Council Meeting

24 April 2018

 

 

Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting held on 24 April 2018

 

Meeting commenced at 6.34pm

 

 

 

Present:

Darcy Byrne

Julie Passas

Marghanita Da Cruz Mark Drury

Lucille McKenna OAM

Colin Hesse

Sam Iskandar

Tom Kiat

Pauline Lockie

Victor Macri

Rochelle Porteous

Vittoria Raciti

John Stamolis

Louise Steer

Anna York
Rik Hart

Elizabeth Richardson

Mayor

Deputy Mayor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

General Manager

Deputy General Manager Assets and Environment

Michael Tzimoulas

Deputy General Manager Chief Financial and Administration Officer

John Warburton

Deputy General Manager Community and Engagement

Nellette Kettle

 

John Stephens

Erla Ronan

David Birds

Ian Naylor

Katherine Paixao

Group Manager Civic and Executive Support, Integration,

Customer Service and Business Excellence

Traffic and Transport Services Manager

Group Manager Community Services and Culture

Group Manager Strategic Planning

Manager Civic and Executive Support

Business Paper Coordinator (Minute Taker)

 

 

APOLOGIES:     Nil

 

 

DISCLOSURES OF INTERESTS:         

 

Clr Lockie declared a non-significant, non-pecuniary conflict of interest in Item 14 - Late Collection of Children Fee as her daughter uses the service.

 

Motion: (Byrne/Macri)

 

THAT Council note the disclosures of interests.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

 

 

 

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

 

 

Motion: (Passas/Byrne)

THAT the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 be confirmed as a correct record, subject to:

1.    Recording Councillors Passas and Raciti voting against Sydney Metro Project Urgency Motion.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

6.38 pm - The Mayor, Clr Byrne adjourned the meeting for a short recess to allow the               Councillors to receive a short briefing on a legal matter.

6.53pm – The Mayor, Clr Byrne resumed the meeting.

 

 

C0418 Item 35    Mayoral Minute: William Lincoln

Motion: (Byrne)

 

THAT Council write a letter of condolence to the family of William Lincoln, expressing our sadness at his passing and thanking them for his many years of service to the inner west community.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

Suspension of Standing Orders

 

Motion: (Byrne/McKenna OAM)

 

THAT Council bring forward Items 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13, 15, 19, 21 and 29 to be dealt with at this time.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

Councillor Passas returned to the Meeting at 6:58 pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

C0418 Item 3      Improving Inner West Waterways

Motion: (Drury/Byrne)

 

THAT:

 

1.   Council receive a further report following the endorsement of the Our Living River Masterplan, by the Parramatta River Catchment Group – on  investigations into the Callan Park swim site;

 

2.   Council endorses addressing Parramatta River, Cooks River and Sydney Harbour waterway and catchment health through:

a.   developing whole of IWC urban ecology strategic plans with costed programs;

 

b.   preparing subcatchment plans for WSUD and green infrastructure with  areas identified as potential swim sites as a priority;

 

c.   Continuing to work regionally on plans and actions that lead to measurable improvements to water quality and ecological health; and

 

d.   Continuing to partner with research institutions to keep up-to-date with leading thinking and technologies that will help improve waterways and enable safe swimming. 

 

3.    The Mayor write to the State Government requesting a review of the Storm water Management Service Charge and apply an appropriate annual indexation to it; and

 

4.    To facilitate the goal of clean waste in our catchment areas, Council give priority to flood prevention and stormwater management by cleaning street drains more frequently and laying permeable paving in flood prone areas.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

 

C0418 Item 5      Leichhardt Flood Study and Estuarine Planning Levels Study and Flood Management Advisory Committee meeting held 14 December 2017

Motion: (Drury/McKenna OAM)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.         Adopt the draft amendments to update the Flood Control Lot Maps and the Foreshore Flood Control Lot Maps in Appendix E (Water Guidelines) Sections 4 and 5 of the Leichhardt Development Control Plan 2013, in accordance with Clause 21 of the Environmental Planning Assessment Regulation 2000;

 

2.         Place a notice in a local newspaper advising of the commencement of the amendments to Sections 4 and 5 of Leichhardt  Development Control Plan 2013 that incorporate the updated Flood Control Lot  Maps and the Foreshore Flood Control Lot Maps detailed in Part 1 of the recommendation;

 

3.         Adopt the Leichhardt Flood Study – Volume 1 & Volume 2 (Cardno, 2015 & 2014) and Estuarine Planning Levels Study (Cardno, 2010);

 

4.         Receive the minutes and adopt the recommendations of the Inner West Council Flood Management Advisory Committee held on 14 December 2017, which includes the adoption of the Leichhardt Flood Risk Management Study and Plan (Cardno, November 2017) and adoption of the Marrickville Valley Flood Risk Management Study and Plan (Cardno, September 2017); and

 

5.         Calls on the General Manger to produce a report for Council on the cost of all the flood mitigation measures arising out of the  floodplain risk management plans for all of the affected areas in the Inner West and a funding strategy to address them.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

Councillor Drury left the Meeting at 7:20 pm.

