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ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD AT CROSSING INN, FITZROY CROSSING ON THURSDAY 30TH JUNE, 2011 MINUTES SHIRE OF DERBY/WEST KIMBERLEY COUNCIL MEETING DATES 2011 At the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 25th November, 2010, the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley’s Meeting dates for 2011 were adopted as follows:- JANUARY, 2011 COUNCIL IN RECESS 24/2/2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby 31/3/2011 1.00 p.m. Fitzroy Crossing 28/4/2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby 26/5/2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby 30/6/2011 1.00 p.m. Fitzroy Crossing 28/7/2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby 25/8/2011 1.00 p.m. Aboriginal Community / Pastoral Station (to be advised) 29/9/ 2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby 27/10/2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby 24/11/2011 1.00 p.m. Fitzroy Crossing 15/12/2011 5.30 p.m. Council Chambers, Derby [Note – all meeting dates are on a Thursday.] Council’s Audit Committee meets when required. Details of those meetings will be advertised at the appropriate times. Shane Burge CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER NOTE: Councillors wishing to make alternative motions to officer recommendations are requested to provide notice of such motions in written form to the Minutes Secretary prior to the Council Meeting. SHIRE OF DERBY/WEST KIMBERLEY TABLE OF CONTENTS - ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL THURSDAY 30TH JUNE, 2011 1.0 DECLARATION OF OPENING/ANNOUNCEMENT OF VISITORS ............................................... 1 2.0 RECORD OF ATTENDANCE / APOLOGIES / APPROVED LEAVE OF ABSENCE .................... 1 3.0 RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS PUBLIC QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE … (GR/1) .................. 2 4.0 PUBLIC QUESTION TIME ...................................................................................................................... 2 5.0 APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE ...................................................................................... 2 6.0 PETITIONS / DEPUTATIONS / PRESENTATIONS / SUBMISSIONS ............................................. 3 6.1 FITZROY VALLEY DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL – SKATE PARK ...................................................... 3 7.0 CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS......................................................... 3 7.1 ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD ON 26.5.2011 .............................................................. 3 7.2 SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD ON 16.6.2011 ................................................................... 4 8.0 ANNOUNCEMENTS BY PRESIDING PERSON WITHOUT DISCUSSION .................................... 4 9.0 DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS ..................................................................................... 4 9.1 DECLARATIONS OF FINANCIAL INTERESTS – LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 5.60A ...................................... 4 9.2 DECLARATIONS OF PROXIMITY INTERESTS – LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT SECTION 5.60B ....................... 4 9.3 DECLARATIONS OF IMPARTIALITY INTERESTS – ADMIN. REGULATIONS SECTION 34C ............................ 4 10.0 MATTERS FOR WHICH MEETING MIGHT BE CLOSED .......................................................... 4 11.0 REPORTS ............................................................................................................................................... 5 11.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER ......................................................................................................... 5 11.1.1 FRIENDS OF WHARFINGER HOUSE MUSEUM - CARETAKER ........................................ 5 11.1.2 LOCAL LAW REVIEW – Waste Services Local Law 2011 ...................................................... 8 11.2 CORPORATE SERVICES ................................................................................................................ 22 11.2.1 MONTHLY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REPORT – MAY 2011 .......................................... 22 11.2.2 PROPOSED PLAN FOR THE FUTURE OF THE DISTRICT (FOR THE PERIOD 2011/12 – 2020/21) .................................................................................................................. 23 11.2.3 DEED OF SURRENDER AND RELEASE FOR CURTIN AIRPORT JET FUELLING FACILITY................................................................................................................................. 30 11.2.4 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES ................................................................................ 33 11.2.5 ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT .................................................................................................. 38 11.3 TECHNICAL SERVICES ................................................................................................................. 64 11.4 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES .......................................................................................................... 64 11.4.1 DERBY DEVELOPMENT GUIDE PLAN – VARIOUS LOTS GUILDFORD & FITZROY STREETS, DERBY. .................................................................................................................. 64 11.4.2 KIMBERLEY ENTRANCE CARAVAN PARK – TEN (10) ON-SITE CABINS ....................... 77 11.4.3 PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TPS No.5:- AMENDMENT No.18. LOT 1415 ALFONSAS STREET, DERBY ................................................................................................ 86 11.5 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & RECREATION SERVICES................................................. 102 Table of Contents - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 ii 12.0 MOTIONS OF WHICH PREVIOUS NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN .......................................... 102 13.0 QUESTIONS BY MEMBERS FOR WHICH DUE NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN..................... 102 14.0 NEW BUSINESS OF AN URGENT NATURE APPROVED BY PRESIDING PERSON OR BY DECISION OF MEETING .............................................................................................................. 103 14.1 RATES MODELLING – 2011/2012 ........................................................................................... 103 15.0 MATTERS BEHIND CLOSED DOORS ......................................................................................... 114 16.0 CLOSURE OF MEETING ................................................................................................................ 114 ORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES 1.0 DECLARATION OF OPENING/ANNOUNCEMENT OF VISITORS 1.09 p.m. - The President declared the meeting open. 2.0 RECORD OF ATTENDANCE / APOLOGIES / APPROVED LEAVE OF ABSENCE Elected Members: Cr. E. Archer, President Cr. P. White, Deputy President Cr. P. Kneebone Cr. C. Travers Cr. I. Prouse Cr. R. Sullivan Cr. A. Kogolo Staff: Mr. S. Burge, Chief Executive Officer Mr. M. Cuthbert, Executive Manager, Corporate Services Mr. B. Isbister, Executive Manager, Community Development Mr. W. Neate, Executive Manager, Technical & Development Services Mr. N. Myers, Planner Ms. E. Paull, Minutes Secretary Visitors: Mr. Nathan Dines, Teacher, Fitzroy Valley District High School Mr. Danny Powdrill ) Students, Fitzroy Valley Mr. Mark Powdrill ) District High School Gallery: Members of the public. Apologies: Cr. P. McCumstie On Leave of Absence: Nil Absent: Nil Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 2 3.0 RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS PUBLIC QUESTIONS TAKEN ON NOTICE … (GR/1) There were no questions taken on notice at the previous meeting. 4.0 PUBLIC QUESTION TIME [Note: members of the public are advised that Public Question Time is for the asking of questions and not for the purpose of making a public statement. Further, any comments made by a member of the public are deemed to be a matter of public record as they are minuted by Council. As such members of the public are advised that they are deemed to be held personally responsible and legally liable for any comments made by them that might be construed as defamatory or otherwise considered offensive by any other party.] 1.09 p.m. - Public Question Time commenced 1.09 p.m. - Public Question Time concluded 5.0 APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE 5.1 APPLICATION FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE – CR. P. KNEEBONE Cr. P. Kneebone has sought leave of absence from the July, 2011 Ordinary Meeting of Council for personal reasons. COUNCIL DECISION – ITEM 5.1 – MINUTE NO. 84/2011: Moved: Cr. P. White Seconded: Cr. C. Travers That Cr. P. Kneebone be granted leave of absence from the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 28th July, 2011. CARRIED 7/0 [Note: An application for leave requires a Council resolution per Section 2.25 of the Local Government Act 1995: Council may grant approval for leave of absence for a member for Ordinary Council Meetings but not for more than six consecutive meetings without the approval of the Minister. This approval must be by Council resolution and differs from the situation where a member records his/her apologies for the meeting. A failure to observe the requirements of the Act that relates to absence from meetings can lead to an elected member being disqualified should he/she be absent without leave for three consecutive meetings]. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 3 6.0 PETITIONS / DEPUTATIONS / PRESENTATIONS / SUBMISSIONS 6.1 FITZROY VALLEY DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL – SKATE PARK Mr. Nathan Dines, a teacher at the Fitzroy Valley District High School advised that the school is working toward the establishment of a skate park in an effort to improve attendance which in turn will improve the literacy and numeracy of students. The Middle School boys have written some letters regarding skate ramps, health and physical education and the protective aspects to skateboarding. They have also outlined the need for land for the project and funding assistance. This has been a holistic project for the boys in terms of writing petitions, questionnaires etc. Mr. Dines introduced two of his students Danny and Mark Powdrill who formally presented 7 letters and a questionnaire to Council on behalf of the Middle School boys. The President thanked Mr. Dines and students for attending and the CEO undertook to provide a response. 7.0 CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS 7.1 ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD ON 26.5.2011 COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 7.1 MINUTE NO. 85/2011: Moved: Cr. I. Prouse Seconded: Cr. C. Travers That the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley held at Derby on 26th May, 2011 be confirmed. CARRIED 7/0 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 4 7.2 SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL HELD ON 16.6.2011 COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 7.2 MINUTE NO. 86/2011: Moved: Cr. R. Sullivan Seconded: Cr. I. Prouse That the Minutes of the Special Meeting of the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley held at Derby on 16th June, 2011 be confirmed. CARRIED 7/0 8.0 ANNOUNCEMENTS BY PRESIDING PERSON WITHOUT DISCUSSION Nil. 9.0 DECLARATION OF MEMBERS INTERESTS 9.1 Declarations of Financial Interests – Local Government Act 5.60A Nil. 9.2 Declarations of Proximity Interests – Local Government Act Section 5.60B Item 11.4.3 – Cr. C. Travers 9.3 Declarations of Impartiality Interests – Admin. Regulations Section 34C Nil. 10.0 MATTERS FOR WHICH MEETING MIGHT BE CLOSED Nil. [Note: The matters that may be listed here are those considered by a Councillor or Councillors as being in addition to the items already identified by staff as needing to be considered behind closed doors.] Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 5 11.0 REPORTS 11.1 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 11.1.1 FRIENDS OF WHARFINGER HOUSE MUSEUM - CARETAKER Location / Address: Wharfinger House Museum – Elder Street, Derby Name of Applicant / Owner: Friends of Wharfinger House Museum File Reference: A 105270 Author: Shane Burge, Chief Executive Officer Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 17th June, 2011 SUMMARY: This report seeks Council approval for the Friends of Wharfinger House to allow a caretaker to reside within a caravan at Wharfinger House Museum. BACKGROUND: The Bungarun Work Camp crew has maintained the grounds in the past however they are no longer available and the surrounds at Wharfinger House have become unkempt and unsightly. The lack of security and problems with squatters in the recent past add to the need for a caretaker. STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Regulation 11 of the Caravan Parks and Camping Ground Regulations 1997 note the following: (2) Written approval may be given for a person to camp on land referred to in subregulation (1)(a) for a period specified in the approval which is longer than 3 nights — (a) by the local government of the district where the land is situated, if such approval will not result in the land being camped on for longer than 3 months in any period of 12 months; Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 6 POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Nil STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community A significant number of tourists visit Wharfinger House Museum each year and presenting the property in its best light can only serve to attract more visitors to the town. 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity Nil CONSULTATION: The Derby Visitor Centre, on behalf of Friends of Wharfinger House put a request to the Shire for approval to locate a caretaker at Wharfinger House via email on 7th June, 2011. COMMENT: Tourist attractions in the immediate townsite are limited and every effort should be taken to ensure that those sites are presented to the best advantage. Having a person located within the Wharfinger House grounds should discourage illegal entry and vandalism and the caretaker would keep the area clean and tidy. As stated in the Summary above, the caretaker would reside in a caravan to be located on the property. An ablution block detached from Wharfinger House already exists on the grounds. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 7 Regulation 11 (2) (a) of the Caravan and Camping Ground Regulations 1997 gives the Local Government authority to authorise accommodation in the form of a caravan for a maximum of three months. Authorisation can be granted for up to a year with the authorisation from the Minister. If the Friends of Wharfinger House Museum required permission for an onsite caretaker for an extended period of time then an alternative accommodation apart from a caravan would be required. VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple Majority OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.1.1: That Council: 1. Approves the request from Friends of Wharfinger House Museum for a caretaker to be located on site at the Museum. 2. Approves a caravan to be used as the accommodation option for a maximum of three months each calendar year. COUNCIL DECISION – ITEM 11.1.1 – MINUTE NO. 87/2011: Moved: Cr. C. Travers Seconded: Cr. P. White That Council: 1. Approves the request from Friends of Wharfinger House Museum for a caretaker to be located on site at the Museum. 2. Approves a caravan to be used as the accommodation option for a maximum of three months each calendar year. 3. That Ministerial approval be sought to increase the length of time for caravan occupancy by the caretaker at Wharfinger House. CARRIED 7/0 Reason for Change to Officer Recommendation Addition of Clause 3. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 8 11.1.2 LOCAL LAW REVIEW – Waste Services Local Law 2011 Location / Address: Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: LP/1 Author: Shane Burge, Chief Executive Officer Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 13th June 2011 SUMMARY: The purpose of this item is for Council to resolve to make the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Waste Services Local Law 2011. BACKGROUND: Every local law, whether it is the introduction of a new local law, the amendment of an existing local law or the repeal of an existing local law, is considered to be a local law and must follow the process outlined in the Local Government Act 1995 to ensure that its validity cannot be challenged. Council at its 16 December 2010 meeting resolved to make the proposed Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Waste Services Local Law 2011. Submissions on the local law were sought by advertisement in the West Australian Newspaper on Wednesday 12 January 2011. The 42 day submission period closed on 25 February 2011. No submissions were received from the public. In addition to advertising the local law for submissions a copy of the local law was sent to the relevant Minister, in this case the Minister for Environment, as required by legislation and to the Minister for Local Government. A copy was also forwarded to the Department of Local Government to make a submission on behalf of the Minister for Local Government. The Department of Local Government provided comments on 3 February 2011. The majority of the Departments comments related to incorporating new “plain english” drafting standards being used by Parliamentary Counsel when drafting State legislation. All the Departments comments have been incorporated into the local law being presented to Council. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 9 The Department of Environment and Conservation provided comments on 9 February 2011. The Department raised the following concerns – Clause 2.2(2) – The terms house waste and trade waste are not defined. As recommended by the Department the terms have been deleted and the term waste is now used. Clause 2.4 – The Joint Standing Committee regards exemption clause as problematic, due to their potential for misuse. As suggested by the Department the exemptions allowed have been clarified. Clause 2.10 – The Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Act 2007 allows local laws to impose requirements on the owners and occupiers of premises, but not on other parties. The clause placed a requirement the “builder”. This could not be enforced under this local law and the clause has been redrafted to place the onus on the owner or occupier. Clause 2.11(1) – As above the requirement placed on a person in this clause to not place waste in the street could not be enforced under this local law. As recommended by the Department subclause (1) has been deleted. Other subclauses remain and have been renumbered. Clause 2.13(1) – As above the requirement placed on a person in this clause to not place waste in the street could not be enforced under this local law. As recommended by the Department subclause (1) has been deleted. It is viewed by the consultant that subclause (2) is very similar in its requirements and has also been deleted. Other subclauses remain and have been renumbered. Clause 2.11 (was clause 2.13) has been renamed “Recyclable and bulk material collections” as the clause no longer reflected the previous heading. The consultant noted that the original clauses 2.11 (after the deletion of subclause (1)) and 2.12 relate to the requirements of a person when depositing waste at a waste facility. The consultant therefore proposes that for clarity these two clauses be relocated in Part 3 which has been titled “Waste Facility’. The clauses relate to the responsibilities place on a “person and not an “owner or occupier” and although not enforceable under the head of power to make local laws by the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Act 2007 the local law is also made under the powers of the Local Government Act 1995 and that Act gives a local government the head of power to make local laws in relation to behaviour on local government property ie, a waste facility. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 10 Although the head of power existed under the Local Government Act 1995 the local law clarifies that the local government may set of fees and charges for admission to and for the dumping of waste at the waste facility under the powers of the Local Government Act. After the last day for submissions, the local government is to consider any submissions made and may make the local law as proposed or make a local law that is not significantly different from what was proposed. Although the setting out of the local law has been amended there are no additional requirements placed on owners or occupiers and therefore it is considered that none of the changes make the local law significantly different from the proposed local law that was advertised for submissions. STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: As it is proposed to adopt a Local Law, the following processes, as set out in section 3.12 of the Local Government Act 1995, must be observed — 1. At a Council meeting the person presiding is to give notice of the purpose and effect of the proposed local law by ensuring that – (a) the purpose and effect of the proposed local law is included in the agenda for that meeting; and (b) the minutes of the meeting of the Council include the purpose and effect of the proposed local law. 2. A local government is to – (a) give Statewide public notice stating that – (i) the local government proposes to make a local law, the purpose and effect of which is summarised in the notice; (ii) a copy of the proposed local law may be inspected or obtained at any place specified in the notice; and (iii) submissions about the proposed local law may be made to a local government before a date to be specified in the notice, being a day that is not less than 6 weeks after the notice is given; (b) as soon as the notice is given, give a copy of the proposed local law and a copy of the notice is to be forwarded to the relevant Minister. (c) provide a copy of the proposed local law, in accordance with the notice, to any person requesting it. After the last day for submissions, the local government is to consider any submissions made and may make the local law as proposed or make a local law that is not significantly different from what was proposed. The local law is then published in the Government Gazette, advertised and a copy sent to the relevant Minister and the State Parliament Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 11 The local law comes into effect 14 days after publication in the Government Gazette. