EXECUTIVE SUMMARYCouncil’s Planning and Development Directorate identified the need for a Stormwater Drainage Policy and, with funds supplied by the Director Technical Services, Council engaged Dr Geoffrey O’Loughlin of Brown Consulting to assist Hurstville City Council staff with the preparation of this document.Council's policies must ensure that stormwater drainage systems in all new developments are designed to meet currently accepted standards of construction and operation.This report seeks Council endorsement of a new draft policy for the purpose of public exhibition.AUTHOR RECOMMENDATIONTHAT Council endorse the Public Exhibition of the Draft Stormwater Drainage Policy for a period of no less than twenty-eight days.THAT Council refer the Draft Stormwater Drainage Policy to Council's solicitors together with a Draft Flood Lot Control Map and that subject to legal advice, Council also publicly exhibit the Draft Flood Lot Control Map.FURTHER THAT Council endorse the Director Planning and Development to make minor modifications to numerical, typographical, interpretation and formatting errors, if required, in the finalisation of the said documents prior to public exhibition.REPORT DETAILSDraft Policy Objectives:• Objective 1 - Legal Gravity Stormwater Drainage Systems
(6) A copy of the manual must be available for public inspection, free of charge, at the office of the council during ordinary office hours.(7) This section applies to and in respect of:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYCouncil received a letter dated 11 November 2010 attaching the local impact assessment (annexures 1 and 2) lodged with the Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority in connection with a gaming machine threshold increase application. The proposal was communicated to Councillors with several Councillor objecting to the proposal. There has been some confusion created by the submission period quoted in the letter dated 11 November 2010 which states submissions must be made within 30 days. A review of the LIA application reports web page confirms that the there was a conflicting closing date with the Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority site stating 23 December 2010. A submission objecting to the proposal has been made on the Mayor's direction under section 226 of the Local Government Act 1993 ensuring that a submission of objection was lodged within 30 days of the letter dated 11 November 2010 as a precaution.AUTHOR RECOMMENDATIONThat the report be received and noted.That Council endorse the objection (Annexure 3) to the proposed increase in poker machines at the Illawarra Catholic Club - Club Central, Hurstville.REPORT DETAILSOn 11 November 2010 Council received a letter attaching the local impact assessment (Annexures 1 and 2) lodged with the Casino, Liquor and Gaming Control Authority in connection with a gaming machine threshold increase application. On 24 November, 2010 the letter and annuxures were circulated to Councillors on the Council's intranet portal with the folllowing advice:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARYTo update reports on Legal Matters Involving Court Action and Limited Consents that are actioned by the Planning and Development Directorate.AUTHOR RECOMMENDATIONTHAT the information be received and noted.REPORT DETAILSThe attached reports are updated for the information of Councillors.COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION - PPETHAT the information be received and noted.