 

C0418 Item 7      Planning Proposal and Draft Development Control Plan - 17 Marion Street, Leichhardt: Community Consultation Outcomes

Motion: (McKenna OAM/Lockie)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.       Amend the Leichhardt Local Environmental Plan 2013 (LLEP) for 17 Marion Street, Leichhardt as detailed in this report;

2.       Liaise with the NSW Parliamentary Counsel's Office and the NSW Department of Planning and Environment to draft and finalise the LLEP amendment;

3.       Delegate the making of the LLEP to the General Manager;

4.       Following the completion of (3) above, request the Department of Planning and Environment to notify the Plan; and

5.       Adopt the draft Development Control Plan for 17 Marion Street, Leichhardt.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Drury

 

Councillor Drury returned to the Meeting at 7.24pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C0418 Item 10    Permitting Dogs in Pubs in the Inner West

Motion: (Byrne/York)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.       Note the outcomes of Consultation with Pub Operators;

 

2.       Note the outcomes of the Community Consultation on Dog Welcome Zone Fee Waivers;

 

3.       Amend Council’s current 2017/2018 fees and charges as follows:

          Development Application Fees charged under the Environmental Planning and      Assessment Act 1979 – All Inner West LGA; and

 

4.         Prepare a document for the community detailing the purpose of the policy and how it will operate and how it will be managed by the owners and/ or Council.

 

 

Fee Description

Proposed Fee Amendment

Development Applications associated with the establishment of new low-impact* ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’ in outdoor areas operated by Pubs”

Nil.

Modification Applications associated with the establishment of new low-impact* ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’ in outdoor areas operated by Pubs”

Nil.

Review of Determination Applications associated with the establishment of new low-impact* ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’ in outdoor areas operated by Pubs”

Nil.

 

FOOTPATH OCCUPATION

 

Approval for Footpath Occupation requires application and rental fees. The charges listed below apply to the Roads Act 1993 and fees are levied pursuant to Sections 411 and 611 of the Local Government Act 1993 – All Inner West LGA

 

Fee Description

Proposed Fee Amendment

Foot path usage applications associated with the establishment of new low-impact* ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’ in outdoor areas operated by Pubs”

Nil.

Foot path usage modification applications associated with the establishment of new low-impact* ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’ in outdoor areas operated by Pubs”

Nil.

Foot path licencing fees associated with the establishment of new low-impact* ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’

Nil.

 

 

*‘Low-impact ‘Dog-Welcome Zones’ means:

 

·    An outdoor area of a premises consistent with the definition of a pub.

 

Pub means licensed premises under the Liquor Act 2007 the principal purpose of which is the retail sale of liquor for consumption on the premises, whether or not the premises include hotel or motel accommodation and whether or not food is sold or entertainment is provided on the premises.

 

·    An outdoor area associated with a pub includes areas such as: footpath dining, courtyards or beer gardens

·    The outdoor areas will not accommodate more than twenty (20) people

·    Outdoor areas should not be used for functions and music (live or amplified)

·    The placement of tables and chairs on footpaths must accord with the relevant Development Control Plan and/or Local Approvals Policy

·    Those outdoor areas within 50m of residential premises shall be limited to opening until 7pm in the evening. Other applications seeking to use an outdoor area beyond 7pm must be accompanied by an Acoustic Report prepared by a suitably qualified expert.

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Lockie, McKenna OAM, Stamolis and York

Against Motion:          Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Macri, Passas, Porteous, Raciti and Steer

 

Foreshadowed Motion (Hesse/Steer)

 

THAT point 3 be deleted.

 

The Mayor ruled this Motion out of Order.

 

Matter Arising - Dogs in Pubs Policy

 

Motion:  (Stamolis/ Hesse)

 

THAT Council prepare a document for the community detailing the purpose of the policy and how it will operate and how it will be managed by the owners and/ or Council.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Crs Passas and Raciti

 

Councillor York left the Meeting at 8:05 pm.

 

C0418 Item 12    Victoria Road Precinct, Marrickville - Development Control Plan Amendment

Motion: (Byrne/Drury)

 

THAT:

 

1.   The shadowing diagrams for Wicks Park within this report be included in the draft Victoria Road Precinct (Precinct 47) amendment to the Marrickville Development Control Plan 2011 at Attachment 1;

 

2.    Council resolves to publicly exhibit the draft Victoria Road Precinct (Precinct 47) amendment to the Marrickville Development Control Plan 2011 (April 2018 version) at Attachment 1; and

 

3.    The post exhibition report be reported back to Council no later than the first ordinary meeting in June.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis and Steer

Against Motion:          Crs Passas and Raciti

Absent:                                  Cr York

 

Councillor York returned to the Meeting at 8:07 pm.