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil as this is a proposed local law FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: A consultant has been engaged to develop and or review the required Local Laws. When made the local law needs to be published in the Government Gazette and advertised in a newspaper circulating throughout the District. STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community Nil 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity Nil CONSULTATION: Consultation has been undertaken by providing a 42 day submission period and the consideration of submissions received. No submissions were received from the public. COMMENT: The local law required the consent of the Director General of the Department of Environment and Conservation before Council could make the local law. That consent was received on the 8th June 2011. If made by Council the local law will be published in the Government Gazette and advertised. A copy of the local law together with an Explanatory Memorandum and Explanatory Memorandum Checklist will then be sent to the Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 12 The Committee can recommend disallowance of the local law to the Parliament if it considers the local law, or sections of the local law to be beyond the powers of the Shire, outs the rules of fairness or has an adverse effect on existing rights. The Committee can request an undertaking from the Shire to undertake further amendment to the local law. Refusal to do so is likely to result in a recommendation for disallowance. VOTING REQUIREMENT: Absolute Majority OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.1.2: That Council makes the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Waste Services Local Law 2011 as attached as attachment No.1 COUNCIL DECISION - RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.1.2 MINUTE NO. 88/2011: Moved: Cr. P. Kneebone Seconded: Cr. C. Travers That Council makes the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Waste Services Local Law 2011 as attached as attachment No.1 subject to amendment of table of contents to reflect the content of the Local Law. CARRIED 7/0 Reason for Change to Officer Recommendation To amend the table of contents in the Waste Services Local Law 2011 to correspond with the main body of the document. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 13 ATTACHMENT 1. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 14 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 15 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 16 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 17 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 18 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 19 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 20 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 21 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 22 11.2 CORPORATE SERVICES 11.2.1 MONTHLY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT REPORT – MAY 2011 Location / Address: N/A Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: FM/19 Authors: Kerry Fisher, Senior Finance Officer Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 6 July 2011 WITHDRAWN A technical problem prevented the financial report being presented to Council. This Item will be presented to the July, 2011 Ordinary Meeting. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 23 11.2.2 PROPOSED PLAN FOR THE FUTURE OF THE DISTRICT (FOR THE PERIOD 2011/12 – 2020/21) Location / Address: N/A Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: CR/10 Author: Martin Cuthbert – Executive Manager Corporate Services Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 20 June 2011 SUMMARY: The Shire of Derby West Kimberley is required by the Local Government Act 1995, Section 5.56 (1) to plan for the future of the district in respect of the period specified in the plan (being at least two years). This plan goes further and the final Plan for the Future of the District has been compiled covering a 10 year period. The Plan for the Future is provided as a separate attachment to this report. The Regulations also require the Shire to • Set out the broad objectives for the period of the plan • Review (and modify if deemed necessary) the current plan at least every two years • Consult with the electors and ratepayers of the district, The Plan for the Future is a document which covers the major strategic and operational direction that the Council proposes to address over the period of the plan. It is geared towards aligning the Strategic Plan to a financial plan with an aim to deliver strategic outcomes over a number of years. Due to Council’s long term commitments in regards to loan repayments this plan has been prepared to cover a 10 year period. The plan should be viewed as a best estimate of future financial forecasting, subject to movement, often beyond the control of Council. It should be noted that the figures are indicative only and many options have been considered, alternatives tried, as well as detailed analysis made of various recurrent items. The Plan includes information and projections, current as at May, 2011. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 24 If there are any major cost overruns in any one year, then they will have an impact upon what is then included for the subsequent year. An alternative is to move various projects out to later years, or to look at how costs can be kept down, or obtaining further grant funds. Council is requested to adopt the Plan, which will indicate the various projects to then be taken into account for the 2011/12 budget year. It is imperative that as much of the Plan for the Future as possible is included in the budget to keep the general direction of Council in line with the Strategic Plan. BACKGROUND: It is a requirement under the Local Government Act, 1995 to prepare a Plan for the Future of the District. The plan has taken into consideration the past and present financial position of Council. STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Section 5.56 of the Local Government Act, 1995 and Clauses 19C and 19D of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations apply to the preparation and adoption of a “Plan or the Future” 5.56 (1) A local government is to plan for the future of the district. (2) A local government is to ensure that plans made under subsection (1) are in accordance with any regulations made about planning for the future of the district. Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996 Clause 19C of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations states: 19C. Planning for the future — S. 5.56 (1) In this regulation and regulation 19D — plan for the future means a plan made under section 5.56. (2) A local government is to make a plan for the future of its district in respect of the period specified in the plan (being at least 2 financial years). (3) A plan for the future of a district is to set out the broad objectives of the local government for the period specified in the plan. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 25 (4) A local government is to review its current plan for the future of its district every 2 years and may modify the plan, including extending the period the plan is made in respect of. (5) A council is to consider a plan, or modifications, submitted to it and is to determine* whether or not to adopt the plan, or the modifications, as is relevant. *Absolute majority required. (6) If a plan, or modified plan, is adopted by the council then the plan or modified plan is to apply to the district for the period of time specified in the plan. (7) A local government is to ensure that the electors and ratepayers of its district are consulted during the development of a plan for the future of the district, and when preparing any modifications of a plan. (8) A plan for the future of a district is to contain a description of the involvement by the electors and ratepayers in the development of the plan, and any modifications of the plan. (9) A local government is to ensure that a plan for the future made in accordance with this regulation applies in respect of each financial year after the financial year ending 30 June 2006. 19D. Notice of plan to be given (1) After a plan for the future, or modifications to a plan, are adopted under regulation 19C the local government is to give local public notice in accordance with subsection (2). (2) The local public notice is to contain — (a) notification that — (i) a plan for the future of the district has been adopted by the council and is to apply to the district for the period specified in the plan; and (ii) details of where and when the plan may be inspected; Or Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 26 (b) where a plan for the future of the district has been modified — (i) notification that the modifications to the plan have been adopted by the council and the plan as modified is to apply to the district for a the period specified in the plan; and (ii) details of where and when the modified plan may be inspected. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: This will depend upon what Council wishes to adopt after considering the various issues contained within the Plan for the Future. The Council needs to increase its rates by more than the level of inflation, particularly given the large number of important assets which need to be replaced or upgraded over the next 10 years. Council has a financial management policy to set its annual rate increases at not less than the increase in the annual Consumer Price Index plus 2%. An item will come before Council for in principle support to increase rates for the 2011/12 financial year. Council has set a policy on its net debt servicing ratio of not more than 8%. The plans maximum net debt servicing ratio reaches a maximum of 3.35% in 2011/12 and is therefore within Council Policy. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: The Plan for the Future of the District is one of the most important planning documents that Council needs to consider. All of the items that are considered within the plan have specific links to the strategic plan. The Plan for the Future of the District should be seen as the broad framework of what the Council considers as the major activities that it would like to be undertaken during the next 10 years. Changes can, and often do, occur between the adoption of the Plan and the adoption of the budget but the major thrust of the plan normally remains the same. This plan includes the major work that needs large Council funding over the next few years. Following the final adoption of this plan, the items included for the 2011/12 year will then form the basis of what new projects will be included in the Council's budget for the forthcoming financial year. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 27 STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community This Plan addresses many of the community outcomes that are presented in the Strategic Plan. 2. Lifestyle The main lifestyle issues addressed within the Plan are; • A quality lifestyle • A healthy and attractive place to live that reflects the Kimberley Spirit. • Continued road access within and to Derby West Kimberley. 3. Opportunity Most of the items within the Opportunity section of the Strategic Plan are included in some form within the Plan for the Future of the District. CONSULTATION: An advertisement was placed in local newspapers during the development of the plan seeking submissions from members of the community about potential items for consideration. Once the Plan has been adopted by Council, local public notice will be given that the Plan has been adopted. COMMENT: This year the Plan for the Future has been prepared in a similar format to the recently adopted Forward Capital Works Plan in line with the implementation of the new Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework for local governments. This will help Council prepare for the soon to be introduced change in legislation defining the requirement for local governments to develop a Plan for the Future. The new regulations will require local governments to develop and adopt a Strategic Community Plan and a Corporate Business Plan. The Strategic Community Plan is a principal planning document in which Council will establish aspirations and priorities for the local government. The Corporate Business Plan, on the other hand, is an operational and financial planning instrument that will demonstrate the local government’s capacity to deliver and/or achieve Council priorities from the key focus areas and objectives that are identified in the Strategic Community Plan. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 28 Large cost areas over the next 10 years are the resealing of aprons, taxiways and runways at Derby and Fitzroy Crossing Airports. It is essential that this work is completed at regular intervals to protect and maintain the assets. Major upgrade works at Curtin Airport to keep pace with the increased demand will also take considerable funds, most of which will be funded by grants and other external parties. Projected usage at the Derby Wharf Precinct will result in a substantial income increase which will enable Council to undertake more works bringing the area back to a higher standard. Over coming years it is expected that all ports services will be self funding allowing growth and expansion to be self funded without relying on additional funds from the ratepayer. There are numerous projects before Council, and every effort has been made to include as many of those as appears financially possible. The Country Local Government Fund which has been established under the Royalties to Regions Program is a welcome injection of funds for infrastructure projects. This fund has allowed a number of projects to be brought forward in the plan. Funds from this program have been factored into the plan with possible matching funding from other grant sources also identified. Staff are conscious of the increasing pressure to ensure full statutory compliance, as well as attempting to deal with not just new demands, but also the wide array of projects that the Council is considering for adoption. The Chief Executive Officer, in conjunction with the Executive Management Team, has considered the staffing requirements of the organisation in the face of these increasing demands. Additional funds have been included in employee costs from 2011/12 to allow Council to employ three additional staff members. The first position is an Asset Management Officer which will help Council become compliant with the new Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework requirements placed upon us. The second position is a Trainee Engineering Technical Officer in the Works and Services Department. Council’s employment of trainees has been a very successful program to date and it is hoped that this will provide much needed assistance to the Works and Services Department while also providing an excellent opportunity for a local person. The third position proposed is a Club Development Officer that will run for a period of three years. This position will be part funded by the Department of Sport and Recreation via a yearly grant of $50,000 over the three year program. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 29 A 5% increase has been included for the Financial Assistance Grant for the 2011/12 year. A further 3.0% has been allowed for in the 2012/13 financial year and for each of the following years. At this stage, a 1% variance in Financial Assistance Grants represents approximately $45,000 which is approximately 1.1% of rates revenue and can therefore have a significant impact upon the budget. If the levels of increases over the years do not occur as projected, then that will affect the Council's ability to carry out planned works. Therefore a degree of flexibility is required. With strong financial management, discipline and focus, Council has the ability to achieve significant outcomes for its district. Although funds for the next few years are tight, with correct allocations and strong financial projections the latter half of the plan represents financial stability for the Shire of Derby West Kimberley. The process for the development of a strong financial management plan has occurred and whilst the Plan for the Future of the District before Council is ambitious, it is achievable. VOTING REQUIREMENT: Absolute Majority COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.2.2 MINUTE NO. 89/2011: Moved: Cr. C. Travers Seconded: Cr. I. Prouse That Council: 1. Adopts the Plan for the Future of the District (2011/12 – 2020/21), inclusive of any amendments passed at this meeting; 2. Gives public notice of the availability of the adopted plan in accordance with Regulation 19D of the Local Government (Administration) Regulations 1996. CARRIED 7/0 CARRIED BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 30 11.2.3 DEED OF SURRENDER AND RELEASE FOR CURTIN AIRPORT JET FUELLING FACILITY Location / Address: N/A Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: SF/24 Author: Kristine Burnes - Administration and Customer Service Coordinator Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 20 June 2011 SUMMARY: This item seeks Council endorsement for the Chief Executive Officer and Shire President to sign the Deed of Surrender and Release for the jet fuel facility at Curtin Airport. This area is currently leased by Mobil Oil Australia Pty Ltd on a 19 years 9 months lease. This lease currently has 2 years and 9 months until it expires. BACKGROUND: A lease was formed between the Shire of Derby West Kimberley and Mobil Oil Australia in July 1994 for the jet fuelling facility at Curtin Airport. In December 2010 the Shire was approached by representatives from Mobil Oil Australia seeking a release from the current lease before the expiration date of 31 March 2014. Part of the conditions of release was that the site be cleaned and meet all environmental protection standards before the Deed of Surrender and Release be signed. Upon inspection the site was deemed to have met all conditions and the formal Deed of Surrender and Release was prepared to be signed by Council representatives and representatives from Mobil Oil Australia. The deed was signed by the Shire President and Chief Executive Officer on behalf of Council and was returned to Holman Fenwick Willan, who prepared the document. Upon receipt of the returned documents clarification was sought for the authority of the CEO and Shire President to sign documents on behalf of Council. Explanations were sent from the Local Government Act 1995; however further clarification regarding the authority for the CEO was requested. Upon further investigation no written authority was found so it was decided to put the matter to Council for formal approval. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 31 STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Section 5.41 of the Local Government Act 1995 relates to the role of the CEO of the Local Government. S5.41. Functions of CEO The CEO’s functions are to — (c) cause council decisions to be implemented; (d) manage the day to day operations of the local government; (i) perform any other function specified or delegated by the local government or imposed under this Act or any other written law as a function to be performed by the CEO. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Nil STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community Nil 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity Nil CONSULTATION: The Shire has been consulting with Mobil Oil Australia to ensure all environmental protection conditions were met so that a Deed of Surrender and Release could be prepared and signed. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 32 COMMENT: Although the CEO and President have authority to sign documents on behalf of Council the lawyers acting on behalf of Mobil Oil Australia, Holman Fenwick Willan, have requested written proof of such authority. The Local Government Act 1995 clearly states the functions of the CEO which would include the signing of the Deed of Surrender and Release yet it does not state it specifically as requested by Holman Fenwick Willan. This item formalises the authority of the CEO and Shire President to sign the Deed of Surrender and Release. VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple Majority COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.2.3 MINUTE NO. 90/2011: Moved: Cr. R. Sullivan Seconded: Cr. P. White That Council authorises the Chief Executive Officer and Shire President to sign the Deed of Surrender and Release for the jet fuelling facility at Curtin Airport on behalf of Council. CARRIED 7/0 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 33 11.2.4 SCHEDULE OF FEES AND CHARGES Location / Address: N/A Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: FM/20 Author: Martin Cuthbert – Executive Manager Corporate Services Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 20 June 2011 SUMMARY: The purpose of this report is for Council to consider and adopt the Schedule of Fees and Charges for 2011/2012. A review of all fees and charges has been completed by officers. For those fees and charges that are at Council’s discretion (some are set by statute), numerous items have been modified as various charges have not been increased for several years. These are detailed in the comments section of this report. Modification has occurred to the wording of certain elements to give a clearer definition. BACKGROUND: Each year a local government authority is required to impose a schedule of fees and charges as part of the annual budget process. Reviewing the schedule prior to budget adoption allows Council the time to consider the proposed fees and charges separate to assessing the budget allowing more time for review. Also as the 2011/2012 budget will not be adopted prior to 30 June 2011 adoption of the 2011/2012 Schedule of Fees and Charges this month will allow them to take effect from 1 July 2011. STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Local Government Act (1995), Sections 6.16 to 6.19 and Regulation 25 (Financial Management) - A local government may impose (absolute majority) and recover a fee or charge for any goods or service it provides or proposes to provide, other than a service for which a service charge is imposed. