2018 Motions database

This page contains all motions passed at Council meetings in 2018.

4 December 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Andrew GuilfoyleBianca SandriRelationship Management System12.1/CC21218/004

Council Resolution

1218/004

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES the report on the Stage 2 - Detailed Implementation Analysis and Design. 
2. That Council ENDORSES the progression of the Relationship Management System to Stage 3 - Implementation of Relationship Management System and Stage 4 - Relationship Management System Support and Maintenance.
3. That Council APPROVES the execution of recurring annual licencing agreements with software provider Salesforce (SFDC Australia Pty Ltd) for a maximum duration of four years.
4. That Council APPROVES, through the 2018/2019 Budget Review process, budget of $1,120,000 funded from 2018/2019 general rates revenue in excess of budget.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKaren CaddyWeed and Pest Management Policy Consultation Outcomes12.1/PS11218/005

Council Resolution

1218/005

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ENDORSES the revised Weed and Pest Management Policy.
2. That Council ENDORSES the revised Pesticide Use Notification Plan.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Lagan, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Guilfoyle, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.

Council Resolution

1218/005

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ENDORSES the revised Weed and Pest Management Policy.
2. That Council ENDORSES the revised Pesticide Use Notification Plan.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Lagan, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Guilfoyle, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleCommunity Garden Application - Inglewood Mount Lawley12.1/PS21218/006

Council Resolution

1218/006

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That community consultation be APPROVED for a proposed community garden at the Portion of Lot 7366, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley (currently within the leased area of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club) site.
2. That a report be PRESENTED to Council on the outcomes of community consultation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleCommunity Garden Application - Inglewood Mount Lawley12.1/PS21218/006

Council Resolution

1218/006

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That community consultation be APPROVED for a proposed community garden at the Portion of Lot 7366, 1 Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley (currently within the leased area of the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club) site.
2. That a report be PRESENTED to Council on the outcomes of community consultation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleAdam SpagnoloMenora Underground Power Project Variation12.1/F41218/007

Council Resolution

1218/007

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to sign the Funding Agreement Variation document between the City of Stirling, Western Power and the State Government (the Public Utilities Office) for the implementation of the Menora Major Residential Project under the State Underground Power Program.
2. That Council REVOKES the previously imposed charges adopted under Council Resolution Number 0718/024 for the provision of underground electricity in the Menora State Underground Power Program project.
3. That Council IMPOSES the following new charges for the provision of underground electricity in the Menora State Underground Power Program project.
The Charges to be imposed be based on the kilo-volt-ampere supplied and type of connection, if any, required by each individual property. The Network Charge to be imposed is raised at the rate of $1,583.99 per kilo-volt-ampere and a Connection Charge ranging between $0 and $855 depending on the individual properties current supply arrangements.
4. That Council NOTES that the increase in the Menora State Underground Power Program project budget will be managed via the mid-year budget review process:-
a. The City’s portion of the variation for City owned properties; $17,924 will be offset by additional general rates revenue identified as part of the mid-year budget review process.
b. The Ratepayers portion; $393,481 will be adjusted in the Revenue and Expenditure items to reflect the cost neutral position for the City. The additional funds will be recovered from an increase to the service charge rate in the dollar per kilo-volt-ampere.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleGiovanni ItalianoLease to Cedric Investment over Lot 82, House Number 18, Sanderling Street, Stirling12.1/PRS11218/008

Council Resolution

1218/008

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Italiano
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over Lot 82, House Number 18, Sanderling Street, Stirling to Cedric Investment Pty Ltd subject to compliance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, in line with the following essential terms:-
a. A term of 12 months with the option of early termination after the sixth month;
b. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $6,034 plus GST plus outgoings.

2. That Council APPROVES that the Chief Executive Officer be granted delegated authority to enter into any variation or extension of the lease at Lot 82, House Number 18, Sanderling Street, Stirling, subject to:-
a. The intention to dispose of property being advertised in accordance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, as required under the Act;
b. Any extension be limited to a period no longer that 12 months;
c. The rental be set at not less than 10% below that of a licenced valuation as determined by a licenced valuer; and
d. In the event an objecting submission is received this delegation does not apply and the proposal is presented to Council for consideration.

3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to enter into the lease to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the lease.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleAdam SpagnoloClosure of Portion of Road Reserve abutting the Dog Swamp Shopping Centre at Lot 18, House Number 6, Wanneroo Road, Yokine12.1/PRS21218/009

Council Resolution

1218/009

Council Resolution

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That the Item relating to Item 12.1/PRS2 - Closure of Portion of Road Reserve abutting the Dog Swamp Shopping Centre at Lot 18, House Number 6, Wanneroo Road, Yokine be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held 5 February 2019 to allow further information to be provided.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/5).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Italiano, Proud and Sargent.

Council Resolution

1218/009

Council Resolution

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That the Item relating to Item 12.1/PRS2 - Closure of Portion of Road Reserve abutting the Dog Swamp Shopping Centre at Lot 18, House Number 6, Wanneroo Road, Yokine be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held 5 February 2019 to allow further information to be provided.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/5).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Italiano, Proud and Sargent.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriTender for Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Advisory and Audit Services12.1/TE11218/010

Council Resolution

1218/010

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to Item 12.1/TE1 - Tender for Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Advisory and Audit Services be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held 5 February 2019 to allow further information to be provided.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Caddy.

Council Resolution

1218/010

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to Item 12.1/TE1 - Tender for Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Advisory and Audit Services be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee Meeting to be held 5 February 2019 to allow further information to be provided.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Caddy.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor David Boothman - Proposed City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Amendment Local Law 201812.1/GS11218/011

Council Resolution

1218/011

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council NOTES the change of practice to ensure that at a Council meeting:-
a. The Presiding Member of the Committee is called on first to move the Committee recommendations; and 
b. All foreshadowed and alternative motions submitted by midday on the day of the meeting will be included in the Running Sheet.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.

Council Resolution

1218/011

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council NOTES the change of practice to ensure that at a Council meeting:-
a. The Presiding Member of the Committee is called on first to move the Committee recommendations; and 
b. All foreshadowed and alternative motions submitted by midday on the day of the meeting will be included in the Running Sheet.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne Migdale2018 City of Stirling Policy Manual Review12.1/GS31218/012

Council Resolution

1218/012

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ADOPTS the following policies with amendments:-
a. Art Collection Policy
b. Asset Management Policy
c. Committee and Working Group External Members Policy
d. Crossover Policy
e. Directional Signs Policy
f. Dog Exercise Areas Policy
g. Elected Members’ Conferences and Training Policy
h. Elected Members’ Entitlements Policy
i. Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
j. Gifts, Benefits or Hospitality Policy
k. Honorary Freeman of the City of Stirling Policy
l. Investments Policy
m. Issue and Use of Corporate Credit Cards Policy
n. Modification of Traffic Management Treatments for Property Access Policy
o. New Footpath Policy
p. Overdue Rates and Service Charges Collection Policy
q. Procurement Policy
r. Sponsorship Policy
s. Street Lighting Improvements Policy
t. Traffic Management Warrants Policy
u. Verge Treatments Policy

2. That Council ADOPTS the following policies with minor amendments:-
a. Bulk Bins on Verges Policy
b. Complaints Policy
c. Information and Communication Technology Asset Disposal Policy
d. Information and Technology Acceptable Use Policy
e. Information Management Policy
f. Legal Representation for Elected Members and Employees Policy
g. Library Collection Development Policy
h. Library Services Policy
i. Non-Current Asset Accounting Policy
j. Risk Management Policy
k. Stirling History Collection Policy

3. That Council ADOPTS the review of the following policies with no amendments:-
a. Beach Recreational Activity Policy
b. Charity Clothing Bins on Council Controlled Land Policy
c. Coat of Arms and Corporate Symbol Policy
d. Community Garden Policy
e. Compliance Enforcement Policy
f. Council Election Caretaker Policy
g. Disaster Appeals Policy
h. Elected Members’ Allowances and Expenses Policy
i. Elected Members’ Communications Policy
j. Election Signs on Road Reserves and Council Land Policy
k. Erection of Signs in Thoroughfares by Not for Profit Groups Policy
l. Fines and Costs Recovery Policy
m. Leisure Planning Policy
n. Line Markings on Reserves Policy
o. Media and Communication Policy
p. Occupational Safety and Health Policy
q. Out of Season Use of Active Reserves Policy
r. Outdoor Eating Facilities in Public Places Policy
s. Parking Facilities Adjacent to Schools Policy
t. Parking Permit Policy
u. Parking Restrictions – Notification to Affected Residents Policy
v. Parking Restrictions Adjacent to Schools Policy
w. Personal Training Policy
x. Playground Policy
y. Public Open Space Barbeque Policy
z. Public Open Space Exercise Equipment Policy
aa. Public Toilet Policy
bb. Requirements for Private Connections to the City’s Street Drainage System Policy
cc. Stallholders and Traders Permits in Thoroughfares Policy
dd. Stormwater Runoff Disposal Policy
ee. Street and Reserve Trees Policy
ff. Surf Skills Coaching Lessons Policy
gg. Sustainability Policy
hh. Swimming Pools – Carnivals Policy
ii. Use of Fireworks and Pyrotechnics Policy
jj. Waiver of Municipal Rates on an “A” Class Reserve
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Guilfoyle, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.

Committee Recommendation
1. That Council ADOPTS the following policies with amendments:-
a. Art Collection Policy
b. Asset Management Policy
c. Committee and Working Group External Members Policy
d. Crossover Policy
e. Directional Signs Policy
f. Dog Exercise Areas Policy
g. Elected Members’ Conferences and Training Policy
h. Elected Members’ Entitlements Policy
i. Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
j. Gifts, Benefits or Hospitality Policy
k. Honorary Freeman of the City of Stirling Policy
l. Investments Policy
m. Issue and Use of Corporate Credit Cards Policy
n. Modification of Traffic Management Treatments for Property Access Policy
o. New Footpath Policy
p. Overdue Rates and Service Charges Collection Policy
q. Procurement Policy
r. Sponsorship Policy
s. Street Lighting Improvements Policy
t. Traffic Management Warrants Policy
u. Verge Treatments Policy

2. That Council ADOPTS the following policies with minor amendments:-
a. Bulk Bins on Verges Policy
b. Complaints Policy
c. Information and Communication Technology Asset Disposal Policy
d. Information and Technology Acceptable Use Policy
e. Information Management Policy
f. Legal Representation for Elected Members and Employees Policy
g. Library Collection Development Policy
h. Library Services Policy
i. Non-Current Asset Accounting Policy
j. Risk Management Policy
k. Stirling History Collection Policy

3. That Council ADOPTS the review of the following policies with no amendments:-
a. Beach Recreational Activity Policy
b. Charity Clothing Bins on Council Controlled Land Policy
c. Coat of Arms and Corporate Symbol Policy
d. Community Garden Policy
e. Compliance Enforcement Policy
f. Council Election Caretaker Policy
g. Disaster Appeals Policy
h. Elected Members’ Allowances and Expenses Policy
i. Elected Members’ Communications Policy
j. Election Signs on Road Reserves and Council Land Policy
k. Erection of Signs in Thoroughfares by Not for Profit Groups Policy
l. Fines and Costs Recovery Policy
m. Leisure Planning Policy
n. Line Markings on Reserves Policy
o. Media and Communication Policy
p. Occupational Safety and Health Policy
q. Out of Season Use of Active Reserves Policy
r. Outdoor Eating Facilities in Public Places Policy
s. Parking Facilities Adjacent to Schools Policy
t. Parking Permit Policy
u. Parking Restrictions – Notification to Affected Residents Policy
v. Parking Restrictions Adjacent to Schools Policy
w. Personal Training Policy
x. Playground Policy
y. Public Open Space Barbeque Policy
z. Public Open Space Exercise Equipment Policy
aa. Public Toilet Policy
bb. Requirements for Private Connections to the City’s Street Drainage System Policy
cc. Stallholders and Traders Permits in Thoroughfares Policy
dd. Stormwater Runoff Disposal Policy
ee. Street and Reserve Trees Policy
ff. Surf Skills Coaching Lessons Policy
gg. Sustainability Policy
hh. Swimming Pools – Carnivals Policy
ii. Use of Fireworks and Pyrotechnics Policy
jj. Waiver of Municipal Rates on an “A” Class Reserve
 

Stephanie ProudAndrew GuilfoyleOutcome of Ward Boundaries and Elected Member Representation Review 201812.1/GS41218/013

Council Resolution

1218/013

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Guilfoyle
1. That in accordance with Clause 9 of Schedule 2.2 of the Local Government Act 1995, Council PROPOSES to the Local Government Advisory Board:-
a. An Order be made under Section 2.2 (1)(c) of the Local Government Act 1995 to change the Coastal Ward, Doubleview Ward, Hamersley Ward and Osborne Ward boundaries of the City of Stirling as detailed in Option 1c of the Discussion Paper.
b. The changes be implemented from the Ordinary Council Elections to be held on 19 October 2019.
2. That Council FORWARDS the Ward Boundaries and Elected Member Representation Review 2018 – Discussion Paper and Pubic Submissions to the Local Government Advisory Board for its consideration.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/5) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Irwin, Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.

Council Resolution

1218/013

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Guilfoyle
1. That in accordance with Clause 9 of Schedule 2.2 of the Local Government Act 1995, Council PROPOSES to the Local Government Advisory Board:-
a. An Order be made under Section 2.2 (1)(c) of the Local Government Act 1995 to change the Coastal Ward, Doubleview Ward, Hamersley Ward and Osborne Ward boundaries of the City of Stirling as detailed in Option 1c of the Discussion Paper.
b. The changes be implemented from the Ordinary Council Elections to be held on 19 October 2019.
2. That Council FORWARDS the Ward Boundaries and Elected Member Representation Review 2018 – Discussion Paper and Pubic Submissions to the Local Government Advisory Board for its consideration.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/5) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Irwin, Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentCultural Development Fund Level 1 Flagship Applications 2018/2019 Round Two12.1/CC11218/015

Council Resolution

1218/015

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council APPROVES the recommended funding amounts for the Cultural Development Fund Flagship Applications for Round Two of the 2018/2019 Financial Year as follows:- 
a. Jambo Africa Festival - $20,000
b. Rotary Carine Community Fair - $30,000
c. Colours of Italy - $20,000
d. Mirrabooka NAIDOC Event - $20,000
Total amount to be funded: $90,000
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 4 Ending 31 October 201812.1/F11218/016

Council Resolution

1218/016

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of accounts drawn and payments made for Period 4, 1 October – 31 October 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $23,408,841.47
Trust Fund         6,146.52
Reserve Fund                     0
TOTAL $23,414,987.99
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 October 201812.1/F21218/017

Council Resolution

1218/017

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 October 2018 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith Sargent2019/2020 Budget Timetable and Broad Budget Parameters12.1/F31218/018

Council Resolution

1218/018

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ADOPTS the 2019/2020 Budget Adoption timetable as detailed within this report.

