2022 Motions database

This page contains all motions passed at Council meetings in 2022.

13 September 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Karlo PerkovTony KrsticevicApplication for Leave of Absence8.10922/004

Council Resolution

0922/004

Moved Councillor Perkov, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

1. That Council APPROVES Councillor Felicity Farrelly’s request for a leave of absence for the period 13 September 2022 to 3 October 2022 inclusive.

2. That Council APPROVES Councillor Elizabeth Re’s request for a leave of absence for 29 September 2022. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonBianca SandriCommunity Arts and Events Fund 2022/2023 Round 112.2/CC10922/006

Council Resolution

0922/006

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sandri

1. That Council APPROVES the Community Arts and Events Fund 2022/2023 Round 1 grants totalling $311,292 ($245,421 cash funding + $65,871 value-in-kind) as per Attachment 1, which includes the addition of $9,000 of the cash to Italian Communities of Perth Inc.

2. That Council NOTES the Community Arts and Events Fund 2022/2023 Round 1 grants totalling $8,950 ($4,190 cash funding + $4,760 value-in-kind) for Men’s Talk Life Expo and International Scarf Exchange 2023, approved under delegated authority.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri and Thornton.
Against: Mayor Irwin.

Tony KrsticevicDavid LaganNATURAL SHADE FOR THE ADMINISTRATION CENTRE FORECOURT12.2/PS10922/007

Council Resolution

0922/007

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Lagan

That the Item relating to 12.2/PS1 be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting to allow for a Masterplan of the entire forecourt and building facades, which includes an integrated planting and lighting solution, including wayfinding provisions. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Re, Sandri and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Migdale, Proud and Mayor Irwin.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReVP308943 Road Resurfacing 2022-202312.2/TE10922/008

Council Resolution

0922/008

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That the submissions for Road Resurfacing 2022-2023 be ACCEPTED as detailed in confidential Attachment 1.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReTender 46101 Birralee Reserve Lower Toilet and Changeroom Renewal12.2/TE40922/009

Council Resolution

0922/009

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re

That the Tender for the Birralee Reserve Lower Toilet and Changeroom Renewal be ACCEPTED as detailed in the amended recommendation within Confidential Attachment 1 - Evaluation and Recommendation.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReVP302727 Playground Replacement and Associated Works12.2/TE20922/011

Council Resolution

0922/011

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That the submissions for Playground Replacement and Associated Works be ACCEPTED as detailed in confidential Attachment 1.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReProposal to Close Masel Lane, Mount Lawley to Traffic12.2/ES10922/012

Council Resolution

0922/012

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That Item 12.2/ES1 - Proposal to Close Masel Lane, Mount Lawley to Traffic be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReTree Planting Flinders Street Median, Yokine12.2/PS20922/013

Council Resolution

0922/013

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That Council lists for CONSIDERATION funding for the planting of up to 31 trees in the median of Flinders Street, Yokine during the 2022/2023 mid-year budget review.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth RePublic Toilets in Public Open Space12.2/RL10922/014

Council Resolution

0922/014

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

1. That Council RECEIVES this report identifying the type, location and access arrangements for public toilets throughout the City.

2. That Council PROGRESSES discussions with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions regarding the provision of appropriate public toilet amenities at Herdsman Lake Regional Park. 

3. That Council NOTES a further needs assessment will be undertaken in 2022/2023 to inform the need for additional public toilets at Yokine Regional Open Space.

4. That Council NOTES that the City will continue to assess the demonstrated need for any new public toilet amenities through implementation of the City’s Public Open Space Strategy.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReClub Night Lights Program (Annual and Forward Planning Grants) - Applications12.2/RL20922/015

Council Resolution

0922/015

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That Council ENDORSES the two Club Night Lights Program Applications and their priority rating for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:

PRIORITY 1 Forward Planning Grant  – Butlers Reserve Sports Floodlighting.  Total Project cost of $1,125,185 (excluding GST) over two years including a CNLP grant of $375,061.

PRIORITY 2  Annual Grant  – AS Luketina Reserve Sports Floodlighting Upgrade. Total project cost of $375,000 (excluding GST) including a CNLP grant of $125,000.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReClub Night Lights Program - Small Grant - Round 212.2/RL30922/016

Council Resolution

0922/016

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

1. That Council ENDORSES the Mount Lawley Tennis Club Night Lights Program (CNLP) Application for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries:

Priority 1 – Mount Lawley Tennis Club Tennis Court floodlighting upgrade. – Total project cost of $225,835 (excluding GST) including a CNLP grant of $75,278.

2. That the City ALLOCATES a one third contribution amount of $75,278 through the 2022-2023 Budget Review process to contribute to the cost of the Mount Lawley Tennis Club Lighting Refurbishment project.

NB. Absolute Majority vote required at Council

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReFunding for Completion of the Dianella BMX Project12.2/RL40922/017

Council Resolution

0922/017

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That Council lists for CONSIDERATION funding for the installation of jump lines at the Dianella BMX Facility during the 2022/2023 mid-year budget review.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReStirling Libraries Strategy12.2/CS10922/018

Council Resolution

0922/018

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

1. That Council NOTES the Public Comment Responses (Attachment 1) in relation to the Draft Stirling Libraries Strategy 2022-2027.

2. That Council ADOPTS the Stirling Libraries Strategy 2022-2027 (Attachment 2).

3. That Council NOTES the progress of a Draft Action Plan (Attachment 3) to ensure timely implementation of the Stirling Libraries Strategy 2022-2027. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReCity of Stirling office kiosk at Inglewood and Dianella Libraries12.2/CS20922/019

Council Resolution

0922/019

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

1. That Council APPROVES the introduction of a ‘Talk to a Planner’ service and lodgement kiosk at Dianella Library and / or Inglewood Library for a 12-month trial period commencing in late 2022. 

2. That Council NOTES the impending ‘Return To Your Library’ marketing campaign aimed at increasing community awareness about the range of City and other services that can be accessed through libraries.

3. That Council NOTES the inclusion of other information and transactional type services at each library within the draft Action Plan that will support implementation of Stirling Libraries Strategy 2022-2027. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReTrigg Beach Planning12.2/FPA10922/020

Council Resolution

0922/020

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

1. That Council ENDORSES the demolition of the old Surfing WA facility at Trigg Beach.

2. That Council APPROVES expenditure of $100,000 to demolish the Surfing WA facility and landscaping of the area as part of the 2022/2023 building renewal capital works program.

3. That Council list for CONSIDERATION funding for the northern surf lookout during the preparation of the 2023/2024 annual budget.

4. That Council SUPPORTS the City seeking ‘Expressions of Interest’ to operate the kiosk facility in the kiosk/changerooms adjacent to the new Surfing WA facility at Trigg Beach.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReSchedule of accounts for Period 1 Ending 31 July 202212.2/F10922/021

Council Resolution

0922/021

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 1, 1 July – 31 July 2022 amounting to:

Municipal Fund $40,349,969.32
Reserve Fund   11,061,737.25
TOTAL $51,411,706.57

be RECEIVED.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 July 202212.2/F20922/022

Council Resolution

0922/022

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 July 2022 be RECEIVED.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Chris HattonElizabeth ReVP307829 Grindleford and Richard Guelfi Reserves Sports Lighting12.2/TE30922/023

Council Resolution

0922/023

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Re

That the submission for Grindleford Reserve and Richard Guelfi Reserve Sports Lighting Upgrade be ACCEPTED as detailed in confidential Attachment 1.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Elizabeth ReStephanie ProudCommunity and Resources Committee - Member Appointment13.10922/024

Council Resolution

0922/024

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That in accordance with Section 5.10 of the Local Government Act 1995, Councillor Andrea Creado be APPOINTED as the Balga Ward representative for the Community and Resources Committee for the period 13 September 2022 to 6 December 2022.

2. That Council NOTES the position of deputy member for the Balga Ward on the Community and Resources Committee and the Planning and Development Committee will remain vacant for the period 13 September 2022 to 6 December 2022.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Bianca SandriLisa ThorntonMindarie Regional Council - Member Appointment13.20922/025

Council Resolution

0922/025

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Thornton

1. That Council APPOINTS Councillor Joe Ferrante as a City of Stirling member of the Mindarie Regional Council for the period 13 September 2022 to 21 October 2023.

2. That Council APPOINTS Councillor Stephanie Proud JP as the alternate member to attend the Mindarie Regional Council meeting to be held 29 September 2022 and 24 November 2022.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Tony KrsticevicElizabeth ReProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Motions Database14.10922/026

Council Resolution

0922/026

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Re

That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the following matter: 

That the City IMPLEMENTS a digital search criteria for all Council Motions by the end of November 2022 to replace the current non-workable database. The renewed database must enable Elected Members to access all Motions within the Council Minutes easily so that one can easily access whether the City Council has either accepted or rejected the motions. Details should include all matters pertaining to the agenda topic as per Council minutes which would include date of motions, detailed discussion and voting outcome.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Elizabeth Re Proposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Change to Election Process14.2 

Moved Councillor Re

The alternative methods of changing the undertaking of the local government elections by the City of Stirling be PRESENTED in a report to the October Community and Resources Committee meeting, outlining costs and benefits of remaining with the same system and the same for a change to the State and Federal Government process of only issuing postal vote ballot papers by request, otherwise voters need to attend voting outlets up to three weeks prior to and including Election Day.

The motion LAPSED for want of a seconder. 

Stephanie ProudChris HattonChief Executive Officer's Performance Review Report for the period 2021/202212.1/10.10922/028

Council Resolution

0922/028

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Hatton

That the Chief Executive Officer's Performance Review Committee PROCEEDS with the recommendations in the conclusion of this report.

Recommendation 1

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

Recommendation 2

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

Recommendation 3

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

Tony KrsticevicAndrea CreadoChief Executive Officer's Performance Evaluation Framework17.10922/029

Council Resolution

0922/029

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Creado

That Council ENDORSES the amended confidential recommendation, as shown in the conclusion of the report. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

30 August 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Lisa ThorntonSuzanne MigdaleLOT 396, HOUSE NUMBER 60, MAIN STREET,  OSBORNE PARK - PROPOSED MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT - 21 MULTIPLE DWELLINGS AND TWO COMMERCIAL TENANCIES12.1/DS20822/053

Council Resolution

0822/053

Moved Councillor Thornton, seconded Councillor Migdale

That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a Mixed Use Development - 21 Multiple Dwellings and Two Commercial Tenancies at Lot 396, House Number 60, Main Street, Osborne Park, be REFUSED for the following reasons:
 
a.      The development does not satisfy Clause 67(2) (m) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 as the bulk and scale of the development is not compatible with its setting or the desired future character of the locality.
 
b.      The development does not satisfy Clause 67(2) (n) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 as the bulk and scale of the development will have a significant impact on the amenity of the adjoining properties and locality.
 
c.      The development is inconsistent with the design intent, objectives and acceptable development criteria of the Herdsman Glendalough Local Development Plan, specifically in relation to side setbacks and the rear right of way setback. 
 
d.      The nil setback to the southern boundary has a significant impact on the amenity of the adjoining property in terms of overshadowing and building bulk. 
 
e.      The reduced side setbacks do not allow sufficient space for on-site landscaping, open space, light and ventilation.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0).

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

f.      The reduced setback of the basement and ground floor to Garner Lane does not allow for landscaping and advanced trees. 

