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Agenda for next Council meeting - Feb 14th


The upcoming AGENDA of Eurobodalla Shire Council's Ordinary Meeting of Council

14 February 2017

MAYORAL REPORTS Council support for 'no balloon release' Council has been active in raising awareness in the community about the effects balloon releases have on the natural environment, particularly the marine environment, and the ways by which the impact can be managed. Mayor Liz Innes is seeking the support of her fellow Councillors’ for a ‘no balloon release’ policy at all Council reserves and events, formalised via the inclusion of a ‘no balloon release’ provision in Council’s Events Guidelines. Collaboration with neighbouring council areas to ban the release of balloons will further reinforce this policy. NOTICES OF MOTION Mobility Parking Scheme Councillor Maureen Nathan will move that Council write to the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) identifying the short fall in the MPS and seekto expand it to enable permits to people who are able to walk 100m on their own, but due to their age, physical or medical condition are not able to do so in a timely manner.with consideration of establishlishing a local scheme aimed at providing the ability for permit holders to park double the sign posted limit for those areas sign posted with a limit of 1 hour or less. Advocating for the Princes Highway Corridor Strategy and Kings Highway Councillor Phil Constable will move that Council invite the Hon. Melinda PaveyMP in her capacity as NSW Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight, the Hon. Andrew Constance MP in his dual capacity as the Local Member,NSW Minister for Transport andInfrastructure,and the Hon. John Barilaro MP, in his capacity as Deputy Premier, Minister for Regional NSW and Member for Monaro, together with the RMS Southern Region Manager Ms Renae Elrington to a meeting with Councillors and the necessary Council staff, as soon as it can be arranged, to engage in a discussion about the vital importance of advancing the upgrading the Princes Highway and Kings Highway and developing longer term plans for the future redevelopment of the Princes Highway and Kings Highway to meet the medium and long term needs. Divestment of Council Investments in Fossil Fuel supporting Financial Institutions Councillor Patrick McGinlay will move that Council give preference to investing with financial institutions that do not invest in, or finance, the fossil fuel industry

QUESTIONS ON NOTICE FROM COUNCILLORS

Nil

GENERAL MANAGER'S REPORTS

2017 Conferences

Audit, Risk and Improvement Committee Annual Report

Community Feedback and Adoption of Community Engagement Framework

PLANNING AND SUSTAIN ABILITY REPORTS

Donation of Development Fee

Policy Review - Compliance Policy

INFRASTRUCTURE REPORTS

Road Naming Proposal - Glenella Road, Batemans Bay

Local Traffic Committee No 4 for 2016

Ringlands Jetty Narooma

Policy Review - Copper Chrome Arsenate (CCA) Management

Policy Review - Engineering Design Standards

Policy Review - Pesticides/Herbicides Use Notification Policy

Policy Review - Water Saving Incentives for Reticulated Water Customers

Policy Review - Gathering Information for Risk Management

Investments made as at 30 November 2016

Investments made as at 31 December 2016

COMMUNITY, ARTS AND RECREATION REPORTS

Children's Services Fees and Charges You can read the Agenda in full and also read the attached reports at this link Council meetings are held in Council Chambers, on the corner of Vulcan and Campbell streets, Moruya on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month, starting at 10am (unless otherwise advertised - extraordinary meetings are advertised in the local media) And you can watch it LIVE HERE


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