2020 Motions database

This page contains all motions passed at Council meetings in 2020.

1 December 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David BoothmanStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING POLICY 6.4 CHILD DAY CARE CENTRES - REVIEW12.1/CP11220/004

Council Resolution

1220/004

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council PREPARES proposed amendments to ‘Local Planning Policy 6.4 - Child Day Care Centres’ (to be known as ‘Local Planning Policy 6.4 - Child Care Premises’), as shown in Attachment 4.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyElizabeth ReLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - REVIEW OF LOCAL PLANNING POLICY 4.2 - MIXED USE AND COMMERCIAL CENTRE DESIGN GUIDELINES - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING12.1/CP21220/005

Council Resolution

1220/005

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) ‘Local Planning Policy 4.2 - Mixed Use Design Guidelines’ in a modified form as shown in Attachment 1, subject to the following modification:-
An additional provision be INSERTED under Section 3 Applications Subject of this Policy as follows:-
· “Where the development is within an existing local centre and impacts only a portion of the buildings in that local centre (i.e. 50% or less), the new development will be expected to fit in with the existing local context (particularly with regard to street setback and parking locations) and will be assessed against the objectives of the Local Centre Zone.”

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudUse and Boundary Rationalisation: Crown Reserve 26146 being Lot 7210, House Number 42, Sylvia Street, Balcatta12.1/A11220/007

Council Resolution

1220/007

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council REQUESTS the Minister for Lands excises a 250m² portion (subject to survey) of Crown Reserve 26146 being Lot 7210, House Number 42, Sylvia Street, Balcatta shown in Attachment 1, subject to:-  
a. The excised land being created as a separate Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’; and
b. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’ to allow the City of Stirling rights to the care, control and management of the Crown land and provide vehicular access to the adjoining private land.
2. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims from the actions to effect this proposal.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellyProposed Mixed Use Development - Seven Multiple Dwellings and One Commercial Tenancy - Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg13.11220/008

Council Resolution

1220/008

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the proposed Mixed-Use Development - Seven Multiple Dwellings and One Commercial Tenancy at Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg, subject to the inclusion of the following being added to the reasons for refusal:-

a. Reason 1 being amended as follows:-
i. The application does not satisfy Clause 67 (s) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 (Schedule 2 - Deemed Provisions) as the proposed car parking does not provide adequate vehicular parking onsite. There is an existing parking congestion issue in the vicinity due to the existing café use, and the proposed development will exacerbate this issue.  The four commercial parking bays proposed onsite are insufficient to satisfy the parking demand, and the applicant’s justification that there is sufficient public carparking in the area does not recognise that these public bays have been provided for the community to access the beach, not to support a private development.
b. The following additional reasons for refusal being added:-
i. The application does not satisfy Clause 67 (m) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 (Schedule 2 – Deemed Provisions) as the development is not compatible with its setting, being surrounded by an area of residential R20 properties, and the excessive height, bulk and scale of the building would result in significant negative impacts on the residential amenity, streetscape and character of the local community;
ii. The height and setbacks of the development will have a negative impact on the adjacent properties in terms of views of significance and overshadowing; and
iii. The cumulative impacts of the discretions sought by the development will result in an excessive adverse impact on the adjoining residential properties and the immediate locality.

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

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudDeed of Agreement for the Use and Maintenance of future Public Parking Bays at Lot 500 on Deposited Plan 413012 (former Reserve Street Car Park, Scarborough)13.21220/009

Council Resolution

1220/009

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES the City entering into a Deed of Agreement over portion of Lot 500, Reserve Street, Scarborough for construction, use and maintenance of Reserve Street Car Park with Edge Holdings No 16 Pty Ltd.
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 affect this legal agreement.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Lagan, Re and Sandri.
 

David BoothmanAdam SpagnoloGrant of Easement over Crown Reserve 43965 being Lot 803, House Number 45, Veronica Parkway and Lot 107, House Number 51, Grindleford Drive, Balcatta for management and protection of Drainage Infrastructure13.31220/010

Council Resolution

1220/010

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council provides CONSENT to the Minister for Lands for an easement to be granted to the Water Corporation over a 1,130m2 (subject to survey) portion of Crown Reserve 43965 being Lot 803, House Number 45, Veronica Parkway, Balcatta to protect its future drainage infrastructure.
2. That Council APPROVES an easement to be granted to the Water Corporation over a 1,570m2 (subject to survey) portion of Lot 107, House Number 51, Grindleford, Drive, Balcatta to protect its future drainage infrastructure.
3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all documentation necessary to affect the easement transactions.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganJoe FerranteUse of Civic Facilities 202113.41220/011

Council Resolution

1220/011

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council APPROVES the use of Civic Facilities to host identified Civic functions for 2021 and the allocation of Elected Members to give the opening address at Citizenship Ceremonies.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Elizabeth ReDavid LaganProposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy13.51220/012

Council Resolution

1220/012

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Lagan
That Item 13.5 – Proposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 16 February 2021 to allow officers to address and capture more of the issues facing the definition and intent of confidentiality in local government today.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Proud and Sargent.
 

Bianca SandriDavid BoothmanNotice of Motion - Mayor Mark Irwin - Renaming of Stephenson Avenue14.11220/013

Council Resolution

1220/013

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Boothman
That a report be PRESENTED to a future Planning and Development Committee meeting to demonstrate Council’s commitment to reconciliation by renaming the main street through the Stirling City Centre either after a Wadjuk Noongar elder or a Noongar word reflective of the significance of this road.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Spagnolo.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Mayor Mark Irwin - Multi-Year Funding for Signature Events14.21220/014

Council Resolution

1220/014

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 23 March 2021 assessing the effectiveness of the Community Arts and Events Funding Policy, and considering multi-year funding for signature events that align with the Strategic Community Plan.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Provision of a Sport Stadium, Museum, Performing Arts Venue14.31220/015

Council Resolution

1220/015

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That City Officers INVESTIGATE the provision of a sports stadium, museum and music/performing arts venue as part of the community infrastructure needs assessment being undertaken for the Stirling City Centre in the 2021 / 2022 financial year.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale and Sandri.
 

David BoothmanKeith SargentNotice of Motion - Councillor David Boothman - Mirrabooka Town Centre14.41220/016

Council Resolution

1220/016

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ENDORSES the following actions to address the issues of car parking, public transport and lack of development in the Mirrabooka Town Centre:-

a. The Mayor writes to the Premier of the State Government, the Minister for Transport and Planning and all State and Federal Government politicians whose electorates cover the City of Stirling, to resolve the parking issues associated with the Government office building;
b. The City works with the owners of House Number 3, Doncaster Road (MyVista) and the Department of Communities to provide up to 220 temporary public car parking bays;
c. The City continues to advocate to the Public Transport Authority for improved public transport services;
d. The City completes a parking plan for the Mirrabooka Town Centre by the end of 2021;
e. The City continues meeting with the Department of Communities to explore medium and long term parking solutions;
f. The City works with other land owners in the Centre to improve the provision of public parking; and
g. The City works with the Department of Communities to facilitate the amalgamation of the smaller land parcels into adjoining properties.

2. That a further report be PRESENTED to Council in six months providing an update on the issues of car parking, public transport and lack of development in the Mirrabooka Town Centre.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - RE100 Movement14.51220/017

Council Resolution

1220/017

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the City aims to JOIN the Cities Power Partnership as noted in the draft Sustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-2030.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Scarborough Building Heights14.61220/018

Council Resolution

1220/018

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That the Mayor WRITES to the Premier, the Leader of the Opposition, the member for Scarborough and Labor candidate for Scarborough expressing Council’s concern about the excessive bulk and scale of some of the recently proposed developments within the Scarborough Redevelopment Area, with developers seeming to expect that heights above those provided in the Redevelopment Scheme (12-18 storeys) will be granted as of right. 

2. That in the letter, the Mayor SEEKS their commitment to uphold the community’s expectation that building heights should conform to those outlined in the Redevelopment Scheme, and that increased height should only be considered where significant community benefit is demonstrated, particularly in relation to reduced bulk and scale and protection of view corridors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

17 November 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganSuzanne MigdaleRecords Management and Freedom of Information Internal Audit Report12.1/IA21120/003

Council Resolution

1120/003

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES the Records Management and Freedom of Information Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘medium’ rated observation be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly and Re. 
 

David LaganKaren CaddyReview of City of Stirling Risk Management Framework12.1/CG21120/004

Council Resolution

1120/004

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council NOTES the review of the City of Stirling Risk Matrices Action Plan.

2. That Council ADOPTS the revised City of Stirling Risk Management Framework, with the following paragraph inserted after the second dot point under the heading ‘Monitoring and Review’ for Strategic Risks in Section 3.6 of the Risk Management Framework:-

“Quarterly strategic risk reporting to the Audit Committee and Council includes the following reporting on strategic risks:-

· The City’s Strategic Risk Register including any changes;

· Identification of ‘High’ or ‘Extreme’ residual risks and the progress on the risk treatment plans to address those risks; and

· Identification of residual risks that are outside the tolerance of the strategic risk appetite and the progress of risk treatment plans to address those risks.” 
3. That Council NOTES the Amendments made to Table 1: Roles and Responsibilities under Section 2.2.2 of the ‘Risk Management Framework’:-

The following dot point is inserted after the fourth dot point under roles and responsibilities of the ‘Executive Team’:-

· Administer and implement audit findings. 

The second dot point under roles and responsibilities of ‘Internal Audit’ is removed and replaced with the following:-

· Reports on the progress of management action plans.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriService Improvements - Development Services Progress Update12.1/A11120/006

Council Resolution

1120/006

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council NOTES the statistics and feedback relating to customer service provisions within the Development Services Business Unit.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA11120/007

Council Resolution

1120/007

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri

The Committee Recommends to Council
1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Audit Report.
2. That Council NOTES the current status of the Management Action Plans for past audits and reviews.
3. That the 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 (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriInternal Audit Charter12.1/IA31120/008

Council Resolution

1120/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council ADOPTS the Internal Audit Charter as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriCompliance Self Assessment12.1/CG11120/009

Council Resolution

1120/009

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri

That Council APPROVES the changes to the City’s approach to the Compliance

David LaganBianca SandriCity of Stirling Strategic Risks Report12.1/CG31120/010

Council Resolution

1120/010

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risks Details Report and the Strategic Risks Key Risk Indicators Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleFelicity FarrellyLong Term Cycling Network - Results of Consultation12.2/ES11120/011

Council Resolution

1120/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council NOTES the results of the consultation for the Long Term Cycle Network.
2. That Council NOTES that:-
a. The Long Term Cycle Network is aspirational in nature, subject to change and there is no obligation on the City to construct all the routes contained in the plan; and
b. There will be further consultation on the Long Term Cycle Network as part of the City’s Bike Network Plan review that is scheduled to take place in 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 in association with its WA Bicycle network submissions.
3. That the City INFORMS the Department of Transport that no changes are proposed to be made to the Long Term Cycle Network at this point in time. 
4. That the City ESTABLISHES a Cycling Advisory Group that can be used for regular engagement on its broader cycling strategy and infrastructure. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karlo PerkovChris HattonCareniup Wetlands Reserve Management Plan12.2/PS11120/012

Council Resolution

1120/012

Moved Councillor Perkov, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council NOTES the results of the second round of public consultation on the Careniup Wetlands Reserve Management Plan.

2. That Council ADOPTS the Careniup Wetlands Reserve Management Plan with the option for the removal of the Secret Garden zone and restoration as a conservation area (Option 3).

3. That Council makes APPLICATION for the use of cash-in-lieu funding to the Minister for Lands.

4. That Careniup Wetlands Reserve be DESIGNATED in the Dog Area Control Policy – “on-leash dog exercise area” subject to the statutory requirements of the policy being met.

5. That the Careniup Wetlands Reserve be DESIGNATED a “cat prohibited area” in the City of Stirling Keeping and Control of Cats Local Law 1999 – Schedule 1 and that the amendment be considered at the next review of the local law in 2021.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

6. That the Careniup Island be DESIGNATED a wildlife refuge and the maintenance island crossing be designed in such a way to prevent general access to the public. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
 

Suzanne MigdaleDavid BoothmanCity of Stirling and Wadjak Northside Aboriginal Community Corporation Agreement12.2/CS11120/013

Council Resolution

1120/013

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Boothman
1. That Council APPROVES the Agreement between the City of Stirling and the Wadjak Northside Aboriginal Community Corporation for the period January 2021 to June 2023.
2. That Council APPROVES additional funding of $15,000 through the 2020/2021 Mid-Year Budget Review for the Agreement between the City of Stirling and the Wadjak Northside Aboriginal Community Corporation.
3.  That Council lobbies the Federal and State Government members to have the Indigenous Advancement Strategy Funding reinstated.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriProposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy12.1/GOV11120/014

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Spagnolo

That in accordance with Clause 7.9 of the City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Local Law 2009, Councillor David Lagan be GRANTED an additional five minutes to speak.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

1120/014

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the item relating to Proposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 1 December 2020 to allow Elected Members to discuss the matter further and for the issues to be addressed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/4).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Proud and Sargent.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyElection Policies Review 202012.2/GOV21120/015

Council Resolution

1120/015

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ADOPTS the amended Election Signs Policy, as detailed in Attachment 1 with the following amendments:-
a. In each instance throughout the Policy, replace the words “City of Stirling elections” with “local government elections”; and 
b. Under the heading ‘Scope’, after the words “public safety”, retain the words “and the visual amenity of the City”.
2. That Council ADOPTS the new Election Caretaker Policy, as detailed in Attachment 2, to REPLACE the Council Election Caretaker Policy, as detailed in Attachment 3.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleAdam SpagnoloElected Member Policies Review 202012.2/GOV31120/016

Council Resolution

1120/016

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council ADOPTS the proposed Elected Member Entitlements Policy, as detailed in Attachment 1, to REPLACE the following policies:-
a. Elected Members’ Allowances and Expenses Policy; and
b. Elected Members’ Entitlements Policy.
2. That Council APPROVES a freeze on the annual increase for allowances in 2020, in response to COVID-19.
3. That Council ADOPTS the proposed Elected Member Professional Development Policy, as detailed in Attachment 4, to REPLACE the following policies:-
a. Elected Members’ Conferences and Training Development Policy; and
b. Elected Member Continuing Professional Development Policy.
4. That Council ADOPTS the amended Elected Member and Chief Executive Officer Attendance at Events Policy as detailed in Attachment 7.
5. That Council APPROVES the amalgamation of the Elected Member Professional Development and Conference Attendance registers on the City’s website. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

Committee Recommendation
1. That Council ADOPTS the proposed Elected Member Entitlements Policy, as detailed in Attachment 1, to REPLACE the following policies:-
a. Elected Members’ Allowances and Expenses Policy; and
b. Elected Members’ Entitlements Policy.
2. That Council APPROVES a freeze on the annual increase for allowances in 2020, in response to COVID-19.
3. That Council ADOPTS the proposed Elected Member Professional Development Policy, as detailed in Attachment 4, to REPLACE the following policies:-
a. Elected Members’ Conferences and Training Development Policy; and
b. Elected Member Continuing Professional Development Policy.
4. That Council ADOPTS the amended Elected Member and Chief Executive Officer Attendance at Events Policy as detailed in Attachment 7.
5. That Council APPROVES the amalgamation of the Elected Member Professional Development and Conference Attendance registers on the City’s website. 
NB: ABSOLUTE MAJORITY VOTE REQUIRED AT COUNCIL.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentProposed Disability Beach Access Matting - Trigg12.2/CS21120/018

Council Resolution

1120/018

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council APPROVES the location for the installation of beach access matting at Trigg Beach during each spring/summer period as detailed in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 3 Ending 30 September 202012.2/F11120/019

Council Resolution

1120/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 3, 1 September – 30 September 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $35,776,408.21
Trust Fund 4,125.90
Reserve Fund 686,067.20
TOTAL $36,466,601.31
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 September 202012.2/F21120/020

Council Resolution

1120/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 September 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentLicence Agreement between North Beach Bowling Club Inc and Australia Post over Portion of Reserve 26022, Lot 7036, House Number 7C, Kitchener Street, North Beach12.2/PRS11120/021

