Draft Ordinary Meeting Minutes

Held on Wednesday 20 July 2022

at Council Chambers, Biamanga Room Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre, Bega commencing at 2:00pm

 


 Present

Cr Russell Fitzpatrick, Mayor

Cr Liz Seckold, Deputy Mayor

Cr Tony Allen

Cr Cathy Griff

Cr Mitchell Nadin

Cr Helen O’Neil

Cr David Porter

Cr Joy Robin

Cr Karen Wright

 

 In Attendance

Chief Executive Officer, Mr Anthony McMahon

Acting Director, Assets and Operations, Mr Ian Macfarlane

Acting Director,  Community, Environment and Planning, Mrs Emily Harrison

Director, Business and Governance, Mrs Iliada Bolton

Acting Manager Communications and Events, Ms Skye Owen

Minute Secretary, Mrs Jackie Grant

 

 

Statement of Commencement of Live Streaming

The Mayor made an announcement about live streaming requirements:

Council meetings are recorded and live streamed to the Internet for public viewing. 

The recording will be archived and made available on Council’s website www.begavalley.nsw.gov.au.

Acknowledgement of Traditional Custodians of Bega Valley Shire

The Mayor commenced by acknowledging, on behalf of Bega Valley Shire Council, the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters of the Shire, the people of Yuin nation, to show respect to elders past and present.

Statement of Ethical Obligations

The Mayor and Councillors are reminded that they remain bound by the Oath/Affirmation of Office made at the start of the council term to undertake their civic duties in the best interests of the people of Bega Valley Shire and to faithfully and impartially carry out the functions, powers, authorities and discretions vested in them under the Local Government Act or any other Act, to the best of their skill and judgement.

The Mayor and Councillors are also reminded of the requirement for disclosure of conflicts of interest in relation to items listed for consideration on the Agenda or which are considered at this meeting in accordance with the Code of Conduct and Code of Meeting Practice.

 

1.

Apologies

 

There were no apologies.

 

2.

Confirmation of Minutes

116/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Seckold and Nadin

That the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on 29 June 2022 and the Extraordinary Meeting held on 13 July 2022 as circulated, be taken as read and confirmed.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

3.          Declarations

Non Pecuniary Interest

Cr Seckold declared a significant non pecuniary interest regarding Item 9.2 Kalaru to Bega share path – Feasibility study outcomes. Cr Seckold has been the chair of the Bega Tathra Saferide since its inception seven years ago. A signed declaration form was tabled by Cr Seckold, she will leave the chambers when this item is discussed.

4.          Public Forum

The following deputations were heard:

Item 8.2 Section 4.55(1a) Application to Modify Development Consent 2016.515 - 24 lot subdivision - Lot 4 DP 240604, East Street, Bega

·         Mr David Larkins - FOR

·         Mr Hugh Pitty on behalf of  Friends of Glebe Wetlands – AGAINST

Item 9.2 Kalaru to Bega shared path - feasibility study outcomes

·         Mr David Hislop - FOR

·         Mr Doug Reckord on behalf of Bega Tathra safe ride Inc  –  AGAINST

·         Mr Ken Sullivan - AGAINST

5.                 Petitions

Cr Griff mentioned a petition containing 146 signatures regarding protection of the grey headed flying foxes and their habitat at the Glebe Wetlands by:

·         Requiring that a new species impact statement is done

·         Completing the Camp Management Plan for the Glebe Wetlands flying-fox

·         Work with NSW Government to negotiate a solution to the problems caused by Council’s approval of the modification application

·         Seek that an effective buffer is restored

Cr Griff mentioned a petition containing 90 signatures regarding save Tura Beach biodiversity by:

·         Committing to transparency on any Zombie Development Applications (DA’s)

·         Acknowledge Council has the power to revoke Zombie DA’s

·         Acknowledge Council’s duty to consider environmental impacts

·         Acknowledge Council has power to refuse to allow an activity likely to significantly affect the environment

·         Acknowledge Council could waste money if a Zombie DA approval is shown to be invalid

6.          Mayoral Minutes

There were no mayoral minutes.

 

7.          Urgent Business

There was no urgent business.

8.          Staff Reports – Community, Environment and Planning

 

8.1

Youth Committee and Youth Programs

117/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and Porter

That Council:

1.    Note the current work being undertaken by Council to support and engage with young         people in the Bega Valley Shire.