2. That the 2019/2020 Budget and three forecast years be DEVELOPED having regard to the following broad parameters:-
a. The Budget will deliver the approved Strategic Community Plan and Corporate Business Plan, aligning with the Long Term Financial Plan and reflecting the agreed services to be provided. Four year budgeting will be implemented and due for completion at the same time as the 2019/2020 budget;

b. No additional total spend on FTE and end-dated positions, except for that associated with salary increases and grant-funded positions, or to reflect approved Service Plans;

c. Salaries and Wages will incorporate an allowance to cover expected ECA increases;

d. Additional capital works are to be in line with Asset Management plans with no additional projects outside the Asset Management plans to be added;

e. Index rate forecasts are as follows:-
i. CPI in line with the Department of Treasury forecast; and
ii. The Local Government Cost Index (LGCI) in line with the WA Local Government Association forecast;

f. All budgets for operating expenditure to be in line with approved Service Plans and limited to 2018/2019 levels plus allowance to cover CPI; 

g. General revenue, fees and charges, other than rates, will be based on business activity and market rates except where Council has otherwise directed;

h. Investment revenue will be based on expected cash flows and forecasted market rates for 2019/2020; 

i. Security Levy and Waste Services will be self-funding; and

j. Alternative revenue streams will be considered including differential rating for the City.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentIntroduction of Compulsory Electronic Conveyancing: Execution of Documents12.1/PRS31218/019

Council Resolution

1218/019

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council AUTHORISE:-
a. Any lawyer or conveyancer acting as the City’s agent and carrying proper instructions from the Chief Executive Officer to complete a transaction; and
b. The Chief Executive Officer to sign and execute the following documents on behalf of the City including by use of an electronic conveyancing system:-
i. Transfer of land;
ii. Lodgement, modification and withdrawal of caveats; and
iii. Discharge or transfer.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentUSE OF THE RECEPTION HALL FOR 2019 CIVIC EVENTS12.1/GS21218/020

Council Resolution

1218/020

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council APPROVES the use of the Reception Hall by the City to host identified annual Civic Functions during 2019 as contained in Attachment 1 and the allocation of Councillors to give the opening address at Citizenship Ceremonies.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentMonthly Petition Status Report Update12.1/A11218/021

Council Resolution

1218/021

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council NOTES the Petition Status Report Update for the month of November 2018.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyDavid BoothmanSERVICE IMPROVEMENTS - DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PROGRESS UPDATE13.11218/022

Council Resolution

1218/022

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Boothman
1. That Council RECEIVES the officer's report on the progress of the implementation of Service Improvements for the Development Services Business Unit.

2. That Council ENDORSES the Customer Service Agreement as detailed in Attachment 2.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillor Spagnolo.
 

Giovanni ItalianoAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Giovanni Italiano and Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Traffic and Road Safety Review of Main Street, Osborne Park14.11218/023

Council Resolution

1218/023

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That a report BE PROVIDED to Council regarding a traffic and road safety review of Main Street, Osborne Park, between Federal and Eldorado Streets, that gives consideration to:-
a. A review of the recently installed on-street parking bays and 40km/h variable speed zone; and
b. The feasibility of constructing traffic management measures to address concerns of excessive vehicle speeds.
2. That the City of Stirling UNDERTAKES, as a matter of urgency, a review of the recent configuration of on-street parking on Main Street, between Federal and Eldorado Streets, Osborne Park.
3. That a report be PREPARED in relation to the crash statistics on the corner of Main Road and Royal Street, Osborne Park.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Andrew Guilfoyle - City Writes to Minister Requesting One-for-One Tree Planting Trial14.21218/024

Council Resolution

1218/024

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the City WRITES to the Minister for the Environment to propose a tree planting trial, requesting that the State Government matches one-for-one City planted trees and subsequent maintenance on State owned median strips and schools within the City of Stirling, noting that the proposal is budget-neutral for the City, and beginning with the following trial areas:-
a. Median strip on Reid Highway between Marmion Avenue and Mitchell Freeway, Carine; and 
b. Takari Primary School, 5 Rickman Street, Balcatta.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/6).

For: Councillors Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Migdale, Sandri and Sargent.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Karen Caddy - Changes to Scheme Amendments requested by the Minister for Planning14.31218/025

Council Resolution

1218/025

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council RECEIVES the report which details the changes made / requested by the Minister for Planning as part of her approval of the City’s Scheme Amendments in the last three years, and which provides advice on how Council might mitigate this in the future. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriELECTION TO PURCHASE LAND IN LIEU OF PAYING COMPENSATION18.11218/027

Council Resolution

1218/027

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo, .
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleBianca SandriLand for Public Open Space Purposes - Osborne Park12.1/9.11218/028

Council Resolution

1218/028

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council PROCEEDS with the Community and Resources Committee recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

20 November 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganAdam SpagnoloSERVICE IMPROVEMENTS - DEVELOPMENT SERVICES PROGRESS UPDATE12.1/A11118/033

Council Resolution

1118/033

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Item A1 relating to Service Improvements - Development Services Progress Update be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 4 December 2018 to allow Councillors to give further feedback on the Customer Service Agreement before ratification.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloInternal Audit Report12.1/IA11118/034

Council Resolution

1118/034

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council RECEIVES the Internal Audit Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete.
4. That Council NOTES the current status of the Internal Audit Plan.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloAsset Management and Building Maintenance - Internal Audit Report12.1/IA31118/035

Council Resolution

1118/035

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council RECEIVES the Asset Management and Building Maintenance Internal Audit Report.
2. That ‘high’ and ‘medium’ rated observations BE LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed, and ‘low’ rated observations BE LISTED for review by the Executive Team until completion.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoAdam SpagnoloLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.106 - LOT 601, HOUSE NUMBER 2B, RAWLINS STREET, GLENDALOUGH - REZONING FROM 'PRIVATE INSTITUTION' AND 'NO ZONE', TO ‘Residential (R100) with Additional Requirements (AR1)’ and ‘Public Open Space and Local Au...12.2/CP21118/038

Council Resolution

1118/038

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS Amendment No.106 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 with modifications as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.106 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for final approval.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.104 - Rezoning Various Lots Around Servite College, Tuart Hill From 'Residential R30' To 'Private Institution' and the Creation of the Cape Street Education Precinct Special Control Area - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/CP31118/040

Council Resolution

1118/040

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS Amendment No.104 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 in a modified form, as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.104 documents, and that the Amendment be referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.105 - Rezone Portion of Huckle Street Road Reserve, Tuart Hill from 'No Zone' to 'Local Reserve - Public Open Space' - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/CP41118/041

Council Resolution

1118/041

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS Amendment No.105 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 as advertised, as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.105 documents, and that the Amendment be referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Giovanni Italiano - Requirements around receipt of Elected Member Gifts14.11118/042

Council Resolution

1118/042

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council NOTES:-

a. The comprehensive and complex legislative regime that applies to gifts and benefits for Elected Members;
b. Policy change is not required at this time; and
c. It is not appropriate to provide advice on the legality of an individual candidate’s fundraising activities.

2. That Council requests that the Chief Executive Officer WRITE to the Minister for Local Government seeking definitive legislation and supporting guidelines on fundraising activities, including gifts and benefits that apply consistently to candidates whether or not they are a sitting Elected Member.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleOffice of the Auditor General’s Procurement Review Management Letter12.1/A21118/043

Council Resolution

1118/043

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES the Office of the Auditor General’s Procurement Review Management Letter.
2. That the ‘moderate’ rated observations BE LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed, and ‘low’ rated observations BE LISTED for review by the Executive Team until completed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriElizabeth ReLease Review - Internal Audit Report12.1/IA21118/044

Council Resolution

1118/044

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Re
That the Item relating to Item 12.1/IA2 - Lease Review - Internal Audit Report be REFERRED to a future Audit Committee meeting to allow receipt of legal advice regarding the lease. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

6 November 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudDelegation to the Chief Executive Officer to Grant the Surrender and Partial Surrender of Drainage Easements and Grant of Replacement Easements12.1/PRS21118/005

Council Resolution

1118/005

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES the delegation of authority to the Chief Executive Officer to grant the surrender and partial surrender of drainage easements which benefit the City of Stirling where:-
a. a minor encroachment of a building or structure has occurred within the easement area and a partial surrender of easement is required to accommodate the encroached structure, subject to:-
i. The partial surrender being no greater than 10% of the total easement area and no greater than 10% of the overall width of the easement;
ii. The Applicant must safeguard any building, structures and City infrastructure to the satisfaction of the City of Stirling; and
iii. The Applicant paying all costs to effect the partial surrender of easement.
b. The drainage easement is considered redundant and no longer required to secure the City’s infrastructure (as determined by the City of Stirling) subject to:-
i. The Applicant being responsible for the removal of any redundant infrastructure within the easement area to the satisfaction of the City of Stirling; and
ii. The Applicant paying all costs to effect the partial surrender or surrender of easement.
c. An alternative easement area is required due to the modification or relocation of the City’s drainage infrastructure as part of the development or redevelopment of private property, subject to:-
i. The Applicant being responsible for the removal, relocation or replacement of the City’s infrastructure to the satisfaction of the City of Stirling; and
ii. The Applicant paying all costs to effect the surrender or partial surrender of easement.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all documentation to effect the above delegation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1) by an absolute majority vote.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleNew Lease to Telstra Corporation Limited and Optus Mobile Pty Ltd over Portion of Crown Reserve 46963, Lot 14219, House Number 17, Hamer Parade, Inglewood12.1/PRS51118/006

Council Resolution

1118/006

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 46963, Lot 14219, House Number 17, Hamer Parade, Inglewood to Telstra Corporation Limited subject to compliance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, in line with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of 10 years;
b. Two further terms of five years each;
c. Rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $27,500 plus GST plus outgoings; and
d. Rent to be reviewed annually by a fixed increase of 2.5%.

2. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 46963, Lot 14219, House Number 17, Hamer Parade, Inglewood to Optus Mobile Pty Ltd subject to compliance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, in line with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of 20 years;
b. A break clause to the benefit of the tenant every five years;
c. Rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $10,000 plus GST plus outgoings; and
d. Rent to be reviewed annually by a fixed increase of 3%.

3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to enter into these leases and to sign and affix the Common Seal to any necessary documentation required to effect these leases.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Guilfoyle, Lagan, Re and Sandri.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleNew Lease to West 1978 Pty Ltd over portion of Lot 3, House Number 895, Beaufort Street Inglewood12.1/PRS61118/007

Council Resolution

1118/007

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease of the Café at Inglewood Civic Centre, Lot 3, House Number 895, Beaufort Street, Inglewood to West 1978 Pty Ltd subject to compliance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, with the following essential terms:-

a. An initial term of five years;
b. One further term of two years;
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $19,000 plus GST; and
d. Rent to be reviewed annually by fixed increase of 3% or CPI whichever is greater.

2. That Council APPROVES that the Chief Executive Officer be granted delegated authority to enter into new leases, and any variation, extension or assignment of lease for the Café at the Inglewood Civic Centre located at Lot 3, House Number 895, Beaufort Street, Inglewood, subject to:-

a. The intention to dispose of property being advertised in accordance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995, as required under the Act;
b. The rental be set at not less than 10% below that of a licenced valuation as determined by a licenced valuer; and
c. In the event an objecting submission is received this delegation does not apply and the proposal is presented to Council for consideration.

3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to enter into the lease and to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the lease.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority vote.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 3 Ending 30 September 201812.1/F11118/009

Council Resolution

1118/009

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 3, 1 September – 30 September 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $30,068,887.71
Trust Fund 27,645.77
Reserve Fund               0
___________
TOTAL $30,096,533.48
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 September 201812.1/F21118/010

Council Resolution

1118/010

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 September 2018 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReRight of Way Management Strategy - Dedication of Rights of Way for Upgrade in the 2020/2021 Financial Year12.1/PRS11118/011

Council Resolution

1118/011

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
1. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following private Rights of Way as roads pursuant to Section 56(1)(c) of the Land Administration Act 1997:-
a. ROW 22002 being the whole of Lot 32 on Plan 2452(5) and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2821 and Folio 207 as shown in Attachment 1 - 'Locality Plan A’;

b. ROW 27002, 28053 and 28052 being the whole of Lot 430 on Plan 2343(3) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2654 and Folio 306 as shown in Attachment 2 - 'Locality Plan B’;

c. ROW 28061 being whole of Lot 602 on Plan 2877(4) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2831 and Folio 927 as shown in Attachment 3 - 'Locality Plan C’;

d. ROW 15053 being whole of Lot 1400 on Plan 2856(1) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2737 and Folio 245 as shown in Attachment 4 - 'Locality Plan D’;

e. ROW 16015 being whole of Lot 15346 on Deposited Plan 37636(8) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2228 and Folio 164 as shown in Attachment 5 - 'Locality Plan E’;

f. ROW 17024 being whole of Lot 15356 on Deposited Plan 37636(9) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2228 and Folio 174 as shown in Attachment 5 - 'Locality Plan E’;

g. ROW 17025 being whole of Lot 15353 on Deposited Plan 37636(9) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2228 and Folio 171 as shown in Attachment 5 - 'Locality Plan E’; and

h. ROW 17008 being part of Lot 80 on Plan 4106(2) and being part of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2762 Folio 515 as shown in Attachment 6 - 'Locality Plan F'. 

