Council MEETING

MINUTES OF MEETING

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

 Present

Council Members

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou

Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu

Councillor V Badalati

Councillor C Drane

Councillor C Hindi

Councillor R Kastanias

Councillor P Sansom

Councillor D Sin

Councillor M Stevens

Councillor B Thomas

Councillor C Wu

 

Council Staff

General Manager, Mr V Lampe

Director Administration, Mr J Tripp

Director Planning & Development, Mr M Watt

Director Service Delivery, Mr L O'Connor

Internal Ombudsman, Mr W Park

Chief Financial Officer, Mr T Caltabiano

Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst

Manager Public Relations & Events, Ms T Abraham

Manager Development Assessment, Ms T Christy

Manager Strategic Planning, Ms C Gregory

Manager Environmental Services, Mr G Dickens

Manager Library, Museum and Gallery, Ms R Schulz

Manager Property Assets, Mr G Davis

Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito

Senior Traffic Engineer, Mrs S Selim

Building Maintenance Officer, Mr D Hunter

Strategic Planner, Mr K Sanderson

Manager Corporate Governance & Records, Mrs K Garske

Governance Officer, Mr D Henkel

 

Opening

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou opened the meeting at 7:02pm.

 

Following the National Anthem, the meeting was led in the Opening Prayer by Rev. David MacDougall.

 

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou stated "Council wishes to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which this meeting is being held as the Bidjigal people of the Eora Nation."

 

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou also made a statement about audio and video recordings of the Council Meeting.

 

Apologies 

Apologies were tendered on behalf of Councillor J Mining.

 

Minute No. 70

RESOLVED THAT apologies be accepted and leave of absence granted for Councillor J Mining.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor R Kastanias)

Mayoral Minutes

Minute No. 71

Councillors, tonight’s Mayoral Minute relates to two items.

1.  I am pleased to advise that Service NSW is planning a one stop shop government transaction service for residents and businesses in Hurstville. Service NSW was set up in 2013 to make government transactions easier for community members. More than 850 NSW Government transactions will be available through the new centre including driver licences, vehicles registrations, boating licences, applications for birth certificates, owner builder permits and Seniors Card. The centre will be of great benefit to our local community as it will offer expanded services, expanded hours and more convenience.

2.  It gives me great pleasure to advise that Council has retained the annual Mayoral Golf Day trophy for another 12 months. At the event on 4 April 2014, the Mayor’s team, which comprised Victor Lampe, Dean Hunter, Garry Dickens and myself, played an outstanding round to claim victory from more than 200 golfers. I call upon my fellow team mates to please come forward and accept the trophy.

I move adoption of the minute.

(Moved His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou / Seconded Councillor R Kastanias)

 

Matters of Privilege

Condolences

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou advised Council:

It is with regret that I advise Council of the recent sad passing of Reginald Gasnier, AM. Mr Gasnier was born and raised in the St George area and began his rugby league career with local club Renown United before making his Dragons debut in 1959 where he went on to score 127 tries in 125 games during a nine-year career. In 1981 Reg Gasnier was selected as one of the four original 'Immortals' - the greatest ever players of the game as adjudged by Rugby League Week, of which there are now eight. Mr Gasnier was included on the National Rugby League's list of 100 greatest players and the honorary Team of the Century. He is a member of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame and Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame. He also was awarded the Order of Australia. Reg passed away on 11 May, 2014. He was 74 years old.  Reg Gasnier is survived by his wife Maureen, his two kids Peter and Kellie and four grandchildren.

 

It is with regret that I advise Council of the recent sad passing of Sir Jack Brabham.  Sir Jack was an Australian racing driver who was Formula One champion in 1959, 1960 and 1966. He was a founder of the Brabham racing team and race car constructor that bore his name. His first two titles in the Cooper Climax marked the end for front-engined Formula 1 cars. The third made him the only driver in history to win a World Championship in a car of his own manufacture, the Brabham BT19. The Hurstville born, three-time formula one world champion, passed away on 19 May at aged 88. Sir Jack Brabham is survived by his wife, Lady Margaret and sons Geoff, Gary and David.

 

Councillor P Sansom advised Council on the sad passing of Mr John Mullen who was a Charter member of Lugarno Lions Club and sadly passed away before the 40th anniversary of the Club. Cr Sansom noted that, while Mr Mullen was a quiet achiever when compared to Sir Jack Brabham, his passing is just as significant in the area.

 

Cr Sansom the spoke on the passing for Sir Jack Brabham, noting that Sir Jack Brabham was a true local, growing up in the area, and that Sir Brabham’s achievements in Formula One racing have never been surpassed.

 

A minute's silence was observed in memory of those passed.

