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Ordinary Council Meeting

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

 

Items of Business

 

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09.03     Glasshouse Financial Quarterly Reporting December 2013

Attachment 1:..... Glasshouse 2013_2014 Annual Budget by Functional Area...... 5

Attachment 2:..... Glasshouse 2013_2014 Actuals to End December by Functional Area 6

Attachment 3:..... Glasshouse Financial Report by Function - December Quarter 2013    7

Attachment 4:..... Glasshouse Consolidated Profit and Loss Report - 31 December 2013 8

Attachment 5:..... Glasshouse Budget Adjustments for the 31 December 2013 quarter     10

09.05     Quarterly Budget Review Statement - December 2013 and Monthly Financial Review for December 2013 and January 2014

Attachment 1:..... January 2014 Budget Review.......................................... 11

Attachment 2:..... December 2013 QBRS.................................................... 14

09.09     Question on Notice - Building a New Local Government Performance Measurement Framework

Attachment 1:..... Community Report Card 2012 - 2013............................. 20

Attachment 2:..... Survey submission to the DLG on Performance Measurement and Community Satisfaction January 2014............................................... 36

Attachment 3:..... Submission to DLG on Performance Measurement Framework - January 2014.......................................................................................... 44

10.01     Sale of Part Lot17 DP244821 at 9 Cooperabung Drive, Telegraph Point (PIN19819)

Attachment :....... Aerial photo depicting land proposed to be sold............... 48

10.02     New Arts, Culture and Heritage Sub-Committee

Attachment 1:..... Copy of submissions received......................................... 49

Attachment 2:..... Draft Arts, Culture & Heritage Sub-Committee Charter.. 89

11.02     Tastings on Hastings Event

Attachment :....... Tastings on Hastings Stakeholder Analysis..................... 95

12.02     Lake Cathie Revetment Wall Investigation & Design

Attachment :....... Lake Cathie Revetment Wall Preliminary Design Report 99

12.04     Status Update on the Camden Haven Flooplain Risk Management Plan

Attachment :....... Camden Haven Floodplain Mitigation Measures Summary 361

13.04     Port Macquarie Indoor Stadium Expansion - Project Update (PIN56563)

Attachment 1:..... Port Macquarie Indoor Stadium Expansion Project Steering Group Charter     364

Attachment 2:..... Indoor Stadium Expansion - Project Plan February 2014 367

13.05     Draft Port Macquarie Town Centre Master Plan Exhibition

Attachment :....... Draft Port Macquarie Town Centre Master Plan Exhibition Submissions           397

13.06     Question on Notice - Safety on Bend on Stoney Creek Road 450m South-East of Intersection With Redbank Road

Attachment 1:..... Site Location................................................................... 420

Attachment 2:..... Reported Traffic Crashes 2008-2012............................ 421

13.07     Short Street Car Park Reserve (R87283)
Kooloonbung Creek Reserve (R87617) (PIN27568)
Proposed Sale of Part reserve 87283 and Revocation and Addition to Reserve Trust Lands

Attachment 1:..... Property Cadastre Plan.................................................. 422

Attachment 2:..... Aerial Photo.................................................................... 423

Attachment 3:..... Letter from Crown Lands - Trade & Investment............ 424

13.08     Draft Development Control Guidelines - Birdon Marine West

Attachment :....... Draft Birdon Marine West DCP chapter........................ 428     


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What are we trying to achieve?

A collaborative community that works together and recognises opportunities for community participation in decision making that is defined as ethically, socially and environmentally responsible.

 

 
 

 


What will the result be?

 

·         A community that has the opportunity to be involved in decision making.

·         Open, easy, meaningful, regular and diverse communication between the community and decision makers.

·         Partnerships and collaborative projects, that meet the community’s expectations needs and challenges.

·         Knowledgeable, skilled and connected community leaders.

·         Strong corporate management that is transparent.

 

How do we get there?

 

1.1     Engage the community in decision making by using varied communication channels that are relevant to residents.

1.2     Create professional development opportunities and networks to support future community leaders.

1.3     Create strong partnerships between all levels of government and their agencies so that they are effective advocates for the community.