 

C0418 Item 13    Council Support for WestConnex Dilapidation Reporting

Motion: (Byrne/Porteous)

 

THAT Council:

1.    Establish an internal service to provide independent dilapidation reports for local property owners affected by tunnelling and construction for the WestConnex project. The service is to be offered for a period of 12 months and restricted to the employment of a single officer to undertake reports; and

2.    Prepare a report for adoption at Council (prior to the final adoption of the 2018/19 Budget) including:

a.   Options for charging a modest fee for the service that can recover some costs;

b.   Identifying how the position can be funded including the potential to fund it through already identified saving in the 2018/19 Budget;

c.   Ensuring that existing liability and risk management processes which apply to Council’s development assessment and regulatory unit are applied to the position; and

d.   Criteria for prioritisation of requests for service.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Cr Passas

 

Amendment (Kiat/Da Cruz)

 

THAT  2a of the primary motion be deleted.

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Porteous and Steer

Against Motion:           Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas,                                 Raciti, Stamolis and York

 

Matter Arising - WestConnex

 

Motion: (Porteous/Lockie)

 

THAT Council commission a comprehensive report prepared by specialist consults/s on present and predicted future air quality and health impacts of WestConnex stages 1,2 and 3 on Inner West residents and funding to be identified either from WestConnex unit existing funds or in the 2018/19 budget.

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Lockie, Porteous, Stamolis and Steer

Against Motion:          Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Raciti and York

 

Foreshadowed Motion (York/Byrne)

 

THAT advice be provided in the forthcoming report due to come to Council on the 22 May on air quality monitoring that covers:

 

a)    The potential content of any additional consulting advise on health impact and feasibility of engaging an appropriate consultant to provide this; and

 

b)    The estimated costs and timing for this report.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Cr Passas

 

C0418 Item 15    Intersection Treatment, Croydon Road and Church Street, Croydon.

Motion: (Passas/Raciti)

 

 

THAT a roundabout be implemented immediately as well as a pedestrian crossing at Church Street and Croydon Road, Croydon.

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Iskandar, Macri, Passas, Raciti and Stamolis

Against Motion:          Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Kiat, Lockie, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Steer and York

 

Foreshadowed Motion (McKenna OAM/Da Cruz)

 

THAT recommendations of the Local Traffic Committee meeting of 12th October 2017 concerning Item 16 “Traffic Calming – Intersection of Croydon Rd and Church St, Croydon” be adopted.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Kiat, Lockie, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Crs Iskandar, Macri, Passas, Raciti and Stamolis

 

Foreshadowed Motion: (Stamolis/Hesse)

 

THAT any options presented to the community for traffic calming measures include a roundabout.

 

This Foreshadowed Motion lapsed.

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

9.32 pm - The Mayor, Clr Byrne adjourned the meeting for a short recess.

9.43pm – The Mayor, Clr Byrne resumed the meeting.

 

 

C0418 Item 19    Notice of Motion to Rescind: Item 10 - Local Traffic Committee Minutes of 7 December 2017 adopted by Council on 27 February 2018 [Proposed Bus Stop and kerb extended pedestrian crossover facility outside/near No.126 Victoria Street, Ashfield (opposite Cardinal Freeman Retirement Village)]

Motion: (Passas/Raciti)

 

THAT Council rescind the resolution of 27 February 2018, in relation to the Local Traffic Committee Minutes of 7 December 2017 to adopt Item 10 Proposed Bus Stop and kerb extended pedestrian crossover facility outside/near No.126 Victoria Street, Ashfield (opposite Cardinal Freeman Retirement Village).

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Macri, Passas and Raciti

Against Motion:          Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

 

Matter ArisingBus Stop outside 126 Victoria Street Ashfield

 

Motion: (Byrne/Macri)

 

THAT a report be brought to Council on the background of the decision to provide a  bus stop outside 126 Victoria Street Ashfield and whether the developer was approached for a contribution towards the provision of the facility.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Raciti, Stamolis and York

Against Motion:          Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Porteous and Steer

 

C0418 Item 21    Notice of Motion: Multicultural Policy

Motion: (Iskandar/Drury)

 

