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NOTICE OF MEETING Notice is hereby given that an Ordinary Meeting of the Devonport City Council will be held in the Council Chambers, Fenton Way, Devonport, on Monday 19 November 2012; commencing at 6.00pm with the Confidential Items. The meeting will be open to the public at 7.15pm. A Notice of the meeting was published in The Advocate Newspaper on 14 November 2012. Council Minutes can be found on Council’s website www.devonport.tas.gov.au QUALIFIED PERSONS ADVICE ETC. I certify that with respect to all advice, information or recommendation provided to the Council in or with this agenda: i.

the advice, information or recommendation is given by a person who has the qualifications or experience necessary to give such advice, information or recommendation; and

ii.

where any advice is directly given by a person who does not have the required qualifications or experience that person has obtained and taken into account in that person’s general advice the advice from an appropriately qualified or experienced person.

Ian McCallum GENERAL MANAGER


AGENDA FOR A MEETING OF DEVONPORT CITY COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2012 AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS, FENTON WAY, DEVONPORT COMMENCING AT 6.00PM Item

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1.0

APOLOGIES

2.0

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

3.0

DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

4.0

CLOSED SESSION - CONFIDENTIAL MATTERS .................................................. 5

5.0

PUBLIC FORUM .......................................................................................... 6

5.1

Responses to questions raised at prior council meetings (D282959)...................................... 6

5.2

Questions asked at this meeting ................................................................................................... 7

6.0

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES........................................................................ 8

6.1

Minutes of an Council Meeting held 15 October 2012 ............................................................ 8

7.0

WORKSHOPS & BRIEFING SESSIONS .............................................................. 9

7.1

Workshop and Briefing Sessions held since the last council meeting (D282884) ................. 9

8.0

PLANNING AUTHORITY MATTERS ................................................................ 10

8.1

AM2011/01 To Devonport & Environs Planning Scheme - 14 & 26 Sheffield Road, Spreyton (D282739) ....................................................................................................................... 11

9.0

NOTICES OF MOTION ............................................................................. 133

9.1

Promotional Signage - Devonport Road - Notice of Motion - Ald A J Jarman (D281419) ...................................................................................................................................... 133

9.2

Part 5 Agreement - 110 Sheffield Road, Spreyton - Notice of Motion - Ald G F Goodwin (D282957) .................................................................................................................... 134

9.3

Tarkine - Benefits to Entire Region - Notice of Motion - Ald S L Martin (D282966) ............ 142

10.0

MAYORAL REPORT ................................................................................. 143

10.1

Mayor's Monthly Report (D282515) ........................................................................................... 143

11.0

GENERAL MANAGER'S REPORTS ............................................................... 146

11.1

Elected Members Expenditure Report (D282516).................................................................. 146

11.2

Australian Sail Training Association Conference (D283073) ................................................. 148

12.0

CUSTOMERS AND COMMUNITY REPORTS ................................................... 150

12.1

Minutes of Controlling Authorities, Working Groups and Special Committee Meetings (D281191)..................................................................................................................... 150

12.2

Free Parking in Council Car Parks for December 2012 (D282504) ...................................... 174

13.0

TECHNICAL AND FINANCE REPORTS .......................................................... 176

13.1

Solar Powered Compactor Rubbish Bins (D275588) .............................................................. 176

13.2

Finance Report for October 2012 (D280675) .......................................................................... 178

13.3

Non-Urban Road Network Strategy - changes to speed limits (D280739) ........................ 188

13.4

Financial Assistance Grant Funding Reduction (D281963) .................................................. 193

13.5

Contract 1230 - William Street/Valley Road Intersection Reconstruction (D282914) ...... 211

13.6

Capital Works Progress Report (D282938) ............................................................................... 214


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CLOSED SESSION

The following items 4.1 to 4.8 which in the General Manager’s opinion are prescribed items in accordance with Regulation 15(2) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005 (confidential matters). Consequently, the Council by absolute majority, can decide to close the meeting.

RECOMMENDATION That the meeting be closed to the public, to enable Council to consider Agenda Items 4.1 to 4.8 which are confidential matters as prescribed in Regulation 15(2) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005. 4.1

Unconfirmed Minutes of Board Meeting - Cradle Coast Authority - 9 October 2012

4.2

Unconfirmed Minutes - Dulverton Regional Waste Management Authority - Board Meeting - 18 October 2012

4.3

Unconfirmed Minutes of Meeting - Devonport Maritime & Heritage Authority 24 October 2012

4.4

Accident Update

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Purchase of Land

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Purchase of Land

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Lease

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Lease

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PUBLIC FORUM

5.1 R esponses to ques tions r aised at prior council meeti ngs

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RESPONSES TO QUESTIONS RAISED AT PRIOR COUNCIL MEETINGS File: 27452 D282959

Meeting held 15 October 2012 Reproduced below is the response dated 7 November 2012 to Mr Douglas Janney’s question: “In relation to your question at Council’s meeting held on 15 October 2012 we advise that your comments in regard to the layout of Council’s Agenda have been noted as well as your concerns in relation to the website version. In reference to your query relating to the steps and timelines for implementation of the new Planning Scheme we advise that the Steering Committee of the Regional Planning Scheme Imitative Project met on 18 October 2012 and as a result of this meeting, Devonport City Council has committed, together with the other eight Councils of the North West Coast, to consider a draft Planning Scheme based on the regional model at its December meeting. It is intended that this draft Planning Scheme will then be presented to the Minister of Planning prior to Christmas. Public consultation will occur on the draft Planning Scheme, the exact nature and timing of such consultation will be directed by the Minister of Planning.” Meeting held 15 October 2012 Reproduced below is the response dated 7 November 2012 to Mr John Cole’s question: “I refer to your questions at the Council Meeting held on the 15th October 2012 in relation to tenants at the Homemaker Centre. In relation to what types of showroom can operate from the site, Clause 8.20.3 of the current planning scheme requires that “Each showroom must not be less than 500 square metres floor area.” And “The goods that can be displayed and sold in any of the showrooms must largely comprise: Furniture and floor coverings Electrical appliances, including whitegoods and computer equipment Home entertainment equipment Manchester, curtains and blinds Camping and outdoor recreation equipment Office supplies Building, construction hardware goods. Garden and landscaping materials. Auto accessories Any combination of these goods, provided that the sale or hire of clothing or footwear is not a predominant activity” The application by The Planning Group obo Shiploads stated that Shiploads will predominately sell goods as listed above. The application provided examples of goods they sell that include flat pack furniture and outdoor equipment such as kayaks. The applicant provided floor areas that ITEM 5.1


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demonstrated that the majority of floor space would be used for bulky goods permitted as above, whilst acknowledging that a smaller section of the building would be used to sell general retail items from pallets. In relation to compliance, Council or the general public can take action under sections 63 and 64 of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993, if any business or person is not complying with their permit. This would involve making application for an order with the Resource Management and Planning Appeals Tribunal whom can make binding decisions on such matters. The Planning Scheme specifies which type of uses are permitted and which are discretionary within any zone. Only discretionary applications are advertised in accordance with the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 requirements. Council must grant a permit for any use which has a permitted status, such as a Showroom in the Devonport Regional Homemaker Centre Zone. Devonport City Council is absolutely committed to having a strong CBD and have committed significant funds to the development of infrastructure within the CBD in recent years. Work is also being undertaken on developing a strategy to further strengthen the CBD as the centre of the City. Whilst this project is currently only in its infancy it is Councils intention to seek feedback from key stakeholders and the general public at an appropriate time prior to the completion of the strategy. Devonport City Council is routinely monitoring parking within the CBD. We are also continually looking for opportunities to improve parking and have recently entered into another 4 year lease for the Victoria Parade Car Park and a 5 year lease to extend the Edward Street Car Park creating an additional 20 car parks. Plans are currently being finalised to open a “Pay as you Leave” parking arrangement in the Rooke Street carpark. Meeting held 15 October 2012 Reproduced below is the response dated 8 November 2012 to Mr Bob Vellacott’s question: “In response to your question raised at the October 2012 Council meeting, I advise that the quantum of penalty interest on unpaid rates will be reviewed at the time of Council adopting its 2013/2014 budget. If you have further questions regarding the above please do not hesitate to contact me.”

ATTACHMENTS Nil Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That the report advising of responses to questions raised at a prior Council meeting be received and noted. Questi ons as ked at this meeti ng

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QUESTIONS ASKED AT THIS MEETING ITEM 5.1


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COUNCIL MEETING - 15 OCTOBER 2012

RECOMMENDATION That the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on 15 October 2012 as circulated be taken as read and confirmed.

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WORKSHOP AND BRIEFING SESSIONS HELD SINCE THE LAST COUNCIL MEETING

Council is required by Regulation 8(2)(c) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005 to include in the Agenda the date and purpose of any Council Workshop held since the last meeting. Date

Description

Purpose

22/10/2012

Surf Club Lease

Information regarding the Devonport Surf Life Saving Club’s lease was presented.

Maidstone Park Storage Issue

Information regarding request for storage facility was presented.

Rating Review

Update provided in relation to the Valuation and Rating Review Draft Final Report prepared by the Division of Local Government of DPAC. Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That the report advising of Workshop/Briefing Sessions held since the last Council meeting be received and the information noted.

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The Mayor will now announce that Council intends to act as a Planning Authority under the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 for the consideration of Agenda Item 8.1. Council is required by Regulation 8(3) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005 to deal with items as a Planning Authority under the LUPA 1993 in a sequential manner. The following item is to be dealt with at the meeting of Council in its capacity as a Planning Authority. 8.1

AM2011/01 To Devonport & Environs Planning Scheme - 14 & 26 Sheffield Road, Spreyton (D282739)

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AM2011/01 TO DEVONPORT & ENVIRONS PLANNING SCHEME - 14 & 26 SHEFFIELD ROAD, SPREYTON File: 26060 D282739

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance

RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 2.1.1

Ensure the City's Planning Scheme supports local community character and appropriate land use.

PURPOSE The purpose of this report is for Council to consider an application to rezone land from Rural to Closed Residential. The request is made under Section 33 of the Land Use Planning Approvals Act 1993.

BACKGROUND Planning Instrument:

Devonport &Environs Planning Scheme 1984 (the Scheme)

Applicant:

Lester Franks

Owner:

RW Squibb & Sons Pty Ltd and Gen 3 Developments Pty Ltd

Proposal:

To Devonport & Environs Planning Scheme

Existing Use:

Agricultural

Decision Due:

19 November 2012

Figure 1 – December 2009 (Dekho) – subject parcels outlined in red

The proposal includes the rezoning of the entire parcel of land approximately 10.5ha in area on the eastern side of Sheffield Road and a portion on the western side that lies

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between the alignment of Figure of Eight Creek and Sheffield Road. This is approximately 1.7ha in area.

Figure 2 – Excerpt from applicant's submission

It is estimated that the larger parcel on the eastern side is covered with 6ha of fruit trees. It has also been observed that approximately 1 ha of trees have been removed since the December 2009 overhead photograph was taken. This band has been calculated and outlined in green on Figure 3.

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Figure 3 – Extent of tree removal observed since December 2009 (Dekho)

The western parcel is totally covered with apple trees and is contiguous with other apple orchards further to the west and south managed by the same company. The creek alignment which forms the proposed western boundary of the proposed residential zone is clearly visible on Figures 1 & 3. The applicant has provided various comments in support of the application and it is submitted by them that the application: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

Seeks to further the Objectives of Schedule 1 of the Act; Complies with State Policies; Supports the objectives of the Devonport Strategic Plan 2009-2030; Supports the objectives of the Devonport Residential Land Use Strategy 2006; Represents sound land use strategy in the supply of residential land in Devonport.

The application also includes an agricultural assessment for ‘subdivision development’ by Davey and Maynard dated July 2010 which includes comments on land capability, the development proposal, an investment analysis of apple growing and comments on potential fettering from agricultural activity. Response – The applicant submits that the land is currently part of a commercial apple orchard and indicates that the orchard is economically unviable and concludes that the land is class 4 which is not prime agricultural land. This consultants report concludes that market conditions and financial viability make the subject parcels of land no longer suitable for growing apples but would be useful for intermittent small scale and opportunistic fresh market vegetable and small fruits. In regard to minimising conflict between adjoining rural and residential activity the means of establishing separation buffers or entering into agreements has diminished. Since the Davey Maynard Report was commissioned by the applicant the Tasmanian Planning Commission has introduced Planning Directive No.4. This Directive is the absolute means of

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ensuring spatial and amenity development control measures for dwellings in a Closed Residential zone are attained. For example this specific Directive allows dwellings to be relocated 4m from the boundary of adjoining lots. As a consequence any Part 5 Agreement inconsistent with Planning Directive No. 4 would have no legal effect. A similar application to amend land from rural to residential at Pilgrims Road was rejected by the Tasmanian Planning Commission in July this year. Upon consideration of representations Council was also unanimous in not supporting the application. In their conclusion the Commission indicated the following: This draft amendment has not demonstrated an acceptable degree of separation or buffering between proposed residential and existing agricultural uses, and it is considered to be not in accordance with the State Policy on the Protection of Agricultural Land 2009. Furthermore, the draft amendment is considered to be not consistent with regional strategies and the fair and orderly development of Devonport. lt is concluded rezoning is premature in the absence of a land use strategy for Spreyton and an outline development plan that offers a resolution of potential land use conflict between residential and adjacent agricultural activities. The application does not provide any alternative solutions to consider in the mitigation of likely land use conflicts.

Current Zoning The primary intent of the Rural zone is for Agricultural Uses. The Scheme indicates that the allocation of land in and to this zone and its location is intended to ensure that: (i)

The agricultural potential of agricultural land is protected; and

(ii)

The continued productive capacity of agricultural land is given priority; and

(iii)

Fragmentation of rural holdings is prevented; and

(iv)

The alienation of agricultural land by non agricultural use and development is to be minimised; and

(v)

The ecological, cultural and landscape values of agricultural land are protected; and

(vi)

Water catchments are protected.

Response – The applicant indicates that the orchards are no longer viable. However it is a well established fact that viability is not a planning consideration. It is also contended that future residential development will be conditioned to ensure protection of Figure of Eight Creek. No indication is provided however on how fettering of the agricultural land will be alleviated.

Strategic Implications The applicant indicates that recent commercial developments in the Spreyton area have provided justification for residential expansion. The application includes comments and statements on the following publications and resolutions of Council to supplement this. 1.

Devonport Residential Land Use and Development Strategy (2006) – the key elements submitted are for: (a)

Residential use and development to be consolidated within existing residential zoned areas;

(b)

Limit expansion of the residential zoning to only those areas that will not conflict with the Protection of Agricultural Land Policy, where slope and solar orientation are appropriated and only where service provisions are feasible and not unduly extreme;

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(c)

Increase flexibility in lot size and dwelling form to encourage a greater number and range of dwelling types through infill and intensification in existing residential areas where service capacities allow that to occur.

Response - The applicant submits that the rezoning of the land does not represent a fragmentation but instead provides for consolidation with existing Closed Residential land to the north on Mersey Road. It is quite clear from the following map that the subject land is not contiguous with the land on Mersey Road to a degree to be labelled as consolidation. Similarly any likelihood of connectivity is impossible due to the access limitations over the railway line and Figure of Eight Creek. It is also suggested that the land will consolidate and integrate the closed residential land between Mersey Road and the residential ribbon of Sheffield Road.

Figure 4 – relationship between subject land and existing closed residential

From a State Policy perspective the applicant contends that the land based on the established classification system is class 4 & 5. However it is noted that a July 2010 site specific study undertaken by Davey & Maynard and submitted with the application indicates that both parcels are described as Class 4 land. Anecdotally the availability of sewage reticulation in particular will require major pump station upgrades to facilitate the expansion of residential land in this location. This advice assisted in the development of the Draft Residential Strategy that called for a moratorium on development in Sheffield Road. The applicant also indicates that the land is fully serviceable and requires only minimal extension to existing networks.

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Devonport Economic Baseline Study (2009) –the findings of this are summarised as: (a)

Demographics - Modest population growth is expected for Devonport

(b)

Retail Market - Devonport has experienced a significant increase in new dwelling approvals and strong growth in median house prices.

(c)

Devonport as a Regional Hub – Devonport has positive lifestyle attributes and comparatively low property prices.

Response – These are expounded in Part 5.3 of the application and include comments on demographics, population projections and land availability, numbers of dwelling approvals and

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comparatively low property prices. The applicant concludes that based on various population projection parameters that the available closed residential land will be consumed in approximately 5.6 years but based on the Council projection of having a population of 35000 by 2030 the available land will disappear in less than two years. There is some difficulty in reconciling this submitted data against the information collected and empirical details gleaned for the Draft Residential Strategy. This Strategy projects that there is approximately 20 years supply of Closed Residential zoned land and a further 10 years zoned reserved residential.

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Devonport Strategic Plan 2009-2030 – the aspects of this Strategy relevant to the rezoning are outcomes 1.3.2, 2.1.1, 2.1.2, 3.5.1 and 3.5.5.

Response – These are reproduced in Part 5.4 of the application with four reasons to support these outcomes. A précis of the matters include site aspect, nearby development, adjacent zones strategic location and economic development through employment opportunities will achieve these goals. In general terms these issues have already been commented on within this report.

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The Cradle Coast Regional Land Use Planning Framework 2010-2030 (2011) – The CCRLUP has identified Devonport as having a low settlement growth scenario. Low is categorised as having demand driven largely by internal population change and low rates of inward migration. Growth relies on existing land supply within the designated urban boundary.

Response - This Framework document was endorsed by Council in December 2010. The applicant however is submitting that Devonport’s appropriate classification should be a ‘Contained Strategy’ as this promotes a mix of intensification and strategic expansion to retain compact urban form and allows for optimum use of available and planned infrastructure in both established and new release areas. Further details they have submitted are contained in Part 5.5 of the application. The applicant contends that the CCRLUP has noted inconsistencies and incorrect population statistics. It also doesn’t refer to Council’s October 2010 resolution for Devonport to achieve a population of 35,000 by 2030. In summary the applicant insists that the low settlement strategy is too conservative and needs to be re-examined primarily because the population statistics are not correct, the land supply is much less than stated and the strategy does not consider the Council’s future aspirations. In response the CCRLUP provides for the projected growth within existing urban boundaries, consistent with the current and draft residential strategies.

5.

The Devonport Retail Strategy (2008)

The applicant submits that there is a need for retail expansion to service residents. Response – There seems to be some inference that the economic driver for additional activity south of the Bass Highway is additional residential land. There not total agreement with this. An observation of the dynamic of the locality since the opening of the Spreyton IGA reinforces that the existing business zoned land will cater for a relative population increase.

6.

Council resolution 264/10 and 79/12 which resolves that Devonport should have a population of 35,000 by the year 2030.

The applicant is drawing Council’s attention to the October 2010 resolution and its March 2012 confirmation that reinforces Council’s vision to have a population of 35000 by the year 2030. The applicant submits that there is an evident imperative by Council to increase its population. Comments - There is no fundamental disagreement with this Council vision. Put very simply the Cradle Coast Regional Land Use Framework recognises a current low growth scenario from

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analysing established data and an extrapolation of the figures available to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

7.

The Draft Devonport Residential Land Strategy 2011-2030

The applicant has submitted that there are serious concerns regarding the strategic direction being pursued. The applicant contends that the Strategy ignores the objectives of the community, contains errors of fact and statistics, fails to take into account various parameters and over estimates the land actually available. A Table appraising these areas has been included as Appendix E in the revised August 2012 submission. An analysis is submitted as Appendix D. Response – A considerable analysis of smaller pockets and available broadacre residential land was examined during the formation of this document. An important factor included in the ranking of available land was the servicing constraints and locality which in many instances affected sustainable development of the land.

The application also provides comments against the objectives of Schedule 1, Parts 1 & 2 of the Land Use Planning Approvals Act 1993. No comments are submitted in response but in general terms there is little or no agreement with the reasons for compliance submitted.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS No financial implications are anticipated unless outsourced professional planning advice is required to support a decision made by the Planning Authority contrary to the recommendation provided by its own professional planning staff.

CONCLUSION Notwithstanding some aspects of the editorial content in the application the proposal to rezone land currently in orchard production is in complete disregard to the State Policy for the Protection of Agricultural Land 2009 and the intent of the rural zone in this locality. The land has been specifically classified by a suitable qualified and experienced agricultural consultant as Class 4 under the Forth Report, Land Capability Survey of Tasmania, Moreton RM and Grose CJ (1997). Class 4 land is defined as: ‘Land marginally suitable for cropping because of severe limitations which restrict the range of crops that can be grown, and/or make major conservation treatment and careful management necessary. Cropping rotations should be restricted to one or two years out of ten in a rotation with pasture or equivalent to avoid damage to the soil resource or are limited by severe climatic conditions such that there is a very high risk of crop failure’. It is also indicated that Class 4 land may support a more limited range of crops but production may be sustainable over a longer period. From the perspective of Planning Directive No. 4 there is no ability to impose a separation buffer between the adjoining rural and future residential uses to mitigate potential fettering issues. The possible scenario of including a suitable width area of public open space as a riparian reserve has been considered but discounted for two reasons. 1.

The Figure of Eight Creek has no landscape or amenity qualities in this location that need to be retained.

2.

There is no connectivity in either direction for shared pathways.

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The Cradle Coast Regional Land Use Planning Framework recognises Devonport as having a low growth scenario. Although the Council has a vision of achieving a population of 35,000 by the year 2030 this does not conflict as suggested in the application with the facts obtained and produced in the CCRLUP study. There is no purpose achieved in disputing the facts because a community vision to achieve a growth far exceeds the established and signed off low growth scenario which was derived after exhaustive research.

ATTACHMENTS 1.

Original December 2010 proposal

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Revised August submission

3.

Amended 2010 submission Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That the application to amend the Devonport and Environs Planning Scheme 1984 to rezone parcels of 14 & 26 Sheffield Road, Spreyton from Rural to Closed Residential be refused for the following reasons: 1.

The impacts on the loss of existing agricultural use have not been satisfactorily demonstrated.

2.

The land is still in agricultural production and economic viability is not a consideration for the Planning Authority to determine.

3.

The land is class 4 agricultural land and continues to have potential for agriculture despite the perceived future of the current orchard.

4.

The proposal is not consistent with the objectives of the Land Use Planning & Approvals Act 1993.

5.

There is not adequate strategic justification for the proposed amendment.

6.

No proposed means of providing satisfactory separation between adjoining rural and residential activities has been demonstrated.

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PAGE 133 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 Notic es of M oti on

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9.1 Pr omotional Signage - Devonport R oad - Notice of M otion - Ald A J J ar man

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PROMOTIONAL SIGNAGE - DEVONPORT ROAD - NOTICE OF MOTION - ALD A J JARMAN File: 27103 D281419

In accordance with Regulation 16(5) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005, a notice of motion has been received from Alderman A J Jarman. Recommendati on

MOTION “That Council prepare a report and find associated costs involved to consider the idea of promotional signage to be placed along Devonport Road from the bridge at Horsehead Creek through to Waterfront entrance for the 2013/14 budget deliberations.” SUPPORT As there is very little information provided on all the attractions and events that Devonport has to offer anyone travelling this route, I have come up with this idea for this section of town. This is a main thoroughfare for tourists coming from Cradle Mountain or Sheffield. When travelling through this section it is very industrial including passing such sites as Simplot, Visy Board and the backside of both Fairbrothers and Ausworld. You then pass through the Quoiba section and you then can see some improvement if you look across the walkway to Horsehead Creek however then you pass silos, old sheds, Roberts then turn onto the Bridge to get to the ship! We lose any chance of gaining attention to all our attractions. I believe with our different tourism and signage strategies improving we have a perfect opportunity to create a beautiful cavalcade of flag style signage that announces our unique tourist destinations including the Maritime Museum, Julie Burgess, Aquatic Centre, Home Hill, East Devonport walkway, home of the Spirit, Don River Railway etc etc etc. Before you depart Tassie give Devonport a try!

GENERAL MANAGER’S COMMENTS This item does not require qualified advice as per Section 65 of the Local Government Act 1993.

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PAGE 134 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 9.2 Part 5 Agreement - 110 Sheffi eld Road, Spr eyton - N otic e of M otion - Al d G F Goodwi n

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PART 5 AGREEMENT - 110 SHEFFIELD ROAD, SPREYTON - NOTICE OF MOTION - ALD G F GOODWIN File: 8695 D282957

In accordance with Regulation 16(5) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005, a notice of motion has been received from Alderman G F Goodwin. Recommendati on

MOTION “That Council Officers investigate the possibility of ending the Part 5 Agreement applying to the land owned by RM & AM Snell at 110 Sheffield Road, Spreyton and report back to Council for decision at the December 2012 Council meeting.” SUPPORT Attached is a copy of a letter from Mr Snell to Council as well as advice from his Lawyer, Don Armstrong. When Council approved the subdivision of the land there was an orchard operating next door to Snell’s land. The condition requiring a buffer was to assist in ensuring that the orchard was not detrimentally affected by any residential development on Snell’s land. As such, it was a perfectly logical condition to set. However, since that time, the orchard has ceased operation and the land is now used for grazing. With the situation with orchards in Tasmania continuing to see massive reduction in this land use it would be highly unlikely that it will be used for that purpose again. The condition does cause the Snell’s difficulty when trying to sell the land and it would seem logical that as the circumstances have now changed with the neighbouring land that, if possible, Council should end the Part 5 Agreement.

GENERAL MANAGER’S COMMENTS Since this subdivision was approved in 2009 various attempts have been made to remove the condition regarding a buffer zone. This has included representation to the Tasmanian Planning Commission and several requests to Council. A report was provided to Council in August 2012.

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PAGE 142 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 9.3 T ar kine - Benefits to Entir e R egion - Notice of Motion - Ald S L Marti n

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TARKINE - BENEFITS TO ENTIRE REGION - NOTICE OF MOTION - ALD S L MARTIN File: 18913 D282966

In accordance with Regulation 16(5) of the Local Government (Meeting Procedures) Regulations 2005, a notice of motion has been received from Alderman S L Martin. Recommendati on

MOTION “That Council express its desire and support for the entire region to benefit from all the Tarkine has to offer – mining, tourism, conservation, recreation, cultural heritage and future opportunities; and recognise that the Tarkine provides benefits and opportunities that this region values and needs, with our challenge to secure as many of them as we can and ensure their sustainable coexistence. For each development or conservational proposal to be assessed on its own merits and impacts. For every user to act responsibly and the need for penalties for those who do not. The Tarkine provides benefits and opportunities that this region values and needs – our challenge is to secure as many of them as we can and ensure their sustainable coexistence.”

GENERAL MANAGER’S COMMENTS This item does not require qualified advice as per Section 65 of the Local Government Act 1993.

