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					CITY OF KALGOORLIE-BOULDER

                  MINUTES

 Of the Ordinary Meeting of Council held at 7:00 pm on


                 25 June 2007
COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES                                                                          25 JUNE 2007


                                TABLE OF CONTENTS

ITEM                                            SUBJECT                                                 PAGE NO

1      DECLARATIONS OF OPENING/ANNOUNCEMENTS OF VISITORS ........1

2      OPENING PRAYER .....................................................................................1

3      DISCLAIMER READING ..............................................................................1

4      RECORD OF ATTENDANCE/APOLOGIES/LEAVE OF ABSENCE
       (PREVIOUSLY APPROVED) .......................................................................1

5      RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS PUBLIC QUESTIONS TAKEN ON
       NOTICE ........................................................................................................3

6      PUBLIC QUESTION TIME ...........................................................................3

7      PETITIONS/DEPUTATIONS/PRESENTATIONS .........................................3

8      NOTATIONS OF INTEREST ........................................................................3

       8.1          FINANCIAL INTEREST – LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
                    SECTION 5.60A ............................................................................3

       8.2          PROXIMITY INTEREST – LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT
                    SECTION 5.60B ............................................................................3

       8.3          INTEREST AFFECTING IMPARTIALITY – CITY OF
                    KALGOORLIE-BOULDER CODE OF CONDUCT ........................3

9      APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE .............................................3

10     ANNOUNCEMENTS BY THE PERSON PRESIDING WITHOUT
       DISCUSSIONS .............................................................................................4

11     CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES ...................................................................4

12     URGENT BUSINESS APPROVED BY THE PERSON PRESIDING OR
       BY DECISION ..............................................................................................4

13     MOTIONS OF WHICH PREVIOUS NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN ................4

14     REPORTS OF COMMITTEES......................................................................5

       14.1         ALL PURPOSE COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 18 JUNE
                    2007...............................................................................................5

       14.1.1       DRAFT LOCAL GOVERNMENT (RULES OF CONDUCT)
                    REGULATIONS 2007 ....................................................................5


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            14.2        AIRPORT COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 20 JUNE 2007 .....8

            14.2.1      KAMBALDA SKYSPORTS – TANDEM PARACHUTING
                        PROPOSAL – VACANT LAND ADJACENT TO AIRPORT ...........8

            14.2.2      KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – 2005/06
                        COMPETITIVE NEUTRALITY REVIEW REPORT – RSM
                        BIRD CAMERON .........................................................................11

            14.2.3      KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – 2007/08 DRAFT
                        AIRPORT BUDGET .....................................................................13

            14.2.4      KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – KBAC –
                        APPLICATION TO ENCLOSE EXTERNAL PATIO .....................16

            14.2.5      KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – KBAC – LIQUOR
                        LICENCE .....................................................................................18

            14.2.6      KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – MONTHLY
                        FINANCIAL REPORT TO MAY 2007 ..........................................20

            14.2.7      KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – PASSENGER
                        STATISTICS TO APRIL 2007 & LANDING STATISTICS TO
                        MAY 2007 ....................................................................................22

REPORTS OF OFFICERS ........................................................................................24

15          CHIEF EXECUTIVE....................................................................................24

            15.1        GENERAL ...................................................................................24

            15.1.1      ENGAGEMENT OF MCMILLAN SHAKESPEARE AS
                        SALARY PACKAGING PROVIDER.............................................24

            15.1.2      WALGA VACANCIES ROUND 3.07 ............................................26

16          COMMUNITY & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ...........................................28

            16.1        DEVELOPMENT SERVICES ......................................................28

            16.1.1      APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - FOUR, TWO
                        STOREY GROUPED DWELLINGS AT LOT 890 (23-25)
                        MACDONALD STREET, KALGOORLIE......................................28

            16.1.2      APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL FOR SIGNAGE
                        (ASSOCIATED WITH GOLF COURSE ESTATE), LOT 4228,
                        ASLETT DRIVE, HANNANS ........................................................32

            16.1.3      LOT 440 (43) EGAN STREET, KALGOORLIE (UNITING
                        CHURCH AND MANSE) - COMMENT ON ENTRY TO STATE
                        REGISTER OF HERITAGE PLACES ..........................................35



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      16.1.4      RESERVE 42132 - PROPOSED DISPOSAL ..............................37

17    ENGINEERING SERVICES .......................................................................40

      17.1        ROADS & TRANSPORT .............................................................40

      17.1.1      TENDER NUMBER T20-06/07 SUPPLY ONE (1) ONLY 12-13
                  TONNE TIP TRUCK ....................................................................40

      17.1.2      TENDER NUMBER T22-06/07 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF
                  ONE (1) 3 TONNE TIP TRUCK AND TRADE KBC 2668 ............43

      17.1.3      TENDER NUMBER T23-06/07- SUPPLY ONE (1) ONLY 5
                  TONNE FLAT TOP TRUCK AND TRADE KBC 2669 ..................46

      17.1.4      TENDER NUMBER T24-06/07 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF
                  ONE 5 TONNE FLAT TOP TRUCK WITH TRAY MOUNTED
                  CRANE ........................................................................................49

      17.1.5      TENDER NUMBER T25-06/07 SUPPLY ONE (1) ONLY
                  COMMUNITY CENTRE BUS AND TRADE KBC 2659................52

      17.2        GENERAL ...................................................................................55

      17.2.1      2007/08 STREETVISION STREETLIGHTING AGREEMENT .....55

      17.2.2      CLOSURE OF PAW BETWEEN 34-36 SHAW STREET.............57

18    CORPORATE SERVICES ..........................................................................59

      18.1        FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION .................................................59

      18.1.1      STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY FOR THE PERIOD
                  ENDED 31 MAY 2007 .................................................................59

      18.1.2      ACCOUNTS PAYABLE FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 2007 .........63

      18.2        GENERAL ...................................................................................65

      18.2.1      SERVICE AGREEMENT - CCTV ................................................65

19    QUESTIONS OF WHICH DUE NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN .....................68

20    INFORMATION BULLETIN – 25 JUNE 2007 ............................................69

21    CONFIDENTIAL ITEMS .............................................................................70

      21.1        CHIEF EXECUTIVE.....................................................................70

      21.1.1      KALGOORLIE-MELBOURNE AIRLINK .......................................70

      21.1.2      TOTAL WASTE MANAGEMENT VS CITY OF KALGOORLIE-
                  BOULDER ...................................................................................72

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22    DATE OF NEXT MEETING ........................................................................74

23    CLOSURE ..................................................................................................74




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1   DECLARATIONS OF OPENING/ANNOUNCEMENTS OF
    VISITORS
    The Mayor declared the meeting open at 7:00 pm welcoming the gallery and
    those present.

2   OPENING PRAYER
    Opening prayer by Pastor Joseph Yepwi, ChurchWest.

3   DISCLAIMER READING
    The recommendations contained in this agenda are Officer‟s
    recommendations only and should not be acted upon until Council has
    resolved to adopt those recommendations.

    The resolutions of Council should be confirmed by perusing the minutes of the
    Council meeting at which these recommendations were considered.

    Members of the public should also note that they act at their own risk if they
    enact any resolution prior to receiving official written notification of Council‟s
    decision.

4   RECORD OF ATTENDANCE/APOLOGIES/LEAVE OF ABSENCE
    (PREVIOUSLY APPROVED)
    In Attendance

    Mayor R Yuryevich
    Councillor G Thomson
    Councillor D Botica
    Councillor N Wolski
    Councillor W Johnson (Arrived 7.03pm)
    Councillor R Haigh
    Councillor E Roadnight
    Councillor D Daws
    Councillor A Pendal
    Councillor A Petz
    Councillor S Williams

    Members of Staff:

    Mr D Burnett                   Chief Executive Officer
    Mr E W Piper                   Director Corporate Services
    Mr R Radosevich                Director Engineering Services
    Mr T Chisholm                  Director Community & Development Services
    Mr D Wallace                   Manager Engineering
    Mr D Tonkin                    Airport Manager
    Mr P Needham                   Manager Planning Services

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    Mrs L Young           Minutes Secretary

    Apologies

    Nil

    Members of Staff:

    Nil

    Leave of Absence

    Nil




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5     RESPONSE TO PREVIOUS PUBLIC QUESTIONS TAKEN ON
      NOTICE
      Nil.

6     PUBLIC QUESTION TIME
      Nil.

7     PETITIONS/DEPUTATIONS/PRESENTATIONS
      Nil.

8     NOTATIONS OF INTEREST
8.1   FINANCIAL INTEREST – LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT SECTION 5.60A

      Councillor Haigh declared an indirect financial interest in Item 16.1.3, Page
      115 of the Ordinary Council meeting agenda of 25 June 2007.

      Mr D Burnett declared an indirect financial interest in Item 15.1.1, Page 58 of
      the Ordinary Council meeting agenda of 25 June 2007.

8.2   PROXIMITY INTEREST – LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT SECTION 5.60B

      Councillor Roadnight declared a proximity interest in Item 16.1.3, Page 115 of
      the Ordinary Council meeting agenda of 25 June 2007.

8.3   INTEREST AFFECTING IMPARTIALITY – CITY OF KALGOORLIE-
      BOULDER CODE OF CONDUCT

      Councillor Haigh declared an interest affecting impartiality in Item 16.1.4, Page
      130 of the Ordinary Council meeting agenda of 25 June 2007.


9     APPLICATIONS FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE
      Councillor Williams requested a leave of absence from 28 June 2007 to 10
      July 2007 inclusive.

COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:         CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR S WILLIAMS
That Council approve Councillor William’s application for leave of absence
from 28 June 2007 to 10 July 2007 inclusive.

                                                                         CARRIED


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                                                                         (11/0)
                                          RES. NO. [4902-25-06-06/07]

10    ANNOUNCEMENTS BY THE PERSON PRESIDING WITHOUT
      DISCUSSIONS
      10.1   Citizenship Ceremony – 27 June 2007
             There is a Citizenship Ceremony will be held on Wednesday 27 June
             2007 in the Banquet Room at the Kalgoorlie Town Hall commencing at
             7pm.

11    CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES

The minutes of the Ordinary meeting of Council of 11 June 2007.


OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:              CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:           CR E ROADNIGHT
That the minutes of the Ordinary meeting of Council held 11 June 2007 be
confirmed as a true record of that meeting.

