 2020.

 

19-May-20

CCL

5.4 HEALTH AND INNOVATION PRECINCT                 2019/2235
RESOLVED - 20/139  Cr S Munro/Cr S Nugent

That the draft Health and Innovation Precinct Masterplan be exhibited for 28 days.

Placed on exhibition closing 26 June 2020. Report will be presented back to Council.

 

12-May-20

CCL

6.2 LAND ACQUISITION - DEMOLITION
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/723
RESOLVED - 20/147  Cr S Nugent/Cr J Hamling

That Council resolves:
1 To enter into a Deed of Settlement for the purchase the property 12 Maxwell Avenue Orange.
2 To on-sell the property with any surplus funds following payment of all outstanding costs refunded to the registered proprietor.
3 That the Chief Executive Officer have the authority to negotiate the terms of the Deed of Settlement.
4 That the land be classified as Operational upon acquisition.

Demolition contractors engaged.

 

12-May-20

CCL

6.1 REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE - ORANGE UNITING CHURCH
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/695
RESOLVED - 20/146  Cr S Munro/Cr R Turner

That Council resolves:
1 That funding of $27,000 for Lighting to the Anson Street Uniting Church be funded from the FutureCity Project fund.
2 To place the proposed allocation of funds to Orange Uniting Church on public exhibition for a minimum of 28 days (in accordance with section 356 of the Local Government Act 1993).

On public exhibition. Ends 12 June.

 

7-Apr-20

CCL

6.1 LEASE HANGAR T ORANGE AIRPORT
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/482
RESOLVED - 20/107  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves:
1 To enter into a five year lease with four options of five years of Hangar Site T at Orange Airport with Orange Helicopters Pty Ltd commencing 7 April 2020.
2 That permission be granted to use the Council seal on all necessary documentation.

Lease is in the process of being prepared.

 

7-Apr-20

CCL

2.4 MAYORAL MINUTE - MOULDER PARK NETBALL COURTS
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/508
RESOLVED - 20/099  Cr S Nugent/Cr K Duffy

That Orange City Council investigate the possibility of developing a “playmat” (with roads, crossings, stop signs etc.) at the old Moulder Park netball courts.

Investigation underway.

 

7-Apr-20

CCL

2.3 MAYORAL MINUTE - INSURANCE FOR VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/507
RESOLVED - 20/098  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Nugent

That Council investigate the possibilities to lighten the financial burden of insurance for community groups that organise local events for community benefit either through fundraising or providing entertainment.

Progressing.

 

7-Apr-20

CCL

2.2 MAYORAL MINUTE - MAYORAL CENTROC AND CNSW JOINT ORGANISATION BOARD REPORT
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/502
RESOLVED - 20/097  Cr R Turner/Cr S Nugent

That the Mayoral Report from the Board meetings for Centroc and the Central NSW Joint Organisation Meeting held 27 February 2020 in Grenfell be noted; and
1 Council receive a report on its Sister City relationships with a view to fostering closer links to communities in western Sydney; and
2 Council provide advice to the JO on its position with regard to climate change and advice on programming being undertaken with a view to this being showcased.

1 - Progressing
2 - JO notified.

 

17-Mar-20

CCL

6.4 TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ORANGE REGIONAL GALLERY EXTENSION
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/462
RESOLVED - 20/094  Cr J Hamling/Cr J McRae

That Council resolves:
1 That Council declines to accept any tender for the Construction of the Orange Regional Gallery Extension F3020-8 as all tender submissions exceeded the available funds for this component of the project.
2 That Council not call fresh tenders as it may delay the project and impact upon the current funding milestones, possibly putting funding at risk.
3 That Council enters into negotiations with the two highest tender submissions being Renascent Regional Pty Ltd and North Construction and Building Pty Ltd with a view to revising the project scope and to identify innovative solutions and cost savings to deliver the project.
4 That Council explores additional funding that may be able to address any shortfall in the construction of the Orange Regional Gallery Extension.

Negotiations taking place and investigations into funding still being explored.

 

17-Mar-20

CCL

5.13 NAMING - CRICKET CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/464
RESOLVED - 20/088  Cr J Whitton/Cr J Hamling

That Council resolve:
1 That Council name the Cricket Centre of Excellence at Wade Park the Carl Sharpe Cricket Centre; and
2 That within the foyer of the Cricket Centre Orange, cricketers or administrators who have significantly contributed to this country or the region in cricket, will be documented through a photo portrait and text of their achievements.

Resolution noted.  Work commencing to collate information for display of foyer of Cricket Centre.

 

17-Mar-20

CCL

5.9 LEASE OF WENTWORTH PARK RESERVE TRUST
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/424
RESOLVED - 20/084  Cr R Turner/Cr S Munro

1 That Council resolve to agree to allow the surrender of the current lease of the Wentworth Park Reserve Trust to Wentworth Golf Club Ltd and simultaneously enter into a 21 year lease of the Wentworth Park Reserve Trust with Orange Ex-Services Club Limited on terms and conditions acceptable to Council.
2 That approval be granted for the use of the Council Seal on any necessary documentation if required.

Draft surrender documents developed and the matter is progressing.

 

17-Mar-20

CCL

5.5 TOWAC EQUINE PRECINCT - CONTRIBUTIONS PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/418
RESOLVED - 20/081  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Romano

That Council resolves to:
1 Endorse and adopt the contributions plan in relation to the Towac Equine Precinct subject to the Minister of Planning authorising a variation to the contributions cap.
2 Endorse and adopt the draft Development Control Plan provisions, to be known as chapter 6A of Orange DCP 2004.
3 Subject to the above, Council endorse the making of Orange Local Environmental Plan 2011 – Amendment 17 to establish the Towac Equine precinct and instruct staff to pursue finalisation of this matter with the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

With applicant.

 

17-Mar-20

CCL

5.4 LOCAL HOUSING STRATEGY
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/46
RESOLVED - 20/080  Cr S Nugent/Cr R Turner

That Council resolves to:
1 Note the Local Housing Strategy research report and Departmental guidelines.
2 To place the research phase material and departmental guidelines on exhibition for a period of 28 days seeking preliminary community feedback.
3 Prepare and present a draft strategy to Council for consideration before formal exhibition.
4 That the draft strategy be intended to address the housing needs of Orange residents through to 2036 including, but not limited to, all socioeconomic groups, age brackets and levels of mobility and independence.

Stages 1 and 2 complete. Public exhibition commenced.

 

17-Mar-20

CCL

4.2 NOTICE OF MOTION - AGED AND DISABLED
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/477
RESOLVED - 20/076  Cr S Romano/Cr S Nugent

That $5,000 be considered in Council’s 2020/2021 Delivery Operational Plan for the update of Council’s mobility map and that this be conducted together with the Future City Project.

Council is considering it in the budget. Not determined yet.

 

3-Mar-20

CCL

2.1 MAYORAL MINUTE - MARGARET STREET RAIL CROSSING
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/332
RESOLVED - 20/052  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro

That Council investigate the need to open the Margaret Street rail crossing permanently.

Investigation underway. Application is in to open March Street.

 

4-Feb-20

SRPC

RESOLVED - 20/019  Cr J Hamling/Cr G Taylor
Cr Hamling put a motion that a shelter at Brendon Sturgeon Oval be named after Harry Greenhalgh who lost his life in a tragic water skiing accident. Harry was a member of the Bloomfield Junior Rugby League Club.

Project still being completed.

 

4-Feb-20

CCL

6.3 SALE 3 TRAPPIT PLACE ORANGE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/113
RESOLVED - 20/040  Cr R Turner/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves:
1 That Council sell 3 Trappit Place Orange for the sum of $508,050 inclusive of GST.
2 That the proceeds be applied to the Land Development Reserve.
3 That permission be granted for the use of the Council Seal on any relevant documentation.

Option to purchase prepared and sent to purchaser. Waiting on reply.

 

4-Feb-20

CCL

6.1 AIRPORT SERVICE EXPANSION
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/55
RESOLVED - 20/038  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro

That Council finalise the agreement to expand services at the Orange Airport.

Negotiations on the Qantas agreement have been hampered by COVID 19 and service start date delayed.

 

4-Feb-20

CCL

5.4 DESILTING OF SPRING CREEK DAM
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/126
RESOLVED - 20/035  Cr K Duffy/Cr J Hamling
That; if a commercial case can be identified for approximately 150,000 m3 of silt, then Council seek approvals and plan for desilting of Spring Creek Dam.

Dam needs to be empty to be viable and no industry interest to date.