Council Resolution

1120/021

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES a new licence agreement between the North Beach Bowling Club Inc and the Australian Postal Corporation over portion of Crown Reserve 26022 being Lot 7036, House Number 7C, Kitchener Street, North Beach with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial trial term of 12 months from the date of signing the licence agreement;
b. A further term of up to four years immediately following the initial trial term; and
c. The license to be for the purpose of delivery vehicle storage only.
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 Licence Agreement.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentClosure of portion Road Reserve abutting Lot 108, House Number 15, Langworth Road, Balcatta12.2/PRS21120/022

Council Resolution

1120/022

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES the advertising of the closure of a 48m² portion of Langworth Road road reserve (as shown in Attachment 1) for amalgamation with Lot 108, House Number 15, Langworth Road, Balcatta in accordance with Section 58 of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-
a. The residual land from the closure being amalgamated with the abutting private land at Lot 108, House Number 15, Langworth Road, Balcatta; and
b. The applicant being responsible for all costs associated with the closure of the portion of road reserve including any relocation of services that may be required.
2. That the Minister for Land be REQUESTED to close 48m² triangular portion of road reserve subject to survey, abutting Lot 108, House Number 15 Langworth Road, Balcatta (as shown in Attachment 1) and amalgamated into Lot 15, subject to no objections being received during the advertising period.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for Property and Building Maintenance Services12.2/TE11120/023

Council Resolution

1120/023

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from:-
· Trustee for the M R Hoskins Family Trust 
· Access Without Barriers Pty Ltd and
· Orixon Pty Ltd 
for Property and Building Maintenance Services be ACCEPTED at the Schedule of Rates shown at Confidential Attachment 2.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for Coolbinia #2 Clubroom Refurbishment12.2/TE21120/024

Council Resolution

1120/024

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from Geared Construction Pty Ltd for the Coolbinia #2 Clubroom Refurbishment be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $632,230.75 (excluding GST).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for the Provision of Auto Electrical, Air Conditioning and Hydraulic Electrical Services within the City of Stirling.12.2/TE31120/025

Council Resolution

1120/025

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from Richlea Nominees Pty Ltd for the Provision of Auto Electrical, Air Conditioning and Hydraulic Electrical Services within the City of Stirling be ACCEPTED at the Schedule of Rates shown at Confidential Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for the Provision of Transport and Processing of Green Waste Services12.2/TE41120/026

Council Resolution

1120/026

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from Craneswest (WA) Pty Ltd trading as Western Tree Recyclers for the Provision of Transport and Processing of Green Waste Services be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $525,000 per annum (excluding GST), as per the rates detailed in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for Landscape Services12.2/TE51120/027

Council Resolution

1120/027

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the following panel of suppliers for the tender for Landscape Services be ACCEPTED at the estimated contract value of $1,800,000 per annum (excluding GST):-

Panel 1 – Civil Works
· Total Landscape Redevelopment Services Pty Ltd
· Mikevie Pty Ltd
· Kretar Holdings Pty Ltd

Panel 2 – Concrete Works
· Axiis Contracting Pty Ltd

Panel 3 – General Landscaping Works
· Total Landscape Redevelopment Services Pty Ltd
· Landscape Elements Pty Ltd
· Mikevie Pty Ltd

Panel 4 – Tree Services Planting Work
· Total Landscape Redevelopment Services Pty Ltd
· Baroness Holdings Pty Ltd
· Mikevie Pty Ltd

Panel 5 - Limestone Works
· Total Landscape Redevelopment Services Pty Ltd
· Mikevie Pty Ltd

Panel 6 – Landscape Development and Associated Works
· Total Landscape Redevelopment Services Pty Ltd
· Landscape Elements Pty Ltd
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentNaming Requests of Parks and Reserves12.2/9.11120/028

Council Resolution

1120/028

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSubdivision of Land: Scarborough and Yokine12.2/9.21120/029

Council Resolution

1120/029

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Report - October 202012.2/9.41120/030

Council Resolution

1120/030

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES the property located at Lot 26, House Number 367, Odin Drive, Balcatta to be moved into the City’s Non-Operational Property Portfolio (shown in Attachment 1).
2. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Financial and Management Report for the City’s Investment Portfolio for the period ending 30 September 2020 as detailed in Attachment 3.
3. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Progress Report for October 2020 as detailed in Attachment 4.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentDavid BoothmanNew Lease to Real Support Options Pty Ltd over portion of the Stirling Leisure Centres - Herb Graham - Mirrabooka at Lot 9000, House Number 38, Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka 'Room 10'13.11120/031

Council Resolution

1120/031

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Boothman
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease to Real Support Options Pty Ltd over portion of the Stirling Leisure Centres – Herb Graham – Mirrabooka at Lot 9000, House Number 38, Asbury Crescent, Mirrabooka being ‘Room 10’ on the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of one year;
b. Four further terms of one year each; 
c. Annual gross rent at the commencement of the lease being set at $4,372.50 plus GST; and
d. Rent to be reviewed annually on the anniversary of the commencement date by CPI.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all necessary documentation to effect the Lease subject to compliance with Section 3.58 of the Local Government Act 1995.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentKaren CaddySchedule of Accounts for Period 4 Ending 31 October 202013.21120/032

Council Resolution

1120/032

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 4, 1 October – 31 October 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $22,383,022.40
Trust Fund          21,667.00
Reserve fund                        0
TOTAL $22,404,689.40
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 October 202013.31120/033

Council Resolution

1120/033

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 October 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriElizabeth ReBusiness Support Initiative - Reduction / Refund of Verge Bonds and Verge Permits13.41120/034

Council Resolution

1120/034

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Re
1. That the City RETAINS the reduced Verge Bond charge of $500 and ADVERTISES this fee change to the public.  
2. That the City RECOMMENCES charging the Verge Permit Fee at $200. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

27 October 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleChief Executive Officer's Performance Evaluation Framework 2020/202112.1/10.11020/024

Council Resolution

1020/024

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
That the Item - Chief Executive Officer's Performance Evaluation Framework 2020/2021 be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 17 November 2020 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Amendment No.117 - Lot 9002, House Number 139, Balcatta Road, Balcatta - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/CP21020/025

Council Resolution

1020/025

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS (adopts) Amendment No.117 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 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.117 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).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentLot 10564, House Numbers 7 to 9, Field Street, Mount Lawley - Local Development Plan12.2/DS11020/027

Council Resolution

1020/027

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 6, Clause 52 (c) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the Local Development Plan for Lot 10564, House Numbers 7 to 9, Field Street, Mount Lawley, be REFUSED for the following reasons:-

a. The Local Development Plan is contrary to Clause 6.6.1(c) of Local Planning Scheme No.3 as it will allow development at a height and scale that will be inconsistent with the heritage character of the Mount Lawley Heritage Protection Area, that will not respect the scale and proportions of surrounding buildings and development that will not fit into the existing streetscapes; and

b. The Local Development Plan does not satisfy State Planning Policy 7.0 - Design of the Built Environment Design (Principle 1 Context and Character), specifically proposed Development Requirement 4.1 (Height and Setbacks), as it will allow development that will be inconsistent with the context and character of the locality.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentLOT 44, HOUSE NUMBER 44, WOODROW AVENUE, YOKINE – MODIFICATION TO A CONDITION OF APPROVAL – CONSULTING ROOMS (NON CONFORMING USE)12.2/DS21020/028

Council Resolution

1020/028

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for the Modification to a Condition of Planning Approval – Consulting Rooms (Non Conforming Use) at Lot 44, House Number 44, Woodrow Avenue, Yokine be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:-
a. No more than two health consultants are permitted to operate from the premises at any one time;
b. Vehicular parking, manoeuvring and circulation areas indicated on the approved plan to be sealed and drained, and the parking spaces shall be line marked and maintained in good repair to the satisfaction of the City;
c. The existing crossovers on site shall be modified to provide no more than two vehicle crossovers within 180 days of this approval.  The crossovers shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access;
d. 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;
e. All land indicated as landscaped area on the approved plan being developed on practical completion of the building/s to the satisfaction of the City.  All landscaped areas are to be maintained in good condition thereafter;
f. No verge parking is permitted and all existing landscaped areas within the verge are to be maintained to the satisfaction of the City; and
g. 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.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentDevelopment Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works - Five Year Review12.2/CP11020/029

Council Resolution

1020/029

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the review of the Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works in Local Planning Scheme No.3 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentProtection of Trees on Private Land12.2/CP31020/030

Council Resolution

1020/030

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That an Amendment to Local Planning Scheme No.3 and an associated Local Planning Policy for a Voluntary Significant Tree Register be PREPARED.

2. That the Amendment to Local Planning Scheme No.3 for a Voluntary Significant Tree Register ALLOWS trees to be both added to and removed from the Voluntary Significant Tree Register.

3. That a further report on the potential for planning incentives that could be offered to support tree retention be PRESENTED to a Planning and Development Committee in the first half of 2021.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca Sandri2020 Annual Report and Electors' General Meeting13.11020/031

Council Resolution

1020/031

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council NOTES that the Local Government (COVID-19 Response) Order 2020 made by the Minister for Local Government prohibits Electors’ General Meetings and Electors’ Special Meetings from being held during the COVID-19 State of Emergency period. 
2. That Council NOTES that the Office of the Auditor General is declining to review Local Government Financial Audit Opinions until proposed regulatory changes have been resolved which has delayed the Annual Report.  
3. That Council VACATES the selected date of the 2020 Electors’ General Meeting, being 30 November 2020.
4. That Council DELEGATES to the Chief Executive Officer, in consultation with the Mayor, the authority to convene the 2020 Electors’ General Meeting as appropriate following adoption of the Annual report and lifting of the current prohibition on Electors’ Meetings.
5. That the Mayor WRITES to the Minister of Local Government asking for Sections 5.27 and 5.28, pertaining to both local government electors and annual general meetings, be revoked.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - WAAPA/ECU Site, Mount Lawley14.11020/032

Council Resolution

1020/032

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Re
That the Mayor WRITES to the Minister for Planning asking that the State Government:-  
a.  Explains the master planning process for the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts / Edith Cowan University site in Mount Lawley; 
b.  Confirms if a committee will be formed, and if so, what the terms of reference will be and whether the City of Stirling will be represented; and 
c.  Confirms whether there is potential for the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts building to be gifted to the City as a Performing Arts Centre / Theatre.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Normalisation of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area14.21020/033

Council Resolution

1020/033

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re
That a progress update on the normalisation of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area be PROVIDED to Elected Members every six months.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Transport Working Group14.31020/034

Council Resolution

1020/034

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That the City INVITES a representative from the Scarborough Transport Working Group to brief Elected Members on the options and assessment currently being undertaken on the intersection of West Coast Highway and Scarborough Beach Road.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

13 October 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriStephanie ProudChief Executive Officer's Performance Review Report 22 September 202012.1/10.11020/004

Council Resolution

1020/004

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 1 in the conclusion of this report.
That Council PROCEEDS with recommendation 2 in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudReview of Community and Stakeholder Engagement Policy12.2/CC11020/005

Council Resolution

1020/005

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council NOTES the proposed amendments to the ‘Community and Stakeholder Engagement Policy’ as identified within Attachment 1, with the following change:-

a. Under the heading ‘Responsibility of Business Units’, following the last sentence of the last paragraph, add the below wording:-

“and take into consideration the impact that will have on the affected community, the nature of the engagement and City resourcing. Where there is no Council report, the Chief Executive Officer or relevant Director may authorise the deviation or omission. Should the outcomes of advertising be formally presented to Council and further changes are made to the proposal, the changes may be advertised for a further 21 days.”

2. That Council ENDORSES the amended ‘Community and Stakeholder Engagement Policy’ for public comment for a period of 21 days.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudBicycle Skills Track - Doubleview Ward12.2/RL11020/006

Council Resolution

1020/006

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Item Bicycle Skills Track - Doubleview Ward be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 23 March 2021 to enable more detailed analysis of alternative locations in the Doubleview Ward including, but not limited to, Jackadder Lake Reserve (Woodlands), King George/Millet Selina Reserve (Innaloo), Bradley Reserve (Doubleview) and Jackson Wilding Reserve (Karrinyup).

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

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

Karen CaddyFelicity FarrellyNew Ground Lease over portion of Crown Reserve 12992, Lot 8, House Number 368, West Coast Drive, Trigg to Surfing WA Inc.12.2/PRS11020/007

Council Resolution

1020/007

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That Council APPROVES a new Ground Lease over portion of Crown Reserve 12992, Lot 8, House Number 368, West Coast Drive, Trigg (as shown in Attachment 2 and subject to survey) to Surfing WA Inc. with the following essential terms:-
a. An Agreement for Ground Lease being entered into to grant Surfing WA Inc. access to the land for the purpose of constructing the new headquarters building;
b. A term of 21 years commencing on the date being the earlier of:-
i. The issue of the certificate of occupancy by the City of Stirling; or
ii. No later than 12 months from substantial commencement of the development.
c. Surfing WA Inc. be granted first right of refusal for any subsequent Ground Lease of the premises, subject to Surfing WA Inc. undertaking a coastal hazard risk assessment in the final year of the Ground Lease to the City’s satisfaction; and
d. Annual rent for the Ground Lease to be set at $1.00 payable on demand.
2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to enter into a new Ground Lease or any variation of Ground Lease with Surfing WA Inc. over the premises located at portion of Crown Reserve 12992, Lot 8, House Number 368, West Coast Drive, Trigg, subject to:-
a. The terms of any new Ground Lease being consistent with the terms as approved by Council under the initial Ground Lease; and
b. The granting of a new Ground Lease receiving the approval of the Minister for Lands under Section 18 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
3. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all necessary documentation required to effect the Ground Lease. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1) by an absolute majority.

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

Stephanie ProudAdam SpagnoloAcquisition, Closure and Dedication of Right of Way 29022 Being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood - Outcomes of Advertising12.2/PRS31020/008, 1020/009

Council Resolution

1020/008

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That in accordance with Clause 7.9 of the City of Stirling Meeting Procedures Local Law 2009, Councillor David Lagan be GRANTED an additional five minutes to speak.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Council Resolution

1020/009

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council CONSIDERS the outcomes of advertising relating to the acquisition, closure and dedication of Right of Way 29022, being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood, including the submissions received.
2. That Council REQUESTS the Minister for Lands to undertake the following land transactions in relation to Right of Way 29022, being Lot 66 on Diagram 7615 being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 1040 Folio 669 and more commonly referred to as House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood:-
a. Acquire the whole of Right of Way 29022 in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997;
b. Close the portion of Right of Way 29022 abutting Lot 2, House Number 253, Crawford Road, Inglewood for amalgamation into the said lot in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997; and
c. Dedicate the remaining portion of Right of Way 29022 as public road in accordance with Section 56 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
3. That Council APPROVES for the City to enter into a Legal Agreement with the owner of Lot 2, House Number 253, Crawford Road, Inglewood detailing:-
a. Each party’s responsibility for costs and obligations under the proposed land transactions; and
b. That all land transactions are to occur concurrently meaning that if one (or more) of these land transaction does not proceed, the agreement will be void and no transactions shall occur.
4. 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 (7/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Migdale, Proud, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Perkov, Re and Spagnolo.
 

Keith SargentKarlo PerkovGround Lease to Public Transport Authority of Western Australia over portion of Lot 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on Deposited Plan 26465 more commonly known as Hertha North Reserve, Stirling12.2/PRS41020/010

Council Resolution

1020/010

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council APPROVES a Ground Lease over a portion of Lots 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on Deposited Plan 26465 more commonly known as Hertha North Reserve, Stirling (Northern Access Leg) to the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of five years;
b. A further term of five years with a mutual six month break clause;
c. Annual rent for the Ground Lease to be set at $1.00 per annum payable on demand.
2. That Council APPROVES a Ground Lease over a portion of Lot 2 on Deposited Plan 26465 more commonly known as Hertha North Reserve, Stirling (Southern Access Leg) to the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia with the following essential terms:-
a. A term of five years with a six month break clause;
b. Annual rent for the Ground Lease to be set at $1.00 per annum payable on demand.
3. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to enter into any new Ground Lease or any variation of Ground Lease with the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia over portions of Lots 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on Deposited Plan 26465 more commonly referred to as Hertha North Reserve, Stirling (Southern and Northern Access Legs), subject to the terms of any New Ground Lease being consistent with the terms as approved by Council under the initial Ground Lease.
4. 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 these leases.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/1) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Ferrante.
 