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 34 A fee or charge may be imposed for — • providing the use of, or allowing admission to, any property or facility wholly or partly owned, controlled, managed or maintained by the local government; • supplying a service or carrying out work at the request of a person; • subject to section 5.94 (public can inspect certain information), providing information from local government records; • receiving an application for approval, granting an approval, making an inspection and issuing a licence, permit, authorisation or certificate; • supplying goods; • such other service as may be prescribed ( in regulations) POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: The draft 2011/2012 budget has a number of income streams that have been estimated using the draft Schedule of Fees and Charges. STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community Nil 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity Nil CONSULTATION: Nil Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 35 COMMENT: An updated Schedule of Fees and Charges is submitted to Council for adoption and inclusion in the budget for the 2011/2012 financial year. Fees that are proposed to either remain the same as last year or have only had minor increases (CPI) proposed are: • Photocopying and printing. • Minutes, agendas and maps. • Rates interest and instalment charges. • Special Series number plates. • Freedom of information requests. Fees have been left the same but expanded in the Schedule to show the full range of fees applicable. • Dog registration fees and fines and penalties. These are mostly statutory charges. • Livestock and vehicle impoundment. • Health services including premise inspections, lodging houses, septic tank inspections, trading in thoroughfares. • Town planning development fees are set by the Western Australian Planning Commission under the Planning and Development (Local Government Planning Fees) Regulations 2009. The fees were gazetted in May 2011 and will become effective 1 July 2011. • Cemeteries. • Derby community centre. • Derby civic centre. • Derby youth centre. • Recreation centre and oval fees have had only minor increases after a review of services was done. • Swimming pool entry fees have remained the same in order to encourage greater use of the facility. • Marquee hire, large events, sport and recreation user agreements and equipment hire have all been left the same as previous years. • Derby airport, Fitzroy airport and Curtin airport • Derby export facility. • Building applications. The majority of building fees are statutory with few changes proposed. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 36 Fees that are proposed to significantly increase are: • Refuse Charges. It is anticipated that domestic collection services will increase from $357 per annum to $386 representing an 8% increase. In support of this, commercial refuse charges will increase from $570 per annum to $616. With the contractor increasing costs significantly it is prudent that the fees be increased accordingly. With costs rising notably and income not being increased in line with expenditure the cost of providing a refuse service is growing each year. • Bulk Waste has been increased 20% from $1,086 to $1,305, which results in an increase of $4.20 per week for the removal of Skip bins. This increase still does not cover the cost charged to Council from the contractor for this service. • Derby Waste Management Facility. Waste charges have been increased to better reflect the cost of processing waste. • Account Enquiries. • Kimberley Art Prize. Entry fees have been increased to $40.00 for Adults and $15.00 for Youth. New fees are: • Waste dumped at the refuse sites external to the Shire contract with Kimberley Waste is proposed to attract a fee of $100.00 per cubic metre. This is due to a large increase in the amount of waste being dumped at the sites that is not under the current contract and therefore additional costs are being passed onto the Shire. This waste is also reducing the life of the refuse sites at an alarming rate. • Chile Creek Youth Camp. • Inclusion of Private Swimming Lessons, one on one. • A minimum charge on invoices sent for waste, airports and wharf services of $10.00 per invoice per month has been included to cover the cost of staff resources in processing accounts. In the event of Council adopting the Schedule of Fees and Charges at this meeting it is intended they will apply from 1 July 2011. A notice will be inserted in the Broome Advertiser, Kimberley Echo and Muddy Waters advising of the new fees and the commencement date as per Section 6.19 of the Local Government Act, 1995. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 37 VOTING REQUIREMENT: Absolute Majority COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.2.4 MINUTE NO. 91/2011: Moved: Cr. P. Kneebone Seconded: Cr. P. White That Council adopts the Schedule of Fees and Charges as presented for the financial year 2011/2012, with all Fees and Charges to come into effect as at 1 July 2011. CARRIED 7/0 CARRIED BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 38 11.2.5 ACCOUNTS FOR PAYMENT Location / Address: N/A Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: FM/28 Author: Jo Simmons, Accounts Officer Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 15 June 2011 SUMMARY: The purpose of this report is to provide details of cheques drawn and direct debit entries made to Council’s bank accounts during the month to be noted by Council and formally recorded. BACKGROUND: Each month the accounts for payment made from the Municipal and Trust funds of the local government are presented to Council for endorsement. STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Regulation 13 – Local Government Financial Management Regulation (1996) Section 13. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Nil STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: Nil CONSULTATION: N/A Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 39 COMMENT: In accordance with Regulation 13, schedules of all payments made through Council’s bank accounts are to be presented to Council for inspection. The list includes details for each account paid incorporating:- (a) payees name (b) the amount of the payment (c) the date of payment (d) sufficient information to identify the transaction Invoices supporting all payments are available for inspection at the Council’s Administration Office. Payments totalling $1,756,170.91 made as per the attached cheque reconciliation summary and creditors schedule of accounts reports. Creditors outstanding as at 30TH MAY 2011 total $394,717.80 VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple majority. COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.2.5 MINUTE NO. 92/2011: Moved: Cr. P. White Seconded: Cr. I. Prouse That Council notes the payment of vouchers as presented in this report. CARRIED 7/0 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 40 SHIRE OF DERBY/WEST KIMBERLEY Cheque Reconciliation as at 28th February 2011 Council Meeting 30TH JUNE 2011 Electronic Funds Transferred: Previous Listing EP# 24371 to EP#24528 Current Listing EP# 24529 to EP#24731 Cancelled EFT: NIL Value of EFT Payments: $ 1,089,957.13 Municipal Account: Previous Cheque Listing 52281 to 52322 Current Cheque Listing 52323 to 52377 Cancelled/Spoilt Cheques: 52330, 52331, 52332, 52333, 52334, 52335, 52336, 52337, 52338, 52339, 52340, 52341, 52342,52343,52344,52345 Value of Cheques: $103,575.69 Manual Cheque Payments: Previous Cheque Listing 140 -147 Current Cheque Listing 148 -151 Cancelled/Spoilt Cheques: 141, 144 Value of Cheques: $107,724.90 Trust Fund Account: Previous Cheque Listing 5683 to 5685 Current Cheque Listing 5686 to 5691 Cancelled Cheques 5686 Value of Cheques: $1,600.00 _______________________________________________ TOTAL EFT PAYMENTS: $ 1,089,957.13 TOTAL MUNI CHEQUES: $103,575.69 TOTAL MANUAL CHEQUES: $107,724.90 TOTAL TRUST CHEQUES: $1,600.00 DIRECT DEBIT CHARGES $453,313.19 TOTAL $1,756,170.91 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 41 EFT PAYMENTS Cheque /EFT No Name Amount Date Invoice Description EFT24529 05/05/2011 AERODROME MANAGEMENT SERVICES PTY LTD 1,393.80 INV 1994 17/04/2011 RECORD DBY- FX AIRPORT LANDINGS MAY- JUNE 11 1,393.80 EFT24530 05/05/2011 ARCHER BUILDERS PTY LTD 1,980.00 INV 2718 11/04/2011 CONSTRUCT DRIVEWAY LOT 140 KURRAJONG LOOP 1,980.00 EFT24531 05/05/2011 AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 9,973.76 INV 654659 20/04/2011 SUPERVISORY M/ DEV PROGRAM - 5 & 6 APRIL 2011 9,973.76 EFT24532 05/05/2011 AIR LIQUIDE WA PTY LTD 544.42 INV B64737 31/03/2011 RENTAL CYLINDER G AND E SIZE-MARCH 2011 16.50 INV L19803 31/01/2011 IND G CYL, ARGON WELDING EM CYLINDER, HELIUM 527.92 EFT24533 05/05/2011 ALCOLIMIT BREATHALYSERS 149.00 INV 5497 24/02/2011 ALCOLIMIT ENFORCER BREATHALYSER 149.00 EFT24534 05/05/2011 ALTHAM PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 1,317.93 INV 35921 12/04/2011 UN-BLOCK BACKWASH TANK,REP TAP, 231.00 INV 35923 12/04/2011 REPLACE DAMAGED SEPTIC LIDS 575.30 INV 35950 14/04/2011 REP SHOWER TAPS AT 1171A HOLMAN STREET. 112.07 INV 35958 18/04/2011 EXCAVATE GRAVE 121.00 INV 35979 27/04/2011 REPAIR LEAKING HOSES TAPS IN MALE TOILET 157.56 INV 36014 28/04/2011 EXCAVATE PLOT 609P 121.00 EFT24535 05/05/2011 ANTHONY PEARCE 2,783.00 INV BH128241 20/04/2011 REPAIR CEILING TO LOUNGE AREA 880.00 INV BH128243 28/04/2011 REPAIR SHOWER TILES, STUD ETC 1,903.00 EFT24536 05/05/2011 BIG BARRA'S ONE STOP SHOP 120.00 INV 20 07/04/2011 HAWK NOW! GIFT VOUCHERS LAUNCH PRESENTERS 120.00 EFT24537 05/05/2011 BUCKLEYS EARTHWORKS & PAVING PTY LTD 12,132.45 INV 1176 31/03/2011 FLOOD DAMAGE REPAIR SCOURS AND WASH OUTS 12,132.45 EFT24538 05/05/2011 BROOME FLORIST 115.00 INV 693 27/04/2011 ANZAC DAY WREATH FOR SHIRE 115.00 EFT24539 05/05/2011 BROOKINGS TRANSPORT 32,312.00 INV 1692 09/02/2011 Flood Damage-Scours and Repairs to road 660.00 INV 1291 27/04/2011 GRADE NOOKANBAH ROAD 18,100.00 INV 1290 15/04/2011 GRADE CAMBALLIN ROAD 10,978.00 INV 1695 29/04/2011 TRANSPORT LOADER TO F/X 2,574.00 EFT24540 05/05/2011 CABCHARGE AUSTRALIA LIMITED 243.63 INV 00890453 04/04/2011 CABCHARGE - APRIL 2011 243.63 EFT24541 05/05/2011 COCA-COLA AMATIL (AUST) PTY LTD 586.86 INV WB101086361 03/05/2011 GOODS FOR CURTIN AIRPORT KIOSK 586.86 EFT24542 05/05/2011 C, J & M PORRA CONSTRUCTIONS 839.14 INV 1932 19/04/2011 REPLACE BROKEN GLASS TO REAR DOOR OF CENTRE 839.14 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 42 EFT24543 05/05/2011 COVENTRY'S 73.70 INV 1277063675 12/04/2011 SOCKET 60.50 INV 10791983 14/04/2011 FREIGHT SOCKET INV 1277063675 13.20 EFT24544 05/05/2011 DERBY AUTO ELECTRICAL&AIR 433.00 INV 22461 12/04/2011 CONNECT AND TEST AERIAL HF RADIO DEPOT 433.00 EFT24545 05/05/2011 DERBY HARDWARE 874.90 INV 10252162 19/04/2011 SPOT MARKING WHITE 72.00 INV 10248212 10/03/2011 POST CAP YELLOW CAPS 80.00 INV 01249279 22/03/2011 1O LTR JERRY CAN , SHADE CLOTH 217.00 INV 10252226 19/04/2011 CORD NYLON,LEAD EXT, CORD NYLON,LEAD EXT 148.00 INV 10252682 27/04/2011 SUPPLY OF ROPE 90.00 INV 10252361 20/04/2011 NUTS SPRING WASHERS 24.00 INV 10252656 27/04/2011 JERRY CAN & BOLTS, Jerry can etc 49.40 INV 10243032 11/01/2011 CRESCENT TAPE MEASURE 15.00 INV 10244212 25/01/2011 12 MIXING BOTTLES 1LTR 2 STROKE FUEL 96.00 INV 10247395 02/03/2011 CABLE TIES FOR MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAMME 8.50 INV 10248800 17/03/2011 PRESSURE SPRAYER 75.00 EFT24546 05/05/2011 ENVIRONS DESIGN GROUP 2,530.00 INV EDG0907902 19/04/2011 SURVEY WORK, ARCHITECTUAL DRAWINGS 2,530.00 EFT24547 05/05/2011 HORIZON POWER - ACCOUNT PAYMENTS 9,976.22 INV 150216 18/04/2011 150216 4 LOCH ST DERBY 65.44 INV 166519 20/04/2011 166519 ELECTRICITY 127 ASHLEY ST 17.3.2011-14.4.2011 3,747.94 INV 198764 20/04/2011 198764-ELECTRICITY MAIN OFFICES ACCOUNT APRIL 2011 899.23 INV 263858 20/04/2011 263858 ELECTRICITY 12 ELDER ST 1.2.11-31.3.11 37.38 INV 312249 20/04/2011 312249 ELECTRICITY LOT 143 DERBY HWY 17.3.11-14.4.11 3,052.65 INV 321183 20/04/2011 ELECTRICITY 30 CLARENDON ST 17.3.11-14.4.11 1,249.75 INV 333902 20/04/2011 333902 ELECTRICITY 24 LOCH ST 17.3.11-14.4.11 923.83 EFT24548 05/05/2011 OCLC (UK) LTD 2,640.00 INV 201031121 14/04/2011 AMLIB TRAINING-LIBRARY STAFF 2,640.00 EFT24549 05/05/2011 JILA GALLERY 412.00 INV 939 28/04/2011 FOOD COUNCIL MEAL COUNCIL CHAMBERS 412.00 EFT24550 05/05/2011 JASON SIGNMAKERS 1,749.00 INV 31102 27/04/2011 SIGNS WORKS DEPOT, MILLARD RD 1,749.00 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 43 EFT24551 05/05/2011 FITZROY GRADING CONTRACTOR 4,050.00 INV 002 21/04/2011 MAINTENANCE GRADE FOSSIL DOWNS RD 4,050.00 EFT24552 05/05/2011 KOTT GUNNING LAWYERS 457.99 INV 199407 18/04/2011 L/ADVICE AND DRAFT DANGEROUS BUILDING 457.99 EFT24553 05/05/2011 KIMBERLEY KRASH REPAIRS 2,115.85 INV 5545 19/04/2011 REPAIR VEHICLE OWNED MIKE ELLERTON 9HJ 038 2,115.85 EFT24554 05/05/2011 WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 8,891.88 INV I3001650 08/04/2011 ADV TENDER NO. 13/2010 (CAR PARK, FITZROY CROSSING) 3,095.16 INV I3001396 08/04/2011 WA 23/03/201TPS NO.5 AMEND NO.16 - LOT 61 DAMPIER DRIVE 593.53 INV I3001446 08/04/2011 CONST OF BELL CREEK WAY, WINDJANA RD,HAMLET GROVE, 743.79 INV I30011459 08/04/2011 ADVERTISE G211030240 CONSTRUCT OF BELL CREEK WAY, 773.86 INV I30011524 08/04/2011 CONST OWEN AHCHEE ST, CARNARVON,NORDELL ST CAM 1,178.38 INV I3001623 08/04/2011 ADVERTISE TENDER 12/3010 (COURT RESURFACTING - 2,507.16 DERBY) EFT24555 05/05/2011 MAKJAP PTY LTD 50,050.00 INV 13382 13/04/2011 SURVEY CARPARK DESIGN DERBY REC CENTRE 3,300.00 INV 13364 13/04/2011 DESIGN DRAWINGS CARPARK,DRIVEWAY,SWALE DRAIN FX 3,740.00 INV 13365 13/04/2011 DESIGN ROAD UPGRADE OWEN ACHEE ST 6,765.00 INV 13366 13/04/2011 DESIGN ROADS DURACK ST IN CAMBALLIN TOWNSITE 3,960.00 INV 13369 13/04/2011 DESIGN WALKWAY OLD CATTLE RACE DERBY JETTY 6,710.00 INV 13375 13/04/2011 SURVEY DESIGN UPGRADE CARNARVON- KNOWSLEY ST 11,550.00 EAST INV 13379 13/04/2011 DESIGN ROAD U/G WINDJANA RD FROM BELL CREEK END 11,275.00 INV 13381 13/04/2011 SURVEY CLARENDON ST & JOHNSTON ST INTERSECTION 2,750.00 EFT24556 05/05/2011 OFFICE STAR 759.90 INV 28409 27/04/2011 BROTHER TN2025 FAX TONER CARTRIDGE 253.90 INV 28458 28/04/2011 BROTHER TN2025 FAX TONER CARTRIDGE 506.00 EFT24557 05/05/2011 OCEAN LODGE 150.00 INV 32137 10/04/2011 ACCOMMODATION TRAVEL TO CHILE CREEK 150.00 EFT24558 05/05/2011 PETER DELONG (DAMPIER DOWNS) 18,490.52 INV 26 06/04/2011 OPENING GRADE DAMPIER DOWNS RD & MOWLA BLUFF RD 18,490.52 EFT24559 05/05/2011 PFD FOOD SERVICES PTY LTD - BROOME 833.85 INV JC890348 02/05/2011 SUPPLY OF GOODS FOR CURTIN KIOSK 833.85 EFT24560 05/05/2011 PASTORALISTS & GRAZIERS' ASSOC OF WA INC 280.50 INV 13094 11/04/2011 PGA MEMBERSHIP FEES-P. KNEEBONE,GST 280.50 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 44 EFT24561 05/05/2011 HOTEL IBIS PERTH 1,371.90 INV 274443 09/04/2011 ACCOMMODATION CDO-CAN WA COURSE 1,371.90 EFT24562 05/05/2011 RON P BELLAIRS 1,633.50 INV BA491630 18/04/2011 GRADER HIRE GRADE BUNGARRUNG RD 1,633.50 EFT24563 05/05/2011 DERBY RETRAVISION 19.00 INV 00233774 27/04/2011 SUPPLY 1 X MOBILE PHONE POUCH 19.00 EFT24564 05/05/2011 RUSTYS IGA (HAGGARTY NOMINEES PTY LTD) 107.50 INV 2427 28/04/2011 HAWK now! MENS AQUA SESSION 55.64 INV 3189 12/04/2011 FRUIT AND EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 51.86 EFT24565 05/05/2011 ROYAL LIFE SAVING SOCIETY WA 120.00 INV 20756 13/04/2011 15TH ANNUAL NORTH WEST POOL CONF 20.5.11 120.00 EFT24566 05/05/2011 SAMPEY MEATS 60.00 INV 1015 19/04/2011 BBQ SAUSAGES SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM 60.00 EFT24567 05/05/2011 SONIC SOUVENIR 2006 PTY LTD-TRADING SONIC PRODUCTS 173.58 INV IN0010815 22/03/2011 5 COOLINIT NECK TIES, 5 COOLINIT NECK WRAPS 173.58 EFT24568 05/05/2011 SKIPPER TRUCK PARTS & AMCAP DISTRIBUTION CENTRE 1,278.02 INV 8731366 21/03/2011 SPARE TYRE & FREIGHT 849.75 INV 8755471 13/04/2011 BRACKET AND FREIGHT 428.27 EFT24569 05/05/2011 CENTRAL TAFE 547.75 INV I0041470 12/04/2011 CERT III IN COMMUNITY RECREATION-JACINTA SAMPEY 547.75 EFT24570 05/05/2011 TELSTRA CORPORATION 2,936.78 INV 0463459000 10/04/2011 TELEPHONE LINE RENTAL AND CALLS-MARCH 2011 2,936.78 EFT24571 05/05/2011 AJ & JA TWADDLE (BUILDING CONTRACTOR) 2,694.01 INV 4753 12/04/2011 CLEAN TIMBER DECK AND OIL ACCOM UNIT SHIRE DEPOT FX 248.05 INV 4756 18/04/2011 REPAIR DAMAGE TO DOOR CLOSER AND DOOR HANDLES 77.00 ETC. INV 4758 18/04/2011 FIT ALUMINIUM STRIP TO ROOF P/PAINT DAMAGED CEILING 2,368.96 EFT24572 05/05/2011 TOTALLY WORK WEAR - BROOME 305.00 INV 4051 06/04/2011 1 X PR OLIVER FIRE BOOTS 305.00 EFT24573 05/05/2011 WA LIBRARY SUPPLIES 84.25 INV 91785 01/04/2011 BARCODE PROTECTORS, ROLL COVER IT, DATE DUE LABLES 84.25 EFT24574 05/05/2011 WEST KIMBERLEY FUELS PTY LTD 483.37 INV I046615 25/03/2011 GREASE CARTRIDGES 178.77 INV I046819 14/04/2011 4L POWER STEERING OIL, 20 L COOLANT DIESEL 304.60 EFT24575 05/05/2011 WOOLWORTHS PTY LIMITED 879.46 INV 604107 22/04/2011 GOODS FOR KIOSK AT CURTIN AERODROME, 182.61 INV 604117 27/04/2011 GROCERIES SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM 176.78 INV 604118 27/04/2011 GOODS FOR KIOSK AT CURTIN AERODROME 170.94 INV 604121 27/04/2011 GROCERIES BERNARD HART & CREW 127.27 INV 704834 18/04/2011 GOODS FOR KIOSK AT CURTIN AERODROME 108.58 INV 704837 19/04/2011 GROCERIES SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM SAUSAGE SIZZLE 113.28 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 45 EFT24576 13/05/2011 SPINIFEX CABINETS 1,760.30 INV 2560 20/04/2011 FIT ABS PLASTIC EDGING TO CUPBOARD/R DOORS 1,155.00 INV 2573 18/04/2011 SUPPLY AND INSTALL 2 X VENETIAN BLINDS TO CENTRE 396.30 INV 2695 02/05/2011 SUPPLY 2 X SS 1800 X 75 CONTINUOUS BUTT HINGES 209.00 EFT24577 13/05/2011 A & B TYRES 1,405.00 INV 80 21/04/2011 4 NEW TYRES AND WHEEL ALIGNMENT 1,405.00 EFT24578 13/05/2011 AYESHA MOSS 156.53 INV 3.5.2011 03/05/2011 HAWK NOW! MEETING CATERING 156.53 EFT24579 13/05/2011 AUSTRALIA POST 572.31 INV 639178- 03/05/2011 POSTAGE- ADMIN, LIBRARY DEV SERVICES 572.31 11043006 EFT24580 13/05/2011 DERBY LICENCED POST OFFICE 186.30 INV AUP 30/04/2011 UNADDRESSED MAIL DELIVERY FLYERS 186.30 EFT24581 13/05/2011 ANZ COMMERCIAL CARD SERVICES CENTRE 21,907.30 INV 12/04/2011 ANZ CARD PAYMENTS APRIL 2011 21,907.30 4564805082499007 EFT24582 13/05/2011 BIG BARRA'S ONE STOP SHOP 334.50 INV 23 02/05/2011 SWAG AND CAMPING EQUIPMENT FOR TAEHFSO 323.00 INV 24 02/05/2011 STAINLESS FITTINGS FOR BLOODWOOD PARK SHADE SAIL 11.50 EFT24583 13/05/2011 BRIAN ELLISON 811.95 INV 5.5.2011 05/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 4.12.10-8.4.11 811.95 EFT24584 13/05/2011 SHANE PAUL BURGE 118.93 INV 18/4/2011 18/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT TELSTRA PHONE LINE RENTAL, 118.93 EFT24585 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 283.54 INV 4.5.2011 04/05/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 8.2.11-7.4.11 283.54 EFT24586 13/05/2011 BP COLAC SERVICE STATION 199.00 INV 15/04/2011 TRAILER LIGHTS BEING REPLACED 199.00 COAUTOSRV/207 EFT24587 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 907.86 INV 3/5/2011 03/05/2011 REIMBURSE AIR COND SUBSIDY 26.1.11-27.3.11, CAR RENTAL 907.86 EFT24588 13/05/2011 TOTALLY WORKWEAR - DERBY 208.60 INV 5057 27/04/2011 UNIFORMS - 2 x POLO SHIRTS, 3 x NAVY SHORTS 208.60 EFT24589 13/05/2011 MERCURE INN CONTINENTAL BROOME 877.00 INV 123726 08/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION FRIDAY 6TH 7TH MAY ELSIA ARCHER 450.00 INV 123654 07/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION 6TH MAY, 2011 SHANE BURGE, , 189.00 INV 123710 08/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION MR. KEVIN PETTINGILL 7TH MAY, 2011 238.00 EFT24590 13/05/2011 CARPET,PAINT & TILE CENTRE 5,346.00 INV 60455 03/05/2011 REP EXISTING VINYL TO D/ LIVING, KIT/ ENTRY WAY 5,346.00 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 46 EFT24591 13/05/2011 CORPORATE EXPRESS AUSTRALIA LTD 195.54 INV WKI3778598 19/04/2011 TOILET PAPER, ARTLINE PENS AND WHITEBOARD MARKERS 128.67 INV WKI3765559 06/04/2011 URINALS BLOCK, FLOOR CLEANER 66.87 EFT24592 13/05/2011 CLARK RUBBER BROOME 118.83 INV 43123 20/04/2011 BIG RIB MATTING 118.83 EFT24593 13/05/2011 CROSSING AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES 139.70 INV 5957 01/04/2011 REPAIR WHIPPER SNIPPER 139.70 EFT24594 13/05/2011 DERBY BUILDING SUPPLIES 307.07 INV 243893 18/04/2011 VALVE BOX 83.60 INV 244000 19/04/2011 RETIC PARTS 83.60 INV 244001 19/04/2011 CLR FOR CLEANING PURPOSES 97.51 INV 244621 02/05/2011 STHIL PRIMER BULB,AIR FILTER 42.36 EFT24595 13/05/2011 DERBY 4X4 & MARINE 633.55 INV 21667 12/04/2011 SUPPLY AND FIT F/SHOCKERS ADJUST HANDBRAKE 465.95 INV P34518 21/04/2011 "V' BELTS 167.60 EFT24596 13/05/2011 DERBY NEWSAGENCY & LOTTERIES 221.10 INV 3642 28/04/2011 CRAFT ITEMS FOR SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 45.05 INV 3685 01/05/2011 ADMIN MONTHLY MAGS/PAPERS APRIL 2011 176.05 EFT24597 13/05/2011 DEPARTMENT OF PREMIER & CABINET 1,023.60 INV 111193 15/04/2011 PUBLICATION REVISED LOCAL LAWS GOVT GAZETTE, 1,023.60 EFT24598 13/05/2011 DERBY PROGRESSIVE SUPPLIES 966.23 INV 171892 28/04/2011 10LTR URINAL BLOCKS, HAND TOWELS,MED RUBBISH BAGS, 966.23 EFT24599 13/05/2011 DERBY STOCK SUPPLIES 1,144.00 INV 2852 12/04/2011 DELIVER AND UNLOAD WATER TO WHARF 198.00 INV 2909 20/04/2011 DELIVER WATER TANK FROM ELDERS DERBY AIRPORT 220.00 INV 2935 22/04/2011 DELIVER WATER TO WHARF 198.00 INV 2989 30/04/2011 DELIVER WATER JAYA SEA LINK 396.00 INV 3020 05/05/2011 LOAD WATER TO TAKE DERBY WHARF 132.00 EFT24600 13/05/2011 DERBY HARDWARE 2,689.05 INV 10253512 05/05/2011 BRUSH,BROOM,MOP,DISINFECTANT 128.25 INV 10253513 05/05/2011 DOWEL,ROD,BROOM,JIF CLEANER 94.50 INV 10251572 13/04/2011 SPRAY PRESSURE KITS 220.00 INV 10247599 03/03/2011 BUTANE REFILL & KIT TORCH 54.00 INV 10250460 04/04/2011 WATER CONTAINERS TRANSPORT MOSQUITO CHEMICALS FX 97.50 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 47 INV 10250484 04/04/2011 RETIC PARTS ETC. 163.80 INV 10250589 05/04/2011 CRC- FOR POUND PADLOCKS THAT REQUIRE SERVICING. 