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PAGE 143 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 Mayor al R eport

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10.1 Mayor's Monthl y R eport

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MAYOR'S MONTHLY REPORT File: 22947 D282515

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Mayoral Report RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 5.3.2 Provide appropriate support to elected members to enable them to discharge their functions

Purpose To detail meetings and functions attended by the Mayor during the month of October, 2012.

BACKGROUND This report is provided by the Mayor to provide a list of meetings and functions attended by him for the month of October, 2012.

COMMENTARY

In his capacity as Mayor, Alderman Steve Martin attended the following meetings and functions during the month of October, 2012. Seniors Week: o

Devonport Bowls & Croquet Club – learn croquet

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Gateway Church – “I’ve Got Rhythm” music therapy

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Grandparents day – The Playhouse

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Kommunity Kids AFL Day – Pioneer Park Tasmanian Clothing Company Anvers Confectionery – opening of new atrium RPH Radio official launch for Devonport Citizenship Ceremony – 10 new Australian citizens Devonport Chaplaincy Celebrations Devonport Little Athletics Mersey Scouts Gala Day Devonport Orchid Society Devonport Soccer Club dinner ITEM 10.1


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Resident meetings Devonport Arboretum - Celebrate Trees in Spring Devonport/Latrobe Band practise David Sykes – Deligma (band) Brian Frankcombe Principal St. Brendan Shaw College – Mr Frank Pisano Devonport Community House 30th Birthday celebration Advocate interview 7AD Radio fortnightly interview Principal Don College – Mr John Thompson Nixon Street Primary School – launch Devonport Brass Band uniform competition Nitro Circus promotion TAS Adult Literacy Coalition - Lee Prince Robert Atkinson – Audit Committee Chairman Principal Devonport High School – Roger Eadie Bush Poets Breakfast Mayoral Challenge – Wynyard Wynyard Wharf development official opening Department of Premier and Cabinet Regional Workshop – Local government Adelaide Mushrooms – Adelaide Spreyton Cricket & Bowls Club Devonport Senior Citizen Club 48th birthday celebrations Devonport City Focus Group 26TEN Literacy Launch – LINC Devonport Tasmanian Life Long Learning General Manager’s Performance Review Committee Gran’s Van Volunteer appreciation evening Devonport RSL Sub Branch Annual Dinner

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS Mayoral expenses are costed to the general ledger account for Alderman Support and are listed in a separate report.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

It is believed there are no risks associated with this report.

CONCLUSION

Meetings and functions attended by the Mayor will be reported on a monthly basis.

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RECOMMENDATION That the report advising of the Mayor’s meetings and functions for the month of October, 2012 be received and noted.

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PAGE 146 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 Gener al M anager's R eports

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ELECTED MEMBERS EXPENDITURE REPORT File: 22947 D282516

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO General Manager RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 5.3.2 Provide appropriate support to elected members to enable them to discharge their functions

Purpose To detail expenditure of both the Mayor and Aldermen for the previous month.

BACKGROUND This report is in response to Council resolution 49/12 “That Council be provided with a specific monthly report in relation to expenditure incurred, in excess of statutory allowances, for both the Mayor and Aldermen.”

COMMENTARY

Expenditure processed in October: Mayor Steve Martin $ 41.05 $ 25.00 $ 30.00 $ 388.14

Mobile telephone expenses Morning tea – Keep Australia Beautiful Judging Mayor’s Donation – Devonport High School presentation evening Accommodation – LGAT General Meeting, Hobart

Aldermen $ 386.63 I-Pad monthly fee $2,454.54 Sister Cities Conference Registration fees (Ald Laycock, Hollister and Rockliff) Due to the timing of Credit Card statements and invoices, expenditure will be reported as and when the account is paid. Items in this report may relate to transactions that occurred in previous months.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS Mayoral expenses are costed to the general ledger account for Alderman Support and are listed in a separate report.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

It is believed there are no risks associated with this report.

CONCLUSION

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RECOMMENDATION That the report advising of Mayoral and Aldermanic Expenditure for the month of October, 2012 be received and the information noted.

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PAGE 148 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 11.2 Austr alian Sail Tr aini ng Ass oci ati on C onferenc e

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AUSTRALIAN SAIL TRAINING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE File: 22947 D283073

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO General Manager RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 5.3.2 Provide appropriate support to elected members to enable them to discharge their functions

PURPOSE To seek Council’s approval for Alderman Graham Kent to attend the Australian Sail Training Association (AUSTA) Operator’s Conference in Sydney on 30 November and 1 December 2012.

BACKGROUND AUSTA, of which Council is a member, is a voluntary organisation which aspires to: Promote, assist and support Australian/NZ ‘Sail Training’ Associations and tall ship operators in their endeavors; Be recognised in Australia and New Zealand as the organisation providing knowledge in the field of ‘Sail Training’ and ‘Sail Training’ events; Be the organisation which leads and contributes most, nationally to the development and promotion of ‘Sail Training’ for young people in Australia/NZ; and Be the organization that sets the standards in organisation races for ‘Sail Training’ tall ships The organisation’s website address is www.sailtrainingaustralia.com. The above Conference is an opportunity for Australian’s tall ships and sail training community to come together, network and share ideas for the improvement of the industry Australia-wide. The Conference commences on Friday evening 30 November 2012 with the Conference Dinner and the draft agenda for the Conference is set out below: 09:00 – 09:10 09:10 – 09:15 09:15 – 09:30 09:30 – 10:30 10:30 – 11:00 11:00 – 11:15 11:15 – 11:45 11:45 – 12:00 12:00 – 13:00

12:00 – 13:45 13:45 – 14:15 14:15 – 14:30

Welcome note and introduction Minutes of previous meeting Business Arising 2013 International fleet Review - Update Rig Asset Maintenance Morning tea Operators Report STI Report Tall Ship festival Activities and Lead In/Lead Out Events Sydney Melbourne Hobart Auckland Lunch Youth Forum AUSTRA Membership Initiatives ITEM 11.2


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14:30 – 15:30 15:30 – 16:30

Workshops Other Business

COMMENTARY As the “new kids on the block” in relation to this industry, attendance at the Conference is an opportunity to learn as much as possible in relation to its activities. AUSTA represents all Tall Ships in Australia and as such has a degree of influence with the political “powers-to-be”. Accordingly, it is an opportunity to find out as to Council’s eligibility for subsidies for youth training on the “Julie Burgess”. Alderman Kent has indicated that he is prepared to attend to represent Council.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS The cost of attendance will include airfares, accommodation, meals and registration. Council has an allocation of funds for Aldermen’s attendance at Conferences within its 2012/2013 budget. According to Council’s “Payment of Expenses and Provision of Facilities Policy” the attendance of an Alderman to an interstate Conference such as this is to be approved by Council resolution.

RISK IMPLICATIONS It is believed there are no risks associated with this report.

CONCLUSION It is recommended that Council approve Alderman Kent’s attendance at this Conference.

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RECOMMENDATION That Council approve Alderman Graham Kent’s attendance at the Australian Sail Training Association Conference to be held in Sydney from 30 November to 1 December 2012 and that expenses be paid in accordance with Council’s Policy.

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PAGE 150 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 Customers and Community R eports

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CUSTOMERS AND COMMUNITY REPORTS

12.1 Minutes of C ontrolli ng Authoriti es, Wor king Groups and Speci al C ommi ttee M eetings

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MINUTES OF CONTROLLING AUTHORITIES, WORKING GROUPS AND SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS File: 27670 D281191

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Customers and Community RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 5.3.4 Ensure effective administration and operation of Council’s committees

PURPOSE

To present the Minutes of Controlling Authorities, Working Groups and Special Committee Meetings managed by the Community Services Portfolio of Council.

BACKGROUND The relevant information specific to each Controlling Authority, Working Group and Special Committee is outlined in individual reports.

COMMENTARY The Minutes of the following Committee Meetings are attached: East Devonport Recreation Centre Special Advisory Committee Devonport Recreation Centre Special Committee Meercroft Park Special Advisory Committee Devonport Regional Gallery Special Committee Imaginarium Science Centre Special Committee Don Railway Special Committee Julie Burgess Trust Special Committee Building Families Special Committee Sister City Special Committee

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

The financial implications are outlined in individual reports and all are in accordance with existing budgets.

RISK IMPLICATIONS It is believed there are no risks associated with this report.

CONCLUSION The Controlling Authorities, Working Groups and Special Committees will continue to meet and provide Council with information and recommendations for community facilities and services.

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Unconfirmed Minutes of the Meercroft Park Special Advisory Committee - 16 October 2012 [File: 16726]

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Unconfirmed Minutes of the Don Railway Special Committee - 25 October 2012- [File: 13705]

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Unconfirmed Minutes of the Julie Burgess Trust Special Committee - 9 October 2012 [File 26965]

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Unconfirmed Minutes of the Building Families Special Committee - 17 October 2012 [File: 26402]

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MINUTES OF THE EAST DEVONPORT RECREATION CENTRE SPECIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE HELD AT THE EAST DEVONPORT RECREATION CENTRE ON TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER 2012, COMMENCING AT 12.30PM The chairperson welcomed special invited guest Louise Lesley from CLS. PRESENT Committee Members Wendy Dougan Chairperson Ald Peter Hollister Deputy Chairperson Ald Kent Bob Rodman East Devonport Badminton Club Gene Steward Devonport Volleyball Association Mick Reid Council Officers Glenda Steward Fabio Pizzirani

East Devonport Recreation Centre Officer (RO) Sport & Recreation Coordinator (SRC)

Invited Guest Louise Lesley

Choose Life Services (CLS)

APOLOGIES Evonne Ewins Stuart Jones Judy Munday Lorrine Heron

Assistant General Manager, Customers & Community (AGMCC) Marketing, Tourism & Recreation Manager (MTRM) Eastern Shore Community House

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REPORTS 3.1 East Devonport Badminton Club – Bob Rodman The winter roster has been run and won. The association held its annual dinner at the Argosy. The summer roster has begun with the association being down one team from previous roster. 3.2 Volleyball - Gene Steward Current roster running well. The association had four teams of mixed and one of women’s take part in the Tasmanian Masters titles coming away with third place in each division. We have ordered two loads of sand to be delivered to top up the beach courts prior to the season, at this time the court will be treaded and minor repairs done to the shade cloth. ITEM 12.1


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Eastern Shore Community House No Report

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Recreation Officer Since our last meeting extra happenings at the centre have included: Volleyball Tasmania – Tasmanian Masters 2012 Roller Derby DCC Immunisations DCC Micro Chipping Thermo Mix Australia Start of Indoor Futsal Roster Attended Senior Expo (to promote our recreation centres Ro & Utilities Officer attended snake handling training

Volley

Happenings prior to next meeting: Emergency Evacuation training for centre’s staff Polytechnic Career Expo DCC Immunisations RO at chemwatch training Food Safe training for all staff Takewondo grading Community House Melbourne Cup function Synectic Accounting brainstorming & bowls All Stars Gymnastics’ 3.5

Safety Report No incidents from our facility

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OH&S With October being safety month there are various training opportunities for all council staff. Council registered 11 incidents since our last meeting all being low risk with the exception of one which was that of council’s dog ranger who received a nasty bite to his fingers while trying to secure a dog. A reminder to all that our goal is zero harm, so if it’s not safe make it safe.

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Marketing, Tourism & Recreation Manager Nil.

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Sport & Recreation Coordinator SRC informed the meeting about the tables for Don Hall as well as the up grade for the Rodman Room which was requested by the health department re: immunisations. All reports being accepted Bob Rodman / Mick Reid

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BUSINESS ON NOTICE Louise Lesley from CLS Louise gave an in-depth over view of what CLS offer’s council staff and their immediate family members. Louise will attend the next meeting and will be available to answer any questions.

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GENERAL BUSINESS 5.1 Recreation Officer As always a special thanks to our volunteers. We have had a couple of them away sick, so we are glad to hear that both Bob and Vic are on the mend. Our new safety ladder has arrived. As stated October is safety month which saw some council staff including our Utilities Officer & the RO take part in the snake handling training this morning. This Thursday the centre’s staff and some of its volunteers will take part in emergency evacuation training, while on the 23rd the RO will take part in chemwatch training. Air Lock will be installed as per Council’s capital works program; the project is listed for completion by March 2013. The stadium will be out from 18 December 2012 till the 17 February 2013. (if all goes well we may be able to use it a week earlier)

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NEXT MEETING The next meeting of the committee will be the AGM followed by our regular committee meeting to be held on Tuesday, 11 December 2012 at 12.30pm (please allow 2 hours for these meetings) These meetings will also include Christmas lunch. Please ensure for RSVP. (no booking, no lunch) Meeting closed: 1.10pm

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MINUTES OF THE DEVONPORT RECREATION CENTRE SPECIAL COMMITTEE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS ON TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER 2012 COMMENCING AT 5.15PM PRESENT Committee Members Matthew Cock Bob Jago David Cole Ken Mason Kim Robinson

Chairman Deputy Chairman Independent Table Tennis Basketball (DBC)

Council Officers Fabio Pizzirani

Sports & Recreation Coordinator (SRC)

APOLOGIES Ald Leon Perry Ald Justine Keay Sam Lawrence Bruce Robinson Kate Beer Rick Forth

Sports and Leisure Officer (SLO) Independent Devonport Community House Independent

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CONFIRMATION OF PREVIOUS MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the minutes of the previous meeting be received and noted. D. Cole/K. Mason

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Strategic Sport and Recreation Special Committee (SSRSC) Mathew Cock gave a report on the inaugural meeting of the SSRSC which was held on the 20th of September 2012.

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Accommodation Units Kim Robinson provided an update on the accommodation units. Kim Robinson will be meeting with Anglicare to prepare a report to Council. The project has stalled until additional funds are sought. Repair to doors in squash courts Ken Mason advised that the new doors in squash courts 6, 7 and 8 will be painted (completed) in December. Need to wait for warmer weather for paint to adhere. Cleaning equipment SRC confirmed that the cleaning equipment used by the contractor is owned by the company not Council. Security codes to Playhouse SRC advised that there are 10 spaces available in the security alarm system for use by volunteers of the Playhouse. SRC to contact Kate Beer

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CLUB REPORTS 4.1 Basketball Kim Robinson reported that the Devonport Basketball Council (DBC) has secured an additional court at the Latrobe Basketball Stadium, as the Devonport Stadium is at capacity. The additional court at Latrobe will assist with demand in both senior and junior rosters. There are 47 teams competing at the Devonport Stadium on a Monday night, several teams had to be turned away due to insufficient court space. 4.2

Squash The current roster/pennant runs until 1 December, 2012 and resumes in February 2013. The annual Open Squash Tournament will be held 26 to 28 October, 2012.

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Table Tennis Due to the increase in demand for the sport, Ken Mason requested the use of an extra squash court (number 5 court), when the next roster commences in February 2013. The committee supported the request provided the Table Tennis Club liaises with the Racquetball Club regarding availability.

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Gymnastics Nil

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The Playhouse Nil

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FINANCIAL REPORT The Financial Report was presented by SRC.

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RECREATION OFFICERS REPORT Recreation Officer’s report to be emailed to the committee on her return from annual leave, week commencing 15 October 2012.

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Capital Works – upgrade to lighting in stadium Ken Mason enquired as to when the second stage of the upgrade to the stadium lighting will be completed. SRC to follow up.

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New scoreboard – Youth Centre Kim Robinson advised that a member of the DBC has sourced a new scoreboard for the Youth Centre. The DBC has also been offered free freight from the mainland. Kim requested that Council provide the necessary funds to purchase and install the scoreboard, approximately $2,000. SRC to follow up.

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Light Meters There was some discussion regarding the current light meter charging system. All users, in particular the DBC expressed frustration and the inconvenience caused by the current $1 coin fed machine system. SRC to investigate other options and report back to the Committee.

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User Register Mathew Cock suggested that it may be beneficial if the SRC investigate the possibility of creating a database/register of all users at the DRC which should include membership fees, other charges, club contact details, rosters and a calendar of events. Mathew went on to explain that the register would assist the committee in benchmarking our facility against others in our region.

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Online Player Registration Kim Robinson advised that the DBC have purchased an online registration system that allows players/families to register on line and also provides the club with reports and participation data. Kim invited committee members to contact her if they require further information.

NEXT MEETING Tuesday, 11 December, 2012 at 5.15pm. Meeting closed: 6.45pm

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MINUTES OF THE MEERCROFT PARK SPECIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE HELD IN THE COUNCIL COMMITTEE ROOMS ON TUESDAY 16 OCTOBER 2012 COMMENCING AT 5.00PM PRESENT Committee Members Ald Annette Rockliff Ald Brian Cole David DeCani Colin Emmett

Chairperson Devonport Touch Association North West Hockey Centre

Council Officer Fabio Pizzirani Kylie Lunson

Sports & Recreation Coordinator (SRC) Operations Manager (OM)

APOLOGIES Darren Saggers Doug Clark Marlene Crabtree Julie Woodberry

Devonport Touch Association North West Hockey Centre Devonport Junior Soccer North West Hockey Centre

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CONFIRMATION OF PREVIOUS MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the previous minutes of the meeting held 21 August 2012 be received and noted. C. Emmett/D. Decani

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BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES 2.1 North West Hockey Centre The Cradle Mountain Water account has now been remitted. The matter is now resolved. 2.2

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North West Hockey Centre Lease Council has issued a 12 month lease. The North West Hockey Centre has been advised.

CLUB REPORTS 3.1

Devonport Junior Soccer Association Application for funding for the verandah has been submitted to the Tasmanian Community Fund.

3.2

Devonport Touch Football Association The season commenced last week with 54 junior and 34 senior teams participating. David Decani thanked the Operations Staff for the line marking and ground preparation.

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North West Hockey Association Coastal roster finished. Summer roster will start next month. The Association plan to do a repair job on the hockey ground surface in an effort to get at least one

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more season from the current surface. Funding opportunities for re-surfacing the hockey surface are being investigated by the Association. The lease with Council has been received and will be signed and returned to Council.

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Devonport Surf Club Nil.

GENERAL BUSINESS 4.1

Additional Parking OM advised that there was a workshop with Aldermen regarding the additional parking. A decision is pending from the Aldermen.

4.2

Budget 2012/13 SRC advised that the project to upgrade amenities at Meercroft will start in the early 2013, waiting on an outcome from the Junior Soccer Associations application for funding to the Tasmanian Community Fund.

4.3

OM asked for items to be considered in the 2013/14: Recoating of exposed beams in the NWHC building; Upgrade existing car park parking angles to increase capacity slightly; Pedestrian access within the carpark.

5.0

NEXT MEETING Tuesday 18 December 2012 at 5.00pm

Meeting closed: 5.35pm

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PAGE 160 Unconfirmed Minutes of the Devonport Regional Gallery Special Committee - 10 October 2012 [File: 25877]

ATTACHMENT [4]

MINUTES OF THE DEVONPORT REGIONAL GALLERY SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETING HELD AT THE DEVONPORT REGIONAL GALLERY ON WEDNESDAY, 10 OCTOBER 2012 AT 5:40PM PRESENT Committee Members Josephine Kelly, Chair Ald Hollister Ald Jarman Adam Gowans Belinda Gunson Alister McCrae Council Officers Carol Bryant Ellie Ray

Sustainable Communities Manager Gallery Director

APOLOGIES Vivienne Breheney, Ald Cole, Katrine Elliott (absent) 1.0

CONFIRMATION OF PREVIOUS MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the Minutes of the Devonport Regional Gallery Special Committee meeting held 29 August 2012 be received and noted. A. Gowans/B. Gunson CARRIED

3.0

MATTERS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES Nil

4.0

CORRESPONDENCE 4.1

In Tas Alkaloids has provided $1000 in sponsorship towards Tidal public program.

4.2

Out Nil

Ald Hollister/Ald Jarman

CARRIED

5.0

GALLERY REPORT The Gallery Director tabled the Gallery Report. Items to note include the current exhibition by Alexia Sinclair Homage ACP Touring exhibition attended by over 3000 visitors to date, and the Open Late event celebrating the Gallery’s 28 years in Stewart St. The Report was accepted by the Committee. A. McCrae/B. Gunson CARRIED

6.0

GENERAL BUSINESS 6.1

Tidal The Award judges have selected 27 finalists who are named on the Gallery’s facebook page. The event program is being developed. The exhibition opens Thursday 6 December, 6.30pm, 2012. ITEM 12.1


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7.0

ATTACHMENT [4]

Marketing The Committee discussed new ideas to be added to the marketing opportunities list.

OTHER BUSINESS 7.1 Art Work Donation The Director has been approached by Tasmanian artist Kerry Martin to gauge interest in receiving and/or purchasing a number of works. The works meet the acquisition criteria as outlined in the Council’s Art Collection Policy. The Committee agreed that further investigation was required by the Director in selecting two donated works with the possibility to purchase one work, subject to future funding. 7.2 Staffing Changes The Director position will reduce to part-time, with the appointment of a parttime curator to manage the permanent art collection. 7.3 Sponsorship Ald Hollister to investigate possible sponsorship opportunities with Dulverton Waste Management.

8.0

NEXT MEETING Tuesday, 27 November 2012 at 5:30pm at the Gallery.

Meeting Closed at 6:50pm

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PAGE 162 Unconfirmed Minutes of the Imaginarium Science Centre Special Committee - 8 October 2012 [File: 24745]

ATTACHMENT [5]

UNCONFIRMED MINUTES OF THE IMAGINARIUM SCIENCE CENTRE SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETING HELD AT PANDEMONIUM ON MONDAY 8 OCTOBER 2012 COMMENCING AT 8.05AM PRESENT Committee Members Ald Grant Goodwin Shane Pinner Emma McMahon Kylie Waters Grant Astell

Devonport City Council, Acting Chair Skills Institute Youth representative Department of Education Guest – Pandemonium (Tas) Pty Ltd

Council Representatives Carol Bryant

Sustainable Communities Manager

APOLOGIES Steve Bramich Ald Justine Keay Amanda Wilson

Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry Devonport City Council Cradle Coast Authority

1.0

CONFIRMATION OF PREVIOUS MINUTES Held over to the next meeting.

2.0

GENERAL BUSINESS 2.1

Pandemonium KPIs G. Astell presented Pandemonium’s third quarter report for 2012 outlining key performance measures for the Imaginarium Science Centre. The focus has been on delivering learning shows and smaller exhibitions, one of the Centre’s best quarters to date. Committee discussed freight sponsorship opportunities. E. McMahon departed 8.20am G. Astell departed 8.40am The Committee discussed the need for Pandemonium to be more accountable to the key performance indicators suggesting they would still like to see an action plan developed with outputs to be reported quarterly.

3.0

OTHER BUSINESS 3.1

4.0

Partnership Opportunities Committee members discussed possible opportunities with TasTafe for vocational education and training, once established.

NEXT MEETING December 2012, date to be advised.

Meeting closed: 9.00am

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PAGE 163 Unconfirmed Minutes of the Don Railway Special Committee - 25 October 2012- [File: 13705]

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UNCONFIRMED MINUTES OF THE DON RAILWAY SPECIAL COMMITTEE (DRSC) HELD AT DON RIVER RAILWAY ON THURSDAY 25 OCTOBER 2012 COMMENCING AT 1PM PRESENT Committee Members Ald Lynn Laycock Chairperson Ald Grant Goodwin Ald Alison Jarman Ald Graham Kent Bill Housego Darren Lawson Glen Stewart Warren Woodberry

Don River Railway Don River Railway Don River Railway Don River Railway

Council Officers Evonne Ewins Lester Jackson April Nelson

Assistant General Manager, Customers & Community (AGMCC) Community Partnerships Manager Executive Assistant, Customers & Community

Invited Ian Waller

Cradle Coast Authority

APOLOGIES Ald Grant Goodwin Ald Alison Jarman Bill Housego Darren Lawson Lester Jackson Ian Waller 1.0

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the previous minutes of the meeting held 27 September 2012 be received and noted. Moved: G. Kent/G. Stewart

2.0

CARRIED

BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES 2.1 Warren had contacted Tasmanian Community Resources and received a reply, a meeting date is to be set. 2.2

No feedback had been received on the Strategic Plan. A request was made for the Don Railway Special Committee (DRSC) to be able to review the plan at the next meeting to determine a focus, direction and clear priorities.

Actions Warren Woodberry to contact the Don River Railway (DRR) Volunteers involved with the Strategic Plan review to request their assistance with providing feedback prior to the DRSC Meeting, 22 November 2012

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2.3

ATTACHMENT [6]

No response has been received from Burnie Council to either DRR or Devonport Council concerning the Burnie Rail Cars. An email response from Ian Waller was tabled in his absence: “I have spoken to BCC and they have issued an expression of interest process for the purchase of these carriages (damaged or not) and DRR have submitted an EOI. From my discussions DRR do not have a first right of refusal for this rolling stock.” (sic).

Actions Devonport Council will send a follow up letter to their original letter of support to Burnie Council. 2.4

A draft letter was tabled for approval prior to being dispatched to Tas Rail. Warren tabled a letter of concern from DRR, (copy attached to the minutes). The concerns in the letter were noted. The reason for establishing the DRSC was never to be involved in the operational running of the DRR.

Actions Warren and Glen read and approved the contents of the draft letter to Tas Rail and it will be addressed to Mr Damian White, Tas Rail CEO. 2.5

The damaged railing outside the front gate at DRR has been repaired. Thanks to those involved.

2.6

Due to the absence of Bill Housego (DRR President) it was decided to hold over the endorsement of the Terms of Reference until the November meeting to give Bill time to respond.

Actions Terms of Reference to be endorsed at the November meeting after a response is received from Bill Housego 3.0

KEY MILESTONES – (TABLE FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES)

Description

Target Date

Comments

Completion of the Strategic Plan

November 2012

DRSC to review the plan to determine a focus, direction and clear priorities

December 2012

DRR are reviewing the 2009-2011 Strategic Plan

4.0

REPORT FROM DON RIVER RAILWAY 4.1 “Thomas” in the shed being restored with the intention of having it operating early next year. Strict licensing guidelines to adhere to – Haven License. 4.2

The railcar motor took 1.5 months to complete due to having to seek specialized volunteer skills and labour from the George Town area. Current volunteer numbers negligible for both the workshop and retail.

4.3

Visitor numbers are fluctuating but that could be due to not running the steam engine. It is hoped the steam engine will be operating again by the Xmas holidays. Requires a boiler inspection which can take 4-6 weeks to organize. ITEM 12.1


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ATTACHMENT [6]

Attended the Seniors Expo and fielded a number of enquiries.

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 5.1 DRR had previously been requested to provide a copy of their financial statements as part of the last grant submission process. Actions Warren Woodberry agreed to provide a copy of the DRR 2012 financials when received. April to follow up on the Community Small Grant approval.

