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Council meeting summary - July 6, 2020

News Article Date: 
Tuesday, 7 July 2020

For more information and appendices for each item, view the Council Meeting Agenda.

The below summary is unconfirmed until the Minutes of the July 6 Meeting are accepted by Council.

1. Opening Prayer & Original Custodians Statement

2. Apologies

None.

3. Confirmation of Minutes

Council confirmed the Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Council held on June 1 2020 and the Minutes of the Special Meeting on July 6. (7-0)

4. Declaration by Councillors and Officers of any Conflict of Interest in any Item on the Agenda

Cr Neoh Declared a Conflict of Interest in Item 5.13.

5.1 Warrnambool City Council Budget 2020-2021

Council has proposed a $91.9m budget which balances the ongoing services to the community ($73.4m) with the infrastructure needs of Warrnambool ($18.5m).

Council has applied the rate cap under the Victorian Government’s ‘Fair Go Rates System’ of a 2.0% increase to rates.

In accordance with its Budget timetable, Council has worked through an extensive process to prepare a Proposed Budget for 2020/2021.

Council advertised the preparation of the Budget at the Ordinary Council meeting held on May 4, 2020.

Following the public notification of the Proposed Budget several submissions were received.

A number of the items raised in the submissions have been referred to the Small Infrastructure Fund which will be evaluated and quantified by Council officers before being considered at a Council Briefing.

An allocation of funding is proposed within this budget that allows for the progress of a number of these projects that meet the criteria. Council would the need to resolve at a future meeting of Council to allocate those funds to the evaluated and considered projects.

Council is now required to adopt the 2020/2021 Budget and lodge the final document with the Minister for Local Government.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

1. THAT THE BUDGET BE ADOPTED

a) That Council pursuant to Sections 127, 129, 130 and 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 as amended (“the Act”) adopts the Budget for the financial year, being for the period 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021 (“the Financial Year”) attached as Attachment 1 and annexed to the recommendation.

b) That the rate applicable in the budget has been calculated at a rate amount pursuant to section 185E(6) of the Local Government Act 1989(Vic) the applicable cap on rates in respect of the 2020-2021 financial year for the Warrnambool City Council is 2.0 percent.

c) Council give public notice of the adoption of the 2020/2021 Budget in accordance with Section 130(2) of the Act.

d) That a copy of the adopted Budget be forwarded to the Minister for Local Government in accordance with Section 130(4) of the Act.

e) That a copy of the adopted Budget be kept available at the Warrnambool Civic Centre for public inspection in accordance with Section 130(9) of the Act.

2. THAT THE AMOUNT TO BE RAISED IS

$41,436,000 (or such greater amount as is lawfully levied as a consequence of the adoption of the Recommendations) be declared as the amount which Council intends to raise in general rates by the application of differential rates, application of the annual service charge (waste management charge) and the application of a municipal charge (all described later in this Recommendation), which amount is calculated as follows;

General Rates (including Recreational Lands & supplementary rates)

$30,140,000

Annual Service Charge (waste management charge)

$6,421,000

Municipal Charge

$4,875,000

Total

$41,436,000

3. THAT A GENERAL RATE BE DECLARED

a) In respect of the Financial Year, being for the period 1 July 2020 to 30 June 2021.

b) That it be further declared pursuant to Sections 158, 158A and 161 of the Act that the general rate be raised by the application of differential rates having regard to the objectives of each differential rate and characteristics of the land which are the criteria for declaring each differential rate as set out in the Proposed Budget report 2020/2021 of the Meeting of Council of 4 May 2020.

c) That it be confirmed that the differential rates for all rateable land within the municipal district be determined by multiplying “Capital Improved Value” of each rateable land by a percentage specified as the percentage of each uniform rate (which percent may be alternatively expressed as cents in the dollar of the Capital Improved Value):

Type of Rate

Rate in the Dollar on Capital Improved Value

Industrial Land Rate

0.006200

Vacant Land Rate

0.006163

Commercial Land Rate

0.006641

Industrial 2 Land Rate

0.004830

Other Land Rate

0.003728

Farm Land Rate

0.002352

Recreation Land Category 1

$23,438.73

Recreation Land Category 2

0.003623

4. THAT A MUNICIPAL CHARGE BE LEVIED

a) Pursuant to Section 159 of the Act, a Municipal Charge be declared to cover some of the administrative costs of Council;

b) The Municipal Charge be in the sum of $277.13 per rateable land.