THAT Council prepare a report on ways to support our multicultural communities including:

a.   Delivering the largest Lunar festival in the history of the Inner West to celebrate our Chinese and Vietnamese communities;

b.   Establishing an Inner West Anti-Racism Film Festival with entries to come from local residents, community groups and schools;

c.   Creating a Multicultural Advisory Committee and Inter-Faith Reference Group to inform Council decision making;

d.   Instituting Civic Receptions to celebrate the national days of local ethic communities including the Chinese, Vietnamese, Greek, Portuguese, Italian and Lebanese communities;

e.   Making sure important Council information is available and easily accessible in community languages;

f.    Reestablishing international community to community relationships which existed under the former councils;

g.   Appointing a dedicated multicultural development officer to support local organisations;

h.  The report include detailed costing and additional information such as concept/brief event size, location, reach, capacity and programming; and

i.    The report should fully detail what the Inner West currently does to support multicultural policies either directly or indirectly.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 29    Notice of Motion: Salmon Playground, 118 Station Street, Newtown

Motion: (Steer/York)

 

THAT Council staff consult with Stanmore Ward Councillors and local residents on community safety at Salmon Playground and report within 4 weeks to Council on a plan for improving community safety at Salmon Playground, 118 Station Street, Newtown, including proposed costs and timeline for works.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

Resumption of Standing Orders

 

Motion: (Byrne/Porteous)

 

THAT Standing orders be resumed.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

C0418 Item 1      Public Exhibition of Drafts: Our Inner West 2036 Inner West Community Strategic Plan; Delivery Program 2018-22; Operational Plan and Budget FY2018/19, Fees and Charges FY2018/19

Motion: (Byrne/Macri)

 

THAT:

 

a)         Council resolves to place Our Inner West 2016, draft Community Strategic Plan, the draft Delivery Program 2018-22, draft Operational Plan and Budget 2018/19 and the draft Fees and Charges 2018/19 on  public exhibition, opening 26 April 2018 and closing 25 May 2018.


2.       With reference to the “Draft Operational Plan and Budget FY2018/19”: That the     “Key Performance Indicators” and “Targets by 2022” be excluded from future       drafts (including draft for exhibition) until they have been further developed;

3.       With reference to the “Fees & Charges 2018/19”, p. 63: That the late payment         fees for late pick up of children from After School Care from Camdenville,      Ferncourt, Marrickville West, Stanmore & Wilkins PS be corrected to reflect        Council’s   current position (ie current reverted to pre-2017 late pick up fee          structures, pending decision on “Late Collection of Children Fee” report before           Council); and

 

4.    Council adopt Our Inner West 2016, draft Community Strategic Plan, the draft          Delivery Program 2018-22, draft Operational Plan and Budget 2018/19 and the draft Fees and Charges 2018/19 be placed on  public exhibition, opening 26 April          2018 and closing 25 May 2018, following:

a)      Insertion of forecasted 2017/18 figures (based on the most recent quarterly budget review)  as an additional column into the ‘Operating Budget’ for the Council and for each Service Unit.

5.  The community consultation for the Draft Delivery Program 2018-2022 and        Operational Plan and Budget 2018/19 include at least one community meeting        where the General Manager and the Deputy General Manager Chief Financial and Administration Officer provide a presentation to the community and be available          to answer questions.

 

6.      The draft Budget include at exhibition a short explanatory statement of significant Operating Budget changes in 2018/19 from 2017/18 for Council and for each Service Unit, including an explanation of the proposed $5.5 million savings budgeted to be identified in 2018/19. To enable time for this additional information to be provided that it be added to the exhibited 2018/19 draft Budget as soon as possible and within 2 weeks from the 26 April 2018.                  

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

Motion: (Byrne/Stamolis)

 

THAT Council adjourn the meeting to Tuesday 1 May 2018 at 6.30pm.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Raciti, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

Meeting adjourned at 10.46pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mayor resumed the meeting at 6.40pm, Tuesday, 1 May 2018 and the following people were in attendance.

 

 

Present:

Darcy Byrne

Julie Passas

Marghanita Da Cruz Mark Drury

Lucille McKenna OAM

Colin Hesse

Sam Iskandar

Tom Kiat

Pauline Lockie

Victor Macri

Rochelle Porteous

John Stamolis

Louise Steer

Anna York
Rik Hart

Elizabeth Richardson

Mayor

Deputy Mayor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

General Manager

Deputy General Manager Assets and Environment

Michael Tzimoulas

Deputy General Manager Chief Financial and Administration Officer

John Warburton

Deputy General Manager Community and Engagement

Erla Ronan

David Birds

Ryan Cole

 

Annette Morgan

Tony Giunta

Adam Vine

Wal Petschler

Ian Naylor

Katherine Paixao

Group Manager Community Services and Culture

Group Manager Strategic Planning

A/Group Manager, Development Assessment & Regulatory Services

Group Manager Children and Family Services

Infrastructure Planning (Transport & Stormwater) Manager

Executive Manager, Enterprise Risk

Group Manager Roads & Stormwater

Manager Civic and Executive Support

Business Paper Coordinator (Minute Taker)

 

 

C0418 Item 36    Mayoral Minute: Condolences to The Hon. John Jobling OAM and the Jobling Family

 

Motion: (Byrne/Passas)

 

THAT Council writes a letter of condolence to The Hon. John Jobling OAM, expressing our sadness at the loss of his wife, Linde Jobling OAM.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

Councillor Macri requested that the meeting consider an Urgency Motion with regards to  Condolence to Mick Mazza.