2.    Resolve to seek funding for the development of a Bega Valley Youth Specific Strategy that         aligns with the community strategic plan at the commencement of the 2023 calendar year.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Allen, Porter and Wright

Against:                  Crs Seckold, O'Neil and Robin

 

 

8.2

Section 4.55(1a) Application to Modify Development Consent 2016.515 - 24 lot subdivision - Lot 4 DP 240604, East Street, Bega

 

A motion was moved by Crs Nadin and Porter

That the item be dealt with today.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

118/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and Porter

1.    That Council approves the Section 4.55(1A) Application to Modify Development Consent         2016.515 to increase the number of lots from 24 to 25 and use of constructed infrastructure         at Lot 4 DP 240604, East Street, Bega, subject to the draft modified conditions provided in         Attachment 1.

2.    That parties who made a submission be notified of Council’s decision.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Crs Griff and Seckold

 

 

 

9.          Staff Reports – Assets and Operations

 

9.1

RFT-10043351 Bega WTP design and construction

119/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Allen and Nadin

1.    That Council accepts the recommendations outlined in the confidential attachment

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

120/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Allen and Nadin

2.    That Council accepts the tender from Laurie Curran Water Pty Ltd in relation to contract for         the works for as described in RFT 1000043351, in the amount of $11,417,262.39 (excluding         GST), subject to variations

3.    That authority is delegated to the Chief Executive Officer to execute all necessary         documentation in relation to RFT 1000043351

4.    That all tenderers be advised of Council’s decision

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

9.2

Kalaru to Bega Shared Path - Feasibility Study Outcomes

 

Cr Seckold declared a significant non pecuniary interest regarding Item 9.2 Kalaru to Bega share path – Feasibility study outcomes. Cr Seckold has been the chair of the Bega Tathra Saferide since its inception seven years ago. A signed declaration form was tabled by Cr Seckold, she will leave the chambers when this item is discussed.

02:40 pm      Cr Seckold left the meeting.

A motion was moved by Crs Nadin and Allen

That the item be dealt with today.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

Absent:                    Cr Seckold

 

121/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Porter and Nadin

1.    Council acknowledge and thank the efforts of the Bega Valley Safe Ride Group in their         advocacy role for the improvement of safety outcomes for cyclists in the Bega Valley.

2.    Council receives and notes the Kalaru to Bega Shared Path Feasibility Design Study and its         attachments.

3.    Council note there is not provision for whole of life cost allocations to account for any new         assets in the currently adopted long term financial plan.

4.    Council will consider the project and funding options in the context of the shire-wide Active         Transport Strategy, noting a grant application has been submitted to the NSW Government         to complete the Strategy.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

Absent:                    Cr Seckold

02:54 pm      Cr Seckold returned to the meeting.

 

9.3

Lease to RBA Holdings Pty Ltd at Tura Beach reservoir site

 

A motion was moved by Crs Allen and Nadin

1.    That Council receive and note the report.

2.    That Council approve tenure of nine (9) years in the form of 3 x 3-year leases to RBA Holdings Pty Ltd for their continued occupation of part Lot 2 DP 826717 at Tura Beach reservoir site for an annual market rental of $12,870 including GST per annum less a rental rebate of 67%. This equates to a starting rental of $4,247.10 per annum plus the additional fees associated with co-location of an additional entity.

3.    That RBA Holdings Pty Ltd, be responsible for the payment of all costs associated with the lease extension.

4.    That Council authorise the Chief Executive Officer and Mayor to execute all necessary        documentation to provide the extension of tenure.

A motion was foreshadowed by Crs O’Neil and Robin

Approve tenure of nine (9) years in the form of 3 x 3-year leases to RBA for their continued occupation of part Lot 2 DP 826717 at Tura Beach reservoir site for an annual market rental of $12,870 including GST per annum and advise RBA that Council no longer supports a rental rebate. 

The motion was put to the vote and it was LOST

In favour:             Crs Nadin, Allen and Porter

Against:                  Crs Fitzpatrick, Griff, Seckold, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

 

The foreshadowed motion became the motion and was put to the vote and it was CARRIED

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Griff, Seckold, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Crs Nadin and Allen

 

122/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Robin and O'Neil

Approve tenure of nine (9) years in the form of 3 x 3-year leases to RBA for their continued occupation of part Lot 2 DP 826717 at Tura Beach reservoir site for an annual market rental of $12,870 including GST per annum and advise RBA that Council no longer supports a rental rebate. 

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Griff, Seckold, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Crs Nadin and Allen

 

 

9.4

Assignment of Lease - Lease Site LS-09 at Merimbula Airport

123/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and Porter

1.    That Council receive and note the report.

2.    That Council approves assignment of the lease for lease site LS-09 at Merimbula Airport from Bakersair Pty Limited to the Trustee for the Bourke Family Trust.