Keith SargentAdam SpagnoloCar Parking Agreement with Woolworths Group Pty Ltd on Grindleford Drive, Balcatta12.2/PRS61020/011

Council Resolution

1020/011

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1.  That Council APPROVES for the City to enter into a legal agreement with the Woolworths Group Pty Ltd or its designated proponent for the non-exclusive use of six car bays within the Grindleford Drive road reserve in line with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial trial term of 12 months;
b. A fee free period of 12 months being applied from the commencement of the agreement or during the trial term;
c. A further term of four years commencing from the conclusion of the trial period;
d. An annual fee payable of $15,000 plus GST.
2. That Authority be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to any necessary documentation to effect this legal agreement.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentSuzanne MigdaleTerms of Reference and Appointment of Strategic Property Advisory Group12.2/PRS21020/012

Council Resolution

1020/012

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ADOPTS the Strategic Property Advisory Group Terms of Reference, as shown in Attachment 1, with the following amendments:-
a. Under section ‘5. Meetings’, within the first sentence, amend the time from “5.30pm” to “6.00pm”.
2. That the following Elected Members be APPOINTED to the City of Stirling Strategic Property Advisory Group for the period 1 November 2020 to

Keith SargentStephanie ProudHomelessness Prototype Project KPIs12.2/CS11020/014

Council Resolution

1020/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the specific ‘Prototype Project’ outcome measures which will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the ‘Prototype Project’ and the overall Homelessness Strategy, with the following amendments:-
a. Indicator 2 to be reworded as follows:-
“90% of the Homeless people that engage with the City during the pilot project are connected to service providers relevant to their needs.”
b. Indicator 3 to be reworded as follows:- 
“At least two Assertive Outreach Workers are available and working in the City of Stirling by 30 June 2021. Networks of additional support service providers and helping organisations are known and available in the City of Stirling.”
c. Indicator 4 to be reworded as follows:- 
“Two formal network meetings related to Homelessness and the outcomes specific to the City held during the pilot project period.”
2. That Council NOTES the progression of the City’s Homelessness Strategy Implementation Plan and ‘Prototype Project’ actions.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 2 Ending 31 August 202012.2/F11020/015

Council Resolution

1020/015

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 2, 1 August –

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 August 202012.2/F21020/016

Council Resolution

1020/016

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 August 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudNew Ground lease to Public Transport Authority of Western Australia over portion of Lots 108, 109 and 110 being House Numbers 41, 43 and 45 Amelia Street, Balcatta12.2/PRS51020/017

Council Resolution

1020/017

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a Ground Lease to Public Transport Authority of Western Australia over portion of Lots 108, 109 and 110, House Numbers 41, 43 and 45, Amelia Street, Balcatta with the following essential terms:-
a. A term of 10 years commencing upon date of execution; and
b. Annual rent for the lease to be set at $1.00 per annum payable on demand.

2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to enter into a new Ground Leases or any variation of Ground Lease with Public Transport Authority of Western Australia over the land located at Lots 108, 109 and 110, House Number 41, 43 and 45, Amelia Street, Balcatta subject to the terms of any new Ground Lease being consistent with the terms as approved by Council under the initial Ground Lease.
3. 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 Ground Lease
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender for the Detailed Design and Contract Administration Works for Hamersley Public Golf Course12.2/TE11020/018

Council Resolution

1020/018

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender from Hodge Collard Preston Pty Ltd (as trustee for the Hodge Collard Preston Unit Trust) for the Detailed design, Documentation and Contract Administration Works for Hamersley Public Golf Course be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $532,200 (excluding GST), inclusive of provisional sums.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudLive Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings Policy Review12.2/GOV11020/019

Council Resolution

1020/019

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ADOPTS the amended Live Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

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

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Beach Access Matting14.11020/020

Council Resolution

1020/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That a further report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee to be held 10 November 2020 confirming a preferred location for the beach access matting and any resource implications associated with installing and maintaining the matting in the preferred location.  

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

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

Elizabeth ReKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Artificial Reef at Brighton Beach14.21020/021

Council Resolution

1020/021

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the establishment of an artificial reef at Brighton Beach, or another part of the City of Stirling coastline, is CONSIDERED as part of the wider ‘Coastal Hazard Risk Management and Adaptation Planning’ process being undertaken over the next two years.

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

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

22 September 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David BoothmanKaren CaddyLocal Planning Policy 4.2 Mixed Use and Commercial Centre Design Guidelines - Review12.1/CP10920/025

Council Resolution

0920/025

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council PREPARES amendments to ‘Local Planning Policy 4.2 Mixed Use and Commercial Centre Design Guidelines', as shown in Attachment 1 with the following general modifications:-

a. The policy wording be changed to make it clear that the policy is not to be rigorously applied where the development is within an existing local centre and impacts only a portion of the buildings in that local centre (e.g. 50% or less). In those circumstances, the new development will be expected to fit in with the existing local context (particularly with regard to street setback and parking locations), and will be assessed against the objectives of:-

i. Ensuring safe and convenient access to facilities;
ii. Creating an environment which is conducive to pedestrian movement; 
iii. Contributing to the centres’ sense of place; and 
iv. Providing an attractive streetscape. 

b. That the requirement to provide retail and other active commercial uses on ground floor level facing the street and restrict offices and other less-active uses to upper levels be deleted from the policy.

c. That figures 2, 3 and 4 within the policy reflect the maximum three storey height provision.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKaren CaddyPlanning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations Amendment 2020 - Proposed Submission12.1/CP20920/026

Council Resolution

0920/026

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ENDORSES the submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission on the proposed ‘Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations Amendment 2020', as shown in Attachment 1, with the following additional comment:-

The proposed ‘Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations Amendment 2020' include specified timeframes for the Western Australian Planning Commission to respond to Local Development Plans and Local Planning Policies that have been referred to them for approval from a local government.

2. That the proposed amendments to Regulation 67 seeking greater regulation of the process that the LGA must follow be REMOVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanAdam SpagnoloLot 10564, House Numbers 7 to 9, Field Street, Mount Lawley - Local Development Plan12.1/DS10920/028

Council Resolution

0920/028

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Item DS1 - Lot 10564, House Numbers 7 to 9, Field Street, Mount Lawley - Local Development Plan be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 20 October 2020 to allow further consideration of issues raised in relation to vehicle access, bulk and scale, and privacy.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Intersection Options at Beaufort Street and Tenth Avenue, Inglewood14.10920/029

Council Resolution

0920/029

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That a traffic impact assessment be prepared for the area incorporating the intersections of Beaufort Street and Tenth Avenue, Inglewood and Beaufort Street and Eight Avenue, Inglewood, which includes traffic data both pre and post the operation of both the Aldi and Woolworths supermarkets.  

2. That a report be presented to Council no more than six months after both supermarkets have commenced operation detailing the outcomes of the traffic impact assessment and making recommendations on appropriate intersection improvements.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Chris HattonKarlo PerkovNotice of Motion - Councillor Chris Hatton - Secret Garden Closure14.20920/030

Council Resolution

0920/030

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council ADOPTS Option A to close the Secret Garden, Gwelup for the period Monday 28 September 2020 to Monday 12 October 2020 inclusive.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/6).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Proud, Re, Sandri and Sargent.
 

8 September 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentStephanie ProudCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund Applications - Annual and Forward Planning Grants12.1/RL10920/006

Council Resolution

0920/006

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the four Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund applications and the priority rating for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:- 
PRIORITY 1 - Hamer Park - New Sporting Clubroom
COS (ex GST)  $1,356,667 
CLUB (ex GST) $0
DLGSCI (ex GST) $678,333
TOTAL (ex GST) $2,035,000
TOTAL (incl. GST) $2,238,500

PRIORITY 2 - Carine Regional Open Space Sports Floodlighting Upgrade (Stage 2)
COS (ex GST)  $318,970 
CLUB (ex GST) $0
DLGSCI (ex GST) $159,485
TOTAL (ex GST) $478,455
TOTAL (incl. GST) $526,300

PRIORITY 3 – Moyle Pavilion (Inglewood Oval) - New Sporting Clubroom
COS (ex GST)   $1,412,977
CLUB (ex GST) $0 
DLGSCI (ex GST)  $706,488
TOTAL (ex GST) $2,119,465
TOTAL (incl. GST) $2,331,412

PRIORITY 4 – Wembley Down Tennis Club Resurfacing and Floodlight Installation
COS (ex GST)  $111,817
CLUB (ex GST) $111,817
DLGSCI (ex GST) $111,817
TOTAL (ex GST) $335,450
TOTAL (incl. GST) $370,495


2. That Council CONSIDERS listing as part of the 2021/2022 Budget an additional

Suzanne MigdaleAdam SpagnoloCar Parking Agreement with Woolworths Group Pty Ltd on Grindleford Drive, Balcatta12.1/PRS20920/007

Council Resolution

0920/007

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That the item relating to the legal agreement with Woolworths Group Pty Ltd or its designated proponent for the non-exclusive use of six car bays within the Grindleford Drive road reserve be REFERRED to a future Council meeting to allow the applicant to negotiate the essential terms of the agreement with City officers.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKarlo PerkovTender for Panel Beating, Panel Painting, Panel Repair and Recovery Services12.1/TE10920/008

Council Resolution

0920/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Perkov
That the Tender from Borsa Pty Ltd for Panel Beating, Panel Painting, Panel Repair and Recovery Services be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $300,000 per annum (excluding GST).

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyTender for the North Beach Rugby League Club Upgrades and New Store12.1/TE20920/009

Council Resolution

0920/009

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That the Tender from Geared Construction Pty Ltd for the North Beach Rugby League Club Upgrades and New Store project at North Beach be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $828,170 (excluding GST).

2. That Council APPROVES the transfer of $250,000 from G0929 Bennett Park Clubroom project to G0945 North Beach Rugby League Club Upgrades and New Store project.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSupporting Drug Awareness Programs12.1/CS10920/011

Council Resolution

0920/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ACKNOWLEDGES the role of the Stirling Local Drug Action Team as the lead organisation in a collective impact response to drug and alcohol use in the City of Stirling community.
2. That Council NOTES other suitable organisations providing drug awareness programs will be invited to participate in the Stirling Local Drug Action Team, or seek advice and support from the Stirling Local Drug Action Team.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 1 Ending 31 July 202012.1/F10920/012

Council Resolution

0920/012

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 1, 1 July – 31 July 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $31,869,861.66
Trust Fund              -
Reserve Fund     $6,619,189.42
TOTAL $38,489,051.08
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 July 202012.1/F20920/013

Council Resolution

0920/013

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 July 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTransfer of Management Order over Portion of Crown Reserve 24890 being Lot 6370, House Number 6, Hamer Parade, Inglewood to the Department of Education12.1/PRS10920/014

Council Resolution

0920/014

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 24890 being Lot 6370, House Number 6, Hamer Parade, Inglewood to the Minister of Education with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of three years;
b. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $19,500 plus GST; and
c. Rent to be reviewed annually on the anniversary of the commencement date by CPI.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all necessary documentation to effect the lease.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyKeith SargentProposed 24 Grouped Dwellings - Lot 10, House Number 89, Herdsman Parade, Wembley13.10920/015

Council Resolution

0920/015

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Latrobe Street and Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine - Intersection Options14.10920/016

Council Resolution

0920/016

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That the City DEVELOPS a number of concept options for the intersection of Latrobe Street and Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine to address ongoing concerns for road safety.
2. That the City UNDERTAKES consultation with the surrounding community within 200m of the intersection to determine which, if any, is the preferred option.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy and Farrelly.
 

David LaganElizabeth ReFamily and Domestic Violence Hub18.10920/018

Council Resolution

0920/018

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Re
That Council ENDORSES the confidential recommendation in the conclusion of this report. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

25 August 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganKaren CaddyCorporate Credit Card Usage 30 December 2019 to 28 June 202012.1/A10820/019

Council Resolution

0820/019

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council NOTES the usage of the City’s corporate credit cards by officers from

David LaganKaren CaddyInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA10820/020

Council Resolution

0820/020

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated 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 (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyStrategic Internal Audit Plan 2020 - 2023 and Annual Internal Audit Plan 2020/202112.1/IA20820/021

Council Resolution

0820/021

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ENDORSES the Strategic Internal Audit Plan for 2020 – 2023 and the Annual Internal Audit Plan for 2020/2021 as contained in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyTreasury Internal Audit Report12.1/IA30820/022

Council Resolution

0820/022

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the Treasury Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘medium’ rated observation BE LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyRMS Project Management Internal Audit Report12.1/IA40820/023

Council Resolution

0820/023

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the RMS Project Management Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘high’ and ‘medium’ rated observations BE LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyCity of Stirling Strategic Risks Report12.1/CG10820/024

Council Resolution

0820/024

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risks Details Report.
2. That Council NOTES the City of Stirling Strategic Risks Key Risk Indicator Report is deferred to the next Audit Committee meeting.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyAnnual Review of Cost Contribution Rates - Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works12.2/ES10820/025

Council Resolution

0820/025

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ADOPTS the revised Cost Apportionment Schedule for the Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works (2020) as shown in Attachment 2 to take effect as from 1 September 2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Lagan.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyAlternatives for Reserve Tree Base Weed Control12.2/PS30820/027

Council Resolution

0820/027

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the City CONTINUES to apply Integrated Pest Management techniques for the control of weeds and grass around the base of trees in City parks and reserves.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Re and Thornton.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudRelocation of Bond Cottage12.2/FPA10820/028

Council Resolution

0820/028

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES for Bond Cottage to be relocated to the Stirling Community Men’s Shed for restoration and use.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyAmendment to the City of Stirling Procurement Policy12.2/F30820/029

Council Resolution

0820/029

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ADOPTS the amended Procurement Policy as shown in Attachment 3.
2. A report is to be PRESENTED to the Community and Resource Committee once a year outlining the percentage of products and services purchased from a local business as per the Procurement Policy definition, and provide information on those products and services used.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonThe Strand Reserve Landscape Concept12.2/PS20820/031

Council Resolution

0820/031

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council NOT PROCEED with the installation of a playground and associated facilities at The Strand Reserve, Dianella, at this time.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonSchedule of Accounts for Period 12 Ending 30 June 202012.2/F10820/032

Council Resolution

0820/032

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 12, 1 June – 30 June 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $25,697,430.51
Trust Fund     1,268,191.72
Reserve Fund   3,588,257.79
TOTAL $30,553,880.02
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 June 202012.2/F20820/033

Council Resolution

0820/033

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant unaudited Financial Reports for the month ending 30 June 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonDedication of Right of Way being Lot 66, House Number 78R, Grindleford Drive, Balcatta as road12.2/PRS10820/034

Council Resolution

0820/034

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the Right of Way being the whole of Lot 66 on Diagram 61726 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2748 Folio 63 (as shown in Attachment 1) and more commonly referred to as Lot 66, House Number 78R, Grindleford Drive, Balcatta as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMINIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonTender for the Supply and Delivery of Drainage Pipes and Products within the City of Stirling12.2/TE10820/035

Council Resolution

0820/035

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That the Tenders from Holcim (Australia) Pty Ltd and Access Icon Pty Ltd for the Supply and Delivery of Drainage Pipes and Products within the City of Stirling be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $500,000 (excluding GST) per annum.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonInformation and Technology Acceptable Use Policy Review12.2/GOV10820/036

Council Resolution

0820/036

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council ADOPTS the amended Information and Technology Acceptable Use Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleChris HattonHamersley Public Golf Course Redevelopment Business Case12.2/9.20820/037

Council Resolution

0820/037

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council ENDORSES the confidential amended recommendation in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddySuzanne Migdale2021 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule13.10820/038

Council Resolution

0820/038

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council ENDORSES the setting of the Committee and Council meeting dates for 2021, as detailed in Attachment 2B.
2. That the City ADVERTISES the 2021 Committee and Council meeting dates. 
3. That the City REVIEWS the objectives and areas of responsibility within the Terms of Reference for the Community and Resources Committee and the Planning and Development Committee and that a report be PRESENTED to a future Council meeting.
4. That Council PROCEEDS with re-structuring the Strategic Property Advisory Group consistent with Option B and that a further report be PRESENTED to Council with revised Terms of Reference for the Strategic Property Advisory Group.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriINFRASTRUCTURE WESTERN AUSTRALIA - STATE INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGY DISCUSSION PAPER - PROPOSED CITY OF STIRLING SUBMISSION13.20820/039

Council Resolution

0820/039

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council ENDORSES the proposed City of Stirling submission on the ‘A Stronger Tomorrow - State Infrastructure Strategy Discussion Paper’ prepared by Infrastructure Western Australia, as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Thornton.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudState Planning Policy 7.3 Residential Design Codes Volume 1 - Interim Review 2020 - Proposed Submission13.30820/040

Council Resolution

0820/040

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission on the ‘State Planning Policy 7.3 – Residential Design Codes Volume 1 Interim Review 2020’, in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Proposed development (Woolworths Supermarket) at Lot 1, House Number 242, West Coast Highway, Scarborough14.10820/041

Council Resolution

0820/041

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the Mayor WRITES to Development WA requesting that their consideration of development at Lot 1, House Number 242, West Coast Highway, Scarborough (Woolworths site) take into account:-

a. Community expectation that building heights conform to those outlined in the planning framework for the Scarborough Redevelopment area;
b. The master plan’s objectives of maintaining view corridors;
c. The potential impact of overflow residential parking on already congested neighbouring streets; and
d. The need for the applicant to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the City that vehicle access and egress onto West Coast Highway and Hastings Street can be safely provided, and that vehicle movements will not detrimentally affect the local road network.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Adam SpagnoloLisa ThorntonNotice of Motion - Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Stirling City Centre Pool, Library and Facilities14.20820/042

Council Resolution

0820/042

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Thornton
1. That City Officers UNDERTAKE a needs assessment to determine the future need for a community centre, library, swimming pool and water playground within the Stirling City Centre. 