                                                                   CARRIED
                                                                         (11/0)
                                          RES. NO. [4903-25-06-06/07]


12    URGENT BUSINESS APPROVED BY THE PERSON PRESIDING
      OR BY DECISION
      Nil.

13    MOTIONS OF WHICH PREVIOUS NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN
      Nil




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14           REPORTS OF COMMITTEES
14.1     ALL PURPOSE COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 18 JUNE 2007

14.1.1 DRAFT LOCAL GOVERNMENT (RULES OF CONDUCT) REGULATIONS
       2007

File No:                                0

Attachment(s):                          WALGA State Council Item Rules of Conduct
                                        Local Government Regulations 2007

Responsible Officer:                    Don Burnett
                                        CEO
Author:                                 Maureen Keegan

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Department of Local Government and Regional Development is seeking
comment on the draft Local Government (Rules of Conduct) Regulations 2007.
Elected Members are requested to read the draft regulations including the WALGA
amendments (attached) and put forward any amendments or endorse the
recommendations as they stand.

BACKGROUND
The Minister for Local Government advised on 22 March 2007 that the Local
Government Official Conduct Bill 2005 had progressed unamended by the Legislative
Council and is now awaiting Royal Assent.

The Department Local Government Regional Development consulted extensively
with Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA) and the Local
Government Managers Association (LGMA) on the draft regulations which contain
various matters that already exist in the Elected Member Code of Conduct and they
provided several additional matters.

WALGA considered the draft regulations at State Council 6 June 2007 the item is
attachment 1. The recommendations put forward by WALGA are outlined below

       i.      amendments to enshrine the general principles of conduct for Council members in
               regulation 2 as enforceable provisions within the rules of conduct;
       ii.     removal of regulation 2(1)(h) from the general principles of conduct and inclusion
               in Part 2 – Rules of Conduct as a specific prohibition on conduct by Council
               members;




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    iii.   deleting the word “drug” from regulation 2(1)(h) and replacing it with the word
           “substance” given the broader application of this term to licit and illicit substances
           that may impair a person when acting in their capacity as a Council member;
    iv.    clarification as to the whether the disclosure of information by a Council member,
           where the disclosure is required or permitted by law (regulation 5(2)(g)), will pick
           up disclosures to the Standards Panel or the State Administrative Tribunal;
     v.    clarification of the definition of “tasks” in relation to regulation 8(1);
    vi.    extension of regulation 9(3) to provide that outside closed Council or Committee
           meetings, an Council member be prohibited from making critical or negative
           statements or expressions about any Council employee in the manner prescribed
           when acting in any capacity as an Council member;
    vii.   amendments to regulation 10(1) to provide that membership to WALGA or any
           other Local Government organisation is not be a disclosable interest;
   viii.   amendments to the definition of “interest” in regulation 10(1) to capture
           membership to, or participation in, special interest groups and other incorporated
           and unincorporated organisations that are not associations;
    ix.    deletion of regulation 10(4)(b) to remove the capacity for a Council member to
           avoid disclosing an interest on the claim that he or she was not aware that the
           matter to which he or she had an interest would be discussed at the meeting;
     x.    clarification as to whether individual Council members will be required to assess
           the value of gifts offered or received and how that assessment is to occur, or
           whether the assessment process will be required by the Council‟s administration
           and how that assessment is to occur;
    xi.    clarification as to how an Council member is to ascertain whether it is "reasonable
           to believe" that a person who seeks to give him or her a notifiable gift or prohibited
           gift is intending to undertake business with the Council;
    xii.   amendments to the definition of a “notifiable gift” and “prohibited gift” in regulation
           11(1) to increase the lower and upper threshold of a notifiable gift to a gift worth
           between $100 and $500, and to increase the value of a prohibited gift to a gift
           worth $500 or more; and
   xiii.   consideration as to the requirement to disclose the receipt of gifts within 10 days
           where such disclosure may be problematic if the Council member is interstate or
           overseas at the time of receiving the gift.

It is suggested that clause 9 „Relations with Local Government Employees‟ is
amended to include the term contractor especially with the current skills shortage,
local governments are employing contract employees to assist with workloads and as
such contractors should be offered the same protection as employees.

The Minister envisages that the Rules of Conduct will be in place for the October
2007 Local Government Elections.

Complaints about council members not following the rules under draft regulation 3 to
11 will be considered by the new state-wide standards panel. Regulation 2 deals
with general principle behaviour that council members should follow and the panel
will not sit in judgement about subjective matters as care, honesty and integrity.




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COMMENT
The Minister requests that each local government review the draft guidelines and
identify any further comments that would be appropriate for the uniform rules of local
government regulations.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR E ROADNIGHT

That Council:

Advise the Department of Local Government and Regional Development that
council endorses the regulations with the proposed WALGA comments and
amendment with an extension to Clause 9 Relations with Government
Employees to include Contractors.

                                                                        CARRIED
                                                                              (11/0)
                                              RES. NO. [4904-25-06-06/07]




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14.2   AIRPORT COMMITTEE MEETING HELD ON 20 JUNE 2007

14.2.1 KAMBALDA SKYSPORTS – TANDEM PARACHUTING PROPOSAL –
       VACANT LAND ADJACENT TO AIRPORT

File No:                                       00277

Attachment(s):                                 Tandem Parachute Jump Zone

Responsible Officer:                           Don Burnett
                                               Chief Executive Officer
Author:                                        Darryl Tonkin

Author Disclosure of Interest:                 Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Mr Mick Murtagh on behalf of Kambalda Skysports has made application to conduct
tandem parachute descents onto vacant land owned by the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
external to but contiguous with the north-western boundary of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Airport.

BACKGROUND
The Chief Executive Officer and Airport Manager met with Kambalda Skysports‟
Jump Coordinator, Mr Simon Thompson, and the President of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Aero Club, Mr Shane O‟Neill, on 27 March last.

The disposition of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in terms of allowing tandem
parachute descents within the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport boundary was restated,
however, it was noted that Council may agree to the use of nearby external land for
such purposes on a licence basis.

It was agreed that an area 100 metres square would be sufficient and that Kambalda
Skysports could establish a secure gateway from the airport landside to a foot-bridge
to be constructed across the interjacent drain.

Use of the site would accord strictly with the requirements of CASA and the
Australian Parachute Federation and the jump zone would need to be subjected to
thorough safety inspections before each jumping session. Kambalda Skysports
personnel would be required to be in attendance to maintain safety surveillance over
the area and to prevent access by pedestrians, motorcyclists and cyclists, etc.

A Public Liability Insurance policy of not less than $10 million would need to be in
place and evidence to that effect provided. This amount was suggested by Council
members and agreed to by the applicant.

COMMENT
It is also recommended that the City arrange for the drafting of the licence document
at cost to the Licensee. The term of the licence would be for 12 months with the

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licensee being responsible for checking the security of the site prior to jumps as well
as on-going maintenance.

It is also recommended herein that a licence fee of $100 per annum (plus GST) or
part thereof payable in advance would be appropriate.

In its letter advising acceptance of this arrangement, Kambalda Skysports noted that
they were “interested in using the area mentioned or the Rasmussen Park …”

The Chief Executive Officer has advised Kambalda Skysports that issues associated
with public safety make Rasmussen Park unsuitable as a jump site.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.

OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR N WOLSKI
MOVED:               CR S WILLIAMS

That Council:

1.    Agree to allow Mr Mick Murtagh trading as Kambalda Skysports to use a
      100-metre square area of land adjacent to the north-western boundary of
      the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport for the purpose of tandem parachute
      landings.

2.    Agree that such an arrangement be evidenced in a 12-month use licence
      to be drafted by the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder at cost to Kambalda
      Skysports and that a licence fee of $100.00 per annum or part thereof
      (plus GST) apply.

3.    Agree that Kambalda Skysports be authorised to erect an access gate in
      a convenient location on the airport landside boundary. Padlocks and
      keys which accord with the airport’s master security keying system are
      to be provided to Kambalda Skysports at its cost.

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4.   Authorise Kambalda Skysports to provide at its cost access from the
     gateway across the interjacent open unlined drain.

5.   Require Kambalda Skysports to put in place a $10 million Public Liability
     Insurance policy and to provide to the Chief Executive Officer evidence
     as to the currency of that policy.

6.   Require at all times that the tandem parachute operations are to be
     conducted in strict accordance with the requirements of both CASA and
     the Australian Parachute Federation.

7.   Require that prior to each tandem parachute jumping session the
     licensed area be subjected to a thorough safety inspection and require
     Kambalda Skysports to ensure that adequate personnel are in
     attendance to prevent access into the licensed area by pedestrians,
     motorcyclists and cyclists, etc.

8.   Authorise that the use licence between the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
     and Mr Mick Murtagh trading as Kambalda Skysports be executed by the
     Mayor and Chief Executive Officer under the common seal of the City of
     Kalgoorlie-Boulder in accordance with clause 19.1 of the Standing
     Orders Local Law.

                                                                 CARRIED
                                                                      (11/0)
                                        RES. NO. [4905-25-06-06/07]




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14.2.2 KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – 2005/06 COMPETITIVE
       NEUTRALITY REVIEW REPORT – RSM BIRD CAMERON

File No:                                         01261

Attachment(s):                                   RSM Bird Cameron Report
Responsible Officer:                             Rob Radosevich
                                                 Director Engineering Services

Author:                                          Darryl Tonkin
                                                 Airport Manager

Author Disclosure of Interest:                   Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
RSM Bird Cameron has completed the Competitive Neutrality Review report for the
2005/06 financial year. (See Attachment 1.)

BACKGROUND
The submission of the report was delayed through the need to await the Knight Frank
airport revaluation.

COMMENT
Based on the latest valuation of $32.3m (as per the Knight Frank Airport revaluation),
the report evidences a rate of return of 8.1% which is below the recommended rates
of between 9% and 13%.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.

OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR N WOLSKI

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SECONDED:         CR S WILLIAMS

That Council:

1. Receive the RSM Bird Cameron report on the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport
   Competitive Neutrality compliance for the year 2005/06.

2. Require that a further report be presented to Council on future rates of
   return based on the Knight Frank airport revaluation.

                                                              CARRIED
                                                                    (11/0)
                                       RES. NO. [4906-25-06-06/07]




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14.2.3 KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – 2007/08 DRAFT AIRPORT BUDGET

File No:                                         00243

Attachment(s):                                   Draft Airport Budget

Responsible Officer:                             Rob Radosevich
                                                 Director Engineering Services
Author:                                          Don Burnett
                                                 Chief Executive Officer

Author Disclosure of Interest:                   Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
A copy of the draft 2007/08 airport budget is attached. (See Attachment 1.) The
document simply compares the gross 2006/07 approved expenditure figures with the
projected estimates for the next financial year. Notes are provided where clarification
is thought necessary.

BACKGROUND
There are two major carryover items budgeted. The first relates to the still
unresolved question of the sterile holding lounge extension/alfresco area construction
($400,000) and the second involves the repainting of the terminal and freight
handling facility yellow steel framework ($110,000).