6.0

VOLUNTEER NUMBERS AND TRADES 6.1 Volunteer numbers and specifically for required trade skills is low. Need to look at ways of promoting and awareness to increase numbers. Actions DRR Volunteer flyer to be retyped for distribution. Lynn Laycock to discuss with the City Focus and Marketing Group

7.0

GENERAL BUSINESS 7.1 Spirit of Tasmania – Cruising Tasmania Promotional Booklet DRR applied for a copy of the Spirit of Tasmania, Cruising Tasmania Promotional Booklet. Other meeting members were unaware of the booklet. Actions DRR Volunteer flyer to be retyped for distribution. 7.2

DRR Committees Warren advised of the other DRR Committees and their role: Future Directions Committee – looking long term as a nationally recognised museum. Workshop Committee – looking at increasing productivity

7.3

8.0

Event Assistance If DRR have an event or organise or run approach Council as they may be able to provide in kind assistance, e.g. marketing, incorporation into the school holiday programme.

NEXT MEETING To be held at Devonport Committee Rooms, Thursday 22 November 2012 at 1pm. Please advise April prior to the meeting if parking permits are required for the Rooke St carpark.

Meeting closed: 2.00pm

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PAGE 166 Unconfirmed Minutes of the Julie Burgess Trust Special Committee - 9 October 2012 [File 26965]

ATTACHMENT [7]

UNCONFIRMED MINUTES OF THE JULIE BURGESS TRUST SPECIAL COMMITTEE HELD AT THE DEVONPORT CITY INTERNAL MEETING ROOM ON TUESDAY 9 OCTOBER 2012 COMMENCING AT 5PM PRESENT Committee Members Ald Graham Kent David Kent Ian Martin Peter Higgins Tim Gott

Devonport City Council Community Member Community Member Chairman Community Member

Council Officers Margaret Griggs Lester Jackson

Project Officer Community Partnerships Manager (CPM)

APOLOGIES Ald Grant Goodwin

Devonport City Council

1.0

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the previous minutes of the meeting held 18 September 2012 be received and noted. I. Martin/D. Kent

2.0

CARRIED

BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES 2.1

Booklet – contacts. T. Gott circulated the final mock up of the booklet. Discussion followed on price and distribution strategies. Action: T. Gott to seek further information and confirmation re numbers and costs for the next meeting.

2.2

Australian Wooden Boat Festival (AWBF) G. Kent confirmed that the proposed berth is not suitable. Members will investigate alternative arrangements and then approach the AWBF committee. Preliminary discussion on crewing arrangements followed. It was resolved that there be a minimum of six paying passengers each way at a cost of $1200 per person. Expressions of interest will be sought.

2.3

Disability Access Assessment Michael Small Consulting Appraisal Report received and copies distributed to members in preparation for discussion at the next meeting.

2.4

Ulverstone Wharf Development Celebrations It has been confirmed with K. Gillard of Central Coast Council that the Julie Burgess will be attending providing the weather is not an issue. A donation of $500 towards costs will be received. Committee members will visit closer to the date to consider mooring options and any fundraising activities.

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ATTACHMENT [7]

GENERAL BUSINESS 3.1

Conservation. No progress to report.

3.2

Restoration Plan. a) Fit Out. Timber Work will be finished by the end of the week and volunteers will then move to finishing off some minor work above deck in readiness for slipping at the end of the month. b) Ballast. Additional lead has been purchased. c) Electrics. Minor work being progressed towards completion. d) Maintenance Schedule. No progress to report. e) Operations Manual. Amending as required. f) Survey Requirements. Major items have been purchased.

3.3

Marketing Strategy/Business Plan 3.3.1 Jaffa Interpretation/ Groupwork Pty. Ltd. The CPM advised that he is working with L. Kelly of JAFFA.

3.4

Julie Burgess Project Coordination 3.4.1 Financials. Financial reports were distributed. 3.4.2 Crew. First session will be held Sunday October 14. Documentation has been distributed. Training sessions will be conducted by G. Kent and P. Higgins. Next Australian Maritime College course will be held in November and four crew members will attend. Crew members are to be reminded that copies of their qualifications are required for our records. 3.4.3 Volunteers. Assistance is still required for rigging and will be discussed at the training session. 3.4.4 Employment Strategies. Project Officer reminded members that we continue to identify opportunities. 3.4.5 Pontoon. G. Angilley of Tas Consulting Service has granted an extension for adjustments to the supporting structure and a letter will be received shortly. G. Angilley will also provide a replacement value for the pontoon as requested. 3.4.6 Publicity. a)

General:

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 Following attendance at the Ulverstone Wharf Development Celebrations the Julie Burgess will commence doing some regular trips for both paying passengers and crew training. b)

Documentary: No progress to report.

3.4.7 Website. The Project Officer reported that the number of hits have been down recently. 3.4.8 Support/ Thank you Letters. Project Officer confirmed that letters and certificates had been sent. 3.4.9 History. G. Kent intends to meet with 3 former crew members to record some of their recollections. Project Officer advised that Administration trainee is attending training on oral histories in Launceston later this month which may be of assistance. 3.4.10 Other Funding. No progress to report. 3.4.11 Funding Agreement Milestones. Acquittal process has commenced. 4.0

OTHER BUSINESS 4.1

Enquiries. Project Officer advised members of enquiries that have been received regarding the Julie Burgess attending events and for tours of the ketch by organisations and school groups. A calendar is being created and will be circulated at each meeting.

5.0

AGENDA ITEMS FOR NEXT MEETING Nil

6.0

NEXT MEETING Tuesday 13 November at 5pm at the Devonport City Council Internal Meeting Room. Meeting closed at 6.45pm.

ITEM 12.1


PAGE 169 Unconfirmed Minutes of the Building Families Special Committee - 17 October 2012 [File: 26402]

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MINUTES OF THE BUILDING FAMILIES SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETING AT DEVONPORT PLAYHOUSE, CNR FORBES & CHARLES ST 17 OCTOBER 2012, COMMENCING AT 3.30 PM PRESENT Committee Members Kate Beer Simon Douglas Katrina O’Malley Olivia Ally Smith Julie Milnes Claire Williams Alanna Hartog Jenny Mountney Emma Oakley Jilly Cole Margaret Grundy

Devonport Community House (DCH) The Playhouse (DCH) Mission Australia Polytechnic (placement student with Mission) Centacare DHHS Anglicare (KIDS) Eastern Shore Community House East Devonport Child & Family Centre Anglicare (NESTS) Devonport LINC Migrant Resource Centre

Council Representatives Ald Annette Rockliff (Chair) Ald Justine Keay Damian Collins

Devonport City Council Devonport City Council Community Development Officer

APOLOGIES Ald Steve Martin (Mayor) Rachel Turner

Devonport City Council Youth and Family Focus

1.0

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the minutes of the previous meeting held 22 August 2012 be received and noted. S. Douglas/K. O’Malley

2.0

CARRIED

BUSINESS ARISING 2.1

First Aid Program for Young Mums St John can offer a one hour basic first aid for new borns for $100. It was described by St John as a very basic introduction course. The course can be run for groups of to twenty.

2.2

Coordination of Events Following a discussion last meeting it was decided that when planning events (especially for themed weeks, e.g. Families Week, Fathers Day) that services are encouraged to email their events to Council’s Community Development staff when they are in the planning stages. Details will then be forwarded to Committee members so we can avoid planning similar events on the same day. Council’s Community Development Officer will email all explaining the process.

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ATTACHMENT [8]

INFORMATION SHARING 3.1

Centacare Ally Smith has been at Centacare for approximately eight weeks. Centacare offer counselling and remediation and is free for pensioners and health care card holders and others are charged on a sliding scale.

3.2

Anglicare (KIDS) 123 Magic starts tomorrow with 15 families enrolled. KIDS have lots of clients at the moment.

3.3

Devonport Community House Have upcoming Social Circus workshops available for adults and children. The House had a very successful 30th birthday celebration on 10 October. Council will commence work on half basketball court in Chichester Park in approximately six weeks when the ground has dried out.

3.4

Eastern Shore Community House Kids in the garden program has recently commenced. Kommunity Kids numbers are improving as the weather warms up.

3.5

Devonport Playhouse Kidsafe Day on 23 October will be celebrated with Tas Fire in attendance. A Teddy Bears picnic will be held on 25 October. Planning for one or maybe two Christmas parties in mid-December. The Playhouse has been able to purchase some new equipment thanks to the Premier’s discretionary fund.

3.6 Ald Rockliff Choose Life Services are running an ASSIST workshop through the Migrant Resource Centre in Launceston on 15 & 16 November. Have starting planning for ‘Christmas in the East’ on Saturday 8 December, 47pm at Pioneer Park. 3.7 Devonport City Council There are plenty of free ‘learn to skateboard’ workshops coming up at both skate parks. Council is planning the January school holiday program, and is open to working with anyone interested. Copies of the Devonport Childcare & Play Booklet are available should any organisations want some. 3.8

East Devonport Child & Family Centre Have just commenced a ‘Dad’s Playgroup’ on Saturday mornings.

3.9

Anglicare (NESTS) Anglicare (NESTS) have requested to have some funds allocated towards community education. They are presenting at the ‘Communities for Children’ conference in Launceston.

3.10 Mission Australia Mission Australia has recently had a lot of staff turnover. 3.11 Devonport LINC Over 300 kids attended a visit from the ‘Cranky Bear’ author. Currently have a science exhibition till 5 November that has been very popular with students.

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3.12 Migrant Resource Centre The Migrant Resource Centre is about to change its delivery model to be based more in the community. Margaret’s schedule on the NW is now: Tuesdays – Burnie Centrelink, Wednesdays – Devonport Community House, Fridays – Burnie Community House. 4.0

PRIORITIES FOR 2012 4.1

National Year of Reading The LINC has been very busy with events and programs throughout the year and is now looking at how to keep this momentum going.

4.2

Nutrition In Summary for 2012 a lot of priority has been given (by Building Families members) to programs and education around both growing and cooking healthy food.

4.3

Focus on Men’s Roles The Playhouse has struggled with numbers at its Dad’s playgroup.

4.4

Driveway Safety for Children This is an ongoing project. Ald Keay has a recent report with helpful statistics.

5.0

OTHER BUSINESS Nil

7.0

NEXT MEETING Wednesday 12 December, 3.30pm, The Zone (64 Stewart St, Devonport). This meeting is an end of year Christmas celebration to be catered by The Zone and to start discussing Priority Areas for 2013.

Meeting closed 4.38pm

ITEM 12.1


PAGE 172 Unconfirmed Minutes of the Sister City Special Committee - 1 November 2012 [File: 26433]

ATTACHMENT [9]

MINUTES OF THE DEVONPORT SISTER CITY SPECIAL COMMITTEE MEETING HELD IN THE COUNCIL COMMITTEE ROOMS ON 1 NOVEMBER 2012 COMMENCING AT 11.00AM PRESENT Committee Members Ald Peter Hollister Ald Annette Rockliff Alida Beattie (Chair) Lillian Hay Annette Frewin

Devonport City Council Devonport City Council Devonport Sister City Association Devonport Sister City Association Devonport Sister City Association

Council Officers Carol Bryant Sarah Masters

Sustainable Communities Manager Community Services Administration Officer

APOLOGIES Joan Andrews

Devonport Sister City Association

1.0

CONFIRMATION OF MINUTES The Committee recommends to Council that the previous minutes of the Devonport Sister City Special Committee meeting, held 20 April 2012 be received and noted. A. Frewin/Ald Hollister

CARRIED

2.0

BUSINESS ARISING FROM PREVIOUS MINUTES Nil

3.0

GENERAL BUSINESS 3.1

Sister Cities Australia Annual Conference 3.1.1 Sponsorship $5,000 has been received from CLAIR (Japan Local Government Centre, Sydney). Latrobe Council has provided a subsidy on the hire of Camp Banksia. The Federal Group donated registration prizes to the total value of approximately $1,500 and Avis are donating use of a vehicle. 3.1.2 School Involvement Devonport High School will be catering, weather permitting, for lunch on Monday, 12 November in Roundhouse Park. St Brendan Shaw College will be performing at the Gala dinner. Schools were also involved in the placement project. The placements will be used at the Social Dinner. 3.1.3 Program Update Council’s Sustainable Communities Manager went through the adult and youth programs, the social program and budget. 3.1.4 Registrations Registrations are progressing well. There are currently 51 adults and 4 accompanying partners. At least 12 more people will register before the closing date of 6 November. There are 15 youth delegates registered. 3.1.5 Merchandise All merchandise has now been ordered. ITEM 12.1


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3.1.6 Conference Banners All Committee Members were happy with the conference banner. Alida Beattie will arrange to have the Sister Cities Association Banner brought from the Devonport Library to the Devonport Entertainment and Convention Centre for the conference. 3.2

Sister Cities Association The Association did not hold a meeting in April due to Easter. Their guest speakers have been: In May, Bob Vellacott, 2012 Citizen of the Year; In June, Kel Lewis, a merchant seaman with CSIRO Marine Services on the ship the Southern Surveyor; In July the Association celebrated Sister Cities Australia with a meal and a toast by President Alida Beattie; In August, Marlene James reported on her overseas holiday; In September, Bruce and Alida Beattie reported on their trip to Alice Springs and surrounds and onto Darwin; In October a short meeting was held followed by a working bee for the placemat project. The Association also has a display at the Devonport Entertainment and Convention Centre for the Sister Cities Conference. On behalf of the Sister Cities Association, Alida Beattie thanked Council staff for their efforts in organising the conference.

4.0

NEXT MEETING TBA

Meeting closed at 12.05pm.

ITEM 12.1


PAGE 174 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 12.2 Free Par ki ng in C ouncil C ar Par ks for D ecember 2012

12.2

FREE PARKING IN COUNCIL CAR PARKS FOR DECEMBER 2012 File: 13264 D282504

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Customers and Community RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 3.1.1 Market and promote the City and its potential as a Regional business hub

PURPOSE To seek Council support of a request from Devonport Chamber of Commerce and Industry (the Chamber) to remove car park fess in all Council managed car parks from 9.00am to 10.00am each Saturday during the month of December 2012.

BACKGROUND The Chamber’s Retail Subcommittee members met with Council Officers on 18 October 2012 to discuss initiatives by retailers to help increase their turnover during the current economic downturn. The Chamber has been active and has received agreement from retailers to stay open longer throughout December, to drive economic development, and attract people to Devonport.

COMMENTARY

In order to assist the work of the Chamber in this regard, they have requested Council give consideration to remove the fees applicable to Council carparks from 9:00am to 10:00am on Saturday mornings during the month of December 2012. It is proposed that the removal of fees during this period would be supported by print and radio media, in order to generate positive foot traffic and revenue potential for the business sector.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

The financial implications of the removal of car park fees from 9:00am to 10:00am during December include: Projected revenue projection for parking meters is $2,000 per Saturday. Projected revenue projection for car parks per Saturday is $150 Projected revenue projection for parking infringements per Saturday is $340 The estimated percentage of infringements incurred in car parks is 10%. Based upon the revenue projections and historical coin collection data, the financial impact to remove car park fees from 9am to 10am each Saturday during December 2012 would be $920 in total.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

Financial There is a minor risk to Council’s 2012/2013 Budget as this income has been budgeted for. Communication/Reputation ITEM 12.2


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There is a minor risk to Council’s reputation should it decide not to approve this request.

CONCLUSION The removal of parking fees in all Council car parks from 9:00am to 10:00am each Saturday during December 2012 would have minimal financial impact upon Council revenue. The removal however, would provide a positive impact to the retail and business community, during the busiest shopping period of the year and show Council in a positive light.

ATTACHMENTS Nil Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That Council remove parking fees in all Council car parks from 9:00am to 10:00am every Saturday for the month of December 2012.

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PAGE 176 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 Tec hnic al and Fi nanc e R eports

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TECHNICAL AND FINANCE REPORTS

13.1 Solar Power ed Compactor Rubbish Bi ns

13.1

SOLAR POWERED COMPACTOR RUBBISH BINS File: 16964 D275588

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 1.4.1 Promote recycling, reuse and minimisation of waste materials within Council, to the community and businesses

Purpose To report back to Council of the outcomes from the investigations into the merits of Solar Powered Compactor Rubbish Bins and to seek Council approval to proceed with a trial for Solar Powered Compactor Rubbish Bins at the Bluff.

BACKGROUND

Council resolved (res. no. 73/12) to: ‘contact the Clarence City Council in order to obtain results of their trial of the Big belly Solar Bins and if successful, this Council investigate the merits of having a similar trial of such bins at the Bluff precinct with a view to replacing bins in strategic locations with these compactor bins.’

COMMENTARY Council Officers contacted Clarence City Council regarding their trial of Big Belly Solar Bins and visited Clarence to review the success of their trial. Upon visiting the various sites with staff from Clarence City Council, it became obvious that very little follow-up had been done since the bins were first installed. In some instances the bins were not working at the time. However this visit did highlight some of the possible advantages that the bins could provide to the Devonport Municipality in certain locations. The manufacturer of the bins claims that they have three times the capacity of existing bins, hence possible savings and efficiencies in emptying the bins less frequently. Since the visit to Clarence, Officers have been successful in securing a grant from Keep Australia Beautiful Tasmania to fund the purchase of two Solar Powered Compactor Bins. By conducting a trial in two carefully selected sites Council will be able to determine if this type of bin does deliver on the claims by the manufacturer. Consultation with the Council’s Waste Management Staff has confirmed that the two locations at the Bluff that the current bin capacity is inadequate are adjacent to the children’s play area and at the carpark adjacent to the lighthouse.

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The following photo shows the type of bin that would be trialled at the Bluff.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

The only cost to Council to participant in the trial is the cost to install the bins as the approved grant from Keep Australia Beautiful Tasmania for $6,160 (gst inclusive) will fund the purchase of two Solar Powered Compactor Rubbish Bins. The cost to install the trial rubbish bins will be allocated for from the adopted Operational Budget.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

Occupational Health and Safety Less frequent emptying of bins would reduce the risk of injuries to staff from empting rubbish bins with excessive garbage. Political/Governance Council has received backlash from the community since the opening of the Bluff Redevelopment based on lack of capacity of the installed rubbish bins. Environmental/Public Health Reducing the possibility of overflowing rubbish bins will reduce the risk of injury or illness to the public from excessive garbage overflowing from bin surrounds. Communication/Reputation Trial will be promoted through the media.

CONCLUSION Council progress with a trial of Solar Powered Compactor Rubbish Bins at the Bluff, utilising grant funding from Keep Australia Beautiful Tasmanian to purchase the bins.

ATTACHMENTS Nil Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That Council proceed with a trial of two Solar Powered Compactor Rubbish Bins to be located at the Bluff adjacent to the children’s play area and the lighthouse.

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PAGE 178 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 13.2 Finance Repor t for October 2012

13.2

FINANCE REPORT FOR OCTOBER 2012 File: 26544 D280675

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 5.5.1 Provide financial services to support Council's operations and meet reporting and accountability requirements

Purpose To report the details of Council’s financial position and operational outcomes against budget for the current financial year.

BACKGROUND

Monthly financial reports are provided to Council for information.

COMMENTARY

The attached report provides an overview of Council’s financial position and year to date operating result as of 31 October 2012. Included in the report are the following: Financial Summary – This report provides an overview of Council’s Operational and Capital Income and Expenditure, along with details on cash position and Debtors information for the reporting period. Summarised Operating Report – This report provides a summary of operational income and expenditure for the period to date compared to both the YTD Budget and Annual Budget. Financial Charts – These charts provide a visual representation of year to date Income and Expenditure compared to budget and prior year, plus a Capital Expenditure chart which demonstrates the progress of the current year capital plan against budget and prior year capital plan information for reference. Balance Sheet Report – This report provides a snapshot of Council’s financial position at the end of the reporting period. Capital Expenditure Report – This report provides a list of all approved capital expenditure projects with the allocated budget, YTD expenditure and forecast expenditure including commentary in relation to budget variances, as well as whole of project budget and cost for those projects which span more than one financial year.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS There are no financial implications arising from the presentation of this report. The report is provided for the information of Aldermen.

RISK IMPLICATIONS Financial Risks

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In relation to item 42 of Council’s Risk Register for Financial Risks: “Inaccurate information provided to decision makers could lead to misguided or inappropriate decisions being made.”

CONCLUSION

The following report provides an overview of Council’s operating result and financial position at the end of the reporting period.

ATTACHMENTS 1.

26544 ca 19 November 2012 Finance Report Attachment

2.

26544 ca 19 November 2012 Finance Report Attachment 2 Capital Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That the Finance Report for October 2012 be noted.

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ATTACHMENT [1]

FINANCIAL SUMMARY

YTD to October 2012

Operating Summary

YTD Budget

Actual

Revenue Expenditure

27,450,354 12,251,766

27,585,149 11,689,450

Operating Position

15,198,589

15,895,698

Capital Expenditure Summary

Annual Budget

Capital Expenditure

Actual

21,624,107

1,945,751

Annual Budget 33,913,596 34,773,596 (860,000)

Current Forecast 33,885,407 34,755,571 (870,164)

Current Forecast 21,350,267

Cash Information October 2012 Operating Account (Reconciled balance) Interest-Earning Deposits

Debtor Information

Rates Debtors Infringement Debtors Sundry Debtors Planning & Health Debtors

October 2012

June 2012

11,284,565 70,020 242,773 11,243

486,205 79,163 674,901 3,602

11,608,601

1,243,871

1,511,686 17,888,475

(208,778) 11,607,593

19,400,161

11,398,815

Rates Debtors Ageing October 2012 2012/2013 - Current 2011/2012 - 1 Year 2010/2011 - 2 Years 2009/2010 - 3 Years 2008/2009 - Older

June 2012

10,993,231 171,967 34,888 12,613 71,866

% of Annual Rates 44.6%

11,284,565

Cash Investment Information Rate ANZ Cash Deposits CBA Cash Deposits

4.75% at call 3.25% at call

All cash investments are invested in compliance with Council's Investment Policy.

October 2012 17,660,484 227,991 17,888,475

Commentary This report provides a high level summary of operational income and expenditure, capital expenditure and the cash and receivables position as at the date of the report. The current forecast is updated on a monthly basis to reflect anticipated changes to revenue, expenditure and net operating position. As at 31 October 2012, the forecast for income is expected to be slightly worse than budgeted, resulting in a forecast operating deficit of $870K. This is a deterioration of $10K from the original budget result due to a number of factors including $96K loss of rate income from high value properties as a result of the Council decision to offer a 4% rates increase to 448 high value properties in the city at their September meeting and $250K reduction in FAG funding compared to budget. These losses have been offset somewhat by $110K unbudgeted receipt of reimbursement from the State Government for the 2011 flood damage, $125K additional interest earnings predicted due to higher than anticipated interest rates and investment balances and savings in Rates and Land Tax costs for the year. The interest-earning deposits balance includes $5M of grant funds received in advance for the aquatic centre redevelopment plus $1.07M FAG grants in advance for the 2013 financial year.

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SUMMARISED OPERATING REPORT YTD Budget

Actual

YTD to October 2012 YTD Variance $ %

Full Budget 2012

INCOME Rates and Service Charges

Note 24,650,144

24,658,123

7,979

0.0%

24,768,288

1,920,473

1,842,279

(78,194)

-4.1%

5,829,232

318,500

327,914

9,414

3.0%

1,262,000

20,000

20,794

794

4.0%

60,000

Investment Revenue

329,886

372,622

42,737

13.0%

1,464,518

Other Revenue

211,351

363,416

152,064

71.9%

529,558

27,450,354

27,585,149

134,794

0.5%

33,913,596

Employee Benefits

3,935,747

3,939,678

-0.1%

11,824,808

Materials and Services

4,051,795

3,380,412

671,383

16.6%

11,281,712

Depreciation

2,872,600

2,914,044

(41,444)

-1.4%

8,617,800

Fees and User Charges Grants - Operating Contributions - Operating

TOTAL INCOME

P P P P O O

1 2

EXPENSES

Financial Costs Levies & Taxes Other Expenses Internal Charges and Recoveries

TOTAL EXPENSES NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) Own Source Revenue:

(3,931)

134,667

132,273

2,393

1.8%

651,000

1,197,731

1,083,182

114,549

9.6%

2,755,464

412,046

553,509

(141,463)

-34.3%

701,276

(352,820)

(313,648)

(39,172)

11.1%

(1,058,464)

12,251,766

11,689,450

562,315

4.6%

34,773,596

15,198,589

15,895,698

697,110

4.6%

(860,000)

98.8%

98.7%

P O P P O O O

3

4 5 6

96.1%

Indicator: Variance is less than 10% and dollar variance threshold from budget and is within acceptable limits Variance is greater than 10% and/or $100000 threshold from budget and requires explanation

P O

Note Commentary 1 Interest income is currently $98K ahead of budget, as a result of both higher interest rates being achieved, and higher than anticipated investment balances for the first 4 months of the year. Forecast adjustment made to reflect this. Offsetting gains from interest income, is a shortfall in dividends year to date, due to timing of actual v budget. 2 $110K income received from the State Government to reimburse costs associated with 2011 flood damage. Adjustment made in forecast to reflect this. Additionally, MPES recoveries are $56K above budget YTD, offset by $54K bad debt write-offs representing infringement debtors forwarded to MPES and treated as "Other Expenses". 3 Timing of actual v budget. Traditionally materials expenditure is lower at the beginning of the year and catches up towards the end. Variance is in Council's favour, and will be monitored closely as the year progresses. Significant variances relate to contractors and Major Maintenance. 4 Difference relates to over-estimated costs for Rates and Land Tax in the budget. Actual expenditures now recorded, resulting in budget savings of $115K. Forecast adjustements made to reflect this. 5 Difference relates to $96K rates remissions provided to high value residential properties as a result of the decision at the September Council meeting, plus timing difference of payments of sponsorships to community organisations vs budget timing. 6 Relates to under-recovery of operational overhead costs from capital jobs. Fewer labour hours have been booked to capital projects than anticipated, which impacts on overhead recoveries. Variance is improving as the year progresses, which is as expected due to timing of work on capital projects.