 

4-Feb-20

CCL

6.2 ACQUISITION OF LAND - CRITICAL WATER INFRASTRUCTURE
RESOLVED - 20/039  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Nugent

That Council resolves:
1 To acquire by compulsory acquisition the land being Lot 101 DP 857925 and known as 280 to 284 Phillip Street Orange (the Land) in accordance with the powers set out in Chapter 8, Part 1 of the Local Government Act 1993 for the purpose of carrying out its functions as described in this report.
2 To the making of an application to the Minister seeking approval of the Minister to Council giving a Proposed Acquisition Notice under the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991 with respect of the Land.
3 To the making of an application to the Minister requesting the Minister recommend to the Governor that approval be granted for the acquisition of the Land by publication of an Acquisition Notice in the NSW Government Gazette under the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991.
4 To affix the Common Seal of Council to any contract, agreement, document or other instrument as required in connection with the compulsory acquisition process for the Land including an agreement under section 30 of the Land Acquisition (Just Terms Compensation) Act 1991.
6 That the Chief Executive Officer be delegated authority to negotiate the terms of any contract, agreement, document or other instrument as required in connection with the compulsory acquisition process for the Land as set out in this report and to execute any such contract, agreement, document or other instrument that does not require the affixing of the Common Seal of Council.
7 To classify the land being acquired as operational for the purposes of the Local Government Act 1993(section 31).
8 That Council proceed with the necessary application to the Minister for Local Government and the Minister for Finance to approve a shorter negotiation period pursuant to S10A of the Land Acquisition (Just Terms) Act 1991 (NSW).
9 That Council proceed with an application to reduce the notice period pursuant to s13 of Land Acquisition (Just Terms) Act 1991 (NSW) to a period of 30 days.

Application currently waiting Minister's approval.

 

4-Feb-20

CCL

4.3 NOTICE OF MOTION - DEVELOPMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE STRATEGIC POLICY
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/105
RESOLVED - 20/031  Cr S Nugent/Cr J Hamling

That Council develop a strategic policy on Council’s future response to climate change including mitigation, adaption and risk management issues.

Currently developing this policy which will require extensive consultation and investigation. CEO confirmed June Deadline.

 

17-Dec-19

CCL

6.2 REQUEST TO WRITE OFF DEBT - LANDING FEES
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/2649
RESOLVED - 19/638  Cr S Munro/Cr S Romano

That Council resolves not to write off the debt for Debtor Account 150 008 804, and the Chief Executive Officer be authorised to agree on a satisfactory payment plan.

To be followed up.

 

17-Dec-19

CCL

6.3 REQUEST TO WRITE OFF DEBT - LANDING FEES (2)
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/2778
RESOLVED - 19/639  Cr S Nugent/Cr J Hamling

That Council resolves not to write off the debt for Debtor Account 150 008 083, and the Chief Executive Officer be authorised to agree on a satisfactory payment plan.

To be followed up.

 

3-Dec-19

CCL

6.2 TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SOUTHERN FEEDER ROAD STAGE 3
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/2493
RESOLVED - 19/619  Cr J Hamling/Cr K Duffy

1 That Council declines to accept any tender for the Construction of the Southern Feeder Road Stage 3 – F2993, as a result of all tender submissions exceeding the available funds for this component of the project.
2 That Council not call fresh tenders as it may delay the project and impact upon the current funding milestones, possibly putting funding at risk.
3 That Council enters into negotiations with BOST Civil Pty Ltd, Hamcon Civil Pty Ltd (MAAS) and Haslin Constructions Pty Ltd with a view to revising the project scope and to identify possible innovative solutions and cost savings to deliver the Southern Feeder Road Stage 3.
4 That Council explores additional funding that may be able to address any shortfall in the construction of the Southern Feeder Road Stage 3.

In negotiation with BOST, Hamcon and Haslin.
When negotiation complete, extra funding will be included in next budget.

 

3-Dec-19

SRPC

3.1 SPORTING PRECINCT
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/2646
RESOLVED - 19/594  Cr J Hamling/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves:
1 That should the land currently utilised by Orange Ex-Services Club under a lease agreement for the operation of the Bloomfield Golf Course become available, that this site is the preferred site for the construction of the $25 million Sporting Precinct;
2 That should the land currently utilised by Orange Ex-Services Club under a lease agreement for the operation of the Bloomfield Golf Course not be available, that Council confirms the Northern Distributor Site as the preferred location for the Sporting Precinct; and
3 That Council seek any approvals necessary to progress the development of the preferred site.

Meeting with NSW Government to secure funding.  Design progressing to enable accurate costing.  State to issue funding deed.

 

7-Nov-19

SRPC

2.1 BMX TRACK - ANZAC PARK                                       2019/1431
RESOLVED - 19/545  Cr S Nugent/Cr M Previtera

That Council resolves to:
1 Note the amended Master Plan for Anzac Park.
2 Demolish the existing BMX Track and level the residual soil to enable use as a green space.

Acknowledged.  DA being prepared for open space and quotations be sought for demolition of track.

 

7-Nov-19

CCL

4.2 NOTICE OF MOTION - BUSINESS RATES               2019/2383
RESOLVED - 19/557  Cr J McRae/Cr S Nugent

That a report be brought to Council on the levers available to Council to support Orange CBD businesses.

Draft currently being reviewed by CEO.

 

22-Oct-19

CCL

4.2 NOTICE OF MOTION - MITCHELL HIGHWAY PUBLIC RESERVE REZONING                                                                  2019/2222
RESOLVED - 19/511  Cr K Duffy/Cr G Taylor
That Council:
1 Seek rezoning of Lot 196  DP 1007290 from Public Reserve to Operational Land;
2 Seek Mitchell Highway (Molong Road) Access on Lot 196 DP 1007290.

Reclassification will be included in the next appropriate LEP amendment.

 

1-Oct-19

CCL

6.1 ASPHALT PLANT ORANGE                                         2019/1947
RESOLVED - 19/504  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro
1 That the report by the Manager of Corporate and Community Relations be acknowledged.
2 That Council continues to support the establishment of an asphalt plant in Orange when opportunities arise.
3 That discussion take place between the Chief Executive Officer, Director Technical Services, Cr R Kidd and Cr J Whitton.

Meeting to be scheduled.

 

1-Oct-19

CCL

4.2 NOTICE OF MOTION - AQUATIC CENTRE ADMISSION - HEALTH RELATED PASS                                                                       2019/2038
RESOLVED - 19/499  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent
That Orange City Council investigate a support program to accommodate disadvantaged persons that need to access the Aquatic Centre for health and rehabilitation purposes.

Report to be provided to Council.

 

20-Aug-19

CCL

5.6 ORANGE LEP AMENDMENT 17 - POST EXHIBITION REPORT
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/1511
RESOLVED - 19/412  Cr G Taylor/Cr J Whitton
1   That Council note the contents of this report and the submissions received from both the public and government agencies.
2   That Council advise the proponents of in-principle support for the LEP amendment subject to:
I.   The matter being deferred to allow the preparation, exhibition and adoption of a contributions plan in relation to the horse and rider underpass and separation fencing.
II.  The conceptual master plan being amended to provide separation fencing from the underpass to the Ring Road Arc in the west and the intersection of James Road and Pinnacle Road in the east.
3   That Council resolve to prepare an amendment to the Development Contributions Plan so as to ensure that the financial costs associated with the horse and rider underpass and associated separation fencing be at full cost to developers within the proposed Equine Precinct area.

4   That when prepared the Development Contributions Plan be placed on public exhibition for 28 days.

With applicant.

 

 

 

(continued)
5   That the draft DCP provisions be amended as follows:
I.  The minimum setback for stables in section 6.13.4 be changed to 20m, other than for secondary road frontages which is to be changed to 10m.
II.  The minimum stables setback in section 6.13.4 be required to include a 5m wide landscaped area along the boundary comprising trees that mature to between 4 – 8 metres planted densely and protected from grazing during establishment.
III.  The maximum stocking rate for horses in section 6.13.3 be changed to 1 horse per 4,000m2
IV.  The minimum paddock size for each horse in section 6.13.6 be changed to 3,000m2
6   That upon successful completion of the contributions plan, DCP and concept plan amendments the matter be reported back to Council for finalisation.

 

2-Apr-19

CCL

4.1 NOTICE OF MOTION - AWNING - MAX HAZELTON AERO CENTRE
TRIM REFERENCE 2019/608
RESOLVED - 19/219  Cr S Romano/Cr M Previtera

That Council resolves to approve:
1 the provision of assistance to the Orange Aero Club by applying for the DA and constructing an airside awning to the Max Hazelton Aero Centre patient transfer room.

DA exempt.  Work starting soon.

