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1.        Opening and Recognition of Traditional Custodians. 4

2.        Reading of Affirmation and Prayer. 4

3.        Apologies. 5

4.        Civic Ceremonies. 5

5.        Confirmation of Previous Meeting Minutes. 5

6.        Councillors Declarations of Interest/Conflict of Interest 5

7.        Meeting Closed to the Public: Release of Information to the Public. 5

There was no Confidential Council Meeting held on Wednesday 26 April therefore there was no information to be released to the public. 5

8.        Community Participation Time. 5

8.1     Questions on Notice. 5

Received from Geoff Williames. 5

8.2     Submissions. 7

9.        Petitions. 8

10.     Our Community. 9

10.1  Child Safety Policy. 9

10.2  Consideration of steps and resources required to restablish Youth Council 16

11.     Council Leadership and Management 43

11.1  Quarterly Performance Report Q3 2016/17. 43

12.     Infrastructure and Community Assets. 82

12.1  Review of Public Roads Register 82

13.     Growth and Prosperity. 169

14.     The Environment 169

15.     Notices of Motion.. 169

16.     Committee and Delegates Reports. 170

16.1  Place names advisory committee. 170

16.2  West gippsland regional library corporation Board. 170

16.3  MUNICIPAL Association of victoria (MAV) 170

17.     Assembly of Councillors. 171

17.1  Assembly of Councillors Report 171

18.     Mayoral Minute. 175

19.     General Business. 175


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   Baw Baw Shire Council

Council Meeting

10 May 2017

Minutes

 

Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of the Baw Baw Shire Council held in the

Trafalgar Council Chamber, commencing at 5.30pm on 10 May 2017.

 

 

Present

Cr J Gauci, Cr M Power, Cr D Wallace, Cr K Cook, Cr T Jones, Cr P Kostos, Cr M Leaney, Cr J O’Donnell

 

In Attendance

Mr P Cantillon     Interim Chief Executive Officer

Mr M Lewis           Acting Director Corporate and Community Services

Mr V Gupta           Acting Director Community Assets

Mr M Cripps         Director Planning and Economic Development

Ms J Oakley         Executive Manager, Community Information and Advocacy

Mr P Harris          Manager Council Business

Ms K Evans         Governance Advisor

Ms D Foenander Executive Assistant, Director Corporate and Community Services

 

 

 

1.      Opening and Recognition of Traditional Custodians

Cr Gauci opened the meeting with recognition of the traditional custodians being, I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we are meeting and pay my respects to their Elders both past and present.

 

2.      Reading of Affirmation and Prayer

Cr Gauci read the Councillors affirmation, being, ‘We now pause to reflect upon the solemn responsibilities conferred on us by the Parliament of Victoria through the Local Government Act (1989). 

We acknowledge that it is the responsibility of local government to ensure the peace, order and good governance of our Shire. 

We are to be responsible and accountable to our community here in Baw Baw Shire through good governance and leadership. 

 Almighty God,

Give wisdom and understanding to the members of this Baw Baw Shire Council.

In all our deliberations help each of us to listen carefully, perceive the best course of action have courage to pursue it and grace to accomplish it.

Amen

 

3.      Apologies 

 Cr D Goss  

 

4.      Civic Ceremonies

No Civic Ceremonies were held.     

 

5.      Confirmation of Previous Meeting Minutes

 

COUNCIL MOTION

 

Moved:              Cr D Wallace

Seconded:        Cr P Kostos

 

 

That the minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 26 April 2017 be confirmed.

 

CARRIED

 

6.      Councillors Declarations of Interest/Conflict of Interest

No conflicts of interest were declared.

 

7.      Meeting Closed to the Public: Release of Information to the Public 

There was no Confidential Council Meeting held on Wednesday 10 May therefore there was no information to be released to the public.

  

8.      Community Participation Time

8.1       Questions on Notice

Received from Geoff Williames

1. Who is responsible for country unsealed roads in the Baw Baw Shire and specifically who is responsible for Butlers Track?