 

Motion: (Macri/Hesse)

 

THAT the motion be considered as a matter of urgency.

 

 

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

The Mayor declared this matter was urgent.

 

Urgency Motion – Condolence to Mick Mazza

 

Motion: (Macri/Hesse)

 

THAT Council writes a letter of condolence to the Mazza family expressing our sadness at the loss of Mick Mazza.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 34    Mayoral Minute: Mullens Street, near Beattie Street, Balmain Pedestrian Crossing

Motion: (Byrne)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.   Investigate all options for improving pedestrian safety on Mullens and Beattie Streets;

2.   Investigate options for applying for a reduced or special warrant for a pedestrian (zebra) crossing in Mullens Street near the intersection of Beattie Street in Balmain;

3.   Officers carry out traffic counts aimed at determining qualification for these special warrant circumstances; and

4.   Officers provide a report to the Traffic Committee detailing these options and associated counts.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 2      Review of Planning Proposal and Development Control Plan Amendment Fees

Motion: (Macri/Lockie)

 

THAT:

 

1.       Council place on public exhibition with the 2018/19 Draft Fees and Charges; and

 

2.       A post-exhibition report be presented to Council discussing any submissions received.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

C0418 Item 4      Grants and Fee Scale Policy

Motion: (Byrne/Stamolis)

 

THAT:

 

1.   Council notes the Grants and Fee Scale Policy for the purposes of public exhibition;

 

2.   Once adopted Council implements the Grants and Fee Scale Policy from 1 July 2018, and applies to all bookings for Council venues scheduled for use from 1 Jan 2019;

 

3.   Council trial a quarterly small grants stream component to the Community Wellbeing Grants, effective from 1 July, to be reviewed after 12 months operation;

4.   The Community Wellbeing Grant Guidelines be revised to include a new small grant stream (for grants from $200-$500) to ensure these grants are governed in a professional and transparent manner; and

 

5.   Council allocate $10,000 each year from the annual Community Wellbeing Grant budget to fund the new small grant stream.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 6      Post Exhibition Report - Marrickville Development Control Plan 2011 - Amendment to Part 2.22 Flood Management

Motion: (Macri/Hesse)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.    Receive and note the report;

 

2.    Adopt Marrickville Development Control Plan 2011 (Amendment No. 7) to update the Flood Planning Area Map and Flood Liable Land Map in Part 2.22 – Flood Management to incorporate the adopted flood studies for Johnstons Creek, Alexandra Canal and Hawthorn Canal;

 

3.    Place a notice in a local newspaper advising of the commencement of Marrickville Development Control Plan 2011 (Amendment No. 7);

 

4.    Notify those persons who made a submission in relation to Draft Marrickville Development Control Plan 2011 (Amendment No. 7) to inform them of Council’s decision; and

 

5.    Conduct an internal peer review of the flood study for a significant sample of properties identified on Hawthorn Canal.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 8      Mandatory Reporting of Fire Safety Reports Referred to Council from Fire & Rescue NSW

Motion: (McKenna OAM/Lockie)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.       Note the correspondence provided by Fire and Rescue NSW for development on land at “Panorama Court” - 25 Ormond Street Ashfield; “Dulwich Hill Lodge” 407 to 413 Marrickville Road Dulwich Hill; “Woolworths Industrial Estate” 74 Edinburgh Road Marrickville; “The Good Pub Australia/The Sly Fox” – 199 Enmore Road Enmore; “Botany View Hotel” – 597 King Street Newtown; “Holey Moley: - 387 to 391 King Street Newtown; “Riverview Hotel” – 900 Princes Highway Tempe; “Romeo’s IGA Supermarket” – 1 Hardie Street Summer Hill and “Australian Sunrise Lodge” – 485 King Street Newtown, (Attachments 1 - 9); 

 

2.       Endorse the Councils Officers use of statutory powers (and discretion as appropriate) under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 to require upgrades to buildings to the satisfaction of Council's Fire Safety Team in order to improve the:

 

a.       Provisions for fire safety at the premises;

b.      Provision of fire safety awareness;

c.       Aadequacy of the premises to prevent fire;

d.      Adequate of the premises to suppress fire or prevent the spread of fire, and

e.       Safety of persons in the event of fire.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

7.29 pm - The Mayor, Clr Byrne adjourned the meeting for a short recess.

7.39pm – The Mayor, Clr Byrne resumed the meeting.