3.    That the applicant be responsible for the payment of all costs associated with the assignment of lease process.

4.    That the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer be authorised to execute the necessary documentation to formalise the above course of action.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

9.5

RFT 2122-040 Mount Darragh Road and Tantawangalo Mountain Road DRFA Restoration Works

124/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Allen and Robin

1.    That Council accepts the recommendations outlined in the confidential attachment

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

125/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Allen and Robin

2.    That Council accepts the tender from Leed Engineering and Construction Pty Ltd in relation to    contract for the works for separable portion A, as described in tender 2122-040, in the         amount of $3,543,793.94 (excluding GST), subject to variations and provisional sums

3.    That Council rejects the tenders in relation to contract for works for separable portion B, as         described in tender RFT 2122-040, and enter negotiations with the recommended tenderer

4.    That authority is delegated to the Chief Executive Officer to execute all necessary         documentation in relation to RFT 2122-040

5.    That all tenderers be advised of Council’s decision

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

10.        Staff Reports – Business and Governance

 

10.1

Review of Council Policies - adoption of exhibited documents Batch 1 submissions received

126/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and Seckold

1.    That Council adopt Draft Policy 4.04 companion animal management with amendments as         outlined in this report

2.    That the adopted companion animal management policy be published on Council’s   website

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

10.2

Review of Council Policies - adoption of exhibited documents Batch 1

127/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and O'Neil

1.    That Council adopts the following policies:

a.    Draft Policy 3.09 Dedication of Public Land

b.    Draft Policy 3.10 Waste Services

c.    Draft Policy 4.05 Enforcement and Compliance

d.    Draft Policy 4.06 Cemeteries and Memorials

e.    Draft Policy 4.10 Land Under Council Jurisdiction

f.     Draft Policy 5.01 Asset Management

g.    Draft Policy 5.02 Transport Services

2.    That the documents be published on Council’s website

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

10.3

Review of Council Policies - Batch 4

128/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and Griff

1.    That Council places the following draft policies on public exhibition:

·         Policy 2.01 Live, Work, Invest

·         Policy 2.03 Digital Economy

·         Policy 2.04 Traditional Industries

·         Policy 2.05 Tourism

·         Policy 3.08 Asbestos Management

·         Policy 6.08 Procurement of Assets and Services

·         Policy 6.09 Information Technology

·         Policy 6.12 Access to Information

·         Policy 6.15 Interstate and Overseas Travel

·         Policy 6.17 Integrated Planning and Reporting

·         Policy 6.19 Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)

·         Policy 6.20 Related Party Disclosures

·         Policy 6.21 Public Private Partnerships

·         Policy 6.22 Business Incentives

2.    That the Policies listed above be exhibited for a minimum period of 28 days and that submissions be received for 42 days.

3.    That should there be no submissions to policies 2.03 digital economy, 2.04 traditional industries, 2.05 tourism, 6.17 integrated planning and reporting, 6.21 public private partnerships, and 6.22 business incentives during public exhibition, these policies to be REVOKED.

4.    That following public exhibition, a further report be presented to Council including any submissions received and submit the final policies recommended for adoption.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

 

10.4

Certificate of Investment June 2022

129/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and O'Neil

1.    That Council receive and note the report on Council’s investment position at 30 June 2022.

2.    That Council notes the certification of the Responsible Accounting Officer.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

10.5

Audit, Risk & Improvement Committee Quarterly Report June 2022

130/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs O'Neil and Griff

The Audit, Risk & Improvement Committee Quarterly Report June 2022 was noted.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

10.6

Code of conduct reviewer panel 2022 - 2026

131/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Griff and Nadin

1.    That council adopt the code of conduct review panel established by the Canberra Joint Region Organisation (CRJO) effective from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2026

2.    That the following eighteen (18) consultants / entities be appointed to Bega Valley Shire Councils conduct review panel until 30 June 2026:

·         Australian Workplace Training & Investigation

·         BAL Lawyers

·         BDO Services Pty Ltd

·         Centium Pty Ltd

·         Local Government Legal

·         Maddocks

·         McCullough Robertson Lawyers

·         Mediate Today Pty Ltd

·         Nemesis Consultancy Group

·         O'Connor Marsden and Associates Pty Ltd

·         Pendlebury work place solutions

·         RSM

·         SINC Solutions Pty Ltd

·         Weir Consulting (National)

·         Winton Consulting Pty Ltd

·         WISE Workplace

·         Workdynamic Pty Ltd

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Allen, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Nil

 

 

 

10.7

Local Government NSW Annual Conference 2022

 

A motion was moved by Crs Nadin and Porter

That Council endorse Crs Nadin and Porter as voting delegates and Cr Griff as a non-voting delegate, the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to attend the Local Government’s NSW (LGNSW) Annual Conference to be held from 23-25 October 2022.