COMMENT
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

COA 82404 – Building ($542,500): Apart from those items mentioned above, the
provision includes needed painting works on the both the main and Sir Wallace Kyle
terminals.

COA 82414 – Constructions Other Than Buildings ($178,500): Replacement of
the emergency water tank ($60,000) and the construction of a concrete retaining wall
(to replace and existing corrugated iron barrier fence structure) to divert water from
the nearby powerhouse and site main switchboard in the event of water escaping
from the emergency water tank ($6,500); construction of a further 2,300 metres of
stock-proof fencing to prevent ingress of kangaroos, emus and dogs ($46,000);
fencing of electrical services compound adjacent to the Airservices facility ($6,000);
security fencing from AAA Charter to RFDS ($45,000); and the installation of a further
4x streetlights along the RFDS access road.

COA 82454 – Plant & Equipment ($38,000): Provision of airside fire alarm
actuators ($15,000); Pilot Actuated Aerodrome Lighting Control/Aerodrome
Frequency Response VHF radio confirmation unit upgrade ($6,000); and Christmas
decorations ($10,000).



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COA 82504 – Furniture & Equipment ($4,700): Fellowes 320 „Powershred‟ paper
shredder ($1,700); 2x LCD CCTV monitors ($2,000); and a DVD Recorder ($1,000).

COA 82514 – Lightbox Fabrication ($10,000):            Provision for the purchase of
additional advertising lightboxes as required.

OPERATING INCOME

Overall Operating Income is anticipated to increase by approximately 13.8% in
2007/08 to $5,320,600.

Terminal Services Levy revenue will increase through the anticipated movement of
205,000 paying passengers. Only a minor increase is anticipated in the number of
aircraft paying landing fees and the estimated 5% increase in this account will largely
be the result of CPI adjustments applied in January 2008.

OPERATING EXPENDITURE

Operating Expenditure is expected to rise in the forthcoming financial year. This is
accounted for largely by recommended increases in the dividend on
Return on Investment from $1m to $2m; Vehicle Operating Costs (+$30,000); and
Promotion – Goldfields Tourism Association (+$55,000).

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
No financial implications rise as a result of the recommendations herein as the final
revised budget will be presented for approval to Council in the normal course.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION
That Council note the draft airport budget for the 2007/08 financial year.

REASON FOR CHANGE

The Committee included additional items in the draft Airport budget for the
consideration of Council.



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COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:              CR N WOLSKI
SECONDED:           CR S WILLIAMS
That Council note the draft airport budget for the 2007/08 financial year with the
following items to be added:

1.    Implementation of outcomes from Hangar Study - additional $200,000 to
      be included under COA 82404 (Buildings);
2.    Carryover of $51,800 plus an additional $15,000 (total $66,800) for
      Terminal Access Road Garden Bed project.

                                                                    CARRIED
                                                                          (11/0)
                                           RES. NO. [4907-25-06-06/07]




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14.2.4 KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – KBAC – APPLICATION TO
       ENCLOSE EXTERNAL PATIO

File No:                                         00247

Attachment(s):                                   KBAC External Patio

Responsible Officer:                             Rob Radosevich
                                                 Director Engineering Services
Author:                                          Darryl Tonkin
                                                 Airport Manager

Author Disclosure of Interest:                   Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Aero Club has sought approval to enclose a portion of its
leased premises in order to provide additional needed storage space.

BACKGROUND
The area concerned (see photos at Attachment 1) measures about 9 metres by 4.5
metres and is covered by a roof but is open on three sides.

There is no prohibition under the lease to allowing such works provided appropriate
written approval is provided.

COMMENT
The following advice was received from the KBAC: “The KBAC would also request
permission to partially enclose the patio adjacent to fence on the east side of the club
rooms. The enclosure would still allow for foot traffic to pass between the fence and
this proposed enclosure. The KBAC will fund this enclosure if the City‟s funds are not
available. Note: We intend to use this enclosure for storage only.”

There is an existing doorway leading to the patio from the clubhouse proper and it
seems all that is required is the placement of a slab, walls and windows, together with
necessary electrical services.

The area concerned is otherwise of little practical value and it is recommended that
provided an appropriate access walkway is maintained along the boundary fence, the
proposal should be supported.

It is not recommended that the airport contribute to the funding of this work.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

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FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.

OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR N WOLSKI
SECONDED:            CR S WILLIAMS

That Council agree to approve the construction of a suitable enclosure on the
eastern end of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Aero Club’s leased club rooms provided
that the works allow for the retention of at least a 900mm access walkway
along the proposed enclosure on the landside of the adjacent boundary fence
and that total funding responsibility for the project be assumed by the KBAC.

                                                                        CARRIED
                                                                              (11/0)
                                              RES. NO. [4908-25-06-06/07]




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14.2.5 KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – KBAC – LIQUOR LICENCE

File No:                                         00247

Responsible Officer:                             Rob Radosevich
                                                 Director Engineering Services
Author:                                          Darryl Tonkin
                                                 Airport Manager

Author Disclosure of Interest:                   Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Recent changes to the liquor licensing laws have prompted the Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Aero Club to pursue the licensing of its clubhouse bar.

BACKGROUND
Anyone seeking a Liquor Licence from the Department of Racing Gaming and Liquor
will need to obtain a Certificate of Local Government.

There appears no impediment under the KBAC lease to the club obtaining a liquor
licence of the appropriate class.

COMMENT
The KBAC has sought the support and approval of the City, both as the local
government authority and as the club‟s lessor, to obtaining the relevant approvals for
the issue of a liquor licence over the bar in its clubrooms.

It is recommended that the requested approval be provided and the Chief Executive
Officer be authorised to issue the appropriate Local Government Certificate.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
It is recommended that the proponent consult with and obtain the written approval of
a number of relevant lessees.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.


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OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:             CR N WOLSKI
SECONDED:          CR S WILLIAMS
That Council authorise the Chief Executive Officer to issue to the Kalgoorlie-
Boulder Aero Club (Inc.) a Certificate of Local Government or other relevant
documentation in support of the club’s application for a liquor licence over the
clubhouse bar.

                                                                   CARRIED
                                                                        (11/0)
                                          RES. NO. [4909-25-06-06/07]




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14.2.6 KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT TO
       MAY 2007

File No:                                         00243

Attachment(s):                                   May '07 Financial Report

Responsible Officer:                             Rob Radosevich
                                                 Director Engineering Services
Author:                                          Don Burnett
                                                 Chief Executive Officer

Author Disclosure of Interest:                   Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
A copy of the financial report on income and expenditure as it relates to the
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport for the period to May 2007 is attached. (See Attachment
1.)

BACKGROUND
Nil.

COMMENT
It is anticipated that there will be an increase in revenue of approximately $500,000
over and above budget estimates which Council can either treat as an addition to the
$1m dividend on Return on Investment or alternatively transfer the surplus to Airport
Reserves. It is the officer‟s recommendation that the dividend increase option be
approved.

It is further recommended that the unspent capital funding of $420,000 be transferred
to the Airport Reserve as it is recommended that this funding be reallocated in the
07/08 Airport Budget.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.



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VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.

OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:             CR N WOLSKI
SECONDED:          CR S WILLIAMS
That Council:

1. Receive the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport financial report to 31 May 2007.

2. Authorise the Chief Executive Officer to transfer $500,000, being the
   additional revenue generated by the Airport, to the City’s General Account
   as a further dividend on Return on Investment.

3. Authorise the Chief Executive Officer to transfer the unspent funding of
   $420,000 in the Airport 2006/07 Capital Expenditure Budget to the Airport
   Reserve.

                                                                  CARRIED
                                                                       (11/0)
                                          RES. NO. [4910-25-06-06/07]




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14.2.7 KALGOORLIE-BOULDER AIRPORT – PASSENGER STATISTICS TO
       APRIL 2007 & LANDING STATISTICS TO MAY 2007

File No:                                         00262, 00263

Attachment(s):                                   Passenger & Aircraft Landing
                                                 Stats

Responsible Officer:                             Rob Radosevich
                                                 Director Engineering Services
Author:                                          Darryl Tonkin
                                                 Airport Manager

Author Disclosure of Interest:                   Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Reports detailing Passenger Statistics for the period 1995/96 to April 2007 and
Aircraft Landing Statistics from 2003/04 to May 2007 are attached. (See Attachment
1.)

BACKGROUND
Nil.

COMMENT
No comment is offered on this occasion.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple.

OFFICER/COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR N WOLSKI
SECONDED:            CR S WILLIAMS

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That Council receive the statistical reports on passenger and aircraft
movements at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Airport for the periods to April and May
2007 respectively.

                                                               CARRIED
                                                                     (11/0)
                                        RES. NO. [4911-25-06-06/07]




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REPORTS OF OFFICERS


15     CHIEF EXECUTIVE
15.1   GENERAL

15.1.1 ENGAGEMENT OF MCMILLAN SHAKESPEARE AS SALARY PACKAGING
       PROVIDER

File No:                           0

Responsible Officer:               Don Burnett
                                   Chief Executive Officer
Author:                            Maureen Keegan

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil

Mr Burnett declared an indirect financial interest in this item due to “May participate in
salary sacrificing.”


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
As part of the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement and the attraction and retention plan
approved by Council on 25 September 2006 the CEO sourced a provider to introduce
and manage salary packaging products for City staff.

This report is to request that the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder enter into a service
agreement with McMillan Shakespeare to provide Salary Packaging Services to the
staff at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

BACKGROUND
The City approached 2 WA based companies to quote for the service, McMillan
Shakespeare responded quickly to queries and was able to provide a cheaper fee
structure for staff, they also have a number of clients in the Goldfields and travel to
the region often which is considered important for the staff to be able to speak to
consultants face to face rather than just via telephone or email.

Mr Greg Moyle the WA State Manager of McMillan Shakespeare visited the council in
May and conducted group presentations to all staff on the options available for salary
packaging, and he also met with staff individually to discuss their personal scenarios.

The feedback provided by staff to date has been positive especially with the options
of salary packing rent and interest on mortgages, Mr Moyle will return to Kalgoorlie
once the contract has been signed to finalise individual packages and to speak to
staff that missed out on speaking to him on the first visit.

COMMENT
There are no comments resulting from the recommendations of this report.

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STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no cost implications to council, all fees and charges are paid by the
employee.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR R HAIGH
That Council:

   1. Endorse McMillan Shakespeare as the salary packaging service provider
      for the staff of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder for an initial 3 year period,
      to be reviewed at the end of that period.

   2. Authorise the Mayor and CEO to sign and apply the city seal to contract
      documentation pertaining to the service agreement.

