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Minutes

Ordinary Council Meeting

16 March 2020 commencing at 7pm

All minutes are subject to confirmation at a subsequent

meeting and may be amended by resolution at that meeting.

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Ordinary Council 16 March 2020

Minutes

 

PRESENT: Councillor P. Palmer (Chair), Councillor S. Bennison, Councillor K. Brent, Councillor D. Brooks-Horn, Councillor K. Morris, Councillor D. Strassberg, Councillor F. Vissel and Councillor A. Zbik.

 

ALSO PRESENT: General Manager, Executive Manager – Environmental Services, Executive Manager – Open Space & Urban Services, Manager, Commercial Operations, Coordinator – Strategic Planning and Governance Officer.

 

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST:

 

Councillor Bennison declared a significant conflict of interest in relation to the Sport and Recreation Precinct - Concept Plan report as his client is the President of the Golf Club. He indicated he would vacate the chamber and not vote debate or vote on the item.

 

Councillor Strassberg declared a non-significant conflict of interest in relation to the Open Space in Sutherland Street - Consultation Outcome report as he lives at the other end of the street. He indicated he would remain in the chamber to debate and vote on the item.

 

Councillor Brooks-Horn declared a non-significant conflict of interest in relation to the Sport and Recreation Precinct - Concept Plan report as he is a social (non-playing) member of the Club. He indicated he would remain in the chamber to debate and vote on the item. 

 

APOLOGIES 

Apologies be received on behalf of Councillor D. Hutchens.

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Brooks-Horn and Palmer that  Councillors   and   that the apology be accepted and leave of absence be granted.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

OPENING OF MEETING WITH PRAYER

The meeting was opened with a prayer by the Reverend Karen Paull of the Lane Cove Uniting Church. 

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

The Mayor gave an acknowledgement of Country.

 

WEBCASTING OF COUNCIL MEETING

The Mayor advised those present that the Meeting was being webcast.

 

PUBLIC FORUM

 

Due to NSW Health advice regarding the COVID-19 situation, Council asked members of the public to address the Council via email.  Nineteen (19) written submissions were received and distributed to Councillors prior to the commencement of the meeting, as follows:-

 

Matthew Coombs of Lane Cove regarding the closure of the Lynvale Aged Care Residential Facility in Lane Cove North by Uniting Care Australia

 

Tom Goode, Ben Edwards and Simon Parsons consultant planner and architects regarding Planning Proposal 31 for 524-542 Pacific Highway, St Leonards (the “Telstra site”).

 

Ros Noone on behalf of the Sustainability Action Group in relation to Planning Proposal 31 for 524-542 Pacific Highway, St Leonards (the “Telstra site”)    

 

Alan Moss of Northwood regarding the Sport and Recreation Precinct Concept Plan

 

Valerie Le Bihan of Greenwich regarding Planning Proposal 31 for 524-542 Pacific Highway, St Leonards (the “Telstra site”)

 

Virginia Chin of St Leonards regarding the St Leonards South Development proposals

 

Michael Guthrie of Northwood regarding the Sport and Recreation Precinct Concept Plan

 

Diana Gedeon of Longueville regarding Notice of Motion - Kingsford Smith Oval - Dog Leash Free Use 

 

Adrienne Cahalan of Longueville regarding Notice of Motion - Kingsford Smith Oval - Dog Leash Free Use 

 

Silvana and Dario Novara regarding the St Leonards South Development proposals

 

Alan Winney of Greenwich regarding Planning Proposal 31 for 524-542 Pacific Highway, St Leonards (the “Telstra site”)

 

Bridget Kennedy of Lane Cove regarding Lane Cove's Energy Emissions and Water Use Targets    

 

Shauna Forrest of Lane Cove on behalf of the Lane Cove Bushland and Conservation Society regarding the Sport and Recreation Precinct Concept Plan

 

Lisa Perry of Greenwich regarding the St Leonards South Development proposals

 

Corinne Fischer of Lane Cove regarding  Lane Cove's Energy Emissions and Water Use Targets    

 

Jennifer Schneller of Northwood regarding Planning Proposal 31 for 524-542 Pacific Highway, St Leonards (the “Telstra site”)

 

Jennifer Schneller of Northwood regarding the Sport and Recreation Precinct Concept Plan

 

Ajaya Jayarao of Northwood regarding the Public Forum

 

 

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES OF ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING - 17 FEBRUARY 2020

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For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

 

Councillor Zbik proposed that the Minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held 17 February be amended to record that Min No.19 relating to Notice of Motion - Waste to Energy Project was not carried unanimously and that Councillors Vissel and Zbik voted against the resolution.  