 

 


Council Meeting                                                                                                                            2 June 2020

Attachment 2      Completed Resolutions from Council Meetings (including Questions Taken on Notice etc) - Summary

COMPLETED

REGISTER – QUESTIONS ON NOTICE & MATTERS ARISING

As at March 2020

Date of Meeting

Meeting

QUESTIONS ON NOTICE/MATTERS ARISING

Action Taken/Comment 

STATUS

19 May 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING
In response to queries and comments from Cr Romano regarding the Gosling Creek camping site, the CEO indicated an update would be circulated to all Councillors with respect to the area.

Information emailed to Councillors 24 May 2020.

 

 

21 Apr 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING  
Cr Mileto requested information be circulated to Councillors on the uptake of the Vandalism Reporting Reward Scheme.

Email sent to Councillors 23 April 2020 advising there has not been any claims since 2015.
COMPLETE

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING   
Cr Romano asked how the indoor archery is progressing and has a Committee been formed. It was requested that a follow up be made regarding the formation of an Archery Committee. 

Contact has been made with the group – advised Canobolas Hunting Club has donated 4 Fibreglass Recurve bows and about 25 arrows to the new Club.
No meeting to date due to COVID restrictions.

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

MATTERS ARISING
Cr Nugent asked if the Scout Camp is still operating or available for hire as it is still on Council’s website for hire. Council will remove from website as renovations are still being carried out.

Website has been updated. COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Taylor requested that the watering times be updated on Council’s website now that Daylight Savings has ended.

Website has been updated. COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

Cr Nugent asked a question relating to jobseeker and jobkeeper payments. It was advised that a report would be provided on where Council is up to regarding payments and staff working from home and numbers etc.

Information circulated to Councillors.

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Taylor requested if Council could do a media update on changes in watering times for the upcoming end to daylight savings.

Updated. COMPLETE

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

QUESTION TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Munro requested a report on the process involved in creating a new dam in NSW.

Report issued. COMPLETE

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

QUESTION TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr McRae requested Council provide an updated report on investments in light of market changes.

Report issued. COMPLETE

 

3 Mar 2020

FPC

Cr Duffy requested information be made available to Councillors on the licence that Council purchased historically out of the Macquarie River.

Report went to Council on 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested Councillor’s be provided with information on the concept of the Drive Dirty campaign and also how much money had been raised.

Details circulated to Councillors by email on 19 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

CCL

Cr Taylor requested the report on uses of high pressure cleaners be available at the next Council Meeting.

Report went to Council on 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

CCL

MATTERS ARISING
Cr Romano requested the report on possible rebates for artificial turf during water restrictions also address the possibility of using artificial turf or other options on the museum roof and also explain the quantity of water that is used to maintain the current surface.

Report went to Council on 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

FPC

MATTERS ARISING
Cr McRae requested information be made publically available regarding the steps Council has taken in response to the drought to refute comments in local media that Council had been doing nothing.

Report issued. COMPLETE

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

Cr Taylor requested information be provided to Councillors clarifying the purpose for draining and refilling the duck pond in Cook Park as he considered there to be conflicting accounts between information reported in the CWD and information relayed by staff to Councillors.

Director Community, Recreation and Cultural Services sent an e-mail to Councillors advising of the process and frequency for cleaning out the duck ponds.

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

Cr Mileto requested a report be prepared on the possibility of a rebate for use of artificial turf during water restrictions.

Report went to Council on 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

MATTERS ARISING
Cr Taylor requested a report be provided to Councillors on the use of high pressure cleaners during water restrictions.

Report went to Council on 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

MATTERS ARISING
Cr Duffy requested a report be provided to Councillors regarding the 600 ML licence out of the Macquarie Pipeline.

Report went to Council on 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

Cr Taylor requested information be provided to Councillors clarifying the purpose for draining and refilling the duck pond in Cook Park as he considered there to be conflicting accounts between information reported in the CWD and information relayed by staff to Councillors.

Director Community, Recreation and Cultural Services sent an e-mail to Councillors advising of the process and frequency for cleaning out the duck ponds.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

Cr Taylor requested Councillors be provided with a report regarding the operational requirements for draining and cleaning the duck pond.

Report provided to Councillors via email.  COMPLETE

 

 

4 Feb 2020

IPC

Cr Duffy requested a letter be sent to the owners of the carpark near the cinema about the need to clearly mark disabled parking spots in that carpark.

Letter sent. COMPLETE.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

IPC

MATTERS ARISING
Cr Duffy requested a report to Council on whether Council could obtain an exemption from water restrictions for Cook Park and Robertson Park.

Report to Council meeting 17 March 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

4 Feb 2020

SRPC

MATTER ARISING
Cr McRae requested consideration be given to the Environmental Citizen of the Year award for next Australia Day.

Added into Australia Day Committee Action Plan 2021. No further action at this point 7.02.2020.
COMPLETE

 

4 Feb 2020

IPC

Cr Duffy requested that staff review the adequacy of Line Marking on Old Forbes Road.

 

Site meeting held with Mayor and concerned resident.  Survey works undertaken and determination made to mark centreline and hold line.  Work set out and awaiting linemarking. COMPLETE

 

14 Jan 2020

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested information be provided on whether the Aquatic Centre or pools are closed to the public on Monday or Tuesday night from 5.30pm for Squad Training or Thursday nights for water polo.

Information emailed to Councillors.

 

14 Jan 2020

CCL

QUESTION TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Romano requested information be provided on the Duck Droppings at the Aquatic Centre being transferred into the pools by patrons walking through them.

Information emailed to Councillors.

 

14 Jan 2020

CCL

QUESTION TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Nugent requested information be provided on watering of Trees and what is being done to maintain the Trees at Cook Park.

Report provided to Councillors via email.  COMPLETE

 

 

14 Jan 2020

CCL

QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Duffy requested information be provided on the following items relating to the Water Security of Orange:
1 What does Level 6 water restrictions contain?
2 What are the 12 projects in place?
3 How many megalitres have we extracted from the Macquarie Pipeline?
4 How much water do we have?
5 How much ‘sludge’ is in the dam?
6 When was the 32 megalitres application submitted to the Minister?
7 Can we answer more questions raised on Facebook?

Email sent to Councillors 29 January 2020.
COMPLETE

 

 

14 Jan 2020

CCL

Cr Romano requested information be provided on the following items relating to the Water Security of Orange:
1 What are the environmental flows and how much?
2 When did the environmental flows stop?

Email sent to Councillors 5 March 2020.

COMPLETE

 

14 Jan 2020

CCL

QUESTION TAKEN ON NOTICE

Cr Nugent requested information be provided on watering of Trees and what is being done to maintain the Trees at Cook Park.

Report provided to Councillors via email.  COMPLETE

 

                            

 

17 Dec 2019

 

CCL

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested an update on correspondence sent to State and Federal Governments to build more dams.

Letters to Prime Minister and NSW Premier completed and posted 19/12/19.

 

 

3 Dec 2019

IPC

MATTER ARISING
Cr Duffy requested information on the price of coloured LED lights in comparison to white LED lights installed for the festoon lighting.

                             

The warm white festoon light is approximately $2.50 per unit.  
The coloured version is approximately $8.00 per unit.
Importantly, all available lights were tested for their expected lifespan prior to installation. The only light that exhibited the ability to handle the expected environmental conditions was the warm white option. All others failed in a very short time frame and could not be considered for use in this type of installation.

 

3 Dec 2019

IPC

QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE
Cr Taylor requested details on the roundabout at Matthews Avenue and Hill Street whether the latest work was a sealing coat or a final coat. Cr Taylor also asked that the letter to residents be reviewed to ensure correct dates.

Final coat was applied.

 

3 Dec 2019

FPC

MATTER ARISING
That a letter be written to the Management of the Orange City Centre congratulating them on their recent parade for Santa’s arrival that was held on Saturday 30 November 2019.

Letter complete.

 

 

                                            

 

7 Nov 2019

IPC

MATTER ARISING
Cr Hamling requested a report be provided to Council on the ability to progress the Ploughmans Lane upgrade due to its current condition and that it is a main connection road between The Escort Way and Coronation Drive.

Complete.

 

 


 

COMPLETED

REGISTER – RESOLUTIONS & NOTICES OF MOTION

Date of Meeting

Meeting

Resolution

Action Taken/Comment 

STATUS

19 May 2020

CCL

6.2 REGIONAL EXPRESS REQUEST FOR DEFERRED DEBTOR
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/751
RESOLVED - 20/144  Cr J Whitton/Cr S Munro
That Council resolves to accept Regional Express returning to full advertised landing fees and charges.  In exchange Council will defer half of the current debt to be paid in full in the 2020/2021 financial year.

Email sent advising of resolution.

 

 

19 May 2020

CCL

5.6 CITY ENTRANCE SIGN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/755
RESOLVED - 20/141  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro
That Council resolves that staff bring a report back to the next Council meeting on the city entrance sign concept design that includes the recommendations from the Parks Trees and Waterways Committee

Report going to Council 2 June 2020.