                                                                        CARRIED
                                                                              (11/0)
                                             RES. NO. [4912-25-06-06/07]




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15.1.2 WALGA VACANCIES ROUND 3.07

File No:                          0

Attachment(s):                    Caravan Parks & Camping Grounds
                                  Vehicles (Off Road) Advisory Committee
                                  Needle & Syringe Disposal Strategy Working
                                  Party
                                  Grants Commission

                                  A Summary of vacancies
                                  WA Land Information System Council

Responsible Officer:              Don Burnett
                                  Chief Executive Officer
Author:                           Maureen Keegan

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This item is for Elected Members to consider the current vacancies on a number of
WA local Government Association (WALGA) boards and committees.

BACKGROUND
WALGA recently announced that the current round of vacancies is now open. The
closing date for nominations is Friday 13 July 2007. Vacancies currently exist on the
following WALGA boards and committees, further information on each vacancy can
be found in the attachments.

      WA Land Information System Council
      Caravan Parks and Camping Grounds Advisory Committee
      Control of Vehicles (Off Road Areas) Act Advisory Committee
      Needle and Syringe Disposal Strategy Working Party
      WA Local Government Grants Commission

COMMENT
Elected Members that may be interested in nominating for any of the above
vacancies are encouraged to contact the A/Executive Support Officer Maureen
Keegan who will provide the necessary documentation required to be completed

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.


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POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR R HAIGH
That Council receive the information and encourage any Elected Member
interested in nominating for one of the current WALGA committee vacancies to
contact the A/Executive Support Officer.

                                                                        CARRIED
                                                                              (11/0)
                                              RES. NO. [4913-25-06-06/07]




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16     COMMUNITY & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
16.1   DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

16.1.1 APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL - FOUR, TWO STOREY
       GROUPED DWELLINGS AT LOT 890 (23-25) MACDONALD STREET,
       KALGOORLIE

File No:                         MAC 01 23/25

Attachment(s):                   Location Plan
                                 Proposed Plans

Applicant’s Name:                Distinction Homes
Owner’s Name:                    Kim and Janine Henderson
Receipt Date:                    24 April 2006
Application Number:              P113/07
Responsible Officer:             Tony Chisholm
                                 Director Community & Development Services
Author:                          Gerard Treacy

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council is requested to consider an application for town planning approval for the
construction of four, two storey grouped dwellings at Lot 890 (23-25) MacDonald
Street, Kalgoorlie.

The application is recommended for conditional approval.

BACKGROUND
The site is located on MacDonald Street between the intersections with Porter Street
and Boulder Road. Plans of the proposal are attached, as is a location plan.

The area of the lot is 1012m² and it is zoned „Central Business R60‟ in the City of
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Town Planning Scheme 1 („the scheme‟).

The proposal has been assessed against the Acceptable Development Criteria set
out in the Residential Design Codes of Western Australia (2002) („R-Codes‟). The
development does not comply with visual privacy, fill, setback of retaining walls and
visitor parking but complies with all other relevant Acceptable Development Criteria.

It should be noted that not meeting any Acceptable Development Criteria, in and of
itself, is not sound basis on which to refuse or require modifications to a proposal.
Instead, the proposal must be considered in the context of the relevant Performance
Criteria.


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The proposed development has one outdoor living area that triggers the privacy
provisions of the R-Codes. The outdoor living area (patio) of Unit 3 is proposed to be
setback 5.0 metres from the adjoining neighbour whereas 7.5 metres is required as
Acceptable Development. The performance criteria for visual privacy is as follows-

       P1    Avoid direct overlooking between active habitable spaces and outdoor
             living areas of the development site and the habitable rooms and
             outdoor living areas within adjoining residential properties taking
             account of:

                The positioning of windows to habitable rooms on the development
                 site and the adjoining property;
                The provision of effective screening; and
                The lesser need to prevent overlooking of extensive back gardens,
                 front gardens or areas visible from the street.

The development proposes fill of up to 0.75 metres whereas 0.5 metres is allowable
as Acceptable Development. The performance criteria for fill is as follows-

       P1    Development that retains the visual impressions of the natural level of
             the site, as seen from the street or other public place, or from an
             adjoining property

The development proposes a retaining wall on the boundary with a maximum height
of 0.75 metre. The retaining wall is proposed to have a nil setback from the boundary
whereas 1.5 metres is required as Acceptable Development. The performance
criteria for setback of retaining wall is as follows-

       P1    Retaining walls designed to be setback to minimise the impact on
             adjoining property

The development requires one visitor‟s space to be provided on site as acceptable
development however the visitor‟s space in this instance is proposed to be provided
on the street. This proposal must therefore be assessed in accordance with the
performance criteria which is as follows-

       P1    Adequate car parking provided on site in accordance with projected
             need related to:

                The type, number and size of dwellings;
                The availability of on street and other offsite parking;
                The location of proposed development in relation to public transport
                 and other facilities

CONSULTATION
Internal

The application was referred to the City‟s Development Control Unit („DCU‟ i.e.
Environmental Health, Waste Management, Building and Engineering Services).


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Engineering Services have requested that the existing bitumen verge be removed
and re-instated to remove verge parking. Engineering Services indicated that the
visitor‟s parking space can be accommodated on the street without the need for any
line marking.

External

The application was advertised via a letter to the adjoining landowner at Lot 891 (27)
MacDonald Street for reduced privacy setbacks, fill above 0.5 metres and retaining
on boundary.

The City did not receive any comments in regards to the areas of non-compliance
with the Acceptable Development Criteria of the R-Codes.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no direct financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this
report.

COMMENT
The privacy issue in this instance is considered to meet the performance criteria as
the overlooking is to a less sensitive area (i.e. an extensive back garden).

The proposed fill is considered to meet the performance criteria as the fill proposed is
considered not to alter the natural level of the site as visible from the street, or have
any significant impact on the neighbouring property.

The proposed retaining wall setback is not considered to have a significant impact on
the adjoining property.

The provision of off-site visitor parking is considered to meet the performance criteria
of the R-Codes and can be accommodated in the existing street layout due to the
width of the street, without the need for line marked or embayed parking.

As no objections were received during the consultation period, the proposed
development is recommended for conditional approval.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:                CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:             CR A PETZ
That Council grant town planning approval for four, two storey grouped
dwellings at Lot 890 (23-25) MacDonald Street, Kalgoorlie (P113/07) in
accordance with the plans submitted by Distinction Homes and Owned by Kim
and Janine Henderson, subject to the following conditions:


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1.   The development hereby permitted must substantially commence within
     two (2) years from the date of this decision letter.

2.   The development hereby permitted taking place in accordance with the
     approved plans.

3.   Prior to the occupation of the development, vehicle crossover(s) shall be
     constructed and the verge is to be upgraded to remove the unauthorised
     embayed verge parking to the specification and satisfaction of the City.

4.   The storm water shall be discharged in a manner so that there is no
     discharge onto the adjoining properties to the satisfaction of the City.

5.   Prior to occupation, the development hereby permitted shall be
     connected to an approved effluent disposal system to the specifications
     of the City.

6.   Prior to occupation of the development, the car parking area(s), and
     vehicle access and circulation areas shown on the approved site plan
     are to be constructed, drained, and line marked to the satisfaction of the
     City.

7.   All car parking and vehicle access and circulation areas are to be
     maintained and available for car parking and vehicle access and
     circulation on an ongoing basis to the satisfaction of the City.

                                                                  CARRIED
                                                                       (11/0)
                                         RES. NO. [4914-25-06-06/07]




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16.1.2 APPLICATION FOR PLANNING APPROVAL FOR SIGNAGE
       (ASSOCIATED WITH GOLF COURSE ESTATE), LOT 4228, ASLETT
       DRIVE, HANNANS

File No:                            ASL 11 L4228

Attachment(s):                      Plans of proposed development
                                    Location plan

Application No:                     P152/07
Applicant:                          Marketforce on behalf of Landcorp
Owner:                              City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Responsible Officer:                Tony Chisholm
                                    Director Community & Development Services
Author:                             Paul Needham
Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The City has received an application to develop advertising signage associated with
the Golf Course Estate on Crown Land managed by the City. It is recommended that
the application be approved.

BACKGROUND
The City has received an application to develop advertising signage on Lot 4228,
Aslett Drive, Hannans. Plans of the proposed development are attached, as is a
location plan.

The proposed signage consists of three, double-sided, adjacent sign panels, each
approximately 4.0m high and 2.0m wide. The signage will be visible to motorists and
pedestrians travelling along Graeme Street and at the intersection of Graeme Street
and Aslett Drive. The plans provided show indicative graphics consisting of a panel
showing the Landcorp corporate logo, a second panel with the text „Investing in the
future of Kalgoorlie‟, as well as additional text explaining the project, and a third panel
with a photo image. It should be noted that the actual graphics may not be as shown
on the attached drawings and that „re-imaging‟ of existing signage is, in most
circumstances, exempt from any need to obtain planning approval.

Location 4228 is Crown Land and part of Reserve 41278, which is managed by the
City for purposes of „Drainage and Parklands‟. Whilst the City has signed the
planning application as landowner (the landowner‟s signature is a necessary
requirement of all applications for planning approval), the signing of a planning
application does not authorise the applicant to actually enter the site and undertake
the works. Authorising the applicant to enter the site and undertake the works is a
separate matter and the applicants will need to liaise with the City‟s Property Services
in that regard.

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The site is identified as „Parks and Recreation‟ Reserve in the City of Kalgoorlie-
Boulder Town Planning Scheme 1 („the Scheme‟). Clause 2.3 of the Scheme states
that –

     Where an application for planning approval is made with respect to land within a
     reserve, the Council shall have regard to the purpose intended for the reserve
     and the Council shall, in the case of land reserved for the purposes of a public
     authority, confer with that authority making its determination.

Town Planning Scheme Policy TPS03 – Signage Policy is not directly relevant
with respect to this application, but it should be noted that the height of the
proposed signage, at 4.0m, is less than the 7.0m maximum height for a pylon
sign set out in that Policy.

CONSULTATION
Consultation was not considered necessary with respect to the recommendations of
this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no direct financial implications of the recommendations of this report.

COMMENT
The key issues in consideration of the application are considered to be –

   1. Is this an appropriate location for this type of signage?
   2. Is the design of the signage appropriate?

With respect to the first question, land identified in the Scheme as being for „Parks
and Recreation‟ would not normally be considered an appropriate location for
signage advertising a property development. Given the fact the development site
itself does not have frontage to any significant road, and the strategic importance of
this project, it is considered an appropriate location in this instance.

With respect to the second question, the height of the sign is well below the
maximum height set out in Policy, the overall scale not excessive and the indicative
graphics are considered appropriate.

