Council Meeting

 

24 August 2021

 

 

Minutes of Ordinary Council Meeting held remotely and livestreamed on Council’s website on 24 August 2021

 

Meeting commenced at 6.31 pm

 

 

 

Present:

Darcy Byrne

Victor Macri

Marghanita Da Cruz Mark Drury

Lucille McKenna OAM

Colin Hesse

Sam Iskandar

Tom Kiat

Pauline Lockie

Julie Passas

Rochelle Porteous

Vittoria Raciti

John Stamolis

Louise Steer
Peter Gainsford

Graeme Palmer

Mayor

Deputy Mayor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor (6:36pm)

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

Councillor

General Manager

Acting Director Development and Recreation

Cathy Edwards-Davis

Director Infrastructure

Caroline McLeod

Peter Livanes

Aaron Callaghan

Acting Director City Living

Acting Director Corporate

Parks and Recreation Planning Manager

Katherine Paixao

Acting Manager Governance

Carmelina Giannini

Acting Governance Coordinator

 

APOLOGIES:       

 

Motion: (Byrne/Drury)

 

THAT apologies from Councillor York be accepted.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

 

DISCLOSURES OF INTERESTS:

 

Councillor Lockie declared a non-significant, non-pecuniary interest in Item 28 Mayoral Minute: Compliance Levies as she works at the City of Sydney in the Office of the Lord Mayor.

 

Motion: (Porteous/Hesse)

 

THAT Council note the disclosure of interest.

 

 

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

 

Motion: (Drury/Byrne)

THAT the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on Tuesday, 3 August 2021 be confirmed as a correct record.

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

Councillor Iskandar entered the Meeting at 6:36 pm.

 

Councillor Byrne left the Meeting at 6:54 pm. The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Macri assumed the chair.

 

PUBLIC FORUM

 

The registered speakers were asked to address the meeting. The list of speakers is available on the last page of these minutes.

 

Councillor Byrne returned to the Meeting at 7:23 pm. The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Macri vacated the Chair and the Mayor, Councillor Byrne assumed the Chair.

 

Councillor Passas left the Meeting at 7:25 pm.

 

C0821(4) Item 1            Notice of Motion: Condolence Motion: Kenneth George Adderley of Summer Hill

Motion: (Drury/Byrne)

 

THAT Council notes with sadness this passing of Kenneth George Adderley of Summer Hill, we express our condolences to his grandmother Clr Lucille McKenna OAM and to his parents, Melinda and Paul and to his siblings Eloise, Patrick and Fergus and to the wider family.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

Councillor Passas returned to the Meeting at 7:34 pm.

 

 

 

 

C0821(4) Item 29         Mayoral Minute: Impacts on Residents from State Government           Infrastructure Projects During Lockdown

Motion: (Byrne)

 

THAT Council:

1.   Write to Transport for NSW and the developers of the former Balmain Leagues Club site requesting the carpark on Waterloo Street be reopened to residents;

2.   Write to the Transport Minister requesting clarification about whether the NSW Government intends to compulsorily acquire the former Balmain Leagues Club site for the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel project;

3.   Write to the Transport Minister requesting the NSW Government provides suitable accommodation to all Inner West residents who have been adversely affected by WestConnex and Sydney Metro construction works during lockdown.

4.   Write to the Transport Minister seeking clear criteria for when residents affected by construction impacts from State Government projects will be offered respite accommodation during the lockdown and request that accommodation sourced through Airbnb be included as an option for residents.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

Councillor Passas left the Meeting at 7:54 pm.

 

C0821(4) Item 28         Mayoral Minute: Compliance Levies

Motion: (Byrne)

 

THAT Council:

1.    Seeks the repeal of the NSW Government’s Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Compliance Fees) Regulation 2021 legislation;

2.    Notes the estimated budgetary impact on Council of $1.2 million in the current financial year;

3.    Notes that Council has been collecting levies from all development applications with a cost of works of over $100K, as per Councils fees and charges;

4.    Writes to the Planning Minister and all State MPs calling on the NSW Government to reinstate Council’s ability to collect and retain compliance levies after 31 December 2021; and

5.    Agrees to contribute to the open letter proposed by the City of Sydney and Local Government NSW articulating the local government sector’s opposition to the proposal to be funded from Council’s communications budget (See Attachment 2).

 

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

C0821(4) Item 30         Mayoral Minute: Afghanistan Support

Motion: (Byrne)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.    Notes the correspondence from the Refugee Council of Australia to the Refugee Welcome Zone Councils calling on them to support urgent advocacy on Afghanistan;

 

2.    Supports the practical steps proposed by the Refugee Council of Australia;

 

3.    Signs the Refugee Council of Australia’s letter to federal parliamentarians about Australia's response to the crisis in Afghanistan; and

 

4.    Forward the letter to all of our local Federal MPs and seek a response. 

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

Councillor Passas returned to the Meeting at 8:03 pm.