ITEM 13.2


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ATTACHMENT [1]


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BALANCE SHEET REPORT

ATTACHMENT [1]

As at October 2012 31 Oct 2012

30 Jun 2012

1,511,686 312,432 17,888,475 11,284,565 70,020 242,773 11,243 257,234 116,575 31,695,002

(208,778) 320,779 11,607,593 486,205 79,163 674,901 3,602 260,028 196,396 105,094 174,900 13,699,882

Current Assets Cash at Bank and On Hand Trust Deposits Cash Investments Receivables - Rates and Utility Charges Receivables - Infringements Receivables - Sundry Receivables - Planning & Health Loans Receivable - Current Accrued Revenue Prepayments Net GST Receivable

Non Current Assets Loans Receivable - Non-Current Dulverton Regional Waste Management Authority Cradle Mountain Water Property, Plant & Equipment Accumulated Depreciation - PP&E Capital Work in Progress

2,371,040 76,837,252 527,130,509 (207,862,613) 12,062,974 410,539,162

2,371,040 76,837,252 526,944,951 (206,466,569) 12,428,279 412,114,952

442,234,164

425,814,834

1,004,287 249,966 316,363 948,370 1,240,830 983,567 4,743,384

377,622 2,260,724 376,097 948,370 1,158,595 921,453 6,042,860

7,515,543 525,187 8,040,730

7,584,904 525,187 8,110,091

12,784,114

14,152,951

429,450,050

411,661,884

231,726,880 1,170,599 440,348 178,324,057 15,895,698 1,892,468

231,726,880 1,170,599 440,348 174,022,985 747,831 3,553,242

Total Equity

429,450,050

411,661,884

Current Ratio:

6.68

2.27

Total Assets Current Liabilities Trade Creditors Accruals Trust Liability Loans - Current Annual Leave Long Service Leave - Current

Non Current Liabilities Loans - Non-Current Long Service Leave - Non-Current

Total Liabilities Net Assets Equity Asset Revaluation Reserve Asset Revaluation Reserve - Associates Other Reserves Accumulated Surplus Operating Surplus / (Deficit) Capital Surplus / (Deficit)

The Current ratio indicates Council's ability to pay its debts as and when they become due. A ratio of one or higher is required for the entity to remain solvent.

ITEM 13.2


PAGE 184 26544 ca 19 November 2012 Finance Report Attachment 2 Capital

ATTACHMENT [2]

Capital Expenditure Report As at October 2012

Prior Budget Prior Actual 2013 Budget 2013 Actual 2013 Forecast $

$

$

$

$

11,197

11,197

68,803

164

-

410

Commentary

Open Space & Recreation

CP0009 CP0016 CP0021 CB0019 CP0020

Open Space Management Plans

CP0022

Chich/Morris Play space

CP0029

Mersey River Foreshore works

CP0037

Cycling Network Strategy Action Plan Year 2 - Miandetta Link at Formby Rd Devonport Oval - Scoreboard replacement

75,000

3,202

75,000

140,000

33,273

140,000

Mersey Bluff Car Park Extension

120,000

621

120,000

49,000

6,887

49,000

200,000

5,289

200,000

Clayton Drive CNBC Repatriation Project

82,000

49,203

82,000

Madden Street Park Surface Restoration

42,000

4,859

42,000

Reg Hope Park Fence & Seating (Julie Burgess)

11,000

932

11,000

EDRC - Entry doors

14,400

28

14,400

Meercroft Park toilets/chang room

10,000

70

10,000

Barbecue replacement

18,000

16,085

18,000

Walking Track Remediation - renewal program

60,000

22,216

60,000

Victoria Parade Replace Sprinkler Heads Program

14,700

15,700

14,700

Vietnam veterans Wall Reconstruction

26,000

866

26,000

Park Furniture Replacement Program

10,000

-

10,000

CP0038 CP0039 CP0040 CP0041 CP0042 CP0043 CP0045 CP0046 CP0047 CP0048 CP0049 CP0050 CP0051 CP0052 CP0053 CP0054 CP0055 CP0056 CP0057 CP0058 CP0059 CP0060 CP0061 CP0062 CP0063

Conc strip sth vic parade ramp Aquatic Centre - Indoor Facility Stage 2 Signage Strategy Implementation - Year 2 Kempling St Land

886,606

886,606

10,163,394

13,660

13,660

56,340

-

-

200,000

615,924 350

68,803 10,163,394 56,340 200,000

351

351

19,649

2,283

19,649

18,247

18,247

111,090

32,079

111,090

Lovett St Soccer ground No 1 irrigation Mersey Vale Master Plan works 12/13

Aiken Head Point Walkway Replace Lighting Litter Bin Program 12/13 Byard Park Toilet/Changeroom

9,000

90

9,000

31,500

60

31,500

10,000

-

10,000

Aquatic Centre - Concrete walkway replacement

250,900

480

250,900

Devonport Oval - Cricket Club Amenities Renewal

81,800

400

81,800

8,500

283

8,500

Devonport Oval - Visitors change room showers Maidstone Park - Upgrade timber seating replacement western side

11,000

10,345

11,000

Spreyton Netball Courts - resurface, S/W

204,800

4,009

204,800

Devonport Rec Centre - Security

120,000

229

120,000

5,000

1,372

5,000

10,840

-

10,840

SLST Report Signage Maidstone Park - Power supply upgrade Proceeds on disposal of assets

Total Open Space & Recreation

(41,773) 930,061

930,061

12,234,716

785,936

ITEM 13.2

12,234,716


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ATTACHMENT [2]

Capital Expenditure Report As at October 2012

Prior Budget Prior Actual 2013 Budget 2013 Actual 2013 Forecast $

$

$

$

$

Buildings

CB0009 CB0015 CB0016 CB0024 CB0025 CB0028 CB0029 CB0030 CB0031 CB0032 CB0033 CB0034 CB0035 CB0036 CB0037 CB0038 CB0039 CB0040

Art Perm Coll & Conservation

-

15,949

DRG OS Storage Fac St2 Maritime Museum Enhancement Project

-

(15,079)

-

1,371,550 1,840,606

1,371,550 1,840,606

523,096

368,827

35,345

34,247

35,345

44,742

44,742

255,258

-

255,258

Acquisition of Crown Land

20,000

-

20,000

Art Gallery - kitchen upgrade

10,000

70

10,000

Art Storage Facility (Racking)

148,000

687

148,000

Julie Burgess project Bluff Restaurant Fit out

523,096

Maritime Museum - Display Boxes

50,000

-

50,000

Melrose Hall - Exterior wall clad

22,000

113

22,000

Spreyton Hall - Exterior wall clad

15,200

100

15,200

150,000

1,166

150,000

Mersey Bluff caravan park DECC - Laneway

5,100

2,023

5,100

Tiagarra - toilet access ramps

10,000

4,569

10,000

Automatic gate and security upgrade for Operations Centre

64,300

123

64,300

Wenvoe Street Carpark - Building demolition

95,000

11,983

95,000

WTS Access Road gravel preparation, 2 coat seal & Drainage

22,000

1,542

22,000

WTS Cover over oil store

11,600

1,035

11,600

1,436,899

427,355

1,436,899

Total Buildings

3,256,898

3,256,897

Stormwater

CS0006 CS0007 CS0008 CS0009 CS0010 CS0011 CS0012 CS0013 CS0014 CS0015

Tugrah Road K&D

-

Manhole Lid Replacement 12/13

-

-

25,000

48

25,000

Torquay Road - Table Drain & Pavement upgrade

130,000

5,106

130,000

Tasman St Easement Drainage

100,000

2,486

100,000

Pit Replacement 12/13

50,000

653

50,000

Minor Stormwater Works 12/13

30,000

2,623

30,000

SW Outfall Risk Improvement & Renewal 12/13

20,000

38

20,000

Turton Street SW pipe installation

80,000

283

80,000

Waverley Rd SW drainage

33,000

623

33,000

137,000

1,074

137,000

605,000

12,934

605,000

William St SW Catchment Upgrade - Stage 2

Total Stormwater

-

-

ITEM 13.2


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ATTACHMENT [2]

Capital Expenditure Report As at October 2012

Prior Budget Prior Actual 2013 Budget 2013 Actual 2013 Forecast $

$

21,976

21,976

$

$

$

Transport

CT0002 CT0004 CT0010 CT0015 CT0031 CT0032 CT0037 CT0038 CT0039 CT0040 CT0041 CT0042 CT0043 CT0044 CT0045 CT0046 CT0047 CT0048 CT0049 CT0050 CT0051 CT0052 CT0053 CT0054 CT0055 CT0056 CT0057 CT0058 CT0059 CT0060 CT0061 CT0062 CT0063 CT0064 CT0065 CT0066 CT0067 CT0068 CT0069 CT0070 CT0071 CT0072 CT0073 CT0074

Bridge Rd Pavement Recon James & North Fenton K&C

248,024

35 237,282

248,024

Tasman Place reconstruction Stewart St Redev Stage 2

-

1,539

-

-

-

-

Parking Machines Sheffiled Road K&C stage 7 & 8

-

764

50,405

50,405

Road Network Minor Works 12/13

466,342

182,036

441,342 Forecast reduced following revised scope

25,000

48

25,000

Re-seal programme 12/13

600,000

17,854

600,000

Street Light Provision 12/13

20,000

38

20,000

Footpath Minor Renewal in Road Reserve 12/13

25,000

48

25,000

Stewart Street - near school crossing pavement rehabilitation

10,000

1,587

10,000

126,000

261

126,000

Saleyards Road Pavement Reconstruction Stephen Street Renewal - Wright to Tarleton

90,000

4,776

90,000

Edward Street Renewal (including Stewart Junction)

215,000

5,309

215,000

Rooke Street - Oldaker to Best pavement & kerb essential renewal Additonal SW Upgrade req'd William - Valley intersection reconstruction

195,000

393

195,000

285,000

10,671

285,000

Harold - Hiller Intersection reconstruction

20,000

1,947

15,000 Revised forecast down based on project design and revised estimate

David Street K&C replacement - # 45 to 47, # 63 to 65

45,000

890

John Street Pavement Rehabilitation Wright St to Tarleton St

175,000

58,486

45,000 143,000 Revised forecast down based on project design and revised estimate

Madden Place Reconstruction

110,000

2,244

110,000

Nicholls St/Ronald to William

431,000

7,967

431,000

William Street pavement reconstruction - James to Nicholls

250,000

760

250,000

Pedestrian Network Strategy (2012) Action Plan Implementation

15,000

3,530

15,000

Road Traffic Devices Minor Works 12/13

25,000

5,681

25,000

100,000

1,727

100,000

15,000

220

15,000

Bellamy Road Safety Improvements

63,000

1,865

Lillico Road reconstruction & widening (south of Railway Line)

80,000

7,011

80,000

111,000

3,623

111,000

12/13 Devonport Road Network Strategy (2009) Action Plan Implementation Forthside Rd Guardrails - upgrade to current standard

Kelcey Tier Road safety improvements Stage 1 Forth Road Rehabilitation south of Waverley Road

23,000 Revised forecast is $23K - no blackspot funding

50,000

6,343

50,000

Best & Sorell intersection New Roundabout

220,000

847

220,000

David-John RAB

220,000

1,431

220,000

Nicholls & Gunn intersection New Roundabout

250,000

1,587

250,000

Thomas & Wright intersection New Roundabout

280,000

1,654

280,000

Stony Rise Rd-Tugrah Rd-Bass Hwy off ramp New Roundabout

454,000

7,463

454,000

Fenton Street & Stewart Street Intersection Safety Improvements

100,000

215

76,000

145

Bluff Road Pedestrian Crossing Improvements Forbes Street Footpath Hazard Elimination

215 Revised forecast is Nil - no external funding available 145 Revised forecast is Nil - no external funding available

7,000

7,231

7,000

Watkinson Street footpath safety improvements Stage 1

10,000

-

10,000

Mersey Road footpath 'missing link' - #107 to #111

16,000

20,443

19,800 Revised forecast increased based on project design and revised estimate

Nicholls Street 'missing link' - beside #85 Ronald St

11,000

11,122

11,000

David Street new footpath - Murray St to #106

58,000

2,888

58,000

Oldaker Street Footpath - Rooke to North Fenton

20,000

59

20,000

Drew Street to Tarleton Street Footpath Renewal

25,000

Total Transport

72,381

72,381

80 ITEM620,098 13.2 5,542,366

25,000 5,268,526


PAGE 187 26544 ca 19 November 2012 Finance Report Attachment 2 Capital

ATTACHMENT [2]

Capital Expenditure Report As at October 2012

Prior Budget Prior Actual 2013 Budget 2013 Actual 2013 Forecast $

$

$

$

$

626,000

31,529

626,000

93,800

3,790

93,800

152,000

101,425

152,000

Plant & Fleet

CF0004 CF0005 CF0006

Hire Plant Replacement Plan 12/13 Minor Plant Replacement Plan 12/13 Fleet Replacement Plan 12/13 Proceeds on disposal / trade-in of assets

Total Plant & Fleet

(122,727) -

-

26,710

26,710

871,800

14,017

871,800

Other Equipment

CC0001 CC0002 CC0003 CE0002

Information Technology

38,600

38,600

38,600

Information Technology 12/13

264,251

45,276

264,251

Maritime Museum Ship Simulator

600,000

-

600,000

30,475

1,535

30,475

Furniture & Fittings 12/13

Total Other Equipment TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

26,710

26,710

933,326

85,411

933,326

4,286,050

4,286,049

21,624,107

1,945,751

21,350,267

ITEM 13.2


PAGE 188 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 13.3 Non-Urban Road N etwor k Strateg y - c hang es to s peed li mits

13.3

NON-URBAN ROAD NETWORK STRATEGY - CHANGES TO SPEED LIMITS File: 23918 D280739

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 4.4.6 Facilitate and support a partnership approach to community safety

PURPOSE To inform Council on the State Government “Safer Roads; Non-Urban Road Network Strategy” and provide information concerning the proposed changes to speed limits for the Devonport City Council Local Government area.

BACKGROUND

The Devonport Council has recently received correspondence and information from the Minister for Infrastructure the Hon David O’Byrne MP and Department of Infrastructure Energy and Resources Secretary (DIER) concerning the State Government “Safer Roads; Non-Urban Road Network Strategy, September 2012”. The stated objective is to improve road and roadside infrastructure and implement speed management changes where infrastructure cannot meet specific criteria as outlined in the Strategy. A copy of the Strategy and other background information is available online at the Tasmanian Government’s Safer Roads website located at; www.saferroads.tas.gov.au/. The Government’s overall aim is to reduce serious causalities on our roads. The suggestion that speed changes and other traffic measures will result in a reduction in serious casualties is supported by a proposal put forward by the Road Safety Advisory Council in 2011and previous positive results following the progressive introduction of measures such as compulsory seat belts, 0.05 BAC , road safety (speed ) cameras and 50km/hr urban speed limits. The Strategy (page 13) indicates that lowering the speed limit from 100 to 90 km/hr would result in126 (Statewide) fewer serious causalities over the next six years. The criteria outlined in the Strategy identify minimum technical standards for non-urban roads to maintain current maximum speed limits. The Strategy outlines two models for assessment, the “Optimal Model” and the “Tasmanian Criteria” for 100 km/hour. In summary, the Government propose to use the “Tasmanian Criteria” to determine which non urban sealed roads meet the minimum technical standards to retain a 100km/h speed limit. Where a road does not meet the minimum standard it is proposed to introduce reduced maximum speed limits of 90km/hr. It is also planned to introduce a blanket maximum speed limit of 80km/hr for all unsealed roads in the State. Although the Strategy states that preventing serious casualties is the primary aim, other identified benefits of the speed changes include; -

Lower speeds result in reduced fuel consumption

-

Environmental benefits. i.e. a reduction in emissions & pollutants

-

Minimal effect on travel times

-

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It is proposed to introduce the new speed limits by June 2013. It is also proposed to replace existing “end Speed Limit” signs with revised identified speed signage and “changing road conditions” signage similar to the following;

It is planned to review both State and Local Government roads against stated technical criteria. Both DIER and the Minister have stated that they wish to engage with the Local Government and communities on the proposed changes. The Minister is specifically seeking Council nomination (in the prescribed format) of roads or road sections which Councils believe meet the criteria and should remain at the current speed limit. Councils have been asked to respond to DIER by Friday 14 December 2012.

COMMENTARY

The Strategy indicates that the DIER propose to use the “Tasmanian Criteria” to assess minimum technical standards for non urban roads in Tasmania. In summary the “Tasmanian Criteria” lists the minimum standard road features to retain a 100 km/h speed limit. These are: 1.

Undivided or divided roads in rural environments where the land use is undeveloped farm land with no or with low number of access points;

2.

Well delineated with centre lines and edge lines provided;

3.

Desirable lane width of 3.5 metre; with desirable sealed shoulders width of 1 metre;

4.

Alignment generally straight or gently curving in flat or slightly undulated roads; on isolated curves with tighter radius, curve warning and speed advisory signs are to be installed;

5.

Roadside and median protected by safety barriers

6.

Where roadside hazards (which may include steep batter slopes) are located, roadside barriers are to be installed

Median barriers to be installed where the median width is less than 15m (based on Austroads 2009b)

Crash record over the last five years is lower than the average crash rate for rural highways

The strategy has been reviewed by Council Officers and considered in the context of its relevance to Devonport City Council. The Devonport rural road network consists of 73km of rural road, of which approximately 45km is sealed and currently has a 100km/h speed limit. Devonport’s rural road network length is the least of all the Tasmanian Local Government areas with the exception of King Island and possibly Flinders Island and Hobart City Council’s. Casualty crash data for existing non urban roads in the Devonport City Council Local Government area, between 2007-2012, is:

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Severity

No. of Crashes

Fatal

0

Serious

1

Minor

5

First Aid

3

Total

9

The casualty crash rate/km is 0.2 over five years. DIER’s crash database classifies this rate as low-medium. Of the 9 crashes identified, speed was contributing or aggravating factor in 8. It is unlikely any of Devonport’s non-urban road network would meet the Tasmanian assessment criteria for a 100km/h as outlined in the Safer Roads Strategy. No data is available, but it is likely that based on geometric and topographic road conditions a comfortable travel speed would be less than 90km/h on most of Devonport’s non urban roads. The strategy also recommends an increased focus on safety based infrastructure projects and the Strategy identifies data (page 13) supporting the benefit of various road safety initiatives. Whilst not specifically stated in the Strategy this may mean that more funding will be available in the future for improving non urban road infrastructure. The criteria listed in the Strategy to achieve a maximum 100km/h speed limit should be a target for rural collector roads in the Devonport Local Government area. With this in mind, the Safer Roads Strategy assessment criteria will be reflected in the review of Devonport’s Road Network Strategy, which is planned later this year. Based on the Safer Roads – “Tasmanian criteria” it is unlikely that any existing non-urban roads in the Devonport Council area would retain a 100km/hr speed classification. A practical demonstration is illustrated in figure 1.0. below. According to the criteria the road depicted (not a Devonport Road) does not meet the criteria to achieve a 100km/hr maximum speed limit. Clearly many of Devonport’s non urban roads are of a lesser standard than the one shown in Fig 1.0.

Figure 1.0

The only road to come close to the minimum standard is Forth Road between Cutts Road and the western boundary of the City. However this road does fail to meet several of the required criteria and is a relatively short section (less than 2.5 kilometres in length). ITEM 13.3


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FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

The financial implications of the implementation of the Safer Roads Non-Urban Road Network Strategy is uncertain however it is unlikely to impact significantly on Council’s capital or operational budget. All new signage will be supplied by DIER but Council may incur some operational cost for the installation of new signage.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

Political/Governance There is a small risk of community/farming/industry sectors appealing to the proposed speed limit changes. However under legislation speed limit decisions and implementation is a State Government/DIER responsibility. Assets, Property and Infrastructure The implementation of the proposed changes will require Council consideration to future improvement of non urban road infrastructure and an increase in Council funding of these projects. Contractual/Legal There is a small legal risk where Council insists on retaining a 100km/h limit on any road that does not meet the recommended DIER criteria. In the event of a serious accident, and speed was identified as a cause, it might be argued that Council be held responsible for supporting lower standards than recommended. Financial There is a small additional operational cost for Council to assist the State Government roll out of new speed limits on non urban roads. Environmental/Public Health The proposed speed limit changes are likely to have an overall positive community benefit in terms of road safety and a reduction in serious casualties and road trauma. Communication/Reputation The Devonport City Council position in relation to the State Government changes to speed limits on non urban roads will need to be communicated to the community.

CONCLUSION The State Government’s “Safer Roads, Non Urban Road Network Strategy” has been developed with the aim of improving safety to address a serious crash problem through speed management changes. Crash data for the Devonport City Council Local Government area indicates there is not a serious crash problem on its non-urban (rural) road network. However, based on the “Tasmanian Criteria” most of Devonport’s nonurban road network is not suitable for driving at speeds exceeding 90 km/h. Therefore implementing the recommended speed management changes is unlikely to impact on current vehicle speeds or the productivity of freight vehicles. The only road close to the minimum “Tasmanian Criteria” to retain a 100km/h speed limit is Forth Road between Cutts Road and the western boundary of the City. However this road section fails on several criteria and is a short length (less than 2.5 km). Therefore it is considered that Forth Road is not a high priority and does not warrant a submission to the Government to review the change and allow it to maintain a 100km/hour maximum speed limit.

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RECOMMENDATION That Council note the “Safer Roads, Non-Urban Road Network Strategy” report and advise DIER that it does not intend to nominate any non–urban roads for assessment to retain a 100km/h speed limit.

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PAGE 193 Report to Council Meeting on 19 November 2012 13.4 Financial Assistanc e Gr ant F unding R educ tion

13.4

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANT FUNDING REDUCTION File: 11763 D281963

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 5.5.2 Ensure comprehensive financial planning to meet sustainability requirements

PURPOSE To report to Council the impact of a reduction in Financial Assistance Grant funding for the 2013 financial year and beyond.

BACKGROUND

Every year, the Australian Government pays Financial Assistance Grants (FAG grants) to all Councils across Australia. The amount of money each Council receives is dependent on a number of criteria, and the final payment is comprised of two components, being a base grant (to assist in running the day to day operations of Council) and a roads grant (to assist with the cost of maintaining roads and related infrastructure). Every three years (including the 2012/2013 year), the entitlement criteria for each Council are reviewed and some reallocations of funding occur. The major factors influencing the base grant component include data on Assessed Annual Values of properties, rating policies, regional responsibility costs, freight costs and waste transportation costs. The road grant component is influenced by length of roads, types of roads, and number of bridges in a Council area.

COMMENTARY

Council has recently received correspondence from the State Grants Commission confirming its allocation of Financial Assistance Grants for the 2012/13 financial year. This correspondence indicates that there has been an adjustment to the amount of FAG Grants paid for the 2012 year, reducing the total entitlements to Tasmanian Councils by $963,446 as a result of lower CPI and population data than expected, of which $32,937 relates to Devonport and will be deducted from grant entitlements in the 2013 financial year. In addition to this reduction in funding, in line with 2012/2013 being a review year, there has been a reallocation of Financial Assistance Grants among Councils within Tasmania as a result of the funding allocation review, which has further reduced Devonport’s entitlement by $144,496 for the 2012/13 financial year to the benefit of other Councils within Tasmania. This reduction is applied to both Council’s Base Grant and Roads Grant components in line with the letter received from the State Grants Commission, as attached.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

The implication of this reduction in Financial Assistance Grants for the 2012/13 financial year is a $250,000 forecast reduction in grant income due to the combination of funding reallocations, prior year funding adjustment reduction and also, at the time of forming the budget, there was an expectation of a grant increase which will not be achieved for the ITEM 13.4


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current financial year. This in turn will have an impact on the Long Term Financial Plan outcomes, as it is anticipated that this funding reduction for Devonport will be sustained into the future.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

Financial Council’s long-term viability and ability to fund future planned capital expenditure projects will be under pressure if alternate sources of income cannot be generated to subsidise this loss of recurrent funding.

CONCLUSION Council needs to be aware of this loss of funding in the current financial year and consider the implications of this in the long term, particularly in relation to any Council decision that may have an impact on available financial resources.

ATTACHMENTS 1.

Letter from State Grants Commission

2.

Financial Assistance Grants 2012-13 - Attachments Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That the reduction in Financial Assistance Grants be noted and that Council write to the State Grant’s Commission expressing its concerns in relation to the decision to reduce Council’s Financial Assistance Grant Allocation.

ITEM 13.4


PAGE 195 Letter from State Grants Commission

ATTACHMENT [1]

ITEM 13.4


PAGE 196 Letter from State Grants Commission

ATTACHMENT [1]

ITEM 13.4


PAGE 197 Letter from State Grants Commission

ATTACHMENT [1]

ITEM 13.4


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ATTACHMENT [2]

Devonport City Council

$ Share of Financial Assistance Grants

2007-08

2012-13#

2011-12

2010-11

2012-13#

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

2008-09

2007-08

2011-12

2012-13#

2007-08

1.00%

2009-10

$1 000 000

1.50%

2010-11

$1 500 000

2008-09

$2 000 000

2009-10

2012-13#

2011-12

2010-11

2009-10

2007-08

2008-09

2012-13#

2008-09

2012-13#

2010-11

2009-10

$2 500 000

2008-09

2.00%

2008-09

2.50%

2007-08

3.00%

2011-12

2007-08

3.50%

2010-11

2009-10

4.00%

2011-12

% Share of Financial Assistance Grants

$ 500 000

0.50%

0.00%

$ 0

Base Grant

Allocation Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13#

Base Grant 2.15% 1.85% 2.09% 2.29% 2.49% 2.39%

Roads Grant

Roads Grant 2.90% 2.91% 3.21% 3.25% 3.53% 3.21%

Total Grant

Base Grant

Total Grant 2.53% 2.38% 2.65% 2.78% 3.01% 2.81%

Allocation Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13#

Note: The shares are calculated from the final adjusted entitlements for each year. # The 2012-13 results are recommendations only. They do not incorporate the annual adjustments.

Base Grant $ 626 614 $ 558 724 $ 656 936 $ 747 232 $ 838 591 $ 806 899

Roads Grant

% Change - 8.89% - 10.83% + 17.58% + 13.75% + 12.23% - 3.78%

Roads Grant $ 842 941 $ 881 290 $1 023 221 $1 092 200 $1 206 392 $1 126 525

Total Grant

% Change + 11.32% + 4.55% + 16.10% + 6.74% + 10.46% - 6.62%

Total Grant $1 469 555 $1 440 014 $1 680 157 $1 839 432 $2 044 983 $1 933 424

Note: These grant amounts are the final adjusted entitlements for each year. # The 2012-13 results are recommendations only. They do not incorporate the annual adjustments.