2. That Council CONSIDERS funding within the 2021/2022 budget for preparation of a detailed community infrastructure needs assessment for the Stirling City Centre including civic, cultural, educational and recreational facilities as well as urban open spaces.

3. Given the scale and significance of the Stirling City Centre, that City Officers EXPLORE Federal and State Government funding options to assist with funding identified future community infrastructure projects.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Lagan.
 

Adam SpagnoloStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Adam Spagnolo - Capturing Public Question Time during the Live Stream of Council Meetings14.30820/043

Council Resolution

0820/043

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES Option 2 with regards to the Live Streaming of Public Question Time as follows:-

Amend the Live Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings Policy; install a second camera; and proceed with the live streaming of Public Question Time.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/7).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov and Sandri.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyAuditor General's Report - Audit Results Report - Annual 2018-2019 Financial Audits of Local Government Entities12.1/EA10820/045

Council Resolution

0820/045

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council NOTES the Auditor General’s Report – Audit Results Report – Annual 2018-2019 Financial Audits of Local Government Entities.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

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

David LaganKaren CaddyMyCouncil Financial Health Indicator 2018/201912.1/9.10820/046

Council Resolution

0820/046

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council NOTES the information provided within this report with regards to the 2018/2019 Financial Health Indicator published on the MyCouncil website.
2. That the Mayor WRITES to the Local Government Minister, the Honourable David Templeman, requesting the speedy correction of the reporting information on the MyCouncil website for the City of Stirling.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleRelationship Management System Efficiencies12.1/9.20820/047

Council Resolution

0820/047

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council NOTES the efficiency gains from the City’s Relationship Management System Project reflected in the report, but also NOTES that the tracking of efficiency gains to direct dollar savings has yet to be done.

2. That Council REQUESTS a more thorough analysis of project return on investment is made (considering both cost savings and service improvements) and that Council has the opportunity to confirm future return on investment targets and provide direction on how efficiency gains are to be realised in time for 2021/2022 plan context setting. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleOffice of the Auditor General's Information Systems Review Management Letter12.1/9.30820/048

Council Resolution

0820/048

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council RECEIVES the Office of the Auditor General’s Information Systems 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 (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleBianca SandriAcquisition of Property - Inglewood12.2/9.10820/049

Council Resolution

0820/049

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the Item relating to Acquisition of Property - Inglewood be REFERRED to a future Council meeting to allow further consideration by Elected Members.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

11 August 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Stephanie ProudKeith SargentBetter Suburbs Strategy and Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.109 - Better Suburbs Neighbourhood Centres Local Development Plan - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP20820/006

Council Resolution

0820/006

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ENDORSES the modified Better Suburbs Strategy as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS Amendment No.109 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 (in a modified form) as shown in Attachment 2. 

3. 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.109 documents, and that the Amendment be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission and the Minister for Planning for determination.

4. That Council ADOPTS the modified Neighbourhood Centres Local Development Plan, as shown in Attachment 3, in accordance with Clause 52(1), Schedule 2, Part 6 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015 and NOTES that the Neighbourhood Centres Local Development Plan does not become operational until Amendment No.109 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 is gazetted.

5. That Council REQUESTS the Minister for Lands to grant the request to close the portion of the Nollamara Avenue and Hillsborough Drive road reserve as shown in Attachment 4 in accordance with Section 58 (4) of the Land Administration Act 1997.

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

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentLOT 21, HOUSE NUMBER 92, PRINCESS ROAD, BALGA - PROPOSED SUBDIVISION12.1/DS10820/007

Council Resolution

0820/007

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council RECOMMENDS to the Western Australian Planning Commission that the application to subdivide Lot 21, House Number 92, Princess Road, Balga is APPROVED subject to the recommended conditions in Attachment 1.

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

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganBianca SandriLOT 13, HOUSE NUMBER 135, WOOD STREET, INGLEWOOD - DEMOLITION OF A SINGLE DWELLING WITHIN THE HERITAGE PROTECTION AREA12.1/DS20820/008

Council Resolution

0820/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for Demolition of a Single Dwelling in the Heritage Protection Area at Lot 13, House Number 135, Wood Street, Inglewood be REFUSED for the following reasons:-
a. The proposed demolition is inconsistent with Clause 67 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015, in particular the following matters:-
i. Clause 67(a) - The aims and provisions of this Scheme and any other local planning scheme operating within the Scheme area;
ii. Clause 67(c) - Any approved State planning policy;
iii. Clause 67(l) - The effect of the proposal on the cultural heritage significance of the area in which the development is located;
iv. Clause 67(g) - Any local planning policy for the Scheme area; and
v. Clause 67(n)(ii) - The amenity of the locality including the character of the locality.
b. The proposed demolition is inconsistent with the objectives of State Planning Policy 3.5 – Historic Heritage Conservation, in particular the following objectives:-
i. To conserve places and areas of historic heritage significance; 
ii. To ensure that development does not adversely affect the significance of heritage places and areas; 
iii. To ensure that heritage significance at both the State and local levels is given due weight in planning decision-making; and
iv. To provide improved certainty to landowners and the community about the planning processes for heritage identification, conservation and protection.
c. The proposed demolition is inconsistent with Clause 6.6.1 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3, in particular the following objectives:-
i. Clause 6.6.1(a) - To ensure the conservation and retention of buildings within the Heritage Protection Area Special Control Area dating from the early 1900s to the 1950s where the architectural style of the building is generally intact; and
ii. Clause 6.6.1(b) - To ensure the retention of existing buildings referred to, irrespective of whether the demolition of the building would have no adverse impact on the streetscape.


d. The proposed demolition is inconsistent with the key objectives of Part 1.2 of the Local Planning Policy 3.1 Character Retention Guidelines Mount Lawley, Menora and Inglewood, in particular the following key objective:-
i. Ensure the retention of buildings within the Heritage Protection Areas dating from the early 1900s to the 1950s where the architectural style of the building is generally intact.
e. The proposed demolition is inconsistent with the objective of Part 3 of the Local Planning Policy 3.1 Character Retention Guidelines Mount Lawley, Menora and Inglewood as follows:-
i. Retain and conserve traditional buildings within the Heritage Protection Areas, particularly those buildings dating from the early 1900s to the 1950s.
f. The proposed demolition is inconsistent with the requirements of Part 3 of the Local Planning Policy 3.1 Character Retention Guidelines Mount Lawley, Menora and Inglewood due to the following reasons:-
i. There is evidence to suggest that the building was constructed prior to 1960;
ii. The building is an intact example of the Austerity Cottage architectural style and therefore contributes to the heritage character of the area; and
iii. The building is structurally sound and fit for human habitation.

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

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Councillor Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyLOT 29, UNIT NUMBER 102, HOUSE NUMBER 271, SELBY STREET, CHURCHLANDS - CHANGE OF USE FROM OFFICE TO MEDICAL CENTRE12.1/DS30820/009

Council Resolution

0820/009

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly
1. That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a Change of Use from Office to Consulting Rooms at Lot 29, Unit Number 102, House Number 271, Selby Street, Churchlands, be APPROVED with 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. A maximum of two health consultants, one massage therapist and one administration staff member, are permitted to operate from the premises at any one time;

c. 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.

d. All signage is to be in strict accordance with the Local Planning Policy 6.1 - Advertising Signs, unless further approval of the City is obtained.

e. A Parking Management Plan shall be submitted and approved by the City prior to the commencement of any site works. The Parking Management Plan shall demonstrate:-
i. How different types of parking users will be managed and controlled within the development, such as ACROD bay, visitors and employees; and
ii. Parking arrangements for the employees of the other commercial tenancies during the hours of operation of all uses within the development.
The Parking Management Plan is to be complied with for the duration of the development to the satisfaction of the City.

2. That pursuant to Clause 5.8.1 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3, a cash-in-lieu contribution for five car parking bays be WAIVED for this application (DA20/0345).

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

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Hatton and Re.
 

Stephanie ProudAdam SpagnoloLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - SCHEME AMENDMENT NO.116 - REZONING THREE LOTS IN CAPE STREET TUART HILL FROM 'RESIDENTIAL (R30)' TO 'PRIVATE INSTITUTION' AND 'RESTRICTED USE (RU1)' AND INCLUSION IN 'SERVITE COLLEGE SPECIAL CONTROL AREA' - OUTCOMES OF...12.1/CP10820/011

Council Resolution

0820/011

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS (adopts) Amendment No.116 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 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.116 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 (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriInfrastructure Western Australia - State Infrastructure Strategy Discussion Paper13.10820/012

Council Resolution

0820/012

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council ENDORSES the ‘A Stronger Tomorrow - State Infrastructure Strategy Discussion Paper’ prepared by Infrastructure Western Australia and NOTES that a report containing the City’s feedback to Infrastructure WA will be presented to the Council meeting to be held 25 August 2020 for endorsement.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Thornton.
 

Karen CaddyAdam Spagnolo2021 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule13.20820/013

Council Resolution

0820/013

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That the Item relating to 2021 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 25 August 2020 to allow officers to investigate other options, including how to evenly spread the workload between the Community and Resources Committee and the Planning and Development Committee, rather than reducing the number of Planning and Development Committee meetings.

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

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

28 July 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleTerms of Reference - Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review Committee12.1/CEO9.10720/007

Council Resolution

0720/007

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That Council ADOPTS the Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee Terms of Reference as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteMount Lawley Streetscape Study12.2/CC10720/008

Council Resolution

0720/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council RECEIVES the community consultation outcomes (Attachment 2) related to the draft Mount Lawley Streetscape Study.
2. That Council ADOPTS the Mount Lawley Streetscape Study and the associated Implementation Plan (Attachment 3). 
3. That Council NOTES the allocation of $275,000 within the 2020/2021 budget to deliver short term actions identified in the Mount Lawley Streetscape Study and CONSIDERS additional funding within subsequent financial years to deliver medium and long term actions.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteMount Lawley Town Centre Parking Management Plan12.2/CSA10720/009

Council Resolution

0720/009

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council ENDORSES the Mount Lawley Town Centre Parking Management Plan (Attachment 1) and the associated Implementation Plan as outlined within this Report. 
2. That Council NOTES the allocation of $350,000 within the 2020/2021 budget to deliver short term actions identified in the Mount Lawley Parking Management Plan and CONSIDERS additional funding within subsequent financial years to deliver medium and long term actions.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentPercentage of Goods and Services Purchased Within and Outside of the City of Stirling12.2/F40720/010

Council Resolution

0720/010

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council NOTES the report on the percentage of goods and services purchased within and outside the City, and future initiatives to further support local businesses, and REQUEST that the Procurement Policy be updated as soon as possible.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentElizabeth ReBina Parkland Project Update12.2/9.10720/011

Council Resolution

0720/011

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council NOTES the progress of the Bina Parkland Project.
2. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations to the contract within the existing budget.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudSporting Changeroom Facilities12.2/RL10720/013

Council Resolution

0720/013

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council NOTES the City will continue to seek external grant funding opportunities to support the provision and improvement of sporting change rooms with a specific focus on those that support women in sport participation.

2. That Council SUPPORTS the preparation of a Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund (CSRFF) application in 2021/2022 for the improvement of change rooms at Birralee Reserve, Innaloo to support women in sport participation.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudDianella BMX Facility - Dianella Regional Open Space12.2/RL20720/014

Council Resolution

0720/014

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council NOTES the community consultation responses received in relation to the proposed Dianella BMX Facility.
2. That Council ENDORSES the Dianella BMX Facility concept designs, as shown in Attachment 2, for the purpose of progressing the project to procurement and construction in accordance with budgetary allocations.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund Applications - Winter Small Grants Round12.2/RL30720/015

Council Resolution

0720/015

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund application for the Mount Lawley Court Floodlights Upgrade for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:- 
Project Cost 
City of Stirling  (ex GST) $22,601.33
Mount Lawley Tennis Club (ex GST) $22,601.33
State Government (DLGSC) (ex GST) $22.601.33
TOTAL  (ex GST) $67,804.00
TOTAL  (incl. GST) $74,584.00

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudCity of Stirling Homelessness Strategy12.2/CS10720/016

Council Resolution

0720/016

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council ENDORSES the City of Stirling Homelessness Strategy 2020-2022. 
2. That Council APPROVES progression of the ‘Prototype Project’ as identified within the City of Stirling Homelessness Strategy Implementation Plan.
3. That Council NOTES that specific outcome measures for the ‘Prototype Project’ will be developed by 30 September 2020 and reported to Council.  These measures will be used to evaluate the effectiveness of the Prototype Project and the overall Homelessness Strategy. 

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudNational Redress Scheme (participation of WA Local Governments)12.2/CS20720/017

Council Resolution

0720/017

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council NOTES the consultation undertaken and information provided by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries in regarding the National Redress Scheme and participation of WA local governments.
2. That Council NOTES that the City of Stirling will not be included in the State Government amended participation declaration (and afforded the associated financial and administrative coverage), unless the City of Stirling makes a specific and formal decision to be included.

3. That Council ENDORSES the participation of the City of Stirling in the National Redress Scheme as a State Government institution and included as part of the State Government declaration.
4. That Council GRANTS authority to the Director Community Development to execute a service agreement with the State Government, if a Redress application is received.
5. That Council NOTES a confidential report will be provided if a Redress application is received by the City of Stirling.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 11 ending 31 May 202012.2/F10720/018

Council Resolution

0720/018

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 11, 1 May –

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 May 202012.2/F20720/019

Council Resolution

0720/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 May 2020 be RECEIVED.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudAnnual Waive or Grant Concessons/Write off Money for 2019/202012.2/F30720/020

Council Resolution

0720/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council RECEIVES the report detailing the exercise of delegated authority to waive or grant concessions and write off money.
2. That Council APPROVES the write off of $99,542,21 related to Main Street Plaza and Urban Design.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudNew Seasonal Licences over portion of Crown Reserve 27122 being Lot 14681, House Number 100, Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine12.2/PRS10720/021

Council Resolution

0720/021

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council APPROVES a new seasonal licence (summer) over portion of Crown Reserve 27122 being Lot 14681, House Number 100, Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine to the Stirling Cricket 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 seasonal licence be set at $500 plus GST.

2. That Council APPROVES new joint seasonal licence (winter) over portion of Crown Reserve 27122 being Lot 14681, House Number 100, Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine to the Dianella Soccer Club Inc and ECU Rangers Hockey 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 seasonal licence be set at $500 plus GST.

3. 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 Licences.