 

Councillor V Badalati also spoke on the sad passing of Sir Jack Brabham. Cr Badalati described Sir Jack Brabham as being gentleman and modest man. Cr Badalati also commented on the sad passing of Reg Gasnier and noted that he saw Mr Gasnier play for St George and has no doubt Mr Gasnier was a contributing factor to the many premierships won by the St George Dragons. Cr Badalati echoed Council’s condolences to the Gasnier family.

 

Other

 

Councillor B Thomas sought to move a Matter of Urgency relating to the recent visit by the NSW State Cabinet to Hurstville. His Worship the Mayor, Cr J Jacovou was not satisfied as to the urgency of the matter and denied the motion.

 

Councillor C Drane sought to move a Matter of Urgency relating to the Federal Government as its effect on Local Government.  His Worship the Mayor, Cr J Jacovou was not satisfied as to the urgency of the matter and denied the motion. It was noted that the General Manager, Mr V GD Lampe advised the Council that he would keep Council updated as further information came through.

 

Councillor M Stevens advised Council that had recently attended the opening of the Rolling Stones Exhibition. Cr Stevens congratulated the Museum and Gallery staff and urged everyone to attend the exhibition. Cr Stevens also noted the Museum and Gallery are holding a related Trivia Night on 13 June 2014.

 

Disclosure of Interest

Councillor P Sansom made a non-significant, non-pecuniary declaration of interest in item CCL132-14 Request for Funding - 2014 Lugarno Spring Fair as Cr Sansom is a member of Lugarno Lions Club.

 

Councillor D Sin made a non-significant, non-pecuniary declaration of interest in item CCL127-14 2014-2015 Concessional Rental Annual Applications - Hurstville City Council facilities as Cr Sin is a Director of Chinese Australian Services Society (CASS), one of the applicants. Cr Sin advised he would not be voting on the item.

 

Councillor V Badalati made a non-significant, non-pecuniary declaration of interest in item CCL132-14 Request for Funding - 2014 Lugarno Spring Fair as Cr Badalati is a former member of the Lugarno Lions Club.

 

Minutes of previous meetings

Council Meeting - 7 May 2014

Minute No. 72

RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Council held on 7 May 2014 be adopted.

 (Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

TRAFFIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 1 May 2014

Minute No. 73

RESOLVED THAT the Minutes of the Traffic Advisory Committee Meeting held on 1 May 2014 be adopted.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor M Stevens)

 

Council Reports

CCL110-14       Minutes of the PIN Review Committee - 6 May 2014 (14/42)

(Report by Manager Environmental Services, Mr G Dickens )

Minute No. 74

RESOLVED THAT Council endorse the recommendations of the PIN Review Committee (Meeting 04/14) held on Tuesday, 6 May 2014.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor D Sin)

 

PROCEDURAL MOTION

Minute No. 75

RESOLVED THAT CCL119-14 Unit 1 159 Penshurst Street Beverly Hills - Alterations and use of premises as a place of public worship with associated signage be moved forward for consideration.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor D Sin)

 

CCL119-14       Unit 1 159 Penshurst Street Beverly Hills - Alterations and use of premises as a place of public worship with associated signage (DA2013/0237)

(Report by Senior Development Assessment Officer, Ms P Bizimis)

Minute No. 76

RESOLVED THAT the application be approved in accordance with the conditions stated in the report.

 

THAT the accessible car parking space needs to be clearly delineated and signposted accordingly and the remaining area needs to be signposted as “No Parking”.

 

FURTHER THAT condition 20 be amended to read:

• Small church group activities - Monday to Saturday 9.00am – 6.00pm

• Sunday service and church activities - Sunday 9.00am - 6.00pm

(Moved Councillor D Sin / Councillor N Liu)

For:

Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor M Stevens

 

It was noted that the second paragraph, proposed as an amendment by Cr P Sansom, was accepted by the mover and seconder.

 

It was noted that the third paragraph, proposed as an amendment by Cr B Thomas was accepted by the mover and seconder.

 

It was noted that a change to the display of voting was raised by Councillors and reverted to the standard ‘live’ display.

 

CCL111-14       42 - 44 Lawrence Street Peakhurst - Demolition of existing structures and construction of a residential flat building containing 4 x 1 bedroom 8 x 2 bedroom and 3 x 3 bedroom units with basement car parking area (DA2013/0386:3)

(Report by Senior Development Assessment Officer, Ms P Bizimis)

Minute No. 77

RESOLVED THAT the development application be refused for the following reasons:

1.  Pursuant to Section 79C(1)(b) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, the proposed development will result in adverse amenity impacts due to inadequate side boundary setbacks providing insufficient building separation from the existing and future adjacent neighbours, which results in unacceptable visual and acoustic privacy impacts.