 

12 May 2020

CCL

4.1 NOTICE OF MOTION - POLICY GUIDELINES FOR PROCUREMENT
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/682
RESOLVED - 20/142  Cr S Nugent/Cr J Hamling
That the Council write to the NSW Premier and Minister for Local Government to request that policy guidelines for procurement be relaxed to allow Orange City Council to award, where appropriate, all works to local suppliers.

Letters sent Monday 25 May 2020.

 

 

12 May 2020

SPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE AGEING AND ACCESS COMMUNITY COMMITTEE -
4 MARCH 2020                                                                       2020/696
RESOLVED - 20/140  Cr S Romano/Cr S Nugent
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Ageing and Access Community Committee at its meeting held on 4 March 2020.
2 That Council determine recommendations 3.1, 4.1 and 4.2 from the minutes of the Ageing and Access Community Committee meeting of 4 March 2020:
 3.1  (1) That Orange City Council investigate the development of a Missed Business brochure.
  (2) That Orange City Council investigate the establishment of an annual Access Award as a part of the Orange Business Awards.
 4.1 (1) That Orange City Council financially support the update of the Orange Mobility Map by providing $5,000 funding towards the project.
  (2) That Orange City Council promote the update of the Orange Mobility Map.
 4.2 (1) That the Choices at Home and Disability Services’ Continuous Improvement Register be reported on as a part of the Ageing and Access Community Committee Action Plan.
  (2) That the Ageing and Access Community Committee Action Plan be reviewed and updated.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Ageing and Access Community Committee at its meeting held on 4 March 2020 be adopted.
4 That the wording of recommendation 3.1 be reworded to make clearer to the public.

Actions in process of being completed.

 

12 May 2020

IPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE AIRPORT COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING -
26 FEBRUARY 2020                                                                            2020/438
RESOLVED - 20/133  Cr R Kidd/Cr J Hamling
That Council resolves to acknowledge the reports presented to the Airport Community Committee at its meeting of 26 February 2020.

Actions complete.

 

 

12 May 2020

ESPC

2.3 MINUTES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE – 14 FEBRUARY 2020
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/494
RESOLVED - 20/138  Cr S Nugent/Cr J McRae
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 14 February 2020.
2 That Council determine recommendations 3.3 and 3.5 from the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee meeting of 14 February 2020 being:
Item 3.3 Water Update
That Council’s Staff provide a short report summarising notes, ideas and suggestions from the community water forums which were held over January and February 2020
Item 3.5 Update Orange Transitioning to a Water Sensitive City
That the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee recommends to the Environmental Sustainability Policy Committee that council appoint staff necessary to engage with the Cooperative Research Centres Water Sensitive Cities to develop a strategy to compile information for preliminary report, Orange transition to a Water Sensitive City, to be completed for presentation to Orange City Council for consideration.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 14 February 2020 be adopted.

Resolution progressing.

 

12 May 2020

ESPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 13 DECEMBER 2019
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/496
RESOLVED - 20/137  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 13 December 2019.
2 That Council determine recommendations 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.5 from the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee meeting of 13 December 2019.
Item 4.1 Water Priority Project Team Update
That the Committee request Council staff investigate the idea of “Permanent Water Saving Rules” to ‘replace’ Levels 1 and 2 Water Restrictions in Orange and report back to the Committee with their findings
Item 4.2 Energy Priority Project Team Update
That a congratulations be extended to Council staff involved with the Chiller project on behalf of the Committee.
Item 4.3 Waste Update
That the Plastics (Waste) Priority Projects Team and Council’s Manager Waste Services and Technical Support investigate the feasibility of engaging with TerraCycle in Orange, including budget requirements.
Item 4.5 Plastics Priority Project Team Update
1. That Council investigate the cost and potential locations for 6 to 10 additional water bottle filling stations in the CBD and other areas in the city with high pedestrian traffic.
2. That Council investigate the feasibility of installing a soft plastics and “Lids for Kids” collection point in a central, publically accessible location in Orange.

3. That Council research the NZ and ACT Models for single-use plastic bag bans, as well as one at Council level and report back to the Environmental Sustainability Committee in the first half of 2020.
4. That Council establish an inter-disciplinary team to plan for an expanded involvement in the 2020 Plastic Free July Event.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 13 December 2019 be adopted.

 

Resolution progressing.

 

12 May 2020

ESPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE PARKS, TREES AND WATERWAYS COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 20 NOVEMBER 2019
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/382
RESOLVED - 20/136  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Parks, Trees and Waterways Community Committee at its meeting held on 20 November 2019.
2 That Council resolve recommendations 3.1 and 4.1 and note 3.2 from the minutes of the Parks, Trees and Waterways Community Committee meeting of 20 November 2019.
3.1 Items For Discussion
1 Organise a walk around Cook Park and a workshop to examine Masterplan
2  Assess the list of parks for tree planting and conduct a site inspection of parks on a Sunday, in early 2020.
 3.2 Entrance Signs
1 Agreed that the Mitchell Highway and Molong Road entrance signs are a priority.
2     Agreed on the Tallangatta example for the entrance signs.
 4.1 Parks, Trees And Waterways Community Committee Action Plan
1 That the Parks, Trees and Waterways Community Committee Action Plan be reviewed and priorities determined.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Parks, Trees and Waterways Community Committee at its meeting held on 20 November 2019 be adopted.

Report on welcome signs going to Council on 2 June 2020.
Resolution in process of being actioned.

 

 

12 May 2020

PDC

2.3 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 89/2020 - 21 MARCH STREET
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/658
RESOLVED - 20/129  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro

That Council resolves to consent to development application DA 89/2020(1) for Dwelling Alterations and Additions (carport) at Lot A DP 152856 - 21 March Street, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of approval issued. COMPLETE

 

 

12 May 2020

PDC

2.2 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 417/2019(1) - 1 HAMPDEN AVENUE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/612
RESOLVED - 20/128  Cr R Kidd/Cr J Hamling

That Council resolves to consent to development application DA 417/2019(1) for Residential Flat Building at Lot 1 DP 770447 – 1 Hampden Avenue, Lot 1 DP 111535 – 261 Lords Place, Lot 1 DP 195511 – 259 Lords Place and Lot 1 DP 114618 pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of approval issued. COMPLETE

 

 

12 May 2020

PDC

2.5 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 5/2020(1) - LOT 72 CARWOOLA DRIVE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/705
RESOLVED - 20/131  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro

That Council consents to development application DA 5/2020(1) for Subdivision (11 lot residential) at Lot 72 DP 1251988 - Carwoola Drive, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of approval issued. COMPLETE

 

 

12 May 2020

PDC

2.4 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 58/2020(1) - 30 MOONSTONE DRIVE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/666
RESOLVED - 20/130  Cr S Munro/Cr M Previtera

That Council resolves to consent to development application DA 58/2020(1) for Dual Occupancy (change of use from secondary dwelling) and Subdivision (two lot residential) at Lot 406 DP1159176, 30 Moonstone Drive, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Determination.

Notice of determination issued. COMPLETE

 

 

12 May 2020

EEDPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY COMMITTEE HELD 12 FEBRUARY 2020                                                   2020/680
RESOLVED - 20/113  Cr S Nugent/Cr S Munro
That That Council resolves to:
1 Acknowledge the presentations to the Economic Development Community Committee at its meeting held on 12 February 2020 and;
2 That the minutes of the Economic Development Community Committee of 12 February 2020 be adopted.

Actions completed.

 

 

12 May 2020

SPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY AND CRIME PREVENTION COMMITTEE HELD ON 24 FEBRUARY 2020                 2020/480
RESOLVED - 20/139  Cr J Hamling/Cr S Romano
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Community Safety & Crime Prevention Committee at its meeting held on 24 February 2020.
2 That the remainder of the minutes of the Community Safety & Crime Prevention Committee at its meeting held on 24 February 2020 be adopted.

Actions completed.

 

 

12 May 2020

SPC

2.3 MINUTES OF THE SPRING HILL COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING - 11 MARCH 2020                                                                           2020/520
RESOLVED - 20/141  Cr K Duffy/Cr J McRae
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Spring Hill Community Committee at its meeting held on 11 March 2020.
2 That Council determine recommendations 3.1, 4.1, 4.2, from the minutes of the Spring Hill Community Committee meeting of 11 March 2020:
3.1 1 That the update on Dump Points be acknowledged;
2 That investigations take place into additional appropriate locations for a dump point
4.1   1 That the report on enforcement of speed limits be acknowledged.
2 That correspondence be forwarded to Road and Maritime Services requesting consideration for mobile speed cameras to be deployed to Spring Hill.
3 That correspondence be forwarded to the Roads and Safety Officer requesting assistance with obtaining speed indication signage.
4.2 1 That the report on Additional Lease of Land be acknowledged.
2 That the estimated cost of $10,000 be considered as part of the Spring Hill budget considerations.