2. What is the intended length of time between grading un sealed roads to maintain the crown and avoid erosion, corrugations and pot holes?

3. What is the annual budget set aside for grading Butlers Track per annum?

·         Who is paid to carry out this work?

·         Who is specifically responsible to ensure the grading work & re topping is carried out?

·         Please list the individuals responsible with contact details.

·         Please advise who is responsible in the Baw Baw Shire to inspect road conditions and inspect after the maintenance has been carried?

4. As the rate payers on Butlers Track have had long term involvement with road construction and maintenance, would council consider a rate offset for the Butlers Track Rate Payers to effect the necessary grading and re sheeting on an annual basis?

 

Council’s road network includes 700km of unsealed roads and as such there are always roads with similar calls for Council to undertake routine road maintenance grading works.

Roads in Baw Baw Shire are maintained in accordance with Council’s Road Management Plan (RMP). This plan sets out Council’s obligations in terms of managing its road assets, including inspection regimes, maintenance and repairs.

The RMP provides the description of the various types of defects that can occur on our road network and the relevant maximum response times for any remedial maintenance works required to be undertaken in order to rectify these defects.

MACA Infrastructure commenced the current routine road maintenance contract 1 July 2015. They are responsible for undertaking routine road maintenance activities in accordance with the contract and the RMP. This contract is a lump sum contract and all works are to be carried out in accordance with the contract specification and RMP requirements. Council’s Road Network Team undertake sample inspections of roads across the road network. These include roads which have recently been inspected and roads were works have been completed.

Additional capital works such as crushed rock resheets such as that undertaken in 2013/2014 are undertaken outside of this contract and managed by Council.

An inspection was undertaken at the time of your request and a number of defects were logged. These defects, including grading have been programmed for rectifying in accordance with the timeframes specified in the RMP.

The condition of the road is being monitored and further remedial works undertaken if required.

Council’s Road Network team are continuing to work with the road maintenance contractor in the development of the gravel road grading program and to improve the consistency of the maintenance works undertaken.

Rates are a statutory levy and therefore not designed to be applied for offset purposes.

 

8.2       Submissions

There were no submissions.


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9.      Petitions

Nil Reports

 

 

 

 


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10.    Our Community

10.1    Child Safety Policy

Family and Children Services Coordinator

Directorate:  Corporate and Community Services

 

Ward:         

 

Appendix:     1 attachment

       

 

purpose

To seek endorsement of the Child Safety Policy

RECOMMENDATION

That Council endorse the Child Safety Policy for implementation in Baw Baw Shire  

 

COUNCIL MOTION

Moved:              Cr K Cook

Seconded:        Cr T Jones

 

 

Cr Jones called for a division

 

For:                Councillors K Cook, J Gauci, T Jones, P Kostos, M Power, M Leaney, D Wallace and J O’Donnell

Against:        Nil

carried

Key POINTS/Issues

·    The Victorian Government has introduced Child Safe Standards to improve the way organisations prevent and respond to child abuse.   These standards are compulsory for all organisations providing services to children.

 

·    The Child Safe Standards (CSS) include a list of seven principle-based standards, and Council is required to be compliant with these standards immediately.  Compliance with these standards will be audited through the State Government’s Commission for Children and Young People.

 

·    Standard 2 requires all organisations to have ‘a child safe policy or statement of commitment to child safety’.

 

·    A Child Safe Policy or Statement of Commitment is a written document that communicates the organisation’s approach to providing a safe environment for children.

 

·    Whilst the minimum standard only requires that Baw Baw Shire Council has either a Statement of Commitment or a CSS policy, the three Child Safety Champions have elected to develop both.  The intent in doing this is to demonstrate Baw Baw’s strong and clear position on child safety. 

 

·    The Statement of Commitment developed by the Child Safety Champions is as follows:

“Baw Baw Shire Council is committed to providing a safe environment for children.  Council has zero tolerance towards child abuse, and is committed to protecting the physical, emotional, cultural and social wellbeing of all children.  Council has policies and systems to protect children, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated seriously.  Baw Baw Shire Council acknowledges that children’s safety is a whole of community responsibility and is everyone’s business.” 

