Ordinary Council Meeting

 

Supplementary BUSINESS PAPER

 

 

 

MAYORAL MINUTES

&

URGENT BUSINESS ITEMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 26 May 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Administrative Centre 30 Frances Street Randwick 2031

Telephone: 02 9399 0999 or

1300 722 542 (for Sydney metropolitan area)

Fax:02 9319 1510

general.manager@randwick.nsw.gov.au

www.randwick.nsw.gov.au


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26 May 2009

 

 

Ordinary Council Meeting

 

 

Notice is hereby given that an Ordinary Council Meeting of the Council of the City of Randwick will be held in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, 90 Avoca Street, Randwick, on Tuesday, 26 May 2009 at 6:00pm.

 

Mayoral Minutes

 

MM36/09   South Maroubra Village Green Art Show - Request to waive fees

MM37/09   Financial assistance - SHINE for Kids 'Children's Variety Extravaganza'

MM38/09   Waiving of fees - Maroubra fun run and oktoberfest

MM39/09   Mayoral Charity Ball

MM40/09   Meeting of Mayors and General Managers - Anti-Social Behaviour Issues

MM41/09   IPWEA Engineering Excellence Award

MM42/09   Cancer Council Eastern Suburbs Relay For Life

MM43/09   Reinstatement of July Ordinary Council Meeting  

 

Urgent Business

 

GM24 /09   United Nations Association (Australia) World Environment Day in Melbourne, 5 June 2009

GM25/09    Council's Nominees for Joint Regional Planning Committee.......................... 47         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM36/09

 

 

Subject:                  South Maroubra Village Green Art Show - Request to waive fees

Folder No:                   F2009/07550

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

An application has been received from Mr Richard Walsh for the South Maroubra Village Green Art Exhibition to be held from 12-15 November 2009.

 

Issues

 

The Art Exhibition will be located at the southern section of the South Maroubra Village Green adjacent to the car park of the South Maroubra Shopping Village and the aim of the show is to enable local artists to display their work publicly. 

 

This event is a non-profit community event and Mr Walsh is requesting that due to the nature of the Art Exhibition that the appropriate fees be waived. 

 

The associated fees are:              Administration Fee;   $250.00

 

 

Financial impact statement

 

Should Council accept the report recommendation, the financial implication to Council is $250.00 which will be charged to the 2009-2010 Contingency Fund.

 

Conclusion

 

It is considered that Council should support the South Maroubra Village Green Art Exhibition as it is a well received community event held each year and that it be supported through its ‘in kind’ sponsorship with the waiving of fees.

 

 

Recommendation

 

That:

 

a)     the Administration Fee in the amount of $250.00 be waived and funds be charged to the 2009-2010 Contingency Fund;

 

b)     the activity organisers undertake to appropriately and prominently acknowledge and promote Council’s contribution prior to and during the activity; and

 

c)     the Mayor or his representative be given the opportunity to address the activity on behalf of Council.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM37/09

 

 

Subject:                  Financial assistance - SHINE for Kids 'Children's Variety Extravaganza'

Folder No:                   F2005/00182

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

The General Manager of ‘SHINE for Kids’ has written to Council requesting support for 20 local (Coogee and Maroubra) wheelchair children to have an outing to the movies.

 

Issues

 

SHINE for Kids has indicated that 20 local (Coogee and Maroubra) wheelchair children missed out on support at the charities annual Xmas show last year.  The charity subsequently promised that they would take the children for a day out to the movies.

 

SHINE for Kids is a not-for-profit organisation operating on a small budget within the community.  SHINE for Kids’ ability to assist and support our local families and their kids is largely determine by the active participation and commitment of their volunteers.

 

The cost to support 20 local wheelchair children to attend the day out at the movies is $1,000.00.

 

Financial impact statement

 

Should the recommendation be adopted, the $1,000.00 donation will be funded from the 2008-09 Contingency Fund.

 

Conclusion

 

It is recommended that Council provide financial assistance for this worthy project and donate $1,000.00 to SHINE for Kids to allow 20 local wheelchair children to have a day out at the movies.