3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Spring Hill Community Committee at its meeting held on 11 March 2020 be adopted with an amendment to remove Cr Munro as being in attendance at the meeting.

Actions completed.

 

12 May 2020

CCL

2.1 SHOWGROUND COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING - 4 MARCH 2020
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/526
RESOLVED - 20/113  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro
That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Orange Showground Community Committee at its meeting held on 4 March 2020.

Actions completed.

 

 

 

12 May 2020

CCL

5.1 ELECTION OF CHAIRPERSON - FINANCE POLICY COMMITTEE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/678
RESOLVED - 20/143  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Romano
That Councillor Jeff Whitton be elected as Chairperson of the Finance Policy Committee Meeting.

All necessary action taken. COMPLETE

 

12 May 2020

CCL

5.2 DRAFT DELIVERY PROGRAM 2018/2019 TO 2020/2021 AND OPERATIONAL PLAN 2020/2021 (YEAR 3 OF THE CURRENT DELIVERY PROGRAM)
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/685
RESOLVED - 20/144  Cr J Hamling/Cr S Nugent
That Council resolves:
1 To place the draft Operational Plan 2020/2021 and draft Budget 2020/2021 (including draft Statement of Revenue Policy 2020/2021 and draft Fees and Charges 2020/2021) and updated draft resourcing strategies Long Term Financial Plan 2020/2021 to 2029/2030 and Workforce Management Plan 2020/2021 to 2023/2024 on public exhibition for a minimum of 28 days.

Placed on public exhibition. Ends 10 June 2020. Report to go back to Council.

 

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

6.2 2019 THIRD AND FOURTH AND 2020 FIRST QUARTER WATER CONSUMPTION CHARGES - 131A MARCH STREET, ORANGE       2020/610
RESOLVED - 20/125  Cr R Turner/Cr S Nugent
That Council resolves to:
1 Reduce the total water consumption of $1,199.21 over the three billing periods by 40 per cent for ratepayers not eligible for a pension rebate and a credit of $479.68 be applied to each of nine assessments, a total of $4,317.12.
2 Reduce the total water consumption of $1,199.21 over the three billing periods pro-rata to previous consumption for ratepayers eligible for a pension rebate and a credit of $938.93 be applied to each of the remaining five assessments, a total of $4,694.65.

Action complete.

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

6.1 ADJUSTMENT OF WASTE DISPOSAL CHARGES DUE TO QUOTING DISCREPANCY                                                                        2020/254
RESOLVED - 20/124  Cr R Turner/Cr K Duffy
That Council adopt the adjustment of Debtors Account No 6196.90, Invoice 63553 for waste depot charges from $334.00/tonne to $154.75/tonne due to a quoting discrepancy. The total adjustment is $12,766.19.

COMPLETE

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

5.8 DRAFT DELIVERY PROGRAM 2018/2019 TO 2020/2021 AND OPERATIONAL PLAN 2020/2021 (YEAR 3 OF THE CURRENT DELIVERY PROGRAM)
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/646
RESOLVED - 20/122  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Romano
That Council resolves to defer consideration of the matter to the next Council Meeting to give Councillors a further opportunity to raise questions with staff and consider further.

Deferred to Council Meeting 12 May 2020.

 

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

5.7 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 18/2020(1) - 1185 PINNACLE ROAD
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/613
RESOLVED - 20/121  Cr R Turner/Cr T Mileto
That Council consents to development application DA 18/2020(1) for Demolition (existing packing shed) and Agricultural Produce Industry (new packing shed) at Lot 1 DP 543928 - 1185 Pinnacle Road, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of approval issued. COMPLETE

 

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

5.6 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 108/2020(1) - 270 MCLACHLAN STREET
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/611
RESOLVED - 20/120  Cr R Turner/Cr S Nugent
That Council consents to development application DA 108/2020 (1) for Depot (storage shed) at 270 McLachlan Street, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of approval issued. COMPLETE

 

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

5.5 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 259/2019(1) - 448 THE ESCORT WAY
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/605
RESOLVED - 20/119  Cr R Turner/Cr K Duffy
That Council consents to development application DA 259/2019(1) for Subdivision (37 lot residential and one (1) drainage reserve) at Lot 3 DP 1036031 - 448 The Escort Way, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of approval issued. COMPLETE

 

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

5.4 BANJO PATERSON MEMORIAL PARK - HERITAGE LANDSCAPE PLAN, REPORT FOLLOWING PUBLIC EXHIBITION PERIOD
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/562
RESOLVED - 20/118  Cr S Munro/Cr S Nugent
That Council resolves:
1 That the report on Banjo Paterson Memorial Park – Heritage Landscape Plan – Report Following Public Exhibition be acknowledged.
2 To endorse The Banjo Paterson Memorial Park – Heritage Landscape Plan.
3 That cost estimates be sought for Stage 2 components of the Heritage Landscape Plan and that funding be sought to complete the project.

Actions carried out. COMPLETE

 

 

21 Apr

2020

CCL

5.3 STRATEGIC POLICY REVIEW                                                   2020/441
RESOLVED - 20/117  Cr S Munro/Cr S Nugent
That Council resolves to adopt the following policies:
• ST100 – Vandalism Reporting Reward Scheme
• ST029 – Donations and Grants
• ST144 – Event Sponsorship Program
• ST088 – Fraud and Corruption Prevention

Policies have been updated on Council's website. COMPLETE.

 

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

5.1 COUNCIL REPONSE TO COVID-19                                        2020/567
RESOLVED - 20/101  Cr K Duffy/Cr R Turner
1 That the report on Covid-19 by the Chief Executive Officer be noted.
2 That Council not allow the Farmers Markets to be held on Council land.

Farmers Market notified.
COMPLETE

 

 

 

7 Apr

2020

CCL

5.5 BLAYNEY CABONNE ORANGE (BCO) SUB-REGIONAL RURAL AND INDUSTRIAL LAND STRATEGY                                                      2020/405
RESOLVED - 20/105  Cr K Duffy/Cr R Turner
That Council defer the exhibition of the Draft Sub-Regional Rural and Industrial Lands Strategy for 6 months.

DPIE, Cabonne and Blayney notified.
COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

5.4 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 332/2018(1) - 345 CLERGATE ROAD, ORANGE                                                                                   2020/437
RESOLVED - 20/104  Cr S Munro/Cr R Turner
That Council consents to development application DA 332/2018(1) for General Industry (new industrial buildings, and additions and alterations to existing building) at Lot 62 Pce SC DP 559515 - 345 Clergate Road, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Notice of Approval issued.
COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr

2020

CCL

5.3 REQUESTS FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE - QUARTER 4 OF 2019/2020 - SMALL DONATIONS PROGRAM                                                  2020/493
RESOLVED - 20/104  Cr G Taylor/Cr J Whitton
That Council resolves:
1 That a donation of $2,000.00 be made from the Small Donations Program to the St Vincent de Paul Society (Providing Care and Support Services for vulnerable people).
2 That the $10,000 unexpended funds from the Harness Racing Club be allocated to the Wood Bank.

$10,000 transferred to Wood Bank.
Email sent to St Vincent de Paul advising of Council's approval of $2,000 donation.
COMPLETE

 

 

 

7 Apr

2020

CCL

6.2 NETWASTE TENDER FOR COLLECTION AND RECYCLING OF WASTE TYRES
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/506
RESOLVED - 20/108  Cr S Nugent/Cr S Romano
That Council resolves:
1   That Council confirms its acceptance and involvement in the NetWaste regional contract with JLW Services Pty Ltd for the Collection and Recycling of Waste Tyres.
2 That Council indicates its preference for collection and recycling of waste tyres from its waste facility based on the Cage Rate tendered by JLW Services Pty Ltd.

NetWaste advised of Council resolution on 8/4/2020. Awaiting contract to sign with contractor from NetWaste.
COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr

2020

CCL

6.3 REGIONAL EXPRESS REQUEST FOR REDUCTION IN LANDING FEES
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/568
RESOLVED - 20/109  Cr R Turner/Cr J McRae
That Council resolves to support the request from Regional Express to reduce landing charges from 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020 to maintain the air service from Orange that is supporting essential travel services.

Rex notified.
COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr

2020

CCL

6.4 FLY CORPORATE - REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE               2020/569
RESOLVED - 20/110  Cr R Turner/Cr J McRae
That Council resolve to acknowledge the hardship experienced by Fly Corporate and authorises the Chief Executive Officer to negotiate incentives for the recommencement of air services to Brisbane and Melbourne from Orange once the current restrictions on travel end.