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleLisa ThorntonRights of Way Naming - Osborne Ward12.1/DS30822/054

Council Resolution

0822/054

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Thornton

That Council ENDORSES the proposed Rights of Way naming suggestions and preferences for the Rights of Way as shown in Attachment 1, and these names be FORWARDED to Landgate for approval.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudMetropolitan Region Scheme Amendment 1392/57 - Central Districts Omnibus 6: City of Stirling Submission12.1/CF30822/055

Council Resolution

0822/055

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council SUPPORTS the City’s draft submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission relating to Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment 1392/57 – Central Districts Omnibus No.6.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudSMALL BUSINESS FRIENDLY APPROVALS PROJECT - END OF PROJECT REPORT12.1/A10822/057

Council Resolution

0822/057

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council NOTES the Small Business Friendly Approvals Project End of Project Report.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudLots 400 and 401, House Number 25 and 27, Lawley Crescent, Mount Lawley - Proposed Classroom Building at Existing Perth College Campus12.1/DS10822/058

Council Resolution

0822/058

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, development application DA22/0180 for a classroom building at the Perth College Campus 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 development approval issued;

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

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. 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;

e. A fixed visual privacy screen of a minimum height of 1.6m, above the finished floor level of the balconies as defined by the R-Codes Clause 5.4.1 (Visual Privacy), is to be provided to prevent overlooking of properties to the east;

f. The colours, materials and finishes of the development shall be in accordance with the details and annotations as indicated on the approved plans which forms part of this approval;

g. All landscaped areas are to be planted, reticulated and mulched in accordance with the approved landscape plan prior to occupation of the development and maintained in accordance with the City's Local Planning Policy 6.6 – Landscaping to the satisfaction of the City; and

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

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudDraft Local Planning Policy 2.12 - Affordable Housing - Outcomes of Advertising12.1/CF10822/059

Council Resolution

0822/059

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That, pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Panning Scheme) Regulations 2015, Council does NOT PROCEED with Draft Local Planning Policy 2.12 – Affordable Housing, at this point in time.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudEvent Sponsorship Proposal - Stirling Business Awards 202212.1/CF20822/060

Council Resolution

0822/060

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council APPROVES sponsorship of $20,870 for the Stirling Business Awards 2022 consisting of $10,000 funding and up to $10,870 in-kind.

2. That Council NOTES an acquittal report will be submitted by the Stirling Business Association event organiser within three months of the conclusion of the event to enable evaluation of the sponsorship outcomes.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudNEW LEASE TO REBOUND WA INC OVER PORTION OF LOT 9000, HOUSE NUMBER 38, ASHBURY CRESCENT, MIRRABOOKA (HERB GRAHAM RECREATION CENTRE)12.1/PRSE10822/061

Council Resolution

0822/061

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Lot 9000, House Number 38, Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka to Rebound WA Inc with the following essential terms:

a. An initial term of five years;

b. One further option for five years;

c. Annual rent to be set at $35,063.00 plus GST;

d. Incorporate a Licence for the use of three storage spaces and the compound area for parking;

e. Annual Licence fee for the parking to be set at $15.00 per square metre, commencing at $1,246.50 plus GST;

f. Annual Licence fee for the storage rooms to be fixed at $950.00 plus GST per annum; and
g. Rent and Licence fees to be reviewed annually by CPI. 

2. That Council APPROVES that the Chief Executive Officer be granted delegated authority to enter into this lease and any variation, extension or assignment of the lease, over the this space at Lot 9000, House Number 38, Ashbury Crescent, Mirrabooka subject to: 

a. The rent be set at not less than 10% below that of a market valuation as determined by a licenced valuer.

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

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudRIGHT OF WAY 28046, BEING LOT 55, HOUSE NUMBER 9R, JOHN STREET, MOUNT LAWLEY12.1/PRSE20822/062

Council Resolution

0822/062

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council does NOT PROCEED with the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28046 being Lot 55 on Diagram 4658, House Number 9R, John Street, Mount Lawley in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997, as objections have been received in response to the advertising of the proposal. 

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

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

Joe FerranteElizabeth Re2023 Committee and Council Meeting Schedule13.10822/063

Council Resolution

0822/063

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Re

1. That Council ENDORSES the setting of the Committee and Council meeting dates for 2023, as detailed in Attachment 1, with the following amendment:

a. The Special Council Meeting to be held on 24 October 2023 is vacated and combined with the Special Council Meeting to be held 31 October 2023 to encompass both the swearing in of Elected Members, election of Deputy Mayor and appointments to Committees. 

2. That the City GIVES NOTICE of the 2023 Committee and Council meeting dates in accordance with legislative requirements.

3. That all Council meetings COMMENCE at 6.30pm.

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

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

David LaganBianca SandriProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Funding Contribution for Floodlighting at Mount Lawley Tennis Club14.10822/064

Council Resolution

0822/064

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri

That a report be PRESENTED to the Community and Resources Committee on 6 September 2022 on the following matter:

That a one-third funding contribution for the sports floodlighting upgrade at Mount Lawley Tennis Club be LISTED for consideration during the 2022/2023 mid-year budget review

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

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

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Reinstatement of Rates Prizes14.20822/065

Council Resolution

0822/065

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale

That a report be PRESENTED to Council that considers the reinstatement of prizes and incentives for upfront annual payments of rate notices

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

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

16 August 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganJoe FerranteInternal Auditor's Report 12.1/IA10822/022

Council Resolution

0822/022

Moved Councillor Lagan, Seconded Councillor Ferrante

1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Auditor’s 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, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.

Against: Nil

David LaganJoe FerranteIndependent External Quality Assurance Review of the City of Stirling's Internal Audit Activity12.1/IA30822/023

Council Resolution

0822/023

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Ferrante


1. That Council RECEIVES the Independent External Quality Assurance Review Report on the City of Stirling's Internal Audit Activity.
2. That the four recommendations for the ‘Partially Conforming’ underlying standards and the three process improvements be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed. 

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

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

David LaganJoe FerranteStrategic Internal Audit Plan 2022-2025 and Annual Internal Audit Plan 2022/202312.1/IA20822/024

Council Resolution

0822/024

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Ferrante


That Council ENDORSES the Strategic Internal Audit Plan 2022/2023–2024/2025 and the Annual Internal Audit Plan 2022/2023, as contained in Attachment 1.

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

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

David LaganJoe FerranteQuarterly Risk Management Update12.1/CG10822/025

Council Resolution

0822/025

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Ferrante

That Council RECEIVES the Quarterly Risk Management Update inclusive of the Strategic Risk Register.

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

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

Keith SargentTony KrsticevicEvent Sponsorship Proposal - Groundswell Festival 202212.1/CC10822/026

Council Resolution

0822/026

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Krsticevic


1. That Council APPROVES naming rights sponsorship of $100,000 for the Groundswell Festival 2022, consisting of $80,000 funding and up to $20,000 value-in-kind. 
2. That Council NOTES an acquittal report will be submitted by the Groundswell Festival organiser within three months of the conclusion of the event to enable evaluation of sponsorship outcomes.

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

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

Keith SargentSuzanne MigdaleMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 June 202212.1/F20822/027

Council Resolution

0822/027

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Migdale


That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant unaudited Financial Reports for the month ending 30 June 2022 be RECEIVED.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudPedestrian Safety Along West Coast Drive12.2/ES10822/029

Council Resolution

0822/029

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That the City PROGRESSES the application for raised formalised pedestrian crossings at four locations along West Coast Drive at the following positions:

a. Adjacent to Elsie Street, Watermans Bay (near Little Bay Café); 
b. Adjacent to North Beach Road, North Beach (near North Beach Shopping Centre);
c. Adjacent to Lynn Street, Trigg (near Mettams Pool); and
d. Adjacent to Bennion Street, Trigg (near Yelo Café).

2. That the City INVESTIGATES the possibility for a raised formalised pedestrian crossing along West Coast Drive, adjacent to Saunders Street. 

3. That Council INVESTIGATES the proposal to lower the speed limit along West Coast Drive, subject to community consultation.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudEffective Control of Dogs12.2/CSA10822/030

Council Resolution

0822/030

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That Council NOTES the City’s current approach to addressing and managing the effective control of dogs through the provisions of the Dogs Local Law and Dog Area Control Policy.
2. That Council SUPPORTS the opportunities for improvement, as identified within this report, to improve the City’s approach to addressing and managing the effective control of dogs.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 12 Ending 30 June 202212.2/F10822/031

Council Resolution

0822/031

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud


That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 12, 1 June – 30 June 2022 amounting to:
Municipal Fund $29,817,261.66
Trust Fund        177,252.65
Reserve Fund    15,443,024.38
TOTAL $45,437,538.69

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAnnual Waive or Grant Concessions/Write Off Money for 2021/202212.2/F30822/032

Council Resolution

0822/032

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud


That Council RECEIVES the report detailing the exercise of delegated authority to waive or grant concessions and write off money.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudIFT40871 Fire Services Maintenance12.2/TE30822/033

Council Resolution

0822/033

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud


That the Tender for Fire Services Maintenance be ACCEPTED as detailed in confidential Attachment 1.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudExtension of contract for the Supply, Delivery, Installation and Maintenance of the City Parking Ticket Machines12.2/8.10822/034

Council Resolution

0822/034

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud


That Council PROCEEDS with the amended confidential recommendation as contained in the conclusion of this report. 


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

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

Tony KrsticevicStephanie ProudMixed Use Development - 253 Multiple Dwellings and Two Commercial Tenancies - Lots 7 and 12, House Numbers 190 and 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup13.10822/035

Council Resolution

0822/035

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That Council ENDORSES the City’s Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel, which recommends REFUSAL of the Mixed Use Development – 253 Multiple Dwellings and Two Commercial Tenancies at Lots 7 and 12, House Numbers 190 and 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup.

2. That Council ENDORSES Mayor Mark Irwin to make a deputation request on behalf of the Council at the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel meeting regarding the Mixed Use Development at Lots 7 and 12, House Numbers 190 and 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup. 


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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillor Re.

David LaganBianca SandriProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor David Lagan - Funding for completion of the Dianella BMX Project14.10822/036

Council Resolution

0822/036

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri


That a report be PRESENTED to Council on the following matter:

That funding for the installation of jump lines at the Dianella BMX Facility be LISTED for consideration during the 2022/2023 mid-year budget review.


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

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

2 August 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Bianca SandriSuzanne MigdaleLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 -  DRAFT LOCAL PLANNING POLICY 6.12 - PUBLIC ART ON PRIVATE LAND12.1/DS20822/004

Council Resolution

0822/004

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Migdale


1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PREPARES an amended ‘Local Planning Policy 6.12 – Public Art on Private Land’ as shown in Attachment 2 and that it be ADVERTISED for public comment. 
2. That the amended ‘Local Planning Policy 6.12 – Public Art on Private Land’ be modified prior to public advertising to clarify that when a Public Art Panel is convened to assess Public Art proposals, consideration should be given to Ward Councillor representation. 
3. That the amended ‘Local Planning Policy 6.12 – Public Art on Private Land’ be modified to remove the exemption of ‘Development that are estimated to attract less than 20 people into the locality’, and all associated references.


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

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

4. That the amended ‘Local Planning Policy 6.12 – Public Art on Private Land’ be modified prior to public advertising, reflecting that it applies to a development value of $2 million and above.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Hatton and Proud.
 