A motion was foreshadowed by Crs Fitzpatrick and Allen

That Council endorse the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to attend the Local Government’s NSW (LGNSW) Annual Conference to be held from 23-25 October 2022.

A Point of order was called from Cr O’Neil regarding Cr Nadin.
Cr Fitzpatrick upheld the point of order.

The motion was put to the vote and it was CARRIED

In favour:             Crs Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Porter and Wright

Against:                  Crs Fitzpatrick, Allen, O'Neil and Robin

 

132/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Nadin and Porter

That Council endorse Crs Nadin and Porter as voting delegates and Cr Griff as a non-voting delegate, the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to attend the Local Government’s NSW (LGNSW) Annual Conference to be held from 23-25 October 2022.

 

 

11.        Councillor Reports

 

11.1

2022 National General Assembly of Local Government Communique

 

Cr Fitzpatrick’s report was noted.

 

12.        Rescission/Alteration Motions

There were no Rescission/alteration motions.

13.        Notices of Motion

 

13.1

Cr Cathy Griff - Bega Valley Shire Flying Fox Camp Management Plan

133/22

RESOLVED on the motion of Crs Griff and Wright

That Council:

1.    Prioritise completion of the Bega Valley Shire Flying Fox Camp Management Plan, to identify appropriate management measures for grey-headed flying foxes in Bega Valley Shire.

2.    Engage with relevant officers in Eurobodalla and Shoalhaven Councils to investigate successful strategies that have been applied in similar local government areas. 

3.    Work with key stakeholders such as the Bournda Environmental Education Centre, Pambula Wetlands and Heritage Projects Inc, Friends of Glebe Wetlands, and the Biodiversity and Conservation Division (BCD) in Department of Planning and Environment to increase community understanding of the importance of protecting the grey-headed flying fox and its habitat in Bega Valley Shire.

In favour:             Crs Fitzpatrick, Nadin, Griff, Seckold, Porter, O'Neil, Robin and Wright

Against:                  Cr Allen

 

14.        Questions with Notice

There were no questions with notice.

15.        Questions without Notice

 

15.1

Cr Nadin - Boydtown planning proposal and development

 

A response to Cr Nadin’s Question without Notice from 18 May 2022 Ordinary Council Meeting was provided in the Ordinary Council Meeting Agenda of 20 July 2022.

 

 

 

15.2

Cr Fitzpatrick - Brief report on number of outstanding Development Applications

 

A response to Cr Fitzpatrick’s Question without Notice from 15 June 2022 Ordinary Council Meeting was provided in the Ordinary Council Meeting Agenda of 20 July 2022.

 

 

 

15.3

Cr O'Neil - When will the Council carry out and complete the survey on the contribution of short term rentals to Bega Valley’s acute housing shortage?

 

Cr Helen O’Neil asked when will the Council carry out and complete the survey on the contribution of short term rentals to Bega Valley’s acute housing shortage which is part of the Bega Valley Housing Strategy? Will the Council consider a local registration of short term rental properties to be funded through registration fee, and will it consult with the other regional shire councils also dealing with the impact of short term rentals on housing on possible options for tracking and regulating short term rental businesses?

Acting Director Community, Environment and Planning responded:

Strategy 14 includes a socio-economic impact assessment of the impacts of STRA in the Bega Valley Shire, with the purpose of reviewing whether it is appropriate to limit or restrict STRA in certain locations and request inclusion in the Housing SEPP 2021 as a “prescribed area”. This strategy also identified that consideration could be given to gaining approval for a shorter time, such as 90 days in a 365 day period.

This is medium term strategy so will be undertaken over the next 2-4 yrs.

Before we can progress this, we need current fluctuations in the housing market to settle, and will need to allocate this work to be completed under the relevant Operational Plan and budget process

Until we’ve done the assessment we don’t know what it will find or what potential solutions can be considered or implemented to address the impacts.

Local registration of short term rental accommodation (STRA) properties is not an action in the adopted strategy. The use of the state government STRA register to levy a fee on STRA property owners was investigated in the development of the strategy, however Council is unable to use the register for this purpose due to privacy restrictions (the information provided by the STRA Register can only be used for the purpose it was collected).