 

C0418 Item 9      Audit, Risk & Improvement Committee Minutes and Charter

Motion: (Byrne/Macri)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.    Adopts the Minutes of the Audit, Risk & Improvement Committee of 13 December 2017 shown as Attachment 1; and

 

2.    Endorse the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee Charter, with the following amendments to Section 2 (Composition):

a)    In the Membership section, adjust to "Up to three (3) additional independent members"; and

 

b)    In the Membership section, replace "* - not a member of the current or previous Council/staff of Ashfield, Leichhardt, Marrickville or Inner West Councils" with "*     - not a member of the current or previous Council/staff of Ashfield, Leichhardt,         Marrickville or Inner West Councils for at least 2 continuous years".

 

3.    In the Appointment section, insert the following: "Appointment of independent members shall be by an open merit-based selection      process, which shall be brought to Council for adoption"; and

 

4.   That a new call for EOI for membership of the Audit, Risk and Improvement         Committee be opened for an additional         independent position.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

Amendment (Stamolis/Hesse)

 

THAT:

 

1.    Councillors be provided with summary papers of the reports to the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee meetings; and

 

Motion Tied

For Motion:                 Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Lockie, Porteous, Stamolis and Steer

Against Motion:          Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas and York

 

The Chairperson used his Casting Vote against the MOTION and the MOTION was lost.

 

2.    Councillors be given the opportunity the attend the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee meeting as observers.

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Hesse and Stamolis

Against Motion:          Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Steer and York

 

Matter Arising – Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee Charter

 

Motion: (Porteous/Passas)

 

THAT Council amend Section 4.2 of the Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee Charter to remove the words ‘or by using any technology’.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 11    Proposed change to car parking standards for boarding houses under State Environmental Planning Policy (Affordable Rental Housing) 2009

Motion: (McKenna OAM/Macri)

 

THAT:

 

1.       The report be received and noted; and

 

2.       The Department of Planning and Environment be forwarded a copy of this report as Council’s response to the consultation and be advised that:

 

i.     Community concerns with the ARHSEPP provisions relating to boarding houses are extensive and extend well beyond “the impacts of on-street parking as a result of new boarding house development.”;

 

ii.    The ARHSEPP provisions relating to boarding houses should be reviewed in a holistic manner rather than in the ad hoc approach proposed to ensure that an affordable housing product results; and

 

iii.   Different car parking standards should apply to traditional boarding house rooms and new generation boarding rooms as detailed in the report.

 

       The floor space ratio bonus provision contained in Clause 29 (1) (c) of the ARHSEPP needs to be amended (before 6 July 2018) to ensure that any floor space ratio bonus provision for boarding house developments in the ARHSEPP does not apply to any land zoned R2 Low Density Residential in environmental planning instruments listed in Schedule 2 Amendment of other environmental planning instruments) of State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) Amendment (Low Rise Medium Density Housing) 2017) and does not apply to any land zoned R3 Medium Density Residential where the current environmental planning instruments do not permit residential flat buildings.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 14    Late Collection of Children Fee

Motion: (York/Kiat)

 

THAT Council approves the Late Collection of Children fee for the 2018/2019 Fees and Charges as follows:

 

a)   On the first two occasions of the calendar month a charge will be made every 15 minutes or part thereof of $30.00;

 

b)    After the second occasion within a calendar month and for the rest of the calendar year $50 for the first 15 minutes or part thereof and then $45 for every subsequent 15 minutes or part thereof; and

 

c)    A report come back to Council in 6 months’ time to review the impact of these fees.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Kiat, Lockie, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Crs Iskandar, Macri, Passas and Stamolis

 

Foreshadowed Motion (Passas/Macri)

 

THAT Council approves the Late Collection of Children fee for the 2018/2019 Fees and Charges as follows:

 

a)   On the first two occasions of the calendar month a charge will be made every 15 minutes or part thereof of $45.00; and

 

d)    After the second occasion within a calendar month and for the rest of the calendar year $65 for the first 15 minutes or part thereof and then $45 for every subsequent 15 minutes or part thereof.

 

This Foreshadowed Motion lapsed.

 

C0418 Item 16    Local Traffic Committee Meeting held on 10 April 2018

Motion: (Passas/ Da Cruz)

 

THAT the Minutes of the Local Traffic Committee Meeting held on 10 April 2018 be received and the recommendations be adopted.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

C0418 Item 17    Investment Report as at 31 March 2018

Motion: (Stamolis/Kiat)

 

THAT the report be received and noted.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 18    Notice of Motion to Rescind: Item 17 Notice of Motion: Councillor Access to Media Services - 27 March 2018 Council Meeting

Motion: (Passas/Macri)

 

THAT Item 17 from 27 March 2018 Ordinary Council meeting be rescinded.

 

 

Motion Tied

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas and York

Against Motion:          Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Lockie, Porteous, Stamolis and Steer

 

The Chairperson used his Casting Vote for the MOTION and the MOTION was carried.