 

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Brooks Horn and Bennison that the amended Minutes of the Ordinary Council meeting held on the 17 February 2020 be adopted subject to Min No.19 relating to Notice of Motion - Waste to Energy Project being amended to indicate Councillors Vissel and Zbik voted against the resolution.  

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

Mayoral Minute - National Redress Scheme

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Palmer that that the report be received and noted.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

 

Notice of Motion - Kingsford Smith Oval - Dog Leash Free Use

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MOTION

 

The Motion on Notice was moved by Councillors Brooks-Horn and Bennison that Council

 

1.       Undertake a trial to manage the Dog Leash Free Use of Kingsford Smith Oval as follows:-

 

a.        Chicanes be installed with gates;

 

b.        On Monday to Friday the gates are to be locked open between 7.30am and 3.30pm and be closed the remaining times;

 

c.         On Saturday and Sunday the gates be closed;

 

d.        Notwithstanding the above, when the oval is booked for a sporting match, dogs continue to be prohibited on the oval;

 

e.        The Lane Cove Dog Lovers Association  (LCDLA) members shall be responsible for opening the chicane gates Monday to Friday at 7:30am during a 1 month trial, Council staff shall be responsible for closing them when they leave the oval at the end of their shift;

 

f.          When the cricket nets are booked (i.e. not the full field), dogs shall be restricted to the northern third of the field. Signs will be prominently placed to create an imaginary line to designate the area which shall be available for leash free use by dogs. Dogs will not be permitted on the remaining two thirds of the field when the cricket nets are in use;

 

g.        Large signs shall be placed in prominent positions outlining the above rules including fines for dogs chasing and other offences pursuant to the Companion Animals Regulations 2008;

 

h.        Should the General Manager determine that in the interest of staff and/or public safety that the current arrangements are not working, then the General Manager prepare a report to Council for further consideration but immediately implement an alternative arrangement as discussed with community representatives that the gates be opened from Monday to Friday.

 

2.       A report be submitted to Council after the initial trial with the following information (including comparison data where available) to determine the success/non-success of the above strategies:-

 

a.     the reliability of the opening and closing of the gates;

 

b.     the number of reported instances where as a result of the unlocked gates on the chicanes there is injury to residents and/or their dogs;

 

c.     the number of confrontations between Council staff and dog owners,

 

d.     disruptions to hirers of the oval relating to dog use; and

 

e.     other information that the General Manager deems necessary to allows Council consideration of risk to staff and residents.

 

3.       Prior to commencement of the trial, video equipment be installed with appropriate signage to allow review of reported incidents (no real time monitoring). For example, a 4 system Camera System is available for circa $2000 (See attachment 1), which could be funded by an adjustment to Council’s Budget at the next Budget Review.

 

4.       During the initial 1-month trial period, Council investigate options for automation of the opening and closing of the gates and the information including costings be submitted with the report to Council. A possible solution could include two gates at each entrance one being automated (to be opened) and the other remain a manual self-closing gate.

 

5.       The General Manager work with the Lane Cove Dog Lover Association to develop a Code of Practice for use of the Oval as a Dog Leash Free Area and identify options for promotion of it and means of ensuring compliance.

 

6.       During the initial 1 month trial period, Council further investigate temporary fencing       options to provide the groundsman with a fully enclosed safe space to work on the oval.

 

7.       Council notes that LCDLA reserves the right to review its position taking into consideration Council’s findings and proposed solution after the one month trial.

 

 

Foreshadowed Motion

 

A Foreshadowed Motion was moved Councillor Palmer and Councillor Brent that Council undertake a trial to manage the Dog Leash Free Use of Kingsford Smith Oval as follows:-

 

1.       Chicanes be installed with gates;

 

2.       Council staff arrange for the gates to be open from Monday to Friday but

closed on Friday afternoon from 3.30pm through to Monday morning 6.30am.  

 

3.       Notwithstanding the above, when the oval is booked for a sporting match, dogs

continue to be prohibited on the oval;

 

4.       When the cricket nets are booked (i.e. not the full field), dogs shall be                         restricted  to the northern third of the field. Signs will be prominently placed to            create an imaginary line to designate the area which shall be available for

              leash free use by dogs. Dogs will not be permitted on the remaining two thirds

             of the field when the cricket nets are in use.

 

5.       Council investigate video equipment installation as a means to reduce dog-

              related incidents or vandalism at the Oval with appropriate signage to allow

              review of reported incidents (no real time monitoring).

 

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Upon being put to the meeting the Motion on Notice was declared carried.

 

For the Motion were Councillors Bennison, Brooks-Horn, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 5).