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudTender for Bennett Park (Clubroom 1) Upgrades and New Store12.2/TE10720/022

Council Resolution

0720/022

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender from Geared Construction Pty Ltd for the Bennett Park (Clubrooms 1) Upgrades and New Store be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $1,340,066 (excluding GST).

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudInformation and Communication Technology Asset Disposal Policy Review12.2/GOV10720/023

Council Resolution

0720/023

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ADOPTS the amended Information and Communication Technology Asset Disposal Policy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudAcquisition of Property for State Emergency Services12.2/9.20720/024

Council Resolution

0720/024

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriStephanie ProudChristmas Activations13.10720/026

Council Resolution

0720/026

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council RECEIVES the Christmas Strategic Directions and Opportunities report and the Christmas Lights and Decorations Assessment Framework and Implementation Plan.
2. That Council NOTES the allocation of $200,000 within the 2020/2021 budget to deliver the short term actions identified in the Christmas Lights and Decorations Assessment Framework and Implementation Plan, and CONSIDERS additional funding within subsequent financial years to deliver medium and long term actions.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteNew Year's Eve and Australia Day Event Options13.20720/027

Council Resolution

0720/027

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council APPROVES further investigations into a New Year’s Eve event at Scarborough Beach on 31 December 2021 with a subsequent report, including the event delivery model and detailed financial implications, prepared to inform the 2021/2022 budget. 

2. That Council CONTINUES to deliver the Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony on behalf of the Department of Home Affairs and supports the Lions Club of Stirling Australia Day Breakfast. 

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

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudElected Member Training Report 2019/202013.30720/028

Council Resolution

0720/028

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES the Elected Member Training Report 2019/2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReDavid Lagan2020 Western Australian Local Government Association Annual General Meeting13.40720/029

Council Resolution

0720/029

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council APPROVES the following Elected Members to be registered as voting delegates on behalf of the City of Stirling at the 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held Friday 25 September 2020:-
a. Mayor Mark Irwin b. Councillor David Lagan
2. That Council ENDORSES the following Elected Members as proxy voting delegates should the registered voting delegates be unable to attend the 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held Friday 25 September 2020:-
a. Councillor Stephanie Proud b. Councillor Elizabeth Re
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Drug Awareness Program14.10720/030

Council Resolution

0720/030

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 1 September 2020 with regard to the potential of the City of Stirling supporting a drug awareness program. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Review of the City of Stirling Procurement Policy14.20720/031

Council Resolution

0720/031

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
That a review of the City of Stirling Procurement Policy be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 18 August 2020 detailing methods of sourcing at least 50% products and services from within the City of Stirling.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

23 June 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleWALTER ROAD WEST NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE (FORMER DIANELLA INDUSTRIAL AREA) - LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING, AND LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.118 - INITIATION12.1/CP10620/024

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
That in accordance with Clause 7.9 of the Meeting Procedures Local Law 2009, Councillor David Lagan be GRANTED an additional five minutes to speak. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

 

Karen CaddyElizabeth ReOUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING OF THE HERDSMAN GLENDALOUGH PLANNING INSTRUMENTS AND INITIATION OF LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT No.11412.1/CP20620/025

Council Resolution

0620/025

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
1. That the modifications to the Herdsman Glendalough Structure Plan be ADVERTISED in accordance with the requirements of Clause 19 (1) d of Schedule 2 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, as shown in Attachment 1.

2. That Council ADOPTS the modified Herdsman Glendalough Local Development Plan, as shown in Attachment 2, in accordance with Clause 52(1), Schedule 2, Part 6 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Scheme) Regulations 2015 and NOTES that the Herdsman Glendalough Local Development Plan does not become operational until Amendment No.114 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 is gazetted.

3. 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.114 is a Standard Amendment as it is an amendment that is consistent with a local planning strategy for the scheme that has been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission. 

4. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council resolves to PREPARE Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.114, as shown in Attachment 3. 

5. That Council ADOPTS the Modified Local Planning Policy 5.8 ‘Stirling City Centre and Herdsman Glendalough Parking’, as shown in Attachment 4, which will not become operational until Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.114 is gazetted. 

6. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) modifications to Local Planning Policy 4.3 ‘Industrial Design Guidelines’, as shown in Attachment 5, which will not become operational until Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.114 is gazetted. 

7. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council DETERMINES that the proposed modifications to the Local Planning Policy 4.3 ‘Industrial Design Guidelines’ identified in Attachment 5 are minor and public consultation is not required.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanAdam SpagnoloLOT 7, HOUSE NUMBER 3, SPOONBILL ROAD, STIRLING - COMMERCIAL - CHILD CARE PREMISES12.1/DS10620/027

Council Resolution

0620/027

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a Child Care Premises at Lot 7, House Number 3, Spoonbill Road, Stirling be REFUSED for the following reasons:- 
a.   The application does not satisfy Schedule 2, Part 9, Clause 67 (n) (t) and (y) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 as the development will have a detrimental impact on the amenity of the locality;
b. The development does not meet aim 1.6 (a) of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3 as the proposal is for commercial use within a residential area; and
c. The development does not meet Clause 4.2.12 (a) objective of the residential zone as the proposal is for a commercial use within a residential zone.
2. That a review is COMMENCED on the City’s Local Planning Policy 6.4 – Child Day Care Centres. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/6) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Re, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteReplacement Rights of Way Naming - Lawley Ward13.10620/028

Council Resolution

0620/028

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council ENDORSES the name ‘Norman Sundercombe’ Lane for Right of Way 28053 (previously adopted by Council at its meeting held 15 April 2014 as Hold Lane) located in the Lawley Ward (as shown in Attachment 1), and that this name is forwarded to Landgate for approval. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKaren CaddyReview of Delegations of Authority13.20620/029

Council Resolution

0620/029

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That in accordance with Section 5.46 (2) of the Local Government Act 1995, Council REVIEWS its delegations to the Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee and those delegations to the Chief Executive Officer.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Hatton.

2. That in accordance with Section 5.42(1) of the Local Government Act 1995, Council ADOPTS the amended delegations of authority to the Chief Executive Officer as detailed in Attachment 2, with the following amendments to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 and Local Planning Scheme No.3:-
a.  Condition ‘c’ is to be reworded to replace the word ‘number’ with ‘shortfall’ and the word ‘required’ is to be deleted; and 
b.  Condition ‘h’ is to be reworded to replace the word ‘which’ with the words ‘of whom’ and to insert the words ‘that require an exercise of discretion’. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/7) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Migdale, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Spagnolo and Thornton.
 

Keith SargentDavid BoothmanRenaming of Princess Wallington Community Parkland13.30620/030

Council Resolution

0620/030

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Boothman
That Council ENDORSES ‘Bina Parkland’ as the new name for the Princess Wallington Community Parkland.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyKeith SargentCitizenship scheduling13.40620/031

Council Resolution

0620/031

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES the use of the Reception Hall by the City to host Citizenship Ceremonies and the revised allocation of Councillors to give the opening address at Citizenship Ceremonies.
2. That Council APPROVES additional Citizenship Ceremonies on Saturdays to accommodate the backlog in conferees, subject to approval from the Mayor.
3. That Council APPROVES the conduct of Citizenship Ceremonies in place locations around the City of Stirling to aid with economic recovery, subject to approval from the Mayor.
4. That Council APPROVES the 2021 Australia Day Citizenship Ceremony to be organised at the Des Penman Reserve, Nollamara in conjunction with the Lions Club of Stirling breakfast.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleAppointment of Deputy Members to the Audit Committee13.50620/032

Council Resolution

0620/032

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPOINTS all persons who are not Committee members, and who hold the position of Councillor, as deputy for each Committee member of the Audit Committee.
2. If two or more Councillors are present prior to the commencement of the Audit Committee meeting, in the absence of agreement between the Councillors as to who will deputise, the Presiding Member is to DRAW lots to determine the deputy.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

9 June 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReClosure of Pedestrian Access Way - Farris Place and Morris Road, Innaloo - Outcomes of Advertising13.60620/003

Council Resolution

0620/003

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council CONSIDERS the outcomes of the public and statutory advertising of the proposed closure of the Pedestrian Access Way linking Farris Place and Morris Road, Innaloo in accordance with Section 87 of the Land Administration Act 1997, including the submissions received.
2. That Council PROCEEDS with Option 1 by REQUESTING the Minister for Lands to permanently close the Pedestrian Access Way linking Farris Place with Morris Road, Innaloo in accordance with Section 87 of the Land Administration Act 1997.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition, Closure and Dedication of Right of Way 29022 Being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood - Outcomes of Advertising13.70620/004

Council Resolution

0620/004

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Item 13.7 - Acquisition, Closure and Dedication of Right of Way 29022 being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood - Outcomes of Advertising be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 21 July 2020 to allow further information to be provided to Councillors in relation to local traffic movement and planning considerations within the Right of Way, and to allow further consideration by Councillors of the community’s concerns.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyLong Term Cycling Network13.10620/005

Council Resolution

0620/005

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council ENDORSES the aspirational Long Term Cycle Network.
2. That the City ADVERTISES the Long Term Cycle Network plan on the City’s website and local newspapers and in a community consultation process for a period of 30 days and SEEKS public consultation on the proposed network for discussion and regarding evaluation of the plan.
3. That Council REVIEWS the funding commitments in future budgets whilst acknowledging that the program is reliant on matching contributions from the Department of Transport.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudJoe FerranteAnnual Review of Cost Contribution Rates - Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works13.20620/006

Council Resolution

0620/006

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Ferrante

That the Item relating to Annual Review of Cost Contribution Rates - Development Contribution Plan for Rights Of Way Improvement Works be REFERRED to a future Elected Member Workshop to allow further consideration and discussion.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudBulk Verge Green Waste Options13.30620/007

Council Resolution

0620/007

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the City CONTINUES to conduct bulk verge green waste collections as per the current service provision.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

2. That a business case be PREPARED to transition the green waste collection service to an On-Demand Green Skip Bin Service detailing the following:-
a. A City provided or contracted service; 
b. Operation as either a stand-alone service or to be combined with the

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 10 Ending 30 April 202013.40620/008

Council Resolution

0620/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques and payments made for Period 10, 1 April 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $20,649,602.73
Trust Fund            -
Reserve Fund                  333,894.71
TOTAL $20,983,497.44
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 April 202013.50620/009

Council Resolution

0620/009

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 April 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudRight of Way Management Strategy - Dedication of Rights of Way for upgrade in the 2022/2023 Financial Year13.80620/010

Council Resolution

0620/010

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following Private Rights of Way as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(c) of the Land Administration Act 1997:-
a. ROW 17003 being the portion of Lot 79 on Plan 4106 being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2762 Folio 514 as shown in Attachment 1 – Locality Plan A;
b. ROW 24009 and ROW 24011 being the whole of Lot 66 on Diagram 20628 being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 1631 Folio 813 as shown in Attachment 2 – Locality Plan B;
c. ROW 13004 being the whole of Lot 66 on Diagram 22235 being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 1406 Folio 327 as shown in Attachment 3 – Locality Plan C;
d. ROW 16049 being the portion of Lot 77 on Plan 4106 being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2762 Folio 512 as shown in Attachment 4 – Locality Plan D;
e. ROW 16057 being the whole of Lot 1408 on Plan 2856 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2737 Folio 253 as shown in Attachment 5 – Locality Plan E;
f. ROW 23008 being the whole of Lot 173 on Plan 3059 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2726 Folio 335 as shown in Attachment 6 – Locality Plan F;
g. ROW 27020 being the whole of Lot 101 on Plan 2553 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2757 Folio 785 as shown in Attachment 7 – Locality Plan G;
h. ROW 27021 being the whole of Lot 104 on Plan 2553 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2757 Folio 788 as shown in Attachment 8 – Locality Plan H;
i. ROW 17015, ROW 17016 and ROW 17017 being the whole of Lot 72 on Plan 4106 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2762 Folio 507 as shown in Attachment 9 – Locality Plan I;
j. ROW 28067 being the whole of Lot 607 on Plan 2877 being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2970 Folio 352 as shown in Attachment 12 – Locality Plan J;
k. ROW 14008 being the whole of Lot 1002 on Plan 3697 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2734 Folio 908 as shown in Attachment 13 – Locality Plan K.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following land as road pursuant to Section 56 (a) of the Land Administration Act 1997:-
a. Land abutting ROW 17003 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 50293 being Lot 301 on Strata Plan 67614 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3167 Folio 534;
ii. Crown Reserve 50293 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 67614 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3167 Folio 533; and
iii. Lot 51 on Deposited Plan 40902 being the whole of land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2564 Folio 284.
b. Land abutting ROW 16049 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 50035 being Lot 99 on Strata Plan 72682 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3167 Folio 595 and
c. Land abutting ROW 16057 comprising of:-
i. Lot 302 on Strata Plan 62561 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3161 Folio 897;
ii. Lot 301 on Strata Plan 62562 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3161 Folio 258; and
iii. Lot 300 on Strata Plan 67989 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3164 Folio 56.
d. Land abutting ROW 17017 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 49817 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 66132 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3163 Folio 432.
e. Land abutting ROW 17016 comprising of:-
i. Crown Reserve 49817 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 48657 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3138 Folio 589;
ii. Crown Reserve 49817 being Lot 301 on Strata Plan 61478 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3160 Folio 946; and
iii. Crown Reserve 49817 being Lot 300 on Strata Plan 62759 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3162 Folio 621.

f. Land abutting ROW 28067 comprising of:-
i. Lot 300 on Strata Plan 61970 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3162 Folio 635; and
ii. Lot 300 on Strata Plan 69757 being the whole of land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3165 Folio 210.
3. That Council ADVISES the Minister for Lands that any future land set aside for widening, ceded after the resolution but prior to the dedication of these Rights of Way, be included as part of the City’s dedication application.
4. That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication actions.
5. That Council RELINQUISHES any Management Order issued over the Crown Land which is the subject of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Lagan.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyTender for the Transport of Waste and Waste Sorting Services13.90620/011

Council Resolution

0620/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That the Tender from Suez Recycling & Recovery Pty Ltd for Separable portion 1 of the Transport of Waste and Waste Sorting Services be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $4,643,000 per annum (excluding GST).

2. That the City NOT AWARD any tenders for Separable portions 2 and 3 for the Transport of Waste and Waste Sorting Services.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Ferrante.
 

Suzanne MigdaleAdam SpagnoloTender for the Stephenson Avenue Extension Phase 113.10620/012

Council Resolution

0620/012

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That the Tender from Densford Civil Pty Ltd for Separable Portions 1 and 2 of the Stephenson Avenue Extension Project Phase 1 be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value shown in the confidential attachments.

2. That the Quote from Densford Civil Pty Ltd for Forward Works of the Stephenson Avenue Extension Project Phase 1 be ACCEPTED at the estimated total value shown in the confidential attachments.

3. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to accept variations to the contract within the budget shown in the confidential attachments.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriReview of Delegations of Authority13.110620/013

Council Resolution

0620/013

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Item 13.11 – Review of Delegations of Authority be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 23 June 2020 to allow further consideration by Councillors. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReFelicity FarrellyNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Record of Motions on the City's Website14.10620/014

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Council APPROVES the tabling and recording of all Notices of Motion and Motions submitted by Councillors on a database available on the City of Stirling website to enable both officers and the public to easily search intentions by Council.
The motion was put and declared LOST (5/10).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Re, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.

Council Resolution

0620/014

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
That the proposed database of Elected Member motions be INCLUDED for consideration at the Elected Member workshop for the ‘Questions on the Record’ proposal. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Percentage of Goods and Services Purchased within and outside of the City of Stirling14.20620/015

Council Resolution

0620/015

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
That a report be PRESENTED to a future meeting of Council, on the current percentage of goods and services purchased within and outside the City and outlining the potential and practicalities of amending the City of Stirling procurement practices to ensure the City purchases at least 50% of its goods and services from within the City of Stirling businesses. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Skip Bin Cost Comparison14.30620/016

Council Resolution

0620/016

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council RECEIVES the information contained within this report in relation to the current on-demand skip bins versus the previous model of general junk verge collections.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Ferrante and Perkov.
 