Fly Corporate notified.
COMPLETE

 

 

7 Apr 2020

CCL

6.5 IMPACTS AND POTENTIAL RELIEF ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/591
RESOLVED - 20/111  Cr K Duffy/Cr J Whitton
That Council resolves:
1 That the report be acknowledged;
2 That Council waive rental on Council owned commercial properties for the period 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020;
3 Interest on outstanding rates be waived for the period 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020; and
4 Council encourages business property owners, where possible, to waive or defer rent for the period 1 April 2020 to 30 June 2020.

Letters sent to eligible tenants.
COMPLETE

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

4.1 NOTICE OF MOTION - EARTH HOUR 2020                                     2020/444
RESOLVED - 20/075  Cr S Nugent/Cr S Munro
That Council observe Earth Hour on 28 March 2020 at 8.30pm by turning off public lighting as appropriate based on advice from staff.

Festoon lights and fairy lights in Summer Street were switched off on 28 March.
COMPLETE

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

5.3 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 347/2019(1) - LOTS 1 AND 2 MITCHELL HIGHWAY (JOHN DAVIS MOTORS)                                            2020/171
RESOLVED - 20/079  Cr K Duffy/Cr G Taylor
That Council consents to development application DA 347/2019(1) for Vehicle Sales or Hire Premises (change of use and alterations to existing building) and Business Identification Signage at Lot 1 and 2 DP 270204 - Mitchell Highway, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Development Consent issued.
COMPLETE

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

5.7 ORANGE HARNESS RACING CLUB - FUNDING AGREEMENT  2020/440
RESOLVED - 20/082  Cr R Turner/Cr S Munro
That Council resolves:
1 That the report by the Manager of Corporate and Community Relations be acknowledged.
2 That the second funding instalment payment of $10,000 plus GST for the 2019/2020 financial year be cancelled.
3 That approval be granted for the use of the Council Seal on any necessary documentation if required.

Resolution complete.

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

5.8 NATIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY - ORANGE CITY COUNCIL MOTIONS 2020
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/406
RESOLVED - 20/083  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro
That Council agree to the motion regarding the establishment of more water storage dams in NSW being submitted to the National General Assembly 2020.

Motion submitted to be considered at ALGA June Board Meeting. No further action required. COMPLETE

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

5.14 STRATEGIC POLICY REVIEW                                                2020/100
RESOLVED - 20/089  Cr J Whitton/Cr R Turner
That Council resolves to:
1 Adopt the following policies:
• ST107 – Outdoor Dining Areas
• ST114 – Whiteway Lighting
• ST142 – Events on Council Owned/Managed Land
• ST143 – Event Cancellation
• ST083 – Access to Information Held By Council

Policies updated on intranet and Council website. COMPLETE

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

5.15 DELEGATIONS                                                                           2020/504
RESOLVED - 20/074  Cr J Hamling/Cr S Nugent
That Council resolves:
During the period 18 March 2020 until such time as Council revokes this resolution, Council delegate its function to determine development applications and planning matters, with the exception of matters that cannot be delegated under the Local Government Act 1993 or the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, in circumstances where it is unreasonable to defer consideration of the matter, to the Mayor, Chairperson of the Planning and Development Committee, and the Chief Executive Officer (so that the Chief Executive Officer and either the Mayor OR the Chairperson of the Planning and Development Committee, are available to determine matters).

Delegations Register to be updated to correlate with Adopted register.

 

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

6.1 WRITE OFF BAD DEBT >$5,000.00 REDMOND PLACE HANGAR
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/156
RESOLVED - 20/091  Cr K Duffy/Cr R Turner
That Council adopt the bad debt write off for Debtor Account 5815.72 in the sum of $10,725.00.

COMPLETE

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

6.2 2019 WATER CONSUMPTION CHARGES - 3 CARWOOLA DRIVE, ORANGE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/167
RESOLVED - 20/092  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro
That Council resolves to reduce on a pro-rata basis to previous consumption history the February 2019 quarter water consumption charge of $9,774.00 to $1,112.40, the May 2019 quarter water consumption charge of $7,981.20 to $1,177.20, the August 2019  quarter water consumption charge of $2,104.15 to $975.80 and the November 2019 quarter water consumption charge of $3,299.70 to $455.70. The total write off is therefore $19,437.95.

COMPLETE

 

17 Mar 2020

CCL

6.3 LEASE OF HANGAR SITE J ORANGE AIRPORT                              2020/386
RESOLVED - 20/093  Cr J Hamling/Cr S Nugent
1 That Council enter into a lease of Hangar Site J for a term of five years with one five year option.
2 That approval be granted for the use of the Council Seal on any necessary documentation if required.

Lease finalised.
COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

CCL

5.1 REGISTER OF DELEGATIONS                                                               2019/2423
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/2423
RESOLVED - 20/069  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent
That the Register of Delegations, as amended in February 2020, be adopted.

Delegations Register to be updated to correlate with Adopted register. COMPLETE

 

                               

 

3 Mar 2020

CCL

5.2 STRATEGIC POLICY REVIEW                                                                2020/342
RESOLVED - 20/070  Cr K Duffy/Cr S Munro
That Council resolves to place the following policies on public exhibition for a period of 28 days:
• ST100 – Vandalism Reporting Reward Scheme
• ST029 – Donations and Grants
• ST144 – Event Sponsorship Program
• ST088 – Fraud and Corruption Prevention

Was on public exhibition until 3 April 2020. Report going to Council on 21 April 2020.
COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

CCL

2.2 MAYORAL MINUTE - MONUMENT - MAX STEWART               2020/339
RESOLVED - 20/053  Cr J Whitton/Cr G Taylor
That the Gnoo Blas Classic Car Club Inc, in conjunction with Orange City Council, establish a working group to raise funding to have a suitable monument to acknowledge Max Stewart (of Orange).

Letter sent to Gnoo Blas Classic Car Club offering to assist with project.  COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

FDC

2.1 AUDIT AND RISK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING OF 14 FEBRUARY 2020                                                                                                        2020/313
RESOLVED - 20/063  Cr J Whitton/Cr K Duffy
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Audit and Risk Management Committee at its meeting held on 14 February 2020.
2 That the remainder of the minutes of the Audit and Risk Management Committee at its meeting held on 14 February 2020 be adopted.
3 That Council acknowledge the Audit and Risk Management Committee Annual Report for the Year ended 31 December 2019.

Actions noted. COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

FDC

RESOLVED - 20/064  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent
That Mr Shephard Shambira be thanked for all his work as Council’s Internal Auditor.

COMPLETE

 

3 Mar 2020

PDC

2.3 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 34/2020(1) - 1521 FOREST ROAD (PRIVATE HOSPITAL FITOUT - MEDICAL WARDS)                2020/296
RESOLVED - 20/058  Cr R Kidd/Cr K Duffy
That Council consents to development application DA 34/2020(1) for Hospital (fitout works relating to existing building: medical wards and associated support areas and facilities - Level 3) at Lot 1 DP 1258217 - 1521 Forest Road, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

DA approved at the PDC Meeting on 3 March 2020.  Notice of Approval issued.
COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

PDC

2.2 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 33/2020(1) - 1521 FOREST ROAD (PRIVATE HOSPITAL FITOUT - OPERATING THEATRES)      2020/295
RESOLVED - 20/057  Cr R Kidd/Cr K Duffy
That Council consents to development application DA 33/2020(1) for Hospital (fitout works relating to existing building: operating theatres, associated support areas and facilities - Level 4, Ground Level and Rooftop) at Lot 1 DP 1258217 - 1521 Forest Road, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

DA approved at the PDC Meeting on 3 March 2020.  Notice of Approval issued.
COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

PDC

2.4 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION DA 304/2016(5) - 132 KITE STREET
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/324
RESOLVED - 20/059  Cr S Nugent/Cr T Mileto

That Council modifies DA 304/2016(4) for Demolition, Hotel or Motel Accommodation, Restaurant or Cafe, Retail Premises and Subdivision (44 lot Strata) at Lot 200 DP 1225088 - 132 Kite Street, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval with the deletion of Condition 20.

Development Consent issued as per the resolution.
COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

SPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE NAIDOC COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 6 FEBRUARY 2020                                                                                           2020/331
RESOLVED - 20/067  Cr S Nugent/Cr R Kidd
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the NAIDOC Week Community Committee at its meeting held on 6 February 2020.
2 That the remainder of the minutes of the NAIDOC Week Community Committee at its meeting held on 6 February 2020 be adopted.