Given the above it is recommended that the application be approved, subject to
appropriate conditions.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:                CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:             CR A PETZ


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That Council, with respect to the application for planning approval for
development of signage at Lot 4228, Aslett Drive, Hannans (P152/07), lodged by
Marketforce on behalf of Landcorp, approve the application subject to the
following conditions –

   1. Development must substantially commence within two years from the
      date of the decision notice.

   2. Development taking place in accordance with the approved plans.

   3. The sign hereby permitted shall not contain any flashing or moving light
      at any time.

                                                                 CARRIED
                                                                        (11/0)
                                         RES. NO. [4915-25-06-06/07]




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16.1.3 LOT 440 (43) EGAN STREET, KALGOORLIE (UNITING CHURCH AND
       MANSE) - COMMENT ON ENTRY TO STATE REGISTER OF HERITAGE
       PLACES

File No:                           EGA 04 43

Attachment(s):                     Letter from HCWA
                                   Minutes from OCM 26 March 2007

Responsible Officer:               Tony Chisholm
                                   Director Community & Development Services
Author:                            Gerard Treacy

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil

Councillor Haigh declared an indirect financial interest in this item due to “My
company is undertaking work on this project” and left the meeting at 7.14pm.

Councillor Roadnight declared a proximity interest in this item due to “Own property
opposite proposed site” and left the meeting at 7.14pm.


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The Heritage Council of Western Australia (HCWA) is requesting the City‟s
comments regarding Lot 440 (43) Egan Street, Kalgoorlie (Kalgoorlie Uniting Church
and Manse) for consideration of the possible entry on the State Register of Heritage
Places.

BACKGROUND
The site is listed as a Category 2 heritage place on the City‟s Municipal Heritage
Inventory. HCWA has completed a heritage assessment of the site and is now
requesting the City‟s input as to whether entry into the State Register is supported
(see attached letter).

Council considered the planning and development of the subject lot at its meeting of
26 March 2007 and resolved as follows (see attached relevant extract from minutes):

       “That Council with respect to the correspondence received from the Uniting
       Church dated 26 February 2007 relating to church property at Lot 440 Egan
       Street, Kalgoorlie to:

           1. Advise the Uniting Church that Council would support the demolition of
              the manse provided the funds are used to refurbish the Church.

           2. Request that officers provide the Church with advice regarding the
              development potential of the site.

           3. Request that officers provide the Church with advice regarding potential
              funding assistance for restoration works.


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         4. Not allocate resources to alternative site investigations at the present
            time, but indicate that issue may be considered further in the future.

The Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990 sets out that a local government may
nominate a person to attend the meeting of the Register Committee to present the
views of the respective Council as well as participate in the discussions about the
entry of the place in the register. It is not proposed to send a representative.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no direct financial implications of the recommendations of this report.

CONSULTATION
Advice has been obtained from the City‟s Heritage Advisor. This information is
attached to the previous report.

COMMENT
In keeping with Council‟s previous resolution it is considered that the City indicate to
HCWA that it supports the listing of the Church but not the Manse. It should be noted
that the inclusion of the Church on the State Register would allow the Uniting Church
to apply for HCWA funds to assist in refurbishing that building.

It is recommended that a delegate be sent to the Register Committee Meeting to
present the City‟s views and background on the subject site.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR D BOTICA
That Council resolve, with respect to the correspondence received from the
Heritage Council of Western Australia dated 7 June 2007 relating to property at
Lot 440 Egan Street, Kalgoorlie to advise the Heritage Council of Western
Australia that the City supports the listing of the Church on the State Register
but not the inclusion of the Manse.

                                                                         CARRIED
                                                                                    (8/1)
                                              RES. NO. [4916-25-06-06/07]
Councillor Haigh and Councillor Roadnight rejoined the meeting at 7.15pm.




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16.1.4 RESERVE 42132 - PROPOSED DISPOSAL

File No:                          00

Attachment(s):                    DPI correspondence
                                  Location plan

Responsible Officer:              Tony Chisholm
                                  Director Community & Development Services
Author:                           Paul Needham

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council is asked to consider the proposed disposal of portion of Reserve 42132,
located at the western end of Piccadilly Street. It is recommended that Council
indicate that it has no objection to the proposed disposal.

BACKGROUND
The City has been asked to provide advice to the Department for Planning and
Infrastructure (DPI) regarding the proposed disposal of Lot 1291, Piccadilly Street,
which is part of Reserve 42132. Reserve 42132 is managed by the City for purposes
of „Drainage & Horticultural Research‟ and Lot 1291 has, for the last several years,
been used by the owner of the adjoining land, Lot 1290 (374), Piccadilly Street, for
the cultivation of grapes. The proposed disposal has been initiated by a request from
the current occupier. A copy of the correspondence received from DPI is attached, as
is a location plan.

DPI have asked for the City‟s views on three matters –

   1. Whether the City has granted a licence over the land for horticultural purposes;
   2. The proposed disposal of the land via a public tender process; and
   3. Confirmation regarding arrangements for protecting the drainage function
      performed by the land.

The land in question is Zoned „Extensive Residential‟ in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Town Planning Scheme 1 („the Scheme‟) and is subject of the „R2‟ Residential
Density Code. The minimum lot size for land subject of the „R2‟ Code is 5,000m2. Lot
1291 has an area of 4,666m2, which is somewhat below the minimum lot size. Clause
3.1.3 of the Residential Design Codes of Western Australia („the Codes‟ - which are
incorporated into the Scheme by reference) does allow for the approval of smaller
lots where, inter alia –

     …they meet the following criteria:
         be no more than 5 per cent less in area than that specified…; and…




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           allow land to be developed with housing of the same type and form as
            land in the vicinity and which would not otherwise be able to be
            developed…

Given that lots in the vicinity have areas of 3,482m 2 to 4,666m2, a new lot with an
area of 4,750m2 or greater would be consistent with the Codes and the Scheme, but
a lot with an area of 4,666m2 would not (Councillors should note that the existing lots
would have been in existence prior to the current Scheme coming into force and that
the „R2‟ density code would have been introduced to prevent further subdivision and
thereby maintain the current character of the area).

Clause 138 (3) (c) (i) of the Planning and Development Act 2005, however, sets out
that the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC), inter alia –

     … may give an approval…that conflicts with the provisions of a local planning
     scheme if…in the opinion of the Commission…the conflict is of a minor nature…

It is considered likely that the WAPC would, in this instance, consider the creation of
a lot with an area of 4,666m2, rather than 4,750m2, to be a conflict of a minor nature.

CONSULTATION
The City‟s Engineering Services Directorate was consulted with in the preparation of
this report and the recommendations reflect the comments received. External
consultation was not considered necessary with respect to the recommendations of
this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no direct financial implications of the recommendations of this report.

COMMENT
With respect to Point 1 of DPI‟s letter, it is appropriate to confirm the existing
arrangements as described in „Comment‟ above.

With respect to Point 2 of DPI‟s letter, there are seen to be two key questions –
   1. Does the City support the disposal of the land?
   2. Does the City have any objection to the proposed disposal of the land via
      public tender, rather than via private treaty direct to the adjoining landowner?

The key consideration with respect to the first question is seen as being whether the
City has any alternative, potential use for the land and what other costs and benefits
may arise from the disposal of the land. There are not known to be any alternative
uses and the disposal of the land will help meet currently unmet demand for larger,
residential sites in Kalgoorlie-Boulder. As such, it is considered that, subject to the
addressing of any concerns about the ongoing drainage function of the land (see
below), that the City should support the disposal of the land.

It is not seen as appropriate for the City to express a view with respect to the second
part of Point 2.


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With respect to Point 3 of DPI‟s letter, the City‟s Engineering Services Directorate has
advised that the proposed arrangements are acceptable, subject to any costs
associated with the required works being met by DPI. The alternative would be for the
City to seek a management order for drainage purposes over the adjoining closed
road reserve. That is not recommended, however, as a number of ideas for
rationalising land tenure in this area are being explored as part of the City‟s Equine
Strategy and Local Planning Strategy projects and it is seen as preferable that those
issues are addressed in as strategic a manner as possible (especially given that
there are potential Native Title and mineralisation clearance issues associated with
the ideas under development).

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR G THOMSON
That Council, with respect to the proposed disposal of Reserve 42132 (i.e. Lot
1291, Piccadilly Street), indicate to the Department for Planning and
Infrastructure (DPI) that it has no objection to the proposed disposal of the
land, subject to –

   1. A 10.0 metre wide drainage easement in favour of the City being
      provided along the north-eastern boundary of the site;

   2. Any necessary drainage works being undertaken at DPI’s cost prior to
      disposal; and

   3. The site being connected to sewer at DPI’s cost prior to disposal.

                                                                         CARRIED
                                                                               (11/0)
                                              RES. NO. [4917-25-06-06/07]




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17     ENGINEERING SERVICES
17.1   ROADS & TRANSPORT

17.1.1 TENDER NUMBER T20-06/07 SUPPLY ONE (1) ONLY 12-13 TONNE TIP
       TRUCK

File No:                             Nil

Responsible Officer:                 Rob Radosevich
                                     Director Engineering Services
Author:                              Murray Percasky

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council in its 2006/07 budget, allowed for the replacement of a 12-13 tonne tip truck.
The replacement is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement Program.

The purpose of this item is to seek the determination of Council on award of tender.

BACKGROUND
Tenders were called for the supply and delivery of one (1) 12-13 Tonne Tip Truck and
trade KBC 4597 in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government Act
1995, Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

By close of tender on 18 April 2007, the following tenders had been received:

                                                             Cost        Trade
  Supplier        Make           Model        Warranty                              Changeover
                                                           ex GST       KBC 4597
Major Motors   Isuzu         FVZ 1400        3 years     $144,560.00   $70,000.00   $74,560.00
Skipper           Outright purchase only                               $76,090.00
Trucks
WA Hino        Hino         Ranger Pro 14    3 years     $140.880.00   $82,727.72   $58,152.28

This truck changeover is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement Schedule.
Trucks are changed every 6 years.

COMMENT
Council allowed for the purchase of a 12-13 Tonne Tipper and Trade KBC 4597
within Schedule 12 of the 2006/2007 Municipal Fund Budget and the funding has
been carried over to the 2007/08 draft budget.




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                              Budget             Recommended
     Purchase       COA     $132,260.00           $140,880.00      ex GST
     77204
     Trade COA 76933         $60,000.00              $82,727.72
     Net Changeover          $72,260.00              $58,152.28    ex GST

   1. After careful analysis of the submissions, it is considered that the offer from
      W.A. Hino to supply Hino Ranger Pro14 is the most advantageous to Council.
   2. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a good rapport with W.A. Hino via sales
      and service as a result of previous truck purchases. Council currently has
      several Hino trucks in its fleet.