Against the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Brent and Strassberg (Total 3).

 

The Foreshadowed Motion lapsed.

 

Notice of Motion - Sydney Buses Privatisation / Franchise

 

 

MOTION

 

A Motion was moved Councillor Zbik seconded Councillor Vissell that Council:-

 

1.   Write to the NSW Premier – The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Lane Cove - The Hon. Anthony Roberts to express opposition to the proposed privatisation or franchise of local Sydney Buses services in the Lane Cove LGA; and,

 

2.   Seek assurances that bus services enjoyed by the people of Lane Cove not be cut or removed.

            Foreshadowed MotioN

 

A Foreshadowed Motion was moved Councillor Brooks-Horn seconded Councillor Brent that Council write to the NSW Premier – The Hon. Gladys Berejiklian and Member for Lane Cove The Hon. Anthony Roberts to seek assurances that bus services enjoyed by the people of Lane Cove not be cut or removed if  bus services in our area are privatised or franchised.

 

 

The Motion was put to the meeting and was declared lost.

 

For the Motion were Councillors Morris, Vissel and Zbik (Total 3).

Against the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn and Strassberg (Total 5).

 

 

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The Foreshadowed Motion became the Motion and upon being put to the meeting was declared carried.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn and Strassberg (Total 5). 

Against the Motion were Councillors Morris Vissel and Zbik (Total 3).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Officer Reports for Determination

 

 

Planning Proposal 31 - 524-542 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards (the “Telstra site”)

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Brent and Strassberg that having regard to the advice from the Lane Cove Local Planning Panel, at its 3 March 2020 meeting, it is recommended that the “Telstra site” Planning Proposal No. 31 not be supported and not proceed to Gateway Determination, as it:

 

A.    Fails the strategic merit test

 

Reasons

1.   Is not consistent with A Metropolis of Three Cities which identifies the St Leonards Strategic Centre as a major employment asset of the Eastern Economic Corridor for “attracting investment, business activity and jobs in strategic centres across Greater Sydney increasing access to a wide range of jobs, goods and services close to people’s homes and supporting the 30-minute city.” (p 119).

 

2.   Is not consistent with the North District Plan's priorities or actions for the St Leonards Commercial area, which identifies “the importance of the precinct as a key employment centre in Greater Sydney”. Particularly as a health and education (employment) "super precinct". This Proposal realises approximately 24% of the employment potential of the site as it currently exists, thereby constraining the centre’s ability to provide for the long-term projected employment growth as envisaged by the Plan.

 

3.   Counter to the "Significant Site" concept of the Draft 2036 Plan, the Draft Plan’s Economic Feasibility Report recommends retaining most or all of the existing B3 zoned sites, and allowing additional floorspace including mixed use with minimum commercial floorspace only in the B4 zone.

 

4.   Is not consistent with the following aspects of the Draft St Leonards/Crows Nest 2036 Plan:-

a.     The proposition by the proponent that St Leonards/Crows Nest cannot compete with North Ryde / Macquarie Park and Chatswood, and therefore commercial land use here represents a negative return on investment, is refuted by the 2036 Plan’s Economic Feasibility Report, which concludes "the new Metro station and Metro rail investment is expected to catalyse higher value office development in the medium-short term." (p75). That is, taking a longer-term, strategic perspective.

 

b.     The Proposal does not acknowledge or take into account recent development and leasing activity (i.e. approval of the JQZ 16-storey, A-grade commercial building, and the Mastercard tenancy);

 

c.     It is inconsistent with the "Significant Site" concept of the Draft 2036 Plan, which:

                              i.     Requires amalgamation with the AMA building (p.62. Opposed by applicant); and

                             ii.     allows mixed-use development on key sites to "encourage more A-grade commercial office floorspace. The proposal only intends to develop 24% of the current employment potential GFA, and therefore represents a significant underutilisation of the potential 28,000 m2 of commercial space.

 

d.     Given the likely impacts on the adjoining AMA building, the proposal does not “avoid unreasonably constraining development potential of neighbouring sites” – another Significant Site Design Criteria in the Draft 2036 Plan (page 62); 

 

e.     It requires a rigorous design excellence process, (and is currently inconsistent with the height concept of the Draft 2036 Plan); and

 

f.      It is inconsistent with the Draft 2036 Plan's Principle to "ensure no additional overshadowing of public open spaces..." (p11) as it would create additional overshadowing of Newlands Park from 10:15am to 10:45am. Note, as a result of height reduction in the December 2019 iteration, the proposal appears not to overshadow houses to the south of River Road.