Minutes of the NAIDOC Committee Actioned.  COMPLETE

 

 

3 Mar 2020

SPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE CLIFTON GROVE COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING – 29 JANUARY 2020                                                                 2020/316
RESOLVED - 20/066  Cr R Turner/Cr J McRae

1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Clifton Grove Community Committee at its meeting held on 29 January 2020.
2 That Council determine recommendations 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.6, 3.7 and 4.1 from the minutes of the Clifton Grove Community Committee meeting of 29 January 2020:
3.2 That the concept for the conduct of a car boot sale to be run by Clifton Grove community group be supported.
That Council provide advice on insurance if a casual booking is made for the conduct of the event.
3.3  That at the next Weeds and Information Day:
I. Develop an Agenda on what to include/not include
II. Combine with another event
III. Include something fun at the same event
IV. Include gardening information in the event
V. Improve promotion
VI. Be held in conjunction with Car Boot Sale.
3.4 That the Council’s barb wire fence located at Coolabah gates be replaced with plain wire on the top fence wire.
3.6  That:
I. The nominated committee member manage the Clifton Grove Facebook communication page.
II. Investigations take place into ways to mail newsletters.
III. Terms of use for notice board be developed and included on notice board.
3.7  That:
I. A variable message board and traffic counter be installed.
II. That driver etiquette be included in newsletter and Facebook page.

 

Actioned - No further Committee meeting until at least May as per CEO instruction.  Contact with Committee being made via email.
COMPLETE

 

 

 

 

(continued)

"3.8  That:

I. The staff at Orange City Council be thanked for the works completed on Banjo Paterson Way

II. Feedback be provided on two intersections at Clifton Grove

4.1  That:

I. The report on Clifton Grove Community Committee Membership be   acknowledged.

II. The Clifton Grove Community Committee Charter be amended to reflect changes to Committee Membership as follows:

 Membership

• Up to ten community-representatives

• Representative from Rural Fire Service

• Representative from Riding for Disabled

3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Clifton Grove Community Committee at its meeting held on 29 January 2020 be adopted."

 

 

3 Mar 2020

SPC

2.3 MINUTES OF THE ORANGE HEALTH LIAISON COMMITTEE MEETING HELD 11 FEBRUARY 2020                                                                           2020/318
RESOLVED - 20/068  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent

1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Orange Health Liaison Committee at its meeting held on 11 February 2020.
2 That Council determine recommendations 3.2 from the minutes of the Orange Health Liaison Committee meeting of 11 February 2020:
1 That the overview of the Orange LGA Health Snapshot be acknowledged
2 That Associate Professor Catherine Hawke provide a presentation at the next meeting regarding key determinants of health in Orange.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Orange Health Liaison Committee at its meeting held on 11 February 2020 be adopted.

Actioned - No further Committee meeting until at least May as per CEO instruction.
COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

 

 

CCL

2.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - PERFORMANCE REVIEW PANEL              2020/265
RESOLVED - 20/042  Cr S Nugent/Cr J Hamling
That Council:
1 Establishes a Chief Executive Officer Performance Review Panel consisting of the Mayor (Cr Reg Kidd), Deputy Mayor (Cr Sam Romano), a Councillor appointed by the Chief Executive Officer and a Councillor appointed by Council.
2 Acknowledges the appointment of Cr Joanne McRae as the Chief Executive Officer’s nomination for the panel.
3 Appoint Councillor Kevin Duffy, who has completed the General Manager Performance Appraisal Training, to be included on the Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Panel.
4 Delegates the Performance Review of the Chief Executive Officer to the Chief Executives Performance Review Panel.

Delegates noted and Mid-Term Review organised for late March 2020.
COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

5.4 QUARTERLY BUDGET REVIEW AND PROGRESS REPORT - QUARTER 2 OF 2019/20                                                                                                                              2020/24
RESOLVED - 20/047  Cr J Whitton/Cr J McRae
That Council resolve:
1 That the information provided in the report on the quarterly budget and performance indicators review for October to December 2019 be acknowledged.
2 The bank reconciliation statement be acknowledged.
3 To adopt favourable variations in the consolidated overall cost to council arising from the December 2019 quarterly review amounting to $3,488,132.

Noted, actioned.  COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

5.6 2020 NATIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT - CALL FOR MOTIONS                                                                                                                         2020/213
RESOLVED - 20/049  Cr K Duffy/Cr J Hamling
That Council determine any motions for submission to the National General Assembly 2020 by Friday 20 March 2020.

Delegates noted and Mid-Term Review organised for late March 2020.
COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

5.5 LGNSW TOURISM CONFERENCE 2020                                                          2020/211
RESOLVED - 20/048  Cr J Hamling/Cr K Duffy
That Councillor Tony Mileto be the Councillor attendee for the LGNSW Tourism Conference 2020 in Jindabyne 16-18 March 2020.

Cr Mileto registered and accommodation booked.
COMPLETE

 

 

18 Feb 2020

CCL

5.7 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION - DA 332/2019(1) - 185 LEEDS PARADE
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/250
RESOLVED - 20/050  Cr J Hamling/Cr G Taylor

That Council consents to development application DA 332/2019(1) for Highway Service Centre, Business Identification Signage, Demolition (remnant farm buildings), Tree Removal, Road and Drainage at Lot 4 DP 1185665 - 185 Leeds Parade, Orange pursuant to the conditions of consent in the attached Notice of Approval.

Development Consent issued as per resolution.

COMPLETE

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

4.1 WASTE WATER RECYCLING STRATEGY                                                           2020/92
RESOLVED - 20/029  Cr J McRae/Cr T Mileto
That Council investigate a municipal waste water recycling strategy to supplement the City’s water supply.

 

This is a long term project with many elements that need to be considered. Such a strategy will be included as part of Council’s overall Integrated Water Cycle Management Study – a long term strategy investigating a range of options for securing Orange’s town water supply.

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

4.2 NOTICE OF MOTION - BUSHFIRE CRISIS SUPPORT                                   2020/106
RESOLVED - 20/030  Cr S Nugent/Cr R Kidd
That Council take the following action in relation to this season’s bushfire crisis:
1 Offer assistance to fire-affected Council’s by registering with Local Government NSW’s Local Government Bushfire Recovery Support Group.
2 That the Mayor and CEO approach the Canobolas RFS as to how Council may assist with fire recovery efforts.

Letter emailed to RFS 20 April 2020.
COMPLETE

 

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

5.5 COUNCIL MEETING RELOCATION                                                                   2020/173
RESOLVED - 20/036  Cr J Hamling/Cr S Romano
That Council resolves to:
1 Hold the Council Meetings of 18 February 2020, 3 March 2020 and 17 March 2020 at alternate locations;
2 Hold these meetings at Waratahs, Bowen and Glenroi; and
3 Divert from the Code of Meeting Practice for the three Council Meetings.

Meetings held off-site at Bowen Public School and Glenroi Community Centre.
COMPLETE

 

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

5.3 REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE REVISITED - ROTARY CLUB OF ORANGE NORTH - LEAD THE WAY FOR GUIDE DOGS                                    2020/104
RESOLVED - 20/034  Cr J Whitton/Cr S Munro

That a donation of $5,027.42 be made from the Small Donations Program to the Rotary Club of Orange North (Lead the Way for Guide Dogs).

Applicant advised and payment processed on 10 February 2020. COMPLETE

 

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

5.1 STRATEGIC POLICY REVIEW                                                   2019/2775
RESOLVED - 20/032  Cr K Duffy/Cr R Kidd

That Council resolves to:
1 Adopt the following policies:
• ST095 – Debt Recovery
• ST132 – Overdraft Facilities
• ST042 – Investment of Council Funds
• ST005 – Loan Guarantee
• ST077 – Water Carting
• ST093 – Purchasing
• ST109 – Buy Local Purchasing
2 Place the following policies on public exhibition for a period of 28 days:
• ST107 – Outdoor Dining Areas
• ST114 – Whiteway Lighting
• ST142 – Events on Council Owned/Managed Land
• ST143 – Event Cancellation
• ST083 – Access to Information Held By Council

Adopted policies put on website and intranet and policies placed on public exhibition until 9 March 2020. Report went back to Council on 17 March 2020 with policies to be adopted.

COMPLETE

 

4 Feb 2020

CCL

5.2 BANJO PATERSON MEMORIAL PARK - HERITAGE LANDSCAPE PLAN
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/32
RESOLVED - 20/033  Cr J Whitton/Cr S Munro
1 That the report be noted.
2 That the Banjo Paterson Memorial Park Heritage Landscape Plan be placed on exhibition for community comment.

Submissions closed.  Report to be provided to Council.