Full pricing information is contained in the table below:

                             Price                     GST                 Total
 Hino Ranger Pro 4        $140,880.00               $14,088.00          $154,968.00
Less Trade Allowance
                           $,82,727.72              $8.272.73            $91,000.00
     - KBC 4597
                           $58,152.28               $5,815.27            $63,968.00

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
Tenders were called in accordance with Part 4 (Tenders Providing Goods and
Services) of the Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
The recommendations of this report are in compliance with Council‟s Policy for
Purchase of Goods and Service.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Council‟s 2007/08 draft budget includes provision for the replacement of this vehicle.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:                 CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:              CR G THOMSON
   1. That Council accept the Tender from WA Hino to supply one (1) only
      Hino Ranger Pro 14 and Trade KBC 4597 as detailed in Tender Number
      T20-06/07 for a net changeover of $58,152.28 ex GST.

   2. Include the purchase of one (1) only Hino Ranger Pro 14 in the 2007/08
      budget.


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                                                CARRIED
                                                    (11/0)
                               RES. NO. [4918-25-06-06/07]




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17.1.2 TENDER NUMBER T22-06/07 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ONE (1) 3
       TONNE TIP TRUCK AND TRADE KBC 2668

File No:                              Nil

Responsible Officer:                  Rob Radosevich
                                      Director Engineering Services
Author:                               Murray Percasky

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council, in its 2006/07 budget, allowed for the replacement of a 3 tonne Tip Truck.
The replacement is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement Program.

The purpose of this item is to seek the determination of Council on award of
tender.

BACKGROUND
Tenders were called for the supply and delivery of one (1) 3 Tonne Tip Truck and
trade KBC 2668 in accordance with the requirements of the Local Government Act
1995, Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

By close of tender on 18 April 2007, the following tenders had been received:

 SUPPLIER         MAKE         MODEL         WARRANTY      COST           TRADE       NET C/O
Major                                                                   $
            Isuzu           NPR 300 Med 3 Years          $ 56,520.00                $ 29,247.27
Motors                                                                 27,272.72
Major
            Isuzu           NPR 300 Med 3 Years          $ 49,160.00     $ 27,272.72 $ 21,887.28
Motors
Skipper     Mitsubishi
                            Canter FE 84     3 Years     $ 54,500.00     $ 22,730.00 $ 31,770.00
Trucks      Fuso
W A Hino    Hino            300/716 Dump 3 Years         $ 45,432.00     $ 24,545.45 $ 20,886.55
W A Hino    Hino            716              3 Years     $ 55,532.00 $ 24,545.45 $ 30 879.55

This truck changeover is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement
Schedule. Trucks are traded every 6 years.

    Supplier                Make             Delivery    Local Content

 Major Motors       Isuzu                    July - 07     Claimed         $26,322.54
 Major Motors       Isuzu                    Jun - 07      Claimed         Imported Body
 Skipper Trucks     Mitsubishi Fuso         Late 2007
 W A Hino           Hino                      Jul -07                      Imported Body
 W A Hino           Hino                     Sept - 07


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The imported bodies on these trucks are too high off the ground and cause
Occupational Health & Safety concerns for the employees that use this truck. The
tray height was specified at 900mm. The height of the imported body and other
similar trucks was approximately 1100mm.

COMMENT
Council has allowed for the purchase of a 3 Tonne Tipper and Trade KBC 2668
within Schedule 11 of the 2006/07 Municipal Fund Budget and the funding has
been carried over to the 2007/08 draft budget.

                                Budget                      Recommended
Purchase                        $48,000.00
                                COA 68646                      $56,520.00                ex GST
Trade                           $25,000.00
                                COA 76933                      $27,272.72 ex GST
Net Changeover                  $23,000.00                     $29,247.27 ex GST

  1. After careful analysis of the submissions, it is considered that the offer from
     Major Motors to supply a one (1) Isuzu NPR 300 with a WA made body is the
     most advantageous to Council.

  2. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a good rapport with Major Motors, via
     sales and service of previous truck purchases. Council currently has several
     Isuzu trucks in its fleet.

Delivery of this truck is within the 2007/08 year. It is recommended to include the
purchase in the 2007/08 budget.

Full pricing information is contained in the table below:

                                            Price             GST           Total
Isuzu NPR 300                             $56,520.00        $5,652.00     $62,172.00
Less Trade Allowance – KBC 2668           $27,272.72        $2,727.72     $30,000.00
Changeover                                $29,247.27        $2,924.72     $32,172.00

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
Tenders were called in accordance with Part 4 (Tenders Providing Goods and
Services) of the Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
The recommendations of this report are in compliance with Council‟s Policy for
Purchase of Goods and Service.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Council‟s 2007/08 draft budget includes provision for the replacement of this
vehicle.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.



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VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:             CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:          CR G THOMSON
That Council:

1.    Accept the Tender from Major Motors to supply one (1) only Isuzu NPR
      300 with a WA made body and Trade KBC 2668 as detailed in Tender
      Number T22-06/07 for a net changeover of $29,247.27 ex GST.

2.    Include the purchase of one (1) only Isuzu NPR 300 with a WA made
      body in the 2007/08 budget.

                                                             CARRIED
                                                                  (11/0)
                                      RES. NO. [4919-25-06-06/07]




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17.1.3 TENDER NUMBER T23-06/07- SUPPLY ONE (1) ONLY 5 TONNE FLAT
       TOP TRUCK AND TRADE KBC 2669

File No:                                Nil

Responsible Officer:                    Rob Radosevich
                                        Director Engineering Services
Author:                                 Murray Percasky

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council, in its 2006/07 budget, allowed for the replacement of a 5 tonne Flat Top
Truck. The replacement is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement
Program.

The purpose of this item is to seek the determination of Council on award of
tender.

BACKGROUND
Tenders were called for the supply and delivery of one (1) 5 Tonne Flat Top Truck
and trade KBC 2669 in accordance with the requirements of the Local
Government Act 1995, Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations
1996.

By close of tender on 18 April 2007, the following tenders had been received:

                                                          Cost ex     Trade KBC
 Supplier     Make          Model             Warranty                                Changeover
                                                            GST          2669
  Major       Isuzu       FRR 500A            3 years    $89,540.00   $37,272.72      $52,267.27
 Motors
 Skipper    Mitsubishi    Fighter 6.0         3 years    $95,400.00   $33,180.00      62,220.00
 Trucks       Fuso
 Skipper    Mitsubishi    Fighter 6.0         3 years    $93,700.00   $33,180.00      $60,520.00
 Trucks       Fuso
 WA Hino       Hino      Ranger Pro 6         3 years    $91,853.00   $39,090.090     $52,762.10

This truck changeover is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement
Schedule.
Trucks are changed over every 6 years.

COMMENT
Council allowed for the purchase of a 5 Tonne Flat Top and Trade KBC 2669
within Schedule 12 of the 2006/07 Municipal Fund Budget and the funding has
been carried over to the 2007/08 draft budget.




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         COA                  Budget            Recommended

Purchase 77204         $75,000.00            $89,540.00          ex GST

Trade 76933            $35,000.00            $37,272.72          ex GST

Changeover             $40,000.00            $52,267.27          ex GST




   1. After careful analysis of the submissions, it is considered that the offer from
      Major Motors to supply an Isuzu FRR 500 A is the most advantageous to
      Council.
   2. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a good rapport with Major Motors via
      sales and service of previous truck purchases. Council currently has Isuzu
      trucks in its fleet.

Full pricing information is contained in the table below:

                              Price                  GST                  Total

Isuzu FRR 500 A             $89,540.00             $8954.00           $98,494.00
Less Trade Allowance
                            $37,272.72             $3,727.27          $41,000.00
- KBC 2669
Changeover                  $52,267.27             $5,226.72          $57,494.00


STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
Tenders were called in accordance with Part 4 (Tenders Providing Goods and
Services) of the Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
The recommendations of this report are in compliance with Council‟s Policy for
Purchase of Goods and Service.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Council‟s 2007/08 draft budget includes provision for the replacement of this
vehicle.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:                 CR E ROADNIGHT


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SECONDED:          CR G THOMSON
That Council:

   1. Accept the tender from Major Motors to supply one (1) Isuzu FRR 500
      A and Trade KBC 2669 as detailed in Tender Number 23-06/07 for a net
      changeover of $52,267.27.

   2. To include the purchase of an Isuzu FRR 500 A in the 2007/08 budget.

                                                              CARRIED
                                                                   (11/0)
                                      RES. NO. [4920-25-06-06/07]




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17.1.4 TENDER NUMBER T24-06/07 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF ONE 5
       TONNE FLAT TOP TRUCK WITH TRAY MOUNTED CRANE

File No:                            Nil

Responsible Officer:                Rob Radosevich
                                    Director Engineering Services
Author:                             Murray Percasky

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council, in its 2006/07 budget, allowed for the replacement of a 5 tonne Flat Top
Truck with Tray Mounted Crane. The replacement is in accordance with Council‟s
Plant Replacement Program.

The purpose of this item is to seek the determination of Council on the award of
tender.

BACKGROUND
Tenders were called for the supply and delivery of one (1) 5 Tonne Flat Top Truck
with Tray Mounted Crane and trade KBC 2675 in accordance with the
requirements of the Local Government Act 1995, Local Government (Functions
and General) Regulations 1996..

By close of tender on 18 April 2007, the following tenders had been received:

                                                       COST Ex      TRADE
 SUPPLIER         MAKE         MODEL         WARRANTY    GST       KBC 2675     NET C/O
Major Motors Isuzu          FRR 500 Med      3 Years  $ 72,520.00 $ 23,636.36 $48,883.63
               Mitsubishi
Skipper Trucks Fuso         Fighter 6.0      3 Years    $ 75,350.00 $ 12,820.00 $53,530.00
               Mitsubishi
Skipper Trucks Fuso         Fighter 5.0      3 Years    $ 73,650.00 $ 21,820.00 $51,830.00
W A Hino       Hino         Ranger Pro 6     3 Years    $ 79,214.00 $ 21,818.00 $57,396.00

This truck changeover is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement
Schedule. Trucks are changed over every 6 years.

COMMENT
Council allowed for the purchase of a 5 Tonne Flat Top Truck with Tray Mounted
Crane and Trade KBC 2675 within Schedule 12 of the 2006/2007 Municipal Fund
Budget and the funding has been carried over to the 2007/08 draft budget.
                             Budget                    Recommended
Purchase                      COA 77204
                             $45,000.00                $72,520.00 Ex GST
Trade COA 76933              $25,000.00                $23,636.36 Ex GST
Changeover                   $20,000.00                $48,883.63 Ex GST



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   1.After careful analysis of the submissions, it is considered that the offer from
      Major Motors to supply Isuzu FRR 500 Med is the most advantageous to
      Council.