2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate portion of private ROW 22042A being portion of Lot 33 on Plan 2452(1) and being the portion of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2931 and Folio 601 as shown in Attachment 7 - 'Locality Plan G’ as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(c) of the Land Administration Act 1997.
3. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following private ROW 16079 being the whole of Lot 905 on Plan 3697(4) and being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2201 and Folio 803 as shown in Attachment 8 - 'Locality Plan H’ as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997.
4. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following land as roads pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997:-
a. Land abutting ROW 28061 comprising of Crown Reserve 50410 being Lot 301 on Strata Plan 54684 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3157 and Folio 740;
b. Land abutting ROW 15053 comprising of Unallocated Crown Land being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 67977 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3164 and Folio 673;
c. Land abutting ROW 16015 comprising of Unallocated Crown Land being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 62252 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3161 and Folio 896; 
d. Land abutting ROW 17024 comprising of Unallocated Crown land being Lot 3000 on Strata Plan 60640 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3162 and Folio 426;
e. Land abutting ROW 17025 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 51077 being Lot 301 on Strata Plan 62566 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3161 and Folio 230;
ii. Crown Reserve 49814 being Lot 305 on Strata Plan 66392 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3163 and Folio 608;
iii. Crown Reserve 49814 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 52294 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3147 and Folio 622;
iv. Crown Reserve 49814 being Lot 3 on Strata Plan 54930 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3157 and Folio 468; and
v. Crown Reserve 49814 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 73273 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3165 and Folio 259.
f. Land abutting ROW 17008 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 52984 being Lot 300 on Deposited Plan 409094 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3168 and Folio 399; and
ii. Crown Reserve 52984 being Lot 301 on Deposited Plan 409094 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3168 and Folio 400.
g. Land abutting ROW 22042A comprising of Lot 71 on Plan 41125 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2588 and Folio 465.

5. That Council ADVISES that any future land set aside for widening, ceded after the resolution but prior to the dedication of these Rights of Way, be included in the dedication request to the Department of Lands.
6. That the Department of Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedications actions.
7. That Council RELINQUISHES Management Orders issued over the Crown Land which are the subject of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReNew Lease to Carine Reserve Hall Management Committee Incorporated over portion of Crown Reserve 46781 being Lot 51, House Number 47, Monyash Road, Carine12.1/PRS31118/012

Council Resolution

1118/012

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over a portion of Crown Reserve 46781 being Lot 51, House Number 47, Monyash Road, Carine to the Carine Reserve Hall Management Committee Incorporated with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of five years;
b. One further term of five years; and
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $1,000 plus GST.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to enter into the lease and to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the lease.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReNew Seasonal Summer Licence to the Woodlands Teeball Club Over portion of Lot 352, House Number 33, Teakwood Avenue, Woodlands12.1/PRS41118/013

Council Resolution

1118/013

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council APPROVES a new seasonal summer licence over portion of Woodlands Reserve being Lot 352, House Number 33, Teakwood Avenue, Woodlands to the Woodlands Teeball Club with the following essential terms:-

a. An initial term of five years;
b. One further term of five years; and 
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $500 plus GST.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to enter into the seasonal summer licence and sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the seasonal summer licence. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReDedication of Portion of Crown Reserve 31325 being Lot 8735 , House Number 61, Telford Crescent, Stirling and Lot 10659, House Number 61A, Telford Crescent, Stirling - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/PRS71118/014

Council Resolution

1118/014

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
1. That, Council APPROVES for the City of Stirling to request the Minister for Lands to:-
a. Excise a 415m2 portion of land from Reserve 31325 being part of Lot 8735 on Diagram 42103, House Number 61, Telford Crescent, Stirling and the whole of Lot 10659 on Diagram 46213, House Number 61A, Telford Crescent, Stirling as shown in Attachment 1 (subject to survey); and
b. Dedicate the excised portion as road reserve in accordance with Section 56 of the Land Administration Act 1997 as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication actions.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReTender for the Butlers Reserve Clubroom Upgrade1.1/TE11118/015

Council Resolution

1118/015

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That the Tender from Hoskins Investments Pty Ltd as trustee for M R Hoskins Family Trust trading as AE Hoskins Building Services for the Butlers Reserve Clubroom Upgrade be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $547,552.02 (excluding GST).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth Re2018 City of Stirling Policy Manual Review12.1/GS11118/016

Council Resolution

1118/016

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That the Item relating to 2018 City of Stirling Policy Manual Review be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 27 November 2018 as there are some anomalies that have been raised that have not been addressed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReMonthly Petition Status Report Update12.1/A11118/017

Council Resolution

1118/017

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That Council NOTES the Petition Status Report Update for the month of October 2018.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReProperty Strategy Implementation Progress Report October 201812.1/9.41118/018

Council Resolution

1118/018

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That Council RECEIVES the October 2018 Property Strategy Programme Implementation Report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReQuarterly Statements for the City's Property Investment Porfolio for the Period ending 30 September 2018.12.1/9.51118/019

Council Resolution

1118/019

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That Council RECEIVES the Quarterly Statements for the City’s Property Investment Portfolio for the period ending 30 September 2018.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriEstablishment of a Design Review Panel - Member Appointment13.11118/020

Council Resolution

1118/020

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council ENDORSES a change to the Design Review Panel Terms of Reference to increase the pool of membership of the panel from 10 to 15 members.

2. That Council ENDORSES the alternative recommended nominees for the Design Review Panel totalling 15 members, including a Chair and Deputy Chair (as detailed in Attachment 4) until 31 October 2021.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.102 - REZONING OF VARIOUS LOTS IN THE FLORA TERRACE LOCAL CENTRE - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING13.21118/021

Council Resolution

1118/021

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council ADOPTS Amendment No.102 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 in a modified form as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.102 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Transport, Planning and Lands for determination.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Migdale, Re and Spagnolo.

3. That the City continues to RETAIN community uses on Lot 50, House Number 20, Castle Street, North Beach as part of any future redevelopment and that further community consultation BE UNDERTAKEN if redevelopment of the community centre site is proposed, with particular regard to:-

· Building heights;
· Public car parking;
· Building envelope; and
· Access and egress.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (7/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Proud and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
 

David BoothmanKeith SargentTender for the Refurbishment Work at Herb Graham Community Centre Mirrabooka13.31118/022

Council Resolution

1118/022

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from Geared Construction Pty Ltd for the provision of Refurbishment Work at Herb Graham Recreation Community Centre Mirrabooka be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $1,167,233.15 (excluding GST).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Italiano.
 

Keith SargentKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Keith Sargent - Consideration of Solar Panel Installation at the Men's Shed, Balcatta14.11118/023

Council Resolution

1118/023

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council CONSIDERS, as a part of the 2019/2020 budget process, the installation of solar panels on the Men’s Shed in Balcatta.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - AED Defibrillator Units at City Facilities14.21118/024

Council Resolution

1118/024

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES the information provided in relation to the current availability and distribution of AED devices in City owned and managed facilities.

2. That Council NOTES the qualification levels of City officers included in the report based on the level of risk of various job roles.

3. That Council NOTES the promotion of the St John 'Community First Responder' Application as the preferred method of communicating AED unit locations across the City.

4. That Council NOTES the continued funding of additional AED units in City owned and managed facilities as part of the 2019-2020 operational budget.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleHonorary Freeman of City of Stirling Nomination12.1/9.11118/026

Council Resolution

1118/026

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with the Community and Resources Committee recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleAmendment to City of Stirling Property Strategy 2016-202012.1/9.21118/027

Council Resolution

1118/027

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with the recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleDavid LaganProperty Strategy Acquisition of Property12.1/9.31118/028

Council Resolution

1118/028

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Lagan
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential alternative recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of the report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority vote.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganGiovanni ItalianoFederal Government Canberra Lobbying Delegation 201818.11118/029

Council Resolution

1118/029

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Italiano
That Council AUTHORISES the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to conduct a Federal lobbying delegation to Canberra, during the period 26 November 2018 to

16 October 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleIndependent Auditor's Report - Financial Report as at 30 June 201812.1/EA11018/020

Council Resolution

1018/020

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council RECEIVES the draft Audit Findings Report for the year ended 30 June 2018.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLOT 901, HOUSE NUMBER 40, HUTTON STREET, OSBORNE PARK - RECREATION PRIVATE AND ASSOCIATED WORKS12.2/DS11018/021

Council Resolution

1018/021

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That pursuant to Schedule 2, Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Recreation Private at Lot 901, House Number 40, Hutton Street, Osborne Park be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;
b. The premises is to be limited to a maximum capacity of 175 people on site (150 patrons and 25 staff members) at any one time, to the satisfaction of the City;
c. Prior to the commencement of the approved use, 72 car parking bays and related access ways as shown on the approved plans shall be constructed and thereafter maintained in accordance with Australian Standard AS/NZS2890.1:2004;
d. Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all off street parking to be available onsite during business hours for all customers and staff;
e. No goods or materials being stored, either temporarily or permanently, in the parking or landscape areas or within access driveways;
f. Directional signage shall be located at the entry to the site directing patrons to access car parking at the rear or side of the site prior to the commencement of the development;
g. Prior to the occupation of the development, a minimum of eight bicycle bays are to be installed and maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City. All bicycle parking facilities are to comply with Australian Standard AS2890.3:2015;
h. All required verge works and reinstatements shall be in accordance with the City’s standards and specifications, and completed to the satisfaction of the City prior to the occupation of the development;
i. Prior to the occupation or use of the development, any redundant crossover/s shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owners cost in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access;
j. All driveways, parking and manoeuvring areas shall be constructed of brick paving, drained and maintained in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access prior to the occupation of the development. Alternative finishes such as concrete or bitumen are acceptable if it has a decorative finish to the satisfaction of the City;
k. New semi-mountable kerb type 2 and a minimum 1.8m wide concrete path are to be installed along the road frontage of the development in accordance with the City’s Specification Crossovers to the satisfaction of the City;
l. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;
m. No walls, letterboxes, fences or other structures above 0.75m in height to be constructed within 1.5m of where:-

i. vehicular access points adjoin the site; or 
ii. driveway meets a public street; or 
iii. two streets intersect; or 
iv. driveway meets a right of way; or 
unless further approval of Council is obtained;
n. Boundary wall/s shall not exceed the height shown on the approved plans. Prior to occupation, the external finish of the boundary wall/s shall be finished externally to the same standard as the rest of the development, to the satisfaction of the City;
o. All signage is to be in strict accordance with the City's Local Planning Policy 6.1 - Advertising Signs, unless further development approval is obtained from the City; 
p. External lighting shall be positioned so as not to adversely affect the amenity of the locality in accordance with Australian Standard AS/NZ

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Review of Local PLanning Policy 6.7 Parking and Access - Approval to Advertise12.2/CP21018/024

Council Resolution

1018/024

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That in accordance with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council AMENDS ‘Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access’ (for the purpose of public advertising), as shown in Attachment 1. 
2. That Council NOTES that a further report will be presented that will investigate options for providing additional on-street parking in selected Local Centres.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

1018/024

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That in accordance with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council AMENDS ‘Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access’ (for the purpose of public advertising), as shown in Attachment 1. 
2. That Council NOTES that a further report will be presented that will investigate options for providing additional on-street parking in selected Local Centres.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriGiovanni ItalianoPresentation of the 2017/2018 Annual Report Incorporating the 2017/2018 Annual Financial Statements and Auditor's Report13.11018/025

Council Resolution

1018/025

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Italiano
1. That the presentation of the 2017/2018 Annual Report Incorporating the 2017/2018 Annual Financial Statements and Auditor’s Report be REFERRED to a Special Council Meeting to be held at 6.00pm on Monday 12 November 2018 to allow for the Office of the Auditor General to provide the Auditor’s Report.

2. That the date of the Electors’ General Meeting be AMENDED from 19 November 2018 to 3 December 2018 to allow for acceptance by Council of the 2017/2018 Annual Report Incorporating the 2017/2018 Annual Financial Statements and Auditor’s Report on 12 November 2018.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Andrew Guilfoyle - Request for meeting with Minister for Transport; Planning; Lands about preferred consultation and engagement methods14.11018/026

Council Resolution

1018/026

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That the Mayor WRITES to the Minister to request a meeting to explain how the City would prefer to consult and engage with local communities via methods such as the Better Suburbs, before changes to the City’s strategic planning framework, Scheme Amendments and density increases along the City’s activity corridors in the North West quadrant.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Sandri.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Andrew Guilfoyle - Service Relocation Works at Intersection of Erindale Road and Boya Way, Stirling14.21018/027

Council Resolution

1018/027

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
That the Mayor WRITES to Western Power requesting they bring forward their service relocation works which are required before the City’s civil works at Erindale-Boya roundabout can commence.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/1).

For: Councillors Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Boothman.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Options to permit trampolines and play equipment on verges14.31018/028

Council Resolution

1018/028

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That consideration for the placement of a trampoline and/or play equipment on a verge is INCLUDED as part of the consolidated review of the City’s Local Laws.

2. That a further report be PRESENTED to Council detailing the provision of a Policy outlining permissible verge treatments. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (6/5).

For: Councillors Guilfoyle, Irwin, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Italiano, Migdale, Proud and Sargent.
 

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Summarised Report regarding Bowling Clubs14.41018/029

Council Resolution

1018/029

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council NOTES that the findings of the Bowls Review have been prepared for distribution to each of the individual clubs and Councillors, including the club outcomes and review recommendations relevant to each club. 

2. That Council NOTES that general information including the introduction, industry trends, process, and club distribution map will be publicly available on the City’s Website.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleChief Executive Officer's Employment Matters18.11018/031

Council Resolution

1018/031

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council ACCEPTS the Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review report for the period 2017/2018 as presented by the Consultant Board Connexions.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleChief Executive Officer's Performance Evaluation Framework 2018/201918.21018/032

Council Resolution

1018/032

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council ENDORSES the proposed Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Evaluation Framework for the period 2018/2019. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Perkov and Re.
 

2 October 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Elizabeth ReDavid BoothmanDelivery of Stage 2 of the Relationship Management System12.1/CC11018/003

Council Resolution

1018/003

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Boothman
1. That Council NOTES the report on the Stage 1 - Paid Proof of Concept Implementation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.