 

 Clr Passas left the meeting at 8.37pm

 

C0418 Item 20    Notice of Motion: Minister’s Award in Local Government

Motion: (York/Hesse)

 

THAT Council congratulate Councillor Lucille McKenna OAM, on receiving the Minister’s Award in Local Government in the Elected Representative (Metro) category on International Women’s Day.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

Clr Passas returned to the meeting at 8.49pm

 

C0418 Item 22    Notice of Motion: Inner West Business Counts 2017

Motion: (Stamolis/Byrne)

 

THAT Council receive and note and use for internal analysis and reporting.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 23    Notice of Motion: A Musical Instrument Lending Library

Motion: (York/Byrne)

 

THAT:

 

1.   A report be prepared for Council’s consideration outlining the options and process for establishing a music instrument lending library by expanding the existing library system to include musical instruments – including a potential location and operations of an initial site for a musical instrument lending service. The report should include assessment of costings and how the service would relate to tuition; and

 

2.   Council approach Music NSW to investigate a potential partner/s to support the establishment of an Inner West Music Library

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Cr Passas

 

C0418 Item 24    Notice of Motion: Train station upgrades and accessibility in the Inner West

Motion: (York/Lockie)

 

THAT Council urgently write to the NSW Premier & Minister for Transport:

 

1.    Highlighting the importance of an accessible public transport network to the community in the Inner West, in the context of increasing demand on our stations, proposed increased density along the Sydenham to Bankstown corridor (strongly opposed by our community) and the privatisation (and potential loss of service levels) of inner west bus routes;

 

2.    Highlighting that demand will increase due to proposed influx of population through NSW government policy & transport dislocation caused by privatisation of buses and construction of Westconnex, demanding that priority of accessibility be given to all stations on T3 and T2 lines in Inner West Council area ie. Tempe, Dulwich Hill, St Peters in T3 line and Stanmore, Petersham and Lewisham in T2 line. Noted that TFNSW ranks Dulwich Hill, Petersham & Lewisham stations 2nd, 11th & 18th out of 100 in priority for accessibility in its own rankings;

 

3.   Expressing Council’s (and the Inner West community’s) deep disappointment that only 5 of the 100 highest ranked stations have received accessibility upgrades in the 5 years since the assessment was made by TfNSW;

4.   Requesting the Minister explain the methodology currently being used to prioritise station upgrades, noting that funding has most recently been announced for five stations – two of which are not prioritised in the top 100 (Casula and Beverly Hills), with the other 3 all ranked outside the top 30 (Como, Beecroft and Glenbrook); and

5.    Seeking an urgent meeting with the Minister for Transport to discuss           required upgrades for all inner west train stations that are currently         inaccessible, including Dulwich Hill, Petersham, Lewisham, Stanmore, St Peters and Tempe.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Cr Passas

 

Matter Arising – Correspondence to State and Federal Members of Parliament

 

Motion: (Porteous/Byrne)

 

THAT where Council resolves to write to State or Federal Members of Parliament, that a copy of the correspondence be provided to Councillors together with the reply once received.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:           Nil

 

C0418 Item 25    Notice of Motion: Footpath Grass Verge Maintenance

Motion: (Passas/Drury)

 

THAT:

 

1.    The General Manager bring a report to Council outlining options for a uniform grass verge maintenance policy for all residential streets; and

 

2.    Council report back on incentive programs for management of verges by the community and households.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Crs Da Cruz, Kiat and Porteous

 

 

 

 

Foreshadowed Motion (Porteous)

THAT:

1.       Council note that footpath grass verge maintenance is part of the review of   council's service delivery discrepancies across the former LGAs - Ashfield,    Marrickville and Leichhardt; and

2.       A progress report in relation to the service delivery review be brought to Council As Soon as Possible, with a proposed timeline for addressing proposed changes    to service delivery, including grass verge maintenance; and

3.       Council report back on incentive programs for management of verges by the         community and households.

This Foreshadowed Motion lapsed.

 

Amendment (Stamolis/Da Cruz)

 

THAT Council report back on incentive programs for management of verges by the community and households.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Passas, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

 

As the amendment was carried, it was included as part of the Primary and Foreshadowed Motion.

 

Councillor Passas retired from the Meeting at 9:49 pm.