2.  Pursuant to Section 79C(1)(b) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, the development is considered excessive with the basement level extending more than 1m above natural ground, resulting in unacceptable bulk and scale that will impact upon the adjoining side and rear neighbours and be incompatible with the desired future character of the area.

3.  Pursuant to Section 79C(1)(c) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, the site is physically constrained and is not appropriate for this type of development due to natural fall and flood affectation.

4.  Pursuant to Section 79C(1)(e) the proposed development is not considered to be in the public interest given submissions received and concerns raised over this development.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor M Stevens)

For:

Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Councillor C Hindi

 

 

CCL112-14       66 - 68 Lawrence Street Peakhurst - Demolition of existing structures and construction of a three storey residential flat building with basement car parking (DA2013/0346)

(Report by Development Assessment Officer, Mr K Kim)

Minute No. 78

RESOLVED THAT the applicant be required to undertake a redesign in order to fully meet the requirements of Council’s LEP and DCP.

(Moved Councillor M Stevens / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

Deputy Mayor; Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou, Councillor C Hindi

 

 

CCL113-14       3 - 7 Gover Street Peakhurst - Demolition of existing and construction of new three storey residential flat building containing 23 units and basement parking (DA2013/0268)

(Report by Development Assessment Officer, Mr M Raymundo)

Minute No. 79

RESOLVED THAT the applicant be required to undertake a redesign in order to fully meet the requirements of Council’s LEP and DCP.

(Moved Councillor M Stevens / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

Councillor C Hindi

 

CCL114-14       4-6 Lawrence Street Peakhurst - Demolition of the existing dwelling houses and construction of a three storey residential flat building with basement car parking (DA2013/0252)

(Report by Development Assessment Officer, Mr P Nelson)

Minute No. 80

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for a site inspection.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

 

 

It was noted that the motion was carried unanimously.

 

CCL115-14       67 Trafalgar Street Peakhurst - Demolition of existing dwelling and construction of three storey multi dwelling housing development comprising of four (4) x dwellings with basement parking and strata subdivision (DA2013/0371)

(Report by Senior Development Assessment Officer, Ms T Gizzi)

Minute No. 81

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for a site inspection.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

 

 

It was noted that the motion was carried unanimously.

 

CCL116-14       928 Forest Road Peakhurst - Construction of multiple dwelling development comprising four (4) dwellings (DA2013/0410)

(Report by Development Assessment Officer, Mr K Kim)

Minute No. 82

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for a site inspection.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

 

 

It was noted that the motion was carried unanimously.

 

CCL117-14       924 Forest Road Peakhurst - Demolition of existing structures and construction of 3 x 3 bedroom and 1 x 2 bedroom dwellings as multi dwelling housing and front fence and strata subdivision into four allotments (DA2013/0420)

(Report by Senior Development Assessment Officer, Ms P Bizimis)

Minute No. 83

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for a site inspection.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

 

 

It was noted that the motion was carried unanimously.

 

CCL118-14       63 Cairns Street Riverwood - Demolition of existing structures and construction of multiple dwelling development comprising five (5) dwellings (DA2014/0164)

(Report by Development Assessment Officer, Mr K Kim)

Minute No. 84

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for a site inspection.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor P Sansom)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu, Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

 

 

It was noted that the motion was carried unanimously.

 

CCL120-14       115 Penshurst Street Penshurst - Demolition of existing dwelling and structures and construction of new multiple dwelling development with strata subdivision (DA2013/0325)

(Report by Development Assessment Officer, Mr K Kim)

Minute No. 85

RESOLVED THAT the application be approved in accordance with the conditions included in the report.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor M Stevens)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

 

 

It was noted that the motion was carried unanimously.

 

CCL121-14       112 Arcadia Street Penshurst - Alterations and additions to an existing dual occupancy comprising ground and first floor additions to the rear dwelling and Torrens title subdivision (DA2013/0429)

(Report by Senior Development Assessment Officer, Ms T Gizzi)

Minute No. 86

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for a site inspection.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor R Kastanias)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

Councillor P Sansom

 

CCL122-14       Submissions received to Public Exhibition of Draft Development Control Plan No 1 - LGA Wide (14/634)

(Report by Manager Strategic Planning, Ms C Gregory)

It was noted that Councillor P Sansom moved the following motion, seconded by Councillor R Kastanias.

THAT Council resolve, pursuant to Section 74C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, and in accordance with Clause 21 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, to approve the amendment to DCP No.1 – LGA Wide, as described in this report.

 

THAT Council include a Savings and Transitional provision in the proposed amendment to DCP No.1 – LGA Wide, which will result in the amendment applying only to Development Applications lodged on or after the effective date of the Plan.

 

THAT Council give public notice of the decision to approve the amendment to DCP No.1 – LGA Wide, in the local paper within 28 days in accordance with Clause 21(4) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.