2. That Council ENDORSES the progression of the Relationship Management System to Stage 2 (Detailed Implementation Analysis and Design).
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleAdam SpagnoloAnnual Grant Application - Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund12.1/RL11018/004

Council Resolution

1018/004

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council ENDORSES the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund application for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries:-

2. That Council APPROVES funding of $500,000 in 2019/2020 for the Des Penman Memorial Reserve central sporting pavilion upgrade subject to receipt of successful grant funding to enable the acceptance of State and Federal grants for the project.
3. That Council DELEGATES authority to the Chief Executive Officer to approve the grant agreements should the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) grant application and/or Federal Funding applications be successful.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by an absolute majority vote.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganGiovanni ItalianoTender for the Refurbishment Work at Herb Graham Community Centre Mirrabooka1.1/TE11018/005

Council Resolution

1018/005

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Italiano
That the Item relating to 12.1/TE1 - Tender for the refurbishment work at Herb Graham Community Centre Mirrabooka be DEFERRED and have the submissions assessed by an external party.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Perkov, Re and Sandri.
Against: Councillors Irwin, Migdale, Proud and Spagnolo.

Officer's Recommendation
That the Tender from Geared Construction Pty Ltd for the provision of Refurbishment Work at Herb Graham Recreation Community Centre Mirrabooka be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $1,167,233.15 (excluding GST).
 

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReLive Streaming Council Meetings12.1/A11018/006

Council Resolution

1018/006

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re
That Council PROCEEDS with live streaming of Council meetings following adoption of a Live Streaming Policy, including the issues around Public Question Time.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Ferrante.
 

Elizabeth ReAdam SpagnoloMonthly Petition Status Report Update12.1/A21018/007

Council Resolution

1018/007

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Council NOTES the Petition Status Report Update for the month of September 2018, with additional information being provided in the October 2018 report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Migdale.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudCorporate Brand Style Guide12.1/CC21018/009

Council Resolution

1018/009

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the City of Stirling 2018 Corporate Brand Style Guide.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 2 Ending 31 August 201812.1/F11018/010

Council Resolution

1018/010

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 2, 1 August – 31 August 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $114,249,373.03
Trust Fund              6,138.26
Reserve Fund          546,916.46
   _____________
TOTAL $114,802,427.75
be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 August 201812.1/F21018/011

Council Resolution

1018/011

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 August 2018 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudNew Lease to the Coastal Racing Pigeon Club Inc over Portion of Crown Reserve 29155 being Lot 8310, House Number 33, Fernhurst Crescent, Balga12.1/PRS11018/012

Council Resolution

1018/012

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 29155 being Lot 8310, House Number 33, Fernhurst Crescent, Balga to the Coastal Racing Pigeon Club Inc. with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of five years;
b. One further term of five years; and
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $300 plus GST per annum.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the lease.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudVariation of lease to JEP Axford Pty Ltd over portion of Crown Reserve 52931 being Lot 501, House Number 109, Princess Road, Balga12.1/PRS21018/013

Council Resolution

1018/013

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a Variation of Lease between the City and JEP Axford Pty Ltd over portion of Crown Reserve 52931 being Lot 501, House Number 109, Princess Road, Balga with the following revised terms:-
a. Annual rent to be set at $8,750 plus GST per annum;
b. Rent to be reviewed annually by fixed increase of 2.5%; and
c. Rent review date to commence from 12 March 2020.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documents to affect the variation of lease.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudSetting of Ordinary Council and Committee Meeting Dates, Times and Places for 201912.1/GS11018/014

Council Resolution

1018/014

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the Council and Committee meeting dates, times and places proposed for 2019 as detailed within this report and its attachment, with the following amendment:-
a. That the start time of the Council meeting to be held 3 December 2019 be changed from '4.00pm' to '5.00pm'.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudInglewood Bowling and Sports Club12.1/9.11018/015

Council Resolution

1018/015

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council RECIEVES the outcomes of the City of Stirling's Bowls Review.
2. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 26132 being Lot 7366, House Number 1, Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley to Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club Inc. with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of three years;
b. A further term be reviewed prior to the expiration of the initial term;
c. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $1,000 plus GST per annum; and
d. Rent to be reviewed annually on the anniversary of the commencement date by CPI.
3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the lease.
4. That Council NOTES that maintenance and repair obligations will be in line with the terms of the City’s standard lease agreement. 
5. That Council NOTES that the provision of shade sails will be subject to the Club obtaining relevant external grants (e.g. CSRFF) with assistance from the City and subsequent budget submission for the 2019/2020 financial year.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

18 September 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Giovanni ItalianoDavid Boothmanlot 14, house number 35, glenroyd street, mount lawley - additions to single house12.1/DS10918/025

Council Resolution

0918/025

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Boothman
That pursuant to Schedule 2, Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Additions to Single House at Lot 14, House Number 35, Glenroyd Street, Mount Lawley be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;
b. The colours, materials and finishes of the development shall be in accordance with the approved schedule of finishes which forms part of this approval;
c. Prior to the commencement of development, a report prepared by a qualified structural engineer demonstrating how the structural integrity of the traditional dwelling is to be maintained during demolition and building works is to be provided to the City for its approval. The development must be undertaken in accordance with the recommendations in the approved report for maintaining the structural integrity of the traditional dwelling during the demolition and building works;
d. All driveways, parking and manoeuvring areas shall be constructed of brick paving, drained and maintained in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 - Parking and Access, prior to the occupation of the development. Alternative finishes such as concrete or bitumen are acceptable if it has a decorative finish to the satisfaction of the City;
e. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;
f. No walls, letterboxes, fences or other structures above 0.75m in height to be constructed within 1.5m of where:-
i. Vehicular access points adjoin the site; or
ii. Driveway meets a public street; or
iii. Two streets intersect; or
iv. Driveway meets a right of way; or
unless further approval of Council is obtained;

g. Prior to occupation of the development, the three significant trees indicated on the approved plans for retention must be retained on site with a minimum 9m2 of soil space at ground level free of intrusions, and a minimum dimension of 2m around the trees. The trees must be protected during the demolition and construction phase of the development and thereafter maintained;

h. Prior to occupation of the development, one advanced tree must be planted on site in the area indicated on the approved plan and be thereafter maintained. The tree must be provided with a minimum 9m2 of soil space and a minimum dimension of 2m at ground level free of intrusions;
i. The eaves of the proposed additions are to have exposed rafters to match the traditional dwelling; and
j. The upper floor bathroom window and door shown on the demolition plan to be removed are part of the original fabric of the dwelling and are to be retained.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Giovanni ItalianoAdam SpagnoloPROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STIRLING CITY CENTRE ‘STATION PRECINCT’ LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING12.1/CP20918/026

Council Resolution

0918/026

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015, Council APPROVES the modifications to the Stirling City Centre ‘Station Precinct’ Local Development Plan, as detailed in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.107 - REZONING LOT 500, HOUSE NUMBER 26, WOOD STREET INGLEWOOD TO PERMIT ADDITIONAL GROUPED DWELLINGS - INITIATION12.1/CP40918/027

Council Resolution

0918/027

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council resolves NOT TO PROCEED with Amendment No.107 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, to rezone Lot 500, House Number 26, Wood Street, Inglewood to permit additional grouped dwelling development.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (7/6).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Lagan, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud and Sandri.

Council Resolution

0918/027

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council resolves NOT TO PROCEED with Amendment No.107 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, to rezone Lot 500, House Number 26, Wood Street, Inglewood to permit additional grouped dwelling development.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (7/6).

For: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Lagan, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud and Sandri.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.77 - Rezoning of Various Lots on Southern Side of Beach Road between Glendale Avenue and Erindale Road, Hamersley from 'Residential R20' to 'Special Use - Mixed Use and Residential (R-AC0)' - Outcomes of Adv...12.1/CP10918/029

Council Resolution

0918/029

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council DOES NOT SUPPORT Amendment No.77 to Local Planning Scheme No.3.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Strategy - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP30918/030

Council Resolution

0918/030

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council SUPPORTS the Local Planning Strategy with proposed modifications and FORWARDS the Local Planning Strategy to the Western Australian Planning Commission for endorsement.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudModifications to Beaufort Street Local Development Plan12.1/CP50918/031

Council Resolution

0918/031

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council AMENDS the Beaufort Street Local Development Plan as shown in Attachment 1 in accordance with the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015.
2. That Council DETERMINES that the amendments to the Beaufort Street Local Development Plan as shown in Attachment 1 are minor in nature and do not require readvertising.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyDavid LaganCity of Stirling Strategic Community Plan 2018 - 202813.10918/032

Council Resolution

0918/032

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Lagan
That Council APPROVES the Draft City of Stirling Strategic Community Plan 2018 – 2028 as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyGiovanni ItalianoCity of Stirling Corporate Business Plan 2018 - 202213.20918/033

Council Resolution

0918/033

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Italiano
That Council APPROVES the Draft City of Stirling Corporate Business Plan 2018 – 2022 as shown in Attachment 1. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor David Boothman - Proposed City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Amendment Local Law 201814.10918/034

Council Resolution

0918/034

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Re
That the Item relating to Notice of Motion – Councillor David Boothman – Proposed City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Amendment Local Law 2018 be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 27 November 2018 to allow officers further time to develop the wording to amend Clause 16.12 of the City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Amendment Local Law 2018 to include an option to display the foreshadowed alternative recommendation to improve procedural fairness.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Giovanni Italiano - Flying of the Aboriginal Flag in the Council Chamber14.20918/035

Council Resolution

0918/035

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES the amendment to the Civic Facilities Policy to include the flying of the Aboriginal flag in the Council Chamber on a permanent basis.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0). 

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Three hours free parking within areas of Mount Lawley14.30918/036

Council Resolution

0918/036

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council APPROVES the immediate removal of all paid parking meters from Field Street, Mount Lawley and the Mount Lawley retail precinct.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/4).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Irwin and Proud.
 

Elizabeth ReDavid BoothmanNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Reconciliation Action Plan to be Publically Advertised14.40918/037

Council Resolution

0918/037

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Boothman
That Council NOTES the Reconciliation Action Plan 2018-2020 will be promoted publically in all City facilities and on the City of Stirling website. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

4 September 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Joe FerranteBianca SandriOn-Street Parking - Main Street, Osborne Park12.1/ED10918/003

Council Resolution

0918/003

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to On-street Parking - Main Street, Osborne Park be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting to allow discussions with local businesses to take place and for further consideration by Councillors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillor Spagnolo.

Council Resolution

0918/003

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to On-street Parking - Main Street, Osborne Park be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting to allow discussions with local businesses to take place and for further consideration by Councillors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillor Spagnolo.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleBianca SandriAcknowledgement of Country at Council Meetings12.1/CS10918/004

Council Resolution

0918/004

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council AUTHORISES the Acknowledgement of Country to be included in the Council meeting preliminaries in addition to the prayer.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

0918/004

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council AUTHORISES the Acknowledgement of Country to be included in the Council meeting preliminaries in addition to the prayer.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentDavid BoothmanCity of Stirling Reconciliation Action Plan12.1/CS20918/005

Council Resolution

0918/005

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Boothman
1. That Council ENDORSES the new City of Stirling Reconciliation Action plan 2018-2020.
2. That Council ENDORSES amending the Civic Facilities Policy to enable the flying of the Aboriginal flag every day and the Torres Strait Islander flag on dates of significance including NAIDOC and Reconciliation Week.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Giovanni ItalianoAdam SpagnoloNew Sub-Lease to Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club Inc Over Portion of Crown Reserve 28477 being Lot 20, House Number 364, West Coast Drive, Trigg12.1/PRS20918/006

Council Resolution

0918/006

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council APPROVES a new sub-lease of portion of Crown Reserve 28477 being Lot 20, House Number 364, West Coast Drive, Trigg to Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club Inc. with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of 16 years;
b. One further term of five years; 
c. A redevelopment clause granted in favour of the City during the sub-lease further term allowing for six months’ notice to terminate the tenancy in the event of redevelopment;
d. Annual rent at the commencement of the sub-lease be set at $1,200 plus GST; and
e. Rent to be reviewed annually by CPI, except at the take up on the sub-lease further term where a City agreed rent adjustment will be applied.
2. That Council APPROVES a shared use (common use) agreement with the Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club Inc. over the Observation Tower - Trigg Beach with the following conditions:-
a. Nil consideration; and
b. Utilities and Cleaning costs to be shared equally by both parties.
3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the sub-lease and shared use agreement
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleReview of Ward Boundaries and Elected Member Representation 201812.1/GS10918/007

Council Resolution

0918/007

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That the City INITIATES a review of the City’s ward boundaries structure and elected member representation in accordance with Clause 6 of Schedule 2.2 of the Local Government Act 1995.

2. That Council ENDORSES the Review of Ward Boundaries and Elected Member Representation Discussion Paper detailed at Attachment 1 for the purposes of public consultation with the following amendment:-
· That option 3 'Five ward structure' and option 4 'No wards' be removed.

3. That the City GIVES local public notice of its intention to undertake the review and invite public submissions as required by Clause 7(1) of Schedule 2.2 of the Local Government Act 1995.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudCareniup Swamp Reserve Management Plan12.1/PS10918/009

Council Resolution

0918/009

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the Careniup Swamp Reserve Management Plan for the purpose of public comment.