   2.The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a good rapport with Major Motors sales
      and service of previous truck purchases. Council currently has several
      Isuzu trucks in its fleet.

Full pricing information is contained in the tale below:

                                Price                  GST             Total
Isuzu FFR 500 Med             $72,520.00             $7,252.00       $79,772.00
Less Trade Allowance          $23,636.36             $2,363.64       $26,000.00
– KBC 2675
Changeover                    $48,883.63             $4,888.36       $53,772.00

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
Tenders were called in accordance with Part 4 (Tenders Providing Goods and
Services) of the Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
The recommendations of this report are in compliance with Council‟s Policy for
Purchase of Goods and Services.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Council‟s 2007/08 draft budget includes provision for the replacement of this
vehicle.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:                CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:             CR G THOMSON
That Council:

   1. Accept the Tender from Major Motors to supply one (1) only Isuzu FRR
      500 Med with Tray Mounted Crane and Trade KBC 2675 as detailed in
      Tender Number T24-06/07 for a net changeover of $48,883.63.

   2. Include the purchase of Isuzu FRR 500 Med with Tray Mounted Crane
      in the 2007/08 budget.

                                                                     CARRIED
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                                                   (11/0)
                              RES. NO. [4921-25-06-06/07]




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17.1.5 TENDER NUMBER T25-06/07 SUPPLY ONE (1) ONLY COMMUNITY
       CENTRE BUS AND TRADE KBC 2659

File No:                               Nil

Responsible Officer:                   Rob Radosevich
                                       Director Engineering Services
Author:                                Murray Percasky

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Council, in its 2006/07 budget, allowed for the replacement of the Community
Centre Bus. The replacement is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement
Program.

The purpose of this item is to seek the determination of Council on award of
tender.

BACKGROUND
Tenders were called for the supply and delivery of one (1) Community Centre Bus
and trade KBC 2659 in accordance with the requirements of the Local
Government Act 1995, local Government (Functions and General) Regulations
1996.

By close of tender on 18 April 2007, the following submissions had been received:

No     Supplier       Make          Model        Warranty       Cost          Trade      Changeover
                                                              ex GST        KBC 2659
1    Volkswagon    Volkswagon      Crafter      3 Years      $85,258.00    $10,909.09    $
     C.C                                                                                 74,348.91
2    Skipper       Iveco Daily     35s14v       3 Years      $99,450.00    $12,727.27    $
     Trucks                                                                              86,722.73
3    Diesel        Mercedes        Sprinter     3 Years      $98.573.23    $11,818.18    $
     Motors        Benz            515                                                   86,755.05

No    Supplier       Make        Model           Bus Outfitter       ANCAP              Delivery
                                                                     Rating
1    Volkswagon   Volkswagon     Crafter      Vanquip M.              N/A         5 Weeks
     C.C
2    Skipper      Iveco Daily    35s14v       Accessible Transit          N/A     8 Weeks
     Trucks                                   Specialists
3    Diesel       Mercedes       Sprinter     Wesbar Van                  N/A     8 Weeks
     Motors       Benz           515

This bus changeover is in accordance with Council‟s Plant Replacement
Schedule. Buses are traded every 6 years.




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COMMENT
Council allowed for the purchase of a bus for the Community Centre and trade
KBC 2659 within Schedule 8 of the 2006/07 Municipal Fund Budget and the
funding has been carried over to the 2007/08.
             COA               Budget            Recommended
      Purchase 43434           $64,620.00        $99,450.00 Ex GST
      Trade 42963              $30,000.00        $12,727.27 Ex GST
      Changeover               $34,620.00        $86,722.73 Ex GST

   1. After careful analysis of the submissions, it is considered that the offer from
      Skipper Trucks to supply an Iveco Daily is the most advantageous to
      Council.

   2. The Coordinator of the Community Centre contacted some users of the
      Volkswagon buses with wheelchair lifts used in community type work. The
      users indicated that minor problems had been experienced with the
      Volkswagon Crafter.

   3. Council currently has a Mercedes Benz Sprinter bus based at the
      Community Centre. This bus also has experienced some minor problems.

   4. It is therefore recommended that Council purchase the Iveco Daily 35s 14V
      with fit out by “Accessible Transit Specialists.”

   5. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder has a good rapport with Skipper Trucks.
      Council currently has several trucks purchased from Skipper Trucks in its
      fleet.

   Full pricing information is contained in the table below:
                                             Price          GST         Total
    Iveco Daily 35s14v                     $ 94,450.00    $ 5,636.00 $105,085.00
    Less Trade Allowance - KBC             $ 12,727.27    $ 1,272.73 $ 14,000.00
    2659
    Changeover                             $ 86,722.73    $ 4,362.27 $ 91,085.00

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
Tenders were called in accordance with Part 4 (Tenders for Providing Goods and
Services) of the Local Government (Functions and General) Regulations 1996.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
The recommendations of this report are in compliance with Council‟s Policy for
Purchase of Goods and Service.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
Council‟s 2007/08 draft budget includes provision for the replacement of this
vehicle.




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COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:             CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:          CR G THOMSON
That Council:

1. Accept the Tender from Skipper Trucks to supply one (1) only Isuzu Daily
   Bus and Trade KBC 2659 as detailed in Tender Number T25-06/07 for a
   net changeover of $86,722.73 ex GST.

2. Include the purchase of the Isuzu Daily 35s14v Bus in the 2007/08
   budget.

                                                              CARRIED
                                                                   (11/0)
                                      RES. NO. [4922-25-06-06/07]




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17.2   GENERAL

17.2.1 2007/08 STREETVISION STREETLIGHTING AGREEMENT

File No:                           Nil

Responsible Officer:               Rob Radosevich
                                   Director Engineering Services
Author:                            Darren Wallace
                                   Manager Engineering Services

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The purpose of this report is to seek authorisation from Council to renew the City‟s
Streetvision agreement with Synergy.

BACKGROUND
At its ordinary Council Meeting of 26 March 2007 it was determined:

“That Council approve the renewal of its StreetVision agreement with Synergy, for
the period 1 September 2006 to 31 August 2007, under the terms of the attached
agreement based on an annual charge of $490,029.00 (inc GST) for Year 8 of the
program.”

The term of the agreement is initially for a one year period, commencing 1
September 2006, with successive one-year periods unless either party gives
written notice of termination at least 90 days prior to the expiry of the current term
or by agreement.

Synergy has written to the City seeking to continue the agreement at the revised
price of $540,467(inc GST) per annum.

COMMENT
The revised price is an increase of approximately 10%. This rise reflects an
increase in the number of Streetlights in the City in the last 12 months, a slight
increase in Synergy‟s base prices and the fact that the City‟s previous annual
charge was reduced to compensate for Western Power being behind in the “Bulk
Globe Replacement Program” component of the agreement.

The “Bulk Globe Replacement Program” is now up to date, which has resulted in
reduced faulty Street lights. The repair time for reported faulty lights has improved
over the last 12 – 18 months with the average time to repair now being
approximately 8 days.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this
report.


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POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The contract amount is within the amount allowed in the 2007/08 Street Lighting
budget under COA75702.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR G THOMSON
That Council approve the renewal of its StreetVision agreement with
Synergy, for the period 1 September 2007 to 31 August 2008, under the
terms of the attached agreement based on an annual charge of $540,467.00
(inc GST) for Year 9 of the program.

                                                                     CARRIED
                                                                           (11/0)
                                           RES. NO. [4923-25-06-06/07]




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17.2.2 CLOSURE OF PAW BETWEEN 34-36 SHAW STREET

File No:                          Nil

Attachment(s):                    Letter Requesting Closure
                                  Location Plan

Responsible Officer:              Rob Radosevich
                                  Director Engineering Services
Author:                           Darren Wallace
                                  Manager Engineering Services

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The purpose of this item is to obtain Council support for a formal Public Access
Way (PAW) closure process to proceed. The closure relates to a portion of PAW
between 34 and 36 Shaw Street.

BACKGROUND
Council recently received correspondence from Leesa Wright of 36 Shaw Street
requesting to close the PAW section of the Burton Place Park, which is between
34 and 36 Shaw Street, because of antisocial behaviour in the PAW.           The
applicant has indicated that she is willing to purchase the land and amalgamate it
into her property.

A copy of the request is attached (refer Attachment 1).

COMMENT
The land in question is part of Reserve 48373, the purpose of which is 'Recreation
and Pedestrian Access'. This land is not S20A land (i.e. land ceded at time of
subdivision). DPI has advised that the S58 road closure process would need to be
followed to close the pedestrian access portion of the reserve.

The PAW section of the Reserve does little to increase the pedestrian accessibility
to the park, which is developed as a small neighbourhood park. Engineering
consider that the closure of the PAW would have no adverse effect on the usability
of the Park.

The City‟s Planning Department has been consulted and has no objection to the
closure proposal.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
The recommendations of this report are made pursuant to Section 58 of the Land
Administration Act 1997.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

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FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The cost of advertising road closures is provided for in the budget.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
Consultation with relevant stakeholders will be undertaken in accordance with
statutory requirements as set out in the Land Administration Act.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR G THOMSON
That Council, in response to a request from Leesa Wright of 36 Shaw Street,
agree to initiate the process of the proposed PAW closure of the section of
Reserve 48373 between 34 and 36 Shaw Street as per the provisions of
Section 56 of the Land Administration Act (1997).

                                                                       CARRIED
                                                                          (11/0)
                                           RES. NO. [4924-25-06-06/07]




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18     CORPORATE SERVICES
18.1   FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

18.1.1 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITY FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 31
       MAY 2007

File No:                          1

Attachment(s):                    Statements to 31 May 2007

Responsible Officer:              Eddie Piper
                                  Director Corporate Services
Author:                           Charlie Brown

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Attached please find the statement of Financial Activity for the period ended 31st
May 2007.

COMMENT
The Statement of Financial Activity was introduced by the department of local
Government from 1st July 2005, the change was implemented to provide elected
members with a better idea of operating and capital revenues and expenditures. It
was also intended to link operating results with balance sheet items and reconcile
with the end of month balances.

In accordance with the regulations, a report must be compiled on variances
greater than that of the percentage agreed by council. (10%)

With this report being composed at program level, only a general comment can be
made regarding the current variances.

There are a large number of individual accounts where the total budget may be
expended or received in one or two months, this will create a variance greater than
that allowed, but will slowly even out each month.

At this period of time the actuals should be eleven twelfths or 92% of budget.

It should be noted that May ABC‟s had not been carried out at the time this report
was compiled and figures will vary slightly once all transactions have been
completed.




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Income Categories

Law Order and Public Safety
The anticipated contribution to the CCTV not yet received put this program outside
the variance.