 

THAT Council endorse the Director Planning and Development to make minor modifications to any numerical, typographical, interpretation and formatting errors, if required, in the finalisation of the draft plan.

 

FURTHER THAT those persons who made a submission regarding the draft amendments to DCP No.1, be advised of Council’s resolution.

 

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor M Stevens

Against:

Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane, Councillor C Hindi; Councillor D Sin; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

 

On being put, the motion was declared lost.

 

During discussion on the above motion, Councillor V Badalati foreshadowed the motion as noted below:

Minute No. 87

RESOLVED THAT Council resolve, pursuant to Section 74C of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, and in accordance with Clause 21 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000, to approve the amendment to DCP No.1 – LGA Wide, deleting the savings and transitional provisions.

 

THAT Council resolve to not include the savings and transitional provisions in the proposed amendment to DCP No. 1 – LGA Wide.

 

THAT Council give public notice of the decision to approve the amendment to DCP No.1 – LGA Wide, in the local paper within 28 days in accordance with Clause 21(4) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.

 

THAT Council endorse the Director Planning and Development to make minor modifications to any numerical, typographical, interpretation and formatting errors, if required, in the finalisation of the draft plan.

 

FURTHER THAT those persons who made a submission regarding the draft amendments to DCP No.1, be advised of Council’s resolution.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor D Sin)

For:

Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor C Hindi ; Councillor D Sin; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor R Kastanias;

 

It was noted that during discussion on the original motion, His Worship the Mayor, Cr J Jacovou relinquished the Chair at 8:38pm to Deputy Mayor, Cr N Liu, and resumed the Chair at 8:41pm.

 

It was noted that His Worship the Mayor, Cr J Jacovou advised the Council he would be proposing a rescission motion on this matter.

 

CCL123-14       Commercial Centres Study for Local and Neighbourhood  Centres - Hurstville LEP 2012   (12/2129)

(Report by Manager Strategic Planning, Ms C Gregory)

Minute No. 88

RESOLVED THAT $150,000 be funded from Working Funds Surplus to the Strategic Planning Program for the engagement of Contract staff / Consultant for the Commercial Centres Study and this funding be in addition to 2014/15 Budget.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

CCL124-14       Review of Local Controls for Boarding Houses (14/765)

(Report by Executive Planner, Ms A Aversa-Morassut)

Minute No. 89

RESOLVED THAT Council confirm its policy position that boarding houses remain permitted in the B1 – Neighbourhood Centre Zone and B2 – Local Centre Zone under Hurstville Local Environmental Plan 2012, and B4 Mixed Use Zone in Draft Hurstville LEP (Hurstville City Centre) 2014.

 

THAT Council work with the Department of Planning and Environment to develop local planning controls for boarding houses in Hurstville that consider local factors whilst still ensuring the provision of this affordable housing type in Hurstville.

 

THAT, following discussions with the Department of Planning and Environment, a further report be submitted to Council to outline an appropriate evidenced based strategy for Hurstville and the associated proposed local planning controls which would respond to that strategy.

 

FURTHER THAT Council advise the Department of Planning and Environment of its decision.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor V Badalati)

For:

His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou; Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu; Councillor V Badalati; Councillor C Drane; Councillor R Kastanias; Councillor P Sansom; Councillor D Sin; Councillor M Stevens; Councillor B Thomas; Councillor C Wu

Against:

Councillor C Hindi

 

CCL125-14       Certificate of Cash and Investments as at 30 April 2014 (13/1501)

(Report by Financial Accountant and Risk Management, Ms R Matienga)

Minute No. 90

RESOLVED THAT the Certificate of Cash and Investments be received and noted.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor P Sansom)

 

CCL126-14       2014-2015 Concessional Rental Annual Applications for Parks (13/312)

(Report by Sport and Recreation Officer, Ms C Irwin)

THAT the item be deferred to the next ordinary Council Meeting.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor C Drane)

 

It was noted that, having declared an interested in the following item, Councillor D Sin left the Chambers at 8:55pm.

 

CCL127-14       2014-2015 Concessional Rental Annual Applications - Hurstville City Council facilities (14/361)

(Report by Manager Library Museum and Entertainment, Ms R Schulz)

Minute No. 91

RESOLVED THAT concessional rental subsidies for financial year 2014-2015 totalling $267,531.06 as outlined in the report be approved and funded.

 

THAT applicants receiving concessional rental subsidies from Council be advised of such and reminded that they must acknowledge Council's sponsorship on all of their promotional material (tickets, flyers, brochures etc), in any advertising, programs and at the event/function.

 

FURTHER THAT the International Community Fellowship and the Australian Chinese Parents Association of Children with Disabilities be approved.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor N Liu)

 

It was noted that Councillor C Wu left the Chambers at 8:57pm during discussion on the above item and was not present for the vote.