 

 

Recommendation

 

That Council donate $1,000.00 to SHINE for Kids to allow 20 local (Coogee and Maroubra) children to have a day out at the movies and that the funds be allocated from the 2008-09 Contingency Fund.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM38/09

 

 

Subject:                  Waiving of fees - Maroubra fun run and oktoberfest

Folder No:                   F2004/08114

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

An application has been received from Mr Richard Walsh on behalf of the Maroubra and Districts Chambers of Commerce and the South Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club to hold their annual Fun Run, Oktoberfest on Sunday, 25 October 2009.  Mr Walsh has requested that Council’s fees regarding all activities and food vendors attending the event be waived and that Council further contribute funds to the running of the event.

 

Issues

 

An assessment of the applicable fees are as follows:

 

Hiring of Stage, Chairs and Tables                       $2,451.80

Three mobile food vans & food stalls ($95 each)            $   285.00  

Administration Fee                                                    $   330.00 

Equipment Hire Fee                                                   $   500.00

Bin Hire x 20 (supply and remove)                        $1,000.00  

Total:                                                                    $4,566.80

 

It is considered that the Maroubra Fun Run, Oktoberfest is a non-profit community event and that funds be allocated to cover the costs of hiring a stage and other fees associated with the event.

 

Often in the conducting of large events such as this, Council’s property is damaged.  It is necessary that the organiser of the event, Mr Richard Walsh, on behalf of the Maroubra and Districts Chambers of Commerce and the South Maroubra Surf Lifesaving Club be advised in writing that should Council property be damaged in any way the organisers of the event are liable and that the organisers acknowledge this in writing prior to the event.

 

Financial impact statement

 

In the event that Council accepts the report recommendation, the direct financial implication to Council will be a contribution of $4,566.80 from the 2009-10 Contingency Fund.

 

Conclusion

 

Given that the level of support being offered by Council is substantial, it would be appropriate that Council be treated as a co-operative partner and be included in the event promotion.  This will ensure Council is acknowledged for its support of local community events in the eyes of the community.

 


 

Recommendation

 

That

 

a)     Council vote $4,566.80 to cover the costs associated with Council’s contribution towards the organising of the Maroubra Fun Run, Oktoberfest to be held on Sunday 25 October 2009, and that these funds be allocated from the 2009-2010 Contingency Fund.

 

b)     Council advise the organisers of the Maroubra Fun Run and Oktoberfest that Council be given adequate and appropriate acknowledgement for its contribution to the running of this event.  Such acknowledgement to include Council’s logo for inclusion on promotional literature and Council’s banner be displayed at the event.

 

c)     the organisers be advised that Council requires an acceptance in writing that should Council property be damaged in any way the organisers of the event will compensate Council for the repair or replacement of the damaged item(s).

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM39/09

 

 

Subject:                  Mayoral Charity Ball

Folder No:                   F2008/00398

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

In 2009 Council will celebrate 150 years of Local Government in Randwick after being incorporated under the Municipalities Act 1858 on 22 February 1859.

 

As part of the sesquicentenary year celebrations it is proposed to hold a Mayoral Ball on Saturday 12 September 2009. The event will pay homage to traditional Mayoral Balls and will raise funds for two worthwhile charities. We have had preliminary discussions with the Sydney Children’s Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation as the beneficiaries of this event. Both support local community groups and funds raised are able to be targeted towards these programs.

 

This event will be held in September in order to allow enough planning time, and tie in with Spring themes such as hope and life.

 

Issues

 

The event will be a ticketed and invitation only event, with funds raised being split between the two charities. In addition to ticket sales a charity auction could be held to raise additional funds.

 

The Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation was formed to encourage, support, and assist The Prince of Wales Hospital in the fields of research, education, and any particular activities and projects of the Hospital, which are consistent with its service plan and to raise, receive and apply money and property for such purposes.

 

The Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation is the principal fundraising body for the Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick. They are dedicated to working with the community to improve quality of life of seriously ill children from across NSW and beyond.

