HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
CIVIC CENTRE, MACMAHON STREET, HURSTVILLE.
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SUMMARY OF ITEMS CONTAINED IN THE
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - ENGINEERING' REPORT
TO THE MEETING OF THE WORKS COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 14TH JUNE, 2000


04:01 Trees - Applications For Removal Or Lopping

04:02 Removal Of Dead Or Dangerous Trees

04:03 Works In Progress Or Programmed For Construction

04:04 Street Lighting - Tooronga Terrace & Bundarra Street, Beverly Hills

04:05 Rta 3X3 Funding

04:06 Request For Donation Of Mulch For Play Area At Peakhurst Community Health
Centre

04:07 Kingsgrove Road Overbridge - Rta Grant For The Railway Overbridge Widening

04:08 Right Foot Forward Project Report

04:09 Street Lighting - Clarke Street South, Peakhurst

04:10 Minutes For Hurstville Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting Held On Thursday, 1st
June, 2000

04:10.01 Boundary Road, Mortdale - Traffic Conditions At The One-Lane Overbridge Over
The Illawarra Railway Line (R/00070)

04:10.02 Durham Street, Hurstville - Request For Right Turn Signal Arrow Facilities Into
Lily Street (R/00604)

04:10.03 Forest Road, Hurstville - Request For Tow Away Signs At No. 438-452 Forest
Road, Hurstville

04:10.04 Waratah Lane, Oatley - Request To Relocate Railway Fence (R/00498)

04:10.05 Morts Road - Request For 15 Minute Parking

04:10.06 Gover Street, Peakhurst - Request For Traffic Calming Devices

04:10.07 Josephine Street, Riverwood - Request For Pedestrian Refuge At Bonds Road

04:10.08 Depot Road - Request For One Hour Parking

04:10.09 Patrick Street, Hurstville - Request For Disabled Parking

04:10.10 William Road, Riverwood - Request For 'No Parking'

04:10.11 Belmore Road/Webbs Street/Cairns Street, Riverwood - Traffic Conditions
At Signals (T/00663)

04:10.12 Elizabeth Street, Hurstville - Safety Concerns (T/00769)

04:10.13 Penshurst Street, Penshurst - Traffic Conditions (T/00987)

04:10.14 Development Application - Cnr. Forest Road And Morts Road, Penshurst

04:10.15 Road Safety Officer's Report

04:10.16 Next Hurstville Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting

04:10.17 Broad Arrow Road, Narwee - Request For Pedestrian Crossing West Of
Mercury Street

04:11 Change Of Street Name - Colwell Street, Beverly Hills

04:12 Forest Road, Lugarno - Pedestrian Crossing At Chivers Hill Shopping Centre

04:13 Clarendon Road - Drainage

04:14 Request For Permission For Liquor Licence At Hurstville Oval During Cricket Season

04:15 Lime Kiln Bay Wetlands Project - Federation Fund Grant

04.16 Local Government Road Safety Conference 20th-21st July, 2000 - Melbourne

:98 Appendix 'A' - (Refers To Item 4.01 In Report No. 1)
:99 Appendix 'B' - (Refers To Item 4.02 In Report No. 1)

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
ENGINEERING
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - ENGINEERING
REPORT NO 01TO THE WORKS COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 14 JUNE 2000


The General Manager
Hurstville City Council
The Civic Centre
HURSTVILLE

Dear Sir,

Hereunder is my Report No. 1 to be submitted to the Works Committee:-


04.01 TREES - APPLICATIONS FOR REMOVAL OR LOPPING


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .01
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. Recommendation TREES - APPLICATIONS FOR REMOVAL OR LOPPING


RECOMMENDATION


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REPORT ITEM NO: .
ENGINEERING


04.02 REMOVAL OF DEAD OR DANGEROUS TREES


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .02
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. Recommendation REMOVAL OF DEAD OR DANGEROUS TREES


RECOMMENDATION


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ENGINEERING


04.03 WORKS IN PROGRESS OR PROGRAMMED FOR CONSTRUCTION
(Report by Manager Works - Peter Dickson, Manager Special Projects - Khaled Azer & Parks Operations Manager - Craig Sinclair)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .03
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation WORKS IN PROGRESS OR PROGRAMMED FOR CONSTRUCTION
(Report by Manager Works - Peter Dickson, Manager Special Projects - Khaled Azer & Parks Operations Manager - Craig Sinclair)