ITEM 13.4

% Change + 1.70% - 2.01% + 16.68% + 9.48% + 11.17% - 5.46%


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ATTACHMENT [2]

Devonport City Council Base Grant Model Cost Adjustors 2010-11*

Roads Preservation Model Cost Adjustors 2010-11*

* Used as part of the 2012-13 Assessments

* Used as part of the 2012-13 Assessments

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ATTACHMENT [2]

2012-13 Financial Assistance Grant Cash Payments BASE GRANT - CASH PAYMENTS 2012-13 Minimum Grant (30%) Council

Break O'Day Brighton Burnie Central Coast Central Highlands Circular Head Clarence Derwent Valley Devonport Dorset Flinders George Town Glamorgan-Spring Bay Glenorchy Hobart Huon Valley Kentish King Island Kingborough Latrobe Launceston Meander Valley Northern Midlands Sorell Southern Midlands Tasman Waratah-Wynyard West Coast West Tamar Total

Relative Needs Grant (70%)

Cash Entitlement Recommended 2012-13 2012-13

Adv Pmt 2011-12#

TOTAL BASE GRANT

Cash Entitlement RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENT 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12*

CASH Adv Pmt ENTITLEMENT 2011-12# 2012-13

Recommended 2012-13

Adjustment 2011-12*

$ 131 435 336 136 402 075 439 574 46 483 166 352 1 080 987 205 549 517 485 148 369 17 842 139 145 90 765 904 059 1 013 009 313 732 125 723 33 787 702 890 206 659 1 332 697 398 563 256 856 275 444 124 169 48 662 283 740 103 723 458 145

$ 392 985 1 198 1 310 140 498 3 189 609 1 539 443 54 415 271 2 693 3 016 926 379 101 2 058 603 3 966 1 186 762 807 370 145 849 316 1 354

$ 66 169 171 221 173 474 221 042 23 272 83 384 533 039 104 027 256 804 74 743 8 857 70 029 45 378 441 190 494 636 156 049 62 833 16 967 349 175 105 804 589 951 200 686 129 877 92 809 62 702 21 385 142 375 51 197 227 105

$ 994 756 796 260 1 014 589 1 812 424 746 149 797 294 0 1 074 512 289 415 1 388 958 652 747 812 554 338 702 0 0 1 122 691 1 311 035 611 962 0 454 360 0 1 548 243 1 291 873 1 419 144 1 535 634 488 960 1 535 287 1 114 492 890 756

$ - 464 176 - 406 914 - 464 255 - 866 260 - 354 286 - 377 210 0 - 525 996 - 168 208 - 668 405 - 315 897 - 399 585 - 130 304 0 0 - 618 092 - 684 691 - 280 780 0 - 267 865 - 80 842 - 800 803 - 647 103 - 704 530 - 759 376 - 249 027 - 813 402 - 604 114 - 464 578

$ 527 773 386 901 547 888 940 940 389 715 417 808 0 545 340 120 208 716 507 334 933 410 555 207 614 0 0 500 949 622 197 329 480 0 184 883 - 81 276 742 611 640 863 711 485 771 657 238 599 716 971 506 719 423 440

$ 1 126 190 1 132 396 1 416 664 2 251 998 792 631 963 646 1 080 987 1 280 061 806 899 1 537 327 670 589 951 699 429 468 904 059 1 013 009 1 436 424 1 436 758 645 749 702 890 661 019 1 332 697 1 946 806 1 548 729 1 694 588 1 659 803 537 623 1 819 027 1 218 215 1 348 902

$ 3 199 3 430 3 644 6 534 2 288 2 774 3 189 3 785 2 538 4 489 1 971 2 829 1 055 2 693 3 016 4 576 4 526 1 803 2 058 2 215 4 400 6 015 4 669 3 936 4 971 1 479 5 763 3 975 4 092

$ - 529 050 - 570 844 - 691 658 -1 083 482 - 377 357 - 459 680 - 544 759 - 626 909 - 427 350 - 741 588 - 324 828 - 468 286 - 175 420 - 460 176 - 515 357 - 774 849 - 747 202 - 297 499 - 351 657 - 368 117 - 819 622 - 997 494 - 773 320 - 886 358 - 820 473 - 276 159 - 953 918 - 656 324 - 694 264

$ 593 941 558 122 721 362 1 161 982 412 986 501 192 533 039 649 367 377 011 791 250 343 790 480 584 252 993 441 190 494 636 656 999 685 030 346 447 349 175 290 687 508 675 943 297 770 740 804 294 834 359 259 985 859 346 557 916 650 546

10 304 056

30 574

4 976 181

24 042 798

-12 116 699

11 854 761

34 346 854

101 912

-17 414 000

16 830 942

* Recommendations are generally based on estimated population and CPI data. When actual data is available for the previous year the adjustment is applied to the State pool. # The Australian Government authorised 50 per cent of the 2012-13 pool to be distributed to councils in June 2012 using 2011-12 recomendations to estimate 2012-13 recomendations

ITEM 13.4


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ATTACHMENT [2]

2012-13 Financial Assistance Grant Cash Payments ROAD GRANT - CASH PAYMENTS 2012-13 Road Component Council

Break O'Day Brighton Burnie Central Coast Central Highlands Circular Head Clarence Derwent Valley Devonport Dorset Flinders George Town Glamorgan-Spring Bay Glenorchy Hobart Huon Valley Kentish King Island Kingborough Latrobe Launceston Meander Valley Northern Midlands Sorell Southern Midlands Tasman Waratah-Wynyard West Coast West Tamar Total

Bridge Component Cash Entitlement Recommended 2012-13 2012-13

Adjustment 2011-12*

TOTAL ROAD GRANT

Cash Entitlement RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENT 2012-13 2012-13 2011-12*

CASH Adv Pmt ENTITLEMENT 2011-12# 2012-13

Recommended 2012-13

Adjustment 2011-12*

$ 1 256 286 457 750 1 082 893 1 736 585 1 161 538 1 548 386 1 469 069 636 907 1 113 111 1 474 515 651 665 681 442 819 064 1 271 314 1 523 641 1 205 370 979 961 757 199 1 209 555 673 470 2 497 095 1 879 273 2 028 442 822 993 1 253 538 423 682 1 148 476 553 645 1 026 740

$ 29 942 11 880 28 217 42 912 25 426 34 802 38 676 14 170 30 061 34 184 13 967 17 026 20 660 35 298 45 019 27 480 22 597 16 140 28 973 16 685 67 120 44 906 48 163 20 234 27 385 10 136 27 458 14 220 24 720

$ 593 611 194 829 458 397 786 853 598 808 778 151 613 087 323 287 447 798 717 942 342 539 304 631 361 805 490 099 527 273 597 186 479 843 399 978 568 327 304 191 1 011 609 885 407 962 501 375 163 647 447 199 344 540 776 238 928 479 639

$ 180 647 29 179 33 768 98 299 89 407 112 755 20 824 87 589 13 413 150 625 22 715 65 800 47 608 37 706 100 062 141 414 91 462 19 629 54 896 41 965 108 053 176 784 172 351 83 506 154 969 32 669 82 677 54 823 50 224

$ 2 564 413 726 1 992 1 597 1 865 286 1 360 338 2 752 486 988 716 844 2 432 2 816 1 512 341 1 137 649 2 121 3 027 3 395 1 425 2 820 541 1 796 881 1 257

$ 123 898 20 035 17 703 54 213 54 063 71 470 14 491 57 484 5 939 89 712 11 960 43 944 31 755 19 030 46 232 79 097 58 005 12 085 29 729 27 605 61 116 109 789 97 236 51 961 92 557 20 690 42 919 35 319 22 404

$ 1 436 933 486 929 1 116 661 1 834 884 1 250 945 1 661 141 1 489 893 724 496 1 126 525 1 625 140 674 380 747 242 866 672 1 309 020 1 623 703 1 346 784 1 071 422 776 828 1 264 451 715 434 2 605 148 2 056 057 2 200 793 906 500 1 408 508 456 350 1 231 153 608 468 1 076 964

$ 32 506 12 293 28 943 44 904 27 023 36 667 38 962 15 530 30 399 36 936 14 453 18 014 21 376 36 142 47 451 30 296 24 109 16 481 30 110 17 334 69 241 47 933 51 558 21 659 30 205 10 677 29 254 15 101 25 977

$ - 686 918 - 259 772 - 611 618 - 948 914 - 571 051 - 774 853 - 823 353 - 328 195 - 642 388 - 780 550 - 305 428 - 380 653 - 451 736 - 763 749 -1 002 747 - 640 205 - 509 466 - 348 284 - 636 285 - 366 305 -1 463 182 -1 012 928 -1 089 498 - 457 716 - 638 298 - 225 640 - 618 204 - 319 120 - 548 944

$ 717 509 214 864 476 100 841 066 652 871 849 621 627 578 380 771 453 738 807 654 354 499 348 575 393 560 509 129 573 505 676 283 537 847 412 063 598 056 331 795 1 072 725 995 196 1 059 737 427 125 740 005 220 033 583 695 274 247 502 043

33 343 605

818 457

15 229 449

2 355 818

43 077

1 402 440

35 699 423

861 534

-18 206 000

16 631 889

* Recommendations are generally based on estimated population and CPI data. When actual data is available for the previous year the adjustment is applied to the State pool. # The Australian Government authorised 50 per cent of the 2012-13 pool to be distributed to councils in June 2012 using 2011-12 recomendations to estimate 2012-13 recomendations

ITEM 13.4


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ATTACHMENT [2]

2012-13 Financial Assistance Grant Cash Payments TOTAL GRANT - CASH PAYMENTS 2012-13 TOTAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANT Council

Break O'Day Brighton Burnie Central Coast Central Highlands Circular Head Clarence Derwent Valley Devonport Dorset Flinders George Town Glamorgan-Spring Bay Glenorchy Hobart Huon Valley Kentish King Island Kingborough Latrobe Launceston Meander Valley Northern Midlands Sorell Southern Midlands Tasman Waratah-Wynyard West Coast West Tamar Total

RECOMMENDED 2012-13

ADJUSTMENT 2011-12*

Adv Pmt 2011-12#

CASH ENTITLEMENT 2012-13

$ 2 563 124 1 619 325 2 533 325 4 086 882 2 043 576 2 624 787 2 570 880 2 004 558 1 933 424 3 162 467 1 344 968 1 698 941 1 296 140 2 213 079 2 636 713 2 783 208 2 508 181 1 422 577 1 967 341 1 376 454 3 937 844 4 002 863 3 749 522 2 601 087 3 068 311 993 973 3 050 179 1 826 683 2 425 865

$ 35 705 15 723 32 587 51 438 29 311 39 441 42 151 19 315 32 937 41 425 16 424 20 843 22 431 38 835 50 467 34 872 28 635 18 284 32 168 19 549 73 641 53 948 56 227 25 595 35 176 12 156 35 017 19 076 30 069

$ -1 215 968 - 830 616 -1 303 276 -2 032 396 - 948 408 -1 234 533 -1 368 112 - 955 104 -1 069 738 -1 522 138 - 630 256 - 848 939 - 627 156 -1 223 925 -1 518 104 -1 415 054 -1 256 668 - 645 783 - 987 942 - 734 422 -2 282 804 -2 010 422 -1 862 818 -1 344 074 -1 458 771 - 501 799 -1 572 122 - 975 444 -1 243 208

$ 1 311 451 772 986 1 197 462 2 003 048 1 065 857 1 350 813 1 160 617 1 030 139 830 749 1 598 904 698 288 829 159 646 553 950 319 1 068 142 1 333 282 1 222 878 758 510 947 231 622 483 1 581 399 1 938 493 1 830 477 1 231 418 1 574 364 480 018 1 443 040 832 163 1 152 588

70 046 277

963 446

-35 620 000

33 462 831

* Recommendations are generally based on estimated population and CPI data. When actual data is available for the previous year the adjustment is applied to the State pool. # The Australian Government authorised 25 per cent of the 2011-12 pool to be distributed to councils in June 2011 based on the 2010-11 methodology.

ITEM 13.4


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ATTACHMENT [2]

2012-13 Financial Assistance Grants Quarterly Payment Schedule QUARTERLY PAYMENT SCHEDULE 1st Quarterly Payment 15 August 2012 *

Council Base Grant

Break O'Day Brighton Burnie Central Coast Central Highlands Circular Head Clarence Derwent Valley Devonport Dorset Flinders George Town Glamorgan-Spring Bay Glenorchy Hobart Huon Valley Kentish King Island Kingborough Latrobe Launceston Meander Valley Northern Midlands Sorell Southern Midlands Tasman Waratah-Wynyard West Coast West Tamar Total

$ 148 485.35 139 530.46 180 340.56 290 495.55 103 246.51 125 298.00 133 259.85 162 341.77 94 252.79 197 812.47 85 947.46 120 145.93 63 248.12 110 297.48 123 659.10 164 249.64 171 257.53 86 611.86 87 293.77 72 671.77 127 168.68 235 824.28 192 684.95 201 073.43 208 589.75 64 996.18 214 836.41 139 478.98 162 636.37 4 207 735.00

Road Grant Road Split Bridge Split $ $ 156 826.47 22 550.84 50 497.14 3 218.93 115 425.68 3 599.31 199 001.96 11 264.48 151 552.29 11 665.45 197 987.53 14 417.59 154 701.62 2 192.84 83 684.39 11 508.46 112 083.78 1 350.63 183 199.20 18 714.21 85 639.54 2 985.09 79 470.09 7 673.60 92 985.26 5 404.80 123 615.97 3 666.38 134 540.63 8 835.67 151 318.12 17 752.69 122 983.54 11 478.32 100 412.67 2 602.96 143 022.92 6 491.09 78 083.41 4 865.45 257 057.87 11 123.24 227 406.72 21 392.19 244 186.36 20 747.83 96 944.51 9 836.65 164 646.58 20 354.53 51 070.48 3 937.87 136 124.28 9 799.37 62 384.39 6 177.46 119 657.50 5 853.17 3 876 510.90

281 461.10

2nd Quarterly Payment 15 November 2012 * Total

Base Grant

$ 327 862.66 193 246.53 299 365.55 500 761.99 266 464.25 337 703.12 290 154.31 257 534.62 207 687.20 399 725.88 174 572.09 207 289.62 161 638.18 237 579.83 267 035.40 333 320.45 305 719.39 189 627.49 236 807.78 155 620.63 395 349.79 484 623.19 457 619.14 307 854.59 393 590.86 120 004.53 360 760.06 208 040.83 288 147.04

$ 148 485.35 139 530.46 180 340.56 290 495.55 103 246.51 125 298.00 133 259.85 162 341.77 94 252.79 197 812.47 85 947.46 120 145.93 63 248.12 110 297.48 123 659.10 164 249.64 171 257.53 86 611.86 87 293.77 72 671.77 127 168.68 235 824.28 192 684.95 201 073.43 208 589.75 64 996.18 214 836.41 139 478.98 162 636.37

8 365 707.00

4 207 735.00

* The Australian Government aims to make payments to jurisdictions on or around the due date by EFT.

ITEM 13.4

Road Grant Road Split Bridge Split $ $ 156 826.47 22 550.84 50 497.14 3 218.93 115 425.68 3 599.31 199 001.96 11 264.48 151 552.29 11 665.45 197 987.53 14 417.59 154 701.62 2 192.84 83 684.39 11 508.46 112 083.78 1 350.63 183 199.20 18 714.21 85 639.54 2 985.09 79 470.09 7 673.60 92 985.26 5 404.80 123 615.97 3 666.38 134 540.63 8 835.67 151 318.12 17 752.69 122 983.54 11 478.32 100 412.67 2 602.96 143 022.92 6 491.09 78 083.41 4 865.45 257 057.87 11 123.24 227 406.72 21 392.19 244 186.36 20 747.83 96 944.51 9 836.65 164 646.58 20 354.53 51 070.48 3 937.87 136 124.28 9 799.37 62 384.39 6 177.46 119 657.50 5 853.17 3 876 510.90

281 461.10

Total $ 327 862.66 193 246.53 299 365.55 500 761.99 266 464.25 337 703.12 290 154.31 257 534.62 207 687.20 399 725.88 174 572.09 207 289.62 161 638.18 237 579.83 267 035.40 333 320.45 305 719.39 189 627.49 236 807.78 155 620.63 395 349.79 484 623.19 457 619.14 307 854.59 393 590.86 120 004.53 360 760.06 208 040.83 288 147.04 8 365 707.00


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ATTACHMENT [2]

2012-13 Financial Assistance Grants Quarterly Payment Schedule QUARTERLY PAYMENT SCHEDULE - Continued 3rd Quarterly Payment 15 February 2013 *

Council Base Grant

Break O'Day Brighton Burnie Central Coast Central Highlands Circular Head Clarence Derwent Valley Devonport Dorset Flinders George Town Glamorgan-Spring Bay Glenorchy Hobart Huon Valley Kentish King Island Kingborough Latrobe Launceston Meander Valley Northern Midlands Sorell Southern Midlands Tasman Waratah-Wynyard West Coast West Tamar Total

$ 148 485.35 139 530.46 180 340.56 290 495.55 103 246.51 125 298.00 133 259.85 162 341.77 94 252.79 197 812.47 85 947.46 120 145.93 63 248.12 110 297.48 123 659.10 164 249.64 171 257.53 86 611.86 87 293.77 72 671.77 127 168.68 235 824.28 192 684.95 201 073.43 208 589.75 64 996.18 214 836.41 139 478.98 162 636.37 4 207 735.00

Road Grant Road Split Bridge Split $ $ 156 826.47 22 550.84 50 497.14 3 218.93 115 425.68 3 599.31 199 001.96 11 264.48 151 552.29 11 665.45 197 987.53 14 417.59 154 701.62 2 192.84 83 684.39 11 508.46 112 083.78 1 350.63 183 199.20 18 714.21 85 639.54 2 985.09 79 470.09 7 673.60 92 985.26 5 404.80 123 615.97 3 666.38 134 540.63 8 835.67 151 318.12 17 752.69 122 983.54 11 478.32 100 412.67 2 602.96 143 022.92 6 491.09 78 083.41 4 865.45 257 057.87 11 123.24 227 406.72 21 392.19 244 186.36 20 747.83 96 944.51 9 836.65 164 646.58 20 354.53 51 070.48 3 937.87 136 124.28 9 799.37 62 384.39 6 177.46 119 657.50 5 853.17 3 876 510.90

281 461.10

4th Quarterly Payment 15 May 2013 * Total

Base Grant

$ 327 862.66 193 246.53 299 365.55 500 761.99 266 464.25 337 703.12 290 154.31 257 534.62 207 687.20 399 725.88 174 572.09 207 289.62 161 638.18 237 579.83 267 035.40 333 320.45 305 719.39 189 627.49 236 807.78 155 620.63 395 349.79 484 623.19 457 619.14 307 854.59 393 590.86 120 004.53 360 760.06 208 040.83 288 147.04

$ 148 485.42 139 530.52 180 340.66 290 495.67 103 246.55 125 298.07 133 259.92 162 341.83 94 252.84 197 812.56 85 947.51 120 145.98 63 248.15 110 297.54 123 659.17 164 249.70 171 257.63 86 611.90 87 293.80 72 671.82 127 168.76 235 824.40 192 685.03 201 073.51 208 589.85 64 996.23 214 836.50 139 479.03 162 636.45

8 365 707.00

4 207 737.00

Road Grant Road Split Bridge Split $ $ 156 826.51 22 550.85 50 497.16 3 218.93 115 425.69 3 599.32 199 001.95 11 264.48 151 552.33 11 665.46 197 987.59 14 417.60 154 701.64 2 192.84 83 684.41 11 508.46 112 083.79 1 350.63 183 199.24 18 714.21 85 639.57 2 985.09 79 470.10 7 673.60 92 985.30 5 404.80 123 616.01 3 666.38 134 540.66 8 835.67 151 318.17 17 752.69 122 983.57 11 478.32 100 412.70 2 602.96 143 022.96 6 491.10 78 083.44 4 865.45 257 057.95 11 123.24 227 406.76 21 392.19 244 186.40 20 747.84 96 944.53 9 836.65 164 646.63 20 354.54 51 070.50 3 937.88 136 124.32 9 799.37 62 384.41 6 177.46 119 657.53 5 853.17 3 876 511.82

281 461.18

Total $ 327 862.78 193 246.61 299 365.67 500 762.10 266 464.34 337 703.26 290 154.40 257 534.70 207 687.26 399 726.01 174 572.17 207 289.68 161 638.25 237 579.93 267 035.50 333 320.56 305 719.52 189 627.56 236 807.86 155 620.71 395 349.95 484 623.35 457 619.27 307 854.69 393 591.02 120 004.61 360 760.19 208 040.90 288 147.15 8 365 710.00

* The Australian Government aims to make payments to jurisdictions on or around the due date by EFT.

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2012-13 Model Summary A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61

BGM Outcomes 2012-13 Base Grant Pool Minimum Grant (MG) Pool Relative Needs (RN) Pool

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5 139 103 723

22 699 458 145

34 346 854 10 304 056 24 042 798

CALCULATION OF BASE GRANT: MINIMUM GRANT AND RELATIVE NEEDS COMPONENTS 6 512 131 435

16 654 336 136

19 921 402 075

21 779 439 576

Population (Jun11) Per Capita Minimum Grant

510 519 10 304 056

Assessed Revenue OGS by Inclusion 3 yr average minimum grant Revenue Capacity

431 654 856 59 174 700 9 372 370 500 201 927

Assessed Expenditure Allowances Budget Result Term Expenditure Requirement

536 694 181 13 207 235 13 452 481 19 933 148 23 746 215 0 0 0 0 310 000 - 162 755 - 416 235 - 497 888 - 544 325 -12 759 456 524 244 724 13 044 480 13 036 246 19 435 260 23 201 890

7 733 397 8 741 710 14 033 258 14 357 199 1 836 461 1 321 054 1 607 745 2 325 707 118 906 287 372 371 634 404 939 9 688 764 10 350 136 16 012 638 17 087 845

2 303 46 483

8 242 166 352

53 558 1 080 987

25 639 517 485

7 351 148 369

884 17 842

6 894 139 145

6 079 694 19 075 211 845 084 1 931 092 186 469 474 766 7 111 248 21 481 069

6 839 899 2 184 894 137 470 9 162 263

1 298 152 737 619 16 804 2 052 574

8 660 057 14 663 468 40 298 468 10 990 546 23 098 181 14 031 509 60 000 0 0 0 0 0 - 57 559 - 205 993 -1 338 581 - 254 530 - 640 798 - 183 724 8 662 498 14 457 475 38 959 887 10 736 016 22 457 383 13 847 784

4 647 049 9 223 124 43 381 359 1 454 622 2 389 580 1 864 797 43 764 155 174 971 121 6 145 435 11 767 878 46 217 278

10 184 205 549

4 497 90 765

15 544 313 732

6 229 125 723

12 726 256 855

13 647 275 444

6 152 124 169

5 548 650 1 046 931 127 287 6 722 869

7 258 656 32 268 230 73 414 614 11 889 803 1 127 246 7 704 816 3 670 801 2 157 535 83 724 836 136 935 878 279 917 8 469 625 40 809 183 78 021 293 14 327 254

4 411 924 1 282 610 115 829 5 810 363

8 425 667 50 946 989 14 980 241 12 135 818 1 155 695 4 670 070 2 986 924 2 847 668 175 788 1 227 460 363 818 235 883 9 757 150 56 844 519 18 330 983 15 219 368

7 897 827 1 413 676 240 620 9 552 122

4 739 227 1 648 839 112 034 6 500 100

3 003 635 9 308 711 501 470 1 528 754 43 863 263 618 3 548 967 11 101 083

3 788 648 14 942 959 992 567 2 775 828 97 925 414 134 4 879 140 18 132 921

4 241 648 35 000 - 22 094 4 254 555

9 636 246 0 - 172 302 9 463 944

9 664 600 34 369 633 41 275 556 18 443 043 10 358 702 60 000 0 0 60 000 30 000 - 112 394 -1 119 491 -1 254 404 - 388 493 - 155 682 9 612 206 33 250 141 40 021 152 18 114 550 10 233 020

5 546 815 28 415 299 11 522 827 58 348 341 24 047 376 19 895 444 14 680 553 11 834 178 35 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 41 838 - 870 385 - 255 904 -1 650 270 - 493 539 - 318 062 - 341 081 - 153 758 5 539 976 27 544 914 11 266 923 56 698 071 23 553 837 19 577 381 14 339 472 11 680 420

5 228 688 16 631 585 30 000 0 - 60 258 - 351 353 5 198 430 16 280 232

8 767 215 21 705 124 0 0 - 128 440 - 567 319 8 638 776 21 137 805

24 042 798 81 083 186 24 042 798 100.0%

3 355 716 3 355 716 995 037 4.1%

2 686 110 2 686 110 796 486 3.3%

3 422 622 3 422 622 1 014 876 4.2%

6 114 045 6 114 045 1 812 937 7.5%

2 517 063 2 517 063 746 360 3.1%

2 689 597 2 689 597 797 520 3.3%

-7 257 390 0 0 0.0%

3 624 768 3 624 768 1 074 817 4.5%

976 314 976 314 289 497 1.2%

4 685 522 4 685 522 1 389 352 5.8%

2 201 981 2 201 981 652 932 2.7%

2 741 075 2 741 075 812 784 3.4%

1 142 581 1 142 581 338 798 1.4%

Total Base Grant (Before Cap/Collar) 34 346 854 Total Base Grant (After 15% Cap/10% Collar) 34 346 854

1 126 472 1 126 190

1 132 621 1 132 396

1 416 952 1 416 664

2 252 514 2 252 000

792 842 792 631

963 872 963 646

1 080 987 1 080 987

1 280 366 1 280 061

806 981 806 899

1 537 720 1 537 327

670 774 670 589

951 929 951 699

429 563 429 468

294 695 599

5 171 623

5 065 205 13 466 000

9 901 765

2 070 258

5 501 796 28 903 259

4 402 776 17 371 507

4 493 000

967 492

3 182 186 34 456 389 85 578 351 23 150 303 -8 958 821 11 222 872 -3 716 719 439 610 160

0 730 837 715 473 318 392 8 542 187 464 - 27 120 7 105 211

27 915 1 346 000 0 748 233 1 760 000 1 177 905 1 780 069 6 795 866 3 132 593 312 482 508 000 365 469 - 18 228 -1 438 134 24 133 0 61 000 178 383 42 902 - 58 000 90 670 7 958 578 22 440 732 14 870 918

0 438 199 339 271 319 241 0 277 581 26 608 3 471 158

44 096 0 673 273 4 085 943 1 752 055 4 056 344 589 848 3 293 097 0 193 538 551 088 325 106 28 394 - 469 013 9 140 550 40 388 274

16 749 0 367 414 2 925 498 1 179 476 2 482 390 120 923 929 611 0 - 772 317 0 714 295 - 76 042 - 789 436 6 011 296 22 861 547

0 860 000 1 257 000 1 190 000 0 0 - 44 000 7 756 000

0 120 604 637 886 416 958 - 93 813 0 70 542 2 119 669

Assessed Deficit Relative Needs Requirements Relative Needs Grant Relative Needs Share