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudRIGHTS OF WAY NAMING – COASTAL, DOUBLEVIEW AND INGLEWOOD WARDS12.1/DS30822/005

Council Resolution

0822/005

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That Council ENDORSES the proposed Rights of Way naming suggestions and preferences for the Rights of Way as shown in Attachment 1, and these names be forwarded to Landgate for approval, with the exception of the Doubleview Ward Rights of Way which are listed separately in Recommendation 2.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

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

2.  That the preference order for Doubleview ROW 16012 be reordered as follows, and these be FORWARDED to Landgate for Approval:
 1. Florey
 2. Nunn
 3. Surf

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudOptions for Providing Additional On-Street Parking in selected Local Centres12.1/DS10822/008

Council Resolution

0822/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That Council NOTES the consultant report investigating options for providing additional on-street parking in selected Local Centres.
2. That Council NOTES that a summary of the consultant report will be provided to property owners in the centres, to enable them to consider potential parking and access improvements.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudGrant of Easement to Western Power - Portion of Alexander Dumbarton Reserve, Lot 24, House Number 2, Melrose Crescent, Menora12.1/PRSE10822/009

Council Resolution

0822/009

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That Council APPROVES the grant of an Easement in Gross to the Electricity Networks Corporation (Western Power) over the portion of Lot 24, House Number 2, Melrose Crescent, Menora shown delineated on Deposited Plan 420448 for the purpose of underground distribution cable.
2. That authority be GIVEN to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the Deed of Easement in Gross to effect the grant of easement to Electricity Networks Corporation over the portion of Lot 24 shown on Deposited Plan 420448 for the purpose of underground distribution cable.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudGrant of Easement - Water Corporation - Portion of Lot 1 (House Number 4) and Lot 5 (House Number 16) Telford Crescent Stirling and Portion of Lot 2 (House Number 2) Cedric Street, Stirling12.1/PRSE20822/010

Council Resolution

0822/010

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That Council APPROVES the grant of an easement to the Water Corporation for the purpose of accessing and maintaining two water monitoring bores over:
a. A portion of Lot 1, House Number 4, Telford Crescent, Stirling; 
b. A portion of Lot 5, House Number 16, Telford Crescent, Stirling; and 
c. A portion of Lot 2, House Number 2, Cedric Street, Stirling. 
2. That authority be GIVEN to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to any documents required to effect the grant of an easement to Water Corporation for the purpose of accessing and maintaining two water monitoring bores over:
a. A portion of Lot 1, House Number 4, Telford Crescent, Stirling; 
b. A portion of Lot 5, House Number 16, Telford Crescent, Stirling; and 
c. A portion of Lot 2, House Number 2, Cedric Street, Stirling. 

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudCity Property - Osborne Park12.1/8.10822/011

Council Resolution

0822/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


That Council PROCEEDS with the amended confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

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

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

Elizabeth ReBianca SandriProposed Change of Agenda Publication Timeframe13.10822/012

Council Resolution

0822/012

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Sandri


That Council PROCEEDS with Option 1 - Six Month Trial of Thursday Publication Commencing January 2023. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Proud and Sargent.
 

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReNotice of Motion - Mayor Mark Irwin - Justice of the Peace Meeting Room14.10822/013

Council Resolution

0822/013

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re


1. That Council CONSIDERS Option 3 - Retain the JP Service in the existing location with improved permanent infrastructure.

2. That Council CONSIDERS $60,000 expenditure to deliver this option at mid-year budget review.

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

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

Keith SargentSuzanne MigdaleProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Keith Sargent - WALGA Membership14.20822/014

Council Resolution

0822/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Migdale


That a report be PRESENTED to Council outlining the history, costs and services derived from being a member of WALGA, outlining the value of the association with WALGA and providing alternative options for advocacy and support that may be more relevant to the City of Stirling.


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

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

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Tree Planting Along Flinders Street, Yokine median Strip14.30822/015

Council Resolution

0822/015

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante


That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the costs and implications of planting trees along Flinders Street, Yokine between Wanneroo Road and Morley Drive by September 2022.

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

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

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - Dog Swamp Bridge14.40822/016

Council Resolution

0822/016

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale


That the City CONSULTS with user groups and the local community of Dog Swamp to determine the value of the bridge and whether they would like it restored.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Suzanne Migdale - Proposal to Close Masel Lane, Mount Lawley to Traffic14.50822/017

Council Resolution

0822/017

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante


That a report be PRESENTED to Council on the options for Masel Lane, Mount Lawley (between Memorial Lane and Rookwood Street).
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

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

5 July 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentTony KrsticevicClosed Beach Access Paths and Stairs12.1/ES20722/003

Council Resolution

0722/003

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Krsticevic
That Council NOTES the information in relation to the closure of coastal beach access paths and stairs.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0).

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

Keith SargentElizabeth ReStirling Libraries Strategy - Approval To Advertise For Public Comment12.1/CS10722/004

Council Resolution

0722/004

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re
1.    That Council ADOPTS the City’s draft Stirling Libraries Strategy for the purposes of advertising for public comment, with a further report to be PRESENTED to Council detailing the outcomes of public consultation by September 2022.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/1).

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

2.    That Council REQUESTS the Chief Executive Officer prepare Action Plans for each of the Stirling Libraries consistent with the draft Stirling Libraries Strategy with a view of:
•    Retaining each of the libraries;
•    Redevelopment options for sites that are at end of life; and
•    Providing options for diversification of library facilities and amenities to enable further community uses and/or commercial partnerships.

The motion was put and declared LOST (7/7).

For: Councillors Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Perkov, Proud, Sandri and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Creado, Krsticevic, Migdale, Olow, Re, Sargent and Thornton.
Casting Vote Against: Mayor Irwin.
 

Keith SargentChris HattonProposed Streets and Public Places Local Law 202212.1/GOV10722/005

Council Resolution

0722/005

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Hatton
1.    That the legislative local law making process for the proposed City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 2022 be DEFERRED until the Local Government Act reforms come into force in 2023.
2.    That the legislative local law making process for the proposed City of Stirling Streets and Public Places Local Law 2022 PROCEEDS in 2023, with a community workshop being held.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0).

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudOverview of On-Road Parking in Scarborough, Trigg and Karrinyup12.1/ES10722/007

Council Resolution

0722/007

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the City DEVELOPS a City-wide Policy for the Control and Management of 
On-Street Parking, particularly in congested urban areas, to be reported back to Council (via the Community and Resources Committee) by early 2023.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudNotice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re- Public Toilets in Public Open Space12.1/RL10722/008

Council Resolution

0722/008

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Item 12.1/RL1 - Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Public Toilets in Public Open Space be REFERRED to a future Community and Resources Committee meeting in 2022. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Keith SargentStephanie ProudRemoval of Library Fines for Overdue Loans12.1/CS20722/009

Council Resolution

0722/009

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1.    That Council CEASES the charging of fines for the late return of library loans and AMENDS the Library Services Policy as shown in Attachment 1. 
2.    That Council APPROVES the write-off of overdue late return of library loans fees to the value of $81,680.35 from the Library Management System.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 11 Ending 31 May 202212.1/F10722/010

Council Resolution

0722/010

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 11, 1 May – 31 May 2022 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund    $14,367,472.73
TOTAL    $14,367,472.73
 be RECEIVED
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 May 202212.1/F20722/011

Council Resolution

0722/011

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 May 2022 be RECEIVED.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender - 41449 Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Advisory and Audit Services12.1/TE10722/012

Council Resolution

0722/012

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That the Tender for Tree Maintenance, Arboricultural Advisory and Audit Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1. 
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Keith SargentStephanie ProudKaleidoscope Initiative update12.1/8.10722/013

Council Resolution

0722/013

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
1.    That Council RECEIVES the Kaleidoscope Initiative Update.
2.    That Council APPROVES confidential recommendation 2 as outlined in the conclusion of this report.  
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (13/0) by exception resolution.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudRickman Delawney Reserve - Community Parkland12.1/8.20722/014

Council Resolution

0722/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud
That Council APPROVES 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 Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Bianca SandriTony KrsticevicCity of Stirling Strategic Community Plan 2022-203213.10722/015

Council Resolution

0722/015

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Krsticevic
That Council APPROVES the new City of Stirling Strategic Community Plan 2022 - 2032 as shown in Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an Absolute Majority.

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

Chris HattonSuzanne MigdaleCity of Stirling Corporate Business Plan 2022-202613.20722/016

Council Resolution

0722/016

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Migdale


That Council APPROVES the updated City of Stirling Corporate Business Plan 2022–2026 as shown in Attachment 1.  


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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudAdoption of 2022/2023 Municipal Budget and Relevant Documents13.30722/017

Council Resolution

0722/017

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

 

1. That Council ADOPTS the 2022/2023 Municipal Fund Budget for the City of Stirling which includes the following:

a.    Statement of Comprehensive Income by Nature and Type showing a net result for the year of $6,025,665;
b.    Statement of Comprehensive Income by Program showing a net result for the year of $6,025,666;
c.    Rate Setting Statement showing amount to be raised from rates of $150,930,551;
d.    Rating Information;
e.    Statement of Cash Flows;
f.    Rate Setting Statement – Long Term Financial Plan 2023/2024 – 2032/2033; and
g.    Schedule of Fees and Charges.

2. General Rate and Minimum Payment

Having considered the submissions made following public advertising, that Council IMPOSES the 2022/2023 general rates and minimum payments as follows:

Residential Rates                 5.9659 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental
Valuation

Commercial Rates                 5.4898 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental
Valuation

Industrial Rates                 6.0546 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental
Valuation

Vacant Rates                     8.2347 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental
Valuation

General Minimum Payment         $893
Lesser Minimum Payment
Parkland Villas Retirement Village
Apartments less than 36m2 in area     $742

Lesser Minimum Payment Strata
Titled Storage Units                 $579

3.    That Council APPROVES a concession for Vacant Rates on the following conditions:
a.    The concession applies to rateable land that is classified by Landgate as being Vacant on 1 July 2022; 

b.    To be eligible for the concession the date on which Landgate classified the rateable land as vacant must have been after 30 June 2020; 

c.    The City will apply the concession as a reduction to the rate in the dollar charged as follows:

Residential Vacant Concession        -2.2688 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

Commercial Vacant Concession        -2.7449 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

Industrial Vacant Concession        -2.1801 cents in the dollar of Gross Rental Valuation

d.    The concession is to be applied as a reduction of the Vacant Rates to be imposed on that rateable land in the 2022/2023 financial year.

e.    The General Minimum Payment will apply if the value of the concession reduces the rateable amount on the vacant land below the General Minimum Payment.

4.    Payment Options

That Council ADOPTS the following payment options for the payment of rates, Emergency Services Levy (ESL), domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge and private swimming pool inspection fee:

a.    One Instalment
Payment in full by 26 August 2022.

b.    Two Instalments
The first instalment of 50% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, plus the total outstanding arrears payable by 26 August 2022.

The second instalment of 50% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, payable by 11 November 2022.

c.    Four Instalments
The first instalment of 25% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, plus the total outstanding arrears payable by 26 August 2022.

The second, third and fourth instalment, each of 25% of the total current rates, ESL, domestic refuse charge, property surveillance and security service charge, private swimming pool inspection fees and instalment interest, payable as follows:

i.    2nd instalment by 11 November 2022;
ii.    3rd instalment by 13 January 2023; and
iii.    4th instalment by 17 March 2023.

d.    Rate Smoothing
First payment due on 26 August 2022.

Ratepayers have the option to pay:

i.    Weekly – 42 weekly payments;
ii.    Fortnightly – 21 fortnightly payments; or
iii.    Monthly – 10 monthly payments.

Under the rate smoothing program, the due dates of individual payments would be agreed between the City and the ratepayer.

5.    Instalment Interest Charges
That Council:

a.    ADOPTS an interest rate of 1.5% where the owner has elected to pay rates and service charges through an instalment option;
b.    DOES NOT REQUIRE a person who is considered by the local government to be suffering financial hardship as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic to pay interest; and

c.    AUTHORISES the Manager Finance or Director Corporate Services to determine whether a person is suffering financial hardship on the basis that financial hardship is defined as a state of immediate financial disadvantage which results in a person being unable to pay an outstanding amount without affecting their ability to meet their basic living needs or the basic living needs of their dependants.


6.    Late Payment Penalty Interest
That Council:

a.    ADOPTS a late payment penalty interest rate of 5% per annum;
b.    DOES NOT REQUIRE a person who is considered by the local government to be suffering financial hardship as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic to pay interest; and
c.    AUTHORISES the Manager Finance or Director Corporate Services to determine whether a person is suffering financial hardship on the basis that financial hardship is defined as a state of immediate financial disadvantage which results in a person being unable to pay an outstanding amount without affecting their ability to meet their basic living needs or the basic living needs of their dependants.