David LaganKaren CaddyProposed City of Stirling Immobilisation and Detention of Vehicles Local Law 201917.10620/017

Council Resolution

0620/017

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That, in light of the State Government’s proposed legislation, the City DISCONTINUES the local law making process for the proposed City of Stirling Immobilisation and Detention of Vehicles Local Law 2019 and takes no further action in relation to the local law.
2. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to make a submission on the Department of Transport’s Statement of Intent – Vehicle Immobilisation and Vehicle Removal indicating the City’s strong support for the proposed model and to make the use of certain vehicle immobilisers, including wheel clamps, illegal. 
3. That the City MONITORS any further developments regarding the State Government’s proposed legislation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudVariation of Lease to Westregal Australia Pty Ltd (trading as Gleneagles Tavern) over portion of Lot 7690, House Number 100, Marmion Avenue, Hamersley18.10620/019

Council Resolution

0620/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
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, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

26 May 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - DRAFT LOCAL PLANNING POLICY 6.15 - EXEMPTION FROM REQUIRING DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING13.10520/022

Council Resolution

0520/022

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) the modified draft Local Planning Policy 6.15 – ‘Exemption from Requiring Development Approval’ contained in Attachment 2, with further modifications to delete the words ‘Developments that meet the following provisions do not require development approval’ at the start of Section 5 from page 1 of the draft Local Planning Policy.

2. That the modified draft Local Planning Policy 6.15 – ‘Exemption from Requiring Development Approval’, be REFERRED to the Western Australian Planning Commission for approval of modification to the R-Codes that require approval of the Western Australian Planning Commission.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudRights of Way Naming - Doubleview Ward13.20520/023

Council Resolution

0520/023

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the following proposed Right of Way naming suggestions and preferences for Right of Way 17018 located in the Doubleview Ward (as shown in Attachment 1), and that these are forwarded to Landgate for approval:-
First Preference - ‘Quokka’ Lane
Second Preference - ‘Yarkan’ Lane
Third Preference - ‘Boobook’ Lane

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReAdam SpagnoloNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - 2021 City of Stirling Milestone Celebrations14.10520/024

Council Resolution

0520/024

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
1. That Council NOTES the report on the planning for celebrations of the City of Stirling’s Golden Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Shire of Perth and the 150th anniversary of the formation of the old Perth Road Board.

2. That Council CONSIDERS listing a budget of $10,000 for the 2020/2021 financial year for the staging of a Photographic History Exhibition that will rotate throughout the City during the 2021.

3. That Council CONSIDERS listing a budget of $10,000 for the 2021/2022 financial year for the commissioning of an artwork that celebrates the City of Stirling’s Golden Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Shire of Perth and the 150th anniversary of the formation of the old Perth Road Board and will be produced in late 2021.

4. That Council APPROVES appropriate resources from within the directorate on the celebration of the history of the City of Stirling’s Golden Jubilee, the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Shire of Perth and the 150th anniversary of the formation of the old Perth Road Board from 1 July 2020 until 31 December 2020.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - 2021 Wetlands Conference14.20520/025

Council Resolution

0520/025

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Caddy
That the City WRITES to the Wetlands Conference Steering Committee seeking feedback regarding its intentions for the hosting venue for the 2021 Wetlands Conference event.  

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudLisa ThorntonResumption of Committees17.10520/026

Council Resolution

0520/026

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Thornton
1. That Council RESUMES the conduct of the following Council Committees from 16 June 2020 in accordance with the schedule of dates adopted by Council (at its meeting held 27 August 2019):-
a. Community and Resources Committee; 
b. Planning and Development Committee; 
c. Audit Committee; and 
d. Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee.
2. That the City GIVES NOTICE of the resumption of Committees.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyDavid LaganCOVID-19 Policy Manual Review17.20520/027

Council Resolution

0520/027

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council ADOPTS the proposed amendments to each policy contained in this report. 

2. That Council permanently ADOPTS the proposed Procurement Policy amendments including the increase to the tender threshold from $150,000 to $250,000 following amendments to the Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996. 

3. That each policy to be UPDATED as circumstances change and/or Council determines. 

4. With the exception of recommendation 2 and recommendation 5, Council AGREES the policy conditions revert back to the original format at the conclusion of both the State of Emergency and the Public Health Emergency unless:-

a. the Chief Executive Officer determines a policy should revert sooner due to a relaxation of restrictions relating to that policy before the conclusion of both the State of Emergency and the Public Health Emergency; or
b. Council determines otherwise.

5. At the point that Council’s COVID-19 Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Package is reviewed in October 2020, Council AGREES the Community Arts and Events Policy, Financial Assistance, Donations, Grants and Recognition Policy, and Library Services Policy revert back to the original format and/or otherwise determined by Council.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Implications of Amending Tree Pruning Techniques17.30520/028

Council Resolution

0520/028

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council NOTES that the City’s street trees are managed according to clearance regulations for powerlines and access, and contemporary arboricultural standards and practices, and that the City prioritises tree canopy cover when responding to customer requests for pruning, planting and other related tree requests.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyDavid LaganAustralian Surf Life Saving Championships18.10520/030

Council Resolution

0520/030

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Lagan
That Council ENDORSES the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of the report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Nil.
 

12 May 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriElizabeth ReLive Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings Policy17.20520/004

Council Resolution

0520/004

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ADOPTS the Live Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings Policy.
2. That Council ENDORSES the commencement of Live Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings from the Council meeting of 12 May 2020.
3. That Council REVIEWS the operation of Live Streaming and Recording of Council Meetings by December 2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karlo PerkovChris HattonLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Amendment No.117 - Lot 9002, House Number 139, Balcatta Road, Balcatta13.20520/005

Council Resolution

0520/005

Moved Councillor Perkov, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES Amendment No.117 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 to insert into Schedule 2 Additional Use No 94 to allow an ‘Educational Use’ over part Lot 9002 on DP415665 Balcatta Road, Balcatta, as delineated on page 12 of Attachment 1, subject to the following conditions:-

a. The extent of the additional use shall only apply to a portion of the lot as delineated on the Local Planning Scheme No.3 Map;
b. A maximum of three classrooms are permitted;
c. A total of 24 students are permitted at any one time; and
d. Prior to the commencement of the ‘Educational Establishment’ use, the owner of the land is to enter into a legal agreement with the City limiting the use of the land for ‘Educational Establishment’ to Safety Direct Solutions Pty Ltd.

2. That pursuant to Regulation 35 of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council RESOLVES that, in its opinion, the modified Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.117 is a Complex Amendment as it is an amendment that is not consistent with a local planning strategy for the scheme that has been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleReplacement Rights of Way Naming - Lawley Ward13.10520/006

Council Resolution

0520/006

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale

That the Item relating to Replacement Rights of Way Naming – Lawley Ward be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 28 July 2020 to allow further consideration by Councillors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReChurchlands Green Proposed Traffic Management Trial13.30520/007

Council Resolution

0520/007

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council APPROVES the trial of restrictions for vehicle turning movements at three intersections in the Churchlands Green residential estate on a three to six month trial basis, as shown in Option 2.
2. That the City PREPARES a report at the end of the trial period to advise Council of the resulting impacts of the trial and to provide recommendations for further actions, as required.
3. That the City COMMENCES the trial in the first quarter of the 2020/2021 Financial Year.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganThe Strand Reserve Landscape Concept13.40520/008

Council Resolution

0520/008

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
That the Item relating to The Strand Reserve Landscape Concept be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 9 June 2020 to review more cost effective equipment and allow a review of community consultation.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Joe FerranteKaren CaddySecurity Service Budget Estimates13.50520/009

Council Resolution

0520/009

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council NOTES the budget estimates and options to improve the responsiveness of the City’s Security Service.
2. That the City PROGRESS with additional security resources as outlined in Option 3, with the additional cost to be funded from the operating surplus and City’s Security Reserve for at least the next two years.  Thereafter Council will consider an increase to the Security Service Charge as part of its budget deliberations.
3. That the City CONTINUES to progress engagement initiatives as identified in the report to help improve the community’s knowledge on community safety and crime statistics. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 9 Ending 31 March 202013.60520/010

Council Resolution

0520/010

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques and payments made for Period 9, 1 March – 31 March 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $37,357,575.11
Trust Fund 324,620.40
Reserve Fund  __168,581.10
TOTAL $37,850,776.61
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyBianca SandriMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 March 202013.70520/011

Council Resolution

0520/011

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sandri
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 March 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudTender for the Supply of Irrigation Equipment13.80520/012

Council Resolution

0520/012

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender from Elliotts Irrigation Pty Ltd for the Supply of Irrigation Equipment be ACCEPTED at the estimated total contract value of $310,000 per annum (excluding GST), at rates detailed in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriTerry Tyzack Aquatic Centre internal retiling13.90520/013

Council Resolution

0520/013

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That Council ENDORSES an allocation of $336,606 to be spent on the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre retiling project.

2. That the funds for the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre retiling project be ALLOCATED from savings made from within the capital budget. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an absolute majority.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentNotice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud - Bradley Reserve, Doubleview - Temporary Playground Shade Sail and Picnic Table14.10520/014

Council Resolution

0520/014

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council CONSIDERS listing the cost to install temporary shade over the playground and a picnic table at Bradley Reserve, Doubleview as part of the 2020/2021 financial year budget.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karlo PerkovKaren CaddyNotice of Motion - Mayor Mark Irwin - Civic Service for former Councillor Jim Clarko AM14.20520/015

Council Resolution

0520/015

Moved Councillor Perkov, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That the City WRITES to the family of Jim Clarko AM offering a civic service to be held at Clarko Reserve, Trigg with a reception to follow, subsequent to the lifting of the COVID-19 restrictions and in consultation with the family.

2. That Council CONSIDERS the cost to fund the service and reception for Jim Clarko AM as part of the 2020/2021 financial year budget for Civic Functions.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganCity of Stirling COVID-19 Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Package17.10520/016

Council Resolution

0520/016

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council ENDORSES a 2020/2021 municipal budget scenario based on a 0% increase in municipal rates.
2. That Council APPROVES the preparation of a budget for 2020/2021 based on an Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Package of $43.7 million as follows:-
a. Ratepayer Financial Relief Package of $4.9 million;
b. Business and Activation Package of $7 million;
c. Community Package of $2.9 million; and
d. Capital Investment Package of $28.9 million.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganStephanie ProudProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Report - April 202018.10520/018

Council Resolution

0520/018

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That Council RECEIVES the Financial and Management Report for the City’s Investment Portfolio for the period ending 31 March 2020 as detailed in Attachment 1.
2. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Progress Report April 2020 as detailed in Attachment 2.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

      

7 April 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for the Mount Lawley Tennis Club Upgrade13.10420/003

Council Resolution

0420/003

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from LKS Constructions (WA) Pty Ltd for the Mount Lawley Tennis Club Upgrade project at Mount Lawley Tennis Club, Inglewood, be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $508,000 (excluding GST).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for the Supply and Delivery of Nursery Plants13.20420/004

Council Resolution

0420/004

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the Tender from the following seven panel contractors:-
· Ellenby Tree Farm Pty Ltd
· Heritage Way Pty Ltd 
· Natural Area Holdings Pty Ltd
· Plant Force Investments Pty Ltd
· The Trustee for Great Scott Family Trust
· The Trustee for The Quito Unit Trust trading as Benara Nurseries
· Workpower Inc.

for Supply and Delivery of Nursery Plants be ACCEPTED at estimated Contract Spend of $400,000 per annum (excluding GST), at prices as per the Schedule of Rates (Attachment 1).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Adam SpagnoloLisa ThorntonNew Lease over Portion of Lot 6898, House Number 267, Hector Street, Tuart Hill to Tuart Hill Kindergarten Incorporated13.30420/005

Council Resolution

0420/005

Moved Councillor Spagnolo, seconded Councillor Thornton
1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Lot 6898, House Number 267, Hector Street, Tuart Hill to the Tuart Hill Kindergarten Incorporated in line with the following essential terms:-

a. A term of five years commencing 26 July 2020;
b. Annual rent at the commencement of the lease to be set at $300 plus GST; and
c. Rent to be reviewed annually by CPI.

2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to all necessary documentation required to effect this lease.

3. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to enter into renewal of the lease and any variation or extensions with Tuart Hill Kindergarten Incorporated for the portion of Lot 6898, House Number 267, Hector Street, Tuart Hill.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentAcquisition of Right of Way being portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517 being portion of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume 1038 Folio 117 - Outcomes of Advertising13.40420/006

Council Resolution

0420/006

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council CONSIDERS the outcomes of advertising relating to the acquisition of Rights of Way being portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517, being part of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume 1038 Folio 117 (shown in Attachment 1), including the submission received.
2. That the Minister for Planning, Lands and Heritage be REQUESTED to acquire Rights of Way, being portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517, being part of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume 1038 Folio 117 in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997 subject to:-
a. Creation as Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Ways; and 
b. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling providing rights to care, control and manage the reserve for the following Rights of Way:- 
i. Right of Way 25001 being House Number 23R, Lonsdale Street, Yokine;
ii. Right of Way 25002 being House Number 26R, Wellington Parade, Yokine;
iii. Right of Way 25003 being House Number 38R, Wellington Parade, Yokine;
iv. Right of Way 25004 being House Number 37R, Latrobe Street, Yokine;
v. Right of Way 25006 being House Number 1R, Virgil Avenue, Yokine;
vi. Right of Way 25007 being House Number 1R, Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine;
vii. Right of Way 25012 being House Number 42R, Wiluna Street, Yokine;
viii. Right of Way 24006 being House Number 32R, Wiluna Street, Yokine;
ix. Right of Way 24007 being House Number 25R, Collins Street, Yokine; and
x. Right of Way 24008 being House Number 5R, Swanton Street, Yokine as shown in Attachment 1.
3. That the Minister of Planning, Land and Heritage be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the actions to this proposal
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 8 Ending 29 February 202013.50420/007

Council Resolution

0420/007

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the schedule of cheques and payments made for Period 8, 1 February – 29 February 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $17,753,419.90
Trust Fund              -
Reserve Fund                        -
___________
TOTAL $17,753,419.90
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 29 February 202013.60420/008

Council Resolution

0420/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 29 February 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyKaren CaddyScarborough Beachfront Development sites at Lot 3006 and Lot 3007 on Deposited Plan 41343113.70420/009

Council Resolution

0420/009

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council RECEIVES the report providing an update on the development of the Scarborough Beachfront Development sites.
2. That a briefing session BE HELD to provide Councillors with further information and an opportunity to discuss the Scarborough Beachfront Development sites in the broader context of the Scarborough Redevelopment Area.
3. That Council recognises the significant time that has lapsed since the beach hub developments were first brought to the community’s attention as part of the overall Scarborough Beachfront foreshore development sites called the ‘Hubs’ and the Mayor WRITES to Development WA and request that they attend this briefing session to further outline the proposed development of these sites, to advise the state of negotiations and to discuss the various options moving forward.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/7).

For: Councillors Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Re, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Ferrante, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.
 

Elizabeth ReKaren CaddyCouncillor Elizabeth Re - Notice of Motion - Heritage Listing House Number 331, West Coast Highway, Trigg14.10420/010

Council Resolution

0420/010

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That a Heritage Assessment of Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg is NOT UNDERTAKEN at this time.

2. That Lot 1, House Number 331, West Coast Drive, Trigg be CONSIDERED as part of a report to a future Planning and Development Committee meeting outlining criteria to allow Council to determine which properties should be included on the Heritage List and to consider associated community consultation.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyElizabeth RePorter Bequest relating to the North Beach Jetty17.10420/011

Council Resolution

0420/011

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council NOTES the update on the status of the Porter Legacy relating to funds donated for the repair of North Beach Jetty.