RECOMMENDATION


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
ENGINEERING


04.04 STREET LIGHTING - TOORONGA TERRACE & BUNDARRA STREET, BEVERLY HILLS
(Report by Manager Engineering Administration, Laurie O'Connor)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .04
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation STREET LIGHTING - TOORONGA TERRACE & BUNDARRA STREET, BEVERLY HILLS
(Report by Manager Engineering Administration, Laurie O'Connor)



RECOMMENDATION


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04.05 RTA 3X3 FUNDING
(Report by Manager Engineering Administration, Laurie O'Connor)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .05
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. Recommendation RTA 3X3 FUNDING
(Report by Manager Engineering Administration, Laurie O'Connor)



RECOMMENDATION


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REPORT ITEM NO: .
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04.06 REQUEST FOR DONATION OF MULCH FOR PLAY AREA AT PEAKHURST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
(Report by Manager Parks & Recreation, Andrew Sharp)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .06
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation REQUEST FOR DONATION OF MULCH FOR PLAY AREA AT PEAKHURST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
(Report by Manager Parks & Recreation, Andrew Sharp)



RECOMMENDATION


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04.07 KINGSGROVE ROAD OVERBRIDGE - RTA GRANT FOR THE RAILWAY OVERBRIDGE WIDENING
(Report by Manager Traffic & Transportation, John Inglese)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .07
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation KINGSGROVE ROAD OVERBRIDGE - RTA GRANT FOR THE RAILWAY OVERBRIDGE WIDENING
(Report by Manager Traffic & Transportation, John Inglese)



RECOMMENDATION


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REPORT ITEM NO: .
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04.08 RIGHT FOOT FORWARD PROJECT REPORT
(Report by Council's Road Safety Officer, Ms Kathy Georgoulas)





HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .08
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. Recommendation RIGHT FOOT FORWARD PROJECT REPORT
(Report by Council's Road Safety Officer, Ms Kathy Georgoulas)



RECOMMENDATION




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REPORT ITEM NO: .
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04.09 STREET LIGHTING - CLARKE STREET SOUTH, PEAKHURST
(Report by Acting Divisional Manager Engineering Mr. Laurie O'Connor)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .09
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation STREET LIGHTING - CLARKE STREET SOUTH, PEAKHURST
(Report by Acting Divisional Manager Engineering Mr. Laurie O'Connor)



RECOMMENDATION



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04.10 MINUTES FOR HURSTVILLE TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON THURSDAY, 1ST JUNE, 2000

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES OF MEETING HELD ON 4TH MAY, 2000




HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation MINUTES FOR HURSTVILLE TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON THURSDAY, 1ST JUNE, 2000


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.01 BOUNDARY ROAD, MORTDALE - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT THE ONE-LANE OVERBRIDGE OVER THE ILLAWARRA RAILWAY LINE (R/00070)


At the last Traffic Advisory Committee meeting, consideration was given to the following item:

Councillor Mick Frawley has passed on representations from residents on Boundary Road near the one-lane overbridge concerned about traffic conditions.

The issues raised are as follows:

1. The occasional confrontation between northbound and southbound traffic on the one-lane bridge.

2. Frustration incurred by motorists queuing in both directions.

3. The failure for motorists to give way to oncoming traffic.

Council officers will investigate these issues and prepare a report for the next Hurstville Traffic Advisory Committee.

* Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.01
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. Recommendation BOUNDARY ROAD, MORTDALE - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT THE ONE-LANE OVERBRIDGE OVER THE ILLAWARRA RAILWAY LINE (R/00070)


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.02 DURHAM STREET, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST FOR RIGHT TURN SIGNAL ARROW FACILITIES INTO LILY STREET (R/00604)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.02
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation DURHAM STREET, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST FOR RIGHT TURN SIGNAL ARROW FACILITIES INTO LILY STREET (R/00604)


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.03 FOREST ROAD, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST FOR TWO AWAY SIGNS AT NO. 438-452 FOREST ROAD, HURSTVILLE


Council has received representations from a resident at 438-452 Forest Road, Hurstville regarding safety concerns with vehicles parking illegally in the ‘No Standing’ area in front of the property adjacent to the driveway.