Staff are monitoring other councils’ responses to STRA and will consult with other regional councils during the implementation of the strategy.

Since the Affordable Housing Strategy was adopted in May 2022, Council staff have been progressing a number of actions within the strategy, including:

·         the establishment of the Affordable Housing Implementation Group – Expressions of Interest opened on 18 July (closing 7 August), to help us implement and monitor the strategy (strategy 1)

·         a planning proposal to make amendments to the Local Environmental Plan and several associated changes to the Development Control Plan which will be publicly exhibited shortly (Strategy 7)

·         an RFQ to engage a consultant to prepare Council’s new Local Infrastructure Contributions Plan has been distributed which includes a deliverable to conduct a feasibility analysis and make recommendations on the potential for an Affordable Housing Contributions Scheme (Strategy 17).

 

15.4

Cr Nadin - Can council please be advised of all other “zombie” DAs in the Bega Valley Shire?

 

Cr Nadin - Can council be advised of all other “zombie” DAs in the Bega Valley Shire?

Chief Executive Officer, Mr Anthony McMahon took the question on notice and noted that the research may not be available in the short term due to staff going back to do the assessment of where these DA’s are up to are the same staff currently trying to assess all our DA’s. He also advised as a first step staff would bring back suggestions on criteria to use to define  ’zombie’ DA’s.

 

15.5

Cr Nadin – Update on the Twyford Hall development and if there is a possibility we can remove the construction fence?

 

Cr Nadin asked can Council be updated on the Twyford Hall development and if there is a possibility we can remove the construction fence?

Chief Executive Officer Mr Anthony McMahon advised Public Works have been engaged by the Government to move the project forward, there are three parts they are currently undertaking:

1. Connect electrical supply works that has been an underlying issue to stop the woks progressing

2. Complete plumbing works

3. Complete the driveway crossover and associated pavement works

Fencing will be removed on completion of works (footpath) which is anticipated for end of September this year, there will still be internal works to be completed.

 

15.6

Cr Allen – Update on Bermagui return and earn removal

 

Cr Allen asked for an update on the Bermagui return and earn removal.

Chief Executive Officer Mr Anthony McMahon advised there was intention to establish a temporary arrangement in Bermagui until a more permanent solution as an alternative to the Woolworths site is potentially found. The owner of the alternate site arrangement has been unwell, Council’s understanding is there won’t be a service in place after the 31 July 2022 for some period. It is understood Tomra (contractor responsible) are still looking for a site with the long term solution still unknown at this point and further clarification required.

 

15.7

Cr O'Neil - 2 part question regarding Stage 13 Mirador development

 

Cr O’Neil asked:

1. Has Council investigated and if so do they think it is viable as suggested by David Wightman of RCL to do a land swap given that ABC reports that 33 sites in stage 13 are already sold?

2. Could you describe the further stages of the development that are include in the development application which would involve further land clearing around Tura Beach and the possible course of action that council could take on the land clearing in the context of the state of the Australian environment as part of yesterdays national report release?

Acting Director Community, Environment and Planning, Mrs Emily Harrison advised in relation to the land swap Council has not been approached by the developer, so it has not been formally investigated.

In relation to the further stages of the development there are at least two more stages in that development, they will be subject to the same conditions as stage 13, if the consent is still valid they will be able to go ahead when the developer decides pending a construction certificate being issued and the same reviews will take place as is now of that construction certificate.

Chief Executive Officer Mr Anthony McMahon added that even though Council hasn’t been approached about a potential land swap, if we were asked the answer will be that Council do not have any land to swap due to very limited supply of land available for Council to do anything with what we own at present let alone swap it.

 

15.8

Cr Fitzpatrick - How many lots are in stages 8 and 9 in the Mirador subdivision?

 

Cr Fitzpatrick asked how many lots are in stages 8 and 9 in the Mirador subdivision?

Acting Director Community, Environment and Planning, Mrs Emily Harrison took the question on notice.

 

16.        Confidential Business  

There was no confidential business.

17.        Noting of Resolutions from Closed Session

There were no noting of resolutions from closed session.

18.        Declassification of reports considered previously in closed session

There were no declassification of reports considered previously in closed session.

Closure

There being no further business, the Chairperson closed the meeting at 04:05 pm.

Confirmed

Chairperson of the meeting of the Bega Valley Shire Council held on Wednesday, 20 July 2022.