MINUTES OF Works Committee Meeting of the Council of the City
The Mayor, Councillor J Procopiadis (West Ward)
Central Ward - Councillors A Andrews, T Seng &
East Ward - Councillors T Bowen & M Matson
North Ward - Councillors K Smith, P Tracey &
South Ward - Councillors R Belleli & C Matthews (Chairperson)
West Ward - Councillor B Hughes
General Manager Mr R Brownlee
Director City Services Mr J Frangoples
Director Governance & Financial Services Mr G Banting
Manager Administrative Services Mr D Kelly
Manager Integrated Transport Mr T Lehmann
Apologies/Granting of Leave of Absences
Apologies were received from Crs Nash, Notley-Smith and White.
RESOLVED: (ANdrews/Seng) that the apologies received from Crs Nash, Notley-Smith and White be accepted and leave of absence from the meeting be granted.
Confirmation of the Minutes
RESOLUTION: (Belleli/Andrews) that the Minutes of the Works
Committee Meeting held on
Declarations of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Interests
Address of Council by Members of the Public
(Woodsmith/Bowen) that the
Council-owned Ficus Hillii
(Hills Weeping fig) growing outside
MOTION: (Woodsmith/Bowen) CARRIED - SEE RESOLUTION.
a) delays mattress recycling until the expiry of the current dry waste disposal contract in 2012; and
b) considers the inclusion of mattress recycling in its next disposal contract.
MOTION: (Andrews/Smith) CARRIED - SEE RESOLUTION.
a) Council take appropriate action to ensure an active role on the Corridor Working Group to be formed for the proposed Transit Corridors within the Randwick LGA recommended by the Green Square TMAP report.
b) Council support the
objectives of the Green Square TMAP subject to the Ministry of Transport,
c) Council undertake intersection traffic surveys on a regular basis at key locations to monitor traffic movements to and from the Green Square Urban Renewal Area.
d) Council write to the
Minister for Roads and Minister for Planning to confirm the current status of
the proposed ramps on
e) In the event that the
proposed ramps secure the required AusLink funding, Council seek funding from
the RTA to develop a Traffic Management Strategy for the Kensington and
i) Upgrading of the
ii) Upgrading of the signalised
iii) Improving or at least
maintaining the existing levels of service and residential amenity of the
iv) The provision of cycle ways
v) The provision of additional pedestrian facilities.
f) Council support a further, more detailed examination of the
RTAs proposal to prevent eastbound traffic on
g) Council support a further, more detailed investigation of the
proposal to line mark
h) A Pedestrian and Mobility Plan (PAMP) to enhance pedestrian
access and safety within the Kensington and
i) An investigation be undertaken to identify the causes of road
crashes and recommend remedial treatments at
j) The RTA be requested to undertake investigations to identify the causes of road crashes and implement remedial treatments along Anzac Parade.
k) Council have the remaining traffic measures detailed within Appendix B reviewed for appropriateness, properly designed, costed and then referred to the local precinct and immediately neighbouring residents to gauge current community opinion on the proposals. In addition, that a full Local Area Traffic Management Scheme Study of the area be undertaken to examine current traffic impacts, possible future traffic impacts and to recommend further treatments to address the impacts of such traffic upon the community.
l) A report then be bought back to Council for the consideration of the implementation and funding of these traffic measures.
MOTION: (Hughes/Mayor, Cr J Procopiadis) CARRIED - SEE RESOLUTION.
Notices of Rescission Motions
The meeting closed at .
The minutes of this meeting were confirmed at the Works Committee
Meeting of the Council of the City of