An inspection of the site by council officers has shown that ‘No Standing’ restrictions are in place across the dual driveways and west of the driveway for one parking space and that at least on one occasion a heavy vehicle was parked in the ‘No Standing’ area making it impossible to turn into the correct driveway and obstructing sight distance to a dangerous degree when exiting the premises.

The problem has been exasperated by a recent accident at the site and several near misses.

*Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.03
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation FOREST ROAD, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST FOR TWO AWAY SIGNS AT NO. 438-452 FOREST ROAD, HURSTVILLE


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.04 WARATAH LANE, OATLEY - REQUEST TO RELOCATE RAILWAY FENCE (R/00498)


Council has received representations from the Strata Secretary of 87 Waratah Street, Oatley concerned about problems associated with maneouvering into and out of the driveway which backs onto Waratah Lane.

The villas are occupied by senior persons who are concerned about the narrowness of the laneway which is causing them to negotiate the turn by making several forward and reverse movements. They are concerned about the safety of such maneouvering when another vehicle is the laneway and the lack of sight distance.

The proposal is to move the wire mesh fence approximately 2 metres towards the railway line for the length of the driveway crossing which would allow the turn to be nagated in one movement.

Council’s Manager Development Advice, has advised that the Plan of Dedication of Waratah Lane shows that there is 1.75m. of council land between the existing fence location and the SRA lane.

*Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.04
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation WARATAH LANE, OATLEY - REQUEST TO RELOCATE RAILWAY FENCE (R/00498)


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.05 MORTS ROAD - REQUEST FOR 15 MINUTE PARKING


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.05
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. Recommendation MORTS ROAD - REQUEST FOR 15 MINUTE PARKING


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.06 GOVER STREET, PEAKHURST - REQUEST FOR TRAFFIC CALMING DEVICES


Council has received representations from Mr. Morris Iemma MP, Member for Lakemba on behalf of residents of Gover Street, Peakhurst requesting that consideration be given to the installation of traffic calming devices in Gover Street.

The residents concern arises from speeding vehicles and the threat of injury to themselves or in particular their children.

It should be noted that a similar request has been reviewed previously:

At the Traffic Advisory Committee meeting held on 5 February, 1998, consideration was given to the following item:

“Council has received representations from a resident of Gover Street requesting the implementation of a pedestrian crossing on a raised threshold in Gover Street adjacent to the pedestrian footpath linking Lawrence Street, Gover Street and Trafalgar Street with Peakhurst Park. Traffic speed and volume counts were taken in Gover Street in December 1994. The 85th percentile speed was 50.9km/h and the AADT was 305 vehicles per day. Gover Street is within the precinct bounded by the RTA’s 50km/h residential speed limit trial”.
Council adopted the Traffic Committee’s recommendation.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.06
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. Recommendation GOVER STREET, PEAKHURST - REQUEST FOR TRAFFIC CALMING DEVICES


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.07 JOSEPHINE STREET, RIVERWOOD - REQUEST FOR PEDESTRIAN REFUGE AT BONDS ROAD


Canterbury City Council have forwarded a plan detailing the proposed installation of a pedestrian refuge island at the intersection of Bonds Road and Josephine Street. The plan indicates that the roundabout splitter island in Josephine Street is to be altered and extended to include a pedestrian refuge.

Josephine Street is the border between the two councils and as such, details have been referred to Hurstville City Council for comment.

A discussion with Canterbury’s Traffic Manager, has confirmed that all expenses for the pedestrian refuge will be incurred by Canterbury City Council and that the works will be carried out in the next financial year.

An inspection has revealed that sufficient sight distance is available to vehicles approaching the refuge and that there is no footpath or pram ramp in Josephine Street adjacent to the railway line. Canterbury City Council have indicated they will pay for the pram ramp.

*Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.07
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation JOSEPHINE STREET, RIVERWOOD - REQUEST FOR PEDESTRIAN REFUGE AT BONDS ROAD


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.08 DEPOT ROAD - REQUEST FOR ONE HOUR PARKING


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.08
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. Recommendation DEPOT ROAD - REQUEST FOR ONE HOUR PARKING


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.09 PATRICK STREET, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST FOR DISABLED PARKING


Council has received representations from Park Road Family Practice, requesting the installation of 2 hour disabled parking across the frontage of the surgery at 38A Patrick Street, Hurstville. The request is for 2 parking spaces which the doctor suggests are necessary as 25% of his patients are mobility impaired.

Although off-street parking is provided on site, there are 10 steps up to the surgery which restricts people with impaired mobility. These patients are finding it difficult to find parking near the surgery due to its close proximity to the CBD and the volume of construction sites adding to the parking problem with workers in and around Patrick Street.

Spot checks by council officers have revealed ample parking available in close proximity to the doctors surgery, in most cases in front of the surgery.

*Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.09
ENGINEERING

. Recommendation PATRICK STREET, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST FOR DISABLED PARKING


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.10 WILLIAM ROAD, RIVERWOOD - REQUEST FOR 'NO PARKING'



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.10
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. Recommendation WILLIAM ROAD, RIVERWOOD - REQUEST FOR 'NO PARKING'


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.11 BELMORE ROAD/WEBBS STREET/CAIRNS STREET, RIVERWOOD - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT SIGNALS (T/00663)


The resident is concerned that left turning vehicles out of Webb Street is controlled by an arrow whilst right turns of Cairns Street is not controlled by an arrow, thus these vehicles are making turns whilst vehicles in Webb Street are also turning.

At the meeting, considerable discussion took place regarding the phasing of the traffic signals at the intersection of Webb Street and Belmore Road. The left turn arrow protecting pedestrians crossing the northern side of the intersection from vehicles turning left from Webb Street is essential and that vehicles turning right from Cairns Street must give way to these vehicles. Those motorists may not be aware that there is a red arrow hold which is preventing the left turn movement until the pedestrians have cleared the intersection, however, the onus is still on the right turning motorist to give way.

*Accordingly, this matter is being referred to the Committee for consideration.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.11
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. Recommendation BELMORE ROAD/WEBBS STREET/CAIRNS STREET, RIVERWOOD - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT SIGNALS (T/00663)


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.12 ELIZABETH STREET, HURSTVILLE - SAFETY CONCERNS (T/00769)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.12
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. Recommendation ELIZABETH STREET, HURSTVILLE - SAFETY CONCERNS (T/00769)


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.13 PENSHURST STREET, PENSHURST - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS (T/00987)


The first concern is that vehicles travelling east along Penshurst Street and wishing to make a left turn at Forest Road are being held up by vehicles who wish to go straight i.e. when a green left turn arrow is showing, there are vehicles in the left lane going straight causing delays. The resident suggests the installation of left turn pavement arrows and signage indicated that left lane must turn left and that this will not adversely effect vehicles wishing to go straight as they can use the centre lane which are not delays by right turning vehicles as no right turn restrictions apply at the intersection.

The other concern raised is the lack of sight distance for vehicles making right turns from Penshurst Street into Stoney Creek Road in both directions. The resident is concerned that through traffic is not visible to right turning traffic as vehicles in the opposite direction also queuing to turn right obstruct viewing and requests the installation of green arrows in both directions at the intersection to alleviate this problem.

Both of these issues would be investigated as part of the Penshurst Traffic Precinct Study approved by the Traffic Committee at the last meeting.

*Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.13
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. Recommendation PENSHURST STREET, PENSHURST - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS (T/00987)


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.14 DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION - CNR. FOREST ROAD AND MORTS ROAD, PENSHURST


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.14
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. Recommendation DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION - CNR. FOREST ROAD AND MORTS ROAD, PENSHURST


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.15 ROAD SAFETY OFFICER'S REPORT


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.15
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. Recommendation ROAD SAFETY OFFICER'S REPORT


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.16 NEXT HURSTVILLE TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.16
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. Recommendation NEXT HURSTVILLE TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING


RECOMMENDATION


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04.10.17 BROAD ARROW ROAD, NARWEE - REQUEST FOR PEDESTRIAN CROSSING WEST OF MERCURY STREET


Council has received representations from a resident of Balfour Road, Narwee requesting consideration be given to the implementation of a pedestrian facility across Broad Arrow Road just west of the intersection of Mercury Street.