5. THAT AN ANNUAL SERVICE CHARGE (WASTE MANAGEMENT CHARGE) BE LEVIED

a) Pursuant to Section 162(1)(b) and Section 221(1)(b) of the Act, an Annual Service Charge in respect of rateable and non-rateable land (excluding vacant land, being land on which no buildings are erected) be declared in respect of the 2020/2021 Financial Year.

b) That the Annual Service Charge be declared

That this Charge be referred to as the “Waste Management Charge”.

c) That the Annual Service Charge be based on $379.09 per assessment.

6. THAT CULTURAL AND RECREATIONAL LAND BE LEVIED

In accordance with Section 4(1)(3) of the Cultural and Recreational Lands Act 1963, the amounts payable in respect of recreational lands under this act shall be in accordance with Appendix A of the Proposed Budget report 2020/2021.

7. THAT NO REBATES BE GRANTED

In respect of the 2020/2021 Rates and Charges.

8. THAT NO INCENTIVES BE OFFERED

Or declared for early payment of the general rates, annual service charge and municipal charge for 2020/2021.

9. THAT ALL CONSEQUENTIAL MATTERS

a) That may be recorded that Council requires any person to pay interest on any amounts or rates and charges which:

that person is liable to pay; and,

have not been paid by the date specified for their payment.

b) The interest rate fixed under Section 2 of the Penalty Interest Rates Act 1983 be noted as the rate set out in accordance with Section 172(2) of the Act.

c) That the Director Corporate Strategies be authorised to levy and recover or defer the general rates, annual service charge, municipal charge and amounts payable under the Act and the Cultural and Recreational Lands Act 1963.

5.2 Adoption of Council Plan 2-17-2021 (Revised)

Section 125 of the Local Government Act (1989) requires a Council to prepare and approve a four year Council Plan by the June 30 following a general election. The plan is required to be reviewed annually.

The 1989 Act is in the process of being repealed and replaced with the Local Government Act (2020). The section in the new Act that addresses requirements for the Council Plan do not come into effect until October 2020.

In recognition of the State of Emergency declared earlier this year, all councils in the Victoria were granted until August 31, 2020, to adopt their revised Council Plans.

The Council Plan is the feature document in Council’s suite of strategic planning documents, formulated to guide the work of Council over a four-year period.

The Council Plan retains Council’s vision for Warrnambool to be a Cosmopolitan City by the Sea, which references our beautiful and unique location and proclaims that the city is striving to be more welcoming, open and inclusive.

Council will also continue with the theme for the Council Plan – Growing Pride and Confidence in the City, which emphasises the need to celebrate and promote our city, its attributes and its appeal to those in the region and beyond.

The key objectives are unchanged and remain:

1. Sustain, enhance and protect the natural environment.

2. Foster a healthy, welcoming city that is socially and culturally rich.

3. Maintain and improve the physical places and visual appeal of the city.

4. Develop a smarter economy with diverse and sustainable employment.

5. Practice good governance through openness and accountability while balancing aspirations with sound financial management.

The revision of the Council Plan lists key activities and initiatives Council will undertake over 2020-2021 to deliver on the five objectives described in the Plan.

At its May 4, 2020, meeting Council resolved to release a revised Council Plan for public comment.

A public notice inviting feedback on the Council Plan was placed in The Standard on May 6, 2020.

One submission was received.

The points raised in the submission are addressed in this report for Council's consideration.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

That Council, pursuant to Section 125 of the Local Government Act 1989 adopt the Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 (revised 2020) for the Warrnambool City Council as set out in Attachment 1 of this report.

5.3 Policy and Procedures Review

Council is presented several polices for consideration that have been out for public comment. These include Council’s Fraud and Corruption Control Policy and Procedure, the Councillor Gift Policy, Council’s Public Interest Disclosure Procedure and the Audit and Risk Committee Charter.

