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 19TH DECEMBER, 2001


04:01 Storm Clean Up
(Report By Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)

04:02 Rta Offer of Funding for The 2002-2003 Repair Program
(Report By Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'connor

04:03 Removal of Angophora Costata - 70 Lansdowne Parade, Oatley
(Report By Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)

04:04 Street Lighting - 19 Norman Street, Peakhurst
(Report By Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)

04:05 Questions Without Notice - Q210 By Councillor S McMahon Re: Inspection of 14 Eucalyptus Microcorys Street Trees - Flora Street, Narwee
(Report By Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)

04:06 Ward Councillors Reports
04:06.01 Request for Removal of Watergum Street Tree - 1 Burrell Street, Beverly Hills
(Report By Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)

04:06.02 Lugarno Public School - Footpath Improvements
(Report By Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)

04:07 Drainage Easement - 8 Sparkes Avenue, Mortdale (014191)
(Report By Manager - Development Advice, Mr P Green)

04:08 Minutes Of The Hurstville Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting Held On Thursday, 6 December 2001 at 10.00 am

04:08.01 RTA - M5 East - Local Area Improvement Plan (Laip) and Bus Priority Measures

04:08.02 The Avenue, Hurstville - Traffic Conditions At Danebank School (T01061)

04:08.03 Park Road And The Avenue, Hurstville - Traffic/Pedestrian Conditions At Danebank School (T/01061)

04:08.04 Warwick Street Hurstville (T/01100)

04:08.05 Peakhurst Industrial Estate - Extension of Depot Road Through Energy Australia Property (R/00149)

04:08.05 Peakhurst Industrial Estate - Extension of Depot Road through Energy Australia Property (R/00149)

04:08.06 Request For Parking Signs - Unnamed Lane Adjacent To Lugarno Shops (T/00717)

04:08.07 Mulga Road, Oatley - Request To Convert Traffic Thresholds To Marked Foot Crossings (R/00340)

04:08.08 East Hills Rail Line Amplification - Commissioning (R/00662)

04:08.09 Additional Signage For Pedestrian Crossing For Senior Citizens

04:08.10 Humphrey's Lane, Hurstville - Request To Convert No Parking Zone To A Loading Zone

04:08.11 Ocean Street, Penshurst - Traffic Conditions At Newman Street

04:08.12 Blackbutt Avenue, Lugarno - Request For Parking Restrictions (T/00782)

04:08.13 Road Safety Officer's Report

04:08.14 Traffic Advisory Committee Dates For 2002

04:08.15 Request To Investigate Special Constables With Regard To Traffic Speed Monitoring And Enforcement Within The Hurstville Local Government Area

04:09 Hurstville Memorial Square
(Report By Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)

04:10 Large Business & International Social Club To Hold An Annual Cricket Match At Evatt Park (P/00029)
(Report By Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)

04:11 Penshurst Rsl Sub-Branch To Hold Annual Charity Match With The Visually Impaired Cricket Club At Gifford Park (P/00033)
(Report By Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)

04:12 Request By Resident For Repair Of Boundary Fence At Pickering Park (010928)
(Report By Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)

04:13 Plant Replacements - Mowers I537 And I538 (Refers To Item 04.01 In Report No. 2)
(Report By Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)

04:14 Questions Without Notice - Q213 By Councillor B Giegerl Re: Bus Stop In Universal Street
( Report By Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
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DIVISIONAL MANAGER - ENGINEERING'S
REPORT NO 1 TO THE WORKS COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 19TH DECEMBER 2001


The General Manager
Hustville City Council
The Civic Centre
HURSTVILLE

Dear Sir,

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


04.01 STORM CLEAN UP
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTAdvise Council on Mayor’s decision to grant temporary authority for Council to collect storm damaged greenwaste from private properties
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONEndorse Mayor’s Decision

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .01
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. Recommendation STORM CLEAN UP
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)



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04.02 RTA OFFER OF FUNDING FOR THE 2002-2003 REPAIR PROGRAM
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor




REASON FOR REPORTAdvise Council of RTA REPAIR Program of $520,000 on a dollar for dollar basis
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANY$520,000
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONAccept grant and that Council’s contribution be booked to 2002/2003 Program Budget