 

Invitees to the ball will include Ministers of State, Councillors, corporate partners, business associates and supporters of chosen charities. 

 

The event will provide Council with an opportunity to raise funds for a worthwhile cause as well as bring together colleagues and community members for an enjoyable and memorable occasion. The ball will also be held to advance the Council’s community development objectives. The UNSW Regiment Band has indicated a strong interest in playing at events such as this.

 

In our 150th year, it is fitting that Randwick City hold a ball in honour of this celebration as well as support worthwhile charities benefiting our local communities.

 

Financial impact statement

 

An amount of $10 000 is allocated for a Civic Reception in the 2009-2010 budget and as this is a ticketed event there will be no additional cost to Council.

 


Conclusion

 

2009 is Council’s 150 year anniversary, an exceptional and significant milestone in the history of Council. It is important to commemorate this year with a number of events celebrating our history. It is also important to recognise and support two worthwhile charities supporting our local communities.

 

 

 

Recommendation

 

That this Mayoral Minute be received and noted and planning for a 2009 Randwick City Mayoral Ball commence.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM40/09

 

 

Subject:                  Meeting of Mayors and General Managers - Anti-Social Behaviour Issues

Folder No:                   F2009/00164

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

This Council is well aware of the costs to our community with respect to addressing issues associated with alcohol related crime and anti-social behaviour, vandalism and graffiti. These costs impact our community from, both, a financial and social perspective.

 

The purpose of this Mayoral Minute is to inform Council of an important forum, which I am currently participating in with our General Manager and the Mayors and General Managers of Sutherland Shire Council, Waverley Council, Manly Council, Pittwater Council and Warringah Council (Sydney Beachside Councils) who have come together to address, collectively, this important issue.

 

Issues

 

The Sydney Beachside Councils’ forum, which has met in March and May 2009, has identified seven (7) anti-social issues that are negatively impacting our respective Local Government Areas:

 

1.  Late closing times of hotels and night-clubs

2.  Alcohol related Legislation and its application

3.  Graffiti and Vandalism

4.  Uncontrolled alcohol-fuelled gatherings in public and private places

5.  Enforcement, crime prevention and education resources and support

6.  Transport from Late Trading Premises

7.  Accountability of Licensed Premises of patrons within and leaving these premises

 

Plainly, to address these problems in a holistically manner - which regrettably adversely impact all our Councils in varying degrees - requires a collaborative response from State and Local government.

 

To assist with addressing these complex issues, and importantly to engage the relevant State agencies, the Sydney Beachside Councils forum yesterday publicly released its Report titled “Managing the challenge of anti-social issues experienced by Sydney Beachside Councils”.

 

This important Report not only identifies the particular issues and the difficulties we face when addressing them, but also puts forward sensible recommendations for State government to bring about practical solutions which could be implemented at a local level to reduce the impact of the broad range of anti-social we experience, commonly.

 

 

 

Financial impact statement

 

There is no direct financial impact for this matter.

 

Conclusion

 

As the Sydney Beachside Councils’ Report title aptly describes, ‘managing the challenge’ of anti-social behaviour, in their various manifestations, experienced in our respective LGAs is a challenge which requires developing and implementing solutions collaborative by Local and State government.

 

In this regard, I wish to commend to Randwick City Council the Sydney Beachside Councils’ Report titled “Managing the challenge of anti-social issues experienced by Sydney Beachside Councils” and the recommendations it articulates.

 

The Report has been forwarded to the Premier of New South Wales and the various State Ministers for their consideration.