 

It was noted that His Worship the Mayor, Councillor J Jacovou called a short recess at 8:58pm.

 

It was noted that the Meeting re-commenced at 9:05pm without Councillor P Sansom and Councillor R Kastanias.

 

CCL128-14       Concessional rental application - St George Youth Services (13/312)

(Report by Manager Library Museum and Entertainment, Ms R Schulz)

Minute No. 92

RESOLVED THAT the application for a concessional rental for St George Youth Services be approved.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor D Sin)

 

It was noted that Councillor V Badalati requested that item CCL126-14 2014-2015 Concessional Rental Annual Applications for Parks be re-committed as the matter was deferred in error.

 

CCL126-14       2014-2015 Concessional Rental Annual Applications for Parks (13/312)

(Report by Sport and Recreation Officer, Ms C Irwin)

Minute No. 93

RESOLVED THAT Council waive the standard booking fee for all community events listed in the report below and this be funded from “Park & Miscellaneous Community Budget” but impose a refundable damage bond to ensure the park is left clean and tidy.

 

THAT additional items requested be provided for the community events listed in the report below.

 

FURTHER THAT a refundable damage bond or cleaning deposit be imposed where applicable.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor C Drane)

 

CCL129-14       Youth Sponsorship Request - Mikaela Stevens (14/41)

(Report by Governance Officer, Mr D Henkel)

Minute No. 94

RESOLVED THAT Council endorses the donation of $350 for Mikaela Stevens under the provisions of Section 356 of the Local Government Act 1993 from the Donations (Youth Sponsorship) program budget to assist in representing Australia in the Women’s Junior Volleyball Development and to participate in the U/21 Thailand National Championships.

 

FURTHER THAT Mikaela Stevens be requested to submit a report on the results achieved at the Women’s Junior Volleyball Development and the U/21 Thailand National Championships.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor C Drane)

 

It was noted that Councillor P Sansom returned to the Chambers at 9:10pm.

 

CCL130-14       Youth Sponsorship Request - Luke Woosnam (14/41)

(Report by Governance Officer, Mr D Henkel)

Minute No. 95

RESOLVED THAT Council endorses the donation of $300 for Luke Woosnam under the provisions of Section 356 of the Local Government Act 1993 from the Donations (Youth Sponsorship) program budget to to assist in representing the NSW State Team in the National Trampoline Gymnastics Competition on 26 May 2014.

 

FURTHER THAT Luke Woosnam be requested to submit a report on the results achieved at the National Trampoline Gymnastics Competition on 26 May 2014.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor C Drane)

 

It was noted that Councillor R Kastanias returned to the Chambers at 9:15pm during discussion on the following item.

 

CCL131-14       Youth Sponsorship Request - Phoebe Au (14/41)

(Report by Governance Officer, Mr D Henkel)

Minute No. 96

RESOLVED THAT Council endorses the donation of $350 for Phoebe Au under the provisions of Section 356 of the Local Government Act 1993 from the Donations (Youth Sponsorship) program budget to to assist in representing Australia at the FISAC-IRSF Rope Skipping Youth Tournament Competition.

 

FURTHER THAT Phoebe Au be requested to submit a report on the results achieved at the FISAC-IRSF Rope Skipping Youth Tournament Competition.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor P Sansom)

 

CCL132-14       Request for Funding - 2014 Lugarno Spring Fair (14/375)

(Report by Sport and Recreation Officer, Ms C Irwin)

Minute No. 97

RESOLVED THAT the Lions Club of Lugarno be permitted to use Gannons Park from Thursday 18 September to Saturday 20 September for set-up (provided schools and seasonal users are contacted and set-up is around existing bookings) and all day Sunday 21st September 2014 being the Festival Day.

 

THAT the Lions Club of Lugarno forward details of the all amusement devices to be erected and evidence that the amusement devices are registered under the Work and Safety Regulation 2011. In addition that a copy of the Amusement Operators contract of insurance/and or indemnity which Indemnifies Council of any liability being in the amount of not less than $10millon be supplied to Council.

 

THAT the Lions Club of Hurstville supply Council with a copy of their contract of insurance/and or indemnity which Indemnifies Council of any liability, this should be in the amount of not less than $10millon.

 

THAT Council provide four staff members to service the toilets and empty bins on the festival day.

 

THAT Council waive the park hire fee, but impose a damage deposit of $1,000.

 

THAT Council provide the Lions Club of Lugarno with all requested materials and services with the exception of advertising, to be funded from the Parks Miscellaneous and Community Budget.

 

THAT the provision of the requested materials and services be on the condition that Council receives appropriate recognition on all promotional material and advertising associated with the event and that the Lions Club is notified of this requirement.