7.    Special Agreement Option
That Council ADOPTS an arrangement administration fee of $30 per assessment for each payment agreement.

8.    Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project Service Charge
That Council ADOPTS the following charges for the provision of underground electricity for properties within the Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project.

The Network Connection Charge ranging between $0 and $2,350.00 depending on the individual properties current supply arrangements.

9.    Payment options for Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project Service Charges
That Council ADOPTS the following payment options for the payment of Scarborough Network Renewal Underground Program Pilot Project Connection Charges.

One Instalment
a.    Payment in full on or before the due date advised on the notice.

Yearly Instalments
b.    Payment of the yearly instalment on or before the due date advised on the notice.
c.    The maximum number of years for the instalment plan will be three years.

10.    That Council APPROVES the closure of the Tamala Park Reserve and the allocation of the reserve balance and future dividends received from the Tamala Park Regional Council to the Capital Investment Reserve.

11.    That Council ADOPTS the 2022/2023 Schedule of Fees and Charges.
12.    Material Variance Reporting for 2022/2023
That Council ADOPTS the level for reporting material variances in monthly financial statements in 2022/2023 as 10% and $100,000.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/2) by an Absolute Majority.

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Councillors Re and Sandri.

Elizabeth ReKarlo PerkovLOT NUMBERS 34 AND 1, HOUSE NUMBERS 19 AND 21, LIEGE STREET, WOODLANDS - CHILD CARE PREMISES13.40722/018

Council Resolution

0722/018

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Perkov


1.    That Council does NOT ENDORSE the City’s recommendation of the Responsible Authority Report to the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel (Attachment 1), and recommends REFUSAL of the DAP Application reference DAP/22/02188 and accompanying plans (Attachment 2) in accordance with Clause 68 of Schedule 2 (Deemed Provisions of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015 and the provisions of the City of Stirling Local Planning Scheme No.3 and the Metropolitan Region Scheme, for the proposed Child Care Premises at Lots 34 and 1, House Numbers 19 and 21, Liege Street, Woodlands, for the following reasons:

a.    Pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 9, Clause 67 (t) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the likely traffic generated by the proposed Child Care Premises and the associated general traffic movements will:

i.    Have a significant detrimental impact on traffic flow and safety on the local streets surrounding the site;
ii.    Impact the already compromised Talbot Road and Liege Street intersection that serves a high number of dwellings including a retirement village;
iii.    Increase traffic in Willow Road and Willow Way due to customers having to circle the site to gain access; and 
iv.    Increase traffic along Liege Street, which already experiences high traffic volumes. 

b.    There are already four Child Care Centres within 1km of the subject site and therefore the subject Child Care Centre is not likely to attract customers from the local community; and 

c.    Pursuant to Schedule 2, Part 9, Clause 67(2) (y) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, as the submissions received in relation to the proposed Child Care Premises raised concerns of detrimental impacts on the existing function and safety of the local road network as a result of increased traffic.

2.    That Council ENDORSES Councillor Elizabeth Re to make a deputation request on behalf of the Council at the Metro Inner-North Joint Development Assessment Panel meeting regarding the proposed Child Care Premises at Lot 34, House Number 19, Liege Street and Lot 1, House Number 21, Liege Street, Woodlands.


The motion was put and declared CARRIED (9/3).

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Krsticevic, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.

Elizabeth ReChris HattonMilestone Event Application - Naval Association of Australia Perth North Sub-section13.50722/019

Council Resolution

0722/019

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Hatton


That Council APPROVES a one-off donation of $2,500 to the Naval Association of Australia Perth North Sub-section to commemorate the Vietnam Veterans Day Service to be held 20 August 2022 in line with the Elected Members Entitlements Policy.


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

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

Tony KrsticevicElizabeth ReProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Change of Agenda Publication Timeframe14.20722/021

Council Resolution

0722/021

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Re


That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the following matter:


That the deadline for the publication of Agendas before Council and Committee meetings be AMENDED from Close of Business Friday before a meeting to Close of Business Thursday before a meeting.


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

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

Joe FerranteSuzanne MigdaleProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Joe Ferrante - City of Stirling Office Kiosk at Inglewood and Dianella Libraries14.30722/022

Council Resolution

0722/022

Moved Councillor Ferrante, seconded Councillor Migdale


That a report be PRESENTED to Council for a City of Stirling Express Kiosk or Office Lodgement be considered for incorporation into the libraries of Inglewood and / or Dianella.


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

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

14 June 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Suzanne MigdaleTony KrsticevicChief Executive Officer's Performance Review Committee Terms of Reference12.1/CEO9.10622/004

Council Resolution

0622/004

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Krsticevic


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 (12/1).

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

Suzanne MigdaleFelicity FarrellyLot 256, House Number 249, West Coast Drive, North Beach - Proposed Small Bar12.2/DS10622/005

Council Resolution

0622/005

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Farrelly


That Council REFERS consideration of Item 12.2/DS1 - Lot 256, House Number 249, West Coast Drive, North Beach - Proposed Small Bar to a future Planning and Development Committee meeting.  


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

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

Suzanne MigdaleTony KrsticevicAmendments to Local Planning Policy 6.7 - Parking and Access12.2/DS40622/006

Council Resolution

0622/006

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Krsticevic


That Council AMENDS ‘Local Planning Policy 6.7 – Parking and Access’ (for the purpose of public advertising), as shown in Attachment 1.


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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudLots 7 and 12, House Numbers 190 and 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup - Proposed Temporary Viewing Tower12.2/DS20622/009

Council Resolution

0622/010

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


That pursuant to Clause 68(2) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application for a temporary Viewing Tower (Use Not Listed) on Lots 7 and 12, House Numbers 190 and 200, Karrinyup Road, Karrinyup, be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:
a.    The development is to comply in all respects with the attached approved plans, as dated, marked and stamped, together with any requirements and annotations detailed thereon by the City. The plans approved as part of this application form part of the planning approval issued and are listed below: 

Drawing Title    Date    Revision    Drawing Number    Drawn by
Location Sketch    21 December 2021    A    FS – 001 Sheet 1 of 2    Land Surveys
Location Sketch    21 December 2021    A    FS – 001 Sheet 2 of 2    Land Surveys
L00 Overall Plan    21 September 2021    -    -    Hames Sharley
Location Sketch with Overlay    21 December 2021    A    FS – 001 Sheet 1 of 2    Land Surveys
Building Sections    June 2020    1    S2.02    Pritchard Francis
b.    This development approval is valid for a maximum period of 12 months from the date of this approval, after which time the Viewing Tower is to be removed;
c.    No more than five people are permitted on the Viewing Tower at any one time;
d.    The Viewing Tower shall be secured, and all members of the public must be accompanied by an authorised representative associated with the Viewing Tower at all times;
e.    The operating hours are to be between the hours of 7.00am to 7.00pm Monday to Friday, by appointment only, and between the hours of 11.00am to 3.00pm on Saturday and Sunday;
f.    External lighting is to be provided to all public spaces associated with the Viewing Tower structure including footpaths, entry and exit points;
g.    External lighting associated with the Viewing Tower shall be positioned so as not to adversely affect the amenity of the locality in accordance with Australian Standard AS/NZ 4282-1997; and
h.    A Site Management Plan shall be submitted to and approved by the City of Stirling prior to the commencement of works. The Site Management Plan shall address parking, traffic, noise, site safety and security during the construction phase.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudEast Roselea Structure Plan Area - Local Development Plans - Ouctome of advertising12.2/DS30622/010

Council Resolution

0622/011

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1.    That Council SUPPORTS the Residential Design Codes provisions of the Arise and Centro Precincts Local Development Plans that a local government can vary.
2.    That Council FORWARDS the Arise and Centro Precinct Local Development Plans to the West Australian Planning Commission for approval of the Visual Privacy, Overshadowing, Open Space, Outdoor Living Area, Landscaping and Lot Boundary Setback (except those relating to Building on Boundary) provisions.
3.    That Council DELEGATES to the Chief Executive Officer authorisation to approve the Arise and Centro Precinct Local Development Plans following approval of the Western Australian Planning Commission as listed in Recommendation 2. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (12/1) by exception resolution by an Absolute Majority.

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudExcision of Land and Grant of Easement from Crown Reserve 35212, House Number 40, Sheldrake Street, Stirling (Sheldrake Reserve)12.2/PRSE10622/011

Council Resolution

0622/012

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1.    That Council REQUESTS the Minister for Lands to excise an area approximately 121.7m2 from Crown Reserve 35212, being Lot 9772, House Number 40, Sheldrake Street, Stirling, marked as Area 1 on Attachment 1 on the following basis:
a.    The area to be excised being created as a new Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Public Utility’ to be managed by the Water Corporation as a new water bore site; and
b.    The area to be excised being surveyed to the City’s satisfaction.
2.    That Council CONSENTS to the grant of an access easement over an area approximately 63.8m2 on Crown Reserve 35212, being Lot 9772, House Number 40, Sheldrake Street, Stirling marked as Area 2 on Attachment 1 in favour of the Water Corporation for future installation of underground electrical cables from the bore compound facility to the new bore site.
3.    That Council REQUESTS the Minister for Lands to excise an area approximately 130.07m2 from Crown Reserve 35212, being Lot 9772, House Number 40, Sheldrake Street, Stirling, marked as Area 3 on Attachment 1 on the following basis:
a.    The area to be excised being created as a new Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Public Utility’ to be managed by the Water Corporation as part of its adjoining bore compound facility; and
b.    The area to be excised being surveyed to the City’s satisfaction.
4.    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 land excision and easement.
5.    That all costs associated with the land excision and grant of easement from Crown Reserve 35212 BE BORNE by the Water Corporation.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudDedication of Right of Way Lot 66, House Number 281R, Albert Street, Balcatta as Road12.2/PRSE20622/012

Council Resolution

0622/013

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1.    That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the Right of Way comprised as Lot 66 on Diagram 47083 and being the whole of the land contained in Certificate of Title Volume 550 Folio 171 located at Lot 66, House Number 281R, Albert Street, Balcatta, as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication action.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudRoad Dedication and Revestment as Crown Reserve - Right of Way Lot 604, House Numbers 177R, Tenth Avenue and 137R Clifton Crescent, Inglewood12.2/PRSE30622/013

Council Resolution

0622/014

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1.    That Council AUTHORISES the transfer of Lot 604 on Plan 2877 at House Numbers 177R, Tenth Avenue and 137R Clifton Crescent, Inglewood to the State of Western Australia for nil consideration to facilitate the dedication of ROW 28064 and 28074B as road and the revestment of the balance lot comprising ROW 28074A as a Crown reserve for public utility purposes.
2.    That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the transfer document to affect the transfer of Lot 604 being part of the land contained in Certificate of Title Volume 4005 Folio 660 to the State of Western Australia.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to:
a.    Dedicate ROW 28064 and ROW 28074B being part of Lot 604 on Plan 2877, being part of the land in Certificate of Title Volume 4005 Folio 660, and shown on the Plan at Attachment 1 as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997; and 
b.    Revest ROW 28074A being part of Lot 604 on Plan 2877, being part of the land in Certificate of Title Volume 4005 Folio 660, and shown on the Plan at Attachment 1 as Crown Land for inclusion into Crown Reserve 55336 for management by the City for public utility purposes.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleJoe FerranteReview of Delegated Authority13.10622/014

Council Resolution

0622/015

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Ferrante


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, noting the following AMENDMENTS:
a.    That the delegation for engagement of consultants is reduced from $150,000 to $75,000;
b.    That the delegation for new contracts and variations therein are reduced from $750,000 to $500,000; and
c.    Where the cost of obtaining legal advice on any single matter exceeds $50,000, including Elected Members, the matter is to be referred to Council for direction. This condition excludes employee related matters. 