10.00 INV 10251367 12/04/2011 SUPPLY MACHINED TOMBER TO SIZE AS DIRECTED 1,565.00 INV 10251462 13/04/2011 PAINT FOR ANZAC SQUARE 89.00 INV 10252711 28/04/2011 VARIOUS EQUIPMENT / TOOLS 157.00 INV 10253698 06/05/2011 TURPS, BRUSHES , SANDPAPER, SEALANT 110.00 EFT24601 13/05/2011 DERBY TAXI SERVICE 712.50 INV 1312 10/04/2011 TRANSPORT FOR HAWK NOW! MENS & WOMENS GROUPS 712.50 EFT24602 13/05/2011 DWA INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES PTY LTD 15,512.20 INV 7429 30/04/2011 REPAIR WHARF DAMAGE WALKWAY ACCESS BRIDGE INSTALL 15,512.20 KICK GUARDS EFT24603 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 200.29 INV 9.5.2011 09/05/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR CONDITIONING SUBSIDY 9.2.11-8.4.11 200.29 EFT24604 13/05/2011 ELDERS LIMITED (DERBY BRANCH) 8,704.70 INV IY33064 29/04/2011 SUPPLY 2 X T22700 WATER TANKS,, , 8,410.60 INV IY32926 18/04/2011 CYDECTIN P/NO CATTLE 2L VIRVAC 294.10 EFT24605 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 249.73 INV 11.5.2011 11/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 1.2.11-31.3.11 249.73 EFT24606 13/05/2011 FIRE & EMERGENCY SERVICES AUTHORITY (FESA) 4,365.72 INV 2.5.2011 02/05/2011 ESL SERVICE LEVY REMITTANCE ADVICE APRIL 2011 4,365.72 EFT24607 13/05/2011 FORPARK AUSTRALIA - WA OFFICE 957.00 INV 25729 28/04/2011 UPRIGHT STEEL SAFETY PANEL 957.00 EFT24608 13/05/2011 GJ JOHNSON & CO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 9,499.55 INV 61896 05/04/2011 LIGHTS AND GLOBES AIRPORT RUNWAY-FX 3,875.52 INV 61921 05/04/2011 REPAIR AFRU/PAY SYSTEM & AIRPORT LIGHTING-FX 5,624.03 EFT24609 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 1,206.84 INV 2.5.2011 02/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBS 20.10.10-15.12.10 491.97 INV 4.5.2011 04/05/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBS 16.12.10-17.2.11 714.87 EFT24610 13/05/2011 GUNGALLA MACKAY PTY LTD 1,375.00 INV 11237 21/04/2011 WASHED AGGREGATE TO DEPOT 1,375.00 EFT24611 13/05/2011 UHY HAINES NORTON 12,346.40 INV 2011-031112 30/04/2011 INTERIM AUDIT YEAR ENDING 30 .6.11 12,346.40 EFT24612 13/05/2011 HORIZON POWER - ACCOUNT PAYMENTS 12,666.97 INV 207794 22/04/2011 207794 ELECTRICITY LOT 485 KNOWSLEY ST 18.2.11-20.4.11 135.04 INV 220780 02/05/2011 220780 STREET LIGHTS 1.4.11-30.4.11 10,442.51 INV 167790 05/05/2011 167790 ELECTRICITY LOT 1326 WINDJANA RD 26.2.11-29.4.11 295.63 INV 335373 05/05/2011 335373 ELECTRICITY 7 MILLARD ST 24.2.11-28.4.11 1,793.79 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 48 EFT24613 13/05/2011 ITVISION 3,630.00 INV 19816 31/03/2011 SYNERGY SALE PURCHASE OF DIRECT DEBIT MODULE 990.00 INV 19816 31/03/2011 SYNERGYSOFT MAPPING/GIS INTERFACE - ADD LICENSES 2,640.00 EFT24614 13/05/2011 JOE DUNCAN'S TYRE SERVICE 320.00 INV 84 11/04/2011 FIT TYRE CAT LOADER KW 12 320.00 EFT24615 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 111.81 INV 31/3/2011 31/03/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 16.12.10-16.2.11 111.81 EFT24616 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 218.65 INV 27.4.2011 27/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUSBSIDY 24.1.11-27.3.11 218.65 EFT24617 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 323.29 INV 20.4.2011 20/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 2.2.11-4.4.11 236.00 INV 20.4.2011 20/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT WATER USAGE 23.7.10-23.11.10 87.29 EFT24618 13/05/2011 KING SOUND RESORT HOTEL PTY LTD 530.00 INV 6821 02/05/2011 ACCOM INTERIM AUDIT MICHAEL SECKER- DARRYL WONG 530.00 EFT24619 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 241.84 INV 9.5.2011 09/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 17.2.11-20.4.11 241.84 EFT24620 13/05/2011 LG CONSULTING SERVICES PTY LTD 1,309.00 INV 212 04/05/2011 S/STAY ACCOM INDIGENOUS PEOPLE DERBY 1,309.00 EFT24621 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 893.08 INV 29.4.2011 29/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 9.2.11-8.4.11 893.08 EFT24622 13/05/2011 MERCURE HOTEL PERTH 4,759.13 INV 232234 26/03/2011 ACCOMMODATION- ELSIA ARCHER - 22/3/11 -26/3/11 1,363.70 INV 233762 14/04/2011 ACCOMMODATION ELSIA ARCHER, 662.43 INV 233766 14/04/2011 ACCOMMODATION SHANE BURGE, 466.00 INV 232194 25/03/2011 ACCOMMODATION-SHANE BURGE - IN 22/3/11 OUT 816.00 25/3/11, INV 232003 24/03/2011 ACCOMMODATION PETER KNEEBONE 22/3/11 - 25/3/11, 434.00 INV 232233 26/03/2011 ACCOMMODATION PAUL WHITE 22/3/11 - 25/3/11, 1,017.00 EFT24623 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 212.54 INV 28.4.2011 28/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 2.2.11-4.4.11 212.54 EFT24624 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 298.69 INV 2.5.11 02/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR CONDITIONING SUBSIDY 17.2.11-20.4.11 298.69 EFT24625 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 219.82 INV 13/4/2011 13/04/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 2.2.11-4.4.11 219.82 EFT24626 13/05/2011 MUDDY WORX PTY LTD 110.00 INV BC257797 29/04/2011 REPAIR / REPLACE RETICULATION SOLENOID TO FRONT 110.00 LAWN Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 49 EFT24627 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 239.76 INV 1.5.2011 01/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT INTERNET SHIRE PLANNER JAN 2011-MAY 239.76 11 EFT24628 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 271.57 INV 2.5.2011 02/05/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 5.2.11-7.4.11 271.57 EFT24629 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 483.00 INV 12.4.2011 12/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 29.3.11-11.4.11 154.00 INV 27.4.2011 27/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 15.3.11-21.4.11 84.00 INV 10.5.11 10/05/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 17.2.11-3.5.11 245.00 EFT24630 13/05/2011 NORBUILT PTY LTD 488,472.14 INV 821 03/05/2011 SECOND PAYMENT VALUE OF WORK PREVIOUSLY CERTIFIED 488,472.14 EFT24631 13/05/2011 NORTH WEST EXPO INC 22.00 INV 1968 09/05/2011 NW EXPO 2011 ADDITIONAL EXHIBITOR TRESTLE TABLE 22.00 EFT24632 13/05/2011 GORDON GEORGE PICKERING 462.30 INV 5.5.2011 05/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT WATER, AIR COND SUBSIDY 2.2.11-4.4.11, 462.30 EFT24633 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 520.20 INV 20.4.2011 20/04/2011 REIMBURSE FUEL ATTEND COUNCIL MEET, PANDANUS PARK 520.20 EFT24634 13/05/2011 QAL REFRIGERATION (WA) PTY LTD 165.00 INV 1060407 15/04/2011 ADJUST A/C BELTS 165.00 EFT24635 13/05/2011 HOTEL IBIS PERTH 571.20 INV 305 11/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION IRIS TRAINING AMIE PAWCZYNSKI 571.20 EFT24636 13/05/2011 DERBY RETRAVISION 147.00 INV 234090 04/05/2011 HP BLACK CARTRIDGES 147.00 EFT24637 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 132.59 INV 12.4.2011 12/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 28.10.10-8.12.10 132.59 EFT24638 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 406.12 INV 28.4.2011 28/04/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 1.2.11-4.4.11 406.12 EFT24639 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 331.77 INV 29.4.2011 29/04/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 8.2.11-7.4.11 331.77 EFT24640 13/05/2011 E & MJ ROSHER PTY LTD 2,099.40 INV 1061606 21/04/2011 PARTS KUBOTA MOWER 686.50 INV 1061286 05/04/2011 PULLEY, COVER DUST, ASSY ROLLER 498.45 INV 1061709 02/05/2011 STUD,WHEEL,HOSE 914.45 EFT24641 13/05/2011 SHANE COX BUILDING & MAINTENANCE 2,195.50 INV 1447 05/02/2011 REPAIR, PAINT DAMAGED CEILING TO PILOTS ROOM, 2,195.50 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 50 EFT24642 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 140.23 INV 19.4.2011 19/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 9.2.11-8.4.11 140.23 EFT24643 13/05/2011 STRATEGIC AIRLINES 3,537.00 INV SAL00161 30/04/2011 AIRFARES APRIL 2011 3,537.00 EFT24644 13/05/2011 H & M TRACEY CONSTRUCTION PTY LTD 5,502.22 INV 21106 29/03/2011 REFUND BUILDING LICENCE RESIDENTAL OF COMMERCIAL 5,502.22 EFT24645 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 207.59 INV 18.4.2011 18/04/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 8.2.11-7.4.11 207.59 EFT24646 13/05/2011 TELSTRA CORPORATION 578.03 INV 4275260810 27/04/2011 SATELLITE TELEPHONES APRIL 2011 389.99 INV BP03175477 28/04/2011 INTERNET BIGPOND MOBILE CURTIN, GST 79.95 INV 054 6238 601 21/04/2011 NOEL MYERS LANDLINE 9443 8273 22.3.11-21.4.11,GST 108.09 EFT24647 13/05/2011 TNT EXPRESS AUSTRALIA 54.84 INV 08/02/2011 FGT 3 CRTNS CN PHW664 FROM PATHLAB QE11 TO SHIRE 54.84 17510989/17796908 EFT24648 13/05/2011 TOLL EXPRESS 980.19 INV 1402743 20/03/2011 FREIGHT STATIONARY, FILTERS 87.23 INV 1409770 29/03/2011 FGT AMCAP SPARE TYRE CARRIER-INV 8731366-CN 15.98 4924565034 INV 1420167 20/04/2011 FREIGHT KUBOTA PARTS PERTH-DERBY 2011 146.30 INV 1399410 13/03/2011 FREIGHT PARTS TRUCK 452.53 INV 1406151 27/03/2011 FREIGHT PARTS KUBOTA MOWER 278.15 EFT24649 13/05/2011 TRAVERS ELECTRICAL 115.50 INV 20110399 28/04/2011 RECONNECT POWER TO CONTROLLER 115.50 EFT24650 13/05/2011 AJ & JA TWADDLE (BUILDING CONTRACTOR) 2,739.72 INV 4759 20/04/2011 INSTALL FLASHING DEPOT SHED 2,739.72 EFT24651 13/05/2011 WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TREASURY CORPORATION 14,025.05 INV LOAN 136 30/05/2011 LOAN 136, LOAN 136 INTEREST AND GUARANTEE FEE 14,025.05 EFT24652 13/05/2011 WEST KIMBERLEY FUELS PTY LTD 1,738.00 INV 1279 06/04/2011 HOLDFAST JET HOSE AND HANDLING FEE 1,738.00 EFT24653 13/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 698.72 INV 14/4/2011 14/04/2011 REIMBURSEMENT WATER SUBSIDY 23.11.10-25.3.11, 698.72 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 23.11.10-25.3.11 EFT24654 13/05/2011 WOOLWORTHS PTY LIMITED 554.53 INV 604148 03/05/2011 HAWK now! GROUP SESSION MATERIALS 53.25 INV 883834 09/05/2011 DOG FOOD 56.04 INV 883837 09/05/2011 GOODS FOR KIOSK AT CURTIN AERODROME 300.58 INV 883841 04/05/2011 ADMIN KITCHEN SUPPLIES - MILK, COFFEE, SUGAR 93.89 INV 883819 06/05/2011 FOOD FOR TOWN RESERVE MEETING 50.77 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 51 EFT24655 16/05/2011 CLARKE'S CLEANING 26,217.97 INV CC00086 26/04/2011 CLEANING OFFICES APRIL 2011 26,217.97 EFT24656 27/05/2011 A & B TYRES 4,045.00 INV 105 29/04/2011 2 x 16.9 x 28 BACK HOE TYRES . 2 x 12.5 / 80 - 18 BACK HOE 3,210.00 TYRES INV 85 27/04/2011 2 x 235 / 85 - R16 TRUCK TYRES SUPPLY & FIT 800.00 INV 104 29/04/2011 TYRE REPAIR 35.00 EFT24657 27/05/2011 AERODROME MANAGEMENT SERVICES PTY LTD 958.32 INV 2008 16/05/2011 DATA RECORDING DBY AIRPORT LANDINGS - MAY & JUNE 11 958.32 EFT24658 27/05/2011 ALFORD CONTRACTING 5,500.00 INV 31122197 13/05/2011 SUP/ INSTALL APPROX 20 METRES OF RETAINER AND 5,500.00 FENCING EFT24659 27/05/2011 ALCOLIMIT BREATHALYSERS 134.00 INV 5833 28/04/2011 RECALIBRATION OF 2 X ENFORCERS 134.00 EFT24660 27/05/2011 ALTHAM PLUMBING CONTRACTORS 121.00 INV 36096 13/05/2011 EXCAVATE PLOT 605P 121.00 EFT24661 27/05/2011 AUSTRALIA POST 108.84 INV 6520329- 03/05/2011 POSTAGE APRIL 2011 FITZROY CROSSING 108.84 11043006 EFT24662 27/05/2011 ARTISAN GARMENTS & SCREEN PRINTERS 1,408.00 INV 3947 12/05/2011 (300) SUBLIMATED STUBBY HOLDERS , 1,408.00 EFT24663 27/05/2011 BUCKLEYS EARTHWORKS & PAVING PTY LTD 100,174.61 INV 1181 28/04/2011 UNDERTAKE REPS AT TAXIWAY LIMA CURTIN AERODROME 37,730.00 INV 1190 20/05/2011 WINDJANA RD CONSTRUCTION WORK 39,699.00 INV 1190 20/05/2011 BELL CREEK WAY MODIFICATION WORK 22,745.61 EFT24664 27/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 693.94 INV 16.5.2011 16/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT TELSTRA 2.5.11-1.6.11 693.94 EFT24665 27/05/2011 BROOME RETRAVISION 179.95 INV 221248 09/05/2011 WATER COOLER 179.95 EFT24666 27/05/2011 KIMBERLEY PHARMACY SERVICES (DERBY) 120.25 INV 29265 06/05/2011 PANADOL, BAND AIDS,POLARIZED CLIPS SUPPLIES 120.25 EFT24667 27/05/2011 BRIDGESTONE AUSTRALIA LTD (WA STATE WAREHOUSE) 1,464.58 INV 610228072 02/05/2011 2 x 11R 22.5 TYRES 1,464.58 EFT24668 27/05/2011 BROOME TOYOTA NORTH WEST MOTOR GROUP 752.90 INV JC14012872 05/05/2011 REPLACE SLAVE SYLINDER AND CLUTCH FLUID- 13KW 752.90 EFT24669 27/05/2011 COCA-COLA AMATIL (AUST) PTY LTD 1,049.06 INV WB101086692 05/05/2011 DRINKS FOR FX VISITORS CENTRE 318.15 INV WB101088201 17/05/2011 GOODS FOR CURTIN AIRPORT KIOSK 730.91 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 52 EFT24670 27/05/2011 CHADSON ENGINEERING PTY LTD 617.43 INV A0036748 11/05/2011 SIDE DRAGG STRAP,DRIVE BELT,PVC BRUSH 617.43 EFT24671 27/05/2011 C, J & M PORRA CONSTRUCTIONS 275.00 INV 1944 19/05/2011 REPLACE SIDE WINDOW IN SHIRE MACHINE 275.00 EFT24672 27/05/2011 TOTALLY WORKWEAR - DERBY 2,450.40 INV D10024 17/04/2011 UNIFORMS - 2 X POLO SHIRTS, 3 X 3/4 PANTS 357.40 INV D5031 10/05/2011 ROSSI BOOTS 145.00 INV D5045 13/05/2011 BOX GLOVES 600.00 INV D5046 13/05/2011 SUPPLIES,GLOVES, SUNNIES,RESPIRATORS,PLUGS,LENS 330.00 TISSUES INV D5010 05/05/2011 UNIFORMS - ZARAK BIN RASHID - 1 PR BOOTS 165.00 INV D4109 15/05/2011 UNIFORMS - BRAD ISBISTER, 278.40 INV D 5055 27/04/2011 UNIFORM - PHILIP HARRIS-WALKER PT CURTIN SEC 574.60 EFT24673 27/05/2011 COVENTRY'S 226.68 INV 1287019661 16/05/2011 TUBES MOLY-COTE GREASE. FILTERS 226.68 EFT24674 27/05/2011 CARPET,PAINT & TILE CENTRE 10,065.00 INV 60456 03/05/2011 REMOVE EXISTING CARPET, PREPARE FLOOR 10,065.00 EFT24675 27/05/2011 CORPORATE EXPRESS AUSTRALIA LTD 1,153.61 INV EWI3767271 08/04/2011 CORPORATE SERVICE STATIONARY MAY 2011 10.88 INV WKI3798109 13/05/2011 STATIONARY MAY 2011 1,142.73 EFT24676 27/05/2011 DERBY AUTO ELECTRICAL&AIR CONDITIONING 1,456.66 INV 22593 04/05/2011 UHF MOBILE COLINEAR KIT ADAPTER 195.70 INV 22661 13/05/2011 STARTER MOTOR 396.49 INV 22663 13/05/2011 STARTER MOTOR 24V SUIT CANTER, 864.47 EFT24677 27/05/2011 DERBY BUILDING SUPPLIES 945.74 INV 244727 03/05/2011 STHIL POLYCUT BLADES, CUTTING HEAD, BOSCH SPARKPLUG 639.00 INV 245088 10/05/2011 MOP BUCKETS, BROOMS,MOP HEAD 306.74 EFT24678 27/05/2011 DERBY BUS SERVICE PTY LTD 165.00 INV 5342 03/05/2011 BUS HIRE BROOME TRIP 29.4.2011 165.00 EFT24679 27/05/2011 DERBY 4X4 & MARINE 2,545.10 INV P34622 12/05/2011 DUAL BATTERY CHARGER 250.00 INV 21760 04/05/2011 MAJOR SERVICE 100,000KM 1 BSR 168 1,146.10 INV P34616 11/05/2011 KANGAROO JACK HOLDER 166.00 INV P34524 21/04/2011 HILIFT KANGAROO JACK,RECOVERY KIT,WHEEL JACK 983.00 EFT24680 27/05/2011 DERBY FUELS 711.38 INV 78341 20/05/2011 DRUM OF UNLEADED 363.31 INV 75697 06/05/2011 FUEL FOR SMALL PLANT 348.07 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 53 EFT24681 27/05/2011 DERBY STOCK SUPPLIES 1,381.60 INV 3043 09/05/2011 DISPOSE BLACK OIL 88.00 INV 3014 29/04/2011 SHIRE FIRE BREAKS WELLS HOUSE ROWAN ST 1,293.60 EFT24682 27/05/2011 DERBY VISITOR CENTRE 10,310.20 INV GRANT 28/04/2011 4TH QUARTER GRANT FUNDING DBY VISITORS CENTRE 10,000.00 INV 44 12/05/2011 DELIVER BOX TO SHIRE DEPOT FX 27.00 INV 45 12/05/2011 FREIGHT FOR PACKAGE FROM DERBY TO KUNUNURRA, 43.20 INV 03 24/05/2011 TWENTY (20) SETS OF COASTERS 240.00 EFT24683 27/05/2011 DERBY HARDWARE 2,335.20 INV 10254300 12/05/2011 2000 FENCE DROPPERS 736.00 INV 10254337 12/05/2011 DY MARK SPRAY & MARK 240.00 INV 01254733 16/05/2011 KUBOTA STEP BLADES 1,348.00 INV 10255105 19/05/2011 NUTS AND BOLTS 11.20 EFT24684 27/05/2011 DAVRIC AUSTRALIA 11,306.90 INV 149217 07/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR RESALE-FX FX VISITORS CENTRE 11,306.90 EFT24685 27/05/2011 DWA INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES PTY LTD 176.00 INV 7416 30/04/2011 FABRICATE 3 ALUMINIUM TRUCK SIGNS 176.00 EFT24686 27/05/2011 THE EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE PTY LTD 1,019.92 INV 03/02/2011 CRAFT SUPPLIES 1,019.92 W004552201013 EFT24687 27/05/2011 EMAMA NGUDA ABORIGINAL CORPORATION 5,440.64 INV 1015 27/04/2011 WORKERS COMPENSATION -26.1.11-22.3.11 5,440.64 EFT24688 27/05/2011 ELDERS LIMITED (DERBY BRANCH) 5,319.60 INV IY32875 14/04/2011 2 x 20 L KAMBA M 451.80 INV IY32936 19/04/2011 SUPPLY OF ONE TANK AS PER QUOTATION 4,867.80 EFT24689 27/05/2011 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AUSTRALIA SOUTH AUSTRALIA 763.70 ENC. INV 600367 11/05/2011 20x AUSTRALIAN FOOD SAFETY ASSESSMENT PADS 763.70 EFT24690 27/05/2011 ENVIROBOOK 270.00 INV 48004 17/05/2011 PLANTS KIMBERLEY REGION- FX VISITORS CENTRE 270.00 EFT24691 27/05/2011 HORIZON POWER - ACCOUNT PAYMENTS 545.20 INV 107820 10/05/2011 ELECTRICITY LOT 84 DURACK ST CAMBALLIN 4.3.11-6.5.11 245.20 INV 04/05/2011 PRODUCT & SERVICE CHARGE-L643 ELDERS ST 300.00 RPDDB0010350 EFT24692 27/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 163.12 INV 23.5.2011 23/05/2011 REIMBURSMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 7.2.11-31.3.11 163.12 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 54 EFT24693 27/05/2011 CROSSING INN 959.00 INV 5233 25/11/2010 COUNCIL MEETING 25.11.10 580.00 INV 6467 18/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION MR. PETER KNEEBONE 16/5/11 -17/5/11, 379.00 EFT24694 27/05/2011 IRIS CONSULTING GROUP PTY LTD 748.00 INV 246 03/05/2011 RECORD MANAGEMNET BASICS TRAINING 9 MAY 2011 748.00 EFT24695 27/05/2011 AIR CONDITONING SUBSIDY 283.82 INV 17.5.2011 17/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 1.2.11-1.4.11 283.82 EFT24696 27/05/2011 KIMBERLEY KRASH REPAIRS 385.00 INV 5560 11/05/2011 REPLACE WINDSCREEN 385.00 EFT24697 27/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT 108.81 INV 9.5.2011 09/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT WATER USAGE 24.11.10-30.3.11 108.81 EFT24698 27/05/2011 KIMBERLEY WASHROOM SERVICES 360.00 INV 78 05/05/2011 SANITARY UNITS, SANITARY UNIT 360.00 EFT24699 27/05/2011 LOOMA COMMUNITY INCORPORATED 6,768.00 INV 862 15/02/2011 RUBBISH COLLECTION 1ST QRT CAMBALLIN 3,384.00 INV 880 18/05/2011 RUBBISH COLLECTION APRIL-JUNE 2011 CAMBALLIN 3,384.00 EFT24700 27/05/2011 WESTERN AUSTRALIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 6,611.16 INV I3002154 09/05/2011 G211040172-DEV GUIDE PLANS FOR GUILDFORD ST, FITZROY 306.40 ST INV I3002346 09/05/2011 ADVERTISE - BUSH FIRES,CEMETERIES, DOGS, PROPERTY 919.94 INV I3002368 09/05/2011 T3-CONSTR BELL CREEK WAY,WINDJANA RD HAMLET GROVE 1,085.69 INV I3002370 09/05/2011 G211040169- 23/03/2011-02/04/2011TENDER T4-2011 1,096.57 INV I3002378 09/05/2011 G211040170 CONSTRUCTION OWEN AHCHEE ST 1,165.68 INV I3002450 09/05/2011 TENDER T13-2010 FX SPORTING COMPLEX CAR PARK 2,036.88 EFT24701 27/05/2011 MAKJAP PTY LTD 484.00 INV 13397 28/04/2011 REVIEW INSTRUCTIONS PREPARE DEPOSITED PLAN & CSD 484.00 FILE EFT24702 27/05/2011 MERCURE HOTEL PERTH 1,594.55 INV 236107 13/05/2011 TWO ROOMS FOR 11TH AND 12TH MAY, 2011 ELSIA ARCHER, 448.55 INV 236108 13/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION 11 -12 MAY, 2011 SHANE BURGE, , 430.00 INV 236814 20/05/2011 ACCOMMODATION SHANE BURGE- 17/5/11- 20/5/11 716.00 EFT24703 27/05/2011 WESTRAC PTY LTD 1,429.90 INV PI 6105629 13/04/2011 PARTS 178.74 INV C653046 07/08/2010 CREDIT PAYMENT MADE 13.8.2010 EFT 20006 INV C653046 -88.43 INV PI 6066038 25/03/2011 RADIATOR, SPIDER, FREIGHT RECOVERY 914.87 INV PC 0427119 28/03/2011 1 X RADIATOR # 1403634. 1 X FAN X PART #1423391 -914.87 INV PI 6069723 28/03/2011 VEE BELT SET 68.04 INV PI 6121263 19/04/2011 PUMP GP-WATE 244.86 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 55 INV PI 6102441 12/04/2011 RADIATOR 663.75 INV PI 6108483 14/04/2011 SEALS AND PINION 70.54 INV PI 6169269 14/05/2011 FILTERS 240.30 INV PI 6118010 19/04/2011 AIR FREIGHT- INVOICE PI 6121263 PUMP G WATE 52.10 EFT24704 27/05/2011 MOMAR AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 1,069.20 INV 140628 05/05/2011 UNBEADABLE HAND CLEANER 1,069.20 EFT24705 27/05/2011 VISIT MERCHANDISE PTY LTD 8,788.15 INV 88176 01/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR SALE FX VISITORS CENTRE 2,606.56 INV 88485 13/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR RESAL FX VISITORS CENTRE 1,543.30 INV 88575 15/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR RESAL FX VISITORS CENTRE 1,474.83 INV 88611 18/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR SALE FX VISITORS CENTRE 742.94 INV 88772 28/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR SALE FX VISITORS CENTRE 835.18 INV 88477 13/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FOR RE SALE FX VISITORS CENTRE 1,756.70 INV 4265 28/02/2011 67 2011 CALENDAR THE KIMBERLEY- REFER INVOICE 83136 -171.36 EFT24706 27/05/2011 PANORAMA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 1,138.50 INV 354 28/04/2011 SOUVENIERS FX TOURIST CENTRE 1,138.50 EFT24707 27/05/2011 PITBULL CONTRACTING 704.00 INV 26 12/05/2011 INSTALL FIREBREAKS CAMBALLIN TOWNSITE 704.00 EFT24708 27/05/2011 PFD FOOD SERVICES PTY LTD - BROOME 525.95 INV JD201091 16/05/2011 SUPPLY OF GOODS FOR CURTIN KIOSK 525.95 EFT24709 27/05/2011 PATHWEST LABORATORY MEDICINE WA 329.45 INV 5972310 29/04/2011 PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TEST 79.50 INV 5972310 29/04/2011 CURTIN SECURITY - RANDOM DRUG TESTING STAFF- APRIL 11 249.95 EFT24710 27/05/2011 QAL REFRIGERATION (WA) PTY LTD 284.79 INV 1072826 05/05/2011 REPAIR FAULT TO REFRIGERATOR IN DEPOT SMOKO ROOM 284.79 EFT24711 27/05/2011 ROCK'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES PTY LTD 205.00 INV 11477 20/04/2011 OIL SEAL 25.00 INV 1479 21/04/2011 TOYOTA BATTERY 180.00 EFT24712 27/05/2011 RED11 PTY LTD 339.20 INV RE009967 14/05/2011 APC BACKUPS ES 700VA 339.20 EFT24713 27/05/2011 REEN PLUMBERS 275.00 INV 22073 05/05/2011 REPAIR BOTH MALE AND FEMALE TOILET CISTERNS 110.00 INV 22047 27/04/2011 UNBLOCK SEPTIC SYSTEM AT FX AIRPORT TERMINAL 165.00 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 56 EFT24714 27/05/2011 RUSTYS IGA (HAGGARTY NOMINEES PTY LTD) 1,315.62 INV 0843 12/05/2011 MATERIALS FOR HAWK now! SESSIONS 28.37 INV 9651 10/05/2011 FRUIT AND EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 155.10 INV 9654 10/05/2011 FRUIT AND EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 4.50 INV 4781 02/05/2011 AFTER SCHOOL CARE FOOD 13.50 INV 6839 18/04/2011 FRUIT & DRINKS SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 97.81 INV 8780 21/04/2011 FRUIT & DRINKS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 13.66 INV 9794 10/05/2011 HAWK NOW! SUPPLIES FOR GROUPS 113.94 INV 3628 17/05/2011 HAWK now! GROCERIES, HAWK now! GROCERIES 69.18 INV 1429 19/05/2011 DRINKS FOR TERRYS BBQ, DRINKS FOR TERRYS BBQ 164.96 INV 4347 11/05/2011 FOOD AND FRUIT AFETR SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 53.28 INV 5509 03/05/2011 FRUIT AND EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 256.78 INV 3243 16/05/2011 FRUIT & EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 119.91 INV 4531 18/05/2011 FRUIT & EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 108.65 INV 6515 23/05/2011 FRUIT & EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 115.98 EFT24715 27/05/2011 RYDA PTY LTD (RydaDotCom) 1,046.00 INV 83560 03/05/2011 2 X PANASONIC DIGITAL CAMERAS 1,046.00 EFT24716 27/05/2011 SAMPEY MEATS 133.33 INV 1105 20/05/2011 MEAT FOR TERRY RETIREMENT PARTY 133.33 EFT24717 27/05/2011 FITZROY CROSSING SCHOOL BUS SERVICES & CHARTER 770.00 INV 30/11 04/03/2011 14 DAYS CAR HIRE 770.00 EFT24718 27/05/2011 SUN PICTURES & SUN CINEMAS 350.00 INV 2280 04/05/2011 MOVIE TICKETS EASTER HOLIDAYS-"HOP" 350.00 EFT24719 27/05/2011 SOUND PLUS 28.00 INV 97 23/05/2011 SAMSUNG BATTERY FOR MOBILE PHONE -YOUTH CENTRE 28.00 EFT24720 27/05/2011 TELSTRA CORPORATION 3,921.28 INV 0463459000 09/05/2011 TELEPHONE LINE RENTAL AND CALLS-APRIL 2011 2,679.06 INV 4174249435 04/05/2011 MOBILE PHONES APRIL 2011 1,242.22 EFT24721 27/05/2011 TOTAL EDEN BROOME 1,555.29 INV 5694373 11/05/2011 RETICULATION FITTINGS 1,304.01 INV 5681745 28/04/2011 PVC RETIC FITTINGS 251.28 EFT24722 27/05/2011 TOX FREE (HENDERSON) PTY LTD 46.20 INV PSHE03126 01/05/2011 EMERGENCY RESPONDER MONTHLY RETAINER FEE 46.20 EFT24723 27/05/2011 TOTALLY WORK WEAR - BROOME 221.40 INV D5048 13/05/2011 UNIFORMS - RAYLEEN PINDAN - 221.40 EFT24724 27/05/2011 CHEFMASTER AUSTRALIA 5,626.80 INV 117091 05/05/2011 1 PALLET ORANGE LITTER BAGS 5,626.80 EFT24725 27/05/2011 WORKLINE DIVE & TACKLE 165.00 INV 105975 14/05/2011 FULL SERVICE ON BA FOR POOL 165.00 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 57 EFT24726 27/05/2011 WATER DYNAMICS 1,562.11 INV 54047780 27/04/2011 CARTON VARIOUS ADJ SPRINKLERS 1,562.11 EFT24727 27/05/2011 WEST KIMBERLEY FUELS PTY LTD 968.08 INV I047109 12/05/2011 3 x 12 LC2 GREASE 2 x TF - 10 (20 L) 460.20 INV I047199 19/05/2011 2 X 5 LITRE ATF , 4 X LCT GREASE CARTRIDGES, ETC 507.88 EFT24728 27/05/2011 WINDMILL CAFE, THE 1,575.00 INV 356 31/03/2011 INT'L WOMEN'S DAY HEALTHY CATERING 230.00 INV 359 02/03/2011 CATERING SANDWICHES YCN MEETING 175.00 INV 361 15/03/2011 HAWK now! LAUNCH - WRAPS 200.00 INV 413 10/05/2011 LUNCH AT COUNCIL CHAMBERS 10TH MAY, 2011, 170.00 INV 374 01/04/2011 CATERING 15 PEOPLE ON 5TH & 6TH APRIL 2011, REC CENTRE 600.00 INV 367 25/03/2011 CATERING JM MATERNITY LEAVE 200.00 EFT24729 27/05/2011 WATTNOW ELECTRICAL SERVICES 718.00 INV 484 13/12/2010 REPAIR REAR FLOODLIGHTS 98.00 INV 660 09/05/2011 REPLACE 2 X SMOKE DETECTORS, SECURITY LIGHTS 620.00 EFT24730 27/05/2011 WOOLWORTHS PTY LIMITED 1,112.01 INV 883902 19/05/2011 MISC GOODS FOR TERRYS BBQ 186.89 INV 883986 17/05/2011 COFFEE, TEA,MILK SUPPLIES 151.92 INV 883989 17/05/2011 GOODS FOR KIOSK AT CURTIN AERODROME 209.80 INV 883993 18/05/2011 HAWK now! GROCERIES, HAWK now! GROCERIES 150.50 INV 604137 02/05/2011 GROCERIES FOR CAMPOUT, GROCERIES FOR CAMPOUT 111.64 INV 883930 24/05/2011 FRUIT AND EATS AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2011 137.65 INV 883827 06/05/2011 FRUIT & EATS AFETR SCHOOL PROGRAM AND DISCO 163.61 EFT24731 27/05/2011 YARRAMINE ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING 44.90 INV 440 30/04/2011 THE 2011 NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GRANTS GUIDE 44.90 TOTAL 1,089,957.13 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 58 MUNICIPAL CHEQUE PAYMENTS Cheque /EFT No Name Amount Date Invoice Description 52323 03/05/2011 CULLEN EXPLORATION PTY LTD 2,084.87 INV A900322 21/04/2011 RATES UNIT DEL E04/1837 TENGRAPH VIA 2,084.87 DERBY 52324 05/05/2011 ERIC LANGFORD 200.00 INV 20.4.2011 20/04/2011 REFUND FOR TRADERS PERMIT FEES 200.00 52325 05/05/2011 GARRARDS - DARWIN 2,557.50 INV DAI-1013013 14/04/2011 AQUA INSECTICIDE SPACE-SPRAY 2,557.50 CONCENTRATE. 