 

5.   It is not consistent with the following aspects of Council’s exhibited and amended Draft Local Strategic Planning Statement:-

 

a.     Principles for the Location of Additional Housing (page 30) are focused on the St Leonards Strategic Centre and its surrounds in existing B3 Commercial Core zoned land, but not at the expense of the attraction and growth of jobs; and;

 

b.     Council’s action “To grow jobs in the St Leonards Commercial Office Precinct and Strategic Centre, all existing Commercial Core zoned land will be retained. This approach will be reviewed after the delivery of the Crows Nest Metro Station (in 2024)” (page 44).

 

6.   It is not consistent with Council's "pilot project" approach to St Leonards centre, which was not intended to become a precedent for others that are not part of the specified policy, but rather is a finely balanced policy designed to revitalise and stimulate the centre's long-term employment potential by activating sites adjacent to open space. Council’s pilot projects encourage commercial land uses above that currently required. It is too soon to consider further B4 rezoning.

 

7.   Due to the number and degree of non-compliances with the Draft 2036 Plan objectives, design criteria, design principles and actions, the proposal has not appropriately responded to any change in circumstances.

 

B.  Fails the site-specific merit test

 

     Reasons

8.   The applicant’s claim that due to site constraints, the size of the commercial floor plates would be limited and unsuited to “A-grade” stock is counter to the Draft 2036 Plan’s main reason for allowing B4 Mixed use – “mixed use development on key sites to encourage more A-grade commercial office floorspace and encourage revitalisation of St Leonards” (p 54). Even with the applicant’s amendments, the A-grade commercial floor space proposed is still a 24% underutilisation of the current potential.

 

9.   The proposed car stacker, servicing a 7-10-storey above-ground car park, for an estimated 65 peak hour vehicle movements per hour, is likely to compromise the amenity of business and residential tenants, and has the potential to adversely impact the traffic at the intersection of Christie St and Pacific highway, which is an important gateway to the precinct.

 

10. Due to the number and degree of non-compliances with the Draft 2036 Plan objectives, design criteria, design principles and actions, the proposed vehicular egress (via Pacific Highway) is not justified. If the site was amalgamated with 69 Christie Street (as per the Draft 2036 Plan) this would potentially be alleviated.

 

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

 

Councillor Scott Bennison left the meeting, the time being 08:24 PM.

 

Sport and Recreation Precinct - Concept Plan

 

MOTION

 

A Motion was moved by Councillors Brooks-Horn and Vissell that Council defer consideration of the matter for a Councillor Workshop on the proposed layout of the golf course with consultants present to achieve a par 64 layout and to review the building layout.

 

 

 

FORESHADOWED MOTION

 

A Foreshadowed Motion was moved by Councillors Palmer and Strassberg that Council:-

 

1.   Note and receive the report;

 

2.   Undertake consultation as outlined in the report subject to a second option being included which eliminates any changes to the golf course except the first hole, which remains a par 3 hole; and

 

3.   Include in the consultation a request for residents to make suggestions about other concepts that could be considered in the Sports Precinct.

 

4.   A further report be submitted to Council outlining the results of the consultation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Upon being put to the meeting the Motion was declared lost.

 

For the Motion were Councillors Brooks-Horn and Vissel (Total 2).

 

Against the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Brent, Strassberg, Zbik and Morris (Total 5).

 

The Foreshadowed Motion then became the Motion and upon being put to the meeting  was declared carried.

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 7).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

 

Councillor Bennison returned to the meeting, the time being 09:01 pm.

 

Councillor Brent left the meeting, the time being 09:02 pm

 

Open Space in Sutherland Street - Consultation Outcome

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RESOLVED on the motion moved Councillors Strassberg and Vissel that Council:-

 

1.   Receive and note the Report; and

 

2.   Approve Option 1, the larger park option for implementation.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

Councillor Brent returned to the meeting, the time being 09:03 pm

 

Councillor Brooks-Horn left the meeting, the time being 09:06 pm

 

Councillor Brooks-Horn returned to the meeting, the time being 09:14 pm

 

New Year's Eve Celebrations - Manns Pt, Greenwich Pennisula

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Vissel and Palmer that Council:-

 

1.   Receive and note the report; and Work with NSW Police to explore other alternatives to the current arrangements which maintain safety for celebrations on New Year’s Eve at Manns Pt Reserve on the Greenwich Peninsula and improve access for residents and their guests on New Year’s Eve.