 

 

 

Recommendation

 

That:

 

a)     Randwick City Council receive and note the Report released by the forum of Sydney Beachside Councils titled Managing the challenge of anti-social issues experienced by Sydney Beachside Councils, dated May 2009, and

 

b)     Randwick City Council provides its support to the Sydney Beachside Councils forum to continue its work to engage with the State government to implement the Reports recommendations.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

1.View

Sydney Beachside Councils on Anti-Social Behaviour Issues Paper 25 May 2009

 

 

2.View

Media Release 25 May 2009 - Sydney Beachside Councils - Antisocial Behaviour

 

 

 

 

 


Sydney Beachside Councils on Anti-Social Behaviour Issues Paper 25 May 2009

Attachment 1

 

 


























 


Media Release 25 May 2009 - Sydney Beachside Councils - Antisocial Behaviour

Attachment 2

 

 


 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM41/09

 

 

Subject:                  IPWEA Engineering Excellence Award

Folder No:                   F2009/00178

Author:                   Joe Ingegneri, Co-ordinator Engineering Services     

 

Introduction

 

Randwick Council recently nominated the Pioneers Park project for the 2009 Engineering Excellence Awards conducted by the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA).

 

Issues

 

Randwick Council nominated Pioneers Park - Remediation and Stormwater Irrigation project under the IPWEA’s Engineering Excellence Awards.  The project nomination outlined the remediation work to the former landfill site at Pioneers Park and the incorporated water reuse project.

 

The project was nominated under the category of Environmental Enhancement Project or Initiative.

 

The Pioneers Park - Remediation and Stormwater Irrigation project was declared the winning entry in a tightly contested field of projects at the recent Awards dinner held on 18 May 2009.

 

The key staff members involved in the project were George Bounassif and Zaman Shamsuz.

 

Financial impact statement

 

There is no direct financial impact for this matter.

 

Conclusion

 

Winning the 2009 Environmental Enhancement Project or Initiative demonstrates a focus and commitment to excellence in the implementation of major projects.  The staff involved should be recognised and congratulated for their efforts. 

 

 

 

Recommendation

 

That the winning of the IPWEA’s 2009 Engineering Excellence Award for Pioneers Park, Malabar be received and noted.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM42/09

 

 

Subject:                  Cancer Council Eastern Suburbs Relay For Life

Folder No:                   F2009/00041

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

The inaugural Eastern Suburbs ‘Relay For Life’ was held at McKay Oval in Centennial Park on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 May 2009.  The event brought together the three (3) eastern suburbs councils – Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra – and the Centennial Parklands Trust.

 

Relay For Life, a 24 hour walkathon, is a fun, outdoor and overnight fundraising event for the Cancer Council, where teams of 10 to 15 people take turns to walk around a local oval (in this case McKay Oval in Centennial Park).  The event honours those whose lives have been touched by cancer.

 

Issues

 

Council has formed a ‘community partnership’ with the Cancer Council and supported the event in this capacity.  Council also agreed to fund the cost of hiring safety equipment for the event.

 

The Eastern Suburbs Relay For Life was a very successful event, with 41 teams participating and $87,000 being raised for cancer research.  Over the weekend there was live entertainment, kid’s activities, market stalls and food stalls, resulting in a very positive atmosphere.

 

A number of Councillors and Council staff participated in the event and entered into the spirit of the day, through fundraising, dressing up and cooking etc.

 

Financial impact statement

 

There is no direct financial impact for this matter.

 

Conclusion

 

The inaugural Eastern Suburbs Relay For Life proved to be a very successful event and, as a result, it is likely that it will become a regular on the Cancer Council fundraising calendar.

 

 

Recommendation

 

That the Councillors and staff who participated in the inaugural Eastern Suburbs Relay For Life event be thanked for their participation/contribution.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

 


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

Mayoral Minute No. MM43/09

 

 

Subject:                  Reinstatement of July Ordinary Council Meeting

Folder No:                   F2008/00398

Author:                   Councillor Notley-Smith, Mayor     

 

Introduction

 

At the 28 April Ordinary Council Meeting it was resolved:

 

‘(Tracey/Bowen) that:

 

a)   the July ordinary Council meeting be cancelled in order to facilitate the mayoral visit planned for July 2009; and

 

b)   the Mayor and his partner be authorised to represent Council on this visit to mark Council’s 150 year anniversary with accommodation and sustenance expenses being funded from the 2009-10 budget in accordance with the Councillors Expenses and Facilities Policy.’