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. Recommendation RTA OFFER OF FUNDING FOR THE 2002-2003 REPAIR PROGRAM
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor



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04.03 REMOVAL OF ANGOPHORA COSTATA - 70 LANSDOWNE PARADE, OATLEY
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTReconsider second request for removal of tree
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONAdopt recommendation

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .03
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. Recommendation REMOVAL OF ANGOPHORA COSTATA - 70 LANSDOWNE PARADE, OATLEY
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)



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04.04 STREET LIGHTING - 19 NORMAN STREET, PEAKHURST
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)




REASON FOR REPORTImproved Street Lighting
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYCost to Council $220.00 design fee, plus increase in annual charges of $78.13
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONFor approval

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .04
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. Recommendation STREET LIGHTING - 19 NORMAN STREET, PENSHURST
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)



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04.05 QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE - Q210 BY COUNCILLOR s McMAHON RE: INSPECTION OF 14 EUCALYPTUS MICROCORYS STREET TREES - FLORA STREET, NARWEE
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTInspection of street trees
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNo
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONFor adoption

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .05
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. Recommendation QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE - Q210 BY COUNCILLOR s McMAHON RE: INSPECTION OF 14 EUCALYPTUS MICROCORYS STREET TREES - FLORA STREET, NARWEE
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)



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04.06 WARD COUNCILLORS REPORTS



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04.06.01 REQUEST FOR REMOVAL OF WATERGUM STREET TREE - 1 BURRELL STREET, BEVERLY HILLS
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTRequest for tree removal
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONAdopt Ward Councillors Report

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .06.01
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. Recommendation REQUEST FOR REMOVAL OF WATERGUM STREET TREE - 1 BURRELL STREET, BEVERLY HILLS
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)



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04.06.02 LUGARNO PUBLIC SCHOOL - FOOTPATH IMPROVEMENTS
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTTo consider Ward Councillors Report
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONAdopt report

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .06.02
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. Recommendation LUGARNO PUBLIC SCHOOL - FOOTPATH IMPROVEMENTS
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)



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04.07 DRAINAGE EASEMENT - 8 SPARKES AVENUE, MORTDALE (014191)
(Report by Manager - Development Advice, Mr P Green)




REASON FOR REPORTTo seek Council’s approval to grant permission to the owner of 8 Sparkes Avenue to extinguish a redundant drainage easement
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONFor approval

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .07
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. Recommendation DRAINAGE EASEMENT - 8 SPARKES AVENUE, MORTDALE (014191)
(Report by Manager - Development Advice, Mr P Green)



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04.08 MINUTES OF THE HURSTVILLE TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON THURSDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2001 AT 10.00 AM



REASON FOR REPORTTo advise Council on the following traffic related issues
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF "NO", SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED?No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANY.Item 2 - $12,000
Item 3 - $12,000
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONFor council to consider the recommendations of the Traffic Advisory Committee

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. Recommendation MINUTES OF THE HURSTVILLE TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON THURSDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2001 AT 10.00 AM


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04.08.01 RTA - M5 EAST - LOCAL AREA IMPROVEMENT PLAN (LAIP) AND BUS PRIORITY MEASURES

2 Penshurst Street, north of Forest Road (regional)

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.01
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. Recommendation RTA - M5 EAST - LOCAL AREA IMPROVEMENT PLAN (LAIP) AND BUS PRIORITY MEASURES


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04.08.02 THE AVENUE, HURSTVILLE - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT DANEBANK SCHOOL (T01061)


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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.02
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. Recommendation THE AVENUE, HURSTVILLE - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT DANEBANK SCHOOL (T01061)


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04.08.03 PARK ROAD AND THE AVENUE, HURSTVILLE - TRAFFIC/PEDESTRIAN CONDITIONS AT DANEBANK SCHOOL (T/01061)


Council has received representations from a parent whose child is a student at Danebank School Hurstville concerned about pedestrian and traffic conditions on both Park Road and The Avenue Hurstville.
TimeNorth Bound Vehicles
On Park Road
Pedestrians Crossing Park Rd, North of Queens Rd, ie. not at the Lights
8.15 am
9.15 am
38456
2.45 pm
3.45 pm
497146
* The results indicate that the location does meet the warrant for a school “wombat”
crossing” similar to The Avenue.

TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

THAT Council install a raised pedestrian threshold, ie. “wombat crossing” in Park Road, immediately in front of the pedestrian entrance to the Senior and Junior students building of Danebank School.

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.03
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. Recommendation PARK ROAD AND THE AVENUE, HURSTVILLE - TRAFFIC/PEDESTRIAN CONDITIONS AT DANEBANK SCHOOL (T/01061)


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04.08.04 WARWICK STREET HURSTVILLE (T/01100)


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.04
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. Recommendation WARWICK STREET HURSTVILLE (T/01100)


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04.08.05 PEAKHURST INDUSTRIAL ESTATE - EXTENSION OF DEPOT ROAD THROUGH ENERGY AUSTRALIA PROPERTY (R/00149)


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.05
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. Recommendation PEAKHURST INDUSTRIAL ESTATE - EXTENSION OF DEPOT ROAD THROUGH ENERGY AUSTRALIA PROPERTY (R/00149)


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04.08.06 REQUEST FOR PARKING SIGNS - UNNAMED LANE ADJACENT TO LUGARNO SHOPS (T/00717)


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

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RECOMMENDATION NO:
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. Recommendation REQUEST FOR PARKING SIGNS - UNNAMED LANE ADJACENT TO LUGARNO SHOPS (T/00717)


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04.08.07 MULGA ROAD, OATLEY - REQUEST TO CONVERT TRAFFIC THRESHOLDS TO MARKED FOOT CROSSINGS (R/00340)


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.07
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. Recommendation MULGA ROAD, OATLEY - REQUEST TO CONVERT TRAFFIC THRESHOLDS TO MARKED FOOT CROSSINGS (R/00340)


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04.08.08 EAST HILLS RAIL LINE AMPLIFICATION - COMMISSIONING (R/00662)


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.08
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. Recommendation EAST HILLS RAIL LINE AMPLIFICATION - COMMISSIONING (R/00662)


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04.08.09 ADDITIONAL SIGNAGE FOR PEDESTRIAN CROSSING FOR SENIOR CITIZENS


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

THAT Council refer the request to the Roads and Traffic Authority and Council’s Access Committee for further investigation and a report back to the Committee for further consideration.

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .08.09
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. Recommendation ADDITIONAL SIGNAGE FOR PEDESTRIAN CROSSING FOR SENIOR CITIZENS


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04.08.10 HUMPHREY'S LANE, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST TO CONVERT NO PARKING ZONE TO A LOADING ZONE


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

THAT Council convert the existing “No Parking” restrictions on the northern side of Humphrey’s Lane approximately 30m south of Cross Street to a “Loading Zone”.

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. Recommendation HUMPHREY'S LANE, HURSTVILLE - REQUEST TO CONVERT NO PARKING ZONE TO A LOADING ZONE


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04.08.11 OCEAN STREET, PENSHURST - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT NEWMAN STREET


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

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. Recommendation OCEAN STREET, PENSHURST - TRAFFIC CONDITIONS AT NEWMAN STREET


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04.08.12 BLACKBUTT AVENUE, LUGARNO - REQUEST FOR PARKING RESTRICTIONS (T/00782)


TRAFFIC COMMITTEE’S RECOMMENDATION:

THAT Council not implement any parking restrictions in Blackbutt Avenue at Forest Road.

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. Recommendation BLACKBUTT AVENUE, LUGARNO - REQUEST FOR PARKING RESTRICTIONS (T/00782)


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04.08.13 ROAD SAFETY OFFICER'S REPORT

ACTIVITY REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 2001


SPEED MANAGEMENT

School Safe 2000
A joint Councils and Georges River Police District Project

The project will promote school safety and research the extent of speed and parking related issues around the vicinity of schools. This is an Enhanced Police Enforcement Program.

Attended joint meetings with Road Safety Officers from Rockdale and Kogarah Councils to discuss Back-to-School projects for 2002.