2. That a further report be PRESENTED to Council on the outcomes of the public consultation.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 1 Ending 31 July 201812.1/F10918/010

Council Resolution

0918/010

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques and payments made for Period 1, 1 July 2018 to 31 July 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $23,210,843.45
Trust Fund            6,133.55
Total $23,216,977.00
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 July 201812.1/F20918/011

Council Resolution

0918/011

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 July 2018 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudUnclaimed Monies - Transfer to Municipal Fund12.1/F30918/012

Council Resolution

0918/012

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That that $51,668.05 of Unclaimed Monies relating to the 2006/2007 financial year which is currently held in the City’s Trust Fund be TRANSFERRED to the Municipal Fund.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudTransfer of Management Order over Portion of Crown Reserve 24890 being Lot 6370, House Number 6, Hamer Parade, Inglewood to the Department of Education12.1/PRS10918/013

Council Resolution

0918/013

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Item relating to Transfer of Management Order over Portion of Crown Reserve 24890 being Lot 6370, House Number 6, Hamer Parade, Inglewood to the Department of Education be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee Meeting to allow the City to investigate the house on the site and whether it can be heritage listed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudTender for the Supply and Installation of Irrigation Systems1.1/TE10918/014

Council Resolution

0918/014

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender from the following service providers Elliotts Irrigation Pty Ltd, Sanpoint Pty Ltd and Total Eden Pty Ltd for the supply and installation of Irrigation Systems within the City of Stirling be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $3million.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Giovanni Italiano - Summary of Councillor Luncheons and Dinners from October 2016 to September 2017 and from October 2017 to July 201814.10918/015

Council Resolution

0918/015

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council NOTES the report on the summary of Councillor luncheons and dinners from October 2016 to September 2017 and from October 2017 to July 2018 expenditure for networking functions.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Three Hours Free Parking within areas of Mount Lawley14.20918/016

Council Resolution

0918/016

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That a report be PROVIDED to the 25 September 2018 Community and Resources meeting to investigate all parking meters be removed immediately from Field Street, Mount Lawley and within the Beaufort Street Precinct, and that free parking be INSTIGATED as a matter of urgency.

2. That the City COVERS the parking meters in Field Street, Mount Lawley and within the Beaufort Street Precinct, and that fines NOT BE ISSUED prior to provision of the report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Bianca Sandri - Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club, Hamer Park14.30918/017

Council Resolution

0918/017

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That the Chief Executive Officer CONFIRMS the Inglewood Bowls Club has a minimum of three years to operate.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.

2. That officers PROVIDE a report to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 25 September 2018 which includes an option of further extension to the lease as well as the following considerations:-

a. Funding within the mid-year budget review for the ongoing maintenance of the building associated with the Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club; and

b. Funding of shade sails within the mid-year budget review.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Italiano.

3. That Council RECEIVES a report outlining the outcomes of the Bowls Review.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKeith SargentNotice of Motion - Councillor David Boothman - Provision of On-Street Parking Adjacent to Mirrabooka Police Station14.40918/018

Council Resolution

0918/018

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the City INITIATES discussions with the Mirrabooka Police District Office and the Officer in Charge of Mirrabooka Police Station, regarding having on street parking bays developed along the verge adjoining the Mirrabooka Police Station, with the cost of such being met on a shared basis between the City of Stirling and the Western Australian Police Service
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo, .
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Marketing Plan and Social Media Campaign14.50918/019

Council Resolution

0918/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council NOTES the report on the Marketing and Social Media Campaign as well as City of Stirling's Draft Corporate Marketing Plan 2018-2020 and the Social Media Management Practice.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Lagan.

2.  That the amount of $75,000 be CONSIDERED by Council at the mid-year review to allow for additional Social Media resourcing.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/5).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Guilfoyle, Lagan, Perkov, Re and Sargent.
 

David BoothmanSuzanne MigdaleStaff Matters - Appointment of Manager Governance18.10918/021

Council Resolution

0918/021

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ACCEPTS the appointment of the preferred candidate to the position of Manager Governance on a five year contract.

2. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to enter into negotiations on behalf of the City with the preferred candidate and execute the standard Employment Agreement.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

21 August 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyBianca SandriSERVICE IMPROVEMENTS - DEVELOPMENT SERVICES12.1/A10818/030

Council Resolution

0818/030

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES the Customer Service Improvements being undertaken with the Development Services Business Unit.   
 
2. That Council RECEIVES Planning Context's report "Improvements to Development Services Business Unit Operations", and makes the report findings publicly available.  
 
3.  That the Development Services Business Unit DEVELOPS a Customer Service Agreement, based on the draft charter provided in Appendix 1 of the report.  This Customer Service Agreement is to be endorsed by Council, and supported by staff training and performance management.

4. That the Director Planning and Development PROVIDES a report to the Audit Committee meeting to be held 5 November 2018 to outline the City's progress against the recommendations contained within Attachment 1 (provided by Planning Context) and the Customer Service Agreement.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

0818/030

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES the Customer Service Improvements being undertaken with the Development Services Business Unit.   
 
2. That Council RECEIVES Planning Context's report "Improvements to Development Services Business Unit Operations", and makes the report findings publicly available.  
 
3.  That the Development Services Business Unit DEVELOPS a Customer Service Agreement, based on the draft charter provided in Appendix 1 of the report.  This Customer Service Agreement is to be endorsed by Council, and supported by staff training and performance management.

4. That the Director Planning and Development PROVIDES a report to the Audit Committee meeting to be held 5 November 2018 to outline the City's progress against the recommendations contained within Attachment 1 (provided by Planning Context) and the Customer Service Agreement.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloCorporate Credit Card Usage 1 January 2018 to 30 June 201812.1/A20818/032

Council Resolution

0818/032

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Council NOTES the usage of the City’s corporate credit cards by officers from 1 January 2018 to 30 June 2018.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloInternal Audit Report12.1/IA10818/033

Council Resolution

0818/033

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council RECEIVES the Internal Audit Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete.
4. That Council NOTES the current status of the Internal Audit Plan.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloInternal Audit Report12.1/IA10818/033

Council Resolution

0818/033

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council RECEIVES the Internal Audit Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That Management Action Plan tasks currently under review REMAIN on this report until complete.
4. That Council NOTES the current status of the Internal Audit Plan.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloWaste Internal Audit Report12.1/IA20818/034

Council Resolution

0818/034

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council RECEIVES the Waste Management Internal Audit Report.

2. That ‘high’ and ‘medium’ rated observations BE LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed, and ‘low’ rated observations BE LISTED for review by the Executive Team until completion.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganAdam SpagnoloInternal Compliance Self-Assessment12.1/CG10818/035

Council Resolution

0818/035

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Council ADOPTS the Internal Compliance Self-Assessment for the period 1 January 2018 to 30 June 2018, as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoDavid LaganLot 330, House Number 181, Ninth Avenue, Inglewood - Demolition of a Single House in the Heritage Protection Area12.2/DS10818/036

Council Resolution

0818/036

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Lagan
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for demolition of a Single House in the Heritage Protection Area at Lot 330, House Number 181, Ninth Avenue, Inglewood be REFUSED for the following reasons:-
a. The proposal does not meet the objective of Part 3 of Local Planning Policy 3.1 Character Retention Guidelines Mount Lawley, Menora and Inglewood for the following reasons:-
i. There is evidence that the dwelling was constructed prior to 1960;
ii. The dwelling is an intact example of a 1920s Federation Bungalow; and
iii. The original dwelling is not structurally unsound.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoBianca SandriLot 7, House Number 237, Main Street, Osborne Park - Additions to a Commercial Building12.2/DS50818/037

Council Resolution

0818/037

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That pursuant to Schedule 2 Clause 68 (2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application Commercial – Additions at Lot 7, House Number 237, Main Street, Osborne Park be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-

a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;

b. The internal layout and uses are to be in strict accordance with the approved plans and are not to be altered without obtaining further development approval from the City;

c. All off-street parking to be available during business hours for all customers and staff, to the satisfaction of the City;

d. No goods or materials being stored, either temporarily or permanently, in the parking or landscape areas or within access driveways. All goods and materials are to be stored within the buildings or storage areas where provided;

e. The owner must pay to the City a development contribution towards the cost of providing lighting infrastructure in the ROW Rodin Lane abutting the land in accordance with Local Planning Scheme No.3. The contribution must be made to the City at or before the time an application is made for a building permit or within 60 days from the commencement of the development, whichever occurs first; and

f. All signage is to be in strict accordance with the City’s Advertising Signs Policy, unless further approval of the City is obtained.

2. That pursuant to Clause 5.8.2 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3, the cash-in-lieu contribution for 31 car parking bays be waived for this application (DA18/0668).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Caddy and Re.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.77 - Rezoning of Various Lots on Southern Side of Beach Road between Glendale Avenue and Erindale Road, Hamersley from 'Residential R20' to 'Special Use - Mixed Use and Residential (R-AC0)' - Outcomes of Adv...12.2/CP10818/038

Council Resolution

0818/038

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Item 12.2/CP1 – Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.77 – Rezoning of Various Lots on Southern Side of Beach Road Between Glendale Avenue and Erindale Road, Hamersley from ‘Residential R20’ to ‘Special Use – Mixed Use and Residential (R-AC0) – Outcomes of Advertising be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 11 September 2018 to allow equal opportunity for deputees to present to the Committee. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLot 110, House Number 366, Grand Promenade, Dianella - Mobile Telecommunications Facility - State Administrative Tribunal Request for Reconsideration under Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act12.2/DS20818/040

Council Resolution

0818/040

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to the Orders made by the State Administrative Tribunal in accordance with Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004 (WA), the application for Mobile Telecommunications Facility at Lot 110, House Number 366, Grand Promenade, Dianella be REFUSED for the following reasons:-

a. The development application does not satisfy Clause 5.1.1 (ii) (a) and (b) of State Planning Policy 5.2 as the application is not considered to be sited and designed to minimise the visual impact of the development within the locality;

b. The development application does not satisfy Clause 5.1.1 (ii) (d) of State Planning Policy 5.2 as the proposed structure due to its scale will not display design features that are sympathetic to the surrounding landscape;

c. The development application does not satisfy Clause 5.1.1 (ii) (v) of State Planning Policy 5.2 as the applicant has not adequately demonstrated that the telecommunications facility could not be co-located with existing telecommunications infrastructure in the locality;

d. The development application does not satisfy the objectives of the District Centre Zone of Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the design and siting of the telecommunications facility does not provide a high standard of amenity and contribute towards a sense of place and community due to its visual impact and prominent position on the Waverley Street façade of the building;

e. The development application does not satisfy Clause 67 (b) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 as the siting of the telecommunications infrastructure is contrary to orderly and proper planning as it will have a detrimental visual impact on the surrounding locality; 

f. The development application does not satisfy Clause 67 (m) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 as the proposed telecommunications infrastructure is incompatible with its setting and has a detrimental visual impact upon public and private land in the locality including Waverley Pola Reserve; and 

g. The development application does not satisfy Clause 67 (n) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 as the telecommunications infrastructure will have a detrimental impact on the amenity of the area due it is siting and visual impact.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLIONS CLUB OF STIRLING SWAP MEET (MARKET) - LOT 70, HOUSE NUMBER 160, ALEXANDER DRIVE, DIANELLA12.2/DS30818/041

Council Resolution

0818/041

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council RESOLVES that the City defer enforcement action at this time in relation to the unauthorised ‘Market’ use at Lot 70, House Number 160, Alexander Drive, Dianella.

2. That the City ASSISTS the Lions Club of Stirling to find an alternative site for the Market Use pending resolution of Amendment No.108 to Local Planning Scheme No.3.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLot 89, House Number 314, Selby Street North, Osborne Park - Industrial Warehouse (Addition)12.2/DS40818/042

Council Resolution

0818/042

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to Schedule 2, Clause 68 (2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015, the application for Industrial Warehouse (Addition) at Lot 89, House Number 314, Selby Street North, Osborne Park be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;
b. Prior to occupation or use of the development, the owner(s) of Lot 89, House Number 314, Selby Street North, Osborne Park must register an easement over that lot and an easement over the adjoining Lot 88, each securing a reciprocal right of carriageway over the other lot in relation to the access way(s) shown on the approved plans, to the satisfaction of the City;
c. Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all off street parking to be available onsite during business hours for all customers and staff;
d. No goods or materials being stored, either temporarily or permanently, in the parking or landscape areas or within access driveways. All goods and materials are to be stored within the buildings or storage yards, where provided;
e. Prior to the occupation or use of the development, any redundant crossover(s) shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owner’s cost in accordance with City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access;
f. Prior to the commencement of the approved use(s) 84 car parking bays and related access ways as shown on the approved plans shall be constructed and thereafter maintained in accordance with AS/NZS2890.1:2004;
g. Fourteen bicycle bays are to be located on site in accordance with the Australian Standards AS2890.3:2015; 
h. All signage is to be in strict accordance with the City's Local Planning Policy 6.1 Advertising Signs, unless further development approval is obtained; 
i. All landscaped areas are to be planted, reticulated and mulched in accordance with the approved plan prior to occupation of the development and maintained in accordance with the City of Stirling’s Policy 6.6 – Landscaping;
j. Prior to occupation of the development, 28 advanced trees must be planted on site in the area indicated on the approved plan and be thereafter maintained. The trees must be provided with a minimum 9m2 of soil space and a minimum dimension of 2m at ground level free of intrusions; 
k. Planting of two new street trees at the applicant’s cost will be scheduled to occur in the next available planting season after the completion of the development. The owner/applicant shall pay the cost of planting of the new street trees prior to commencement of development as determined by the City in the City’s Street and Reserve Trees Policy;
l. External lighting shall be positioned so as not to adversely affect the amenity of the locality in accordance with Australian Standard AS/NZ 4282-1997; and

m. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve.
2. That pursuant to Clause 5.8.2 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3, a

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.110 - Amendment to the planning framework for the Mirrabooka Town Centre - Initiation12.2/CP20818/043

Council Resolution

0818/043

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES Amendment No.110 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that in its opinion Local Planning Scheme No.3, Amendment No.110 is a Standard Amendment.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentDavid BoothmanNotice of Motion - Councillor Sargent - Abandoned and Unowned Cats14.10818/044

Council Resolution

0818/044

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Boothman
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting outlining service delivery options and associated costs to increase the City’s response to reported abandoned and unowned cats in the City.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanGiovanni ItalianoNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Legal Advice and Counsel Expenditure14.30818/046

Council Resolution

0818/046

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Italiano
That the Item relating to Item 14.3 – Notice of Motion – Councillor David Lagan – Legal Advice and Counsel Expenditure be REFERRED to a future Councillor Workshop to allow further discussion on the matter.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Re and Sandri.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Monthly Petition Status Report Update14.40818/047

Council Resolution

0818/047

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council RECEIVES a report submitted monthly to the Community and Resources Committee, with the following information to allow the public to see how their submitted petitions are to be tracked and the outcomes therein. The report tabled to show:-

· Name and preamble of Petition;
· Date petition submitted to Council/City of Stirling;
· Action - if referred to a committee/workshop etc if so date outcome - of petition (if Council resolution was required etc); and
· Date of completion of addressing the petition details.