52326 05/05/2011 WESFARMERS KLEENHEAT GAS PTY LTD 256.51 INV 27751176 31/03/2011 YEARLY FEES GAS BTLES FX SHIRE DEPOT 256.51 HOUSE, 52327 05/05/2011 TOWN OF KWINANA 27.50 INV 14/04/2011 CSI NY 2. COMPLETE SEASON TWO DIGITAL 27.50 CL105K0030449D VIDEO DISC 52328 05/05/2011 WATER CORPORATION 5,493.65 INV 9006984507 19/04/2011 9006984507 RIFLE RANGE DERBY HWY 1,028.85 25.11.10-18.4.11 INV 9006983547 18/04/2011 9006983547 63-65 ASHLEY ST 26.11.10- 1,797.80 15.4.2011 INV 9017391467 15/04/2011 9017391467 LOT 404 2/74 FALLON RD FX 90.20 INV 9017391475 15/04/2011 9017391475 LOT 404 3/74 FALLON RD FX 68.75 INV 9015670665 15/04/2011 9015670665 LOT 42 UNIT B/20 MCDONALD 185.70 WAY FX INV 9006984048 18/04/2011 9006984048 DERBY DEPOT 1,458.45 INV 9006986051 15/04/2011 9006986051 LOT 42 A/20 MCDONALD WAY FX 19.65 INV 9006986481 15/04/2011 9006986481 128 FLYNN DR FX 844.25 52329 05/05/2011 WESTATE HOSE SUPPLIES 30.93 INV 114148 15/04/2011 SUPER MULITFLEX AIR/WATER 30.93 52346 13/05/2011 ASTERON- (SUNCORP PORTFOLIO 292.18 SERVICES) INV SUPER 10/05/2011 SUPER 292.18 52347 13/05/2011 AUSTRAL MERCANTILE COLLECTIONS PTY 220.00 LTD INV 16234 28/04/2011 DEBT RECOVERY,GST 220.00 52348 13/05/2011 BENJAMIN BURNES 279.00 INV 1328105 14/01/2011 REIMBURSEMENT SECURITY LICENCE 279.00 52349 13/05/2011 DEPUTY CHILD SUPPORT REGISTRAR 565.46 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 565.46 52350 13/05/2011 WESTSCHEME 220.87 INV SUPER 10/05/2011 SUPER 220.87 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 59 52351 13/05/2011 WA LOCAL GOVERNMENT 26,168.82 SUPERANNUATION PLAN INV SUPER 10/05/2011 SUPER 19,450.41 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 107.00 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 25.45 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 104.71 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 98.32 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 212.25 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 115.05 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 445.01 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 340.14 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 153.65 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 1,011.54 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 3,525.82 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 579.47 52352 13/05/2011 LGRCEU 121.80 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 121.80 52353 13/05/2011 PAPERBARK TECHNOLOGIES 3,900.00 INV 474 07/04/2011 TREE REPORT AND SURVEY FOR 3,900.00 CLARENDON STREET, DERBY 52354 13/05/2011 QUESTOR THE PORTFOLIO SERVICE 433.19 RETIREMENT FUND INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 SUPER 200.00 INV SUPER 10/05/2011 SUPER 233.19 52355 13/05/2011 SHIRE OF DERBY/WEST KIMBERLEY 3,498.88 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 336.00 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 2,667.14 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 83.74 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 50.00 INV DEDUCTION 10/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 362.00 52356 13/05/2011 UNI SUPER LIMITED 229.05 INV SUPER 10/05/2011 SUPER 229.05 52357 13/05/2011 WATER CORPORATION 7,851.00 INV 9006978123 20/04/2011 WATER USAGE RES 27017 WODEHOUSE ST - 129.30 14.12.10-19.4.11 INV 9011212376 20/04/2011 WATER USAGE LOT 698 RESERVE STEEL ST 1,357.70 26.11.10-19.4.10 INV 9006987783 20/04/2011 WATER USAGE 128L FLYNN DR FX 14.12.10- 176.45 14.4.2011 INV 9006980581 21/04/2011 WATER USAGE 40-42 ASHLEY ST 26.11.10- 1,978.30 15.4.11-40% INV 9006983598 21/04/2011 WATER USAGE 53 ASHLEY ST 26.11.10- 4,209.25 15.4.11 52358 27/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 315.88 2.2.11-4.4.11 INV 12.5.2011 12/05/2011 REIMBURSEMENT AIR COND SUBSIDY 2.2.11- 315.88 4.4.11 52359 27/05/2011 AUSTRALIANSUPER PTY LTD 168.99 INV SUPER 24/05/2011 SUPER 168.99 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 60 52360 27/05/2011 ASTERON- (SUNCORP PORTFOLIO 292.18 SERVICES) INV SUPER 24/05/2011 SUPER 292.18 52361 27/05/2011 BROADWATER COMO RESORT 597.00 APARTMENTS INV 2025110 21/05/2011 3 NIGHTS ACCOM 17TH, 18TH & 19TH MAY 597.00 UHY HAINES NORTON TRAINING - K FISHER 52362 27/05/2011 COLONIAL FIRST STATE INVESTMENTS 73.43 LIMITED INV SUPER 24/05/2011 SUPER 73.43 52363 27/05/2011 DEPUTY CHILD SUPPORT REGISTRAR 565.46 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 565.46 52364 27/05/2011 DR SAWFISH JEWELLERY 840.00 INV 328 01/04/2011 JEWELLERY BOAB 840.00 PENDANTS,BROOCHES,EARRINGS 52365 27/05/2011 BRYCE JAMES FEW 743.87 INV A106020 18/05/2011 RATES 2 MACDONALD STREET DERBY WA 743.87 6728 52366 27/05/2011 HEALTH SUPER FUND 86.75 INV SUPER 24/05/2011 Super. for VICKI LEANNE KIM 7923376 86.75 24/05/2011 52367 27/05/2011 WESTSCHEME 220.87 INV SUPER 24/05/2011 Super. for ROBERT JOHN MEERMAN 62259296 220.87 24/05/2011 52368 27/05/2011 WA LOCAL GOVERNMENT 28,023.72 SUPERANNUATION PLAN INV SUPER 10/05/2011 SUPER 310.49 INV SUPER 24/05/2011 SUPER. 20,720.86 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 3,704.37 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 398.28 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 107.00 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 25.45 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 104.71 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 98.92 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 484.33 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 183.88 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 445.01 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 340.14 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 15.10 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 73.64 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 SUPER 1,011.54 52369 27/05/2011 LGRCEU 121.80 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 121.80 52370 27/05/2011 TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION 50.00 COMMISSION INV 2700010227 29/04/2011 LITERACY TRAINING 50.00 52371 27/05/2011 QUESTOR THE PORTFOLIO SERVICE 433.19 RETIREMENT FUND INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 200.00 INV SUPER 24/05/2011 SUPER 233.19 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 61 52372 27/05/2011 RAECO LIBRARY SERVICES 5,034.69 INV 360001 13/01/2011 LIBRARY SHELVING -FX 5,034.69 52373 27/05/2011 RECLAIM INDUSTRIES WA LTD 6,000.00 INV SW4869 16/05/2011 CRICKET PITCH COVERS 6,000.00 52374 27/05/2011 SHIRE DERBY/WEST KIMBERLEY *PAY 254.10 CASH* INV 16.5.11 16/05/2011 LICENCE PLATES 1DGS019, LICENCE PLATES 254.10 2KW 52375 27/05/2011 SHIRE OF DERBY/WEST KIMBERLEY 3,482.00 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 362.00 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 400.00 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 2,560.00 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 110.00 INV DEDUCTION 24/05/2011 PAYROLL DEDUCTION 50.00 52376 27/05/2011 UNI SUPER LIMITED 229.05 INV SUPER 24/05/2011 SUPER 229.05 52377 27/05/2011 WATER CORPORATION 1,611.50 INV 9006975053 31/03/2011 WATER USAGE 49-55 CLARENDON ST 367.85 24.11.10-30.3.11 INV 9006975344 31/03/2011 WATER USAGE 2 CLARENDON ST 24.11.10- 1,243.65 30.3.11 TOTAL 103,575.69 MANUAL CHEQUE PAYMENTS Cheque /EFT No Name Date Invoice Description Amount 148 10/05/2011 AIR BP - BP AUSTRALIA P/L 29,001.83 INV 4944353 30/04/2011 16,000LT JET A1 FUEL 29,001.83 149 20/05/2011 AIR BP - BP AUSTRALIA P/L 47,416.81 INV 4946695 13/05/2011 26000LT JET A1 FUEL 47,416.81 150 20/05/2011 THE SHELL COMPANY OF 2,126.13 AUSTRALIA LIMITED INV APRIL 2011 30/04/2011 SHELL FUEL APRIL 2011 2,126.13 151 27/05/2011 AIR BP - BP AUSTRALIA P/L 29,180.13 INV 4948162 20/05/2011 16000LT JET A1 FUEL 29,180.13 107,724.90 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 62 TRUST CHEQUE PAYMENTS Cheque Name /EFT No Date Invoice Description Amount 5687 16/05/201 EMMA MEDLING 300.00 1 INV 12/05/201 CIVIC CENTRE BOND 300.00 TMED.1 1 5688 16/05/201 HALLS CREEK ABORIGINAL 500.00 1 OUTREACH INV 12/05/201 Bond for Oval Hire Easter Convention 2011 500.00 THCO.5 1 5689 16/05/201 SHARNA PALMER 300.00 1 INV 12/05/201 BOND FOR COMMUNITY ROOM 300.00 T.NYI.1 1 5690 27/05/201 DERBY BOWLING CLUB 300.00 1 INV 27/05/201 COM ROOM BOND 300.00 TDBW.5 1 5691 27/05/201 JUSTINE PETA O'MEARA 200.00 1 INV 27/05/201 BOND FOR PROJECTOR AND SCREEN 200.00 T.JOM.1 1 1,600.00 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 63 DIRECT DEBIT CHARGES Cheque Name /EFT No Date Invoice Description Amount 352 02/05/2011 ASF - ACCOUNT SERVICE FEE 12.00 352 02/05/2011 EXC - EXCESS TRANSACTIONS FEE 18.60 352 02/05/2011 EXC - EXCESS TRANSACTIONS FEE 19.80 352 03/05/2011 GHA - GREYHOUND AUSTRALIA 4,347.28 352 02/05/2011 CBA - CBA POS FEE 18.88 352 02/05/2011 CBA - CBA POS FEE 0.17 352 04/05/2011 WN 59383 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 59383 54.95 352 02/05/2011 CMD - CHEQUE OR MERCHANT DEPOSITS FEE 23.40 352 04/05/2011 WN161150 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 161150 69.95 352 04/05/2011 WN143703 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 143703 59.95 352 04/05/2011 WN283647 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 283647 64.94 352 04/05/2011 WN 311591 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 311591 79.95 352 05/05/2011 WN237732 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 237732 49.95 352 05/05/2011 WN7677 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 7677 54.95 352 06/05/2011 ONL - ANZ ONLINE FEE 594.30 352 06/05/2011 EXC - EXCESS TRANSACTIONS FEE 48.40 352 06/05/2011 WN7365 - WESTNET ACCOUNT 7365 229.82 352 06/05/2011 AMX - AMEX FEES 4.93 352 02/05/2011 INT - DEBIT INTEREST FEE 1.03 352 02/05/2011 ASF - ACCOUNT SERVICE FEE 23.00 352 02/05/2011 MER - MERCHANT FEES 115.90 352 02/05/2011 MER - MERCHANT FEES 79.64 352 02/05/2011 MER - MERCHANT FEES 79.12 352 02/05/2011 MER - MERCHANT FEES 204.28 352 02/05/2011 EXC - EXCESS TRANSACTIONS FEE 20.90 352 02/05/2011 EXC - EXCESS TRANSACTIONS FEE 5.80 353 09/05/2011 AMX - AMEX FEES 4.93 353 11/05/2011 GHA - GREYHOUND AUSTRALIA 4,843.72 353 12/05/2011 GHA - GREYHOUND AUSTRALIA 2,938.32 354 16/05/2011 BEX - BPOINT FEES 40.23 354 16/05/2011 SGFLEET - SG FLEET - LEASE PAYMENTS FOR 8KW 1,133.02 354 16/05/2011 SG FLEET 2 - SG FLEET - LEASE PAYMENT 1DNM395 688.30 354 18/05/2011 CSS - CSS - COMPUTER LEASE 1,669.00 354 19/05/2011 GHA - GREYHOUND AUSTRALIA 5,248.43 354 13/05/2011 ASF - ACCOUNT SERVICE FEE -10.00 355 26/05/2011 GHA - GREYHOUND AUSTRALIA 1,851.44 355 27/05/2011 AMX - AMEX FEES 1.66 355 24/05/2011 BAS1A - ATO - BAS PAYMENT - GST 169,732.00 356 31/05/2011 ASF - ACCOUNT SERVICE FEE 12.00 31/05/2011 PAYROLL 258,878.25 TOTAL 453,313.19 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 64 11.3 TECHNICAL SERVICES Nil. 11.4 DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 11.4.1 DERBY DEVELOPMENT GUIDE PLAN – VARIOUS LOTS GUILDFORD & FITZROY STREETS, DERBY. Location / Address: Lots 3, 4 & 6 Guildford Street & Lots 22 & 23 Fitzroy Street, Derby Name of Applicant: SDWK Owner: Various File Reference: GS/23 Author: Noel Myers – Shire Planner Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 20 June 2011 SUMMARY: This Development Guide Plan (DGP) has been prepared by RPS Koltasz Smith on behalf of the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley and the Department of Planning (DoP). The DGP has been prepared for Lots 3, 4 and 6 Guildford Street and Lots 22 & 23 Fitzroy Street, Derby. All these land parcels are under private ownership. The preparation of the plan has been funded by the DoP as part of the Local Government Assistance Programme that seeks to assist local governments and landowners with the progression of planning approvals to assist in ensuring that sufficient future landholdings have been made ready to meet future housing demand for housing in a timely and coordinated manner. The plans have been prepared to provide a planning framework for the future development of the various landholdings and has been prepared to have particular regard for other subdivisions that have been progressed by other individual landowners in the immediate area and this DGP has been designed to integrate with those plans. The DGP proposes a rationale approach to the future development of the general area rather than it progressing on a “piecemeal” approach as individual owners seek to develop their individual lots. The plan provides for an estimated lot yield of 179 lots with an estimated yield of 332 dwellings. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 65 It is the intention that the preparation of this plan will alleviate some of the burden from private landowners in securing the necessary planning approvals to allow them to progress with the subdivision of their land holdings that have been identified under the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Town Planning Scheme No.5 as being suitable for residential development. Naturally, the decision as to whether to progress with the development of any of the individual land holdings within the project area remains solely with and at the cost of the land owner. BACKGROUND: The subject sites are zoned ‘Rural’ under TPS No.5. The Scheme designation of a ‘Special Control Area’ for ‘Residential Development Area’ also applies to the lots. In effect this zoning identifies the lots as those that may be developed for residential purposes. Guidance on how this process is undertaken is set out within the Scheme and in particular under Part 5 Clause 5.2.2. Clause 5.2.2 of the Scheme requires the preparation of a Development Guide Plan for land which is designated as a ‘Residential Development Area’. A Development Guide Plan and rezoning is required to be prepared prior to the subdivision and development of the land. Clause 5.2.4 of TPS No.5 outlines the requirements for the preparation of a Development Guide Plan. The land subject to this DGP consists of five (5) lots located adjacent to the south eastern urban front to the Derby Townsite and south of the existing golf course and recreation centre. The total area under investigation is approximately 21 hectares with each lot consisting of approximately 4 hectares. The subject land abuts light industrial areas to the south and south east and land directly east is zoned “Rural Residential”. Land Tenure and Legal Description of Lots The Derby DGP area comprises five (5) green title lots ranging in area from 4.0469 hectares to 4.0823 hectares. The total area of the Derby DGP area is just over 22 hectares. The ownership of the five (5) lots is registered to four (4) different entities. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 66 Lot No. Address Landowner Certificate of Lot Area Title Lot 3 Guildford street, Neville Henry Evans and 1997/676 4.057ha Derby Lille Grace Lot 4 Guildford Street, Neville Henry Evans and 1393/726 4.0469ha Derby Lille Grace Lot 6 Guildford Street, Eugene Francis Rose, 1252/27 4.0669ha Derby leased to Mundulla (Aboriginal Corporation) Lot 22 Fitzroy Street, Richard Shane Higgins and 2083/390 4.0823ha Derby Katrina Mary Higgins Lot 23 Fitzroy Street, Don Robert Dunbar and 1252/25 4.0668ha Derby Louella McDonald The subject land is approximately 2.5 kilometres from the Derby Townsite and accessed via the Derby Highway and Ashley Street. The Highway also provides southwards access to the Airport and future Regional Prison, the Gibb River Road and Broome. The subject land is zoned for “Rural – Residential Development Area” whereby future development is guided by the formulation of Development Guide Plans and supported by rezoning to “Residential”. The subject land is largely undeveloped with remnant vegetation and existing dwellings and sheds, and short stay accommodation in the case of Lots 3 and 4 located on each site. The sites are relatively flat with a drainage swale located along the southern side of Guildford Road and northern side of Fitzroy Street, road reserves serve an important drainage function in Derby. The natural vegetation mainly consists of grass cover, Eucalypts and Boab Trees. STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Town Planning Scheme No.5 – Part 5 – Clause 5.2.2 “Requirement for Development Guide Plan “and Clause 5.2.4 “Preparation of a Development Guide Plan”. These clauses outline the requirements and components to be addressed within a Development Guide Plan. Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) Development Control Policies 1.1 DC 2.1 & DC 2.3 in respect to the general principals of residential subdivision Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 67 Liveable Neighbourhoods – Edition 3 in respect to residential development design. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: The ultimate development of the property and the projected future resident population of Derby in all areas of the town will have significant costs implications across all sectors of the Council. Positive financial impacts will arise from income generated from rates. Rates become payable upon vacant lots once titles are issued and are generally charged at a minimum rate (dependant upon valuation) until such time that the land is built upon. Upon completion of the building, rates are then levied on a Gross Rental Value basis. Income streams will also benefit from additional fees and charges levied for Council provided services and facilities. Conversely, there will be an associated costs associated for the ongoing maintenance of areas of Public Open Space that are provided by developers as part of the subdivision process. An increased population will increase demand for rubbish removal, footpaths, recreational opportunities and facilities, road upgrades and the like. Increased patronage of existing facilities will also have a corresponding increase in maintenance and operating costs for the Council. Whilst these are matters broader than the application before Council concerning the subject lots – it is necessary to recognise these are matters that the Council will need to address when setting future budgets to ensure a strategic approach is adopted to future infrastructure and service provision. Specific to subject lots, it is the recommendation that support for the DGP would be on the basis that the current 50 per cent subsidy provided by Council to landowners for the construction of crossovers would not extend to this new subdivision. This subsidy does not presently extend to lots within the surrounding and recent land releases nor will it be extended to properties within other new subdivisions. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 68 The rationale for providing the subsidy presently to landowners in other areas of town is to encourage the installation of concrete crossovers to incrementally improve the quality of verge areas and streetscapes. Based on current estimates of $1,000.00 per lot, the Council would potentially incur expenditure of around $179,000.00 in subsidies if all the single lots were to be developed and one crossover was provided to each grouped unit site. This commitment could extend significantly with ongoing increases in the price of concrete. STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community The proposed considered approach to the development of open space is consistent with action plan 1.3.1 (a) which advocates a strategic approach to the provision of recreational areas and facilities 2. Lifestyle Development of new roads, footpath networks within the subdivision is consistent with action plans 2.2.4 and 2.2.6 3. Opportunity Support to the development is consistent with action plan 3.6.1 (a) – (c) to ensure support is provided to encourage private investment and ensuring sufficient land is made available to meet demand. CONSULTATION: The consultant worked with Council staff to discuss expectations and requirements of the Council and the plan has been released for a period of public consultation and has also been referred to the various government service agencies who have a particular interest in the development of land. All landowners were visited and consulted to determine their desires and expectations for the future development of their land. Where practicable, those expectations have been incorporated in to the final plan. It must be recognised that there is a differing level of understanding of the land development process and expectations vary across the individual landowners. This scenario is not uncommon in situations where there are multiple landowners. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 69 It is reiterated that whilst the Council may ultimately adopt the current plan as presented, there is no obligation upon the individual landowners to progress the subdivision or development of their land until such time that was suitable to them. Rather, adoption of the plan provides those landowners with a clear and rationale approach to how their land may be developed at a time in the future. Wider public consultation in accordance with the requirements of TPS No.5 has been undertaken once Council has considered the Development Guide Plan. Consultation with the relevant service agencies has already been undertaken in order to identify any issues that may impact upon the proposed plan. In addition, the Scheme requires that once Council is satisfied that the plan adequately addresses the proper and orderly planning of the land, that the plan be advertised in a local newspaper for a period of not less than 21 days and invite comments from the public. Submissions received will then be considered by Council and incorporated into the plan (as may be appropriate) prior to the plan being forwarded to the WAPC for their endorsement. It is proposed that Council delegate authority to the Chief Executive Officer to endorse the plan following the completion of the consultation period on the basis that there are no substantive objections received that cannot be reasonably resolved. Should a submission be received that cannot be satisfactorily resolved then the plan would be referred back to the Council for their consideration. COMMENT: The report prepared by the consultant in support of the application is considered to be a comprehensive assessment that adequately addresses all the relevant aspects of the development that are necessary for Council to support the Development Guide Plan, subject to conditions. The residential development of the subject lots represents a natural extension of the existing residential area of the town. The Guide Plan has been developed with regard to the requirements of the both TPS No.5 and also against the Policies of the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) relating to the subdivision of land. The proposal is considered to meet the relevant requirements of both the Council and the WAPC. The planning of the area has been undertaken to take account of the need to provide a range of lot sizes, to provide a rationalised approach to the provision and location of public open space, the existing road network and opportunity to rationalise excessive road reserve widths in the area, significant trees, drainage opportunities and residential amenity for future residents. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 70 Design Philosophy The design of the Derby Development Guide Plans has sought to follow New Urbanist principles of walk ability and sustainability, whilst being sympathetic to the unique characteristics of. Key elements of this approach have included the consolidation of open space, the increase in residential densities in proximity to the areas of open space and the modified grid road network. In essence the proposed DGP facilitates a small urban infill development to provide for the Towns’ inner expansion to cater for the growth in demand for residential land. The proposed Derby DGP is based on a Traditional Neighbourhood Design (TND) philosophy. The principle of this design philosophy is a walkable layout to minimise car use (where practicable for internal movement) and create a stronger sense of community. The vision for Derby DGP is to focus this around the POS areas while providing good access to surrounding facilities. The design also responds to the changing household structure within Derby and the resultant need for diverse housing stock to cater for the range of household types. The diversity in housing stock will also assist in addressing issues of housing affordability and supply in the Derby region to cater for future demand. The Derby DGP design will protect and enhance the existing natural environmental features that currently exist whilst minimising the impact on adjacent land uses and resources. This is demonstrated by the following: • The DGP promotes efficient use of land by increasing densities around public open space; • The DGP will establish a variety of lot sizes giving residents a range of housing options thereby providing for a diverse population and creating a greater sense of community; • Existing Boab trees have been utilised in open space or road reserves to ensure their retention and this also adds to the amenity of the DGP area and the unique characteristics of Derby; and • The residential area of the DGP has been designed to maximise passive solar opportunities as well as internal and external view lines. It is also intended that detailed site design of dwellings be encouraged to give due consideration of solar access and local breezes. Some of this could be addressed in design guidelines, to be included in applications for the subdivision of lots. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 71 Subdivision Concept: Lot Layout The single residential lots proposed by the DGP range in size from 481m² to 2,640m², providing a variety of lot sizes to meet the projected requirements of the expected future demographic profile. Street blocks have been designed in accordance with the requirements of Liveable Neighbourhoods (LN) to facilitate an urban structure that is pedestrian friendly. The grouped housing lots proposed by the DGP have been located either close to neighbourhood connectors or adjacent to public open space areas. The grouped housing lots will assist in the provision of housing diversity and delivering a housing product to suit people with different needs. As required by LN, all lots proposed by the DGP have been designed with a rectangular shape to enable efficient sighting and construction of a dwelling. The frontages proposed exceed the minimum prescribed by the Residential Design Codes in order to accommodate a range of housing designs, increase access to cross-breezes and to provided additional space to accommodate a boat, caravan or trailer which are common items for households in this region. Lots with rear lane access will be subject to a Detailed Area Plan, which will be prepared at the time of subdivision. The lot layout provides for all lots having either a north-south or east-west orientation, maximising opportunities for solar efficient housing design. The table below provides an outline of the lot yield and estimate dwelling numbers proposed by the DGP: Table 2 – Lot Yield and Dwelling Numbers DGP AREA LOTS DWELLINGS CELL 1 [LOTS 3 & 4] - Single Residential Lots (R20) 70 70 - Grouped Dwelling Lots (R40 5 76 Sub-Total 75 146 CELL 2 [LOT 22] - Single Residential Lots (R20) 23 23 - Grouped Dwelling Lots (R40) 4 25 - Transition Lots (R12.5) 10 10 Sub-Total 37 58 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 72 CELL 3 [LOTS 6 & 23] - Single Residential Lots (R20) 47 47 - Grouped Dwelling Lots (R40) 9 70 - Transition Lots (R12.5) 10 10 - Retained Homestead 1 1 Sub-Total 67 128 TOTAL 179 332 TOTAL DWELLINGS PER HECTARE CELL 1 (8.9088 ha) = 16.38 dwellings per hectare CELL 2 (4.0704 ha) = 14.25 dwellings per hectare CELL 3 (8.9088 ha) = 14.37 dwellings per hectare Public Parkland Three (3) public open space areas have been proposed in the DGP, all of which are located centrally to maximise walk ability to and from the proposed residential areas. The public open space areas have primarily been designed to be bound by residential streets to enhance passive surveillance. The grouped housing sites abutting public open space will also be designed to overlook these areas. The plan has been notated to ensure areas are designed with visually permeable fencing and habitable rooms overlooking the POS to ensure passive surveillance. In addition to their recreational function, the POS areas serve to break the urban development and assist in promoting the penetration of breezes into the subdivision to assist in enhancing the amenity of the areas. The size of the open space areas are as follows: • Lots 3 and 4 - 9,023m²; • Lot 22 - 6,645m²; and • Lots 6 and 23 – 8,358m² (Lot 6 – 4,793m² and Lot 23 – 3,565m²). Overall this represents approximately 11.82% of the gross subdivisible area and includes an allowance for drainage within POS areas, refer to 7.6 below. Table 3 details POS provision for the entire DGP area. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 73 Table 3 – Gross Subdivisible Area and POS Provision Total Area 20.3199 ha Less Deductions Nil Net Developable Area 20.3199 ha POS required at 10% (maximum 2% 2.03199 ha restricted POS) POS/Drainage Provided 1.9224 ha Percentage of POS/Drainage 11.82% Provided Estimated Lot Yield 179 Estimated Dwelling Yield 332 Implementation: Development Guide Plan Adoption The Development Guide Plan has been prepared for ultimate adoption by SDWK under its Town Planning Scheme and endorsement by the WAPC. It is anticipated that this plan form the basis for the submission of subdivision applications as required. In accordance with Clause 5.2.6 of TPS No. 5, following receipt of a Development Guide Plan that the Council considers adequately addresses the orderly and proper planning of the land, the Council shall require the Plan to be advertised in a local newspaper for a period not less than 21 days and invite comments from the public and affected authorities on the plan. Once the Council has resolved to adopt a Development Guide Plan, it shall as soon as practicable, send to the Western Australian Planning Commission a copy of the development plan, details of any conditions, and a précis of submissions received and request the Commission to endorse the plan. Town Planning Scheme No. 5 Following endorsement of the Development Guide Plan, an amendment to Town Planning Scheme No. 5 will need to be initiated by the SDWK Council to rezone the land consistent with the proposed uses of the land under the endorsed Development Guide Plan. It is envisaged that the land will be rezoned from “Rural” to a mixture of “Residential” with a corresponding residential density code, “Parks and Recreation Reserve” and “Road Reserve’. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 74 Detailed Area Plans The Development Guide Plan provides for a range of land use interfaces and lot size allocations. It is intended that Detailed Area Plans be prepared to address such matters as the interaction with POS and the range of lot sizes proposed. Summary: This Development Guide Plan has been prepared drawing on contemporary design philosophies and planning principles. The DGP will guide the subdivision and development of the subject area, which is within close proximity of the Town’s community and recreation facilities, commercial and industrial services and employment centres. The development of this area for residential purposes recognises the existing designation of the landholdings as Residential Development Areas under TPS No. 5 and is therefore consistent with the proper and orderly planning of the area. The DGP is presented to the SDWK and Department of Planning for adoption and endorsement. The SDWK, in accordance with the provisions of TPS No. 5, is requested to adopt this DGP before forwarding to the DOP and WAPC for their endorsement. VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple majority - Absolute where indicated COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.4.1 MINUTE NO. 93/2011: Moved: Cr. C. Travers Seconded: Cr. P. White 1. That Council pursuant to Town Planning Scheme No.5, considers that the Derby Development Guide Plan, prepared by RPS Koltasz Smith and dated February 2010, for Lots 3, 4 & 6 Guildford Street & Lots 22 & 23 Fitzroy Street, Derby adequately addresses the orderly and proper planning of the land and authorises that the plan be advertised in a local newspaper for a period of 21 days and invites comments from the public and affected authorities on the plan. Upon completion of the public submission period, the plan is to be referred back to Council for the consideration of any comments received and be considered for final adoption. Support to the Development Guide Plan is given on the following basis: continued ………. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 75 (i) Council subsidies for the construction of crossovers into and within the estate are not available and the full cost of construction will be for the care of the developer; (ii) Prior to Council supporting any future application for the subdivision of the land, the applicant is to enter into negotiations concerning the development and maintenance of the area of land that is to be given over for Public Open Space and be to the satisfaction of the Council’s Executive Manager, Technical and Development Services; (iii) Prior to Council supporting any future application for the subdivision of the lands, the applicant/owners of those lots facing onto Fitzroy Street are to enter into negotiations concerning the construction and upgrading of Fitzroy Street and for the construction and upgrading of Steel and Herbert Streets. Costs associated with these works are for the care of the developer and works are to be undertaken in accordance with Council specifications and be to the satisfaction of the Council’s Executive Manager, Technical and Development Services; (iv) Prior to the commencement of any development works on site whatsoever, the applicant is to provide a tree retention/management plan to the satisfaction of the Executive Manager, Technical and Development Services, detailing what trees are to be retained or relocated and what measures are to be put in place to ensure that trees are not damaged during development works; (v) Detailed Area Plans are to be prepared by owners/applicants for individual lots to address matters of interaction with areas of Public open space and the range of lot sizes proposed as part of any future rezoning proposal. 2. That the Council by ABSOLUTE MAJORITY delegates to the Chief Executive Officer, authority to approve the application once the proposal has been advertised for a period of 21 days, in accordance with the provisions of Town Planning Scheme No.5. Authority is delegated on the basis that no sustainable objections to the proposal is received and in the case that an objection is received that cannot be satisfactorily resolved, the application is to be referred back to the next available Council meeting for determination. CARRIED 7/0 POINT 2. CARRIED BY AN ABSOLUTE MAJORITY Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 76 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 77 11.4.2 KIMBERLEY ENTRANCE CARAVAN PARK – TEN (10) ON-SITE CABINS Location / Address: Lot 1428 Rowan Street, Derby Name of Applicant/Owner: Kingteam Pty Ltd – Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park File Reference: A107535 Author: Noel Myers – Shire Planner Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 20 June 2011 SUMMARY: The purpose of this report is to consider an application that proposes to locate ten on-site cabins within the Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park. BACKGROUND: The subject property is designated as a Local Scheme Reserve as a Caravan Park. The cabins are proposed to be located toward the western boundary of the park, adjacent to the Rowan Street boundary and will be located wholly within the current boundaries of the caravan park. The Council has recently considered an application to effect an amendment to Town Planning Scheme No.5 whereby the Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park will acquire portions of abutting Crown Land and a Council managed Drainage Reserve that when finalised will increase the overall area of the caravan park from its current 4.39ha to a total area 7.02ha. That approval was issued by Council at the Ordinary Meeting of Council held 31 March 2011. COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.4.4 MINUTE NO. 49/2011: Moved: Cr. P. McCumstie Seconded: Cr. I. Prouse That the Council resolves in pursuance of section 75 of the Planning and Development Act 2005, to initiate an amendment to Town Planning Scheme No.5 by; Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 78 1. Modifying the Scheme Boundary of Town Planning Scheme No.5 to include No.20, Lot 1500 Rowan Street and Lot 580 Rowan Street fully within the area of Town Planning Scheme No.5 by extending the Scheme Boundary from the southern portion of Lot 1500 Rowan Street, Derby where it abuts Lot 1426 Reserve 36206 and in a south westerly direction and then along the southwest boundary of Lot 1500 and then the southwest boundary of Lot 580 Rowan Street to a point to join the continuation of the existing scheme boundary on the north west side of Lot 580; 2. Rezoning the central south-western portion of No.20 Lot 1500 Rowan Street, Derby from a parks & Recreation reserve to a Special Use zone; 3. Zoning the unzoned portion of land along the south-western side of No.20, Lot 1500 Rowan Street to a “Special Use” zone; 4. Rezoning the eastern triangular portion of No.20, Lot 1500 Rowan Street from “Local Road” Reserve to a “Special Use” zone; 5. Allocating the notation of “CCP” (Caravan and Camping Park) and S6 on the Scheme Map over the full extent of Lot 1500; 6. Reserving the balance of Lot 580 Rowan Street as a “Parks and Recreation Reserve; 7. Amending the Table in Appendix 3 “Special Site Schedule (Clause 3.5)” with respect to the land detailed by “Map Reference S6” for the purpose of “Caravan and Camping Park” by deleting reference to the Lot Number of Reserve 17765 and replacing it with the proposed Lot Number of Lot 1500. Advice to applicant: Local Government Planning Fees as charged under the Planning and Development Regulations 2009 (Part 7 Local Government Planning Charges) associated with the progression of this amendment will be shared on a 50% basis with the applicant assuming responsibility for all advertising costs. The amendment is currently being progressed in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Regulations, as are the necessary actions to amend the current lease between the Department of Transport and the Council so that the areas of land to be acquired and amalgamated into the caravan park are excluded from the Port Lease. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 79 STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Town Planning Scheme No.5 (TPS No.5) Caravan Park & Camping Grounds Regulations 1997 Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Act 1995 Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Health Local Laws 1998 POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Nil STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community Nil 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity The proposed development is considered to be aligned with the vision statements and objectives set out within Council’s Strategic Plan 2008-2012 which includes statements concerning; • “The Creation of infrastructure for economic development and employment, including (in part) the; o Availability of quality land to attract new residents, businesses and entrepreneurs; and o Development of quality accommodation for business and tourism. The development is also seen to be consistent with “Key Result Area 3 – Opportunity, Strategy 3.1.1 Accommodation”. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 80 3.1.1 Accommodation Action Plans Milestone Date Responsibility Deliverables 3.1.2 Investment in Accommodation Encourage investment in 4 and 5 star Quality 4 & 5 accommodation for Derby to cater for the star business and tourism markets by: accommodatio n built. a) Creating a Prospectus promoting the Sep 2008 EMCS potential of Derby/West Kimberley. b) Organising a regional investment tour Feb 2009 CEO with follow up for potential investors. c) Complete processes for land tenure to Dec 2010 EMTDS ensure accommodation investment. CONSULTATION: Not required in respect to the development of the units on-site. COMMENT: The proposal to establish a number of on-site cabins within the caravan park is seen to be consistent with the reservation of the land and the uses permitted there under. It is not uncommon that caravan parks provide a range of accommodation uses to cater for the various needs of guests in addition to the traditional camping and caravan bays. As previously stated, it is intended that the units will be located toward the western end of the caravan park and will be aligned at 90 degrees to Rowan Street boundary. There are 10 accommodation units in total that will provide accommodation for 40 people and a separate amenities block will service the units with a meals and lounge and laundry facilities. The units will be fenced off from the balance of the caravan park to provide a discreet area. Until such time that all matters pertaining the amalgamation of the abutting lots are finalised, it will be necessary for the applicant to site all new buildings within the existing boundaries of Lot 1428. Whilst this can be achieved, the applicant had preferred to locate some of the new buildings on a portion of Lot 1427 which is the drainage Reserve currently vested to the Council, however, this will not be possible until all matters concerning the amalgamation and the variation to the Port lease are resolved. Should the outstanding matters be resolved prior to the applicant commencing development then the buildings could be reorientated on the lot to take advantage of the increased area. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 81 In the interim, the applicant is seeking Council’s approval to take access over Lot 1427 so that a separate, discrete vehicle access can be created from Rowan Street. This request is supported. The lot is not developed with any infrastructure and stormwater runoff from Rowan Street has already been redirected over the area which is to be created as a new Lot 580 and vested to the Council for drainage purposes. Support is given on the basis that a new constructed vehicle crossover is installed to formalise access into the property from Rowan Street and is located so as to not affect any street trees within the verge. The development of this area will necessitate to the deletion of several caravan bays (possibly three) and there will be a need to amend the current caravan and camping grounds licence. In addition, the new facility and associated amenities are required to be registered as a Lodging House and comply with the requirements of the Council’s Health Local Laws. Building Design The development will consist of 10 prefabricated units (10 residential and 1 amenities building). It is proposed that each unit will have a pitched gabled roof installed and the buildings will be arranged to in groups of two that will face each other and a covered verandah will be installed between each two units to provide a covered outdoor living area. Whilst relatively modest, the buildings are consistent with what may reasonably be expected within a caravan park. The orientation of the units on the block will result in the units being end onto the street. The caravan park currently has a 1.8 metre high breezeway fence constructed along the Rowan Street frontage and as such the presence of the new buildings will not be a significant element in the streetscape. Summary: In considering the acceptability of the proposal, it is suggested that the development as proposed will assist in expanding upon the range of short stay accommodation choices for visitors to the town. Whilst relatively modest in form, the development accords with the typical form of cabin accommodation that can be found in many caravan parks and meets with the intended reservation and use of the land. The Council has been advocating the need for additional accommodation options in Derby for some time now and the current proposal will address some of that demand in an orderly and proper manner. Having regard to the above, it is considered that the application can be supported. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 82 VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple majority COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.4.2 MINUTE NO. 94/2011: Moved: Cr. P. White Seconded: Cr. P. Kneebone 1. That Council, pursuant to Town Planning Scheme No.5, approves the application submitted by Kingteam Pty Ltd T/As Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park for Ten (10) Four bedroom Accommodation Units and Amenities Building at Lot 1428 Rowan Street, Derby as shown on the plans dated 27 May 2008, subject to the following conditions:- a) All development is to be in accordance with the approved plans dated 27 May 2008; b) The Planning Consent is valid for two years from the date of this letter. This approval shall expire if the development works have not been substantially commenced within this two year period or within any extended period for which the Council has granted consent; c) A Building Licence application under the provisions of the Local Government Miscellaneous Provisions Act must be submitted to and approved by Council prior to the commencement of any on- site works whatsoever. Development under a Building Licence must be substantially commenced within 12 months and completed within two years; d) A new vehicle crossover shall be constructed and sealed to Council’s specification to connect site access to the existing road seal and designed as to not impact on the street drainage system and grade into the existing seal. Details are to be submitted with the application for Building Licence; e) All buildings are to be sited wholly within the boundaries of Lot 1428 Rowan Street, Derby until such time that the amalgamation of that property has been completed and amalgamated into proposed Lot 1500 as shown on Deposited Plan 67091; f) Upon finalisation of the amalgamation of lots as shown on Deposited Plan 67091, the applicant may submit an amended site plan and apply for a Building Licence to construct or relocate buildings onto the portion of the new Lot 1500 (previously shown as Lot 1427); Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 83 g) Plans submitted in support of the application for a Building Licence are to detail the manner in which stormwater is to be disposed of; h) All habitable buildings are to have a finished floor level a minimum of 150mm above the crown of the adjoining road; i) All vehicle parking areas and driveways are to be lit, sealed and drained to the satisfaction of the Shire and are to be and maintained in good repair, j) A suitable bin area is to be provided and suitably screened from the street. No wash down of bins is to occur in this location; k) Buildings are to be connected to the reticulated power, water and sewer systems that service the caravan park to the requirements and standards of the service providers; l) Any clothes drying areas are to be located and or screened so that they are not visible from the street; m) Occupation of the units is restricted to short term occupation only. Longer term leasing of the units under the Residential Tenancies Act is not permitted; n) The new accommodation units are to comply with the requirements of the SDWK Health Local Laws 1998 and be licensed as a Lodging House; o) The existing Caravan Park and Camping Grounds Licence for the Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park is to be amended to reflect the reduction in the number of approved camping bays. 2. That the Council grants Kingteam Pty Ltd T/as Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park vehicular access over Reserve 46816 being Lot 1427 access subject to the applicant installing a constructed vehicle crossover as per condition 1 (d) above. CARRIED 6/1 CR. C. TRAVERS VOTED AGAINST THE MOTION Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 84 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 85 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 86 Declaration of Proximity Interest – Item 11.4.3. – Cr. C. Travers Prior to any consideration of Item 11.4.3, Cr. Travers disclosed a proximity interest in this matter. The nature and extent of the interest is that his rented property is adjacent to Reserve 24904 Alfonsas Street. As a consequence, Cr. Travers advised there might be a perception that his impartiality on the matter may be affected. Cr. Travers declared that his interest in the matter would not affect his ability to discuss the item in an impartial manner. Cr. Travers remained for discussion of this item and voted. 11.4.3 PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO TPS No.5:- AMENDMENT No.18. LOT 1415 ALFONSAS STREET, DERBY Location / Address: Lot 1415 Alfonsas Street, Derby Name of Applicant: LandCorp Owner: Reserve currently Vested in Council File Reference: New file to be created Author: Noel Myers - Shire Planner Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 14th June 2011 SUMMARY: The purpose of this report is to initiate a Scheme Amendment to the Shire of Derby/West Kimberley Town Planning Scheme No.5 (TPS No.5). The proposed amendment seeks to rezone portion of Reserve 24904 Lot 1415 Alfonsas Street Derby from Public Purposes Community Welfare to Residential Development Zone. BACKGROUND: Reserve 24904, Lot 1415 [Subject Site], is a currently underutilised landholding of 9.0058 hectares located approximately 1.5 kilometres from the Town Centre of Derby. The site is bound by Ashley Street on the eastern side, Baobab Street, and some existing land uses on the southern side, Heytesbury Street on the west and Alfonsas Street on the north. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 87 Recent development and expansion of institutional uses, principally the construction of the Derby Prison and the Curtin Detention Centre and associated influx of workers has resulted in an increased demand for home sites in Derby. Combined with significant natural growth in the population, the need for additional residential land has become critical. The subject site represents an opportunity to cater for this increased demand and it is proposed to rezone the land to provide for residential development. The subject site is mostly flat and covered in grasses, shrubs and some boab and eucalyptus trees. The site slopes gently from east to west and there is a small drain on the western side of the site. Historically the land was set aside for and used by the United Aboriginal Mission for institutional residential land uses. A portion of the site, some 1.289 hectares, has been identified for the location of the proposed Kimberley Employment Based Accommodation Project [KEBAP], to provide for transitional housing for indigenous people entering the workforce and into training programmes. This proposed use is not confirmed for the site and Councils negotiations with the Department of Housing are proceeding. This component of the site will not be rezoned and will remain as a separate Reserve, and will remain Reserved under the Scheme for Public Purposes - Community Welfare purposes. Should the KEBAP not proceed, this land can be retained under its current status and potentially be used for an alternate community use should a viable use and need be identified in the future. The amendment rezoning report identifies that there is clear demand for additional residential land and also addresses design and environmental issues, concluding that the land can be subdivided and developed without adverse impacts. Flora, Fauna and geotechnical assessments of the site have been undertaken by the proponent and have concluded that there are no factors that would prevent the use and development of the land for residential purposes. To provide a streamlined process and rectify some shortfalls in process associated with current Scheme provisions, the proponent has prepared Scheme provisions to introduce a Residential Development Zone into the Scheme. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 88 STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Town Planning Scheme No.5 – Part 9 – Clause 9.9.2 in respect to proposed amendments to the Scheme and zoning and development requirements; The subject land is currently Reserved under the Scheme for Public Purposes - Community Welfare. It is proposed to change a portion of the land from the current Public Purposes reservation to the Residential Development Zone, however, this will require the introduction of the Residential Development Zone into the Scheme, as no provisions currently exist for this zone. It is also proposed to introduce new provisions into the Scheme to allow for the operation of this new zone. Similar provisions are already contained within the Scheme, however, new provisions will provide for approval of a subdivision plan consistent with an Outline Development Plan [ODP], rather than having to require rezoning if or when modifications to the subdivision are required. It is not intended to remove the existing scheme provisions that apply to land identified as “residential development areas” and development of those areas will continue to be progressed in accordance with the prevailing scheme provisions as work has already progressed in respect to a number of those lots. Planning and Development Act 2005 – Section 75 in respect to proposed amendments to TPS. No.5. Residential Design Codes of Western Australia (R Codes) in respect to residential densities and development standards. The Shire of Derby West Kimberley has prepared a Local Planning Strategy to guide land use and development within the locality of Derby into the future. The draft Local Planning Strategy has not been released, however, the use and development of the subject land is consistent with the draft Strategy. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Costs associated with the progression of a Scheme Amendment are for the care of the applicant and fees are levied in accordance with the Planning and Development (Local Government Planning Fees) Regulations 2000. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 89 STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community Nil 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity The progression of the amendment is consistent with Council’s Strategic Plan for 2008 – 2015 and in particular with action plan 3.1 to ensure support is provided to encourage private investment and ensuring sufficient land is made available to meet demand. 3.2 Land Release Action Plans Milestone Date Responsibility Deliverables 3.2.1 Planning, Availability of required infrastructure and land for future investment for demand. land development Dec 2008 EMTDS a) Ensure availability of required land in the District Planning Scheme Ongoing CEO and to meet future Council demand in Fitzroy Crossing, Derby Ongoing and Camballin. b) Advocate for headworks, including deep sewerage. Support private and government investment. CONSULTATION: The proponent has met with Council staff to discuss expectations and requirements of the Council. The proponent has also met with Council to discuss the proposed subdivision and development of the land. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 90 Proposed amendments to TPS No.5 are required to be advertised for public comment which is then considered by the Council prior to the amendment being referred to the WAPC for the ultimate endorsement of the Minister. The Council in conjunction with Landcorp has initiated some preliminary consultation with local stakeholders about the future development of the site and as to the heritage clearance of the site. It is important that further consultation occur with the community as the amendment is progressed. COMMENT: The purpose of this amendment is to allow for the residential development of 7.7168 hectares of Lot 1415 Ashley Street, Derby. Current Scheme provisions provide Special Control Area provisions to create Residential Development Areas. However, these provisions create an onerous requirement on developers and subdividers, as Rezoning and Subdivision process are required to run concurrently, and Rezoning cannot be finalised until such time as the proposed subdivision has been designed and constructed, and has reached the point were titles are ready to applied for. This creates a situation where the Western Australian Planning Commission is required to approve subdivisions while rezoning has not been finalised, and places the Shire and Western Australian Planning Commission, as well as developers and subdividers, at potential risk. While adaptive processes have been utilised and will continue to be utilised for the balance of lots within the Residential Development Areas by the Shire and the Western Australian Planning Commission to overcome these shortfalls in the rezoning process, it is preferable to modify the Scheme to create a process that allows finalisation of the Amendment prior to submission, assessment and determination of associated subdivision. Other Town Planning Schemes, as well as the Model Scheme Text, have provisions that provide for a process that allows for approval of rezoning amendments prior to consideration of subdivision applications, and this process is relatively standard, and widely accepted. Accordingly, this amendment seeks to introduce Residential Development Zone provisions to provide such a process. These new provisions provide a process of preparation of an Outline Development Plan (ODP), as well as objectives and policies for the new Residential Development Zone under Table 1 - Zone Objectives and Policies. The proposed provisions also provide a process for modification of an adopted ODP. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 91 It should be noted that the ODP is required to be adopted by Council separately to this rezoning process and modifications to the ODP will similarly require further consideration by Council. In addition to introducing the Residential Development Zone into the Scheme, the amendment outlines appropriate use class permissibility for all existing use classes within Table 2 - Zoning Table, to provide a rational decision making framework. These provisions will create a familiar, consistent and rational process for rezoning and subdivision of land for residential purposes. The amendment then seeks to rezone Lot 1415 Ashley Street to the newly introduced Residential Development Zone, as well as amend the Scheme maps appropriately. Outline Development Plan: The proposed Scheme provisions provide for the preparation of an Outline Development Plan, and an ODP has been prepared to guide development of the site. The principal focus of the design is an extension of the existing east-west street pattern. This has allowed for the provision of consistent lot shapes, as well as orientation of the lots to take advantage of prevailing breezes. Passive solar design has also been a key consideration. The road network and public open space areas have also been designed to protect significant clusters and stands of trees, and to utilise historic components of the site such as gardens and exotic fruit trees. The design also accommodates pedestrian access consistent with the surrounding movement network. Given the present cross fall and drainage patterns, and proposed east west orientation, it is intended to utilise the existing drain within Heytesbury Street to capture stormwater and runoff from the proposed residential lots. This drain would be enhanced to ensure that all stormwater is treated according to Urban Stormwater Management best practice. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 92 To ensure that minimal fill is required, it is proposed to retain existing ground levels. This will allow for retention of trees, and utilisation of the gradient of the site for drainage. It is recognised that access to Ashley Street should be discouraged, and accordingly the number of roads accessing this street has been kept to a minimum. Additionally, all lots have been oriented to ensure that there are no driveway crossovers required to access any lots from Ashley Street. Similarly, driveway crossovers have been limited to Heytesbury Street to minimise the number of culverts crossing the existing drain along this street. Access to land at the southern side of the site is also problematic as the existing drain traverses part of the southern boundary. This area has been designed to minimise access to Baobab Street, with only one lot requiring access to this street. Significant effort has gone into design to ensure retention of trees located on the site, with the movement network and lot layout designed to ensure trees, especially trees identified as culturally significant, are retained. It is proposed to implement appropriate provisions at the subdivision stage to provide a formal mechanism for retention of selected trees. The Outline Development Plan’s road reserve widths range from 16 - 20 metres, with several smaller access places at 10 metres in width. Roads will be constructed to the specifications and standards of the local government at subdivision stage. Proposed Scheme Amendment: • To introduce Residential Development Zone provisions into TPS 5; • To change portion of Lot 1215 Ashley Street from the Public Purposes - Community Welfare Reservation to the Residential Development Zone • To revise the Scheme Maps accordingly Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 93 Scheme Amendment Process: In summary, the process for the amendment is as follows: • Council initiates amendment; • Proposal is referred to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) & WAPC for review; • Upon receipt of comments from the EPA, the amendment can be advertised for comment; • Council reconsiders proposal in light of any submissions received and decides to proceed or not proceed with amendment; • The amendment is referred to the WAPC for assessment and referral to Minister for Planning and infrastructure for final approval, Once the Planning Scheme amendment is adopted, the subdivision process will follow. During this process, Council will have the opportunity to comment on the proposed subdivision of the land, and will be able to specify the standards for roads, Public Open Space, drainage and other relevant issues. SUMMARY: To provide for the subdivision and development of portion of Lot 1415 Aflonsas Street, rezoning of the land is required. Assessment of the land to demonstrate capability for the proposed use has been undertaken, and amendment documents have been prepared to progress the rezoning. Detailed investigations indicate there are no environmental constraints to the proposed subdivision, and that hydrology and geology similarly not pose any risk. Initiation of the amendment is the first step in the process, and will lead to public advertising of the amendment. To provide for subdivision, a new zone, the Residential Development Zone, will be introduced into the Scheme to provide a rational amendment and subdivision process that provides control and certainty, while maintaining flexibility. Significant effort has gone into design to retain trees, as well as provide for climate sensitive design. An Outline Development Plan [ODP] has been prepared to guide subdivision, in accordance with the Scheme provisions included in the amendment. This ODP is required to be adopted by Council. The Outline Development Plan will form the basis of future subdivision, and will ensure that the subdivision will occur in accordance with the ODP which can be modified as circumstances require, but that provides an appropriate approvals framework to ensure that subdivision and development meet Shire requirements. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 94 VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple majority OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 11.4.3 – MINUTE NO. 95/2011: Moved: Cr. P. White Seconded: Cr. A. Kogolo That Council: 1. Pursuant to Section 7 of the Town Planning and Development Act 1928 (as amended), amend the Shire of Derby West Kimberley Town Planning Scheme No. 5 by: 1. Adding the Residential Development Zone to the list of zones under Clause 3.1 2. Adding a new column to Table 2: Zoning Table titled Residential Development Zone, with the following use class permissibility’s: continued ……….. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 95 ZONE DEVELOPMEN RESIDENTIAL TYPE LANDUSE T ZONE AMUSEMENT FACILITY X CAR PARK X CARAVAN PARK X FAST FOOD OUTLET X FISH SHOP X FUNERAL PARLOUR X GARDEN CENTRE X HEALTH STUDIO X HOME OCCUPATION AA HOTEL X LAUNDROMAT X MARKET X COMMERCIAL MOTEL X NIGHTCLUB X MOTOR VEHICLE OR MARINE X SALES MOTOR VEHICLE HIRE X NURSERY X OFFICE X RECEPTION CENTRE X RESTRICTED PREMISES X RESTAURANT X SERVICE STATION X SHOP X SHORT STAY ACCOMODATION SA SHOWROOM X TAVERN X WAREHOUSE X WAYSIDE STALL X ZONE DEVELOPMEN RESIDENTIAL TYPE LANDUSE T ZONE SINGLE HOUSE P RESIDENTI GROUPED DWELLING AA MULTIPLE DWELLING AA AL AGED AND DEPENDENT AA PERSONS CARETAKER’S DWELLING X Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 96 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING SA TEMPORARY ACCOMODATION X STAFF QUARTERS X OUTBUILDING IP CLUB PREMISES X COMMUNITY SERVCE DEPOT X AMD 4 GG 21/3/03 CONSULTING ROOMS SA DAY/CHILDCARE CENTRE X EDUCATION ESTABLISHMENT X FAMILY DAY CARE AA HOSPITAL X KINDERGARTEN X MEDICAL CENTRE X PUBLIC UTILITY P PUBLIC AMUSEMENT X PUBLIC WORSHIP SA REHABILITATION CENTRE X RADIO AND TV INSTALLATION X REFUGE/SAFEHOUSE SA VETERINARY HOSPITAL X FUEL DEPOT X INDUSTRY - GENERAL X -LIGHT X INDUSTRY -SERVICE X -COTTAGE X -RURAL X MOTOR VEHICLE REPAIR X MOTOR WRECKING X SALVAGE YARD X TRANSPORT DEPOT X KENNELS/CATTERY X RURAL POULTRY FARMING X RURAL PURSUIT X STABLES X 3. Introducing the following Residential Development Zones provisions into the Scheme as Section 3.8: continued ………… Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 97 RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE Zone Objectives (a) To identify opportunities for future subdivision and development of land for the purposes of single and group residential purposes together with, if determined necessary by Council, associated community and recreational facilities. (b) To ensure that subdivision and development of land within the zone is consistent with an Outline Development Plan adopted by Council and endorsed by the Western Australian Planning Commission prepared in accordance with Clause 5.8 of this Scheme. (c) To designate land for residential development to meet the needs of the town in locations that can be economically serviced and are environmentally suitable. (d) To provide a range in housing and lifestyle choice and protect the amenity and character of residential areas. Zone Policies (i) To promote development that is suitable for the local climate, designed to minimise energy consumption and reinforces the character of the residential precinct within which it is located; (ii) To ensure that necessary physical and social infrastructure is provided in conjunction with residential development; (iii) To promote residential development consistent with the Residential Planning codes or any variations to those codes as set out in this scheme; (iv) To limit the height and scale of any residential development to that of a domestic character consistent with surrounding residential development. 