Council officers carried out a pedestrian count of Broad Arrow Road between Chamberlain Street and Bryant Street and found the majority of pedestrians crossed Broad Arrow Road between Mercury Street and the traffic signals near Chamberlain Street.

The pedestrian count also showed a considerable number of school children do use the existing pedestrian signals near Chamberlain Street and the primary school students also use this facility. An on-site inspection revealed a possible location for this pedestrian refuge, however, it will result in the loss of a one-hour parking space on the Hurstville Council side of Broad Arrow Road and two one-hour parking spaces on the Canterbury side of Broad Arrow Road between Mercury Street and Fisher Street.

Canterbury Council must be consulted with this proposal. A design plan will be prepared and forwarded to Canterbury Council along with a copy of this report to be considered at Canterbury’s Traffic Committee as soon as possible.

As Canterbury Council have advised Hurstville that they wish to improve pedestrian activity at the intersection of Josephine Street and Bonds Road previously stated in Item 7, it is only fair that Hurstville Council, should Canterbury agree with the implementation of this pedestrian refuge, ultimately fund the entire project at an estimated cost of $5,000.

TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .10.17
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. Recommendation BROAD ARROW ROAD, NARWEE - REQUEST FOR PEDESTRIAN CROSSING WEST OF MERCURY STREET


RECOMMENDATION


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04.11 CHANGE OF STREET NAME - COLWELL STREET, BEVERLY HILLS
(Report by Acting Divisional Manager Engineering, Mr Laurie O'Connor)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .11
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. Recommendation CHANGE OF STREET NAME


RECOMMENDATION


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04.12 FOREST ROAD, LUGARNO - PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT CHIVERS HILL SHOPPING CENTRE
(Report prepared by Manager Traffic and Transportation, Mr J Inglese



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .12
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. Recommendation FOREST ROAD, LUGARNO - PEDESTRIAN CROSSING AT CHIVERS HILL SHOPPING CENTRE
(Report prepared by Manager Traffic and Transportation, Mr J Inglese



RECOMMENDATION


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04.13 CLARENDON ROAD - DRAINAGE
(Report prepared by Manager Design & Investigation, Mr Mick Ward)



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RECOMMENDATION NO: .13
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. Recommendation CLARENDON ROAD - DRAINAGE
(Report prepared by Manager Design & Investigation, Mr Mick Ward)



RECOMMENDATION


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04.14 REQUEST FOR PERMISSION FOR LIQUOR LICENCE AT HURSTVILLE OVAL DURING CRICKET SEASON
(Report by Manager Parks and Recreation, Mr Andrew Sharp)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .14
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. Recommendation REQUEST FOR PERMISSION FOR LIQUOR LICENCE AT HURSTVILLE OVAL DURING CRICKET SEASON
(Report by Manager Parks and Recreation, Mr Andrew Sharp)



RECOMMENDATION


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04.15 LIME KILN BAY WETLANDS PROJECT - FEDERATION FUND GRANT
(Report by Manager, Parks and Recreation, Mr Andrew Sharp)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .15A
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. Recommendation LIME KILN BAY WETLANDS PROJECT - FEDERATION FUND GRANT
(Report by Manager, Parks and Recreation, Mr Andrew Sharp)



RECOMMENDATION


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04.16 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ROAD SAFETY CONFERENCE 20TH-21ST JULY, 2000 - MELBOURNE
(Report by Manager Traffic and Transportation, Mr John Inglese)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .16
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. Recommendation LOCAL GOVERNMENT ROAD SAFETY CONFERENCE 20TH-21ST JULY, 2000 - MELBOURNE


RECOMMENDATION


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Appendix for Engineering



.98 APPENDIX 'A' - (Refers to Item 4.01 in Report No. 1)


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.99 APPENDIX 'B' - (Refers to Item 4.02 in Report No. 1)