1.4     Demonstrate conscientious and receptive civic leadership.

1.5     Implement innovative, fact based business practices.


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What are we trying to achieve?

Our social infrastructure and community programs create a healthy, inclusive and vibrant community.

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


What will the result be?

·         Community hubs which provide access to services and social connections.

·         Services that support an ageing community to live in a way that they desire.

·         Available and accessible preventative health and medical services.

·         A safe, caring and connected community.

·         A healthy and active community that is supported by recreational infrastructure

·         A strong community that is able to identify and address social issues.

·         Community participation in events, programs, festivals and activities.

 

How do we get there?

2.1  Create an environment and culture that allows the Port Macquarie-Hastings community to feel safe.

2.2  Provide young people with a range of leisure activities and opportunities for personal development.

2.3  Provide medical and social services for all members of the community.

2.4  Develop partnerships within the community to build on existing strengths and improve areas of social disadvantage.

2.5  Create events and activities that promote interaction and education.

2.6  Provide social and community infrastructure and services.

2.7  Empower the community to be active and involved in community life.

2.8  Promote cultural and artistic expression.

2.9  Promote a healthy lifestyle through education, support networks and facilities.


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What are we trying to achieve?

The Port Macquarie-Hastings region is able to thrive through access to a range of educational, employment and business opportunities.

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


What will the result be?

·           Greater availability of educational opportunities.

·           Key business sectors are able to benefit from our natural and existing attributes.

·           Business and industry, training and education facilities sustain our population growth.

·           Increased employment opportunities.

·           An environmentally harmonious and prosperous tourism industry.

·           Widely available communications technology.

 

How do we get there?

3.1  Create opportunities for lie long learning and skill enhancement with the availability of a broad range of education and training facilities.

3.2  Promote and support an increase in business capacity in order to generate ongoing economic growth.

3.3  Expand tourism business opportunities and benefits through collaborative planning and promotion.

3.4  Maximise innovation and economic competitiveness by providing high quality communication technology throughout the Port Macquarie-Hastings region.

3.5  Target and encourage business enterprise by providing favourable business conditions including infrastructure and transport options.


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What are we trying to achieve?

We understand and manage the impact that the community has on the natural environment. We protect the environment now and in the future.

 

 

 

 
 

What will the result be?

·      Accessible and protected waterways, foreshores, beaches and bushlands.

·      Renewable energy options.

·      Clean waterways.

·      An environment that is protected and conserved for future generations.

·      Development outcomes that are ecologically sustainable and complement our natural environment.

·      Residents that are environmentally aware.

·      A community that is prepared for natural events and climate change.

 

How do we get there?

4.1     Protect and restore natural areas.

4.2     Ensure service infrastructure maximises efficiency and limits environmental impact.

4.3     Implement total water cycle management practices.

4.4     Continue to improve waste collection and recycling practices.

4.5     Provide community access and opportunities to enjoy our natural environment.

4.6     Create a culture that supports and invests in renewable energy.

4.7     Increase awareness of and plan for the preservation of local flora and fauna.

4.8     Plan and take action to minimise impact of natural events and climate change.

4.9     Manage development outcomes to minimise the impact on the natural environment.


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What are we trying to achieve?

Our population growth is supported through public infrastructure, land use and development strategies that create a connected, sustainable and accessible community.

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


What will the result be?

 

·         Supported and integrated communities.

·         Infrastructure provision and maintenance that respects community expectations and needs.

·         A natural environment that can be accessed by a network of footpaths, cycleways, coastal and hinterland walkways.

·         Accessible, convenient and affordable public transport.

·         Employment and population growth that is clustered within urban centres.

 

How do we get there?

 

5.1     Create and maintain integrated transport system that eases access between population centres and services.

5.2     Ensure transport options are safe, functional and meet access needs across the Local Government Area.

5.3     Develop and enhance quality open space and recreational facilities.

5.4     Plan settlements to accommodate a range of compatible land uses and projected population growth.


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