 

·    The Child Safety Policy has also been developed and is included as Appendix A. 

Triple Bottom Line Implications

COMMUNITY IMPACT

·    The protection of children is vital within any community.  As an organisation providing services to children, Council has a responsibility to work towards the safeguarding of all children.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

·    None

FINANCIAL IMPACT

·    There is no financial impact at this stage.  However, non-compliance with the CSS may result in funding of child related services being withdrawn.

Consultation

·    No community consultation has been undertaken at this time.  However, feedback from staff who undertook the CSS training in December, as well as the Executive Leadership Team and Human Resources team has been incorporated into the policy.

Legal/Council Plan/Policy Impact

COUNCIL PLAN

This report assists with the achievement of the key strategic objective as set out in the Council Plan 2013-2017:

Our Community

1.2       Dynamic, vibrant and inclusive communities

1.3       Enhanced quality of life

 

Council Leadership and Management

2.2       Council is community focused, engaged and accountable

 

CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

This report has been reviewed under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities and is considered compatible.

LEGAL

·    Council’s responsibilities to comply with Child Safe Standards fall under the Child Wellbeing and Safety Amendment (Child Safe Standards) Act 2015

·    Council will be audited on Child Safety Standards.  Failure to meet standards may leave Council vulnerable to legal action

POLICY IMPACTS

·    Standard 2 of the Child Safety Standards requires Council to adopt a Child Safe Policy or Statement of Commitment to child safety

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

No officer involved in the preparation of this report has a disclosable interest.

 

 

 


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10.2    Consideration of steps and resources required to restablish Youth Council

Community Development Officer

Directorate:  Planning and Economic Development

 

Ward:          all

 

Appendix:     3 attachments

       

 

purpose

To provide Council with a report on the steps and resources required to re-establish Youth Council. 

 

REcommendation

 

That Council notes the report. 

 

 

COUNCIL MOTION

 

Moved:              Cr J O’Donnell

Seconded:        Cr D Wallace

 

CARRIED

Key POINTS/Issues

·    At the 8 February 2017 Ordinary Council Meeting, Council resolved to have Council officers prepare a report advising Council of the steps and resources required to re-establish the Baw Baw Youth Council.

·    Officers have undertaken benchmarking with other councils and have made recommendations regarding the resources required, including staffing and funding.

·    Officers have also identified the steps required to re-establish a Youth Council and estimated timelines associated with each action (Attachment One). A summary of the steps required is below:

o Recruitment of a dedicated youth officer and a temporary support staff member;

o Development of a marketing and event plan to recruit young people to be involved in the Youth Council;

o Update the Baw Baw Youth Charter;

o Develop a training calendar and associated materials to train the Youth Council;

o Finalise the Youth Council model, including a terms of reference;

o Advertise for and select Youth Councillors; and

o Commence a meeting schedule.

·    The Baw Baw Youth Charter was developed in 2005 and refined in 2008 (Attachment Two). The Charter recognises ‘youth’ as young people between the ages of 12 and 25.

·    Youth in rural and regional areas have lower health and welfare outcomes. A 2015 youth survey undertaken by Headspace in Baw Baw Shire shows young people’s key concerns to be mental health, drugs and alcohol, study and employment, family and friendships, sexual health, physical health, community and driver safety, transport, art, music and events.

·    Baw Baw Shire Council operated a Youth Action Committee until 2013. The Terms of Reference are attached (Attachment Three).

·    The Baw Baw Shire Youth Action Committee Annual Report 2011/12 provides a synopsis of challenges faced by the Committee. It states that “True youth leadership encourages feelings of belonging, responsibility, pride and the feeling that one has made a difference.”