Council in alignment with the transparency principles set out in the new Local Government Act is seeking input to a further suite of documents which includes Council’s Draft Transparency Policy, the Draft Councillor Reimbursement of Expenses Policy, Councillor's Draft Resources and Facilities Policy.

Each of these documents is required to be adopted by Council in its final form by 1 September 2020.

Council is putting these documents out for exhibition and is inviting feedback via www.yoursaywarrnambool.com.au. Feedback is sought by 5:00pm Wed 22 July 2020.

Council supported the following recommendations (7-0):

1. That Council note the

i) Draft Transparency Policy – refer Attachment 1.

ii) Draft Councillor Reimbursement of Expenses Policy – refer Attachment 2.

iii) Draft Resources and Facilities Policy – refer Attachment 3.

attached and that Council seek Community feedback for their further consideration on these documents.

2. That Council adopt the following attached documents

i) Council’s Fraud and Corruption Control Policy – refer Attachment 4.

ii) Council’s Fraud and Corruption Control Procedure – refer Attachment 5.

iii) Councillor Gift Policy – refer Attachment 6.

iv) Council’s Public Interest Disclosure Procedure – refer Attachment 7; and the

v) Warrnambool City Council Audit and Risk Committee Charter – refer Attachment 8.

5.4 Timor Street Power Upgrade

The proximity of the High Voltage (HV) and Low Voltage (LV) power lines in Timor Street

between Liebig Street and Kepler Street limit the ability of property owners to carry out maintenance on their building facades.

The Energy Safety Victoria ‘No Go Zones’ apply within 3 metres of any powerline and require spotters for works between 3 metres and 6.4 metres of a powerline.

The proximity of cables in this section of roadway to building facades is generally less than 3 metres, or equipment required for works would place them within the 3-metre zone.

Council has facilitated discussions between property owners and Powercor to understand the options available to address the restrictions.

Options explored previously had identified project costs of up to $750,000 to underground the overhead powerlines.

In conjunction with Powercor a solution has been found which will allow works to occur over a period of 90 days for a cost of $40,000. A Powercor options assessment is provided as Attachment 1.

Council should also consider funding a project manager to coordinate the complicated scheduling and approvals processes.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

That Council:

i. Accept the Option 3 proposal provided by Powercor and agree to fund the $40,000 cost to install the switching infrastructure.

ii. Engage with property owners and Powercor to determine the most suitable 90-day time period in which to provide the opportunity for property owners to undertake façade works.

iii. Agree to provide coordination, permit and programming support through a contracted project officer, with estimated costs of $20,000.

iv. Direct that officers identify suitable budgetary options available to fund these works and present these as part of the next monthly budget update.

5.5 Open Space Management Plan

It is a requirement of the Local Government Act 2020 that councils have in place Asset Management Plans (AMP) to strategically manage their assets.

AMPs are a key document in Council’s Asset Management Framework, sitting under the Policy and Strategy.

Council does not currently have an Open Space Asset Management Plan. This AMP has been developed in accordance with industry best practice and principles, informed by the Open Space Strategy, known condition information and existing operational and maintenance practices.

The plan outlines what it costs to deliver the current level of service, if this is being met and what the risks are of not meeting these requirements.

As this is the first Open Space AMP to go through this process, some assumptions are made.

These will be refined along with completing other Improvement Actions on future iterations of the Plan.

This Plan has been endorsed by the Asset Management Steering Committee.

The AMP must go through community consultation prior to adoption by Council.

Council supported the following recommendations (7-0):

That Council:

1. Agrees to advertise the draft Open Space Asset Management Plan 2020 for public comment for a period of not less than 28 days.

2. Receives a future report to adopt the Open Space Asset Management Plan which summarises any submissions and amendment made to the document.

5.6 Buildings Asset Management Plan

It is a requirement of the Local Government Act 2020 that councils have in place Asset Management Plans (AMP) to strategically manage their assets.

AMPs are a key document in Council’s Asset Management Framework, sitting under the Policy and Strategy.

Council does not currently have a Buildings Asset Management Plan.

This AMP has been developed by an industry leading consultant in accordance with best practice and principles, informed by the workshops identifying service manager needs, known condition information and existing operational and maintenance practices.