2. This action is to be REVIEWED at the February 2019 meeting of Council, along with the report on the evaluation and uptake of the e-petition module.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Proud and Sargent.
 

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Cessation of the Planting of Box Trees14.50818/048

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council agrees to STOP the planting of Box Trees now within the City of Stirling for the following reasons:-
a. Box Trees are not indigenous to Western Australia;
b. Box Trees are known to cause a lot of safety issues from the hard honkey nuts and roots on the footpaths;
c. Box Tree roots are known to break up concrete footpaths;
d. Box Tree leaves do not compost easily;
e. Many ratepayers believe Box Trees do not blend in with the street scape; and
f. Box Trees contribute more than other trees to green landfill and / or recycling waste, creating an additional cost to the City’s ratepayers.

The motion was put and declared LOST (3/11).

For: Councillors Migdale, Re and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.

Council Resolution

0818/048

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Italiano
That Council SUPPORTS the City of Stirling’s current methods for street tree selection, which continues to phase out the planting of box trees, while adhering to themed streetscape areas.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Migdale and Re.
 

Adam SpagnoloStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Donation to Eastern States Drought14.60818/049

Council Resolution

0818/049

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES a one-off donation of $10,000 to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Appeal for the Eastern States to enable short-term financial relief for drought affected rural communities.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo, .
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleGiovanni ItalianoDisposal of Portion of Lot 5, House Number 80A, Walcott Street, Mount Lawley - Outcome of Statutory Advertising18.10818/051

Council Resolution

0818/051

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Italiano
1. That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 1 as outlined in the alternative recommendation within the conclusion of the report. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.

Council Resolution

0818/051

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Italiano
1. That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 1 as outlined in the alternative recommendation within the conclusion of the report. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.

2. That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 2 as outlined in the alternative recommendation within the conclusion of the report. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.

3. That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 3 as outlined in the alternative recommendation within the conclusion of the report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.

4. That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 4 as outlined in the alternative recommendation within the conclusion of the report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan, Re and Spagnolo.
 

7 August 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriElizabeth RePetition - Support for Proposed Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.775.10818/001

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Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganLot 330, House Number 181, Ninth Avenue, Inglewood - Demolition of a Single House in the Heritage Protection Area12.1/DS20818/003

Council Resolution

0818/003

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan
That the application for Demolition of a Single House in the Heritage Protection Area at Lot 330, House Number 181, Ninth Avenue, Inglewood be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 14 August 2018 to allow for the applicant to clarify with officers some of the inconsistencies with interpretation. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/3).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Lagan, Migdale, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Italiano, Proud and Re.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganLOT 1, HOUSE NUMBER 250, CRAWFORD ROAD, INGLEWOOD - ADDITIONS TO SINGLE HOUSE12.1/DS40818/004

Council Resolution

0818/004

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
That pursuant to Schedule 2, Clause 68 (2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015, the application for Additions to the Single House at Lot 1, House Number 250, Crawford Road, Inglewood be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-

a. Prior to occupation of the development, two advanced trees must be planted on site in the area indicated on the approved plan and be thereafter maintained. The trees must be provided with a minimum 9m2 of soil space and a minimum dimension of 2m at ground level free of intrusions;
b. An eave with minimum overhang of 300mm is to be provided to the Master Bedroom \ Bedroom 3 addition to ensure compliance with Local Planning Policy 3.1;
c. Prior to the occupation of the development, any redundant crossover(s) shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owner’s cost in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 - Parking and Access;
d. The infill panels forming part of the front fencing shall be visually permeable as defined by the Residential Design Codes;
e. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;
f. The colours, materials and finishes of the development shall be in accordance with the approved schedule of finishes which forms part of this approval;
g. No walls, letterboxes, fences or other structures above 0.75m in height to be constructed within the 1.5m of where:-
i. vehicular access points adjoin the site; or
ii. driveway meets a public street; or
iii. two streets intersect; or
iv. driveway meets a right of way; or
unless further approval of Council is obtained;
h. The gate and / or fencing infill above the approved solid portions of wall shall be visually permeable in accordance with the Residential Design Codes;
i. The proposed solid section of fencing facing the secondary street must be treated with an anti-graffiti coating;
j. The applicant shall provide sketch plans of the existing structure, including a site plan, floor plan, elevations, and photographic recording of the existing residence and surrounding site prior to the commencement of demolition works in accordance with the requirements of the City of Stirling’s Local Planning Scheme No.3;
k. The carport shall not be provided with a garage door unless the door complies with the definition of visually permeable under the Residential Design Codes and further development approval of the City is obtained;
l. Materials used in the construction of the original structure are to be recycled and reused in any future development on site. Details of the reclaimed materials are to be submitted to the City at the completion of demolition works;
m. Crossover/s shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 - Parking and Access. Crossovers are to be installed prior to occupancy or use of the development;
n. All driveways, parking and manoeuvring areas shall be constructed of brick paving, drained and maintained in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 - Parking and Access prior to the occupation of the development. Alternative finishes such as concrete or bitumen are acceptable if it has a decorative finish to the satisfaction of the City; and
o. Planting of one new street tree(s) at the applicant’s cost will be scheduled to occur in the next available planting season after the completion of the development. The owner / applicant shall pay the cost of planting of the new street tree(s) prior to commencement of development as determined by the City in the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.11 - Trees and Development.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/1).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleElizabeth ReSubmission on the reform of the Planning System in Western Australia12.1/CP50818/005

Council Resolution

0818/005

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ENDORSES the submission to the Minister for Transport; Planning; Lands on the Green Paper for planning reform in Western Australia, as shown in Attachment 1, with the following additional points under Key Reform 3 'A Transparent Planning System':-

a. The City strongly suggests reform must very carefully examine the current community consultation practices and barriers to this that currently exist at various levels; and then identify ways across these levels that consultation with the community can be tangibly improved to ensure that there is an improved ability for the local community to engage and influence decisions affecting their neighbourhoods, including ways that the community can easily inform themselves well in advance of the potential implications of the State Government strategic plans impacting their neighbourhoods such as those for land use and transport Strategies, and Policies and Plans; and

b. To improve the transparency and quality of decision making that third party appeal rights be included as part of the review of the Planning System and recommendations be made in the future ‘White Paper’ for the introduction and operation of Third Party Appeal rights for planning decisions in Western Australia.

2. That the City REQUESTS a meeting with the Minister for Planning; Transport; Lands to outline Council's submission on the Green Paper for planning reform in Western Australia, as well as request a similar review of the transport portfolio and associated transport legislation and regulations.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/2).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Proud, Re, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Migdale and Sandri.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLOT 9000, HOUSE NUMBER 58, DUFFY ROAD, CARINE 6020 - THREE GROUPED DWELLINGS12.1/DS10818/007

Council Resolution

0818/007

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Three Grouped Dwellings be REFUSED for the following reasons:-
a. The proposed Grouped Dwelling land use is considered to be an inappropriate use within a Local Reserve which is reserved for Public Open Space and Local Authority Purposes under Local Planning Scheme No.3;

b. The development application has not satisfied Clause 9.2 of Local Planning Scheme No.3 - Accompanying Material, as the applicant failed to provide a ‘Bushfire Attack Level Assessment’ in accordance with State Planning Policy 3.7 Planning Bushfire Prone Areas;
c. The development application does not satisfy Clauses 1.5 b) and 10.2 a) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the proposal fails to set aside land as reserved for public purposes;
d. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 b) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the application is not considered to meet the requirement of orderly and proper planning as it seeks to construct residential dwellings on land reserved for Public Open Space and Local Authority Purposes;
e. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 e) of Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the application has not addressed State Planning Policy 3.7 Planning Bushfire Prone Areas;
f. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 g) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the development is not compatible with the ultimate purpose intended for the reserve;
g. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 i) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the use and development is not compatible with its setting which is reserved for Public Open Space and Local Authority Purposes;
h. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 l) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the development will impact upon the natural environment due to the loss of valued and mature flora on site; 
i. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 n) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the development will have an adverse impact on the local amenity due to the loss of land available for Public Open Space in the locality; and
j. The development application does not satisfy Clause 10.2 v) of the Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the application proposes the removal of significant vegetation on land reserved for Public Open Space and Local Authority Purposes.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLot 24, House Number 33, Mettam Street, Trigg - Proposed Single House12.1/DS30818/008

Council Resolution

0818/008

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a proposed Single House at Lot 24, House Number 33, Mettam Street, Trigg be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-

a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;
b. The driveway grade shall comply with AS/NZS 2890.1:2004 Section 2.5.3. A cross section demonstrating compliant transition grades shall be provided with the Building Permit;

c. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;

d. Crossover/s shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access. Crossovers are to be installed prior to occupancy or use of the development;
e. All driveways, parking and manoeuvring areas shall be constructed of brick paving, drained and maintained in accordance with the City of Stirling’s Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access prior to the occupation of the development. Alternative finishes such as concrete or bitumen are acceptable if it has a decorative finish to the satisfaction of the City;
f. Prior to the occupation or use of the development, any redundant crossover/s shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owners cost in accordance with City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access;
g. Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all privacy screening shall be visually impermeable and is to comply in all respects with the requirements of Clause 5.4.1 of the Residential Design Codes (Visual Privacy) deemed to comply provisions, specifically:-
i. The kitchen window (window between balcony 1 and prep room) on the northern elevation of the dwelling shall be fixed and obscured to the satisfaction of the City; and
ii. The breeze blocks on the northern elevation of balcony 2 shall comply with the definition of screening in accordance with the R-Codes, to the satisfaction of the City;
h. Planting of one new street tree at the applicant’s cost will be scheduled to occur in the next available planting season after the completion of the development. The owner/applicant shall pay the cost of planting of the new street tree prior to commencement of development as determined by the City in the City’s LPP 6.11 - Trees and Development; and
i. No walls, letterboxes, fences or other structures above 0.75m in height to be constructed within 1.5m of where:-
i. Vehicular access points adjoin the site; or 
ii. Driveway meets a public street; or 
iii. Two streets intersect; or 
iv. Driveway meets a right of way; or 
unless further approval of Council is obtained.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.90 - Rezoning Lots 125 - 128, House Numbers 6, 8, 10 and 12 Bazaar Terrace, Scarborough - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP10818/009

Council Resolution

0818/009

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council ADOPTS Amendment No.90 to the Local Planning Scheme No.3 in an unmodified form as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.90 documents, and that the Amendment be referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal PLanning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.92 - Rezoning Lot 1, House Number 31, Edale Way, Westminster -  from 'Civic' to 'Residential R40' - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP20818/010

Council Resolution

0818/010

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council ADOPTS Amendment No.92 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 in an unmodified form as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.92 documents, and that the Amendment be referred to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.108 - Changing the land use permissabilities for a 'Market' within various zones - Inititiation12.1/CP30818/011

Council Resolution

0818/011

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES Amendment No.108 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 as shown in Attachment 1.  
2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.108 is a Standard Amendment.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Draft Local Planning Policy 6.12 - Public Art on Private Land - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP40818/012

Council Resolution

0818/012

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PROCEEDS with the draft Local Planning Policy 6.12 - Public Art on Private Land in a modified form, as detailed in Attachment 3.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoStephanie ProudWanneroo Road Morley Drive - Main Roads WA Proposed Intersection Upgrade12.1/CP60818/013

Council Resolution

0818/013

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Main Roads WA be ADVISED that Council does not support the proposed three lanes of traffic on each side of Wanneroo Road at the intersection with Morley Drive, but instead proposes that a bus queue jump lane in each direction be provided, that will significantly improve the people moving capacity of the intersection and be in line with the State Government’s Perth and Peel @ 3.5 Million transport plan and land use plan that identifies this corridor for priority public transport.
2. That the City REQUESTS a meeting with the Minister for Planning, Transport and Lands to outline the Council's position in respect to the Main Roads WA proposed upgrade of the Wanneroo Road and Morley Drive intersection, and that the City REQUESTS a meeting with relevant local Members of Parliament. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentReview of Illuminated Street Signs Policy12.2/ED10818/014

Council Resolution

0818/014

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent

1. That Council ENDORSES the revised Illuminated Street Signs policy to generally restrict location of signs to non-residential precincts except under specific circumstances. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/2).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Re and Sandri.

2. That Council ENDORSES the exemption of fees that the contractor is required to pay to the City for a total of six signs for a period of two years. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/2).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Lagan and Re.

3. That the decision regarding the extension of the Illuminated Street Signs contract with Claude Outdoor Pty Ltd beyond the initial five years BE MADE by Council and not under delegated authority.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.

4. That Heritage Protection Areas (residential dwellings) be EXCLUDED from the installation of illuminated street signs.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/3).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Lagan, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Italiano, Migdale and Proud.
 

Giovanni ItalianoAdam SpagnoloOn-Street Parking - Main Street, Osborne Park12.2/ED20818/015

Council Resolution

0818/015

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That the Item relating to On-Street Parking - Main Street, Osborne Park be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 25 September 2018 to allow the following further information to be provided to Councillors:-

1. That the summary of all funds spent in a 15 year period in that block between Federal and Cape Streets be presented as part of the report.

2. The project to facilitate on street parking on Main Street between Federal and Cape Streets be presented at the mid-year review for consideration.