 

Issues

 

It has come to my attention that there are two significant matters that necessitate the July Council Meeting being reinstated, even in the absence of the Mayor.

 

The first issue is Council’s proposed Environmental Levy, which is currently on public exhibition.

 

The Budget, Fees and Charges and Delivery Plan are proposed to be placed before Council on 23 June 2009 for adoption.  Following the adoption of the 2009-10 Budget, Council is required to advise the Minister for Local Government if it wishes to proceed with the Environmental Levy, having regard to submissions received, if any.  If Council wishes to proceed the Department of Local Government will advise if the application for Special Variation has been approved and Council will be required to ratify the Department’s decision.

 

Under section 533 of the Local Government Act, July 31 is the last day for the making of rates.

 

The second issue that requires attention is the referral of Council’s 2008-09 Financial Reports to audit.  Under section 416(1) of the Local Government Act a Council’s Financial Reports must include a statement made by resolution of Council and signed by the Mayor and at least one other Councillor, referring the completed Statements to audit in accordance with Australian Accounting Standards.

 

As Council would be aware, Randwick City, as a high performing organisation and a leader in local government, was the first Council in NSW to have its completed and audited Annual Statements to the Department of Local Government in 2008.  Council is highly regarded within the industry for this achievement and the requirement to resolve to refer the completed Statements to the auditor in July is critical in maintaining this position.

 


Financial impact statement

 

There is no direct financial impact for this matter.

 

Conclusion

 

It is recommended that the Ordinary Council Meeting of 28 July 2009 be reinstated and advertised accordingly.

 

 

Recommendation

 

That the 28 July 2009 Ordinary Council Meeting be reinstated.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

 

  


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

 

General Manager's Report No.

GM24/09

 

Subject:                  United Nations Association (Australia) World Environment Day in Melbourne, 5 June 2009

Folder No:                   F2004/08350

Author:                   Peter Maganov, Manager Sustainability     

 

Introduction

 

Councillors are invited to attend the United Nations Association (Australia), World Environment Day Awards in Melbourne on Friday, 5 June 2009.

 

Issues

 

Randwick Council has received notice from the United Nations Association (Australia) that it is finalist in 2 categories for the annual World Environment Day Awards being held in Melbourne on Friday, 5 June 2009. These prestigious awards recognise sustainability efforts and initiatives across business, community, government and the media around Australia, held each year as part of the World Environment Day celebrations under the auspices of the United Nations Environment Program.

 

Council is a finalist on behalf of 11 other NSW Councils for the Local Government Emissions Trading Scheme (LGETS) in the “Meeting the Greenhouse Challenge” category, and in the “Overall Sustainability” category for Local Councils across Australia.

 

It is proposed that the Mayor and Council staff that worked on these two projects attend the awards as well as interested Councillors. The Awards are announced at a dinner event on the evening of Friday, 5 June 2009 in Melbourne.

 

Relationship to City Plan

 

The relationship with the City Plan is as follows:

 

Outcome 10:      A Healthy Environment.

Direction 10(a):  Council is a leader in fostering environmentally sustainable practices.

 

Financial impact statement

 

Travel and accommodation costs associated with the awards will be paid for from Council’s 2008/09 budget.

 

 

Recommendation

 

That Councillors advise the General Manager by Wednesday, 27 May 2009, whether they wish to attend the World Environment Day Awards in Melbourne on Friday, 5 June 2009.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

Nil

  


Ordinary Council

26 May 2009

 

 

General Manager's Report No. GM25/09

 

 

Subject:                  Council's Nominees for Joint Regional Planning Committee

Folder No:                   F2009/08174

Author:                   Ray Brownlee, General Manager     

 

Introduction

 

The New South Wales Planning Reform in 2008 foreshadowed the establishment of Joint Regional Planning Panels (JRPPs). The JRPPs will be charged with the responsibility of determining applications classified as regional development. The JRPPs are also to advise the Minister on environmental planning instruments of regional significance if requested by the Minister.