44 792 904 059

50 190 1 013 009

-7 559 041 -38 000 141 0 0 0 0 0.0% 0.0%

1 674 33 787

34 825 702 890

2 585 422 28 697 784 857 930 2 306 686 32 226 617 811 3 475 578 31 622 281

10 239 206 659

66 029 1 332 696

19 747 398 563

2 411 48 662

14 058 283 740

3 787 296 3 787 296 1 123 009 4.7%

4 422 656 4 422 656 1 311 407 5.5%

2 064 398 2 064 398 612 136 2.5%

-4 077 368 0 0 0.0%

1 509 773 1 509 773 447 678 1.9%

- 146 448 0 0 0.0%

5 222 854 5 222 854 1 548 681 6.4%

4 358 013 4 358 013 1 292 239 5.4%

4 787 350 4 787 350 1 419 546 5.9%

5 180 320 5 180 320 1 536 069 6.4%

1 649 463 1 649 463 489 099 2.0%

5 179 149 5 179 149 1 535 722 6.4%

3 759 636 3 759 636 1 114 808 4.6%

3 004 885 3 004 885 891 009 3.7%

1 013 009 1 013 009

1 436 742 1 436 424

1 437 130 1 436 758

645 923 645 749

702 890 702 890

654 337 661 019

1 332 696 1 332 696

1 947 245 1 946 806

1 549 094 1 548 728

1 694 990 1 694 588

1 660 238 1 659 803

537 761 537 623

1 819 462 1 819 027

1 218 531 1 218 215

1 349 154 1 348 902

4 866 146

4 322 000 19 817 453 47 392 840

7 523 973

3 563 679

1 371 240 16 948 667

4 468 147 40 550 138

7 522 508

6 119 252

7 140 969

2 981 373

2 916 000

6 250 707

3 871 365

9 754 461

0 694 675 511 875 182 170 1 824 1 030 434 - 182 356 7 104 768

196 000 0 0 0 859 000 1 159 200 4 535 970 445 225 1 349 325 10 423 348 14 653 507 2 386 968 201 427 1 400 752 2 218 050 581 023 740 248 061 -4 177 421 0 0 1 553 934 571 955 3 392 330 25 307 -1 103 733 - 73 238 13 119 6 953 800 33 499 015 65 121 663 14 342 639

0 438 533 270 879 280 262 1 765 388 878 - 132 000 4 811 996

0 0 197 205 1 225 406 1 617 224 3 922 000 188 067 1 092 000 - 8 811 28 000 0 0 - 4 051 156 000 3 360 874 23 372 073

0 442 757 0 643 377 3 475 561 775 990 1 495 852 12 351 706 1 215 428 336 807 3 953 955 1 090 632 3 133 -2 969 965 0 479 052 939 862 0 - 62 032 125 100 - 274 955 7 364 336 58 869 114 10 329 603

60 724 270 696 541 312 1 429 103 2 265 986 1 243 181 606 555 779 225 474 19 798 0 0 - 556 805 - 154 296 9 037 498 10 728 676

310 346 171 223 711 494 351 661 0 571 510 - 28 426 5 069 181

0 512 000 657 000 151 000 0 0 5 000 4 241 000

0 718 878 2 732 241 480 556 - 4 594 0 - 220 028 9 957 760

359 110 107 793 1 053 823 1 692 002 1 555 188 2 086 726 277 619 614 520 - 12 568 7 022 0 0 - 118 293 73 463 6 986 244 14 335 987

904 059 904 059

CALCULATION OF ASSESSED REVENUE 2010-11 General Rates W&S Adjustment Special Rates Garbage Charges User Fees - net of Water and Parking Total Interest Received Fines (Net of Parking) Current Revenue NEC Profit on Sale of Assets Total Revenue Assessed (all RID) Adjusted Rateable AAV Total Revenue in the Dollar Assessed Revenue 2010-11 Assessed Revenue 2009-10 Assessed Revenue 2008-09 Assessed Revenue (3 Yr Avg)

3857 211 005 67 761 220 76 675 175 121 436 063 0.1140 439 610 160 7 722 813 8 738 746 13 840 188 421 071 652 7 494 309 8 402 116 13 451 032 434 282 755 7 983 069 9 084 269 14 808 554 431 654 856 7 733 397 8 741 710 14 033 258

126 609 096 40 058 594 81 453 589 373 936 862 56 152 835 168 249 488 58 019 046 11 105 788 48 144 010 62 973 484 303 213 070 640 930 181 105 216 137 39 781 921 22 133 259 261 546 187 75 670 533 478 055 740 131 511 486 109 123 897 79 795 984 41 730 409 28 381 708 85 521 105 31 932 977 130 091 163 14 429 764 13 569 964 15 071 869 14 357 199

4 565 518 4 654 492 4 721 138 4 647 049

9 283 346 9 030 128 9 355 899 9 223 124

42 617 955 41 666 685 45 859 438 43 381 359

6 399 794 5 644 558 6 194 729 6 079 694

19 175 561 18 828 282 19 221 790 19 075 211

6 612 488 6 672 089 7 235 119 6 839 899

1 265 738 1 236 796 1 391 921 1 298 152

5 487 021 5 302 523 5 856 407 5 548 650

7 177 150 6 898 265 7 700 552 7 258 656

34 557 494 30 235 894 32 011 303 32 268 230

73 047 448 75 341 547 71 854 846 73 414 614

11 991 587 12 012 270 11 665 551 11 889 803

4 533 985 4 390 477 4 311 311 4 411 924

3 148 106 0 1 392 691 2 445 216 58 737 18 580 683 186 326 702 0.001 0.002 0.000 0.002 0.002 22 861 547 7 756 000 2 119 669 7 104 768 6 953 800 22 858 400 7 755 894 2 119 669 7 103 376 6 953 108 168 226 322 58 018 255 11 105 788 48 134 579 62 967 224 0.136 0.134 0.191 0.148 0.110 168 249 488 58 019 046 11 105 788 48 144 010 62 973 484

3 919 5 000 262 0.001 33 499 015 33 495 096 303 177 595 0.110 303 213 070

10 800 33 468 584 0.000 65 121 663 65 110 863 640 823 884 0.102 640 930 181

GLE

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2 522 549 2 493 496 2 740 220 2 585 422

29 808 678 29 136 213 27 148 462 28 697 784

8 624 246 8 334 379 8 318 377 8 425 667

54 484 486 48 467 135 49 889 346 50 946 989

330 272 488 774 232 196 0.001 0.001 23 372 073 7 364 336 23 371 743 7 364 064 261 542 499 75 667 743 0.089 0.097 261 546 187 75 670 533

2 206 4 985 476 0.000 58 869 114 58 866 909 478 037 830 0.123 478 055 740

14 988 494 14 490 607 15 461 621 14 980 241

12 436 959 11 744 897 12 225 597 12 135 818

9 094 427 6 983 933 7 615 119 7 897 827

4 756 056 4 718 304 4 743 320 4 739 227

3 234 691 2 745 468 3 030 745 3 003 635

9 746 925 8 887 263 9 291 946 9 308 711

3 639 433 3 833 508 3 893 003 3 788 648

14 826 619 14 405 024 15 597 233 14 942 959

370 74 94 3 340 413 221 550 52 160 224 604 1 092 650 119 350 0.002 0.001 0.000 0.003 0.003 10 728 676 5 069 181 4 241 000 9 957 760 6 986 244 10 728 306 5 069 107 4 240 906 9 954 420 6 985 831 79 793 231 41 729 801 28 381 082 85 492 422 31 931 089 0.134 0.121 0.149 0.116 0.219 79 795 984 41 730 409 28 381 708 85 521 105 31 932 977

1 736 1 581 894 0.001 14 335 987 14 334 251 130 075 413 0.110 130 091 163

DERIVATION OF ADJUSTED RATEABLE AAV 2010-11 Revenue from Partially Exempt Partially Exempt (PE) AAV PE average revenue in the dollar Total Revenue Assessed Revenue from fully rateable properties Fully Rateable (FR) AAV FR average revenue in the dollar 'Equivalent' fully rateable AAV

50 799 432 62 67 324 861 275 563 251 220 0.001 0.002 0.000 439 610 160 7 105 211 7 958 578 439 559 361 7 104 779 7 958 516 3856 765 137 67 757 099 76 674 578 0.114 0.105 0.104 3857 211 005 67 761 220 76 675 175

ALL

BRE

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4 292 1 956 310 0.002 22 440 732 22 436 440 121 412 835 0.185 121 436 063

BUR

289 1 524 1 011 2 043 621 447 686 1 238 792 0.000 0.003 0.001 14 870 918 3 471 158 9 140 550 14 870 629 3 469 634 9 139 540 126 606 639 40 041 010 81 444 584 0.117 0.087 0.112 126 609 096 40 058 594 81 453 589

62 RPM Outcomes 2012-13 63 64 Road Grant Pool 65 66 Road Preservation Requirement ($) 67 Bridge Preservation Requirement ($)

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127 894 862 9 036 127

4 818 690 692 903

1 755 776 111 921

4 153 614 129 522

6 660 955 377 043

4 455 269 342 936

5 939 088 432 489

68 Total Expenditure Requirement ($)

136 930 989

5 511 593

1 867 697

4 283 136

7 037 997

4 798 205

6 371 577

11 087 380 4 959 341 432 935 0.002 0.001 40 388 274 6 011 296 40 377 187 6 010 917 373 834 217 56 149 289 0.108 0.107 373 936 862 56 152 835

CLA

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645 408 615 1 905 728 623 690 323 681 0.000 0.001 0.002 14 342 639 4 811 996 3 360 874 14 341 994 4 811 588 3 360 260 105 211 403 39 778 545 22 129 212 0.136 0.121 0.152 105 216 137 39 781 921 22 133 259

KI

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LAT

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494 672 917 586 948 788 0.001 0.001 10 329 603 9 037 498 10 329 109 9 036 826 131 505 194 109 115 782 0.079 0.083 131 511 486 109 123 897

DER

DEV

DOR

MEA

NM

SOR

SM

TAS

WW

WC

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5 634 856 79 872

2 442 963 335 962

4 269 522 51 448

5 655 743 577 747

2 499 567 87 126

2 613 782 252 386

3 141 654 182 610

4 876 333 144 629

5 844 176 383 804

4 623 394 542 418

3 758 800 350 817

2 904 361 75 289

4 639 448 210 561

2 583 204 160 962

9 578 017 414 453

7 208 260 678 082

7 780 421 661 081

3 156 725 320 303

4 808 151 594 411

1 625 101 125 306

4 405 167 317 121

2 123 597 210 284

3 938 228 192 643

5 714 728

2 778 925

4 320 970

6 233 490

2 586 693

2 866 168

3 324 264

5 020 962

6 227 980

5 165 812

4 109 617

2 979 649

4 850 009

2 744 166

9 992 470

7 886 342

8 441 502

3 477 028

5 402 561

1 750 407

4 722 288

2 333 880

4 130 871

35 699 423

69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

% Share of Exp Req

100.0%

4.0%

1.4%

3.1%

5.1%

3.5%

4.7%

4.2%

2.0%

3.2%

4.6%

1.9%

2.1%

2.4%

3.7%

4.5%

3.8%

3.0%

2.2%

3.5%

2.0%

7.3%

5.8%

6.2%

2.5%

3.9%

1.3%

3.4%

1.7%

3.0%

35 699 423

1 436 933

486 929

1 116 661

1 834 884

1 250 945

1 661 141

1 489 893

724 496

1 126 525

1 625 140

674 380

747 242

866 672

1 309 020

1 623 703

1 346 784

1 071 422

776 828

1 264 451

715 434

2 605 148

2 056 057

2 200 793

906 500

1 408 507

456 350

1 231 153

608 468

1 076 964

2 984 4 381 6 855 14 220

95 130 327 552

69 75 27 171

132 168 46 346

136 406 124 666

16 79 657 752

37 254 477 768

263 148 58 469

32 65 233 330

187 73 14 274

46 199 494 739

7 67 312 385

69 106 98 273

82 78 185 345

254 38 18 310

302 0 5 307

46 137 523 706

41 226 205 472

11 36 389 436

129 138 270 537

58 166 60 284

358 140 216 714

111 483 255 849

106 466 400 972

88 86 201 375

30 153 620 803

41 31 126 198

72 209 254 535

76 23 96 195

91 201 165 457

Total Unadjusted Cost ($) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

53 224 344 32 545 782 33 393 952 119 164 078

1 656 277 963 836 1 589 311 4 209 424

1 202 980 556 059 131 228 1 890 267

2 465 063 1 245 573 223 573 3 934 209

2 371 091 3 010 135 602 674 5 983 900

278 952 585 716 3 193 203 4 057 870

645 076 1 883 188 2 318 353 4 846 617

4 635 308 1 097 291 281 896 6 014 495

557 904 481 918 1 132 445 2 172 267

3 479 924 541 231 68 044 4 089 199

801 987 1 475 411 2 400 977 4 678 375

113 324 496 746 1 513 977 2 124 047

1 202 980 785 897 476 307 2 465 184

1 429 628 578 302 899 151 2 907 081

4 594 302 281 737 87 485 4 963 524

5 583 605 0 25 954 5 609 559

797 628 1 016 921 2 541 828 4 356 378

714 814 1 675 592 996 357 3 386 763

188 292 268 391 1 892 398 2 349 082

2 249 049 1 086 460 1 387 404 4 722 913

1 012 944 1 230 003 292 589 2 535 536

6 516 211 1 037 236 1 051 278 8 604 725

1 935 228 3 581 023 1 239 371 6 755 622

1 848 056 3 454 983 1 944 111 7 247 150

1 534 235 637 615 976 916 3 148 766

523 035 1 134 361 3 013 372 4 670 768

719 609 229 838 610 708 1 560 155

1 255 283 1 549 552 1 234 511 4 039 346

1 325 021 170 525 466 587 1 962 133

1 586 539 1 490 239 801 946 3 878 724

Total Adjusted Cost ($) Urban Sealed Urban Unsealed Rural Sealed Total Roads

54 214 408 36 759 154 36 921 300 127 894 862

1 692 134 1 256 851 1 869 705 4 818 690

1 093 999 530 136 131 640 1 755 776

2 505 584 1 384 936 263 095 4 153 614

2 740 015 3 303 353 617 586 6 660 955

257 259 653 167 3 544 842 4 455 269

657 585 2 729 898 2 551 605 5 939 088

4 305 335 1 051 966 277 556 5 634 856

560 379 580 322 1 302 262 2 442 963

3 655 878 547 147 66 496 4 269 522

806 102 1 961 777 2 887 864 5 655 743

122 842 615 530 1 761 195 2 499 567

1 286 833 853 077 473 872 2 613 782

1 437 434 643 383 1 060 838 3 141 654

4 506 848 280 690 88 795 4 876 333

5 817 232 0 26 945 5 844 176

776 473 1 082 260 2 764 661 4 623 394

709 746 1 989 983 1 059 071 3 758 800

210 391 360 894 2 333 076 2 904 361

2 194 545 1 101 438 1 343 465 4 639 448

1 045 961 1 252 593 284 651 2 583 204

6 985 321 1 205 005 1 387 691 9 578 017

1 911 016 4 043 902 1 253 342 7 208 260

1 839 751 3 807 718 2 132 951 7 780 421

1 452 821 630 435 1 073 469 3 156 725

493 169 1 174 731 3 140 251 4 808 151

711 340 268 066 645 694 1 625 101

1 455 625 1 678 043 1 271 500 4 405 167

1 405 979 206 737 510 881 2 123 597

1 576 810 1 565 116 796 302 3 938 228

Total Road Grant Road Lengths Reported (km) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

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2012-13 Model Summary A 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152

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1 767 197 1 933 816 1.26 2 441 089

5 486 527 4 868 530 0.94 4 568 003

2 170 000 1 395 864 1.53 2 130 159

568 020 167 861 3.44 577 201

1 627 354 1 309 086 1.54 2 016 968

2 376 266 853 925 1.97 1 680 427

8 369 821 8 505 449 0.77 6 516 181

9 883 078 9 530 463 0.76 7 226 972

2 872 444 2 951 614 1.17 3 449 849

1 185 911 1 182 810 1.51 1 789 629

547 575 317 872 2.85 904 975

6 061 414 6 612 839 0.87 5 723 180

CALCULATION OF ASSESSED EXPENDITURE IN BASE GRANT MODEL General Administration Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Education Health Housing & Welfare Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Law Order and Public Safety Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Planning & Community Amenities Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Waste Management & the Environment Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Recreation & Culture Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Other Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure

96 941 269 96 941 269 96 941 269

26 014 184 26 014 184 26 014 184

6 349 485 6 349 485 6 349 485

50 599 752 50 599 752 50 599 752

71 562 072 71 562 072 71 562 072

96 572 210 96 572 210 96 572 210

36 634 841 36 634 841 36 634 841

835 619 1 236 549 1.75 2 163 168

2 050 814 3 162 389 1.04 3 278 139

5 394 136 3 782 753 1.03 3 881 868

3 038 818 4 135 564 1.00 4 148 295

1 337 142 437 311 2.51 1 099 784

2 767 770 9 025 885 1 565 054 10 170 004 1.48 0.73 2 318 732 7 474 182

409 163 331 828 1.14 378 013

60 952 848 627 1.06 902 535

3 202 620 1 015 101 1.14 1 159 775

996 072 1 109 778 1.05 1 163 912

30 226 117 352 1.09 127 922

0 419 982 0.95 397 249

1 901 606 2 729 120 0.94 2 556 757

619 375 518 939 1.06 551 997

956 878 1 306 470 1.08 1 408 491

83 000 374 580 0.99 370 943

228 834 45 045 0.90 40 455

259 972 351 293 1.12 392 941

770 778 229 151 1.01 230 481

2 544 887 2 282 437 1.05 2 405 609

3 663 891 2 557 499 0.91 2 333 324

3 271 234 792 065 1.01 799 875

417 452 317 407 1.12 354 375

436 983 85 301 0.95 80 690

366 433 1 774 555 0.88 1 564 367

311 392 521 742 1.01 528 748

0 80 992 1.24 100 229

89 750 207 131 1.00 207 658

0 247 764 1.10 271 987

227 704 270 872 1.02 276 019

408 622 28 643 1.42 40 599

460 521 102 508 0.99 101 562

711 183 666 118 0.92 615 999

145 740 126 662 1.05 132 661

194 297 318 880 1.02 325 160

0 91 427 1.05 95 939

0 10 995 0.95 10 407

76 122 85 743 1.11 95 492

129 227 55 931 1.33 74 647

558 310 557 092 0.97 540 548

543 643 624 229 0.87 540 334

362 408 193 326 1.11 214 056

43 837 77 472 1.19 92 377

0 20 820 0.94 19 538

343 199 433 129 0.89 386 659

69 448 127 346 1.01 128 851

1 527 725 645 433 1.48 952 933

1 254 790 1 650 650 0.89 1 462 699

1 183 450 1 974 457 0.96 1 891 683

1 907 464 2 158 611 0.95 2 060 430

135 295 228 260 1.99 453 707

673 782 816 900 1.24 1 015 296

2 032 618 5 308 366 0.86 4 554 730

429 811 1 009 380 1.03 1 035 466

3 158 251 2 541 192 0.91 2 310 584

444 000 728 589 1.26 918 695

384 931 87 617 1.96 171 541

2 021 976 683 294 1.19 812 157

304 982 445 717 1.78 792 301

1 717 280 4 439 529 0.82 3 629 205

9 052 316 4 974 549 0.93 4 601 696

1 499 666 1 540 633 1.17 1 794 930

282 840 617 383 1.20 743 086

263 357 165 917 1.79 296 806

1 159 877 912 821 1.39 1 269 144

998 157 2 334 477 0.90 2 094 189

3 004 998 2 792 429 0.94 2 633 878

3 206 982 3 052 874 0.93 2 854 365

548 303 322 823 1.97 634 635

730 266 1 155 323 1.17 1 355 742

8 185 749 7 507 500 0.88 6 591 175

1 026 310 1 427 544 1.03 1 465 391

3 121 976 3 593 950 0.90 3 248 307

947 000 1 030 427 1.23 1 272 213

71 430 123 915 1.74 215 913

1 469 166 966 367 1.17 1 128 678

1 275 399 630 368 1.75 1 101 138

7 060 379 11 548 579 6 278 725 7 035 390 0.83 0.95 5 241 640 6 684 304

1 222 133 2 178 882 1.17 2 539 987

496 792 873 151 1.19 1 037 257

637 266 1 231 841 1.38 1 697 285

513 039 3 150 350 0.79 2 481 070

7 608 652 3 768 351 0.97 3 652 778

2 929 126 4 119 820 0.86 3 526 296

313 128 435 646 1.89 822 976

1 029 645 5 759 074 1 559 096 10 131 287 1.14 0.87 1 784 046 8 806 938

1 410 254 1 926 454 0.93 1 786 327

4 271 667 4 849 996 0.92 4 464 442

1 140 000 1 390 550 1.16 1 616 294

18 374 167 222 1.86 310 909

0 1 304 102 1.09 1 421 482

328 809 850 674 1.68 1 428 286

5 307 764 24 784 500 8 473 068 9 494 180 0.83 0.94 7 021 867 8 889 405

1 296 158 2 940 377 1.07 3 135 849

954 358 467 301 1.00 467 301

1 374 398 1 195 091 1.00 1 195 091

541 884 1 429 531 1.00 1 429 531

2 290 316 1 562 861 1.00 1 562 861

0 165 263 1.00 165 263

644 646 730 804 1.00 730 804

2 811 080 1 839 855 1.00 1 839 855

194 000 527 508 1.00 527 508

220 195 63 436 1.00 63 436

945 216 494 713 1.00 494 713

666 530 322 705 1.00 322 705

4 046 988 3 214 274 1.00 3 214 274

430 768 591 446 1.00 591 446

1 047 951 3 843 322 1.00 3 843 322

4 337 906 3 601 634 1.00 3 601 634

1 779 782 9 098 352 1 944 260 12 538 094 1.33 0.70 2 580 374 8 799 160

2 043 185 3 749 712 1.03 3 874 421

1 961 576 2 416 511 1.20 2 904 556

2 556 717 2 591 397 1.21 3 131 941

1 577 320 1 168 189 1.54 1 795 195

2 817 436 457 819 2.42 1 108 463

2 616 654 2 669 441 1.19 3 176 614

1 909 052 975 833 1.86 1 813 502

3 215 406 4 310 260 1.01 4 368 244

1 931 597 3 364 597 1.01 3 397 563

249 978 1 006 235 0.95 957 398

527 692 648 470 0.93 605 042

339 363 695 401 0.99 689 584

15 227 313 483 1.06 331 309

155 995 122 856 1.03 126 461

1 555 647 716 344 1.05 749 497

297 646 261 865 1.15 301 323

409 290 1 156 658 0.96 1 107 545

556 846 821 223 0.98 808 775

317 038 245 600 1.04 255 385

119 057 158 277 0.97 153 240

193 030 169 732 1.00 169 469

103 238 76 514 1.22 93 595

0 29 986 1.25 37 400

354 647 174 844 1.06 185 345

151 576 63 915 1.31 83 618

190 042 282 315 1.03 291 938

2 688 044 3 451 657 0.94 3 251 587

860 341 10 027 288 1 014 832 6 544 421 1.10 0.89 1 118 318 5 806 666

1 404 332 1 957 211 1.08 2 112 092

1 492 498 1 261 329 1.08 1 367 506

823 766 1 352 613 1.07 1 453 212

699 253 609 751 1.31 797 407

159 309 238 965 1.80 431 280

829 584 1 393 349 1.08 1 503 822

927 476 509 349 1.66 845 979

2 413 327 2 249 796 1.07 2 413 939

327 306 234 653 1.49 349 121

4 148 338 4 881 599 0.96 4 686 475

1 006 231 1 435 253 1.09 1 567 379

9 987 738 9 255 624 0.90 8 326 506

1 647 874 2 768 038 1.07 2 958 746

1 666 117 1 783 869 1.08 1 931 564

1 761 059 1 912 970 1.08 2 072 480

545 401 862 357 1.28 1 102 328

51 391 337 962 1.77 596 732

1 265 279 1 970 582 1.05 2 073 524

912 517 720 360 1.56 1 122 338

2 169 325 3 181 835 1.07 3 406 923

545 310 1 178 307 1.11 1 302 057

66 236 316 662 1.69 535 253

4 592 778 6 587 663 0.84 5 556 398

1 632 244 22 150 810 1 936 858 12 490 361 1.00 1.23 1 943 428 15 338 475

1 682 510 3 735 437 0.98 3 662 789

1 342 354 2 407 311 0.99 2 372 638

887 031 2 581 532 0.98 2 519 037

596 552 1 163 742 1.21 1 407 168

28 697 456 076 1.71 778 159

2 032 553 2 659 278 0.98 2 607 965

1 108 364 972 118 1.56 1 518 761

2 559 315 4 293 851 0.97 4 183 831

981 110 1 115 437 1.00 1 115 437

351 088 446 993 1.00 446 993

1 155 236 120 126 1.00 120 126

735 429 2 499 042 1.00 2 499 042

4 593 452 1 417 045 1.00 1 417 045

938 711 913 218 1.00 913 218

916 095 979 309 1.00 979 309

1 297 354 441 467 1.00 441 467

16 000 173 013 1.00 173 013

731 406 1 008 802 1.00 1 008 802

640 021 368 775 1.00 368 775

773 640 1 628 880 1.00 1 628 880

834 913 734 751 1.00 734 751

2 164 151 4 738 241 1.00 4 738 241

Total Non-roads Expenditure Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Assessed Expenditure

384 673 814 384 673 814 384 673 814

5 524 008 6 341 900 20 935 740 14 596 482 4 906 763 12 548 716 15 010 386 16 410 380 7 028 073 11 621 381 14 921 499 15 592 178

2 772 716 1 735 300 3 344 886

6 092 753 28 664 066 6 210 311 40 355 717 7 564 074 34 443 103

6 043 333 20 000 676 7 673 599 19 318 873 8 143 734 18 164 841

4 978 000 5 538 946 6 931 751

1 491 784 666 090 1 389 861

6 399 806 5 194 599 6 362 432

5 851 991 29 605 429 63 813 913 11 505 152 3 388 470 33 750 574 37 817 944 11 712 335 5 629 985 28 569 324 33 877 670 13 049 983

3 323 230 4 693 524 5 765 773

2 796 693 18 935 635 1 261 352 26 240 484 2 306 510 23 667 708

6 494 351 55 916 782 11 938 369 8 048 005 7 477 061 7 715 041 49 752 560 14 879 277 9 588 985 10 282 954 8 601 848 47 215 387 15 237 876 10 247 764 11 015 032