The plan outlines what it costs to deliver the current level of service, if this is being met and what the risks are of not meeting these requirements.

The recently adopted Sustainable Building Policy will likely increase all future capital costs for buildings, these impacts will be measured during the project planning stage of the asset lifecycle.

As this is the first Buildings AMP, some assumptions are made. These will be refined along with completing other Improvement Actions on future iterations of the Plan.

This Plan has been endorsed by the Asset Management Steering Committee.

The AMP must go through community consultation prior to adoption by Council.

Council supported the following recommendations (7-0):

That Council:

1. Agrees to advertise the draft Buildings Asset Management Plan 2020 for public comment for a period of not less than 28 days.

2. Receives a future report to adopt the Buildings AMP which summarises any submissions and amendment made to the document.

5.7 Asset Management Strategy 2020 – Post Community Consultation

At its 4 May 2020 Ordinary Meeting Council resolved to release the draft Asset Management Strategy for public consultation.

The strategy was advertised on Council’s website from 7 May to 8 June, and in The Standard on the 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th May.

No submissions have been received in relation to the draft Asset Management Strategy.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0)

That Council adopt the Asset Management Strategy.

5.8 Itinerant Trading Policy Review

Council adopted the Itinerant Trading Policy in July 2019. The basis for adoption was that the Policy would be trialled for 1 year. Policies are usually reviewed every 4 years.

As the Policy is due for review in July 2020, this process is following Council’s usual review procedure.

The Policy has been in place for 12 months. During that time there have been 9 itinerant traders registered.

The Policy has worked well and there has been no reason to amend the Policy content.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

That Council adopts the Itinerant Trading Policy without change, with a revised review date of July 2023.

5.9 Cycling Reference Group – Appointment of Community Members

A Cycling Reference Group (CRG) was established in early 2016, with the CRG confirmed as a formal Council reference group at the 28 November 2016 Ordinary Council meeting.

Membership of the CRG and the Terms of Reference were confirmed and endorsed by Council at the 5 June 2017 Ordinary Council meeting.

A revised Terms of reference was endorsed by Council at the 2 December 2019 Ordinary Council meeting.

There were 14 people apply for 8 positions as community representatives of the Cycling Reference Group. Each nominee was assessed against a set of criteria.

Council found it difficult to reduce the selection to 8 persons and are therefore recommending an increase to 9 community members for this term.

Council supported the following recommendations (7-0):

That Council:

1. Agree to amend the Terms of Reference for the Cycling Reference Group to allow up to 9 community members

2. Appoint the following people to the Cycling Reference Group for the period 1 July 2020 –30 June 2022:

- Helen Ryan

- Ellen Troitzsch

- Richard Adams

- Michael Dean

- Carla Mills

- Brendan Donahoo

- Geraldine Rabie

- Ian Bodycoat

- Jason Dart

5.10 Glass Collection Trial Survey Results and Transition to Plan Fourth Bin

The glass collection trial commenced on February 3rd this year with 3,300 tenements participating in two collection areas.

On average between 20 and 25 tonnes of glass is being collected per month, with 1,255 households placing their glass bin out for collection every fortnight with an average glass bin presentation rate of around 40% overall. This tonnage extrapolated out across the municipality is equal to 1250 tonnes of glass.

Approximately 6 tonnes of glass has been collected from the 3 glass banks between March - May.

To gain feedback a hardcopy survey was delivered to all trial households with an online survey monkey option available. The survey was open between 1/5/20 until 1/6/20.

804 responses were received. 707 hardcopies, 74 online responses, 23 hardcopies received (to date) after survey closed. Survey results are attached - refer Attachment 1.

The survey results provide evidence that the majority of participants in the trial area support the four bin system and fortnightly garbage collection.

For Council’s interest glass from the trial collection areas has been stockpiled and graded and will be crushed for use in concreting by local concreters. Glass from the glass banks is being used in local road making. The first example is the roadworks at Walsh Road / Raglan Parade intersection.

Council is currently in the process of planning a complete bin replacement of all garbage and recycling bins through the current contract. The purpose of the bin replacement program is to upgrade the ageing bin fleet and to improve the overall data available to both Council and residents. RFID chips are included in each new bin which links to Council’s database and with the GPS tracking and live and recorded camera footage in the trucks.