2. That a plaque be INSTALLED in close proximity to the jetty acknowledging the Porter Trust contribution.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganSuzanne MigdaleCity of Stirling - Tenancy Relief Action Plan17.20420/012

Council Resolution

0420/012

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council APPROVES the recommendations included in the City’s Tenancy Relief Action Plan detailed in Attachment 2 for immediate implementation.
2. That Council APPROVES the following tenancy relief options available to all tenants that lease or licence City land, property or buildings (where applicable):-
a. Suspension of rent reviews which occur between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021;
b. Options for tenants to request the release of Bank Guarantees or Tenancy Bonds held by the City; and
c. Provision of early termination options (without penalty) for tenants whose tenancy expires prior to 31 March 2021.
3. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to enact the further extension recommendations included in the Tenancy Relief Action Plan detailed in Attachment 2.
4. That Council AUTHORISES the Chief Executive Officer to execute any agreement or variation necessary to give effect to the above actions.
5. That all tenancy abatement and or relief plans be, for the period of 90 days from 1 April 2020, IN LINE with State Government ‘lock down’ timelines nationally with a review on extension after the 90 days.
6. That Council’s approval of the Tenancy Relief Action Plan and recommendations included within this report be SUBJECT TO compliance with any requirements included in any:-
i. Mandatory Code of Conduct for commercial tenancies; and
ii. Any legislation enacted by State or Federal Governments in relation to changes to the performance of landlords tenancy obligations.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleCity of Stirling COVID-19 Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Package17.30420/013

Council Resolution

0420/013

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale
1. That Council NOTES the range of initiatives already implemented by the City of Stirling in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

2. That Council SCHEDULES an online Council Workshop on 28 April 2020 to review and include measures within the City of Stirling Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Package to enable financial modelling prior to formal consideration and adoption.  
3. That Council REQUESTS that the Chief Executive Officer prepare the City of Stirling Economic Stimulus and Community Recovery Package for consideration at the Council Meeting to be held 12 May 2020. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

24 March 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karen CaddyElizabeth ReEmployee Matters - Appointment of Director Planning and Development18.10320/019

Council Resolution

0320/019

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
1. That Council ACCEPTS the appointment of the preferred candidate to the position of Director Planning and Development 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 Employee Agreement.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.112 - MAIN STREET DISTRICT CENTRE AND ASSOCIATED LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN - INITIATION12.1/CP10320/021

Council Resolution

0320/021

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES Amendment No.112 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 as shown in Attachments 1 and 2 in a modified form to ensure the library site is excluded from the Amendment.

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.112 is a Standard Amendment as it is an amendment that is consistent with a local planning strategy for the scheme that has been endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission and does not result in any significant environmental, social, economic or governance impacts on land in the Scheme area. 

3. That Council ADVERTISES the Local Development Plan prepared for the Main Street District Centre, as shown in in Attachment 3, for public comment concurrently with Amendment No.112 to Local Planning Scheme No.3.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLots 55 and 56, House Numbers 23 and 55, Cottonwood Crescent - Draft Local Structure Plan - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP20320/022

Council Resolution

0320/022

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council recommends that the proposed Cottonwood Crescent Local Structure Plan be APPROVED by the Western Australian Planning Commission subject to the modifications outlined in Attachment 2.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudProtection of trees on private land12.1/CP30320/023

Council Resolution

0320/023

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That a report be PRESENTED to a future Planning and Development Committee meeting on options to protect trees on private land once a Councillor workshop has been held.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyElizabeth ReScarborough Beachfront Development sites at Lot 3006 and Lot 3007 on Deposited Plan 41343113.10320/024

Council Resolution

0320/024

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Re
That Item 13.1 - Scarborough Beachfront Development Sites at Lot 3006 and Lot 3007 on Deposited Plan 413431 be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 7 April 2020, to allow further consideration by Councillors.  

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriKaren Caddy2020 Committee Meetings13.20320/025

Council Resolution

0320/025

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council gives public notice that it has CANCELLED the advertised dates for Committee Meetings for the remainder of 2020 until further notice from the Council. 
2. That Council NOT HOLD the following Committee meetings until further notice from the Council:-
a. Community and Resources Committee; 
b. Planning and Development Committee; 
c. Audit Committee; and 
d. Chief Executive Officer’s Performance Review Committee. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Elizabeth ReLisa ThorntonNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Public Toilets in Public Open Space14.10320/026

Council Resolution

0320/026

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Thornton
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee or Council no later than October 2020 identifying the location, type and access arrangements of public toilets throughout the City of Stirling, including a comparison with the City’s Public Open Space Strategy provision standards to identify priorities for Council that will improve both sporting club and community accessibility.
 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKaren CaddyBUSINESS SUPPORT INITIATIVE - REDUCTION / REFUND OF VERGE AND STREET TREE BONDS17.20320/027

Council Resolution

0320/027

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council REDUCES the Verge Bond charge to $500 for a six month period commencing from the date advertised to the public.
2. That Council WAIVES the Verge Permit charge for a six month period commencing from the date advertised to the public. 
3. That Council APPROVES the release of $1,000 from each existing Verge Bond as detailed in the report. 
4. That a report be PRESENTED to a future Council meeting in relation to Tree Bonds. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

10 March 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentKaren CaddyDraft Grants and Funding Policy12.1/CC10320/003

Council Resolution

0320/003

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ADOPTS the Grants and Funding Policy, as shown in Attachment 2.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentDavid BoothmanSustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-203012.1/PS10320/004

Council Resolution

0320/004

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Boothman
That Council ENDORSES the Sustainable Energy Action Plan (Corporate) 2020-2030 to be advertised for community consultation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Farrelly.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteFuture of 'Bond Cottage'12.1/FPA10320/005

Council Resolution

0320/005

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That a further report be PRESENTED to a future Community and Resources Committee, including a brief history of Bond Cottage and the costs to transport and locate it to the Balcatta Men’s Shed (or other suitable site) and costs to be restored. 
2. That Council CONSIDERS the funds for relocation and restoration of Bond Cottage as part of the 2020/2021 budget.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 January 202012.1/F20320/006

Council Resolution

0320/006

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 January 2020 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentBianca Sandri2019/2020 Statutory Budget Review12.1/F30320/007

Council Resolution

0320/007

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Sandri
1. That the 2019/2020 Statutory Budget Review per this report and the attached Mid-Year Budget Review Documents be ADOPTED.
2. That the additional funds of $1,826,540 identified following determination of the 2018/2019 financial year surplus be NOTED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1) by an absolute majority vote.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

Keith SargentKaren CaddyCommunity Engagement Events12.1/GOV20320/008

Council Resolution

0320/008

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ADOPTS the amended Elected Member and Chief Executive Officer Attendance at Events Policy shown in Attachment 1 to provide for its preferred approach to the conduct of Community Engagement Events.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1) by an absolute majority vote.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Proud.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund Applications – Summer Small Grants Round12.1/RL10320/010

Council Resolution

0320/010

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Council ENDORSES the three Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund applications and the priority rating for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:-
PRIORITY 1 – North Beach Bowling Club Green Conversion 
COS (ex GST)  $69,601.66
CLUB (ex GST) $69,601.66
DLGSCI (ex GST)  $69,601.66
TOTAL (ex GST) $208,805
TOTAL (incl. GST) $229,683

PRIORITY 2 – Mount Lawley Bowling Club Green Conversion
COS (ex GST)   $60,966.66
CLUB (ex GST) $60,966.66
DLGSCI (ex GST) $60,966.66
TOTAL (ex GST) $182,900
TOTAL (incl. GST) $202,990
PRIORITY 3 – Mount Lawley Tennis Club Court Floodlights Upgrade
COS (ex GST)  $22,601.33
CLUB (ex GST) $22,601.33
DLGSCI (ex GST) $22.601.33
TOTAL (ex GST)  $67,804
TOTAL (incl. GST) $74,584

Total of Priority 1, 2 and 3
COS (ex GST)  $153,169.65
CLUB (ex GST) $153,169.65
DLGSCI (ex GST) $153,169.65
TOTAL (ex GST) $459,509
TOTAL (incl. GST) $507,257

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteSchedule of Accounts for Period 7 Ending 31 January 202012.1/F10320/011

Council Resolution

0320/011

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 7, 1 January – 31 January 2020 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $32,749,348.87
Trust Fund                       0
Reserve Fund                        0
TOTAL $32,749,348.87 
be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentJoe FerranteProposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy12.1/GOV10320/012

Council Resolution

0320/012

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That the Item relating to Proposed Confidentiality of Council Business Policy be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 31 March 2020 to allow further information to be provided to Councillors.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentKaren CaddyRecycling Centre Balcatta Redevelopment Business Case12.1/9.10320/014

Council Resolution

0320/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Caddy
That Council ENDORSES the full redevelopment of the Recycling Centre Balcatta inclusive of:-
a. Free community drop-off area for $4.7 million;
b. Paid and pass community drop-off area for $5.6 million; and
c. Waste Transfer Station, with a capacity to process 150,000 tonnes per annum, for $6.5 million.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

25 February 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David BoothmanAdam SpagnoloMAIN STREET URBAN DESIGN STRATEGY AND TRANSPORT PLAN - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING12.1/CP10220/042

Council Resolution

0220/042

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Spagnolo
That Council ENDORSES the modified Main Street Urban Design Strategy, as shown in Attachment 6, and the associated Transport Plan.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudOptions for community engagement - Inglewood Heritage Protection Area12.1/CP20220/044

Council Resolution

0220/044

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That the City UNDERTAKES community consultation to gauge Inglewood residents’ attitude to modifying Local Planning Policy 3.1 Character Guidelines Mount Lawley, Menora and Inglewood, to provide design flexibility for additions to dwellings in Inglewood. 

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Local Planning Policy 6.16 - Container Deposit Scheme Infrastructure - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CP30220/045

Council Resolution

0220/045

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) draft Local Planning Policy 6.16 - ‘Container Deposit Scheme Infrastructure’ as shown in Attachment 2.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudContainer Deposit Scheme Infrastructure - Draft Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Amendment Regulations 2019 - Proposed Submission12.1/CP40220/046

Council Resolution

0220/046

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council ENDORSES the submission to the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage of the draft ‘Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Amendment Regulations 2019’ documents, as shown in Attachment 1.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo Perkov2019 COMPLIANCE AUDIT RETURN12.2/CG10220/047

Council Resolution

0220/047

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council ADOPTS the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries Compliance Audit Return for the period 1 January 2019 to

David LaganBianca SandriINTERNAL COMPLIANCE SELF-ASSESSMENT12.2/CG20220/048

Council Resolution

0220/048

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That Council ADOPTS the Internal Compliance Self-Assessment for the period

Karen CaddyDavid LaganProposed City of Stirling Integrity Strategy12.2/CG40220/049

Council Resolution

0220/049

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council ADOPTS the amended City of Stirling Integrity Strategy with the following amendment:-
a. On page 1, under the heading titled ‘Review’, insert the following new paragraph at the end of the section:-
“The City is to present to the Audit Committee once each year a report including an update on the City’s Integrity Strategy, the Snapshot Tool and the Action Plan.”

2. That a comprehensive review be UNDERTAKEN of the City’s Misconduct Control Management Practice and the City’s Misconduct Investigations Management Practice to ensure:-
a. That the process for reporting and being kept informed are clear; and 
b. That all employees are encouraged to participate in education and training initiatives by December 2020.

3. That the review of the City’s Misconduct Control Management Practice and the City’s Misconduct Investigations Management Practice be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganChris HattonCredit Card Usage12.2/A10220/051

Council Resolution

0220/051

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
That Council NOTES the usage of the City’s corporate credit cards by officers from

David LaganChris HattonInternal Auditor's Report12.2/IA10220/052

Council Resolution

0220/052

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council RECEIVES the Internal Audit Report and ENDORSES the update.
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 REMAINS on this report until complete.
4. That Council NOTES the current status of the Internal Audit Plan.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganChris HattonOccupational Safety and Health LGIS Follow-up Internal Audit Report12.2/IA20220/053

Council Resolution

0220/053

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council RECEIVES the Occupational Safety and Health LGIS Follow-up Internal Audit Report.
2. That the ‘medium’ rated observation BE LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganChris HattonCity of Stirling Strategic Risks Report12.2/CG30220/054

Council Resolution

0220/054

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton
1. That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risks Details and Strategic Risks Key Risk Indicators Report.
2. That the Strategic Risks Details Report be PRESENTED to the Audit Committee quarterly.
3. That the Strategic Risks Key Risk Indicators Report be PRESENTED to the Audit Committee in August each year.
4. That on an annual basis the Business Continuity Plan and the Emergency Management Plan be PRESENTED to the Audit Committee.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.
 

David LaganKarlo Perkov‘ITS World Congress' 2020 from 4 October 2020 to 8 October 2020, Los Angeles, USA13.10220/055

Council Resolution

0220/055

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Perkov
That Council APPROVES the attendance of Councillor Keith Sargent at the ‘ITS World Congress’ 2020 to be held in Los Angeles, USA from 4 October 2020 to 8 October 2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyKeith SargentAlliance for Innovation - Transforming Local Government 2020 Annual Conference - Phoenix, USA from 5 May 2020 to 8 May 202013.20220/056

Council Resolution

0220/056

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council APPROVES the attendance of the Chief Executive Officer at the Alliance for Innovation - Transforming Local Government 2020 Annual Conference, to be held in Phoenix, USA from 5 May 2020 to 8 May 2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud - Bulk Verge Green Waste Options14.10220/057

Council Resolution

0220/057

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sandri
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 5 May 2020 providing alternative options for the collection of bulk verge green waste including an On-Demand Green Skip Bin service.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudFelicity FarrellyNotice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud - Bicycle Education Facility in the Doubleview Ward14.20220/058

Council Resolution

0220/058

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting held 6 October 2020 identifying suitable locations within the Doubleview Ward for a bicycle education facility (track).
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo PerkovNotice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Security Service Budget Estimates14.30220/059

Council Resolution

0220/059

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov
That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 31 March 2020, providing budget estimates for:-

a. Options to improve the responsiveness of the City’s Security Service including an increase of security vehicles and patrol officers;
b. Body cameras for all Security Patrol Officers to record and provide footage to WA Police; and
c. Opportunities to improve public knowledge of key community safety and crime statistics. 

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

11 February 2020

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriDavid BoothmanLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Draft Local Planning Policy 6.15 - Exemption from Requiring Development Approval - Preparation12.1/CP20220/005

Council Resolution

0220/005

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Boothman
That ‘Local Planning Policy 6.15 – Exemption from Requiring Development Approval’ be PREPARED and advertised for public comment as shown in Attachment 1 with the following modifications:-
· C5.2 is reworded to read:-
Development no higher than 1.8m high above natural ground level within 1.5m of where a driveway meets a street where the development is fencing with:-
i. only one square or circle support pier with a maximum width of 350mm x 350mm; and
ii. up to two panels (inclusive of a sliding or swinging gate) with open style square or circle pickets that individually achieve a 1:10 spacing ratio (i.e. a 10mm picket with a 100mm space to the next picket).
· Clause C7.2 ii is reworded to read:-
where excavation or filling greater than 0.5m is proposed, retaining walls must be setback a minimum 1.0m from the lot boundary.  Any excavation or filling must comply with building height and lot boundary setbacks as if the site works were a building as contained in Tables 1, 2a, 2b and 3 of the R-Codes.
· Clause C8.2 ii is reworded to read:-
where greater than 0.5m in height above natural ground level and are set back from lot boundaries in accordance with the setback provisions as contained in Tables 1, 2a, 2b and 3 of the R-Codes.
· The Alterations of front facades’ requirements is amended to read:-
‘the alignment to the street is not altered by more than 300mm’.
· The reference to Transportable Containers is reworded to read:-
Transportable Containers that are present on the property for no more than nine consecutive days in total for a 12 month period.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLot 52, House Number 315, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup - Change of Use from  Non-Conforming Use - Medical Centre to Non-Conforming Use - Office12.1/DS10220/007

Council Resolution

0220/007

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application at Lot 52, House Number 315, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup for a Change of Use from Non-Conforming Use - Medical Centre to Non-Conforming Use - Office 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 occupancy or use of the development a Waste Management Plan is to be provided to the City in accordance with the Waste Management Local Law 2010, to the satisfaction of the City;

c. Prior to occupancy or use of the approved use, all car parking bays and related access ways as shown on the approved plans shall be demarcated on site and thereafter maintained in accordance with AS/NZS2890.1:2004;

d. All parking is to be available onsite during business hours for employees;

e. 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; 

f. 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

g. 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.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanStephanie ProudMAIN STREET URBAN DESIGN STRATEGY AND TRANSPORT PLAN - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING12.1/CP10220/008

Council Resolution

0220/008

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
That a further report be PRESENTED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 18 February 2020 to allow a thorough review of the Main Street

David BoothmanStephanie ProudLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Scheme Amendment No.116 - Rezoning of three lots on Cape Street, Tuart Hill from 'Residential (R30)' to 'Private Institution' and 'Restricted Use (RU1)' and inclusion in the Servite College Special Control Area - Preparation12.1/CP30220/009

Council Resolution

0220/009

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Proud
1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES (initiates) Amendment No.116 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.116 is a Standard Amendment.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriDavid LaganBeaufort Street, Inglewood - Trial of 40km/h Variable Speed Zone12.2/ES10220/010

Council Resolution

0220/010

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council ENDORSES the implementation of a 40km/h variable speed zone on Beaufort Street, Inglewood, between Central Avenue and Crawford Road, on a trial basis for a period of two years.