 

C0418 Item 26    Notice of Motion: Wests Tigers Winter Homelessness Sleep Out

Motion: (Byrne/Drury)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.   Offer a Fee waiver for the use of Leichhardt Oval for the Wests Tigers and Wests Ashfield Leagues Club Sleep Out on 17 August;

2.   Offer in kind logistical support for the preparation and cleanup of the event; and

3.   Provide joint promotional support for the event through regular Council communications channels.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis and York

Against Motion:          Cr Steer

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

 

 

 

 

 

C0418 Item 27    Notice of Motion: WestConnex and Sydney Harbour Tunnel Public Meeting

Motion: (Byrne/McKenna OAM)

 

THAT:

 

1.   Council hold a public meeting at Balmain Town Hall on Saturday 26 May to address impacts from WestConnex and the proposed second Sydney Harbour Tunnel, and acquisition of the Balmain Leagues Club;

2.   Rozelle Public School Parents and Citizens group be formally invited to jointly convene the public meeting with Council;

3.   A Councillor briefing be held as soon as possible on the approval of Stage 3 WestConnex.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

C0418 Item 28    Notice of Motion: Improving Community Safety in the Inner West

Motion: (Steer/Lockie)

 

THAT:

 

1.   Council makes creating safer community spaces for people to gather at night time a high priority of council by supporting measures that encourage open, free and accessible spaces that are well integrated and connected with surrounding land uses and transport options; and

2.   In line with this, a report be brought to Council within the next 2 months which provides an overview of the work currently being carried out by Inner West Council into improving community safety on both public and private lands and property across the LGA. That this report include, how community safety is being integrated into council’s planning controls; what audits have been done in the three councils of Leichhardt, Ashfield and Marrickville on identifying high risk places and what has been done about putting in place action plans to address identified risk areas; what staff resources are currently allocated to improving community safety and what other measures are currently being taken by Council to promote community safety, and what further measures are needed to ensure that Inner West residents can enjoy open, free and accessible spaces at night. The report should also include consideration on the setting up of a Community Safety Committee for the Inner West Council with members to include the police, relevant council staff members, Councillors and community stakeholders.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

C0418 Item 30    Notice of Motion: Inner West Council Libraries

Motion: (Drury/Macri)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.   Welcomes NSW Labor commitment to increase the library subsidy to $3.70 to index the subsidy and create the $25 million dollar public infrastructure plan; and

2.   Calls on the Premier to match this commitment.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Stamolis and York

Against Motion:          Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Kiat, Porteous and Steer

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

Foreshadowed Motion (Porteous/Hesse)

 

THAT Council writes to the Premier and the Leader of the Opposition and calls for a substantial library subsidy increase to meet the current shortfall.

 

This Foreshadow Motion lapsed.

 

C0418 Item 31    Notice of Motion: Supporting early childhood education and childcare staff in the Inner West

Motion: (Kiat/Hesse)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.   Publicly express its support for the early childhood education and childcare campaign for equal pay campaign including the strike on 27 March 2018, including by writing in support to unions involved;

 

2.   Reiterate its commitment to providing high quality, affordable, and accessible childcare in the Inner West, especially through the Council owned and operated centres including the new centre at Steel Park; and

3.   Recognise the valuable, skilled work performed by our ECEC staff for our community, and reiterate Council's commitment to fair, non-discriminatory pay and conditions for our staff.

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

Councillor Lockie requested that the meeting consider an Urgency Motion with regards to  Changes to Inner West Bus Services

 

Urgency Motion: (Lockie/York)    

 

THAT the motion be considered as a matter of urgency.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

The Mayor declared this matter was urgent.

 

Urgency Motion - Changes to Inner West Bus Services

 

Motion:  (Lockie/York)

 

THAT Council writes urgently to the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure and the Secretary of Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to ask that TfNSW:

 

1.    Reverse planned changes to the 422 bus route so that it continues to start and terminate in Martin Place;

 

2.    Reverse any planned changes to other Inner West bus services that result in a reduction of service to and from the Inner West;

 

3.    Correct any missing or potentially misleading information on the TfNSW website relating to route changes; and

 

4.    A report be brought back to Council detailing the officers assessment of the impact of the changes.

 

Motion Carried

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Da Cruz, Drury, Hesse, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, McKenna OAM, Porteous, Stamolis, Steer and York

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

 

Meeting closed at 10.29pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Public Speakers:

 

 

Item #

 

Speaker             

Suburb

Item 3:

Frank Breen

Loretta Picone

Birchgrove

Balmain East

Item 5:

Frank Breen

Birchgrove

Item 7:

Juliet Grant

Adrian Ciano

Sydney

Sydney

Item 10:

Matthew Meharg

Rozelle

Item 12:

David Tierney

Sean Macken

Manly

Newtown

Item 13:

Graeme McKay

Janet Dandy-Ward

Haberfield

St Peters

Item 15:

Allan Jones

Rene Holmes

Ashfield

Ashfield

Item 19:

Crisetta MacLeod

Themis Theo

Ashfield

Ashfield

Item 21:

Peter Jennings

Peter Manning

Marrickville

Dulwich Hill

Item 29:

Scott McDougall

Stefanie McKeever

Caterina Robertson

Newtown

Newtown

Newtown