 

The General Manager advised that Item 26 Marrickville Golf Course Lease has been withdrawn and replaced with Item 27 Marrickville Golf Course Lease.

 

Procedural motion - Suspension of Standing Orders

 

Motion: (Drury/Hesse)

 

THAT Council deal with Item 2 Marrickville Parklands and Golf Course- Adoption of Park Plan of Management and then suspend standing orders to deal with Item 27 Marrickville Golf Course Lease at this time.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C0821(4) Item 2            Marrickville Parklands and Golf Course- Adoption of Park Plan of           Management

Motion: (Drury/Macri)

 

THAT:

 

1.         Council adopt the Marrickville Parkland and Golf Course Plan of Management (PoM) and Master Plan subject to the following amendments:

 

a)    On page 55 of the PoM remove reference to “Provide a concrete shared path from the Greenway at Ewen Park to Cooks River Cycleway at HJ Mahony Reserve”;

 

b)    On page 64 of PoM replace at recommendations for “Improve tree planting and increase the urban forest” the word “should” to “must.” Similarly in the same paragraph replace “Should” with “must”. At point b) replace “a commitment to” with “must implement”;

 

c)    On page 81 of the PoM remove reference to the “proposed shared Riverside Pathway.”; and

 

d)    On page 83 of the PoM remove reference to the “proposed shared Riverside Pathway.”

 

2.       Council note the key changes highlighted in this report which have been made to the Plan of Management and Master Plan for the Marrickville Parklands;

 

3.       Council note the key challenges and cost impacts in building a bridge from the Marrickville Parklands to Gough Whitlam Park; and

 

4.       In managing the future success of a restored biodiversity habitat at the Dibble Avenue Water Hole, Council permit the Marrickville Golf Sporting and Community Club, to undertake water extraction for the purpose of irrigation at a fixed level between the outflow pipe level (RL 1.25mAHD) and the fixed stabilisation level of RL 0.8mAHD. This allowance is to be documented in any future license agreement with the Marrickville Golf Sporting and Community Club.

 

Motion Carried

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

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

 

**Councillor Kiat left the Meeting at 9:18 pm prior to the Councillors Da Cruz/Porteous amendment on item 27. As voting for amendments occur prior to the primary motion, Councillor Kiat returned prior to the primary motion be voted on.

 

Councillor Kiat returned to the Meeting at 9:22 pm.

 

 

 

 

C0821(4) Item 27         Marrickville Golf Course Lease

Motion: (Drury/Passas)

 

THAT:

 

1.    Council note the resolution of 22 September 2020 providing in principle support to enter into a 21 year lease with Marrickville Golf, Sporting and Community Club Limited;

 

2.    Council note the objections received in respect of the proposed lease and endorse the position in response to those objections set out in this report;

 

3.    Subject to Council adopting the Marrickville Parklands and Golf Course Plan of Management, Council apply to the Minister for Local Government in accordance with Sections 47(5) – (9) of the Local Government Act 1993 for consent to grant the proposed lease referred to in item 4 of this recommendation, noting the objections received to the lease;

 

4.    Subject to the consent of the Minister for Local Government, Council enter into a lease as Crown Land Manager of Riverside Park Reserve R.83765 and owner of land parcels forming part of the golf course at Wharf Street Marrickville for a term of 21 years and authority be delegated to Council’s General Manager to negotiate, execute and administer the lease contained in Confidential Attachment 1;

 

5.    Amend the paragraph in the lease referring to “Tree management and removal” as follows: replace the word “should” with the word “will” so the sentence reads “Any trees identified as being in poor health, defective or an unacceptable level of risk will be reported to Council immediately.”

 

Motion Tied

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

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.

 

Amendment (Hesse/Steer)

 

THAT Council amend term of lease to Seven (7) years.

 

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 Raciti

 

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

 

**Councillor Kiat left the Meeting at 9:18 pm prior to the Councillors Da Cruz/Porteous amendment on item 27. As voting for amendments occur prior to the primary motion, Councillor Kiat returned prior to the primary motion be voted on.

 

 

 

 

Amendment (Da Cruz/Porteous)

 

THAT noting the 50% Accommodation discount requested by the club, that the LEASE be amended to include Public Access to fairways 10, 11 and 16  (excluding greens) for passive recreation, including bush care, every Sunday afternoon.

 

Motion Lost

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

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

Absent:                        Cr Kiat

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

9.29pm - The Mayor, Clr Byrne adjourned the meeting for a short recess.

9.41pm– The Mayor, Clr Byrne resumed the meeting.