3. The amount of money collected in the parking cash in lieu fund and what the balance of that fund is.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 12 Ending 30 June 201812.2/F10818/017

Council Resolution

0818/017

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 12, 1 June – 30 June 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $23,060,417.35
Trust Fund $118,584.76
TOTAL $23,179,002.11
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentDraft Un-audited Monthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 June 201812.2/F20818/018

Council Resolution

0818/018

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the draft un-audited monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 June 2018 be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentAnnual Waive or Grant Concessions/Write Off Money for 2017/201812.2/F30818/019

Council Resolution

0818/019

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council RECEIVES the report detailing the exercise of delegated authority to waive or grant concessions and write off money.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKeith SargentNew Lease to the Rotary Club of Osborne Park over portion of Crown Reserve 46329 being Lot 13988, House Number 46, Huntriss Road, Gwelup12.2/PRS10818/020

Council Resolution

0818/020

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 46329 being Lot 13988, House Number 46, Huntriss Road, Gwelup to the Rotary Club of Osborne Park with the following essential terms:-
a. a term of five years; and
b. rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $1,200 plus GST per annum.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the lease.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudBianca SandriNew Lease to ActiveBody Fitness Club over Portion of Lot 457, House Number 369, Scarborough Beach Road, Innaloo13.10818/021

Council Resolution

0818/021

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Lot 457, Unit 1, House Number 369, Scarborough Beach Road, Innaloo to Active Body Fitness Club with the following essential terms:-
a. A term of six months; 
b. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease to be set at $44,000 plus GST; and
c. Rent to be reviewed annually in line with CPI.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the new lease between the City of Stirling and Active Body Fitness Club.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Andrew Guilfoyle - Proposed feasibility study of the Carine Cats Ball Club Incorporated club kiosk and toilets14.10818/022

Council Resolution

0818/022

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That at the mid-year budget review, Council CONSIDERS a budget of $50,000 to undertake the development of designs and cost estimates for the proposed renewal of the ‘Whitehouse’ clubroom building including consideration of the need to retain or integrate the adjacent toilet amenity.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKeith SargentProperty Strategy Implementation Progress Report July 201812.2/9.10818/024

Council Resolution

0818/024

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council RECEIVES the July 2018 Property Strategy Implementation Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleQuarterly statements for the City's investment portfolio for the period ending 30 June 201812.2/9.20818/025

Council Resolution

0818/025

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES the Quarterly Statements for the City’s Property Investment Portfolio for the period ending 30 June 2018.

2. That Council APPROVES the transfer of up to $20,000 from the Investment Income Reserve to fund the site works at Lot 7672, House Number 1, Blair Street, Karrinyup. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

3 July 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLot 314, House Number 4, Trevithick Close, Stirling - Proposed 21 Multiple Dwellings11.1/DS10718/004

Council Resolution

0718/004

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for 21 Multiple Dwellings at Lot 314, House Number 4, Trevithick Close, Stirling be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;

b. The existing crossover to Trevithick Close is temporary until such time that lawful access can be provided to Telford Crescent;

c. Within 90 days of lawful access being granted to Telford Crescent, the following works are to be completed to the satisfaction of the City:-

i. The crossover to Trevithick Close is to be removed and the verge reinstated at no cost to the City;
ii. A fence shall be erected around the driveway to Trevithick Close to prevent vehicles from accessing Trevithick Close;
iii. The fence between the driveway and Telford Crescent is to be removed, to provide vehicular movements to Telford Crescent.  This includes removal of the fence within the sightline truncations, to achieve compliance with the Australian Standards (AS2890.1:2004); 
iv. All works on Telford Crescent road reserve required for access to and egress from the site, to be undertaken and completed by the applicant or strata body;

d. Prior to occupation of the development, the applicant shall provide the City with the management statement, which shall include a by-law that requires the strata company to complete the above mentioned works within 90 days from lawful access being available to Telford Crescent;

e. Prior to commencement of development, revised plans are to be submitted to the satisfaction of the City which provide each bedroom 2 window for Units 6, 12 and 18 with a major opening, as per the requirements in the Station Precinct Local Development Plan;

f. All landscaped areas are to be planted, reticulated and mulched in accordance with the approved plan prior to occupation of the development and maintained in accordance with the City of Stirling’s Policy 6.6 – Landscaping;

g. Three street trees are to be planted on the verge by the City at the landowner’s expense. The cost is payable prior to commencement of development;

h. Prior to occupation of the development, three advanced trees must be planted on site in the area indicated on the approved plan and be thereafter maintained. Each tree must be provided with a minimum 9m2 of soil space and a minimum dimension of 2m at ground level free of intrusions;

i. The on street parking bays, verge upgrades and associated works within the road reserve relating to the subject development shall be provided in compliance with the approved development plans and the City’s drawing number E6513A (Attachment 5). Detailed civil engineering construction plans, prepared by a suitably qualified person, must be submitted for written approval to the satisfaction of the City prior to commencement of the development;

j. Prior to the occupation or use of the development, on site vehicular parking (including the motorcycle bays), manoeuvring and circulation areas indicated on the approved ground floor plan being sealed, drained and line marked to the satisfaction of the City of Stirling;

k. Prior to the occupation of the development, a minimum of 21 bicycle bays are to be installed and maintained thereafter to the satisfaction of the City of Stirling. All bicycle parking facilities are to comply with AS 2890.3 (as amended);

l. The semi frameless glass balustrade on the balconies is to be at least 75% visually permeable, as per the requirements in the Station Precinct Local Development Plan;

m. Each multiple dwelling shall be provided with a mechanical dryer prior to the occupancy or use of the development where a concealed drying area is not provided exclusively for the dwelling;

n. Prior to occupation of the development, communal facilities such as BBQs, seating, shade structures, tables etc shall be provided within the communal open space area;

o. Prior to the occupation of the building, the street number shall be clearly displayed on the façade of the building. The street number is to be displayed in perpetuity to the satisfaction of the City of Stirling;

p. The pedestrian entrance shall be at finished pavement level that allows for universal access to the adjacent public road;

q. Prior to occupation, the redundant crossover to Telford Crescent shall be removed and the kerbing and road verge reinstated at the owner’s cost in accordance with City's Local Planning Policy 6.7 - Parking and Access;

r. Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all privacy screenings shall be visually impermeable and maintained for the life of the development;

s. All external fixtures such as television and radio antennae, satellite dishes, plumbing vents and pipes, air conditioners and hot water systems are to be screened as viewed from the street and adjoining properties;


t. A Traffic Management Plan is required to be submitted to the satisfaction of the City’s Roadworks Traffic Management Officer prior to works commencing and must be in effect for the full duration of the works, including all necessary barricades, warning light, pedestrian details and sign posting in accordance with Australian Standards. Particular attention should be given to providing clear visibility during works for vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians;

u. A Site Management Plan is to be submitted and approved by the City of Stirling prior to commencement of development. The Site Management Plan is to address dust, noise, waste management, storage of materials, traffic and site safety/security. The Site Management Plan is to be complied with for the duration of the construction of the development;

v. All stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site;

w. No goods or materials being stored, either temporarily or permanently, in the parking or landscape areas or within access driveways. All goods and materials are to be stored within the buildings or storage facilities, where provided;

x. Outside lighting to comply with Australian Standards AS 4282-1997 for the control of obstructive effects of outdoor lighting and not spill into any adjacent residential premises;

y. The contractor shall be responsible for the protection of existing public utility services and structures within the road reserve;

z. All existing trees are to be protected during the works. However in the event that an existing tree is damaged during construction and needs to be removed, the contractor is responsible for all associated costs;

aa. Residents in the vicinity of the development are to be advised by letter at least 14 days prior to the impending works. Contact details of the person within your organisation to whom all queries are to be directed must be included within the letter;

bb. Upon completion of works, the City is to be provided with “as constructed” digital copies in DWG format, of the constructed works;  and

cc. The bin enclosure and location must comply with the City of Stirling’s Waste Management Local Law 2010. The bin enclosure must be large enough to fit all waste receptacles for the proposed number of units. Ensure that the receptacles do not cause a nuisance to the occupiers of adjoining properties.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Bianca SandriElizabeth ReLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Draft Local Planning Policy 6.12 - Public Art on Private Land - Outcomes of Advertising11.1/CP30718/007

Council Resolution

0718/007

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Re
That the Item relating to Item 11.1/CP3 – Local Planning Scheme No.3 – Draft Local Planning Policy 6.12 – Public Art on Private Land – Outcomes of Advertising be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 24 July 2018 to allow further information to be provided to Councillors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLot 19, House Number 7, Harold Street, Dianella - Change of Use - Warehouse to Place of Worship (Amendment to DA15/1078)11.1/DS20718/009

Council Resolution

0718/009

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Change of Use from Warehouse to Place of Worship at Lot 19, House Number 7, Harold Street, Dianella be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-

a. The proposed development shall operate for six months only. Should the applicant wish to operate after this time a further development approval will be required to be obtained from the City;
b. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application and other attachments form part of the planning approval issued;
c. The Place of Worship use is limited to a maximum number of 50 persons within the whole premises (main worship hall and associated rooms) at all times;
d. The premises is not to have any amplified noise outside the hours of:-
i. 7.00am to 7.00pm on Monday to Saturday;
ii. 9.00am to 7.00pm on Sunday; and
iii. 9.00am to 7.00pm on Public Holidays.

Should noise be amplified outside of these hours, or should noise exceed the requirements of the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997, this approval may be rescinded by the City and the Place of Worship land use shall cease;

e. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve;
f. A minimum of three bicycle parking bays shall be provided on site prior to occupation of the development. The design and construction of the bike bays shall be in accordance with Australian Standards AS 2890.3-1993 Parking Facilities Part 3: Bicycle Parking;
g. All signage is to be in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.1 Advertising Signs, unless further development approval is obtained;
h. Prior to occupancy or use of the development, all off street parking to be available onsite during business hours for all customers and staff;
i. No goods or materials being stored, either temporarily or permanently, in the parking or landscape areas or within access driveways. All goods and materials are to be stored within the buildings or storage yards, where provided; and
j. External lighting shall be positioned so as not to adversely affect the amenity of the locality in accordance with Australian Standard AS/NZ 4282-1997. 

2. That pursuant to Clause 5.8.2 of Local Planning Scheme No.3, the cash-in-lieu contribution for 99 parking bays be WAIVED for this application (DA17/2132).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLot 418, House Number 4, Main Street, Osborne Park and Lot 419, House Number 2, Main Street, Osborne Park - Use Not Listed (Third Party Advertising Signage) and Community Facilities - State Administrative Tribunal Request for Reconsideration under...11.1/DS40718/010

Council Resolution

0718/010

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
That pursuant to the Orders made by the State Administrative Tribunal in accordance with Section 31 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004 (WA), the application for Use Not Listed (Third Party Advertising Signage) and Community Facilities at Lot 418, House Number 4, Main Street, Osborne Park and Lot 419, House Number 2, Main Street, Osborne Park be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:- 
a. The use of the site for Use Not Listed (Proposed Third Party Signage) is limited to a period of five years from the date of this approval. The signage structure is to be removed within three months of the expiry of this approval; 

b. The illumination of the signs shall not flash, pulsate, chase, or otherwise cause a nuisance to an adjoining site or the local area to the satisfaction of the City;

c. No walls, landscaping, fences or other structures above 0.75m in height to be constructed within 1.5m of where:-
i. Adjoin vehicular access points to the site; or
ii. Driveway meets a public street; or
iii. Two streets intersect; or
iv. Driveway meets a right of way; or
unless the further approval of Council is obtained;

d. Storm water from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Storm water must not affect, or be allowed to flow onto or into, any other property or road reserve; and

e. A landscaping plan is to be submitted to and approved by the City, prior to commencement of development. The landscape plan is to demonstrate compliance with Local Planning Policy 6.6 – Landscaping to the satisfaction of the City.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLOT 1132, HOUSE NUMBER 15, THOMAS WAY, KARRINYUP 6018 - ADDITONS TO SINGLE HOUSE11.1/DS50718/011

Council Resolution

0718/011

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for additions to the Single House at Lot 1132, House Number 15, Thomas Way, Karrinyup be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued;
b. Stormwater from all roofed and paved areas shall be collected and contained on site. Stormwater must not affect or be allowed to flow onto or into any other property or road reserve; and

c. Prior to occupation of the development, the two significant trees indicated on the approved plans for retention must be retained on site with a minimum 9m2 of soil space at ground level free of intrusions, and a minimum dimension of 2m around the tree. The tree must be protected during the demolition and construction phase of the development and thereafter maintained.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleLocal Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.106 - Lot 601, House Number 2B, Rawlins Street, Glendalough - Rezoning from 'Private Institution' and 'No Zone', to 'Residential R100' - Initiation11.1/CP20718/012

Council Resolution

0718/012

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES Amendment No.106 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 to Rezone Lot 601, House Number 2B, Rawlins Street, Glendalough from 'Private Institution' and 'No Zone' to 'Residential R100’ as shown in Attachment 1. 
2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.106 is a Standard Amendment.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReAndrew GuilfoyleSERVICE IMPROVEMENTS - DEVELOPMENT SERVICES11.2/A10718/013

Council Resolution

0718/013

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Guilfoyle
That the Item relating to 11.2/A1 – Service Improvements – Development Services be REFERRED to the Audit Committee meeting to be held 6 August 2018 to allow further information to be provided to Councillors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Councillors Italiano and Perkov.
 

Giovanni ItalianoDavid BoothmanLease Internal Audit Review11.2/IA10718/015

Council Resolution

0718/015

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Boothman
That Council ENDORSES the addition of the Lease Internal Audit Review to the 2018/2019 Annual Internal Audit Plan.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoAdam SpagnoloOn-Street Parking - Main Street, Osborne Park11.3/ED10718/016

Council Resolution

0718/016

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council APPROVES the provision of on-street parking on Main Street, Osborne Park, at suitable locations between Federal Street and Eldorado Street, subject to appropriate time-controlled parking restrictions being applied during peak traffic hours.

2. That a further report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 31 July 2018 that outlines the benefits, costs and implications of providing on-street parking along Main Street between Federal Street and Cape Street.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 11 Ending 31 May 201811.3/F10718/018

Council Resolution

0718/018

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 11, 1 May – 31 May 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $22,602,915.43
Trust Fund            3,056.91
Reserve Fund                           -
  ___________
TOTAL $22,605,972.34
Be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 May 201811.3/F20718/019

Council Resolution

0718/019

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 May 2018 be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudPortion of Road Reserve Abutting Lot 427, House Number 12, Nolan Crescent, Gwelup11.3/PRS10718/020

Council Resolution

0718/020

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the closure of an 18m2 portion of road reserve abutting Lot 427, House Number 12, Nolan Crescent, Gwelup as shown in Attachment 1, in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997, subject to:-
a. Amalgamation with Lot 427, House Number 12, Nolan Crescent, Gwelup; and
b. Removal of the redundant pavement area associated with the existing

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudAcquisition of Right of Way 17007 being part of Lot 80, House Number 20R, Bassett Lane, Doubleview as Crown Land Managed by the City11.3/PRS20718/021

Council Resolution

0718/021

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 17007, being part of Lot 80, House Number 20R, Bassett Lane, Doubleview in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.