Status
Preparing for next phase early 2002


DRINK DRIVING

Christmas Drink Drive - (St George / Sutherland Regional Project)

Status
Implemented 14/11/01 – 16/12/01

The Christmas drink drive project will attempt to reduce the number of alcohol related crashes across the St George/Sutherland areas by implementing a number of educational and enforcement activities eg. ‘Drink safe nights’ at licensed premises (use of breathalyser, distribution of information wallets to patrons), coasters and Christmas postcards supplied to licensed premises, mobile billboard advertising, and RBT sites. The project will target all motor vehicle controllers (particularly those in the 30-39 age group).

Meetings attended with the Road Safety Officer’s of Kogarah and Sutherland Shire Councils to further discuss, plan and finalise activities for the regional drink drive project.

Developed and typed project evaluation forms. One form to be used with Club patrons, another for Club Managers and the third evaluation form for other stakeholders.

Preparation of “drink safe nights” briefing notes for St George Drug & Alcohol Service staff.

Meeting attended with St George Drug & Alcohol Service staff to explain the procedure for the “drink safe nights” and our requirements of the Drug and Alcohol staff.

Contacted local licensed premises to confirm date/time and set-up requirements for “drink safe nights”.

The project development will utilise the following resources: information wallets, coasters, postcards and mobile billboard. The wallets contained information on standard drinks, transport alternatives and information hotlines. The coasters have the campaign message on the front, and on their rear is printed the penalties and fines. The mobile billboard was moved around the St George and Sutherland Shire Councils displaying the message: “Drink Driving – it’s not bad luck – IT’S A CRIME”.

Currently awaiting the delivery of resources for premises participating in the “drink safe nights” and to another four venues not participating in the “Drink Safe Nights”. These four venues include: Mortdale Hotel, St George Business Club, Shanneys Hotel and Beverley Hills Hotel.

The Drink safe nights will involve the provision of a breathalyser for patrons’ use, distribution of information wallets to patrons, informal discussions on safe drinking practices, display with visible standard drinks and posters.

Hurstville Council’s Road Safety Officer will also participate in the “Drink safe nights” for the Kogarah Local Government area at the following venues:

- Allawah Hotel
- St George Leagues Club
- Oatley Hotel
- Kings Head Tavern


PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

SSROC
Heavy Metal>Soft Head…Speed Kills People…Kill Your Speed

The project aims to reduce pedestrian injury in the region and to increase awareness of safer driver behaviours in relation to pedestrians.

Motorists in the SSROC region will be targeted and strategies will be designed to target the highly mobile “young driver” (particularly the 17-19 year old age group)

The implementation of this project is still currently running.

School Safe 2000
A joint Councils and Georges River Police District Project
(Also discussed under Speed Management)

Right Foot Forward
Annual Seniors Week walk promoting safety and physical activity to seniors.

Attended Hurstville City Council’s Seniors Week 2002 Committee.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Monthly Report written for Traffic Committee and RTA.

Monthly Report submitted to RTA in relation to activities.

Attended numerous meetings with Road Safety Officers from Sutherland, Kogarah and Rockdale Councils in relation to “Drink Safe Nights”.

Meeting held with Graphic Artist regarding resources to be utilised.

Attended two meetings with Terry Munce from the RTA in relation to the M5 East opening on 9 December, 2001.

Attended meeting with Bankstown Council, Canterbury Council in relation to their involvement in M5 opening on the 9 December 2001.

Hurstville Council to display St George regional display at opening.

Attended SSROC Road Safety Group Meeting at Canterbury Council.

Organised Hire Vehicle for use during “Drink Safe Nights” and other commitments.

Organised Hurstville Road Safety Officer attendance at GLS workshops on
4 December 2001.

Organised Hurstville Road Safety Officer attendance at Road Safety Induction Course on 5, 6, and 7 December.*Accordingly, this matter is referred to the Committee for consideration.

THAT Council receive and note the Road Safety Officer’s report.