 

C0821(4) Item 3            King George Park-Priority Community Improvement Project

Motion: (Byrne/Porteous)

 

THAT:

 

1.    Council financially commit the compensation funding which has been received from Transport for NSW (WestConnex) towards the detailed design and delivery of:

 

a)    Priority 1-King George Park Car Park Safety Improvement project; and

b)    Priority 2- the refurbishment and upgrade of Constellation Playground.

 

2.    Council’s Traffic Committee receive a report and determine future regulatory restrictions associated with long stay parking issues once a design for the new King George Park car park is completed;

 

3.    Council note that the priority action projects will be delivered in Quarter 2 of the 2022 financial year;

 

4.    Dedicate $800,000 of the compensation funds to sporting facility improvements at King George Park. This is to be combined with the funds already dedicated to the refurbishment of the ground scheduled for 2022 with a final list of works to be reported to Council following consultation with the ground users. Consideration should be given to providing storage, extension and resurfacing of long jump runways, improved lighting and provision of a scoreboard.  

 

5.    Council call on the NSW Government to conduct an assessment and to fund and deliver the resheeting and renewal of the all the footpaths and roads that have been damaged in the precinct as a result of by heavy vehicle movements due to WestConnex construction. 

 

6.    Council to conduct community consultation including the Sporting Clubs on the car park and the playground.

 

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

Councillor Passas left the Meeting at 9:48 pm.

C0821(4) Item 4            Councillor Representation on Committees

Motion: (McKenna OAM/Lockie)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.   Extend the existing representatives on Council and External Committees to the end of term current of Council; and

 

2.   Extend the existing representatives on the Sydney Eastern City Planning Panel until 28 February 2022.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

C0821(4) Item 5            Arlington Recreation Reserve-Addressing Complaints from                                       Members of the Public

Motion: (Drury/McKenna OAM)

 

THAT Council:

 

1.   Note the report and the requirements which Council Officers adhere to in managing complaints as pursuant to Council’s adopted Complaints Handling Policy; and

 

2.   Note that a total of 31 complaints have been received in a three-year period in relation to Council’s management of Arlington Reserve.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

Councillor Passas returned to the Meeting at 10:00 pm.

C0821(4) Item 6            Community satisfaction survey - 2021

Motion: (McKenna OAM/Drury)

 

THAT Council receive and note the report.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

C0821(4) Item 7            Deamalgamation Cost Benefit Report

Motion: (Byrne/Drury)

 

THAT Council:

1.    Place the cost benefit report and the resolved de-amalgamation poll question on public exhibition, in keeping with the community engagement policy, with the outcomes of the consultation to be reported to the second Ordinary Council meeting in September; and

2.    Include in the de-amalgamation report consultation the following possible additional poll questions and following consultation consider whether to also put these questions to the community at the December 4 election: 

a)    Do you support the NSW Government guaranteeing the full costs of any de-amalgamation of the Inner West Council to restore the former local government areas of Ashfield, Leichhardt and Marrickville? 

 

b)    Do you support the direct election of the position of Mayor by citizens rather than the Mayor being elected by Councillors? 

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar and McKenna OAM

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

 

Foreshadowed Motion (Stamolis/Steer)

THAT: 

1.    Council place the cost benefit report and the resolved de-amalgamation poll question on public exhibition, in keeping with the community engagement policy, with the outcomes of the consultation to be reported to the second Ordinary Council meeting in September;

 

2.    YES and NO cases on de-amalgamation be included on Council’s website, E-news, Flyers and the Inner West Council Newsletter;

3.    Both YES and NO cases be translated into several languages;

 

4.    Both the YES and NO cases be brought back to Council for approval after endorsement from the NSW Electoral Commission;

5.    Council make clear to the community the caveats and limitations of the Morrison Low Report as they have identified in their report; and

 

6.    The case for demerger references the statement in the legislation that State Government will fund the demerger.

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar and McKenna OAM

 

Amendment (McKenna OAM/Drury)

THAT point 5 of the foreshadowed motion be deleted.

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar and McKenna OAM

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

 

Procedural motion - Extension of Time

 

Motion: (Lockie/Hesse)

 

THAT the meeting be extended until 11.10pm.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

The Mayor issued a warning at 11.09pm to Councillor Passas for continuously interjecting.

 

Procedural motion - Extension of Time

 

Motion: (Byrne/Drury)

 

THAT the meeting be extended until 11.15pm.

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

 

The Mayor issued a second warning at 11.15pm to Councillor Passas for continuously interjecting.

 

Councillor Passas retired from the Meeting at 11:16 pm.