4. Introducing the following provisions for the preparation and adoption of Outline Development Plans into the Scheme as Section 5.8: 5.8 OUTLINE DEVELOPMENT PLAN PREPARATION AND ADOPTION 5.8.1 Requirement for Outline Development Plan continued ………….. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 98 Prior to subdivision and development proceeding on land within the Residential Development Zone Council shall require the preparation and endorsement of an Outline Development Plan for the land consistent with the proposed uses of the land under the endorsed Outline Development Plan. 5.8.2 Preparation of Outline Development Plan An Outline Development Plan required by Clause 5.8.1 above shall comprehensively address, but not be limited to, the following matters: (a) the physical and environmental characteristics of the land; (b) the proposed allocation of land use, subdivision and residential codes as applicable; (c) physical features the subdivision is intended to conserve and any areas to be set aside for public open space, pedestrian access ways, foreshore reserves and other reserves; (d) the principal road and other transport systems; (e) methods to be used to control and dispose of storm water runoff; (f) the allocation of Buffers and their treatment having regard for adjacent land; (g) the provision of community services and facilities; (h) staging of the development; and (i) such other information as the Council may require. 5.8.3 Residential Lot Sizes An Outline Development Plan for land in the Residential Development Zone shall provide for a range of residential densities at the discretion of Council, which shall not exceed a maximum density of Residential R40. The Outline Development Plan should include provision for single residential lots and grouped dwelling sites and/or multiple dwelling sites. continued …………… Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 99 5.8.4 Approval of Outline Development Plan Following receipt of a Outline Development Plan that the Council considers adequately addresses the orderly and proper planning of the land the Council shall require the Plan to be advertised in a local newspaper for a period not less than 21 days and invite comments from the public and affected authorities on the plan. Once the Council has resolved to adopt a Outline Development Plan, it shall as soon as practicable, send to the Western Australian Planning Commission a copy of the development plan, details of any conditions, and a précis of submissions received and request the Commission to endorse the plan. 5.8.5 Implementation of an Outline Development Plan The subdivision or development of land the subject of an endorsed Outline Development Plan shall be in accordance with that plan. 5.8.6 Modification of an Outline Development Plan A proposed modification that materially affects a Outline Development Plan or a review of a Outline Development Plan shall for the purpose of Clause 5.2.4 to Clause 5.2.6 be a Outline Development Plan. 5. Change portion of Lot 1415 Ashley Street from the Public Purposes - Community Welfare Reservation to the Residential Development Zone; and 6. Amending the Scheme Maps and the Legend to the Scheme Maps accordingly. 2. Authorises the Shire President and the Chief Executive Officer to execute the relevant documentation; 3. Forwards the Town Planning Scheme Amendment to the Environmental Protection Authority, requesting that the level of assessment for the amendment be set pursuant to Section 48A of the Environmental Protection ct 1986 (as amended); and 4. Upon receipt of the level of assessment from the Environmental Protection Authority, advertise the amendment for a period of 42 days as required by the Planning & Development Act 5. Adopts the Alfonsas Street Outline Development Plan. CARRIED 7/0 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 100 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 101 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 102 11.5 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & RECREATION SERVICES Nil. 12.0 MOTIONS OF WHICH PREVIOUS NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN Nil. 13.0 QUESTIONS BY MEMBERS FOR WHICH DUE NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN Nil. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 103 14.0 NEW BUSINESS OF AN URGENT NATURE APPROVED BY PRESIDING PERSON OR BY DECISION OF MEETING 14.1 RATES MODELLING – 2011/2012 Location / Address: N/A Name of Applicant / Owner: N/A File Reference: FM/19 Author: Martin Cuthbert - Executive Manager Corporate Services Disclosure of Any Interest: Nil Date of Report: 20 June 2011 SUMMARY: It is important that Council adopts an adequate rating structure to ensure that the Council continues to maintain and increase its own income sources, so as to finance the services needed by the community. The recommendations involve the following:- Increase in the GRV rate yield by 11.9% Increase in the General UV rate in the dollar by 4.9%. Pastoral UV rate in the dollar to remain the same as the 2010/2011 financial year. Increase in Mining UV rate in the dollar by 4.9%. Adoption of a Mining Differential rate – It is proposed that this be 19.6724 cents in the dollar. Adoption of a Pastoral Differential rate – It is proposed that this be 3.2100 cents in the dollar. Increase in minimums from $667 to $746. Adoption of a 2.0% discount for the early payment of Rates. Council has before it a number of existing assets which must be either repaired, upgraded, or replaced. A 10 year future financial plan has identified where there are large capital costs before Council, and Council’s rates need to increase to help pay for such items. The biggest are the Derby Wharf precinct, airport infrastructure maintenance, visitor centre/administration building upgrade and road maintenance/construction. The costs of these to Council for future years equates to millions of dollars. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 104 The new yield from all rates for the 2011/12 year is projected to be some $4.882 million after discounts and concessions are applied. Such money is used across a wide array of services. BACKGROUND: Increasing rates is never popular, but is necessary for the provision of works and services and for the good governance of the Shire. Rate increases need to occur each year, as costs increase each year. Financial analysis has produced a multiple year financial management plan that predicts and identifies the financial future of the Shire of Derby West Kimberley. As identified in the past years, and in many previous reports to Council, (including the Plan for the Future of the District), there is a very high requirement for upgrading of some significant existing capital assets. This involves many millions of dollars, but is necessary to maintain what is currently provided for users and the community in general. Therefore the Council's rate income needs to increase each year, and beyond just the level of operating cost increases. In acknowledgement of this Council has previously adopted a policy to exceed inflation increases on rates by 2% which is a consistent approach with other local authorities. The additional amount raised is used for the replacement of assets. In order to reduce the direct burden on ratepayers, continued efforts have been made to pursue as many grants and alternative sources of income as possible. Focus also remains on maintaining operating costs at acceptable levels, and to attempt to provide services in the most effective and efficient manner. Before proceeding further, it is pointed out that percentage increases are not always a good indicator of the dollar increase – An example of this is within the 2009/10 financial year a 1% increase for an average block of land in Broome amounted to a dollar increase of $18.61, while a 1% increase in Derby amounted to $15.34. In other words, rate increases on a residential lot in Broome can be lower in percentage terms, but much higher in dollar terms, than those in Derby. However, each town and Shire has its own challenges and each needs to structure their rates according to their own particular requirements. For the information of Councillors, the proposed new residential rates (excluding rubbish charges and ESL) are still below many other north western towns. Below is stated a comparison of ‘average’ residential rates that applied for various Kimberley and Pilbara towns within the 2010/11 financial year:- Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 105 TOWN RATES MINIMUM RATE IN $ Derby $1,640 $667 11.4742 Broome $2,007 $957 07.1037 Kununurra $830 07.1200 Halls Creek $600 11.3700 Port Hedland $1,958 $800 04.2640 Roebourne $1,803 $1,070 02.7490 (NOTE: Only Derby and Kununurra have discount systems). It should be noted that not all towns have the same level of service provision and that each Council has its own different set of problems to address. Further, it is also pointed out that variation in rate valuations occur as the status of properties change. For the 2011/12 year there has been a large increase in the number of properties used for mining purposes, and therefore an increase in valuations for these has occurred causing a corresponding yield increase. It is proposed to continue to use differential rates for both mining and pastoral leases. The main reason to use a higher rate in the dollar for properties predominately used for mining purposes is that it will create a more equitable level of contribution for the level of services provided eg. (heavily laden trucks travelling on Council controlled roads and streets). The main reason to use a lower rate in the dollar for properties predominately used for pastoral purposes is that due to large increases in valuations in previous years the lower rate in the dollar will create a more equitable level of contribution for this property type when comparing to neighbouring Shire’s. At this point it is worth noting that there is a proposed increase in rubbish collection charges. It is proposed that residential rubbish charges increase from $357 to $386 and commercial collections increase from $570 to $616. This represents an 8% increase in rubbish charges which takes into account the large increases in service delivery costs that have occurred in prior years which have flowed through to the waste collection contract. These charges will only recoup some of the costs as current sanitation charges cost Council approximately $1,920,000 per year. The rubbish charges generate approximately $774,000. The new charges equate to approximately $7.42 per week for residential properties from $6.86 and $11.85 for commercial properties from $10.96. A discount is recommended at the level of 2.0% for the 2011/12 year. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 106 STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT: Adoption of rates normally occurs at budget adoption time, which is proposed to occur in August 2011. This report proposes to adopt the rate levels ‘in principle’ at this time. It is a requirement under section 6.36 of the Local Government Act 1995 that where a Council elects to utilise Differential Rates then it shall advertise its intention to do so, and call for submissions for a period of least 21 days before any further action occurs. POLICY IMPLICATIONS: Nil FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Variation from these proposals will change the affordability projections of the items proposed in Council's Plan for the Future. Any decrease could then mean that the projects included may not occur as proposed. STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS: 1. Community Nil 2. Lifestyle Nil 3. Opportunity It is considered quite important that Council continue to increase its rates, and other sources of income, at higher levels than that of inflation. WALGA have produced a report noting that general CPI is not a good indication of inflation for Local Governments as a large portion of cost increases in Local Government is concerned with infrastructure and transport costs which are considerably higher than the standard CPI for a family. Rates increases are crucial to the replacement of assets as identified within the Plan for the Future. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 107 CONSULTATION: There is a statutory requirement that the proposed differential rating of mining properties and pastoral properties be advertised and submissions called for a period of 21 days. Any submissions received will then be considered prior to the budget adoption. The advertisement period is proposed to occur during next month. COMMENT: There are expectations by the community that the Council will act in a wide variety of fields providing additional services; in the majority of cases this involves additional costs. The Council needs to increase its rates over and above the level of inflation in order to maintain assets and services for the future. While a large increase in rates in the last 5 years could have been recommended, the strategy proposed at that time was for a more gradual, multiple year approach. The proposals contained within this report are for a continuation of that strategy with a refinement with the pastoral and mining properties through differential rates. GRV Properties – Proposed Rates The Rates Model includes a new GRV rate in the dollar of 8.1635 cents for residential properties, and other GRV properties, including those classified/coded as Commercial or Industrial properties. This is a 11.90% increase above the previous level. A complete revaluation was undertaken of all GRV properties by the Valuer Generals Office during the year with the new valuations to take into effect as of 1 July 2011. Due largely to the recent boom being experienced by the property market in Derby the GRV valuations have increased significantly with the total GRV rateable value increasing from $20,483,746 in 2010/11 to $34,669,655 for 2011/12. The effect of this is especially noticeable in the newer areas of Derby such as Ashley Grove, Bloodwood Crescent and Kurrajong Loop etc where heavy investment in rental properties is being experienced. GRV’s on properties in this area have increased in the vicinity of 80 to 100% resulting in a rates increase of approximately $500 a year while older areas have had increases of between 30 and 50% equating to rates increases between $60 and $100. Many properties such as those owned by the State Government have been redeveloped during the last couple of years into multi dwelling sites so the values have increased accordingly with some properties increasing by 170%. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 108 UV Properties – Proposed Rate (other than Mining) The rate in the dollar for UV properties, except those coded as being predominately used for Mining and Pastoral, is proposed at 15.9381 cents for these properties, which is a 4.9% increase over the previous year’s level. Mining Properties – Proposed Differential Rate It is considered important that mining properties adequately contribute to Council's rate income at a higher level as they are heavy users of Council's road system, and contribute to its deterioration at a far higher level than other ratepayers. Because of this it is not unusual for Councils throughout Australia to adopt higher rates for mining properties, and other heavy users of road systems, than that which applies to other properties. Higher mining rates have not been a deterrent to mining occurring in this or other Shires, as rates are only a minor fraction of their operating costs. It is proposed that the rate in the dollar for mining properties be set at 19.6724 cents in the dollar which is a 4.9% increase from last years rate in the dollar. Pastoral Properties – Proposed Differential Rate It is proposed that the rate in the dollar for pastoral properties be set at 3.2100 cents in the dollar which is the same as last year’s rate in the dollar. This differential rate was reduced last year in recognition of high valuations that were received in prior years. Due to recent events within the pastoralist community in relation to the export of cattle it is being recommended that the rate in the dollar remain the same as the current financial year. Council may wish to consider other options to provide rate relief for pastoralists such as a percentage concession or a wavier of interest charges for the 2011/12 financial year. Many Councils use differential rates, on a multitude of different use properties. For the information of Councillors, the Shire of Broome has 16 different classifications for rates, while the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley Shire has 5 different rates classifications. It is proposed that the Shire of Derby West Kimberley have 4 classifications for the 2011/12 year. Minimum Rate It is proposed that these be increased from $667 to $746 for the 2011/12 year. This level is not considered high compared to the extensive level of services provided by the Shire of Derby West Kimberley as well as comparing it to other Councils throughout the state. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 109 Waste/Rubbish Charges A one-per-week collection applies during the dry season, and a twice weekly collection during the wet season. Further, additional kerb side ‘clean-ups’ of 4 times during the year will enable Council and the contractor to better organise the Derby waste management site disposals, as well as to help reduce risks at cyclone times. Due to increasing contractor expenses there is a need to increase the rubbish charges. It is proposed that residential rubbish charges increase for $357 to $386 and commercial collections increase from $570 to $616. This charge is only to recoup costs that the Shire incurs to provide the service. This increase will help to bridge the gap on rubbish income compared to rubbish expense. The new charge will equate to approx $7.42 per week for residential properties and $11.85 for commercial properties. This is for information purposes only as it is covered in fees and charges. Discount System/Scheme Council introduced a new discount system in the 2002/03 year. There are positive benefits to ratepayers who can pay early, but negative effects to those who cannot. Earlier payments can help Council's cash flow and possibly debt recovery however there is often a loss (of forgone income) to the Council of utilising such a scheme. Given the level of costs of replacing major capital assets that need to be addressed, forgoing a large amount of income is not considered the most appropriate action. The foregone income for the 2007/08 year was $31,006, the 2008/09 year was $37,073 the 2009/10 year was $39,461 and in the 2010/11 year was $50,634. When considering utilising such a discount schemes, Council should take into account the practical application of such schemes, as well as ensuring they are in accordance with the Local Government Act. The proposal for the 2011/12 year is the same as that which applies in a number of other Councils in WA, that being the discount only applies where the rates and all arrears are paid in full by the due date, which is 35 days from the date of the service of the rate notice. No discount applies where the instalment payment option is used, nor does the discount apply to rubbish service charges. As mentioned, this is the same as that which applies in many other Councils. Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 110 The amount of the discount will be shown on each rate notice. It is proposed that a discount of 2.0% apply. The attached spreadsheet displays the current year rates and the proposed rates for next financial year. VOTING REQUIREMENT: Simple Majority This is all that is required, as the matter is merely an “In Principle” issue at this time, as the formal adoption of rates is part of the Budget resolutions. COUNCIL DECISION & OFFICER RECOMMENDATION – ITEM 14.1 MINUTE NO. 96/2011: Moved: Cr. R. Sullivan Seconded: Cr. P. White 1. That the proposals included in the rating model as outlined in this report be adopted “in principle” as Council’s proposed rating structure for the 2011/2012 financial year, which includes the following proposed rates:- 1.1 A GRV rate of 8.1635 cents in the dollar; 1.2 A UV rate of 15.9381 cents in the dollar for all UV rated properties, except those used or coded as used for mining and pastoral purposes; 1.3 A UV Differential rate of 19.6724 cents in the dollar for all those properties predominantly used for mining purposes, or where held as a lease for mining purposes; 1.4 A UV Differential rate of 3.2100 cents in the dollar for all those properties predominantly used for pastoral purposes; 1.5 A minimum rate of $746.00 for all properties, both GRV valuations and UV valuations. 2. That a provision be included in the budget for the offering of a 2.0% discount on the early payment of rates for the 2011/12 year. CARRIED 7/0 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 111 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 112 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 113 Minutes - Ordinary Council Meeting – 30th June, 2011 114 15.0 MATTERS BEHIND CLOSED DOORS Nil. 16.0 CLOSURE OF MEETING The President closed the meeting at 2.05 p.m. These minutes were confirmed at a meeting on ........................................... Signed: ............................. Presiding Person at the meeting at which these minutes were confirmed. Date: .................................
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