Triple Bottom Line Implications

COMMUNITY IMPACT

A Youth Council must be empowered to identify areas in which Council can impact on the lives of young people and be responsive to their needs.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

The consideration of development and implementation of a Youth Council will not have any identifiable environmental impact.

FINANCIAL IMPACT

·    It is estimated that to support a fully functional Youth Council the following additional resources are required:

o 1 EFT Band 6 ongoing Community Development Officer (Youth) –approximate cost of $93,000.

o 0.5 EFT Band 4 Community Development Officer (Project Support) for a 6 month contract to support initial setup – approximate cost of $35,000.

o A recurring budget of approximately $20,000 to support initial setup, training and the initial project. It is important to note that future FreeZA funding will be considered as part of a separate report. 

Consultation

·    Benchmarking was completed against the models at Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, Latrobe City Council and Wellington Shire Council. 

·    Community consultation has not been undertaken in developing an options paper.

Legal/Council Plan/Policy Impact

COUNCIL PLAN

This program assists with the achievement of the key strategic objective as set out in the Council Plan 2013-2017:

Strategic Objective 1: Our Community

 

1.2       Dynamic, vibrant and inclusive communities.

 

CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

This report has been reviewed under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities and is considered compatible.

LEGAL

·    Council will need to consider the Commission for Children and Young People Act 2012 and implications under the Child Safe Policy.  

·    The establishment of Youth Council would fit within the guidelines of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, in which Australia is a signatory of the charter.

POLICY IMPACTS

The Baw Baw Youth Charter 2005 (revised addition 2008) will be revised should a Youth Council be re-established.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

No officer involved in the preparation of this report has a disclosable interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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11.    Council Leadership and Management

11.1    Quarterly Performance Report Q3 2016/17

Corporate Planner, Finance Manager  

Directorate:  Chief Executive Officer, Corporate and Community Services

 

Ward:         

 

Appendix:     3 attachments

       

 

purpose

To provide the Councillors with the Quarterly Performance Report.

REcommendation

That Council notes the Quarterly Performance Report.

 

COUNCIL MOTION

 

Moved:              Cr D Wallace

Seconded:        Cr M Power

CARRIED

Key POINTS/Issues

·        A performance report is prepared at the end of each quarter of the financial year, and it briefs the Council and the community on Council’s progress towards its strategic objectives as set out in the Council Plan 2013 – 2017.

·        The quarterly performance report is made up of a number of separate reports as follows: 

Ø  Progress on the actions contained in the Council Plan for the 2016/17 year.

Ø  Key Performance Indicators including the statutory Local Government Performance Reporting Framework measures contained in the Local Government Act.

Ø  Financial Statements, including income statement, capital works statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement.

Ø  Procurement report.

Ø  A report on actions taken with respect to recommendations contained in internal audit reports (‘Internal Audit Progress Report’).

·        Targets included for KPIs are based on last year’s results or where a specific target exists in the Council Plan. These will be refined as our understanding of performance range improves over time.

Council Plan actions:

·        A total of 34 projects are included in the Council Plan report, and these are the key projects nominated in the Council Plan and Budget for the 2016/17 year.

·        Of these projects, six are completed, 25 are in progress and two ongoing, and one has been deferred.

·        Projects completed year to date:

Ø  Baw Baw Leisure Centre redevelopment, Warragul.

Ø  The 2016 local government elections.

Ø  Pricing policy for council land and buildings.

Ø  Revaluation of the property data base.

Ø  Daveys Road Bridge reconstruction, Willowgrove.

Ø  Princes Way pedestrian crossing construction, Drouin.

·        Projects deferred: the development of a Local Emergency Action Plan for the Neerim South community. Consultation has been conducted indicating limited interest to participate in the project at this stage.

Triple Bottom Line Implications

The Quarterly Report provides an overview of Council’s performance with respect to the Council Plan.

Consultation

The Quarterly Performance Report will be available to the community via the published Council Papers on the Baw Baw Shire Council website.