 

2.   Prior to implementation, the proposed plan be notified to residents for comment in the affected area for a period of six weeks.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 7).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

Lane Cove's Energy Emissions and Water Use Targets

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RESOLVED on a motion moved Councillors Strassberg and Brent that Council:-

 

1.   Receive the report, noting in particular that:-

 

a.     Lane Cove Council’s total emissions represent 2% of the Lane Cove LGA emissions;

 

b.     A significant proportion of the remaining emissions in the Lane Cove LGA are from electricity used by residential and other stakeholders; and

 

c.     Therefore, it is imperative that Council establishes closer partnerships with the community and other stakeholders.

 

2.   Include a new supplementary chapter in Council’s Sustainability Action Plan which outlines the 8 key directions identified.

 

3.   Adopt and incorporate the following actions into the 2020-2021 Delivery Program and Operational Plan:-

 

a.     Examine industrial sites and large commercial buildings across the LGA to establish opportunities, and support solar PV installations, in a minimum of three locations in 2020/21;

 

b.     Implement a pilot project engaging large apartments to undertake an energy and water assessment to identify energy saving opportunities, along with an action plan;

 

c.     Prepare a paper on possible higher BASIX targets, including those already endorsed in other LGA’s and report back on the outcomes and opportunities;

 

d.     Lobby the NSW Government to encourage mandatory higher BASIX targets for residential and commercial new buildings; 

 

e.     Introduce a program for residents to engage sustainability consultants and implement sustainability outcomes at the pre-DA stage;

 

f.      Install a minimum of 100kW solar PV at the Aquatic Centre across the Grandstand and the main building in 2020/21;

 

g.     Council to continue to work with Ausgrid to complete the LED Streetlighting Program by December 2020;

 

h.     Review DCP controls and investigate increasing the NABERS rating of mixed-use developments to six stars and apartment ratings to a minimum of 5 stars;

 

i.       Identify opportunities for recycled water use in Council owned and leased facilities;

 

j.       Promote opportunities available to residents and business to improve water conservation and recycling in partnership with Sydney Water;

 

k.     Install water saving technology in the new 50m Pool;

 

l.       Implement the shared waste contract with business at The Canopy;

 

m.   Use The Canopy shared waste contract as a pilot program and investigate additional shared waste opportunities across the commercial sector;

 

n.     Seek to identify additional recycling and waste minimisation opportunities through collaboration with shared services with Hunters Hill Council;

 

o.     Prepare a Sustainable Transport Action Plan (STAP);

 

p.     Commence transitioning Council’s fleet to Electric Vehicles by 2025 including purchasing up to two additional electric vehicles in the next 12 months.;

 

q.     Develop and include an Electric Vehicle strategy in the DCP that mandates new developments include Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure;

 

r.      Continue to install Electric Vehicle infrastructure in public places.

 

    4.   Council continue to work towards the 2036 target of an 80% reduction in emissions and 0% increase in water use and establish a 2024 progressive target in the 2020 - 2024 CSP.

 

    5.   Council consider the assessment of potential urban heat effects by tracking tree

          canopy losses (via storms, TPOs and DAs) and additions (via DA landscape plans

          and open space plantings) with a view to achieving a 40% tree canopy coverage as

          outlined in the North Sydney District Plan.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Brent, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 6).

Against the Motion were Councillors Bennison and Brooks-Horn (Total 2).

 

Greenwich Village Games 2020

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Brooks-Horn and Palmer that Council:-

 

1.     Receive and note the information;

 

2.     Support the 2020 Greenwich Village Games being conducted by the Greenwich Village Games Organising Committee; and

 

3.   Appoint the following representatives to the 2020 Organising Committee the three (3) East Ward Councillors, Sandy Calder (Chairman), Mark Merrick (Events), Lynne Spencer (Secretary), Brendan Morse (Treasurer), Anne-Marie Sirca, Natalie Speer, Marina Von Behr, Peter Walton, Michael Ryland, Anthony Foley, Michael Armati, Stephen Shepherd, Jo Cooke, Richard Hawkins, Craig Stafford, Karen Markell, Penny Williams, Jon Tindall, Nick Tindall, Ray Karslake, Erin Cini, John Saleh, Midi Stormont, John Erasmus, Ben Wilson, Isabel Rawlence, Michelle Passmore, Peter Richards, Bede Thompson and Dennise Terry.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

Council Snapshot February 2020

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RESOLVED on the motion of Councillors Strassberg and Vissel that the report be received and noted.

 

 

For the Motion were Councillors Palmer, Bennison, Brent, Brooks-Horn, Strassberg, Vissel, Zbik and Morris (Total 8).

Against the Motion was Nil (Total 0).

 

 

CLOSE 

 

The meeting closed at 9.35pm

 

Confirmed at the Ordinary Council Meeting of Monday 20 April 2020 at which meeting the signature herein is subscribed.

 

MAYOR

 

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