 

                                

 

4 Feb 2020

EEDPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY COMMITTEE HELD 11 DECEMBER 2019                                                                                       2019/2797
RESOLVED - 20/011  Cr S Nugent/Cr J McRae
That Council:
1 Acknowledge the presentations to the Economic Development Community Committee at its meeting held on 11 December 2019 and;
2 The minutes of the Economic Development Community Committee of 11 December 2019 be adopted.

All actions completed.

 

4 Feb 2020

EEDPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY COMMITTEE HELD 13 NOVEMBER 2019                                                                                      2019/2766
RESOLVED - 20/010  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro
That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Economic Development Community Committee at its meeting held on 13 November 2019 and that the minutes be adopted.

All actions completed.

 

4 Feb 2020

EEDPC

2.3 MINUTES OF THE SISTER CITIES COMMUNITY COMMITTEE HELD 30 OCTOBER AND 11 DECEMBER 2019
TRIM REFERENCE: 2019/2805
RESOLVED - 20/012  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Nugent

1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Sister Cities Community Committee at its meeting held on 30 October 2019 and 11 December 2019.
2 That Council determine recommendation 4.1 from the minutes of the Sister Cities Community Committee meeting of 30 October 2019.
           4.1 Sister Cities Community Committee Action List Update
           That the action list for the Sister Cities Community Committee be updated to reflect the following actions :
• That contact again be made with federal department authorities to explore funding to assist with a review of strategic planning in Mt Hagen.
• That a report be brought to a future meeting about whether there was any existing reserve on funding being held by Orange City Council which could contribute to a review of planning in Mt Hagen.
• That a committee be formed from staff and community members to prepare for the visit in 2020 of the Mayor of Ushiku to Orange.
• That the option of hosting a Sister Cities promotional stall at the Harmony Day event in 2020 be explored.
• That the option of expanding the staff exchange with Timaru by inviting local citizens to take part be explored, and through involving sporting tours.
• That the option of livestreaming the Ushiku Cup Japanese Speaking competition be explored.

Actions completed.
Action to be taken once there is a date confirmed for the visit by the Mayor of Ushiku.
Harmony Day was cancelled this year.
Action to be taken once dates for the return visit to Timaru are determined post COVID-19.
Action to be explored to livestream Ushiku Cup for the next competition in 2021.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

EEDPC

3 That Council determine recommendation 4.1 from the minutes of the Sister Cities Community Committee meeting of 30 October 2019.
           4.1 Sister Cities Community Committee Action List Update
That the action list for the Sister Cities Community Committee be reviewed and updated to include the following matters:
• That Council staff be requested to inspect the bronze statue (donated in 1994 by Ushiku) at the theatre entrance and arrange for any required expert maintenance ahead of the visit by the Mayor of Ushiku.
• That Council’s Parks & Gardens staff be requested to explore a proposal to renew the ‘Sister Cities Garden’ (next to the theatre in Byng St) to once again include plants which reflect Orange’s Sister Cities.
4       That the remainder of the minutes of the Sister Cities Community Committee at its meeting held on 30 October 2019 and 11 December 2019 be adopted.






Gallery/museum staff asked to provide initial assessment.

 

Action to be considered as part of Future City recommendations for Civic Square and Robertson Park changes.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

ESPC

2.3 MINUTES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE – 18 OCTOBER 2019
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/97
RESOLVED - 20/023  Cr S Nugent/Cr R Kidd

1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 18 October 2019.
2 That Council determine recommendations 3.3 and 3.4 from the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee meeting of 18 October 2019 being:
Item 3.3 Particle Pollution
That Council’s Chief Executive Officer follow up regarding placing a link for the Air Quality Monitoring data on Council’s Website.
The Council’s Trainee Aboriginal Environmental Health Officer contact Public Health in regards to Orange v Bathurst particle pollution levels.
Item 3.4 Water Matters
That:
1 The verbal report presented by Council’s Water and Sewerage Strategic Manager be acknowledged.
2 The Committee request Water Update Signs, like those in Dubbo, are put in place in Orange to keep the community informed.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 18 October 2019 be adopted.

Resolutions in progress.

 

4 Feb 2020

ESPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING - 9 AUGUST 2019
TRIM REFERENCE: 2020/96
RESOLVED - 20/022  Cr S Nugent/Cr J McRae

1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 9 August 2019.
2 That Council determine recommendations of Matters Arising from the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee meeting of 9 August 2019 being:
MATTERS ARISING
1 Council should investigate the heating side of the airconditioning units on the Council building now that the chillers have been replaced to increase efficiency in the cooler months. The Acting General Manager (now CEO) will put Robert Alford in touch with Damian West in regards to this.
2 Committee to speak to Essential Energy regarding the street light control wire, the point where they trim trees back, and if this will change due to the Southern Lights Project.
MATTER ARISING
That Council staff follow up on the recommendation from ESCC to reduce Council’s Energy use by 20%, which was adopted by Council at the Environmental Sustainability Policy Committee Meeting, and report back to the Committee with a progress update.
3 That the remainder of the minutes of the Environmental Sustainability Community Committee at its meeting held on 9 August 2019 be adopted.

Resolutions in progress.

 

4 Feb 2020

IPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE CITY OF ORANGE TRAFFIC COMMITTEE MEETING - 17 DECEMBER 2019                                                                                                         2019/2825
RESOLVED - 20/013  Cr R Turner/Cr J McRae
That Council resolves:
1 To acknowledge the reports presented to the City of Orange Traffic Committee at its meeting of 17 December 2019.
2 Recommendations 3.1 to 3.7 and 3-9 to 3.12 from the minutes of the City of Orange Traffic Committee meeting of 17 December 2019 being:
3.1 That “No Stopping “ signs be installed at the intersection of Chestnut Avenue and Anson Street as per Figure 1 in the body of this report;
3.2 That the Conditional Approval for the ANZAC March on 25 April 2020 be endorsed subject to compliance with the attached conditions;
3.3 That Council monitors the traffic speed post construction of the childcare centre development in Turner Crescent;
3.4 That Council installs No Stopping signs at the intersection of Dalton and Seymour Streets as per Figure 1 of this report;
3.5 That Council installs advanced warning pedestrian crossing signs at the Moulder Street/Sale Street pedestrian crossing within the tree lane and other pedestrian crossings if non-compliant;
3.6 That the Taxi Zone outside Glenroi Public School be altered to allow Community Transport Service Providers to stop in the zone, as per attached map and sign diagram;
3.7 That Council engages with the community and Kinross Wolaroi School and runs a media campaign to curb parking in driveways in Allenby Road;
3.9 That Council approve the sign and line marking layout for the March Street and McLachlan Street roundabout as shown in Figure 1;
3.10 That Council installs No Stopping signs at the intersection of Geraldton Street and William Maker Drive as per Figure 1 of this report;

3.11 That Council installs two “Restricted Parking for Ambulance Vehicles” signs at the exit of the Ambulance station as per Figure 1;
3.12 That Council approves the Newcrest Orange Challenge event on 21 and 22 March 2020 subject to the attached conditions;

Actions complete.

 

4 Feb 2020

SRPC

2.3 MINUTES OF THE AUSTRALIA DAY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING – 8 JANUARY 2020                                                                                                             2020/95
RESOLVED - 20/018  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Australia Day Community Committee at its meeting of 8 January 2020
2 That the remainder of the minutes of the Australia Day Community Committee Meeting of 8 January 2020 be adopted.

All actions completed.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

SRPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE AUSTRALIA DAY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING – 4 DECEMBER 2019                                                                                                          2020/94
RESOLVED - 20/017  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Australia Day Community Committee at its meeting of 4 December 2019.
2 That the remainder of the minutes of the Australia Day Community Committee Meeting of 4 December 2019 be adopted.

All actions completed.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

SRPC

2.1 MINUTES OF THE AUSTRALIA DAY COMMUNITY COMMITTEE MEETING – 13 NOVEMBER 2019                                                                                                      2020/93
RESOLVED - 20/016  Cr R Kidd/Cr S Munro
1 That Council acknowledge the reports presented to the Australia Day Community Committee at its meeting held on 13 November 2019.
2 That the remainder of the minutes of the Australia Day Community Committee at its meeting held on 13 November 2019 be adopted.

All actions completed.

 

 

4 Feb 2020

SPC

2.2 MINUTES OF THE COMMUNITY SAFETY AND CRIME PREVENTION COMMITTEE HELD ON 11 DECEMBER 2019                                                         2020/22
RESOLVED - 20/026  Cr J Hamling/Cr R Kidd
That the minutes of the Community Safety & Crime Prevention Committee held on 11 December 2019 be noted.

Minutes from the Community Safety and Crime Prevention Committee meeting actioned.  COMPLETE

 

                                                          

 

4 Feb 2020