Legal/Council Plan/Policy Impact

COUNCIL PLAN

This integrated quarterly report assists with the achievement of the key strategic objectives as set out in the Council Plan 2013 – 2017:

Strategic Objective 2.1 Financial Responsibility and responsible management of Council resources and people.

CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

This integrated quarterly report has been reviewed under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities and is considered compatible.

LEGAL

Council is required to report regularly on its performance.  The Quarterly Performance report meets this requirement.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

No officer involved in the preparation of this report has a disclosable interest.

 

 

 


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12.    Infrastructure and Community Assets

12.1    Review of Public Roads Register

Road Network Coordinator

Directorate:  Community Assets

 

Ward:          Shire wide

 

Appendix:     4 attachments

       

 

purpose

To consider the changes to the Public Roads Register incorporating additional roads added through subdivision developments and resident requests.

REcommendation

That Council:

1.              Accepts the proposed roads listed in Attachment 2 which has been assessed in accordance with the Register of Public Roads & Hierarchy Policy, and Register of Public Roads & Hierarchy Procedure from subdivision developments and public requests to be included onto the Public Roads Register; and

2.              Adopts the revised Register of Public Roads inclusive of roads from subdivision developments and public requests in Attachment 4 effective from 1 July 2017; and

3.              Notes the cost implications associated with this review of the Public Roads Register on the Annual Budget and the annual contract sum for Contract 21501 Routine Road Maintenance Services effective from 1 July 2017.

 

COUNCIL MOTION

 

Moved:              Cr M Leaney

Seconded:        Cr K Cook

 

 

 

CARRIED

Key POINTS/Issues

·    The current Road Management Plan (RMP) version 5, was adopted by Council on 3 July 2013. Public Submissions have been invited on the Draft RMP Version 6 until 14 April 2017.

·    The Register of Public Roads & Hierarchy Policy and Procedure (Attachment 1) was adopted by Council on 23 May 2012.

·    Council’s Public Roads Register (PRR) was first compiled in 2004 in accordance with the requirements of the Road Management Act 2004 (Act).

·    The review of the PRR is undertaken annually around March and subsequently applied at the start of the next financial year. Any additions to the PRR are then reflected in the annual contract sum adjustment to the Contract 21501CT Routine Road Maintenance Services.

·    The current review of the PRR considers roads constructed in subdivision developments and requests received to carry out road maintenance works due to changes to land use developments.

·    These roads were assessed in accordance with the Register of Public Roads & Hierarchy Policy and the Register of Public Roads & Hierarchy Procedure against the stated criteria for ‘general public use’ within the meaning of the Act has been included in Attachment 2.

·    The review methodology is in the Officers Report as Attachment 3.

·    This review has shown the overall length of the network increased with the addition of 5.13km of sealed roads and 4.89 km of unsealed roads.

·    The revised Register of Public Roads (PRR) which includes roads from subdivision developments and public requests are included in Attachment 4.

Triple Bottom Line Implications

COMMUNITY IMPACT

·    Road maintenance activities conducted under the Routine Road Maintenance Services Contract will improve the road users’ safety and provide a positive impact for abutting property owners with improved vehicle access and road amenity.

·    The community, road users and emergency services that are affected by the condition of some roads across the shire routinely make representations to Council.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

All road construction and maintenance activities will incorporate the requirements of approved technical specifications and Council’s Roadside Conservation Management Plan.

FINANCIAL IMPACT

Attachment 2 lists the roads for Council to consider for inclusion onto the revised PRR. It also provides the operating, maintenance and estimated capital upgrade costs for each road so that Council is aware of the financial implications.

Operating Cost Implications

The ongoing operating cost to manage the proposed inclusion of the additional roads is estimated at $1,904 per year based on $190/km per year.

Maintenance Cost Implications

·     Based on the Routine Road Maintenance Services Contract 21501 the annual maintenance costs for the unsealed and sealed roads are $2,010/km and $2,450/km respectively.

·     The maintenance costs for the unsealed and new subdivision roads listed in Attachment 2 are $9,831 and $12,569 per year respectively. The increased maintenance cost effective from 1 July 2017 for the revised PRR is $22,399.