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (11/2) by an Absolute Majority.

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

Keith SargentDavid Lagan2022 Western Australian Local Government Association Annual General Meeting and Annual Conference13.20622/015

Council Resolution

0622/016

Moved Councillor Sargent, 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 2022 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held Monday 3 October 2022:
a.    Mayor Mark Irwin    b.    Councillor David Lagan

2.    That Council APPROVES the following Elected Members as proxy voting delegates should the registered voting delegates be unable to attend the 2022 Annual General Meeting of the Western Australian Local Government Association to be held Monday 3 October 2022:
a.    Councillor Elizabeth Re    b.    Councillor Felicity Farrelly

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

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

David LaganStephanie ProudElected Members' Entitlements Policy13.30622/016

Council Resolution

0622/017

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Proud


That Council ADOPTS the changes to the Elected Member Entitlements Policy to reflect the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal determination made 7 April 2022.


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

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

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleAustralian Local Government Association National General Assembly - City of Stirling Motion13.40622/017

Council Resolution

0622/018

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale


That Council ENDORSES the following motion for submission to the Australian Local Government Association National Assembly:
This National General Assembly calls on the Australian Government to: 
1.    Work with state and territory governments to develop a sustainable, equitable and efficient national funding model for the implementation of coastal hazard management actions to mitigate coastal erosion and inundation; and 
2.    Charge the Productivity Commission with undertaking an investigation into an appropriate funding framework that shares the cost of coastal hazard management appropriately among all levels of government and the community.

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

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

Felicity FarrellyTony KrsticevicEvent Sponsorship Proposal - Jazz by the Beach 202213.50622/018

Council Resolution

0622/019

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Krsticevic


1.    That Council APPROVES sponsorship of $25,260 for the Jazz by the Beach Festival 2022 consisting of $20,000 cash and up to $5,260 in-kind.
2.    That Council NOTES an acquittal report will be submitted by the Jazz by the Beach Festival event organiser within three months of the conclusion of the event to enable evaluation of sponsorship outcomes.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganAlliance for Innovation - Transforming Local Government 2022 Annual Conference - August 2 - 5 202213.60622/019

Council Resolution

0622/020

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan


That Council APPROVES the attendance of the Chief Executive Officer at the Alliance for Innovation – Transforming Local Government 2022 Annual Conference, to be held in the City of Austin, Texas from 2 August 2022 to 5 August 2022.

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

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

Stephanie ProudKeith SargentProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud - Coloured Lighting for the Administration Centre14.10622/020

Council Resolution

0622/021

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sargent


That a report be PRESENTED to Council on opportunities and costs to install additional coloured lighting to the City’s Main Administration Building in order to celebrate significant events and occasions.


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

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

Tony KrsticevicFelicity FarrellyProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Tony Krsticevic - Effective Control of Dogs14.20622/021

Council Resolution

0622/022

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That a report be PRESENTED to Council outlining both the current approach and opportunities to improve how the City deals with dogs off-leash within on-leash areas and dogs not under effective control, leading to attacks on people, other dogs and fauna.

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

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

Tony KrsticevicSuzanne MigdaleCity Property - Osborne Park12.2/8.10622/023

Council Resolution

0622/024

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Item 8.1 - City Property - Osborne Park be REFERRED to the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held 26 July 2022 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members. 

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

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

Tony KrsticevicDavid LaganTamala Park Regional Council Landholdings17.10622/024

Council Resolution

0622/025

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Lagan

That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudEmployee Matters - Appointment of Director Infrastructure17.20622/025

Council Resolution

0622/026

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1.    That Council ACCEPTS the appointment of the preferred candidate to the position of Director Infrastructure 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 (13/0).

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

24 May 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganTony KrsticevicInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA10522/038

Council Resolution

0522/038

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

1.    That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Auditor’s 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, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee. 

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

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

David LaganKarlo PerkovContainer Deposit Scheme Internal Audit Report12.1/IA20522/040

Council Resolution

0522/040

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov

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 Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

David LaganKarlo Perkov2021/2022 Compliance Self-Assessments12.1/CG10522/041

Council Resolution

0522/041

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov

 

That Council ADOPTS the 2021/2022 Compliance Self-Assessments as shown in Attachments 1, 2 and 3. 

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

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

David LaganKarlo PerkovQuarterly Risk Management Update12.1/CG20522/042

Council Resolution

0522/042

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Perkov

1.    That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risk Register.

2.    That the City CONDUCTS a major review of its Strategic Risk Register and Strategic Risk Appetite in late 2022 following Council’s adoption of the major Review of the Strategic Community Plan.

3.    That Council NOTES that the City’s Business Continuity Plans have been reviewed, updated and activated across all 54 services.

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

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

Stephanie ProudJoe FerranteChurchlands Estate Parking Issues12.2/ES20522/043

Council Resolution

0522/043

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Ferrante

1.    That the City continues to MONITOR the parking issues associated with student parking for Churchlands Senior High School and takes the appropriate action as and when required to address those issues.
2.    That the City INSTALLS 1 hour restricted parking in Hibiscus Court and The Grove between 7.30am and 4.15pm on school days in line with the existing parking restrictions within the Churchlands Estate.

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

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

Keith SargentDavid LaganSustainable Energy Action Plan Renewable Electricity Provision12.2/PS10522/044

Council Resolution

0522/044

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Lagan


1.    That Council ENDORSES Option 2 which delivers on the SEAP targets to 2030 and continued investment in Solar PV systems, and notes the draft budget includes $600,000 in 2022/2023 to achieve this.

2.    That a report be PRESENTED to Council each year prior to budget allocation to provide an update/progress on the works in detail.

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

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

Bianca SandriDavid Lagan41396 Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre Redevelopment - Outdoor Pool and Plant Upgrades12.2/TE20522/045

Council Resolution

0522/045

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan

That the Tender for the Terry Tyzack Aquatic Centre Redevelopment – Outdoor Pool and Plant Upgrades be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by an Absolute Majority Vote.

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudAnnual Review of Cost Contribution Rates - Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works12.2/ES10522/048

Council Resolution

0522/048

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council ADOPTS the revised Cost Apportionment Schedule for the Development Contribution Plan for Rights of Way Improvement Works (2021) as shown in Attachment 1 to take effect as from 1 July 2022.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCity of Stirling Music Awards12.2/CC10522/049

Council Resolution

0522/049

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1.    That Council APPROVES a partnership with the West Australian Music Industry Association for the City to host and sponsor the WA Music Awards 2022 (Option 3), including specific City of Stirling focussed award categories. 
2.    That Council APPROVES a sponsorship amount of up to $30,000 to the West Australian Music Industry Association in the 2022/2023 budget for the WA Music Awards 2022, noting this funding is to be drawn from the Major/Minor Event Sponsorship program funding already allocated in the draft 2022/23 budget.
3.    That Council NOTES the City’s intent to establish an ongoing partnership with the West Australian Music Industry to further explore opportunities that acknowledge and support the local music industry. 
4.    That an evaluation report for the WA Music Awards 2023 be PRESENTED to Council by March 2023.
NB.    Absolute Majority vote required at Council. 

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 10 Ending 30 April 202212.2/F10522/050

Council Resolution

0522/050

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 10 – 1 April – 30 April 2022 amounting to:
Municipal Fund    $21,280,470.92
Reserve Fund             89,392.77
TOTAL    $21,369,863.69
be RECEIVED

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 30 April 202212.2/F20522/051

Council Resolution

0522/051

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 April 2022 be RECEIVED.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudQuotation VP262163 Supply, Installation, Repair and Disposal of Tyres12.2/TE10522/052

Council Resolution

0522/052

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the Quotation for the Supply, Installation, Repair and Disposal of Tyres be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 45571 Provision of Graffiti Removal and Ancillary Services12.2/TE30522/053

Council Resolution

0522/053

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the tender for the Provision of Graffiti Removal and Ancillary Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

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

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

Karlo PerkovChris HattonIFT 41826 - Design and Construction of New Carine Whitehouse Baseball Clubrooms17.10522/057

Council Resolution

0522/057

Moved Councillor Perkov, seconded Councillor Hatton

That Council PROCEEDS with the amended confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by an Absolute Majority Vote.

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

Bianca SandriDavid LaganTamala Park Regional Council Landholdings17.20522/058

Council Resolution

0522/058

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Lagan

That Item relating to Item 17.1 - Tamala Park Regional Council Landholdings be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 14 June 2022 to allow further information to be provided to Elected Members.

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

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

Stephanie ProudChris HattonConfidential Contractual Matter17.30522/059

Council Resolution

0522/059

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Hatton

That Council PROCEEDS with Option 1 to offer the incumbent Chief Executive Officer Stuart Jardine PSM an employment agreement extension of one year, commencing 5 April 2023. 

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

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

Reason for Motion
During discussion of the Item, each Elected Member was provided the opportunity to speak for an unlimited period of time to ensure unfettered consideration of all points of view.
Council had the opportunity to consider the performance of the Chief Executive Officer and the Executive Team.
In resolving to proceed with Option 1, the following key points were considered and debated:
1.    The Chief Executive Officer’s strong performance against Key Performance Indicators and contribution to the stability and success of Council.
2.    The current challenging recruitment environment.
3.    The necessity to recruit a Director Infrastructure, a significant role at the City, whilst dealing with economic and political instability.
4.    Acknowledgement of the strong working relationship between the Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Team and Elected Members.
 

Bianca SandriChris HattonReview of Delegated Authority12.2/GOV10522/046

Council Resolution

0522/046

Procedural Motion

Moved Councillor Sandri, seconded Councillor Hatton

That the Item relating to 12.1/GOV1 - Review of Delegated Authority be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 14 June 2022 to allow additional information to be provided to Elected Members.

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

For:Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Re, Sandri, Sargent, Thornton and Mayor Irwin.

Against: Councillor Proud.


 

10 May 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Chris HattonKeith SargentPublic Open Space Strategy - Outcomes of Public Consultation and Adoption of Strategy12.1/RL10522/005

Council Resolution

0522/005

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent

1.    That Council NOTES the Public Consultation Outcomes (Attachment 1) in relation to the Draft Public Open Space Strategy.
2.    That Council ADOPTS the Public Open Space Strategy 2021-2031 
(Attachment 2).
3.    That Council NOTES the Public Open Space Strategy Overview (Attachment 3). 
4.     That the City INVESTIGATES the natural areas not City managed, and REPORTS back to a future Council meeting on the possibility of bringing these areas back under City control. 

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

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

Chris HattonKeith SargentStorage at Brighton Beach12.1/FPA10522/006

Council Resolution

0522/006

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent

1.    That Council ENDORSES Option 3 - the provision of a large storage trailer by Go Surf Perth.

2.    That the City IDENTIFIES an alternative location for the Brighton Reserve seasonal licence; preferably the location identified west of C-Breez Kiosk. 

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

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

Chris HattonKeith SargentSchedule of Accounts for Period 9 Ending 31 March 202212.1/F10522/007

Council Resolution

0522/007

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent

That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 9, 1 March – 31 March 2022 amounting to:-
Municipal Fund    $39,909,658.13
TOTAL    $39,909,658.13
be RECEIVED.

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

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

Chris HattonKeith SargentMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 31 March 202212.1/F20522/008

Council Resolution

0522/008

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent

That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 March 2022 be RECEIVED.

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

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

Chris HattonKeith SargentIFT45621 Plant and Equipment Hire12.1/TE10522/009

Council Resolution

0522/009

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent

That the Tender Plant and Equipment Hire be ACCEPTED as detailed in confidential Attachment 1.