 

THAT the Lions Club of Hurstville contact Council’s Environmental Health Officer as soon as possible to advise of food stalls and vendors.

 

THAT permission be granted to use the middle section of Gannons Park between Ernest Street and Vale Lane to accommodate overflow parking.

 

THAT Council cover the cost of hire of three (3) marquees including tables and chairs, to be used in the dining section to be setup in the park, to an amount of $7,000.

 

FURTHER THAT Council reserves the right to withdraw this authority in the event of prolonged inclement weather.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

CCL133-14       Request for Additional Funding - Construction of Amenities Building at Penshurst Park (11/1014)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

It was noted that Councillor D Sin moved a motion to provide funding, seconded by Councillor Wu.  Following discussion, the motion was withdrawn and the following motion was moved.

Minute No. 98

RESOLVED THAT Council defers the matter to allow for a Quantity Survey to be completed by Council Officers.

(Moved Councillor D Sin / Councillor C Wu)

 

CCL134-14       2013 Sport and Recreation Facility Funding for Charles Street Reserve (13/958)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 99

RESOLVED THAT Council accept $25,000 from the 2013 Sport and Recreation Facility Fund to assist with the installation of a children’s bike track, rubber softfall and shade structure over the playground in Charles Street Reserve.

 

FURTHER THAT Council allocate $50,000 from the 2014/2015 Penshurst Ward Revenue Works Program to assist in the upgrading of this facility.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

It was noted that Councillor C Hindi left the Chambers at 9:27pm before voting on the following item.

 

CCL135-14       Request for Funding for Upgrade of Pole Depot Community Centre (11/520)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 100

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for further consideration at a Councillor Workshop.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor C Wu)

 

CCL136-14       Invitation - The Pole Depot Annual Fundraiser 2014 (14/39)

(Report by Manager Corporate Governance and Records, Mrs K Garske)

Minute No. 101

RESOLVED THAT Council make a donation of $1000 in lieu of attendance.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor D Sin)

 

It was noted that Councillor C Hindi returned to the Chambers at 9:30pm.

 

CCL137-14       Invitation - Kogarah Mayoral Ball (14/40)

(Report by Manager Corporate Governance and Records, Mrs K Garske)

Minute No. 102

RESOLVED THAT Hurstville City Council purchase a table of eight to the Kogarah City Council Mayoral Ball 2014.

 

FURTHER THAT interested Councillors and staff approved by the General Manager be authorised to attend on behalf of Council.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

CCL138-14       Request for Sponsorship - Recreation Sports and Aquatics Club Annual Presentation Day 2014 (14/14)

(Report by Manager Corporate Governance and Records, Mrs K Garske)

Minute No. 103

RESOLVED THAT Council provides $750 sponsorship for the Soccer Awards of the Annual RSAC Presentation Day.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor M Stevens)

 

It was noted that Councillor D Sin left the Chambers at 9:32pm.

 

CCL139-14       Mayor and Councillors Fees 2014-2015 (11/1129-2)

(Report by Manager Corporate Governance and Records, Mrs K Garske)

Minute No. 104

RESOLVED THAT Council adopts the maximum fee.

 

FURTHER THAT the draft 2014/15 Budget be amended to take into account Council’s decision.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor M Stevens)

 

CCL140-14       Civic Office Expenses Policy Review 2014 (14/506)

(Report by Manager Corporate Governance and Records, Mrs K Garske)

Minute No. 105

RESOLVED THAT the draft Civic Office Expenses Policy 2014/2015, be approved for exhibition as submitted (with any amendments made at the Council Meeting) in accordance with S253 of the Local Government Act.

 

FURTHER THAT following exhibition the matter be reconsidered by Council with any submissions received.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor M Stevens)

 

CCL141-14       Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre - Celebration of 1 Million Visitors (13/695)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 106

RESOLVED THAT Council host an Open Day at Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre on Sunday 29 June 2014 between 10am and 2pm to celebrate the one millionth visitor to the Centre.

 

THAT the one millionth visitor be presented with two (2) adult yearly gym memberships and free swimming lessons for one (1) year for two (2) children.

 

FURTHER THAT the cost of the event and prize be funded by Working Funds Surplus.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

It was noted that Councillor D Sin returned to the Chambers at 9:34pm during discussion on the following item.

 

CCL142-14       Hurstville Oval - First Grade Ground of the Year 2013-2014 (14/670)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 107

RESOLVED THAT Council make an ex-gratia payment to Mr Lewis to the amount of $1,000 awarded to him by the Sydney Cricket Association Inc.

 

FURTHER THAT Council congratulate the Hurstville Oval Ground Staff for their achievement in gaining Sydney Cricket Association Inc. First Grade Ground of the Year Competition.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor P Sansom)

 

It was noted that Councillor V Badalati requested that the Council’s congratulations be passed on to Mr Adam Lewis and his team at Hurstville Oval.