2. That a report be PREPARED at the completion of the trial period to inform Council of the impacts on traffic volumes, travel speeds, crash statistics and pedestrian behaviour along Beaufort Street and adjacent side roads.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Re and Spagnolo.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKarlo PerkovCareniup Wetlands Reserve Management Plan12.2/PS20220/011

Council Resolution

0220/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Perkov
1. That Council ENDORSES the revised Careniup Wetlands Reserve Management Plan for the purpose of supplementary public consultation (round 2) with additions including a date.
2. That a further report be PRESENTED to Council on the outcomes of the second round of public consultation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteHamer Park Clubroom Consultation12.2/FPA10220/012

Council Resolution

0220/012

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
1. That Council ENDORSES Option ‘C’(as per Attachment 1) as the location for the redevelopment of the Hamer Park Clubrooms for the purpose of progressing it to design, grant application and tender.

2. That the City ADVISES the community of the endorsed location and concept design once developed.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/2).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Re and Thornton.
 

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganProposed acquisition, closure and dedication of Right of Way 29022 being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood12.2/PRS10220/013

Council Resolution

0220/013

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan
1. That Council APPROVES advertising of the proposed acquisition and subsequent closure and dedication of Right of Way 29022 being Lot 66, House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood in accordance with the Land Administration Act 1997.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to undertake the following land transactions (subject to no objections being received during the statutory advertising period) in relation to Right of Way 29022 being Lot 66 on Diagram 7615 being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 1040 Folio 669 more commonly referred to as House Number 46R, Normanby Road, Inglewood:-
a. Acquire the whole of Right of Way 29022 in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997;
b. Close portion of Right of Way 29022 for amalgamation into the abutting land being Lot 2, House Number 253, Crawford Road, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997; and
c. Dedicate the remaining portion of Right of Way 29022 as public road in accordance with Section 56 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
3. That Council APPROVES for the City to enter into a Legal Agreement with the owner of Lot 2, House Number 253, Crawford Road, Inglewood detailing:-
a. Each party’s responsibility for costs and obligations under the proposed land transactions; and
b. That all land transactions are to occur concurrently meaning that if one (or more) of these land transaction does not proceed, the agreement will be void ad no transactions shall occur.
4. 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 (14/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentClosure of Pedestrian Access Way - Farris Place and Morris Road, Innaloo12.2/PRS40220/014

Council Resolution

0220/014

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES the required public and statutory advertising of the proposed closure of the Pedestrian Access Way linking Farris Place and Morris Road, Innaloo in accordance with the Section 87 of the Land Administration Act 1997 with a report on the outcomes of the public and statutory advertising being presented to a future Community and Resources Committee.

2. That the Department of Communities be ADVISED of Council’s resolution and outcomes of the public and statutory advertising.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts Paid for Period 5 Ending 30 November and Period 6 Ending 31 December 201912.2/F10220/016

Council Resolution

0220/016

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 5, 1 November 2019 to 30 November 2019 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $29,154,649.31
Trust Fund $                     0

Reserve Fund $  1,126,701.20
TOTAL $30,281,350.51
2. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 6, 1 December 2019 to 31 December 2019 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund $31,191,938.69
Trust Fund $            -
Reserve Fund $            -
 ____________
TOTAL $31,191,938.69
be RECEIVED.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentCoastal Community Garden Application12.2/PS10220/017

Council Resolution

0220/017

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council ENDORSES community consultation for the proposed Coastal Community Garden at both the east and west locations identified at Laurie Strutt Reserve, 30 Elvire Street, Watermans Bay as soon as possible, with a report being presented to Council. 
2. That Council CONSIDERS listing $20,000 on the 2020/2021 budget for implementation of the Coastal Community Garden, subject to positive community consultation. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Months Ending November 2019 and December 201912.2/F20220/018

Council Resolution

0220/018

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 November 2019 be RECEIVED.
2. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 December 2019 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentMetropolitan Undergrounding Scheme12.2/F30220/019

Council Resolution

0220/019

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign a memorandum of understanding between the City of Stirling and Electricity Networks Corporation relating to the Metropolitan Undergrounding Scheme at Scarborough.
2. That the City and Western Power INFORM the community of the implications, owner contribution and proposed timing of the project.  
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 this proposal on confirmation of owner contribution and approval of the project through the 2020/2021 Annual Budget.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentNew Ground Lease over Lot 28, House Number 19, Roberts Street West, Osborne Park to Activ Foundation Incorporated12.2/PRS20220/020

Council Resolution

0220/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES a new Ground Lease over Lot 28, House Number 19, Roberts Street West, Osborne Park to the Activ Foundation Incorporated with the following essential terms:-
a. An initial term of five years;
b. A further term of five years;
c. A six month break clause in favour of the tenant included in the further term;
d. Annual rental at the commencement of the lease be set at $23,800 per annum plus GST;
e. Rent to be reviewed annually in line with CPI;
f. That the tenant be granted an ‘Option to Purchase’ the land by providing the required notice of intent to purchase subject to:-
i. the purchase price be set at the market value of the land as determined by an independent licenced valuer; and
ii. Council Approval.

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 Ground Lease.
3. That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to enter into renewal of the lease and any variation or extensions with Activ Foundation Incorporated for the premises located at Lot 28, House Number 19, Roberts Street West, Osborne Park.
4. That Council APPROVES the write off of the building at Lot 28, House Number 19, Roberts Street West, Osborne Park with a written down value of $1,035,383.14.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentAcquisition of Rights of Way being portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517 being part of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume 1038 Folio 11712.2/PRS30220/021

Council Resolution

0220/021

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council APPROVES issuing notice of the intent to acquire portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517 being part of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume 1038 Folio 117 in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997 being the following Rights of Way:-
a. Right of Way 25001 being House Number 23R, Lonsdale Street, Yokine;
b. Right of Way 25002 being House Number 26R, Wellington Parade, Yokine;
c. Right of Way 25003 being House Number 38R, Wellington Parade, Yokine;
d. Right of Way 25004 being House Number 37R, Latrobe Street, Yokine;
e. Right of Way 25006 being House Number 1R, Wordsworth Avenue, Yokine;
f. Right of Way 25007 being House Number 1R, Virgil Avenue, Yokine;
g. Right of Way 25012 being House Number 42R, Wiluna Street, Yokine;
h. Right of Way 24006 being House Number 32R, Wiluna Street, Yokine; and
i. Right of Way 24007 being House Number 25R, Collins Street, Yokine;
j. Right of Way 24008 being House Number 5R, Swanton Street, Yokine as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517 being part of the land contained within Certificate of Title Volume1038 Folio 117 in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997 as shown in Attachment 1, subject to:-
a. No objections being received during the notice period;
b. Creation of the acquired land as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of Rights of Way; and
c. A Management Order being granted in favour of the City of Stirling to provide the City of Stirling rights to care for, control and manage the Crown land.

3. That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate portion of Lot 266 on Plan 517 being part of Right of Way 25006 and 25007 pursuant to Section 56 of the Land Administration Act 1997 as shown in Attachment 2 and comprising of the following:-
a. Approximately 71m² of Virgil Avenue Road Reserve subject to survey; and
b. Approximately 64m² of Wordsworth Avenue Road Reserve subject to survey.
4. 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 (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentTender for Coastal Access Paths and Steps12.2/TE10220/022

Council Resolution

0220/022

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That the Tenders from D.B. Cunningham Pty Ltd, The Trustee for M R Hoskins Family Trust and Natural Area Holdings Pty Ltd, be ACCEPTED to form a Panel for the design, supply, delivery and installation of Coastal Access Paths and Steps and minor maintenance work for the coastal access paths and steps at the estimated total contract value of $470,987 (excluding GST).  

2. That the Tender from D. B. Cunningham Pty Ltd for the Bennion Dog Beach Northern Access Path component of the contract be ACCEPTED at the fixed price lump sum of $279,013 (excluding GST).

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentProposed City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 201912.2/GOV10220/023

Council Resolution

0220/023

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council AMENDS Clause 1.4 of the draft City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 2019 so that the content and intent is as follows:- 

1.4 Content and Intent 

(1) This local law regulates streets, verges, footpaths and other public places for the City of Stirling community. The law contains provisions that address the use of streets and public places:-

a) by the community, pedestrians and other street users; 
b) for commercial and community activation; 
c) for the installation, maintenance and protection of infrastructure; 
d) for the growth and protection of trees and gardens; 
e) for signage and advertising; 
f) for trading and commercial activities; 
g) for temporary storage; 
h) under permits issued by the City;
i) under deemed permits policies; and,

associated regulatory, appeals and enforcement provisions.

(2) This local law is intended to result in streets, verges, footpaths and other public places that:-

a) provide social, economic and environmental opportunities for the community 
b) are governed by regulations suitable for each place in the City;
c) are safe for the community, pedestrians and other street users;
d) are vibrant and active;
e) provide opportunities for appropriate social activities;
f) protect valuable private and public infrastructure;
g) provide opportunities to grow an urban canopy;
h) promote appropriate commercial activities; and
i) provide opportunities for temporary storage.

2. That Council ENDORSES consultation on the draft City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 2019 to:-

a. Undertake community consultation with the Building Industry and the business community prior to commencing the formal process to adopt the proposed City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 2019;


b. Facilitate a community workshop to seek community input into the proposed City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 2019;

c. Engage with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and the Delegated Legislation Committee to explain the changes that are driving the new regulatory approach; and

d. Commence preparation of a series of draft Deemed Permit Policies under the local law to aid understanding of how the new regime would apply in specific circumstances.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentAcquisiton of Property for State Emergency Services12.2/9.10220/024

Council Resolution

0220/024

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentContainer Deposit Scheme - Lease of Property12.2/9.20220/025

Council Resolution

0220/025

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentAcquisition of Public Open Space - Stirling12.2/9.30220/026

Council Resolution

0220/026

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendations as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleKeith SargentProperty Strategy: Management and Financial Reports - December 201912.2/9.40220/027

Council Resolution

0220/027

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Sargent
1. That Council RECEIVES the Financial and Management Reports for the City’s Investment Portfolio for the period ending 31 December 2019 as detailed in Attachment 1.
2. That Council RECEIVES the Property Strategy Implementation Progress Report January 2020 as detailed in Attachment 2.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudElectors' General Meeting 201913.10220/028

Council Resolution

0220/028

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
2. That Council CONSIDERS funding allocation and the cash-in-lieu parking fund as part of the draft Mount Lawley Streetscape Study and the draft Mount Lawley Town Centre Parking Management Plan to be considered by Council by April 2020.
5. That the City MONITORS the trial of a 40km/h area-wide speed zone for the City of Vincent suburbs of Mount Lawley and Highgate to determine whether a similar trial could be implemented in Mount Lawley within the Stirling boundary.
8. That the City CONSIDERS, as part of the review of the City’s Election Signs Policy and Council Elections Caretaker Policy, that election signage is not permitted on verges or intersections prior to the candidate’s nomination being received by the Returning Officer and that, once nominated, Council resources be withdrawn from any sitting Elected Member.
9. That Council CONSIDERS actions available to the City under the incentives approach in the Urban Forest Plan to preserve significant trees on private land and present a progress report to Council by September 2020.
11. That Council NOTES that changing the name of the Osborne Park Main Drain may need to be considered in the future.
13. That the minutes of the 2019 Electors’ General Meeting, held Monday 2 December 2019, be RECEIVED.
14. That Council NOTES the decision, made at the 2019 Electors' General Meeting held Monday 2 December 2019, to accept the Annual Report for the City of Stirling for the year 2018/2019, incorporating the 2018/2019 Annual Financial Statements and the 2018/2019 Auditor's Report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Caddy
1. That Council CONTINUES with the current Local Planning Policy 6.4 - Child Day Care Centres with a policy review to be undertaken in the 2020/2021 financial year. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Re

3. That Council NOTES that an Energywise City Plan Councillor Workshop will be held in February 2020, with the Plan subsequently being presented to Council in March 2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Spagnolo

That the following motion be REFERRED to a future Council meeting to revise the wording of the motion (to include ways for the Heritage Advisory Group to be more involved in the City’s processes in a manageable way):-
“4. That Council CONSIDERS the role of the Heritage Advisory Group when it next reviews the Terms of Reference prior to the 2021 Council elections.”

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/4).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Migdale, Proud and Sandri.

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri
10. That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting in May 2020 in relation to stopping the practice of spraying herbicides around the base of trees and consider alternatives.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (10/5).

For: Councillors Boothman, Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Caddy, Ferrante, Migdale, Proud and Sargent.

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Farrelly

12. The Nookenburra Creek BE REFERRED TO as the Nookenburra Creek and a living stream, and that it be PROTECTED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (8/6).

For: Councillors Farrelly, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Re, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Migdale, Proud, Sandri and Sargent.

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Hatton
15. That a report be PREPARED for the Council meeting in April 2020 on the North Beach Jetty with regards to where the City of Stirling’s Annual Report is the trust money of $212,000 that was given to the City of Stirling around the 1980s from the Porter family written how much interest is generated from that money now and has anything been done to have any recognition for the Porter family as well. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Karen CaddyStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Karen Caddy - Removal or Modification of Speed Humps at the Administration Centre14.10220/029

Council Resolution

0220/029

Moved Councillor Caddy, seconded Councillor Proud
That City officers work with the administrators of the Stirling Farmers Market to REVIEW options to address the issues of concern within the Administration Building Car Park.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteNotice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Implications of Amending Tree Pruning Techniques14.30220/030

Council Resolution

0220/030

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante
That Item 14.3 - Notice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Implications of Amending Tree Pruning Techniques be REFERRED to a future Council meeting to allow further information to be provided to Councillors.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Elizabeth ReLisa ThorntonNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Renewable Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions14.50220/031

Council Resolution

0220/031

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Thornton
That the City SUBMITS the draft corporate Energywise City Plan 2020-2030 to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 3 March 2020.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/3).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Hatton, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Ferrante, Lagan and Proud.
 

Elizabeth ReLisa ThorntonNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at Libraries14.60220/032

Council Resolution

0220/032

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Thornton
That the City includes an action in the draft Community Energy Plan 2020-2030 to INVESTIGATE the potential to support electric vehicle uptake and provision of electric vehicle charging infrastructure for the Stirling community.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyLisa ThorntonNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Scarborough Beach Hubs14.70220/033

Council Resolution

0220/033

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Thornton
That a report be PRESENTED to Council in March 2020 providing details of what is proposed for the Scarborough Beach Hubs and options that are available for Council to consider, including:-
· Tenure over proposed location.
· Height and scale of the beach hub developments.
· Timeframe for building proposed beach hubs.
· Nature of tenancy proposed.

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

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David BoothmanKeith SargentNotice of Motion - Councillor David Boothman - Parking Mirrabooka Regional Centre14.80220/034

Council Resolution

0220/034

Moved Councillor Boothman, seconded Councillor Sargent
A report be PREPARED on options to deliver public parking on private and public land in the Mirrabooka Regional Centre.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganBianca SandriNotice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Increased Budget for Art Acquisition14.90220/035

Council Resolution

0220/035

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri
That as part of the 2020/2021 Budget deliberations, Council CONSIDERS listing an increased annual budget for Art Acquisition from $10,000 to $20,000 and INVESTIGATES ways on getting the art work out into the community.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentDavid BoothmanNotice of Motion - Councillor Keith Sargent - New Year's Eve and Australia Day events14.10220/036

Council Resolution

0220/036

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Boothman
That the City INVESTIGATES options for an event (either City-run or in partnership/sponsorship) for next year’s New Year’s Eve and Australia Day celebration with a report to be presented to Council for consideration and inclusion in the 2020/2021 budget.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

For: Councillors Boothman, Caddy, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Spagnolo, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.