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

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

Chris HattonKeith SargentElected Member and Chief Executive Officer Attendance at Events Policy12.1/GOV10522/010

Council Resolution

0522/010

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent
That Item GOV1 – Elected Member and Chief Executive Officer Attendance at Events Policy be REFERRED to the Council meeting to be held 24 May 2022 to allow further consideration by Elected Members.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

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

Chris HattonKeith SargentAmendments to the Information and Technology Acceptable Use Policy12.1/9.10522/011

Council Resolution

0522/011

Moved Councillor Hatton, seconded Councillor Sargent

That Council ADOPTS the amended ‘Information and Technology Acceptable Use’ Policy as shown in Attachment 2.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - AMENDMENT NO.119 - LOT 802 House Number 179 ERINDALE ROAD, HAMERSLEY - INITIATION12.2/DS10522/013

Council Resolution

0522/013

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    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.119 is a Complex Amendment.
2.    That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council DOES NOT PROCEED with Amendment No.119 to Local Planning Scheme No.3, to rezone Lot 802, House Number 179, Erindale Road, Hamersley from ‘Public Use - Commonwealth’ to ‘Development’ zone.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleLocal Planning Scheme No.3 - Scheme Amendment No.113 And Local Planning Policy 6.17 - Protected Tree Register - Initiation12.2/DS20522/014

Council Resolution

0522/014

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PREPARES (for the purpose of advertising) Scheme Amendment No.113 to Local Planning Scheme No.3 to introduce a Protected Tree Register 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.113 is a Standard Amendment.
3.    That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PREPARES ‘Local Planning Policy 6.17 - Protected Tree Register’ as shown in Attachment 2 and that it be advertised for public comment concurrently with Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.113.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleDevelopment Assessment Panels Reform - City of Stirling Submission12.2/DS30522/015

Council Resolution

0522/015

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Council ENDORSES the City of Stirling submission, as shown in Attachment 3, on the ‘Development Assessment Panels Reform’ suite of documents prepared by the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage, as shown in Attachments 1 and 2.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition of Right of Way 28038, Being Lot 67, House Number 21R, Coode Street, Mount Lawley as Crown Land Managed by the City12.2/PRSE10522/016

Council Resolution

0522/016

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council AUTHORISES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28038 being Lot 67 on Diagram 4169, House Number 21R, Coode Street, Mount Lawley in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That, subject to no objection being received from advertising the proposal, the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28038 being Lot 67, House Number 21R, Coode Street, Mount Lawley pursuant to Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 and to:
a.    Create the land as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’; and
b.    Grant a Management Order to the City of Stirling for the care, control and management of the Crown Reserve.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the acquisition action.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition of Right of Way 28039, Being Lot 60, House Number 25R, Coode Street, Mount Lawley as Crown Land Managed by the City12.2/PRSE20522/017

Council Resolution

0522/017

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council AUTHORISES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28039 being Lot 60 on Diagram 4851, House Number 25R, Coode Street, Mount Lawley in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That, subject to no objection being received from advertising the proposal, the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28039 being Lot 60, House Number 25R, Coode Street, Mount Lawley pursuant to Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 and to:
a.    Create the land as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’; and
b.    Grant a Management Order to the City of Stirling for the care, control and management of the Crown Reserve.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the acquisition action.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition of Right of Way 28046, Being Lot 55, House Number 9R, John Street, Mount Lawley as Crown Land Managed by the City12.2/PRSE30522/018

Council Resolution

0522/018

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council AUTHORISES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28046 being Lot 55 on Diagram 4658, House Number 9R, John Street, Mount Lawley in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That, subject to no objection being received from advertising the proposal, the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28046 being Lot 55, House Number 9R, John Street, Mount Lawley pursuant to Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 and to:
a.    Create the land as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’; and
b.    Grant a Management Order to the City of Stirling for the care, control and management of the Crown Reserve.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the acquisition action.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition of Right of Way 28047, Being Lot 66, House Number 5R, John Street, Mount Lawley as Crown land Managed by the City12.2/PRSE40522/019

Council Resolution

0522/019

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council AUTHORISES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Right of Way 28047 being Lot 66 on Diagram 4621, House Number 5R, John Street, Mount Lawley in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That, subject to no objection being received from advertising the proposal, the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Right of Way 28047 being Lot 66, House Number 5R, John Street, Mount Lawley pursuant to Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 and to:
a.    Create the land as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’; and
b.    Grant a Management Order to the City of Stirling for the care, control and management of the Crown Reserve.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the acquisition action.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleAcquisition of Rights of Way 29019 and 29020, Being Lot 166, House Numbers 29R and 47R, York Street, Inglewood as Crown Land Managed by the City12.2/PRSE50522/020

Council Resolution

0522/020

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council AUTHORISES advertising of the proposed acquisition of Rights of Way 29019 and 29020, being Lot 166 on Plan 1658, House Numbers 39R and 47R, York Street, Inglewood in accordance with Section 52 of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That, subject to no objection being received from advertising the proposal, the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to acquire Rights of Way 29019 and 29020 being Lot 166, House Numbers 39R and 47R, York Street, Inglewood pursuant to Section 52(1)(b) of the Land Administration Act 1997 and to:
a.    Create the land as a Crown Reserve for the purpose of ‘Right of Way’; and
b.    Grant a Management Order to the City of Stirling for the care, control and management of the Crown Reserve.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED against any claims arising from the acquisition action.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleDedication of Pedestrian Accessway Lots 400 and 56, House Numbers 48 and 17P, Chesterfield Road, Mirrabooka As Road - Mirrabooka Town Activity Centre Plan12.2/PRSE60522/021

Council Resolution

0522/021

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the Pedestrian Accessway comprising:
a.    Crown Reserve 51034 being Lot 400 on Deposited Plan 65590 and being the whole of the land contained in Crown Land Title Volume LR3160 Folio 898; and
b.    Lot 56 on Diagram 71060 and being the whole of the land contained in Certificate of Title Volume 2821 Folio 271,
as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997.
2.    That Council RELINQUISHES the Management Order for Crown Reserve 51034.
3.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication action. 

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleNew Lease to Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club Inc.12.2/PRSE70522/022

Council Resolution

0522/022

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council APPROVES a new lease over portion of Crown Reserve 26132 being Lot 7366, House Number 1, Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley to Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club Inc. with the following essential terms:
a.    A term of five years;
b.    Annual rent at the commencement of the lease be set at $1,000 plus GST per annum; 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 the necessary documentation to effect this lease.
3.    That Council APPROVES that the Chief Executive Officer be granted delegated authority to enter into a new lease and any variation or extension of lease between the City and Inglewood Bowling and Sports Club Inc.
NB:    Absolute Majority Vote required at Council. 

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleSub Lease between Innaloo Sportsmens Club Incorporated and Sporties Fc Pty Ltd.12.2/PRSE80522/023

Council Resolution

0522/023

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That Council APPROVES a sub-lease between the Innaloo Sportsmen’s Club Incorporated and Sporties FC Pty Ltd over portion of Crown Reserve 24643 being Lot 6160, House Number 75, Birdwood Street, Innaloo with the following essential terms:
a.    An initial term expiring on 31 August 2024;
b.    A further term of three years commencing on 1 September 2024;
c.    Annual Rent to be set at $10,000 plus GST; and
d.    Rent to be reviewed at the end of the first term.
2.    That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the necessary documentation to effect the new sub-lease between Innaloo Sportsmen’s Club Inc. and Sporties FC Pty Ltd.
3.    That Council APPROVES for the Chief Executive Officer to be granted delegated authority to approve any renewal of the sub-lease and any variation or extension between Innaloo Sportsmen’s Club Incorporated and Sporties FC Pty Ltd for the premises known as Lot 6010, House Number 75, Birdwood Street, Innaloo. 
NB:    Absolute Majority Vote required at Council. 

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

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

Felicity FarrellyElizabeth ReElectors' General Meeting 2020/202113.10522/024, 0522/025

Council Resolution

0522/024

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re

1.    That the minutes of the Electors’ General Meeting 2020/2021 (as shown in Attachment 2) held Monday 28 March 2022, be RECEIVED.
2.    That Council PROCEEDS with the recommendations as outlined in 
Attachment 1, with the exception of Elector Motions 2, 8 and 16.

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

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

Council Resolution

0522/025

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Re

That a report be PRESENTED to Council providing an overview of on-road parking in the built up areas of Scarborough, Trigg, Karrinyup Shopping Precinct and along West Coast Drive including options on what short, medium and long term measures can be taken to improve the access on these roads enabling free-flowing traffic to be possible.

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

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

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Perkov

That Council affirms its commitment to the retention of the name Stirling and that Council acknowledges the receipt of the petitions signed by ratepayers to this end.

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

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

David LaganChris HattonCouncil Meeting June 2022 - Change of Date13.20522/028

Council Resolution

0522/028

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton

That Council:
a.    RESCHEDULES the Ordinary Council meeting to be held Tuesday 21 June 2022;
b.    RESCHEDULES the Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held Tuesday 14 June 2022;
c.    CALLS an Ordinary Council meeting to be held Tuesday 14 June 2022; and
d.        CALLS a Planning and Development Committee meeting to be held Tuesday 7     June 2022.

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

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

Elizabeth ReSuzanne MigdaleCouncil Submission on Statutory Review of the Food Act 200813.30522/029

Council Resolution

0522/029

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Council ENDORSES the City of Stirling formal submission on the Statutory Review of the Western Australian Food Act 2008 Consultation Paper to the Department of Health as shown in Attachment 1.

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

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

Stephanie ProudBianca SandriProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud JP - Natural Shade for the Administration Centre Forecourt14.10522/030

Council Resolution

0522/030

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Sandri

That a report be PREPARED to Council on a proposal to provide natural shade to the Administration Centre front forecourt, and review associated landscaping, for consideration in the 2022/2023 budget deliberations.

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

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

Elizabeth ReLisa ThorntonProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Elizabeth Re - Waste Management and Cloth Nappy Rebate Initiatives14.2 

Moved Councillor Re, seconded Councillor Thornton

That a report be PRESENTED to Council about the following matter:

That the City IMPLEMENTS a modern cloth nappy education and rebate program. The City will need to prepare a report covering the Modern Nappy Education and Rebate program to fully explore the financial implications. 

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

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

Felicity FarrellyTony KrsticevicProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - e-Scooter Trial Amendment14.30522/031

Council Resolution

0522/031

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

1.     That the City WORK with NEURON and affected community representatives to identify problem areas where health, safety and well-being concerns are prevalent by:

a.    Implementing night time curfews.
b.    Slower speed restrictions in certain areas

2.     That a quantitative and qualitative analysis be COMPLETED highlighting the benefits or issues associated with the introduction of the restrictions to inform the outcomes of the trial and report to Council.

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

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

Tony KrsticevicFelicity FarrellyProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Tony Krsticevic - Pedestrian Safety Along West Coast Drive14.40522/032

Council Resolution

0522/032

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That a report be PRESENTED to Council providing an overview of pedestrian safety along West Coast Drive including options on what short, medium and long term measures can be taken to improve pedestrian safety.

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

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

Tony KrsticevicFelicity FarrellyProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Tony Krsticevic - Closed Beach Access Paths / Stairs14.50522/033

Council Resolution

0522/033

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That a report be PRESENTED to Council providing an overview on all the currently closed beach access paths/stairs along the coastal strip, noting the following: 
a.    When was each path/stair closed. 
b.    Why was the path/stair closed (giving specific details of the event and damage caused). 
c.    When will the path/stair be opened again (giving indicative dates). 
d.    What is the cost of repairing each of the paths/stairs.

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

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

Tony KrsticevicFelicity FarrellyProposed Notice of Motion - Councillor Krsticevic - Scarborough Beach Entertainment Precinct Safety Measures14.60522/034

Council Resolution

0522/034

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That an Elected Member Workshop be HELD to provide an overview of recent anti-social behaviour issues within the Scarborough Beach Entertainment Precinct, the effectiveness of preventative measures implemented by the City and WA Police, and what further actions are required to ensure it remains a safe place for the community including (but not limited to) consideration of a permanent Police post.