 

CCL143-14       Request to remove Two Private Street Trees - 25 Millett Street Hurstville (14/551)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 108

RESOLVED THAT the removal of (1) Liquidambar styraciflua (sweet gum) and one (1) Pinus ayacahuite (Mexican pine) private tree at the rear yard of 25 Millett Street, Hurstville be approved due to the damage they are causing to part of the property.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor D Sin)

 

CCL144-14       Options for a Residential ePanel (14/850)

(Report by Manager Public Relations and Events, Ms T Abraham)

Minute No. 109

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for further consideration.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor P Sansom)

 

CCL145-14       Return of Thanks (14/24)

(Report by Manager Corporate Governance and Records, Mrs K Garske)

Minute No. 110

RESOLVED THAT the information be received and noted.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor B Thomas)

 

It was noted that Councillor C Wu left the Chambers at 9:43pm.

 

Notices of Motion

NM009-14          Draft Development Control Plan No 1 Amendment – Multiple Dwellings – Savings Provision (11/1074)

(Report by Councillor R Kastanias)

Minute No. 111

RESOLVED THAT the report be received and noted.

(Moved Councillor R Kastanias / Councillor V Badalati)

 

NM010-14          Increasing the Number of Food Safety Seminars  (11/1074)

(Report by Deputy Mayor Councillor N Liu)

Minute No. 112

RESOLVED THAT the number of Food Safety Seminars be increased from six to eight per annum.

 

FURTHER THAT Council increase these seminars by offering one additional Cantonese and one additional Mandarin session.

(Moved Deputy Mayor, Councillor N Liu / Councillor C Hindi)

 

NM011-14          General Manager's Performance Review Process (07/1536)

(Report by Councillor B Thomas)

Minute No. 113

RESOLVED THAT to optimise corporate governance, the General Manager’s performance review in future should be held no later than 30 days after submission of the Annual Report to Council and the report of the Senior Staff Performance Review Committee be submitted to the next scheduled Council meeting (in closed session) following the review meeting.

(Moved Councillor B Thomas / Councillor V Badalati)

  

Committee of the Whole (Closed Council Meeting)

As required by Council's Code of Meeting Practice, before putting the motion below to the meeting, the Mayor requested those members of the public present to indicate whether they wished to make representations to the meeting, before it was closed to the public, as to whether that part of the meeting dealing with any or all of the above matters should or should not be closed. As no representations were received from members of the public the Mayor put the motion.

 

Minute No. 114

RESOLVED THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the following matters be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded.

 

COW035-14      Extension of SSROC Contract for the Provision of Tree Pruning Services (10/1831-2)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (d) it is considered the matter concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

COW036-14      Tender for the Reconstruction of Sportsfields at Various Locations (14/667)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (d) it is considered the matter concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

COW037-14      Tender for the Construction of the New Jubilee Park Community Centre (14/586)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (d) it is considered the matter concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

COW038-14      Tender for the Design and Construction of Amenities Buildings at Evatt Park, Rasdall Park and Peakhurst Park (14/625)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (d) it is considered the matter concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it concerns commercial information of a confidential nature that would if disclosed prejudice the position of a person who supplied it, or confer commercial advantage on a competitor of the council.

 

COW039-14      Property Matter - Memorial Square - Forest Road Hurstville (12/2129)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (c) it is considered the matter information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

COW040-14      Property Matter - 6 Smiths Avenue Hurstville (11/1806)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (c) it is considered the matter information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

COW041-14      Property Matter - 319 Forest Road Hurstville (14/770)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (c) it is considered the matter information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

COW042-14      Property Matter - River Road, Oatley (C06/37)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Act 1993, the matters dealt with in this report be considered in closed Council Meeting (Committee of the Whole) at which the press and public are excluded. In accordance with Section 10A(2) (c) it is considered the matter information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

THAT in accordance with Section 10D it is considered that if the matter were discussed in an open Council Meeting, it would on balance, be contrary to the public interest as it information that would, if disclosed, confer a commercial advantage on a person with whom the Council is conducting (or proposes to conduct) business.

 

THAT in accordance with the provisions of Section 11(2) of the Act, the reports and correspondence relating to these matters be withheld from the press and public.

 

FURTHER THAT Council now resolves itself into a Committee of the Whole (Closed Council) and in accordance with Section 10A of the Local Government Act 1993, Council Staff (other than members of the Executive, the Governance Officer and others at the invitation of the Chairperson) and members of the press and the public be excluded from the Council Chamber during consideration of the items referred to Committee of the Whole.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor C Drane)

 

It was noted that His Worship the Mayor called a short recess at 9:48pm.

