Council News From June 2022 Meeting
Published on 28 June 2022
The meeting was recorded and available for viewing on Council’s website https://bit.ly/35uKFxX.
Business dealt with at the 20 June 2022 meeting included:
Council voted against a modification to the DA 10.2021.72.2. New Service Station Operation Hours at Henty, noting that the original Conditions of Consent approved at the February meeting are to stand.
Council adopted the draft Local Preference Purchase Policy for exhibition. The policy will be displayed on Council’s website for a period of 28 days.
Council noted and considered the public submissions made in respect of the Delivery Program 2022 – 2026 incorporating the draft Operational Plan 2022-2023 and budget, draft Resourcing Strategy 2022 – 2032, draft Fees and Charges 2022 – 2023 and draft Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2021 – 2025.
Council adopted the Delivery Program 2022 – 2026 incorporating the Operational Plan 2022-2023 and budget, Resourcing Strategy 2022 – 2032, Fees and Charges 2022 – 2023 and Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2021 – 2025.
Council endorsed the determinations of Local Government Remuneration Tribunal – Mayor and Councillor Fees effective 1 July 2022.
Council invites submissions for a period of 28 days in respect of the potential closure and disposal of the unused section of road separating Lot 3 Section 23 DP9695 from Lot 1 DP 449083 Gordon Street Culcairn in accordance with Section 38B of the Roads Act 1993.
The Greater Hume Council Relocation Expenses (General Manager & Executive) Policy and Provision of Executive Housing Policy were adopted.
Council thanked Steven Pinnuck for his service, leadership and commitment to Greater Hume and its predecessors during his tenure in various roles, most significantly as General Manager. Council wished Steven well with his upcoming retirement and presented him with a plant and gift as a token of their appreciation.
Meeting agendas and minutes are available for viewing at any time here on Council’s website.
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Cr Tony Quinn | Mayor