 

C0821(4) Item 8            COVID-19 Financial Support

Motion: (Byrne/McKenna OAM)

 

 

THAT Council: 

 

1.    Endorse the redistribution of a portion of Council’s annual Community Wellbeing grant funding by allocating $25,000 to Addison Road Food Pantry and $25,000 to Bill Crews Exodus Foundation to support the increased demand for food insecurity for families in the Inner West;

 

2.    Support the redeployment of IWC staff where appropriate, to assist the work of local agencies;

 

3.    Support the redistribution of $20,000 from the Targeted Early Intervention funding from Department of Communities and Justice, in keeping with guidelines to key services, working with vulnerable families and young people in the outreach and early intervention areas;

 

4.    Notes Council Officer and Office of Local Government advice that financial assistance can be provided to ratepayers under s356 of the Local Government Act 1993;

 

5.    Note that COVID-19 has had a significant impact on Council’s budget with $13.8M in 2020/21 and the forecast impact for 2021/22 could be as high as  $11.7M;

 

6.    Council’s response be reviewed should further impacts arise;

 

7.    Provides financial assistance, up to $400, to residential ratepayers who qualify for the Commonwealth or State COVID-19 Disaster Payments; 

 

8.    Limit the assistance to owner-occupiers, to be claimed for one dwelling only, with total expenditure to be initially capped at $250 000, to be funded from consolidated revenue and considered in the next quarterly budget review;

 

9.    Officers develop hardship criteria to allow applicants who have suffered the greatest disadvantage to be prioritised through the application process;

 

10.  Places the proposal on public exhibition for 28 days; 

 

11.  Provide a mechanism for ratepayers to register or apply for the program immediately while the policy is on public exhibition;

 

12.  Reviews this financial assistance package after two months with a report to be tabled at an ordinary Council meeting; and

 

13.  Receive a report to the next council meeting addressing how up to $250,000 can be targeted to those most in need in our community eg through expanding  Council’s own social programs, or via grants to community organizations such as Addison Road and Exodus Foundation.

 

Motion Carried

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

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

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

 

Foreshadowed Motion (Porteous/Hesse)

 

 

THAT Council:

 

1.    Endorse the redistribution of a portion of Council’s annual Community Wellbeing grant funding by allocating $25,000 to Addison Road Food Pantry and $25,000 to Bill Crews Exodus Foundation to support the increased demand for food insecurity for families in the Inner West;

 

2.    Support the redeployment of IWC staff where appropriate, to assist the work of local agencies;

 

 

3.    Support the redistribution of $20,000 from the Targeted Early Intervention funding from Department of Communities and Justice, in keeping with guidelines to key services, working with vulnerable families and young people in the outreach and early intervention areas;

 

4.    Note that since Council’s meeting on the 20 July, the State and Federal Government announced to expand the existing COVID-19 Support measures;

 

5.    Note that COVID-19 has had a significant impact on Council’s budget with $13.8M in 2020/21 and the forecast impact for 2021/22 could be as high as  $11.7M;

 

6.    Council’s response be reviewed should further impacts arise. 

 

7.    Officers develop hardship criteria to allow applicants who have suffered the greatest disadvantage to be prioritised through the application process. 

 

8.    Receive a report to the next Council meeting addressing how up to $250k can be targeted to those most in need in our community eg through expanding  Council’s own social programs, or via grants to community organizations such as Addison Road and Exodus Foundation.

 

This foreshadowed motion lapsed.

 

Procedural motion - Extension of Time

 

Motion: (Lockie/Raciti)

 

THAT the meeting be extended until 11.30pm

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Nil

Absent:                        Cr Passas

 

 

Procedural motion (Macri/Raciti)

 

 

THAT items 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 be deferred to an Extraordinary Council meeting to be held on Tuesday, 31 August 2021.

 

 

Motion Lost

For Motion:                 Crs Macri, Raciti and Stamolis

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

Absent                         Cr Passas

 

Foreshadowed Procedural motion (Lockie/Drury)

 

THAT items 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 be deferred to an Extraordinary Council meeting to be held on Tuesday, 7 September 2021.

 

 

 

 

Motion Carried

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

Against Motion:          Cr Kiat

Absent                         Cr Passas

 

 

 

Meeting closed at 11.30pm.

 

 

 

Public Speakers:

 

 

Item #

 

Speaker             

Suburb

Item 2:

Andrew Tighe

Kylie Moulds

Peter Munro

Martin Puchert

Nicole Huber-Smith

Marrickville

Petersham

Marrickville

Dulwich Hill

Marrickville

Item 7:

Pip Hinman

Newtown

Item 22:

Jack Whitney

Katherine Hudson

Tim Bradshaw

Melinda Dimitriades

Leichhardt

Marrickville

Dulwich Hill

Lilyfield

Item 27:

Raymond Fowke

Brenda Padgett

Marrickville

Marrickville

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unconfirmed minutes of the Ordinary Council meeting held on 24 August 2021.