 

The doors of the Council Chambers were closed following departure of the public and Council staff not required.

 

It was noted that Committee of the Whole commenced at 9:58pm with all Councillors present except Councillor R Kastanias.

 

Consideration of Committee of the Whole Recommendations

COW035-14      Extension of SSROC Contract for the Provision of Tree Pruning Services (10/1831-2)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 115

RESOLVED THAT Council extends the Contract for the Provision of Tree Pruning Services for a period of twelve (12) months commencing 1 July 2014.

 

FURTHER THAT Council Officers advise the existing Contractors in writing of the extension to their current Contract.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor P Sansom)

 

COW036-14      Tender for the Reconstruction of Sportsfields at Various Locations (14/667)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 116

RESOLVED THAT Garden Growing Solutions Pty Ltd be awarded the Contract for the reconstruction of the Peakhurst Park League Field and Gannons Park Fields 3 and 6.

 

THAT the General Manager be authorised to enter in Contracts with the preferred Contractors on behalf of Council.

 

FURTHER THAT Council notifies in writing the unsuccessful Tenderers and thanks them for their submission.

(Moved Councillor M Stevens / Councillor P Sansom)

 

It was noted that Councillor R Kastanias returned to the Chambers at 10:00pm during discussion of the above item.

 

COW037-14      Tender for the Construction of the new Jubilee Park Community Centre (14/586)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 117

RESOLVED THAT Keystone Projects Group awarded the Contract for the Construction of the Jubilee Park Community Centre.

 

THAT the General Manager be authorised to enter in Contract with the preferred Contractor on behalf of Council.

 

FURTHER THAT Council notifies in writing the unsuccessful Tenderers and thanks them for their submission.

(Moved Councillor C Hindi / Councillor B Thomas)

 

COW038-14      Tender for the Design and Construction of Amenities Buildings at Evatt Park, Rasdall Park and Peakhurst Park (14/625)

(Report by Manager Engineering Services, Mrs M Whitehurst)

Minute No. 118

RESOLVED THAT Homann Constructions Pty Ltd be awarded the Contract for the Design and Construction of the Amenities Building in Peakhurst Park.

 

THAT Trevelle Homes be awarded the Contract for the Design and Construction of the Amenities Building in Rasdall Park and Evatt Park.

 

THAT the General Manager be authorised to enter in Contracts with the preferred Contractors on behalf of Council.

 

FURTHER THAT Council notifies in writing the unsuccessful Tenderers and thanks them for their submission.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor R Kastanias)

 

COW039-14      Property Matter - Memorial Square - Forest Road Hurstville (12/2129)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

Minute No. 119

RESOLVED THAT the item be deferred for further consideration.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor C Hindi)

 

COW040-14      Property Matter - 6 Smiths Avenue Hurstville (11/1806)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

Minute No. 120

RESOLVED THAT Lot 77 is dedicated as and is held by Council as a drainage reserve.

 

THAT Lot 77 has been classified as operational land.

 

THAT Council has resolved to subdivide Lot 77 in DP 7526 into 2 Lots reserving to Council the benefit of an easement to drain water 3 metres wide over both Lots.

 

THAT Council has resolved that subject to registration of the Subdivision Plan and the Easement, the land shall cease to be held as a drainage reserve and Council shall request the LPI to issue the new Folios for Lots 1 and 2 with removal of any notation that the land is dedicated as a drainage Reserve.

 

FURTHER THAT authority be given to the Mayor and General Manager to execute all relevant documentation associated with this matter, and where necessary under the Common Seal of Council.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor B Thomas)

 

COW041-14      Property Matter - 319 Forest Road Hurstville (14/770)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

Minute No. 121

RESOLVED THAT a licence agreement be granted for the airspace above 319 Forest Road, Hurstville subject to agreement from the tenant.

 

FURTHER THAT the General Manager be authorised to execute the licence agreement and all documentation associated with the proposed licence.

(Moved Councillor P Sansom / Councillor C Hindi)

 

COW042-14      Property Matter - River Road, Oatley (C06/37)

(Report by Property Projects Coordinator, Mr B Morabito)

Minute No. 122

RESOLVED THAT the matter be deferred to the next ordinary Council Meeting.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor B Thomas)

 

Open Council

Minute No. 123

RESOLVED THAT the Committee of the Whole revert to Open Council.

(Moved Councillor B Thomas / Councillor C Hindi)

 

Report of the Committee of the Whole

Minute No. 124

RESOLVED THAT the Report of the Committee of the Whole, as orally reported to the meeting, be received and that the recommendations be adopted.

(Moved Councillor V Badalati / Councillor C Drane)

 

Conclusion

The Meeting was closed at 10:18pm.

Minutes confirmed Wednesday 4th June 2014.

 

Chairperson