2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 17007, being part of Lot 80, House Number 20R Bassett Lane, Doubleview in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-
a. No objections being received from the public notice;
b. Creation as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Right of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to allow the City of Stirling rights to care for, control and manage the Crown land.
3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to effect this proposal.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.
 
For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudTender for Community and Home Based Care Support Services11.3/TE10718/022

Council Resolution

0718/022

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the following panel of suppliers for the Tender for Community and Home Based Support Services be ACCEPTED at an estimated cumulative value of $3.3 million (excluding GST), for a period of one year (with two possible one year extensions) from the date of the Acceptance Letter:-

· Chanticleer Holdings Pty Ltd
· HenderCare Pty Ltd
· Stonefield Asset Pty Ltd
2. That the ALLOCATION of orders to panel members, recommendation 1, will in the first instance be based on customer preference, and secondly on the following basis:-

· Rank 1 - Chanticleer Holdings Pty Ltd 
· Rank 2 - HenderCare Pty Ltd 
· Rank 3 - Stonefield Asset Pty Ltd 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleStephanie ProudTender for Drainage and Associated Works11.3/TE20718/023

Council Resolution

0718/023

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the tenders received from Riverjet Pty Ltd,  Interflow Pty Ltd  and T.C. Drainage (WA) Pty Ltd for the Drainage and Associated Works be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $2 million (excluding GST):-
a. At the tendered prices/rates as detailed in Attachment 1 to this report; and
b. For a period of two years with options for two extensions of one year each.

2. That the allocation of orders to panel members in recommendation 1 be on the basis of best value for money and availability of the supplier at the time quotations are sought for specific projects.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo. 
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddySuzanne MigdaleCity of Stirling Strategic Community Plan 2018 - 202812.20718/025

Council Resolution

0718/025

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council APPROVES the Draft City of Stirling Strategic Community Plan 2018 - 2028 as shown in Attachment 1 for distribution for public comment. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Adam SpagnoloElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Lot 1, House Number 50, Gordon Road East, Osborne Park13.10718/026

Council Resolution

0718/026

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Re
That Council NOTES, should the owner of Lot 1, House Number 50, Gordon Road East, Osborne Park lodge a development application seeking to amend the conditions of the Development Approval dated 24 November 2015, Development Approval Reference 15/1021, the standard call-in process can be followed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Street Tree Planting Policy13.20718/027

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That a report be PROVIDED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting with regard to a review of the Street Tree Planting policy to address the application, complaints, requests, location and viability of the Street Tree Planting policy in its current format. 

Council Resolution

0718/027

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale

That the Item relating to Item 13.2 - Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Street Tree Planting Policy be REFERRED to a future workshop, following the winter planting season, to allow Councillors to discuss queries received and ways to avoid angst in the community, as well as providing City officers with feedback. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

Adam SpagnoloGiovanni ItalianoNotice of Motion - Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Prohibition of Access to Certain Lots located in the part of Trevithick Close, Stirling within the Stirling City Centre13.30718/028

Council Resolution

0718/028

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Italiano
That the Stirling City Centre Station Precinct Local Development Plan be AMENDED as shown in Attachment 1, subject to the following:-

a. Lot 327, House Number 65, Trevithick Close, Stirling being listed in Clause 3.2.3 - Special Provisions as a site where development applications must show access from Telford Crescent, Stirling; and

b. Figure 18 be modified to show that vehicle access to Lot 327, House Number 65, Trevithick Close, Stirling to be from Telford Crescent, Stirling. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Spagnolo.
Against: Nil.
 

12 June 2018

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleNew Lease to the Rotary Club of Osborne Park over portion of Crown Reserve 46329 being Lot 13988, House Number 46, Huntriss Road, Gwelup12.1/PRS20618/006

Council Resolution

0618/006

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the Item relating to New Lease to the Rotary Club of Osborne Park over Portion of Crown Reserve 46329 being Lot 13988, House Number 46, Huntriss Road, Gwelup be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 26 June 2018 for the reasons outlined by the first speaker during Public Question Time at this meeting.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

0618/006

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the Item relating to New Lease to the Rotary Club of Osborne Park over Portion of Crown Reserve 46329 being Lot 13988, House Number 46, Huntriss Road, Gwelup be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 26 June 2018 for the reasons outlined by the first speaker during Public Question Time at this meeting.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleKaren CaddyAnnual Review of Delegations 2017/201812.1/GS10618/007

Council Resolution

0618/007

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That in accordance with Section 5.46(2) of the Local Government Act 1995, Council REVIEWS its delegation to the Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee and those delegations to the Chief Executive Officer.

2. That in accordance with Section 5.16(1) and 5.42(1) of the Local Government Act 1995, Council ADOPTS the amended delegations of authority to the Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee and those delegations to the Chief Executive Officer as detailed in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/4) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Migdale, Perkov, Proud and Sargent.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan, Re and Sandri.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleBianca SandriWestern Australian Local Government Association 2018 Annual General Meeting of Voting Delegates12.1/GS20618/009

Council Resolution

0618/009

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council APPROVES the following Councillors to be registered as voting delegates on behalf of the City of Stirling at the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held on Wednesday 1 August 2018 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre:-
a. Councillor David Lagan 
b. Councillor Giovanni Italiano

2. That Council ENDORSES the following Councillors as proxy voting delegates should the registered voting delegates be unable to attend the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held on Wednesday 1 August 2018 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre:-

a. Councillor David Boothman
b. Councillor Stephanie Proud

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleAppointment of new Committee Members to the City of Stirling Environment Advisory Group12.1/PS10618/011

Council Resolution

0618/011

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council ENDORSES all seven nominations for membership on the City of Stirling Environment Advisory Group, as listed in Attachment 1, up to 18 October 2019. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 10 Ending 30 April 201812.1/F10618/012

Council Resolution

0618/012

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 10, 1 April – 30 April 2018 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $21,648,728.46
Trust Fund        130,610.65
Reserve Fund   13,411,334.19
TOTAL $35,190,673.30
be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 April 201812.1/F20618/013

Council Resolution

0618/013

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 April 2018 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleFeasibility of Live Streaming12.1/F30618/014

Council Resolution

0618/014

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council PROCEEDS with Option One within the body of the report with regards to live streaming, with approval of a subsequent workshop, and a report to be PRESENTED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdalePartial Surrender of Drainage Easement over Lot 670 on Plan 7848, House Number 11, Bartlett Crescent, Karrinyup12.1/PRS10618/015

Council Resolution

0618/015

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPROVES the partial surrender of drainage easement 55231/1964 over Lot 670 on Plan 7848 being House Number 11, Bartlett Crescent, Karrinyup, as shown in Attachment 3, subject to:-
a. The surrender documentation being prepared by the City’s lawyers; and
b. The owners of Lot 670 on Plan 7848 being House Number 11, Bartlett Crescent, Karrinyup paying all costs to effect the partial surrender of drainage easement 55231/1964 over Lot 670 on Plan 7848 being House Number 11, Bartlett Crescent, Karrinyup.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to any necessary documentation required to effect the partial surrender of drainage easement.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition of Right of Way 28016 being Lot 50, House Number 63R, Inglewood Lane, Inglewood as Crown land managed by the City12.1/PRS30618/016

Council Resolution

0618/016

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPROVES the advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28016 being Lot 50, House Number 63R, Inglewood Lane, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.

2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28016 being Lot 31, House Number 63R, Inglewood Lane, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-
a. No objections being received from public advertising;
b. Creation as Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to allow the City of Stirling rights to care, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims from the actions to effect this proposal.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleDedication of Portion of Crown Reserve 31325 being Lot 8735 on Diagram 42103, House Number 61, Telford Crescent, Stirling and Lot 10659 on Diagram 46213, House Number 61A, Telford Crescent, Stirling12.1/PRS40618/017

Council Resolution

0618/017

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That subject to no objections being received to public advertising, Council APPROVES for the City of Stirling to request the Minister for Lands to:-
a. Excise an approximately 415m2 portion of land from Crown Reserve 31325 being part of Lot 8735 on Diagram 42103, House Number 61, Telford Crescent, Stirling and the whole of Lot 10659 on Diagram 46213, House Number 61A, Telford Crescent, Stirling, as shown in Attachment 1 (subject to survey); and
b. Dedicate the excised portion as road reserve in accordance with Section 56 of the Land Administration Act 1997 as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication actions.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Andrew GuilfoyleSuzanne MigdaleReview of Appointment of Authorisations12.1/GS30618/018

Council Resolution

0618/018

Moved Councillor Guilfoyle, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPOINTS the following class of employees under Section 38(3)(a) of the Control of Vehicles (Off-road Areas) Act 1978 to be an authorised officer for the purposes of that Act and that the Chief Executive Officer ISSUES each employee with a Certificate of Appointment, in the prescribed form, evidencing the area of jurisdiction as an authorised officer under the Control of Vehicles (Off-Road Areas) Act 1978:- 

· Manager Community Safety; 
· Community Safety Operations Supervisor; 
· Coordinator Community Safety; 
· Parking Coordinator;
· Senior Community Ranger; 
· Senior Security Officer; 
· Team Leader Parking Support;
· Community Safety Infringement Officer;
· Community Safety Officer;
· Team Leaders Security; 
· Security Patrol Officers;
· Rangers;
· Community Safety Administration Officers;
· Community Safety Administration Officer (Systems); and 
· Animal Registration Officer.

2. That Council APPOINTS the following offices under Section 17(1)(a) of the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995 to be an authorised person for the purposes of the day to day operations of that Act and that the Chief Executive Officer ISSUES each employee with an identity card, in the prescribed form, certifying that the person is an authorised person under the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995:-

· Coordinator Environmental Health;
· Senior Environmental Health Officers; and
· Environmental Health Officers.

3. That Council APPOINTS the following classes of employees under Section 23(11) of the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995 to be authorised persons and that the Chief Executive Officer ISSUES each employee with a Certificate of Appointment, in accordance with Section 23(12) of the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995:-

a. For the purposes of issuing infringements under Section 23(2) of the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995:-
· Senior Environmental Health Officers; and
· Environmental Health Officers.

b. For the purposes of receiving payments of infringements under Section 23(3) of the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995:-
· Customer Service Team Leader – Front Counter; and
· Customer Service Officers – Front Counter.
c. For the purposes of extending the period of payment or withdrawing infringements under Section 23(5) and (7) of the Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995:-

· Director Planning and Development; and
· Coordinator Environmental Health.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriLot 14219, House Number 17, Hamer Parade, Inglewood - Telecommunications Infrastructure - Determination of Development Application by the Western Australian Planning Commission - DA18/055513.10618/019

Council Resolution

0618/019

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council DOES NOT ENDORSE the City's recommendation to the Western Australian Planning Commission, which recommends approval of the proposed Telecommunications Infrastructure at Lot 14219, House Number 17, Hamer Parade, Inglewood for the following reasons:-

a. The proposed development is inconsistent with the subject site’s ‘Parks and Recreation’ reservation under the Metropolitan Region Scheme;
b. The proposed development is inconsistent with the orderly and proper planning of the locality with alternative sites available for the location of Telecommunications Facilities in the immediate vicinity which are considered to have a lesser impact on the amenity of the locality;
c. The proposed development is to be situated in a highly visible location and therefore will have an adverse impact on the amenity of the locality;
d. The proposed location and height of the telecommunication tower will have a detrimental impact upon the existing heritage protection area and visual amenity of the area and does not comply with Clause 67 (m) and (n) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015; and
e. The development does not generally comply with State Planning Policy 5.2.

2. That Council DIRECTS the Chief Executive Officer to arrange discussion between the City and Telstra representatives in order to identify a more suitable location for the telecommunications infrastructure which does not have a detrimental impact upon the visual amenity of the area.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKeith SargentLot 8904, House Number 17, Northwood Drive, Mirrabooka, Telecommunications Infrastructure - Determination of Development Application by Western Australian Planning Commission - DA18/019813.20618/020

Council Resolution

0618/020

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s recommendation to the Western Australian Planning Commission to recommend refusal of the proposed Telecommunications Infrastructure at Lot 8904, House Number 17, Northwood Drive, Mirrabooka.

2. That Council REQUESTS that the proponent liaise with the City of Stirling regarding the suitability of other identified potential sites (if they intend to proceed with the proposal) relative to their suitability for this type of infrastructure.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Giovanni ItalianoSuzanne MigdaleUse of the Reception Hall - Osborne Park Agricultural Society13.30618/021

Council Resolution

0618/021

Moved Councillor Italiano, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council APPROVES the use of the Reception Hall for the Osborne Park Agricultural Society’s Trophy Presentation Evening on Wednesday 19 September 2018.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Street Tree Planting Policy14.10618/022

Council Resolution

0618/022

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Street Tree Planting Policy be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 3 July 2018 to allow for Councillor Elizabeth Re to be present when the item is considered.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

0618/022

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Street Tree Planting Policy be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 3 July 2018 to allow for Councillor Elizabeth Re to be present when the item is considered.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Lions Club of Stirling Swap Meet (Market)14.20618/023

Council Resolution

0618/023

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That a report be PRESENTED to the 24 July 2018 Planning and Development Committee meeting, addressing the Market use class in non-residential zones under Local Planning Scheme No.3.

2. That a report be PRESENTED to the 14 August 2018 Planning and Development Committee meeting outlining other options available to Council to address the existing unauthorised Market land use at Lot 70, House Number 160, Alexander Drive, Dianella including the implications associated with the options.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Bianca Sandri - Verge and Crossover Policy14.30618/024

Council Resolution

0618/024

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Caddy
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee to consider options for introducing further flexibility and discretion in the application and interpretation of the City’s Crossover Policy and Permits to Use Verge Areas and Protection of City Property during Building Works Policy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Installation of Stop Sign at Tweed Crescent and Adair Parade, Coolbinia14.40618/025

Council Resolution

0618/025

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council REQUESTS that Main Roads install a stop sign at the corner of Tweed Crescent and Adair Parade, Coolbinia, to be placed on the Tweed Crescent approach.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Guilfoyle, Irwin, Italiano, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
Against: Nil.