 

The Minister for planning, the Hon Kristina Keneally, MP has written to all Councils in NSW and has asked Councils to nominate two members to be part of the Panels.

 

It is recommended that Council nominates two Councillors to be panel members.

 

Issues

 

The development applications for projects classified as regional development will be referred to JRPP for determination.

 

The regional development projects will include:

 

1.     Commercial, residential, retail and tourism with Capital Investment Value (CIV) between $10M and $100M.

 

2.     Public and private community infrastructure and ecotourism with a CIV of more than $5M.

 

3.     Designated development (Environmental Impact Statement – EIS is required).

 

4.     Certain major coastal development.

 

5.     When Council is the proponent or is conflicted in relation to a development with a CIV of more than 5M.

 

Within the Sydney Metropolitan Region there will be two panels. These are Sydney

Metro East Region and Sydney Metro West Region.

 

Based on the criteria identified above, Randwick Council could potentially have

less than 10 applications per annum applications that fall within JRPPs development.

 

The JRPPs will be comprised of 5 members. Three of the members will be appointed by the Minister. The Panel is not subject to the direction or control of the Minister. These members must have expertise in planning, architecture, environment, heritage, urban design, land economics, traffic and transport, law, engineering and tourism.

 

Council has been asked to nominate two representatives to become panel members when regional development applications for Randwick Council will be considered by the Panel. Council has also been asked to nominate an alternate when one of its nominees is unable to attend. At least one of Council’s nominees must have expertise in the fields detailed above. The Departments guidelines outline the requirements and suitability for the membership.

 

The guidelines note that the Council’s nominees for the JRPP will not present the view of the Council during the discussion of the JRPP but their own consideration of the application (Section 6 of the attached Expression of Interest document).

 

All members of JRPPs including the Council’s members are not to express an opinion/position prior to the DA being finalised for JRPPs consideration. This is similar to current situation that requires councillors refrain from expressing an opinion/position until the assessment is finalised.

 

Council officers will be responsible for the assessment of applications. In other words, with regard to Randwick Council’s regional development application the relevant Randwick Council officers will assess the application and will report it to the JRPP for determination.

 

Council will have the opportunity to provide its views to the JRPP through a submission. Council officers will be developing a protocol surrounding the reporting of applications to Council when JRPP is the determining authority.

 

Councils may choose to undertake a local Expression of Interest (EOI) process to identify members of the community who would make suitable members of the JRPP. This could be undertaken through existing channels such as Council’s Mayoral Column in the local media, Council’s website or newsletter (where applicable).

 

Council’s nominees

 

As one of Council’s nominees must have high level expertise in one of the fields above, it is proposed to recommend Councillor Scott Nash to be one of the nominees. Councillor Nash has qualifications in law and has completed a Masters Degree in City and Town Planning. He also advocates in various planning matters at the Land and Environment Court of NSW.

 

Council’s second nominee will need to have a broad range of skills in planning and development matters.

 

Relationship to City Plan

 

The relationship with the City Plan is as follows:

 

Outcome 4:       Excellence in urban design and development.

Direction 4b:      New and existing development is managed by a robust framework.  

 

Financial impact statement

 

The Department of Planning is yet to provide Council with information detailing the lodgement, advertising and the fees associated with the developments subject to JRPP determination. Council will raise these issues in discussion with the Department and the outcomes will be reported to Council.

 

 


 

Recommendation

 

That:

 

a)     Council endorse Councillor Scott Nash to be Randwick City Council’s nominee on the JRPP;

 

b)     Council nominate a second Councillor for the JRPP; and

 

c)     Council nominate a Councillor as an alternate member on the JRPP.

 

 

Attachment/s:

 

1.View

Letter from The Hon Kristina Keneally, MP and Expressions of interest and nominations for the Joint Regional Planning Panels - Information Package for Council Nominees May 2009

 

 

 

 

 


Letter from The Hon Kristina Keneally, MP and Expressions of interest and nominations for the Joint Regional Planning Panels - Information Package for Council Nominees May 2009

Attachment 1