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

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

5 April 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Keith SargentStephanie ProudStorage at Brighton Beach12.1/FPA10422/005

Council Resolution

0422/005

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That Item FPA1 – Storage at Brighton Beach be REFERRED to the Community and Resources Committee meeting to be held 26 April 2022, to allow the enclosed 
C-Breez Kiosk concept to be investigated more fully as a proposed storage area.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Keith SargentStephanie ProudFemale Sanitary Bins for Community Clubs12.1/FPA20422/006

Council Resolution

0422/006

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the City PROCEEDS with Option 3 - that the City provides the sanitary bin service to the changerooms as requested and covers the full cost. 

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

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 8 Ending 28 February 202212.1/F10422/007

Council Resolution

0422/007

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 8, 1 February – 28 February 2022 amounting to:
Municipal Fund    $29,015,044.37
Trust Fund               4,704.44
TOTAL    $29,019,748.81
be RECEIVED.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the Month Ending 28 February 202212.1/F20422/008

Council Resolution

0422/008

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 28 February 2022 be RECEIVED.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

Felicity FarrellyTony KrsticevicCouncil Submission on Main Roads WA Concept Design for West Coast Highway, Scarborough13.10422/009

Council Resolution

0422/009

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

That Council ADVISES Main Roads Western Australia that:
a.    Any long-term transport and access solution for Scarborough should be agreed with the City of Stirling following a detailed analysis of alternative transport options, including a tunnel solution, to understand land requirements, construction methodologies, disruption during works and resultant social, economic and environmental impacts for Scarborough.  
b.    The widening of the West Coast Highway road reservation should be informed by an Urban Design Study, in consultation with the City, to ensure the width of the road reservation is sufficient to accommodate:
i.    Alternative transport options, including a tunnel solution; 
ii.    A high-quality pedestrian and cyclist environment;
iii.    Street tree planting within both verges; and
iv.    Opportunities for street level activation.
c.    Community engagement on the long-term future of West Coast Highway, Scarborough should include details of all alternative transport and access options investigated to enable informed consideration and comment.

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

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

Tony KrsticevicElizabeth ReLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.124 - SCARBOROUGH REDEVELOPMENT AREA - TRANSFER OF PLANNING CONTROL OF THE SCARBOROUGH REDEVELOPMENT AREA INTO LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - INITIATION13.20422/010

Council Resolution

0422/010

Moved Councillor Krsticevic, seconded Councillor Re

1.    That pursuant to section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, Council PREPARES (Initiates) Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.124 as shown in Attachment 1, to transfer the planning control for the Scarborough Redevelopment Area back to the City of Stirling.
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.124 is a Complex Amendment as it introduces a development contribution area with an associated development contribution plan for the Scarborough Redevelopment Area.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.

Elizabeth ReKeith SargentCommunity Arts and Events Fund Policy ReviewCC10422/003

Council Resolution

0422/003

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Re 

1.    That Council ADOPTS the amended Community Arts and Events Fund Policy, as shown in Attachment 6, including the following key changes:
a.    Applications up to $5,000 being approved by the Director Community Development and reported through Council’s quarterly Audit process;
b.    Applications between $5,001 and $20,000 being reviewed by the Director Community Development and presented to Council for endorsement;
c.    Applications over $20,000 being presented to Council for review and approval;
d.    Inclusion of ‘Better Practice Principles’ as recommended within the Office of the Auditor General report on grants administration; and
e.    Value in-kind services being specifically identified and calculated as part of the total grant package value and reported through the Audit Committee.

2.    That Council ADOPTS the amended Sponsorship Policy, as shown in Attachment 7, including the following key changes:
a.    Submissions up to $5,000 being determined by the Director Community Development and reported through Council’s quarterly Audit process;
b.    Submissions between $5,001 and $20,000 being reviewed by the Director Community Development and presented to Council for endorsement;
c.    Submissions over $20,000 being presented to Council for review and approval; and
d.    Acknowledgements specifically including invitation/notification to the Mayor and Ward Councillors.

3.    That Council APPROVES a comprehensive review of the Community Arts and Events Fund Policy, Sponsorship Policy and Grants and Funding Policy, with a report to be PRESENTED to Council no later than December 2022.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Farrelly, Ferrante, Hatton, Krsticevic, Lagan, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Re, Sandri, Sargent and Mayor Irwin.
Against: Nil.
 

22 March 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.121 - LOT 196, HOUSE NUMBER 1, WATERLOO STREET, JOONDANNA - OUTCOMES OF ADVERTISING12.1/DS10322/036

Council Resolution

0322/036

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

1.    That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council SUPPORTS (without modification) Amendment No.121 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.121 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 (12/3).

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

Stephanie ProudDavid LaganPlanning Incentives for Tree Retention on Development Sites - Outcomes of Industry Consultation12.1/DS20322/037

Council Resolution

0322/037

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Lagan

1.    That Council NOTES the outcomes of consultation with the development industry for planning incentives to retain trees on development sites.
2.    That Council ENDORSES a review of Local Planning Policy 6.11 - Trees and Development to be undertaken in the 2022/2023 financial year, to consider, amongst other things, changes to improve tree retention on development sites.
3.    That Council NOTES that the City’s officers will IMPLEMENT a Priority Assessment process where a ‘standard’ development application proposes to retain Significant trees.
4.    That the City DEVELOPS and MAINTAINS a register of all existing Significant trees on-site, captured by clause 5.5.5 of the Scheme, where the retention of those existing trees is required by a condition of development approval.

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

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

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReRight of Way Management Strategy - Dedication of Rights of Way for Upgrade in the 2024/2025 Financial Year12.1/PRSE10322/038

Council Resolution

0322/038

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re

1.    That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following private Rights of Way as roads pursuant to Section 56(1)(c) of the Land Administration Act 1997:
a.    ROW 22001 being Lot 66 on Plan 2453 and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2821 Folio 208 as shown in Attachment 1 – Locality Plan A;
b.    ROW 16051, 16052 and 16063 being Lot 76 on Plan 4106 and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2762 Folio 511 as shown in Attachment 2 – Locality Plan B;
c.    ROW 27016 and 27017 being Lot 6 on Deposited Plan 35755 and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2227 Folio 151 as shown in Attachment 3 – Locality Plan C;
d.    ROW 15033 being Lot 1013 on Plan 3697 and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2762 Folio 133 as shown in Attachment 4 – Locality Plan D;
e.    ROW 16059 being Lot 1410 on Plan 2856 and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2737 Folio 255 as shown in Attachment 5 – Locality Plan E;
f.    ROW 28020 being Lot 609 on Plan 2877 and being part of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 4005 Folio 660 as shown in Attachment 6 – Locality Plan F; and
g.    ROW 27003, 28054 and 28055 being Lot 429 on Plan 2343 and being the whole of the land comprised in Certificate of Title Volume 2971 Folio 203 as shown in Attachment 7 – Locality Plan G.
2.    That the Minister for Lands be REQUESTED to dedicate the following land parcels as road pursuant to Section 56(1)(a) of the Land Administration Act 1997:
a.    Laneway widening abutting ROW 16051 comprising:
i.    Portion of Crown Reserve 51275 being Lot 301 on Strata Plan 63875 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3161 Folio 859; and
ii.    Portion of Crown Reserve 51275 being Lot 300 on Survey-Strata Plan 62565 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3162 Folio 484.

b.    Laneway abutting ROW 16063 comprising portion of Crown Reserve 51275 being Lots 800 and 801 on Survey-Strata Plan 60403 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Titles Volume LR3160 Folio 991 and Volume LR3160 Folio 992.
c.    Laneway abutting ROW 16059 comprising:
i.    Portion of Crown Reserve 49784 and being Lot 302 on Survey-Strata Plan and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3145 Folio 628; 
ii.    Portion of Crown Reserve 49784 being Lot 93 on Survey-Strata Plan 52555 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3151 Folio 222;
iii.    Portion of Crown Reserve 50324 being Lot 300 on Survey-Strata Plan 63738 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3163 Folio 493; and 
iv.    Portion of Crown Reserve 50324 being Lot 36 on Survey-Strata Plan 57928 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3157 Folio 423.
d.    Laneway abutting ROW 28020 comprising Crown Reserve 51515 being Lot 300 on Survey-Strata Plan 51224 and being the whole of the land comprised in Crown Land Title Volume LR3163 Folio 408.
3.    That Council ADVISES the Minister for Lands that any other land set aside for the purpose of widening the laneways as shown in Attachments 1 to 7 be included in the City’s dedication request that are the subject of this report.
4.    That the Minister for Lands be INDEMNIFIED from any claims arising from the dedication actions.
5.    That Council RELINQUISHES all Management Orders issued for the Crown Reserves that are the subject of this report

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

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

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - REVIEW OF LOCAL PLANNING POLICY 6.1 - ADVERTISING SIGNS - CONSENT TO ADVERTISE12.1/DS30322/040

Council Resolution

0322/040

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re

That Council AMENDS ‘Local Planning Policy 6.1 Advertising Signs’, as shown in Attachment 1, for the purpose of public advertising.

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

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

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReLicence Agreement Between North Beach Bowling Club Inc and Australian Postal Corporation Over Portion of Reserve 26022, Lot 7036, House Number 7C, Kitchener Street, North Beach12.1/PRSE20322/041

Council Resolution

0322/041

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re

1.    That Council APPROVES a new licence agreement between North Beach Bowling Club Inc and the Australian Postal Corporation over a portion of Crown Reserve 26022, being Lot 7036, House Number 7C, Kitchener Street, North Beach with the following essential terms:
a.    An initial term expiring on 31 March 2023;
b.    A further term of 12 months immediately following the first term;
c.    An annual Licence Fee of $4,000 plus GST; and
d.    The Licence to be for the sole purpose of delivery vehicle storage.
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.
3.    That authority be DELEGATED to the Chief Executive Officer to consider and approve any extension, variation or assignment of the Licence Agreement between North Beach Bowing Inc. and the Australia Postal Corporation, subject to consent of the Minister for Lands.

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

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

Stephanie ProudElizabeth ReNew Lease over Lots 102 and 1162, House Number 81 and 81A, Railway Parade, Mount Lawley12.1/9.10322/042

Council Resolution

0322/042

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Re

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 by an Absolute Majority Vote.

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleNotice of Motion - Councillor Stephanie Proud JP - Emergency Relief Donation - Lismore City Council 2022 East Coast Floods13.20322/043

Council Resolution

0322/043

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Council APPROVES a $10,000 donation to the Lismore City Council Flood Appeal to support their devastated community affected by the 2022 East Coast Floods.

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

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

David LaganBianca Sandri2021/2022 Statutory Budget Review13.10322/044

Council Resolution

0322/044

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Sandri

1.    That the 2021/2022 Statutory Budget Review be ADOPTED with the proposed budget and scope for the EV Feasibility Study reduced to $50,000, and the returned funds of $100,000 transferred to the Corporate Project Fund Reserve.
2.    That the proposed budget amendments as outlined in the 2021/2022 Mid-Year Budget Review documents be APPROVED, with the above amendment.
3.    That the transfer of $47,818 to the Corporate Project Fund of additional funds identified following the 2021/2022 Statutory Budget Review be APPROVED.

4.    That the reserve transfer of $3,500,000 from the Tamala Park Reserve to the Corporate Project Fund to fund the Hamersley Golf Course Project be DEFERRED to the 2022/2023 Budget.

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

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

Stephanie ProudSuzanne MigdaleCommercial leasing matter17.10322/045

Council Resolution

0322/045

Moved Councillor Proud, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

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

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

1 March 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
David LaganTony KrsticevicIndependent Auditor's Report - Financial Report as at 30 June 202112.1/EA10322/006

Council Resolution

0322/006

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

1. That Council RECEIVES the Audit Findings Report for the year ended 30 June 2021.
2. That the ‘moderate’ rated finding be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed, and the ‘minor’ rated observations be LISTED for review by the Executive Team until completion.