The rollout of the purple glass bins will need to be staged to avoid confusion and for the practicalities of storing around 90,000 new and returned redundant bins. Redundant bins are required to be recycled.

Sulo who will be supplying the new glass only and garbage bins offer a bin that has up to 60% recycled plastic content. This is an excellent example of the Circular Economy which Council will be promoting.

It is intended to commence the rollout of new bins in July beginning with the recycling bins, with the full rollout of new bins taking up to 9 months. Communication with the community about the changes will also be critical to enable a smooth transition.

The new bin system is a step change in the transition to the ultimate kerbside collection system. As other factors come into play such as the Container Deposit Scheme and new contracts begin other options may become feasible, however this initial system will provide a solid base from which to make further adjustments.

Council will soon be required to submit a Transition Plan to the Victorian Government in relation to its Recycling Reform Policy. Submission of the Transition Plan will attract some funding (the amount is currently unknown). This funding is anticipated to be modest.

Council supported the following recommendations (7-0):

That Council

1. Notes the results of the glass collection trial survey.

2. Resolves to rollout a staged kerbside glass collection service across the Municipality.

3. Agrees to transition to a fortnightly kerbside waste collection as the glass collection is introduced.

5.11 City Centre Car Parking COVID-19 Response

At a Committee of the Whole Meeting on 23 March 2020, Council resolved to initiate free parking in the CBD until 14 April 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 23 March 2020 resolution was made following a request by the Mayor for advice from officers in relation to free parking options as a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, in support of CBD retailers and businesses.

At its 8 April 2020 Special Meeting, Council further resolved; that Council continue with free parking in the CBD based on relevant time limits until 30 June 2020.

At its 1 June 2020 Ordinary Meeting Council resolved that it continue with free parking in the CBD based on the relevant signed time limits until 10 July 2020.

Council has now requested that a further report on car parking be brought to the 6 July Ordinary Meeting.

Council officers have been patrolling and enforcing time limits in the CBD, however these patrols are much more resource intensive and cannot be done as quickly as those undertaken in a metered environment.

It is difficult to maintain a strong enforcement regime in a free parking environment unless general revenue is diverted to fund the local laws program.

The resolution provided in this report will effectively provide free short term parking in off street car parks before 11:00am each weekday.

Council supported the following recommendations (7-0):

That Council:

1. Having noted the increasing demands for car parking in the CBD and having considered the recent increase in complaints related to overstays, direct that the 2 Hour Parking Zones in the Ozone Off Street Car Park, Cramond and Dickson Off Street Car Park, and Parkers Off Street Car Park be converted to 2P Meter Parking from 11:00am – 5:30pm Monday to Friday.

2. Return the Ozone Off Street Car Park, Cramond and Dickson Off Street Car Park, and the Parkers Off Street Car Parking areas to pre Covid-19 parking conditions after 31 January 2021.

3. Extend the CBD wide free parking response from 10 July 2020 to 18 July 2020.

4. Reinstate paid parking (meter) in the CBD from 20 July 2020.

5. Direct that officers negotiate for similar parking arrangements, to those detailed in Part 1 of the resolution, to occur in the privately owned Coles Younger parking area.

6. Direct that a media campaign advising of the return of paid parking (meter) commence immediately.

5.12 Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program

On 22 May the Federal Government announced a new $500 million Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program and the bringing forward of $1.3 billion of the 2020-21 Financial Assistance Grant payments.

A copy of the program guidelines are provided as Attachment 1.

Warrnambool City Council has been allocated $425,024 through the program.

Council now needs to consider what appropriate projects it has for the program.

The purpose of this report is to select a priority project which can be put forward for funding through the program.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

That Council note the list of eligible projects contained in this report and confirms its priority project as the Lake Pertobe Stage 2 Car Parking Area.

5.13 Reid Oval Redevelopment Project

The Reid Oval Redevelopment project includes the construction of a new pavilion, reconstruction of the sporting oval, improvements to the training area, installation of 200lux sports field lighting, upgrade of cricket training nets and improvements to spectator areas.