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. Recommendation ROAD SAFETY OFFICER'S REPORT


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04.08.14 TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATES FOR 2002


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. Recommendation TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE DATES FOR 2002


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04.08.15 REQUEST TO INVESTIGATE SPECIAL CONSTABLES WITH REGARD TO TRAFFIC SPEED MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT WITHIN THE HURSTVILLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA


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. Recommendation REQUEST TO INVESTIGATE SPECIAL CONSTABLES WITH REGARD TO TRAFFIC SPEED MONITORING AND ENFORCEMENT WITHIN THE HURSTVILLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA


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04.09 HURSTVILLE MEMORIAL SQUARE
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTUpdate on Memorial Square upgrade
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONThe information be received and noted

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. Recommendation HURSTVILLE MEMORIAL SQUARE
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04.10 LARGE BUSINESS & INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL CLUB REQUEST TO HOLD AN ANNUAL CRICKET MATCH AT EVATT PARK (P/00029)
(Report by Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)




REASON FOR REPORTUse of Evatt Park
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONFor approval

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. Recommendation LARGE BUSINESS & INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL CLUB TO HOLD AN ANNUAL CRICKET MATCH AT EVATT PARK (P/00029)
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04.11 PENSHURST RSL SUB-BRANCH TO HOLD ANNUAL CHARITY MATCH WITH THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED CRICKET CLUB AT GIFFORD PARK (P/00033)
(Report by Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)




REASON FOR REPORTUse of Gifford Park
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONFor approval

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. Recommendation PENSHURST RSL SUB-BRANCH TO HOLD ANNUAL CHARITY MATCH WITH THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED CRICKET CLUB AT GIFFORD PARK (P/00033)
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04.12 REQUEST BY RESIDENT FOR REPAIR OF BOUNDARY FENCE AT PICKERING PARK (010928)
(Report by Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)




REASON FOR REPORTRequest for Repair of Boundary Fence by resident
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONAdoption of recommendation

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. Recommendation REQUEST BY RESIDENT FOR REPAIR OF BOUNDARY FENCE AT PICKERING PARK (010928)
(Report by Engineering Administrative Assistant, Mrs A Horne)



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04.13 PLANT REPLACEMENTS - MOWERS I537 AND I538 (Refers to Item 04.01 in Report No. 2)
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)



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04.14 QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE - Q213 by Councillor B Giegerl Re: Bus Stop in Universal Street
( Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)




REASON FOR REPORTConsider installation of seat at Bus Stop
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONInformation to be received and noted

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RECOMMENDATION NO: .14
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. Recommendation QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE - Q213 by Councillor B Giegerl Re: Bus Stop in Universal Street
( Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)



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04.15A PICNIC POINT TO HAYMARKET 330 kV UNDERGOUND CABLE PROJECT (Refers to Item 04.02 in Report No. 2)
(Report by Divisisonal Manager - Engineering, Mr C Little)



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04.16A WARD COUNCILLORS REPORTS



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04.16.01A REQUEST FOR TREE REMOVAL - 29 MEADOWLAND ROAD, PEAKHURST
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)




REASON FOR REPORTConsider Ward Councillors Report
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONAdopt recommendation

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .16.01A
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. Recommendation REQUEST FOR TREE REMOVAL - 29 MEADOWLAND ROAD, PEAKHURST
(Report by Manager - Engineering Administration, Mr L O'Connor)



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04.17A MINUTES OF THE HURSTVILLE AQUATIC LEISURE CENTRE WORKING PARTY HELD ON MONDAY, 17 DECEMBER 2001 AT 6.45 PM
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)




REASON FOR REPORTConfirmation of Minutes
DOES AN EXISTING POLICY COVER THIS MATTER?No
IF ‘NO’ SHOULD A POLICY BE DEVELOPED? No
FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS, IF ANYNil
PRECIS OF RECOMMENDATIONCouncil to Endorse Recommendations

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: .17A
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. Recommendation MINUTES OF THE HURSTVILLE AQUATIC LEISURE CENTRE WORKING PARTY HELD ON MONDAY, 17 DECEMBER 2001 AT 6.45 PM
(Report by Manager - Parks & Recreation, Mr A Sharp)



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04.18A PICNIC POINT TO HAYMARKET 330 kV UNDERGROUND CABLE PROJECT
(Refers to Item No. 04.03A in Report No. 2) (Report by Divisional Manager - Engineering, Mr C Little)