Community & Human Services
Un-received HACC and BSSF Grants have placed this program in its current
position. At this stage the HACC Grants should be received and the BSSF rolled
into next financial year.

Community Amenities
This program contains the annual charges for Refuse collection and Area rates
and like General Purpose Income will always be outside the variance slowly
decreasing each month.

Recreation
Income on all sub programmes within this program is down on budgeted figures. It
would appear that unless there are unclaimed grant funding that it will remain
outside the allowable variation at year end.

Transport
A large percentage of income on this program is derived via grants for roads
construction. Recoups of expenditure are submitted on an ad hoc basis as the
projects are completed, causing the variance on this program to always see saw.

Economic Services
The income from sale of effluent water is down on what was anticipated.

Other Property and Service
The sale of land is the major factor contributing to this program being over the
allowable variance.

Expenditure Categories

Investigation shows that all programs currently fall under the required variance.
Total operating expenditure is currently 79.23% of total budget. Governance,
Health, Community and Human Services, Community Amenities, Recreation and
Culture, Transport, and Economic Services, all have a number of accounts that
are under the anticipated budget for this period. There are a number of factors
contributing to this.




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Finance KPI’s for May 2007.

                                  May-07      May-06      Variance     %
Cash Position

General                          9,333,976   10,106,993    -773,017    -8%
O'Conner                         5,589,565    6,215,827    -626,262   -10%
Reserves                        16,213,253   14,814,770   1,398,483     9%
Loan Funds                                                        0
                                31,136,793   31,137,589        -796   -8%



Creditors                          953,822    1,205,394    -251,572   -21%

Debtors                          4,674,368    1,260,558   3,413,810   271%

Cash Position

The cash position is the sum of cash and investments held at 31st May 2006,
when compared to 31st May 2007 there is an 8% decrease in this figure.
The main reason for this may be attributed to the most transfers to reserves being
carried out in May this year as opposed to June last year.

Creditors

The creditors balance is invoices that have been processed and awaiting payment.
All of the items are current. (i.e. within 30 days)

Debtors

The debtors balance includes sundry and airport debtors. The current balance is a
271% increase on April 2006. This increase is due to a recoup ($2.8 million) being
submitted to Land Corp as reflected in Schedule 11 income.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
Section 6.4 of the Local Government Act 1995, requires that financial reports be
prepared and presented in the manner and form prescribed in the regulations.
Regulation 34 has been amended to require that Councils report on the sources
and application of funds on a monthly basis, and that the report be noted by
council.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications relating to this item.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications relating to this item. The Statement of Financial
Activity is a report only.




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COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in the compiling of this
report

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:             CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:          CR G THOMSON
That Council receive the Statement of Financial Activity for the period ended
30 May 2007.

                                                                CARRIED
                                                                     (11/0)
                                       RES. NO. [4925-25-06-06/07]




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18.1.2 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE FOR THE MONTH OF MAY 2007

File No:                          Nil

Attachment(s):                    Cancelled Payments
                                  Municipal account cheques
                                  Trust account cheques
                                  Municipal account EFT payments

Responsible Officer:              Eddie Piper
                                  Director Corporate Services
Author:                           Jennie Parker

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Attached is the schedule of accounts payable for the month of May 2007.

BACKGROUND
Nil

COMMENT
No comment is offered on this occasion.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
There are no statutory implications resulting from the recommendations of this
report.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
There are no financial implications resulting from the recommendations of this
report.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR G THOMSON

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That Council receive the schedule of accounts payable for the month of May
2007.

                                                             CARRIED
                                                                   (11/0)
                                      RES. NO. [4926-25-06-06/07]




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18.2   GENERAL

18.2.1 SERVICE AGREEMENT - CCTV

File No:                          0

Attachment(s):                    CCTV Service Agreement


Responsible Officer:              Eddie Piper
                                  Director Corporate Services
Author:                           Paul Ridge

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The purpose of this report is to receive Council‟s approval of the Closed Circuit
Television Service Agreement between the City of Kalgoorlie – Boulder and the
West Australian Police Department.

BACKGROUND
As a result of a Community Needs Analysis conducted in 2002 and as part of the
Community Safety & Crime Prevention Program, the City in conjunction with the
West Australian Police Department has developed and implemented a Closed
Circuit Television (CCTV) system to address the concerns of the community
regarding public safety and the fear of crime.

The Service Agreement outlines how the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the West
Australian Police will work together using the CCTV as part of the Community
Safety and Crime Prevention initiative by:

      Continuously monitoring the CCTV system;
      Administering the operational and public relations components of the CCTV
       system;
      Arranging regular maintenance of the CCTV system by the City‟s
       nominated provider and invoicing the City in respect of the same;
      Reporting the need for repairs to the CCTV system to the City‟s nominated
       provider and arranging those repairs, and invoicing the City in respect of the
       same.

The parties have agreed to enter into this agreement in order to maximise the
effectiveness of the CCTV. Pending Council approval this agreement will be
signed off and officially implemented.

COMMENT
To ensure the maximum effectiveness and efficiency of the CCTV system and this
relationship between the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the West Australian
Police, officers are recommending that Council authorise the Mayor and Chief


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Executive Officer to sign and seal all required documentation to finalise this
agreement to commence as soon as possible.

STATUTORY IMPLICATIONS
The parties under this agreement are bound to comply with all Local, State, and
Commonwealth laws, regulations and by laws applicable to the use of a CCTV
system.

POLICY IMPLICATIONS
There are no policy implications resulting from the recommendations of this report.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
CCTV maintenance has been budgeted for in the 2007/2008 budget.

COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
No community consultation was considered necessary in relation to the
recommendations of the report.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION
That Council authorise the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and affix
the Common Seal of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in accordance with part 19.1(2)
of the Standing Orders Local Law to initiate the CCTV Service Agreement subject
to changes in point 2 between City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the West Australian
Police.


COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR A PENDAL
SECONDED:            CR A PETZ
That Council

      1.     Authorise the Mayor and the Chief Executive Officer to sign and
             affix the Common Seal of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder in
             accordance with part 19.1(2) of the Standing Orders Local Law
             to initiate the CCTV Service Agreement subject to changes in
             point 2 between City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the West
             Australian Police.

      2.     Amend Clauses 2.2.3 and 2.5.1.4 to read as follows, “Clause
             2.2.3 Liaise with the City on matters relating to the CCTV
             System for the duration of this agreement, and provide regular
             updates reports in respect of such developments operations to
             the City with the report to be in a format and frequency to be
             agreed on by the Chief Executive Officer and Officer in Charge”;
             and


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         “Clause 2.5.1.4 The recording, copying, viewing and releasing of
         CCTV Footage other than in reference to Clause 2.5.1.6, shall be
         at the discretion of the Police provided always that it has
         relevant and adequate policies and procedures in place
         concerning the recording, copying, viewing and release of
         recorded images”.

                                                            CARRIED
                                                                 (11/0)
                                   RES. NO. [4927-25-06-06/07]




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19   QUESTIONS OF WHICH DUE NOTICE HAS BEEN GIVEN
     Nil.




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20     INFORMATION BULLETIN – 25 JUNE 2007
File No:                          0

Attachment(s):                    Letter from LGMA

Responsible Officer:              Eddie Piper
                                  Director Corporate Services
Author:                           Lisa Young

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The purpose of this item is to update Elected Members on general information.

BACKGROUND
The Officer‟s of the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder regularly produce information items
for Councillors to receive. The latest items are listed below:

20.1   Western Australian Local Government in 2027

A letter was received by the City on 8 June 2007 from Local Government
Managers Australia WA Division regarding a major event titled Western Australian
Local Government in 2027 – A Symposium on the Future being held from 11-13
September 2007. A copy of the letter is attached for information. The Chief
Executive Officer will be attending.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS
Simple

OFFICER RECOMMENDATION/COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:               CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR D BOTICA
That the Information Bulletin be received.

                                                                     CARRIED
                                                                           (11/0)
                                          RES. NO. [4928-25-06-06/07]




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21     CONFIDENTIAL ITEMS
21.1   CHIEF EXECUTIVE

21.1.1 KALGOORLIE-MELBOURNE AIRLINK

File No:                          0

Responsible Officer:              Don Burnett
                                  Chief Executive Officer
Author:                           Don Burnett

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil.



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
It is the recommendation of the Responsible Officer that this item be considered 'in
camera' due to the private and confidential nature of its contents.



OFFICER RECOMMENDATION
THAT in accordance with Section 5.23 (2) of the Local Government Act 1995 the
meeting is closed to members of the public, with the following aspect(s) of the Act
being applicable to this matter:


       A contract entered into, or which may be entered into, by the local
       government and which relates to a matter to be discussed at the meeting.

COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:         CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR D F BOTICA
That Council move into camera.

                                                                      CARRIED
                                                                            (11/0)
                                           RES. NO. [4929-25-06-06/07]
Council moved into camera at 7.17pm

COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:         CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR E ROADNIGHT



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That Council further consider the options at the next meeting pending the
provision of further information.

                                                            CARRIED
                                                                  (11/0)
                                     RES. NO. [4930-25-06-06/07]




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21.1.2 TOTAL WASTE MANAGEMENT VS CITY OF KALGOORLIE-BOULDER

File No:                          0

Responsible Officer:              Don Burnett
                                  Chief Executive Officer
Author:                           Don Burnett

Author Disclosure of Interest: Nil



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
It is the recommendation of the Responsible Officer that this item be considered 'in
camera' due to the private and confidential nature of its contents.



OFFICER'S RECOMMENDATION
THAT in accordance with Section 5.23 (2) of the Local Government Act 1995 the
meeting is closed to members of the public, with the following aspect(s) of the Act
being applicable to this matter:


      Legal advice obtained, or which may be obtained, by the local government
      and which relates to a matter to be discussed at the meeting.

COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:         CR G THOMSON
SECONDED:            CR R HAIGH
That Council authorise the Mayor, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Engineering Services to represent the City at the mediation conference on
Total Waste Management v City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and that the City’s
representatives be delegated authority to present the City’s position based
on Council’s discussions centred on this report, subject to any negotiated
position to be ratified by Council.

                                                                      CARRIED
                                                                            (11/0)
                                           RES. NO. [4931-25-06-06/07]

COUNCIL RESOLUTION
MOVED:         CR E ROADNIGHT
SECONDED:            CR D BOTICA
That Council move out of camera.


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                                                          CARRIED
                                                              (11/0)
                                         RES. NO. [4932-25-06-06/07]
Council moved out of camera at 7.39pm.




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22   DATE OF NEXT MEETING
     9 July 2007

23   CLOSURE
     There being no further business, the Chairman, Mayor Yuryevich, thanked
     Councillors and staff for their attendance at the meeting and declared the
     meeting closed at 7.39pm.




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