Brand Architects were engaged in September 2019 to undertake detailed design and documentation for the Reid Oval Redevelopment project.

The project has been designed to a budget of $10.78 million, of which $10.2 million of funding is confirmed.

Detailed design has been completed, and documentation for tendering is being finalised, with the aim to advertise tenders on 20 June 2020.

The tender period and evaluation process will be carried out in line with Council’s Procurement Policy, with a recommendation for contract award programmed to go to Council for consideration at the September Ordinary Council meeting.

Council supported the following recommendations (6-0):

That Council note that the construction tender for the Reid Oval Redevelopment Project, is being conducted as a select tender process which has sought submissions from selected contractors that are pre-registered with the Department of Treasury and Finance.

5.14 Petition – Installation of a Skate Park at Jubilee Park – Wurrumbit Birrng Yaar, Woodford

Two petitions have been received with 101 signatures in total (73 – 3281 postcode, 23 – 3280 postcode and 5 other postcodes) requesting that Council consider the development of a skate park nearby the playground at Jubilee Park – Wurrumbit Birrng Yaar, Woodford.

In accordance with Local Law L.1 Governance, the petition should be received and referred to the Chief Executive for a report to a future Council meeting.

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

That in accordance with Local Law L1 Governance, the petition be referred to the Chief Executive for a report to a future Council meeting.

5.15 WAG Industry Panel

The WAG Industry Panel (IP) was established in 2014. The terms of reference for the IP are to review and provide advice on:

- Creative programs including collection, exhibition and education programs

- Strategic direction, identity and industry position

- Appropriate and constructive challenges to the assumptions and operations of WAG

- Community engagement for WAG’s programs.

A copy of the IP’s existing terms of reference is attached as Attachment A.

MEMBERSHIP CHANGES

Due to several vacancies, arising from members leaving the district or changing job roles, representation on the IP needs to be updated, to allow for the next meeting to be convened.

Current members of the IP:

- Cr. Kylie Gaston (Councillor representative as Chair, appointed as part of the annual statutory process)

- Ann Morris (President, Friends of WAG)

- Peter Watson (Business representative)

- Professor Robyn Sloggett AM (Director, Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation)

- Dr Vicki Couzens (Gunditjmara Keerray Woorroong artist)

IP members no longer able to act on the IP are:

- Karen Quinlan (Director, Bendigo Art Gallery)

- Professor Brenda Cherednichenko (Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts and Education, Deakin University)

Following internal discussions, two new members for the IP are proposed:

- Dr Paul Venzo, Deakin University, School of Communication and Creative Arts

- Jason Smith, Geelong Gallery, Director and CEO.

Background information on the two new members is attached as Attachment B.

Council Officers on the IP are:

- Director Community Development

- Manager Recreation and Culture

- Director Warrnambool Art Gallery

5.16 Advisory Committee Reports

This report contains the record of one Advisory Committee meeting:

Joint Economic Development Advisory Committee and Visitor Economy Advisory Committee meeting – 9 June 2020

Council supported the following recommendation (7-0):

That the record of the Joint Economic Development Advisory Committee and Visitor Economy Advisory Committee meeting held on 9 June 2020, be received.

5.17 Assembly of Councillors Reports

The purpose of this report is to provide the record of any assembly of Councillors, which has been held since the last Council Meeting, so that it can be recorded in the Minutes of the formal Council Meeting.

The record of the following Assembly of Councillors is enclosed:-

Tuesday June 9, 2020 – refer Attachment 1

Monday June 15, 2020 – refer Attachment 2

Monday June 29, 2020 – refer Attachment 3

Council received the report, with the clarification that Cr Cassidy was an apology for the June 9 meeting (7-0).

5.18 Mayoral & Chief Executive Council Activities – Summary Report

Council received the report (7-0).

6. Public Question Time

7.1 Council Adjourned the Meeting for an In-Camera Confidential Item (6-1).

8. Resolution to Close Meeting to Consider Confidential Item of Business

Council supported the following recommendation (6-1).

That the meeting move into Camera in accordance with Section 66(2)(a) of the Local Government Act 2020 and the meeting be closed to the members of the public.

Close of Meeting

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