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

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

 

David LaganFelicity FarrellyCorporate Credit Card Usage 28 June 2021 to 28 December 202112.1/A10322/008

Council Resolution

0322/008

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Farrelly
That Council NOTES the usage of the City’s corporate credit cards by officers from
28 June to 28 December 2021.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

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

David LaganFelicity FarrellyInternal Auditor's Report12.1/IA10322/009

Council Resolution

0322/009

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council RECEIVES and ENDORSES the updated Internal Auditor’s 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, so they can be monitored by the Audit Committee. 

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

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

David LaganFelicity FarrellyLeisure Aquatic Facilities Internal Audit Report12.1/IA20322/010

Council Resolution

0322/010

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council RECEIVES the Leisure Aquatic Facilities’ Internal Audit Report as amended in Confidential Attachment 2.
2. That the ‘high’ rated observations be LISTED on the Management Action Plan for Audit Committee review until completed.

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

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

David LaganFelicity FarrellyQuarterly Strategic Risk Update12.1/CG10322/011

Council Resolution

0322/011

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Farrelly

That Council RECEIVES the City of Stirling Strategic Risk Report and City of Stirling Strategic Risks Key Risks Indicator Report.

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

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

David LaganFelicity Farrelly2021 Compliance Audit Return12.1/CG20322/012

Council Resolution

0322/012

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Farrelly

1. That Council ADOPTS the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries Compliance Audit Return for the period 1 January 2021 to
31 December 2021, as shown in Attachment 1.
2. That Council AUTHORISES the certification to be jointly completed by the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Local Government (Audit) Regulations 1996.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudRoad Safety Assessment - Karrinyup Shopping Centre12.2/ES10322/014

Council Resolution

0322/014

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the City COMPLETES a post opening Road Safety Assessment of traffic and parking issues for the roads immediately surrounding the Karrinyup Shopping Centre including Karrinyup Road, Francis Avenue, Burroughs Road and Davenport Street.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCity of Stirling Music Awards12.2/CC10322/015

Council Resolution

0322/015

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the City CONSULTS the West Australian Music Industry Association Inc and other stakeholders to further investigate the viability and format of the proposed City of Stirling Music Awards, and PRESENTS a further report for Council’s consideration in May 2022.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudCommunity Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund - 2022/2023 February Small Grants Round12.2/RL10322/016

Council Resolution

0322/016

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council ENDORSES the Community Sporting and Recreation Facilities Fund – 2022/2023 February Small Grants Round application for consideration by the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, as follows:

PRIORITY 1 – Synthetic Hockey Turf Feasibility Study.  Total project cost of $35,000 (excluding GST) with a CSRFF grant of $11,500. 
PRIORITY 2 – Inglewood Little Athletics Centre – Jumps Pits Upgrade. Total project cost of $75,960 (excluding GST) with a CSRFF grant of $25,320.

PRIORITY 3 – Scarborough Tennis Club – Floodlighting Upgrade. The project cost of $32,936.8 (excluding GST) with CSRFF grant of $10,979.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudRecycling Shoe Program12.2/WF10322/017

Council Resolution

0322/017

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council NOTES the contents of this report.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/0) by exception resolution.

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudSchedule of Accounts for Period 5 Ending 30 November 2021, Period 6 Ending 31 December 2021 and Period 7 Ending 31 January 202212.2/F10322/018

Council Resolution

0322/018

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 5, 1 November – 30 November 2021 amounting to:
Municipal Fund $44,863,736.10
TOTAL  $44,863,736.10
2. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 6, 1 December – 31 December 2021 amounting to:
Municipal Fund $47,481,627.30
Reserve Fund     7,062,942.99
TOTAL  $54,544,570.29
3. That the schedule of cheques drawn and payments made for Period 7, 1 January – 31 January 2022 amounting to:
 Municipal Fund $24,133,455.15
TOTAL  $24,133,455.15
be RECEIVED.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudMonthly Statement of Financial Activity for the months ending 31 January 2022, 31 December 2021 and 30 November 202112.2/F20322/019

Council Resolution

0322/019

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 January 2022 be RECEIVED.
2. That the monthly Statement of financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 31 December 2021 be RECEIVED.
3. That the monthly Statement of Financial Activity and other relevant Financial Reports for the month ending 30 November 2021 be RECEIVED.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudIFT40872 HVAC Maintenance Services12.2/TE10322/020

Council Resolution

0322/020

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the Tender for HVAC Maintenance Services be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudIFT41432 Conservation of Natural Areas12.2/TE20322/021

Council Resolution

0322/021

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the Tender for the Conservation of Natural Areas be ACCEPTED as detailed in confidential Attachment 1.

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudIFT 41826 - Design and Construction of New Carine Whitehouse Baseball Clubrooms12.2/TE30322/022

Council Resolution

0322/022

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council PROCEEDS in accordance with amended Recommendation Option 2 as contained in the confidential report (confidential attachment 1). 

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

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

Keith SargentStephanie ProudTender 41553 Scarborough Tennis Club Building Renewal12.2/TE40322/023

Council Resolution

0322/023

Moved Councillor Sargent, seconded Councillor Proud

That the Tender for the Scarborough Tennis Club Building Renewal be ACCEPTED as detailed in Confidential Attachment 1 - Evaluation and Recommendation.

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

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

15 February 2022

MovedSecondedTitleItemMinute No.Resolution
Felicity FarrellySuzanne MigdaleMeeting Procedures Local Law 202117.10222/014

Council Resolution

0222/014

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Migdale

That Council PROCEEDS with the confidential recommendation as outlined in the conclusion of this report.

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

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

Felicity FarrellyTony KrsticevicNotice of Motion - Councillor Felicity Farrelly - Walking and Cycling Path Safety Between Scarborough Beach and Trigg13.30222/012

Council Resolution

0222/012

Moved Councillor Farrelly, seconded Councillor Krsticevic

That the City DEVELOPS a strategy for the long-term implementation of a suitable walking and cycling facility between Scarborough and Trigg.

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

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

David LaganChris HattonAnnual Report 2020/2021 for Consideration13.20222/011

Council Resolution

0222/011

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton

That Council ACCEPTS the Annual Report of the City of Stirling for the year 2020/2021, incorporating the 2020/2021 Annual Financial Statements and the 2020/2021 Independent Auditor's Report.

The motion was put and declared CARRIED (14/1) by an Absolute Majority.

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

David LaganChris HattonLocal Government Act 1995 - Submission on Proposed Reforms13.10222/010

Council Resolution

0222/010

Moved Councillor Lagan, seconded Councillor Hatton

That Council ENDORSES and FORWARDS the City of Stirling formal Submission regarding the Local Government Act 1995 proposed reforms to the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries by 4 February 2022 and to WALGA by 12 January 2022, as shown in Attachment 3, with the following amendment:
a. Dot points 4, 5, 6, and 7 are to be REMOVED from the ‘City of Stirling Comments’ column in the table titled ‘2.6 Standardised Meeting Procedures, including Public Question Time’. 

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudNew Licence over Portion of Lot 7366, House Number 1, Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley to the Inglewood Mount Lawley Community Garden Inc12.1/PRSE10222/009

Council Resolution

0222/009

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council APPROVES the new licence over portion of Lot 7366, House Number 1, Stancliffe Street, Mount Lawley to the Inglewood Mount Lawley Community Garden Inc. with the following provisions:
a. A term of five years commencing upon execution of the licence, and subject to the consent of the Minister for Lands being first obtained; and
b. Rent at the commencement of the licence to be set at $1.00 per annum.
2. That AUTHORITY be given to the Mayor and Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix the Common Seal to the Licence between the City of Stirling and Inglewood Mount Lawley Community Garden Inc.
3. That Council APPROVES that the Chief Executive Officer be granted delegated authority to enter into a new licence and any variation or extension of licence between the City and Inglewood Mount Lawley Community Garden.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudOutcomes of Public Advertising For the Economic and Tourism Development Strategy 2021-202512.1/CF10222/008

Council Resolution

0222/008

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council ENDORSES the Economic and Tourism Development Strategy 2021 – 2025 with the ADDITION of the following new tasks:

a. 3.2.1 Develop and implement a Destination Plan including reviewing tourism infrastructure requirements in the City’s natural areas and increasing City promotion of natural attractions.
b. 3.3.6 Produce a Parking Plan for Scarborough Beach District Centre.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudPlanning for Tourism and Associated Guidelines Draft Position Statement - Proposed Submission12.1/DS30222/007

Council Resolution

0222/007

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

That Council ENDORSES the submission to the Western Australian Planning Commission on the ‘Planning for Tourism and associated Guidelines’ Position Statement, as shown in Attachment 1.
The motion was put and declared CARRIED (15/0) by exception resolution.

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING POLICY 6.15 - EXEMPTION FROM REQUIRING DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL - ADOPTION12.1/DS20222/006

Council Resolution

0222/006

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud


1. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council PROCEEDS with (adopts) amended Local Planning Policy 6.15 – ‘Exemption from Requiring Development Approval’ as contained in Attachment 1. 
2. That pursuant to the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, Council DETERMINES that the modifications to Local Planning Policy 6.15 – ‘Exemption from Requiring Development Approval’ identified in Attachment 2 are minor and therefore public consultation is not required. 

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleDavid LaganLOT 3, HOUSE NUMBER 34, CLIFTON CRESCENT, MOUNT LAWLEY - AMENDMENTS TO CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL OF EXISTING CHILD CARE PREMISES12.1/DS40222/004

"Council Resolution

0222/004

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Lagan


The Committee Recommends to Council
1. That pursuant to Clause 77 (4) of the Planning and Development (Local Planning Schemes) Regulations 2015, the application to amend the existing development approval (DA14/0279) at Lot 3, House Number 34, Clifton Crescent, Mount Lawley be APPROVED subject to the following conditions:

a. The number of children attending the Child Care Premises be limited to no more than 45 at any one time;
b. The total number of staff be restricted to no more than five at any time;
c. The operating hours of the Child Care Premises be limited to 7.00am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday; and
d. Notwithstanding condition c, the operating hours of the Child Care Premises are not permitted to coincide with the operating hours of the Place of Worship or the Social Hall which already operate from the subject site.

2. That pursuant to Clause 5.5 of the City’s Local Planning Scheme No.3, the cash-in-lieu contribution in relation to the additional three car parking bay shortfall be waived for the application at Lot 3, House Number 34, Clifton Crescent, Mount Lawley.

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

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

Suzanne MigdaleStephanie ProudLOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 AMENDMENT NO.124 - SCARBOROUGH REDEVELOPMENT AREA - TRANSFER OF PLANNING CONTROL OF THE SCARBOROUGH REDEVELOPMENT AREA INTO LOCAL PLANNING SCHEME NO.3 - INITIATION12.1/DS10222/003

Council Resolution

0222/003

Moved Councillor Migdale, seconded Councillor Proud

1. That Council DEFERS preparation of Local Planning Scheme No.3 Amendment No.124.
2. That the Chief Executive Officer WRITES to DevelopmentWA to request it re-draft the Scarborough Redevelopment Area Development Contribution Plan to modify the method of calculating development cost to also include a contribution rate that is proportionate to the number of storeys proposed.
Reason for change

There is community concern that developments being approved in the Scarborough Redevelopment Area, which propose building heights beyond base and bonus heights, should pay a greater contribution than that required by the existing Development Contribution Plan.

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

For: Councillors Creado, Ferrante, Hatton, Lagan, Migdale, Olow, Perkov, Proud, Sandri, Sargent and Thornton.
Against: Councillors Krsticevic, Re and Mayor Irwin.