·     This has been allowed for in the draft 2017-2018 budget. These contract rates are subject to annual CPI adjustments and therefore the ongoing maintenance costs will increase accordingly.

Capital Cost Implications

·     Section 40(2) of the Act does not impose a statutory duty for Council to upgrade a road or to maintain a road to a higher standard than the standard to which the road is constructed.

·     However, Council officers have prepared typical cost estimates to the amount of $611,375 for the capital upgrade of these non-maintained roads in Attachment 2.

·     It is noted that the upgrade cost for some roads such as Camp Hill Road and Tainsh Track may be considerably higher than what is indicted in attachment 2 due to the extremely steep terrain.

Consultation

·     The revised PRR compiled from new subdivision developments and public requests, on-site inspections and evaluated in accordance with the adopted Register of Public Roads & Hierarchy Policy and Procedure.

·     No public submissions were received on the PRR during the public consultation of the draft RMP version 6.

Legal/Council Plan/Policy Impact

COUNCIL PLAN

This review of the Public Roads Register assists with the achievement of the key strategic objective as set out in the Council Plan 2013-2017:

Strategic Objectives:

1.1      Delivering affordable and quality services to the community.

2.1       Financial responsibility and responsible management of Council      resources and people.

3.2       Investing in quality and affordable community assets which are         balanced against the growing needs of the community.

CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

This review of the Public Roads Register has been reviewed under the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities and is considered compatible.

LEGAL

·        Council is the designated “Coordinating Road Authority” for municipal roads within the Shire and is charged with the responsibility to provide the public and other road users with a safe and efficient road network in accordance with the RMP.

·        The RMP sets inspection intervals and response times as well as stating management systems which Council will implement to ensure that its responsibilities within the Road Management Act 2004 are met.

POLICY IMPACTS

Council’s RMP is the means by which it has the “policy defence” embodied in Section 103 of the Road Management Act 2004. The purposes of a RMP are to:

·        Establish a management system for the road management functions of a road authority which is based on policy and operational objectives and available resources; and

·        Set the relevant standard in relation to the discharge of duties in the performance of those road management functions.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST DECLARATION

No officer involved in the preparation of this report has a disclosable interest.


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13.    Growth and Prosperity

Nil Reports

 

 

 

14.    The Environment

Nil Reports

 

 

 

15.    Notices of Motion

Nil Reports

 

 

 

 


16.    Committee and Delegates Reports

 

16.1    Place names advisory committee

Cr Cook provided Council with an update on the Place Names Advisory Committee Meeting that he attended Monday, 1 May 2017. 

 

16.2    West gippsland regional library corporation Board

Cr Power provided Council with an update on the West Gippsland Regional Library Corporation Board Meeting that she attended on Friday 5 May 2017.  

 

16.3    MUNICIPAL Association of victoria (MAV)

Cr O’Donnell provided Council with an update on the MAV as the Councillor delegate.

 

 


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17.    Assembly of Councillors

17.1    Assembly of Councillors Report

Governance Advisor

Directorate:  Corporate and Community Services

 

Ward:          All

 

Appendix:     3 attachments

       

 

purpose

To present the written records of Assemblies of Councillors that have occurred.

REcommendation

That Council receives and notes the Assembly of Councillors records tabled for the period from Friday 21 April 2017 – Friday 5 May 2017.

 

COUNCIL MOTION

 

Moved:              Cr P Kostos

Seconded:        Cr M Leaney

 

 

 

CARRIED

Key POINTS/Issues

The Local Government Act 1989 requires that the written record of an assembly of councillors be, as soon as practicable, reported at an ordinary meeting of the Council and incorporated into the minutes of that meeting.


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18.    Mayoral Minute

 

19.    General Business

 Nil General Business items.   

 

 

 

 


Meeting closed at 6.04pm.

 

Confirmed at this meeting 24 May 2017

 

 

Cr J Gauci

Mayor