4 834 344 4 635 505 5 968 469

3 228 828 9 385 770 1 816 678 10 592 641 3 251 507 11 305 570

5 946 652 11 730 345 3 872 214 17 103 596 6 054 295 17 401 300

Roads Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Assessed Expenditure

174 375 920 174 375 920

6 010 588 7 018 785

3 213 629 2 378 435

7 286 191 5 454 396

4 324 530 8 962 597

4 058 936 6 110 314

5 629 146 15 043 421 8 113 938 7 277 469

2 382 534 3 538 845

7 318 395 5 502 576

4 753 000 7 938 090

1 907 829 3 294 046

2 390 883 3 649 946

1 804 683 14 531 884 22 163 296 4 233 311 6 393 987 7 931 073

5 261 545 5 233 426

1 792 132 3 794 460

9 588 651 6 176 285

2 119 096 15 162 469 5 004 176 5 329 820 3 494 582 12 724 995 10 042 929 10 749 901

4 517 510 4 427 851

3 770 150 6 879 937

1 079 516 2 229 070

3 779 147 6 013 637

3 191 969 2 972 100

4 593 585 5 260 492

All Expenditure Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Assessed Expenditure 2010-11 Assessed Expenditure 2009-10 Assessed Expenditure 2008-09 Assessed Expenditure (3 Yr Avg)

559 049 734 559 049 734 542 890 210 508 142 597 536 694 181

11 534 596 14 046 857 13 189 461 12 385 387 13 207 235

9 555 529 13 999 816 13 688 004 12 669 624 13 452 481

28 221 931 20 375 895 20 275 276 19 148 271 19 933 148

18 921 012 24 554 775 24 024 017 22 659 853 23 746 215

6 831 652 9 455 200 8 560 978 7 963 993 8 660 057

8 425 867 11 682 579 10 987 378 10 301 680 10 990 546

27 319 071 23 667 416 23 719 228 21 907 899 23 098 181

9 731 000 14 869 841 13 955 578 13 269 107 14 031 509

17 872 361 8 584 776 19 628 430 10 999 199 18 590 029 10 399 578 17 110 670 9 677 328 18 443 043 10 358 702

4 588 825 6 100 970 5 414 955 5 124 518 5 546 815

28 524 286 29 843 993 28 700 601 26 701 302 28 415 299

11 994 571 15 442 882 14 875 650 13 723 127 14 680 553

8 604 494 12 848 407 11 706 014 10 948 112 11 834 178

4 308 344 5 480 578 5 287 341 4 918 147 5 228 688

13 164 917 17 319 207 16 804 050 15 771 499 16 631 585

9 138 621 9 026 395 8 823 930 8 451 321 8 767 215

16 323 930 22 661 793 21 926 185 20 527 394 21 705 124

11 721 898 15 678 012 14 523 041 13 789 351 14 663 468

43 707 487 41 720 571 41 021 621 38 153 212 40 298 468

3 399 613 8 790 689 4 683 908 10 012 378 4 192 598 9 731 190 3 848 439 9 165 171 4 241 648 9 636 246

7 656 674 9 863 296 9 712 133 9 418 371 9 664 600

ITEM 13.4

44 137 313 34 963 311 35 059 399 33 086 188 34 369 633

85 977 209 41 808 743 42 422 783 39 595 142 41 275 556

6 367 209 6 578 447

8 613 447 12 096 429 11 688 568 10 783 485 11 522 827

71 079 251 59 940 382 59 495 968 55 608 673 58 348 341

16 942 545 25 280 805 24 168 575 22 692 749 24 047 376

13 377 825 20 997 665 19 946 081 18 742 585 19 895 444


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2011-12 Model Summary A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

BGM Outcomes 2011-12 Base Grant Pool Minimum Grant (MG) Pool Relative Needs (RN) Pool

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

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P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

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AA

AB

AC

AD

AE

ALL

BRE

BRI

BUR

CC

CH

CIR

CLA

DER

DEV

DOR

FLI

GEO

GLA

GLE

HOB

HUO

KEN

KI

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LAT

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5 251 104 822

22 476 448 672

33 778 989 10 133 697 23 645 292

CALCULATION OF BASE GRANT: MINIMUM GRANT AND RELATIVE NEEDS COMPONENTS Population (Jun10) Per Capita Minimum Grant

507 643 10 133 697

6 514 130 034

16 358 326 542

19 892 397 089

21 747 434 119

Assessed Revenue OGS by Inclusion 3 yr average minimum grant Revenue Capacity

417 337 050 49 716 447 9 008 206 476 061 703

7 615 509 1 760 528 114 896 9 490 932

Assessed Revenue Allowances Budget Result Term Expenditure Requirement

511 106 932 12 409 254 12 639 212 19 284 229 22 601 565 0 0 0 0 280 000 - 149 875 - 376 368 - 457 679 - 500 359 -11 679 937 499 706 995 12 259 378 12 262 845 18 826 550 22 101 207

8 668 943 14 092 686 14 391 849 913 954 1 458 620 2 168 086 268 103 357 396 389 959 9 851 000 15 908 703 16 949 893

2 322 46 352

8 263 164 948

52 935 1 056 702

25 551 510 055

7 355 146 822

900 17 966

6 892 137 580

5 901 870 18 316 250 833 944 1 607 725 178 843 458 254 6 914 657 20 382 228

6 862 377 2 137 281 131 415 9 131 072

1 321 436 697 855 16 199 2 035 490

8 059 212 13 711 756 38 140 995 10 280 040 21 955 232 13 290 438 60 000 0 0 0 0 0 - 53 425 - 190 117 -1 217 938 - 232 797 - 587 882 - 169 225 8 065 787 13 521 640 36 923 058 10 047 243 21 367 351 13 121 213

4 470 355 8 911 475 43 595 710 1 435 134 2 216 154 1 662 784 42 313 149 095 935 857 5 947 802 11 276 724 46 194 351

10 118 201 978

4 507 89 970

44 716 892 632

50 078 999 670

15 372 306 860

6 286 125 483

12 654 252 602

13 407 267 634

6 146 122 688

5 570 158 928 393 122 697 6 621 248

7 381 420 30 966 097 69 738 961 11 035 428 1 020 680 4 583 740 2 788 734 1 872 073 80 375 812 940 901 801 269 239 8 482 475 36 362 776 73 429 496 13 176 740

4 125 740 1 246 931 110 024 5 482 696

2 616 805 26 412 744 815 716 1 813 193 30 575 590 928 3 463 096 28 816 864

7 873 365 48 725 622 14 684 883 11 715 759 988 820 3 780 740 2 636 877 2 685 968 167 305 1 188 109 348 173 227 178 9 029 489 53 694 471 17 669 933 14 628 904

7 541 658 1 190 811 225 261 8 957 730

4 478 769 1 700 303 106 685 6 285 756

2 889 911 8 884 756 469 721 1 468 645 41 855 252 015 3 401 487 10 605 416

3 709 076 14 837 439 847 897 1 985 142 93 133 397 585 4 650 106 17 220 166

3 912 105 35 000 - 20 707 3 926 398

9 160 845 0 - 158 572 9 002 273

9 299 382 32 994 158 41 506 732 17 165 490 60 000 0 0 60 000 - 103 698 -1 028 833 -1 152 203 - 353 682 9 255 684 31 965 325 40 354 529 16 871 809

9 717 023 0 - 144 629 9 572 393

5 145 685 26 949 300 10 847 943 56 061 094 22 885 725 18 773 566 13 750 619 10 964 545 35 000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 38 723 - 786 212 - 230 542 -1 514 536 - 453 123 - 291 145 - 308 471 - 141 408 5 141 962 26 163 088 10 617 402 54 546 558 22 432 602 18 482 420 13 442 148 10 823 137

4 932 984 15 776 497 30 000 0 - 55 519 - 324 323 4 907 465 15 452 174

8 379 889 20 511 416 0 0 - 120 816 - 517 132 8 259 073 19 994 284

34 171 682 130

10 020 200 022

65 826 1 314 035

19 694 393 137

3 695 068 3 695 068 1 196 162 5.1%

4 089 698 4 089 698 1 323 910 5.6%

1 678 866 1 678 866 543 480 2.3%

-2 653 776 0 0 0.0%

1 587 912 1 587 912 514 036 2.2%

852 087 852 087 275 836 1.2%

4 762 669 4 762 669 1 541 764 6.5%

3 853 516 3 853 516 1 247 454 5.3%

4 484 418 4 484 418 1 451 689 6.1%

4 537 381 4 537 381 1 468 834 6.2%

1 505 978 1 505 978 487 513 2.1%

4 846 758 4 846 758 1 568 985 6.6%

3 608 968 3 608 968 1 168 289 4.9%

2 774 118 2 774 118 898 033 3.8%

999 670 999 670

1 503 021 1 516 812

1 449 393 1 499 923

577 076 597 819

682 130 682 130

714 058 734 466

1 589 871 1 457 826

1 934 900 1 993 745

1 500 056 1 547 668

1 719 323 1 304 635

1 591 522 1 647 583

535 682 490 284

1 850 373 1 910 256

1 273 111 1 317 701

1 346 705 1 356 188

7 138 990

5 780 462

6 749 021

2 819 283

2 739 761

6 339 230

3 540 144

9 032 339

57 955 262 442 394 163 1 349 272 2 066 004 1 179 196 449 083 728 372 3 220 44 353 0 66 636 -1 396 967 - 28 873 7 353 920 10 350 419

294 654 161 840 635 087 260 250 0 29 826 - 7 459 4 193 481

0 483 168 1 164 262 58 346 0 0 0 4 445 537

0 651 277 2 311 007 354 307 0 0 - 442 272 9 213 549

311 037 107 012 1 020 767 1 559 584 1 507 430 2 240 120 241 142 779 447 6 226 5 017 0 0 - 31 389 - 17 626 6 595 357 13 705 893

23 645 292 73 042 779 23 645 292 100.0%

2 768 446 2 768 446 896 197 3.8%

2 411 845 2 411 845 780 759 3.3%

2 917 847 2 917 847 944 561 4.0%

5 151 313 5 151 313 1 667 575 7.1%

2 117 985 2 117 985 685 631 2.9%

2 244 916 2 244 916 726 721 3.1%

-9 271 293 0 0 0.0%

3 132 586 3 132 586 1 014 076 4.3%

985 122 985 122 318 902 1.3%

3 990 140 3 990 140 1 291 682 5.5%

1 890 908 1 890 908 612 122 2.6%

2 381 025 2 381 025 770 782 3.3%

773 209 773 209 250 302 1.1%

Total Base Grant (Before Cap/Collar) 33 778 989 Total Base Grant (After 15% Cap/10% Collar) 33 778 989

1 026 231 1 060 436

1 107 301 1 137 100

1 341 650 1 207 769

2 101 694 2 165 341

731 983 758 152

891 669 919 405

1 056 702 1 056 702

1 216 054 1 254 758

828 958 841 129

1 438 504 1 487 804

630 088 653 451

908 362 937 780

340 272 349 825

274 242 398

4 626 941

4 729 778 12 891 000

9 422 684

1 951 098

5 269 896 27 079 875

4 198 962 16 124 645

4 422 000

877 479

4 828 651

4 049 000 16 851 227 44 262 327

6 888 337

3 511 032

1 327 245 14 495 345

4 223 902 38 071 745

2 982 201 32 755 413 84 853 588 20 330 918 41 042 10 781 706 -4 915 613 421 071 652

0 981 105 791 391 280 367 6 196 - 282 605 - 16 593 6 386 802

29 344 1 307 000 0 693 958 1 676 000 1 032 609 2 160 996 6 530 000 3 075 043 294 176 516 000 395 284 0 - 464 000 13 589 0 0 482 823 308 304 0 - 62 972 8 216 556 22 456 000 14 359 060

0 421 086 395 742 245 943 0 524 098 - 18 483 3 519 484

14 942 0 648 569 4 027 575 1 736 687 3 976 471 545 174 2 774 343 0 145 668 169 023 684 524 - 43 931 225 654 8 340 360 38 914 110

16 879 0 344 100 2 752 712 1 095 868 2 474 161 126 354 673 662 0 120 611 0 835 839 - 38 642 -2 204 495 5 743 521 20 777 135

0 712 000 1 228 000 828 000 0 0 - 171 000 7 019 000

0 111 168 683 565 363 768 0 0 0 2 035 980

0 661 147 620 732 143 678 1 854 188 947 9 877 6 454 886

154 000 0 0 0 810 000 986 757 4 531 497 402 060 1 644 911 9 138 955 14 690 469 2 238 670 161 520 938 431 1 952 129 484 940 886 65 824 45 880 0 0 1 548 885 547 519 3 332 813 0 -1 055 190 - 239 403 0 6 820 317 28 474 889 65 790 418 13 346 820

0 428 474 312 190 201 085 0 420 403 0 4 873 184

0 0 167 402 1 174 115 1 581 180 4 257 124 109 670 1 264 343 2 648 0 0 0 - 22 363 61 191 3 165 782 21 252 118

0 426 936 0 551 188 3 263 722 758 098 1 536 382 12 323 993 1 257 951 206 255 4 087 773 867 076 3 310 39 760 0 356 820 1 876 155 0 - 95 554 375 885 - 3 312 6 782 303 60 465 969 10 018 803

Assessed Deficit Relative Needs Requirements Relative Needs Grant Relative Needs Share

-4 397 451 -33 074 967 0 0 0 0 0.0% 0.0%

1 683 33 596

892 632 892 632

2 413 48 169

14 096 281 388

CALCULATION OF ASSESSED REVENUE 2009-10 General Rates W&S Adjustment Special Rates Garbage Charges User Fees - net of Water and Parking Total Interest Received Fines (Net of Parking) Current Revenue NEC Profit on Sale of Assets Total Revenue Assessed (all RID) Adjusted Rateable AAV Total Revenue in the Dollar Assessed Revenue 2009-10 Assessed Revenue 2008-09 Assessed Revenue 2007-08 Assessed Revenue (3 Yr Avg)

3656 938 361 65 086 851 72 970 998 116 820 007 0.1151 421 071 652 7 494 309 8 402 116 13 451 032 434 282 755 7 983 069 9 084 269 14 808 554 396 656 743 7 369 148 8 520 444 14 018 474 417 337 050 7 615 509 8 668 943 14 092 686

117 852 912 40 423 503 78 425 182 361 868 339 49 022 062 163 520 548 57 946 002 10 741 370 46 051 544 59 910 302 262 593 792 654 328 997 104 324 595 38 130 570 21 655 603 253 043 241 72 382 719 420 929 133 125 848 551 102 002 505 60 654 314 40 977 699 23 843 937 77 184 424 33 293 389 125 105 273 13 569 964 15 071 869 14 533 714 14 391 849

4 654 492 4 721 138 4 035 435 4 470 355

9 030 128 9 355 899 8 348 398 8 911 475

41 666 685 45 859 438 43 261 006 43 595 710

5 644 558 6 194 729 5 866 324 5 901 870

18 828 282 19 221 790 16 898 677 18 316 250

6 672 089 7 235 119 6 679 922 6 862 377

1 236 796 1 391 921 1 335 590 1 321 436

5 302 523 5 856 407 5 551 543 5 570 158

6 898 265 7 700 552 7 545 442 7 381 420

30 235 894 32 011 303 30 651 093 30 966 097

75 341 547 12 012 270 71 854 846 11 665 551 62 020 491 9 428 464 69 738 961 11 035 428

4 390 477 4 311 311 3 675 434 4 125 740

134 969 3 163 131 29 032 18 022 2 209 084 62 315 12 254 613 125 403 110 0.061 0.051 0.011 0.047 0.045 20 777 135 7 019 000 2 035 980 6 454 886 6 820 317 20 642 166 7 015 837 2 035 849 6 425 854 6 802 296 162 458 313 57 919 890 10 740 679 45 844 419 59 751 999 0.127 0.121 0.190 0.140 0.114 163 520 548 57 946 002 10 741 370 46 051 544 59 910 302

406 582 5 124 162 0.079 28 474 889 28 068 307 258 844 317 0.108 262 593 792

612 485 29 937 885 0.020 65 790 418 65 177 934 648 237 436 0.101 654 328 997

GLE

HOB

HUO

KEN

2 493 496 2 740 220 2 616 698 2 616 805

29 136 213 27 148 462 22 953 556 26 412 744

8 334 379 8 318 377 6 967 338 7 873 365

48 467 135 49 889 346 47 820 386 48 725 622

14 490 607 15 461 621 14 102 422 14 684 883

11 744 897 12 225 597 11 176 783 11 715 759

6 983 933 7 615 119 8 025 921 7 541 658

4 718 304 4 743 320 3 974 682 4 478 769

2 745 468 3 030 745 2 893 521 2 889 911

8 887 263 9 291 946 8 475 060 8 884 756

3 833 508 3 893 003 3 400 716 3 709 076

14 405 024 15 597 233 14 510 061 14 837 439

11 594 4 087 2 658 53 226 7 546 362 852 54 767 462 714 1 050 490 86 668 0.032 0.075 0.006 0.051 0.087 10 350 419 4 193 481 4 445 537 9 213 549 6 595 357 10 338 825 4 189 394 4 442 880 9 160 323 6 587 811 60 586 372 40 937 762 23 829 684 76 738 539 33 255 297 0.171 0.102 0.186 0.119 0.198 60 654 314 40 977 699 23 843 937 77 184 424 33 293 389

32 880 1 606 028 0.020 13 705 893 13 673 014 124 805 155 0.110 125 105 273

DERIVATION OF ADJUSTED RATEABLE AAV 2009-10 Revenue from Partially Exempt Partially Exempt (PE) AAV PE average revenue in the dollar Total Revenue Assessed Revenue from fully rateable properties Fully Rateable (FR) AAV FR average revenue in the dollar 'Equivalent' fully rateable AAV

RPM Outcomes 2011-12 Road Grant Pool Road Preservation Requirement ($) Bridge Preservation Requirement ($) Total Expenditure Requirement ($)

3 674 522 16 243 11 643 77 930 528 410 826 226 300 0.047 0.040 0.051 421 071 652 6 386 802 8 216 556 417 397 130 6 370 560 8 204 914 3626 992 704 64 921 326 72 867 601 0.115 0.098 0.113 3656 938 361 65 086 851 72 970 998

ALL

BRE

BRI

78 914 1 721 617 0.046 22 456 000 22 377 086 116 409 482 0.192 116 820 007

BUR

28 563 25 858 36 524 2 103 495 405 059 1 207 301 0.014 0.064 0.030 14 359 060 3 519 484 8 340 360 14 330 498 3 493 627 8 303 836 117 618 484 40 126 514 78 081 744 0.122 0.087 0.106 117 852 912 40 423 503 78 425 182

CC

CH

CIR

216 636 31 109 4 804 052 560 795 0.045 0.055 38 914 110 5 743 521 38 697 475 5 712 413 359 853 812 48 756 545 0.108 0.117 361 868 339 49 022 062

CLA

DER

DEV

DOR

FLI

GEO

GLA

45 709 9 880 19 351 1 448 711 512 739 331 246 0.032 0.019 0.058 13 346 820 4 873 184 3 165 782 13 301 111 4 863 304 3 146 431 103 967 317 38 053 264 21 523 233 0.128 0.128 0.146 104 324 595 38 130 570 21 655 603

KI

23 040 13 674 544 038 244 450 0.042 0.056 21 252 118 6 782 303 21 229 078 6 768 629 252 768 910 72 236 786 0.084 0.094 253 043 241 72 382 719

KIN

LAT

5 712 904 0 0

2 266 627 0 0

5 383 756 0 0

8 187 616 0 0

4 851 281 0 0

6 640 174 0 0

7 379 397 0 0

2 703 716 0 0

5 735 651 0 0

6 522 392 0 0

2 664 971 0 0

3 248 473 0 0

3 942 012 0 0

6 734 831 0 0

8 589 667 0 0

5 243 133 0 0

4 311 504 0 0

3 079 600 0 0

5 528 006 0 0

100.0% 35 052 032

3.8% 1 322 525

1.4% 500 139

3.4% 1 177 547

5.2% 1 826 945

3.1% 1 099 445

4.3% 1 491 826

4.5% 1 585 203

1.8% 631 875

3.5% 1 236 791

4.3% 1 502 793

1.7% 588 041

2.1% 732 872

2.5% 869 727

4.2% 1 470 447

5.5% 1 930 590

3.5% 1 232 586

2.8% 980 875

1.9% 670 551

3.5% 1 225 040

2.0% 705 246

2 971 4 393 6 961 14 323

93 128 327 548

69 75 27 171

132 168 46 346

134 406 124 664

16 79 657 752

37 254 478 769

259 138 63 460

32 65 233 330

187 69 13 269

46 199 494 739

6 67 312 385

69 106 98 273

83 78 192 353

254 38 18 310

320 0 5 325

46 137 523 706

41 238 173 452

11 36 389 436

129 137 271 537

58 166 64 287

Total Unadjusted Cost ($) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

74 319 630 37 194 260 33 604 289 145 118 179

2 273 990 1 083 798 1 573 916 4 931 705

1 687 154 635 038 130 589 2 452 781

3 459 400 1 422 485 222 485 5 104 369

3 276 502 3 437 672 599 435 7 313 610

391 224 668 907 3 177 050 4 237 181

904 706 2 150 662 2 311 907 5 367 275

6 418 521 1 168 470 303 482 7 890 473

782 448 550 366 1 125 708 2 458 523

4 842 866 584 235 62 876 5 489 977

1 124 769 1 684 967 2 386 535 5 196 272

146 709 567 301 1 508 108 2 222 117

1 687 154 897 520 473 070 3 057 745

2 029 475 660 440 923 730 3 613 644

6 457 155 321 753 86 446 6 865 354

8 281 726 0 22 651 8 304 377

1 118 657 1 161 357 2 526 152 4 806 166

1 002 512 2 015 187 836 430 3 854 129

268 967 304 818 1 879 609 2 453 394

Total Adjusted Cost ($) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

75 614 988 42 000 246 38 546 402 156 161 636

2 323 301 1 421 704 1 967 900 5 712 904

1 534 260 605 528 126 839 2 266 627

3 513 661 1 582 428 287 667 5 383 756

3 785 326 3 775 182 627 108 8 187 616

360 801 745 587 3 744 893 4 851 281

921 642 3 120 730 2 597 802 6 640 174

5 961 235 1 118 637 299 525 7 379 397

785 926 621 317 1 296 473 2 703 716

5 081 910 592 543 61 198 5 735 651

1 131 244 2 243 260 3 147 888 6 522 392

159 031 703 875 1 802 064 2 664 971

1 801 998 973 511 472 965 3 248 473

2 040 668 737 537 1 163 807 3 942 012

6 327 342 321 241 86 248 6 734 831

8 567 080 0 22 587 8 589 667

1 089 161 1 238 179 2 915 793 5 243 133

995 218 2 377 852 938 433 4 311 504

300 167 409 103 2 370 330 3 079 600

Road Lengths Reported (km) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

LAU

MEA

NM

SOR

SM

TAS

WW

WC

WT

35 052 032 156 161 636 0 0

% Share of Exp Req Total Road Grant

1 740 187 27 080 33 743 19 133 070 1 137 946 1 153 434 0.091 0.024 0.029 60 465 969 10 018 803 7 353 920 58 725 782 9 991 724 7 320 177 408 814 957 125 508 399 101 534 475 0.144 0.080 0.072 420 929 133 125 848 551 102 002 505

ITEM 13.4

3 183 547 12 806 330 0 0 0 0

8 568 098 0 0

9 189 440 0 0

3 860 738 0 0

5 225 092 0 0

1 934 007 0 0

5 238 958 0 0

2 713 169 0 0

4 716 546 0 0

8.0% 2 817 067

5.6% 1 950 193

6.0% 2 097 613

2.5% 881 242

3.5% 1 228 915

1.2% 434 423

3.4% 1 190 228

1.8% 614 402

3.0% 1 056 883

365 140 233 738

111 483 255 849

106 466 403 975

84 73 247 404

30 153 620 803

19 59 179 257

72 209 254 535

76 23 96 195

86 203 167 456

3 154 245 1 160 003 1 310 725 5 624 973

1 408 407 9 313 580 1 402 164 1 185 404 307 909 1 126 934 3 118 480 11 625 918

2 723 898 4 089 645 1 228 660 8 042 203

2 591 860 3 945 703 1 945 177 8 482 739

2 053 927 618 104 1 183 309 3 855 340

733 545 1 295 478 2 994 724 5 023 747

464 579 499 563 865 449 1 829 591

1 760 509 1 769 639 1 225 318 4 755 466

1 858 315 194 745 459 414 2 512 473

2 102 830 1 718 836 806 491 4 628 157

3 076 191 1 177 782 1 274 033 5 528 006

1 453 007 9 942 306 1 426 282 1 375 216 304 259 1 488 807 3 183 547 12 806 330

2 689 192 4 626 972 1 251 934 8 568 098

2 577 360 4 347 596 2 264 484 9 189 440

1 943 686 607 774 1 309 278 3 860 738

690 405 1 338 740 3 195 947 5 225 092

459 651 552 710 921 647 1 934 007

2 036 810 1 915 845 1 286 303 5 238 958

1 971 421 233 763 507 985 2 713 169

2 094 989 1 809 352 812 205 4 716 546


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2011-12 Model Summary A 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

AA

AB

AC

AD

AE

ALL

BRE

BRI

BUR

CC

CH

CIR

CLA

DER

DEV

DOR

FLI

GEO

GLA

GLE

HOB

HUO

KEN

KI

KIN

LAT

LAU

MEA

NM

SOR

SM

TAS

WW

WC

WT

1 517 717 1 970 858 1.26 2 485 307

8 093 563 4 977 011 0.94 4 665 076

1 796 403 1 432 661 1.52 2 179 447

487 518 175 309 3.44 602 478

1 835 633 1 342 474 1.54 2 065 465

8 114 644 9 754 560 0.76 7 393 489

4 053 490 2 994 271 1.17 3 504 378

1 431 384 1 224 433 1.51 1 847 762

473 627 327 827 2.79 914 487

4 969 788 6 656 078 0.87 5 781 775

CALCULATION OF ASSESSED EXPENDITURE IN BASE GRANT MODEL General Administration Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Education Health Housing & Welfare Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Law Order and Public Safety Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Planning & Community Amenities Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Waste Management & the Environment Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Recreation & Culture Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Other Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure

98 882 430 98 882 430 98 882 430

26 066 994 26 066 994 26 066 994

6 933 168 6 933 168 6 933 168

43 859 204 43 859 204 43 859 204

69 609 411 69 609 411 69 609 411

93 251 573 93 251 573 93 251 573

38 219 447 38 219 447 38 219 447

4 328 869 1 268 845 1.75 2 217 856

794 007 3 186 331 1.04 3 324 580

4 277 050 3 874 710 1.02 3 968 949

3 260 994 4 236 040 1.00 4 240 729

1 457 778 452 296 2.51 1 136 830

1 680 292 8 893 739 1 609 528 10 311 068 1.48 0.74 2 376 225 7 594 407

3 097 100 10 442 719 877 907 8 710 111 1.96 0.77 1 721 955 6 665 973

0 334 488 1.14 381 739

- 10 000 839 968 1.10 923 935

2 519 000 1 021 436 1.15 1 171 590

1 368 610 1 116 688 1.06 1 178 184

25 437 119 233 1.08 128 799

2 589 424 297 0.93 393 955

1 567 386 2 718 163 0.95 2 577 760

506 852 519 550 1.07 554 712

975 116 1 312 020 1.08 1 411 964

- 155 000 377 672 0.98 370 685

142 927 46 214 0.92 42 641

117 369 353 898 1.09 385 276

723 291 231 430 0.99 229 326

2 551 731 2 296 125 1.08 2 474 397

3 637 893 2 571 459 0.91 2 352 465

5 005 234 789 338 1.00 786 778

738 456 322 780 1.12 361 661

48 906 86 420 0.92 79 403

633 620 1 754 649 0.88 1 540 891

291 880 514 518 1.03 528 834

246 130 88 965 1.24 110 741

789 955 223 410 1.03 231 114

0 271 676 1.10 299 177

213 497 297 011 1.03 304 489

419 582 31 713 1.43 45 233

236 070 112 852 0.97 109 892

563 485 722 963 0.93 674 474

110 115 138 187 1.05 145 013

327 993 348 964 1.02 354 601

2 000 100 451 1.05 105 129

0 12 292 0.97 11 922

78 273 94 128 1.08 101 977

127 655 61 555 1.35 83 019

535 435 610 712 0.99 604 958

441 917 683 944 0.87 594 407

233 373 209 944 1.10 230 514

31 262 85 851 1.20 102 930

208 171 22 986 0.91 20 927

335 437 466 693 0.89 415 020

208 883 562 795 1.48 834 056

1 311 921 1 413 294 0.88 1 248 862

1 022 000 1 718 624 0.96 1 644 323

1 981 931 1 878 891 0.95 1 792 537

336 543 200 616 2.02 404 898

147 312 713 904 1.24 887 022

2 084 812 4 573 464 0.86 3 910 320

516 873 874 172 1.02 895 279

3 133 236 2 207 548 0.91 2 003 313

693 000 635 455 1.27 804 801

330 237 77 758 1.98 153 817

866 605 595 453 1.19 707 658

440 752 389 395 1.81 703 304

1 817 799 3 863 361 0.81 3 144 082

8 693 180 4 326 626 0.93 4 005 984

538 128 1 328 106 1.17 1 553 459

344 283 543 096 1.21 654 990

132 264 145 407 1.75 254 175

610 097 893 218 1.40 1 247 198

863 718 2 243 054 0.89 2 006 766

3 289 000 2 727 646 0.94 2 569 616

2 345 031 2 982 009 0.93 2 787 186

402 350 318 399 2.00 635 736

608 874 1 133 045 1.17 1 329 550

8 182 924 7 258 593 0.87 6 350 976

728 909 1 387 408 1.02 1 421 979

4 133 704 3 503 624 0.90 3 160 899

753 000 1 008 538 1.24 1 250 998

71 932 123 410 1.76 217 638

1 407 668 945 050 1.17 1 103 796

1 027 738 618 012 1.78 1 097 332

7 373 582 12 262 397 6 131 581 6 866 834 0.83 0.95 5 096 695 6 530 118

430 131 2 107 851 1.17 2 467 139

476 820 861 954 1.19 1 026 178

178 702 1 196 590 1.34 1 604 152

623 663 3 004 886 0.74 2 230 426

6 889 000 3 654 065 1.00 3 642 290

3 102 676 3 994 819 0.81 3 246 401

369 454 426 540 1.88 800 569

578 465 1 517 873 1.10 1 671 341

5 790 870 9 723 904 0.83 8 115 049

1 382 142 1 858 628 0.88 1 640 719

4 754 148 4 693 596 0.89 4 163 349

1 206 000 1 351 078 1.13 1 520 109

14 365 165 326 1.84 303 664

970 740 1 266 027 1.05 1 325 593

287 930 827 914 1.66 1 378 278

4 381 216 22 861 585 8 214 114 9 199 087 0.79 1.15 6 516 791 10 554 098

1 112 995 2 823 762 1.03 2 903 655

1 127 249 490 426 1.00 490 426

2 254 742 1 231 562 1.00 1 231 562

500 000 1 497 630 1.00 1 497 630

2 245 384 1 637 289 1.00 1 637 289

88 097 174 819 1.00 174 819

3 379 518 622 105 1.00 622 105

1 058 301 3 985 372 1.00 3 985 372

718 725 761 764 1.00 761 764

951 135 1 923 685 1.00 1 923 685

82 000 553 744 1.00 553 744

234 445 67 759 1.00 67 759

835 653 518 885 1.00 518 885

602 639 339 323 1.00 339 323

4 262 838 3 366 580 1.00 3 366 580

5 463 216 3 770 275 1.00 3 770 275

1 865 726 10 950 628 1 951 769 12 822 071 1.34 0.70 2 605 898 8 998 134

2 020 627 3 836 142 1.03 3 960 281

1 887 791 2 464 839 1.20 2 957 148

2 330 936 2 611 514 1.21 3 166 450

1 361 000 1 197 163 1.54 1 838 929

203 539 470 022 2.42 1 137 462

1 868 093 2 745 722 1.19 3 257 189

2 158 465 1 022 828 1.79 1 834 766

3 229 311 4 378 040 1.01 4 439 006

1 458 162 3 380 104 0.99 3 340 043

477 458 1 011 269 0.94 948 000

536 038 649 771 0.93 602 082

364 908 688 437 1.00 689 575

179 968 315 591 1.04 327 346

398 978 123 905 1.01 124 537

1 567 477 723 816 1.06 769 749

37 615 269 634 1.11 300 376

355 092 1 154 122 0.94 1 090 293

30 116 136 849 1.03 140 636

399 854 899 023 0.96 866 064

0 268 972 1.03 275 907

80 255 172 823 0.96 165 582

756 829 183 107 1.01 184 743

105 248 83 939 1.20 101 021

78 225 32 956 1.25 41 055

206 899 192 517 1.08 207 171

199 026 71 716 1.29 92 209

176 366 306 967 1.02 313 243

2 624 230 2 952 297 0.94 2 783 541

959 387 865 705 1.11 957 470

6 829 340 5 687 217 0.89 5 045 895

1 034 805 1 701 517 1.08 1 836 075

1 325 088 1 093 277 1.08 1 181 205

1 132 561 1 158 334 1.08 1 246 697

842 310 531 000 1.31 694 712

221 534 208 478 1.83 381 323

1 190 287 1 217 862 1.08 1 312 335

704 619 453 674 1.62 734 497

2 395 284 1 941 875 1.07 2 082 576

405 004 230 778 1.45 334 172

4 349 305 4 685 622 0.96 4 502 312

949 348 1 373 970 1.10 1 506 174

9 365 840 9 026 243 0.90 8 120 422

1 451 289 2 700 496 1.07 2 886 780

1 561 784 1 735 151 1.08 1 872 492

1 393 780 1 838 405 1.09 1 995 349

516 397 842 757 1.28 1 077 905

313 050 330 877 1.79 592 338

1 230 228 1 932 882 1.05 2 030 913

919 190 720 032 1.52 1 091 963

2 186 320 3 081 971 1.07 3 298 789

543 134 1 154 708 1.06 1 229 351

24 173 309 159 1.61 496 704

4 859 262 6 277 048 0.86 5 410 300

2 712 722 20 223 521 1 840 626 12 091 919 0.96 1.23 1 775 492 14 867 900

1 617 054 3 617 693 1.00 3 611 036

1 293 469 2 324 479 0.94 2 182 777

534 214 2 462 801 0.93 2 302 465

635 775 1 128 991 1.17 1 317 444

269 358 443 256 1.69 748 082

2 619 094 2 589 367 0.94 2 424 128

899 209 964 583 1.48 1 425 276

2 516 638 4 128 733 0.93 3 844 135

673 025 1 157 328 1.00 1 157 328

646 091 473 261 1.00 473 261

684 231 126 710 1.00 126 710

715 343 2 572 668 1.00 2 572 668

2 249 912 1 482 723 1.00 1 482 723

1 038 144 952 695 1.00 952 695

1 307 037 1 009 387 1.00 1 009 387

186 318 462 720 1.00 462 720

0 181 670 1.00 181 670

455 271 1 061 260 1.00 1 061 260

354 892 395 338 1.00 395 338

565 849 1 692 174 1.00 1 692 174

842 116 754 386 1.00 754 386

4 697 276 4 955 911 1.00 4 955 911

Total Non-roads Expenditure Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Assessed Expenditure

376 822 226 376 822 226 376 822 226

6 699 930 6 628 006 18 496 050 14 518 123 4 835 327 12 142 506 14 765 786 16 142 748 6 886 168 11 197 245 14 793 575 15 186 815

3 099 240 1 723 615 3 326 883

6 633 120 28 141 517 6 133 606 39 293 528 7 390 090 33 208 359

5 481 333 22 368 895 7 510 568 18 966 448 7 904 773 17 682 887

4 377 403 5 459 600 6 784 914

1 281 424 668 068 1 399 919

6 111 943 5 115 916 6 208 650

6 307 105 31 365 320 61 474 832 12 046 376 3 345 536 33 192 583 37 172 784 11 410 600 5 552 537 27 869 476 35 200 835 12 603 250

4 211 430 4 666 083 5 696 132

1 976 376 18 486 985 1 249 287 25 365 054 2 226 577 23 006 507

7 651 295 53 924 621 8 851 145 7 437 823 48 862 488 14 618 811 8 268 891 46 194 368 15 000 801

7 722 569 7 820 265 9 393 035 9 951 985 9 913 981 10 594 666

3 827 014 4 562 162 5 820 077

1 484 685 9 137 350 1 791 164 10 463 428 3 206 467 11 062 746

5 273 016 11 424 859 3 897 805 16 683 883 5 874 424 16 760 215

Roads Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Assessed Expenditure

166 067 984 166 067 984

4 815 799 6 265 799

2 642 845 2 369 535

8 218 000 5 578 932

4 873 810 8 655 620

5 891 495 5 208 902

3 149 481 15 104 293 7 067 910 7 510 307

2 288 793 2 993 669

5 634 548 5 859 612

4 996 000 7 119 869

1 810 100 2 785 997

2 191 213 3 472 167

1 764 140 12 834 674 21 765 714 4 120 553 6 966 620 9 146 665

2 681 501 4 647 149

2 999 393 10 522 069 3 176 909 5 803 940

588 857 16 052 926 3 341 286 13 346 579

4 192 194 9 239 537

4 503 315 9 937 979

3 842 389 4 175 112

3 775 345 5 822 298

2 391 649 2 058 193

3 942 343 5 639 011

3 059 652 2 910 887

4 233 084 5 007 255

All Expenditure Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Assessed Expenditure 2009-10 Assessed Expenditure 2008-09 Assessed Expenditure 2007-08 Assessed Expenditure (3 Yr Avg)

542 890 210 542 890 210 508 142 597 482 287 989 511 106 932

11 515 729 13 151 967 12 362 539 11 713 254 12 409 254

9 270 851 13 566 780 12 609 079 11 741 778 12 639 212

26 714 050 20 372 507 19 215 193 18 264 986 19 284 229

19 391 933 23 842 435 22 477 008 21 485 252 22 601 565

8 990 735 8 535 785 7 945 132 7 696 718 8 059 212

9 782 601 14 458 000 13 725 292 12 951 976 13 711 756

43 245 810 7 770 126 28 003 443 40 718 666 10 898 442 23 542 499 37 904 631 10 228 916 21 713 763 35 799 689 9 712 762 20 609 435 38 140 995 10 280 040 21 955 232

9 373 403 13 904 783 13 220 029 12 746 502 13 290 438

3 091 524 4 185 916 3 841 788 3 708 613 3 912 105

8 303 156 9 680 817 9 120 016 8 681 703 9 160 845

8 071 245 9 673 090 9 387 306 8 837 749 9 299 382

44 199 994 34 836 096 32 889 968 31 256 411 32 994 158

83 240 546 44 347 500 41 294 297 38 878 399 41 506 732

75 373 1 199 610 453 101 122 960 1 851 044 1 724 046 1 706 493 1 760 528

2 818 455 211 155 198 1 070 158 1 683 385 547 852 510 625 913 954

49 705 1 073 251 373 165 255 653 1 751 774 1 352 011 1 272 075 1 458 620

90 534 1 661 482 600 570 0 2 352 586 2 168 620 1 983 050 2 168 086

59 319 996 403 381 127 18 1 436 867 1 437 331 1 431 203 1 435 134

167 452 1 334 309 508 808 648 868 2 659 437 1 992 600 1 996 424 2 216 154

170 710 1 396 242 541 893 104 857 2 213 702 2 121 050 2 077 090 2 137 281

0 521 616 193 938 28 949 744 503 688 249 660 815 697 855

27 995 670 547 241 337 194 387 1 134 266 858 161 792 752 928 393

19 915 27 791 831 140 1 345 964 292 465 448 093 43 8 869 548 1 143 563 10 691 396 1 013 691 1 578 957 904 786 1 480 866 1 020 680 4 583 740

69 884 1 631 301 562 385 2 096 507 4 360 077 2 053 488 1 952 636 2 788 734

5 302 363 5 839 693

17 348 738 6 892 931 18 442 943 10 343 281 16 991 082 9 618 595 16 062 445 9 189 191 17 165 490 9 717 023

4 975 769 5 403 486 5 112 988 4 920 580 5 145 685

29 009 054 28 810 447 26 803 723 25 233 731 26 949 300

8 240 152 11 610 177 10 714 065 10 219 588 10 847 943

69 977 547 59 540 948 55 646 002 52 996 332 56 061 094

13 043 339 24 240 337 22 756 355 21 660 483 22 885 725

12 225 884 19 851 959 18 658 780 17 809 957 18 773 566

11 662 654 14 769 778 13 642 510 12 839 568 13 750 619

7 602 359 11 642 375 10 894 965 10 356 296 10 964 545

3 876 333 5 264 659 4 897 183 4 637 109 4 932 984

13 079 693 16 701 756 15 677 483 14 950 252 15 776 497

8 332 668 8 785 311 8 406 061 7 948 295 8 379 889

15 657 943 21 767 470 20 387 845 19 378 933 20 511 416

0 607 741 224 402 52 136 884 279 794 096 768 774 815 716

11 645 1 105 530 387 402 1 200 254 2 704 831 1 394 768 1 339 979 1 813 193

24 064 668 324 234 231 487 436 1 414 055 821 621 730 784 988 820

200 420 2 548 430 884 153 1 259 262 4 892 265 3 304 665 3 145 291 3 780 740

74 808 1 778 349 663 041 730 761 3 246 959 2 398 413 2 265 259 2 636 877

110 241 1 901 826 715 234 179 480 2 906 781 2 650 666 2 500 456 2 685 968

22 084 768 847 283 064 506 049 1 580 044 1 019 149 973 240 1 190 811

18 910 1 119 693 441 001 28 1 579 632 1 721 231 1 800 045 1 700 303

9 077 391 941 116 552 1 517 571 443 606 447 987 469 721

42 451 1 063 700 395 441 32 035 1 533 627 1 463 537 1 408 771 1 468 645

4 586 500 331 181 880 525 125 1 211 922 668 832 662 936 847 897

32 718 958 255 350 527 2 198 581 3 540 081 1 249 823 1 165 521 1 985 142

CALCULATION OF OTHER GRANT SUPPORT (OGS) HVMTR (AUG 2009 RECOMMENDATION) ROAD GRANT (8/2009 RECOMMEND PMT) ROADS TO RECOVERY W&S (Priority & Residual Dist) (09-10) OGS (EXCL MG) 2009-10 OGS (EXCL MG) 2008-09 OGS (EXCL MG) 2007-08 OGS - by Inclusion (3 Yr Avg)

1 500 000 31 487 907 11 400 000 22 517 050 66 904 957 41 983 402 40 260 981 49 716 447

17 403 1 420 995 468 521 528 1 907 446 1 614 358 1 466 547 1 662 784

35 114 570 675 220 470 60 826 319 842 184 833 330 833 944

48 561 1 009 961 331 456 1 081 028 2 471 006 1 201 848 1 150 321 1 607 725

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28 393 1 077 724 419 584 871 079 2 396 780 1 595 504 1 623 935 1 872 073

58 029 878 509 330 963 1 256 1 268 757 1 263 047 1 208 990 1 246 931


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CALCULATION OF BASE GRANT: MINIMUM GRANT AND RELATIVE NEEDS COMPONENTS Population (Jun10) Per Capita Minimum Grant

0.57% 1.68%

-0.03% 1.08%

1.81% 2.94%

0.15% 1.26%

0.15% 1.26%

-0.82% 0.28%

-0.25% 0.85%

1.18% 2.30%

0.65% 1.77%

0.34% 1.46%

-0.05% 1.05%

-1.78% -0.69%

0.03% 1.14%

-0.22% 0.88%

0.17% 1.28%

0.22% 1.33%

1.12% 2.24%

-0.91% 0.19%

-0.53% 0.57%

1.91% 3.04%

2.19% 3.32%

0.31% 1.42%

0.27% 1.38%

0.57% 1.68%

1.79% 2.92%

0.10% 1.21%

-0.08% 1.02%

-0.27% 0.84%

-2.13% -1.05%

0.99% 2.11%

Assessed Revenue OGS by Inclusion 3 yr average minimum grant Revenue Capacity

3.43% 19.02% 4.04% 5.07%

1.55% 4.31% 3.49% 2.08%

0.84% 44.54% 7.19% 5.07%

-0.42% 10.22% 3.98% 0.65%

-0.24% 7.27% 3.84% 0.81%

3.95% 1.36% 3.43% 3.32%

3.50% 7.83% 4.08% 4.36%

-0.49% 12.15% 3.77% 0.05%

3.01% 1.34% 4.26% 2.84%

4.14% 20.11% 3.60% 5.39%

-0.33% 2.23% 4.61% 0.34%

-1.76% 5.70% 3.73% 0.84%

-0.39% 12.77% 3.74% 1.53%

-1.66% 10.44% 4.17% -0.15%

4.21% 68.09% 2.85% 12.23%

5.27% 31.63% 3.78% 6.25%

7.74% 15.25% 3.97% 8.73%

6.94% 2.86% 5.28% 5.98%

-1.20% 5.18% 5.40% 0.36%

8.65% 27.22% 4.55% 9.74%

7.01% 16.88% 5.07% 8.06%

4.56% 23.52% 3.31% 5.87%

2.01% 13.28% 4.49% 3.74%

3.59% 6.02% 3.83% 4.04%

4.72% 18.72% 6.82% 6.64%

5.82% -3.03% 5.01% 3.41%

3.94% 6.76% 4.80% 4.34%

4.77% 4.09% 4.60% 4.67%

2.15% 17.06% 5.15% 4.93%

0.71% 39.83% 4.16% 5.30%

Assessed Expenditure Allowances Budget Result Term Expenditure Requirement

5.01% 10.71% 9.24% 4.91%

6.43% 8.59% 6.40%

6.43% 10.59% 6.31%

3.37% 8.79% 3.23%

5.06% 8.79% 4.98%

7.46% 0.00% 7.74% 7.40%

6.94% 8.35% 6.92%

5.66% 9.91% 5.52%

6.91% 9.34% 6.86%

5.21% 9.00% 5.10%

5.58% 8.57% 5.54%

8.42% 0.00% 6.70% 8.36%

5.19% 8.66% 5.13%

3.93% 0.00% 8.39% 3.85%

4.17% 8.81% 4.02%

-0.56% 8.87% -0.83%

7.44% 0.00% 9.84% 7.37%

6.60% 7.64% 6.90%

7.80% 0.00% 8.05% 7.74%

5.44% 10.71% 5.28%

6.22% 11.00% 6.12%

4.08% 8.96% 3.94%

5.08% 8.92% 5.00%

5.98% 9.25% 5.92%

6.76% 10.57% 6.68%

7.93% 8.73% 7.92%

5.99% 0.00% 8.54% 5.93%

5.42% 8.33% 5.36%

4.62% 6.31% 4.60%

5.82% 9.70% 5.72%

Assessed Deficit Relative Needs Requirements Relative Needs Grant Relative Needs Share

1.68% 11.01% 1.68% 0.00%

21.21% 21.21% 11.03% 9.19%

11.37% 11.37% 2.01% 0.33%

17.30% 17.30% 7.44% 5.67%

18.69% 18.69% 8.72% 6.92%

18.84% 18.84% 8.86% 7.06%

19.81% 19.81% 9.74% 7.93%

-21.72% -

15.71% 15.71% 5.99% 4.24%

-0.89% -0.89% -9.22% -10.72%

17.43% 17.43% 7.56% 5.78%

16.45% 16.45% 6.67% 4.90%

15.12% 15.12% 5.45% 3.71%

47.77% 47.77% 35.36% 33.12%

71.90% -

14.89% -

2.50% 2.50% -6.12% -7.67%

8.14% 8.14% -0.94% -2.58%

22.96% 22.96% 12.63% 10.77%

53.64% -

-4.92% -4.92% -12.91% -14.35%

-117.19% -100.00% -100.00% -100.00%

9.66% 9.66% 0.45% -1.21%

13.09% 13.09% 3.59% 1.88%

6.76% 6.76% -2.21% -3.83%

14.17% 14.17% 4.58% 2.85%

9.53% 9.53% 0.33% -1.33%

6.86% 6.86% -2.12% -3.74%

4.17% 4.17% -4.58% -6.16%

8.32% 8.32% -0.78% -2.42%

1.68% 1.68%

9.77% 6.20%

2.29% -0.41%

5.61% 17.30%

7.18% 4.00%

8.31% 4.55%

8.10% 4.81%

2.30% 2.30%

5.29% 2.02%

-2.65% -4.07%

6.90% 3.33%

6.46% 2.62%

4.80% 1.48%

26.24% 22.77%

1.28% 1.28%

1.33% 1.33%

-4.41% -5.30%

-0.85% -4.21%

11.93% 8.02%

3.04% 3.04%

-8.36% -10.00%

-16.18% -8.58%

0.64% -2.35%

3.27% 0.07%

-1.42% 29.89%

4.32% 0.74%

0.39% 9.66%

-1.67% -4.78%

-4.29% -7.55%

0.18% -0.54%

7.46% 6.71% 5.19% 0.85% 13.87% -21928.37% 4.09% -24.39% 4.40%

11.77% -25.51% -9.59% 13.56% 37.86% -166.33% 63.44% 11.25%

7.09% -4.87% 7.82% -17.63% 6.22% -86.08% -3.14%

4.46% 2.98% 5.01% 4.07% -1.55% 209.94% -0.07%

5.08% 14.07% 1.87% -7.54% 77.59% -63.05% -243.98% 3.56%

6.11% 4.06% -14.27% 29.80% -47.04% -243.96% -1.37%

4.40% 195.11% 3.81% 0.88% 8.19% 226.04% -164.63% 9.59%

6.73% 1.45% 2.01% 18.70% 32.86% -52.51% -307.85% 3.79%

4.85% -0.77% 6.78% 7.63% -4.30% 96.79% 4.66%

7.73% 6.28% 0.33% 37.99% -740.34% -14.54% -64.19% 10.03%

1.61% 20.79% 2.36% 43.72% -74.27% 10.50%

10.26% 8.49% -6.68% 14.62% 4.11%

0.78% 5.07% -17.54% 26.79% -1.62% 445.36% -1946.27% 10.07%

6.74% 27.27% 6.05% -17.97% 24.71% -16.48% 1.96%

17.60% 17.48% 14.05% 49.27% 276.85% 0.33% 4.60% 17.64%

7.07% 0.10% -0.25% 13.62% -9205.10% 4.46% -69.41% -1.02%

9.23% 10.74% 6.62% 19.81% 1.79% 7.46%

1.50% 2.35% -13.23% 39.37% -7.50% -1.26%

3.31% 17.80% 2.28% 71.48% -432.74% -81.89% 6.16%

16.92% 4.37% -7.87% -13.63% 154.94% 9.98%

5.78% 16.73% -2.64% 63.30% -5.35% 34.26% -35.08% 8.58%

6.51% 3.71% 6.49% 0.22% -3.27% -7569.73% -49.90% -66.72% -2.64%

5.37% 2.36% -3.38% 25.78% 8201.78% 3.10%

5.86% 4.78% 37.33% 9.68% 35.07% -85.28% -60.14% 22.89%

5.81% 3.15% 5.92% 5.43% 6.98% -55.36% -100.00% 434.40% 3.65%

5.75% 5.33% 5.80% 12.03% 35.12% 1816.15% 281.09% 20.88%

6.43% 5.97% -43.57% 158.80% -4.60%

-1.40% 10.38% 18.23% 35.63% -50.25% 8.08%

9.36% 15.46% 3.24% 3.17% 15.13% -301.86% 276.86% 5.93%

7.99% 0.73% 8.49% -6.85% -21.16% 39.96% -516.79% 4.60%

5.48% -1.02% 4.40% -3.04% 9.49% 3.43%

4.11% 3.05% -6.12% 8.33% 1.55%

5.08% 4.01% -7.51% 6.62% 0.84%

3.95% 2.89% -9.17% 5.64% -0.42%

7.43% 6.34% -9.96% 3.70% -0.24%

-0.90% -1.91% -1.41% 16.99% 3.95%

3.86% 2.80% -3.48% 12.07% 3.50%

3.34% 2.28% -9.14% 6.01% -0.49%

14.55% 13.38% -8.88% 5.60% 3.01%

2.89% 1.84% -2.05% 13.75% 4.14%

0.13% -0.89% -7.78% 8.31% -0.33%

3.39% 2.34% -11.14% 4.22% -1.76%

4.54% 3.48% -9.46% 5.49% -0.39%

5.11% 4.04% -10.42% 2.06% -1.66%

15.47% 14.29% -5.55% 4.44% 4.21%

-2.05% -3.04% 4.85% 15.86% 5.27%

0.85% -0.17% 2.97% 23.73% 7.74%

4.33% 3.27% 1.84% 17.30% 6.94%

2.21% 1.17% -9.00% 4.72% -1.20%

3.36% 2.31% 7.32% 18.28% 8.65%

4.54% 3.48% 0.19% 19.39% 7.01%

13.57% 12.42% -2.85% 4.33% 4.56%

4.50% 3.44% -6.28% 9.64% 2.01%

6.98% 5.89% -3.93% 9.38% 3.59%

31.56% 30.22% -8.29% -5.12% 4.72%

1.84% 0.80% -0.53% 19.34% 5.82%

19.03% 17.82% -9.41% 4.74% 3.94%

10.80% 9.67% -4.36% 9.64% 4.77%

-4.09% -5.06% -1.53% 14.48% 2.15%

3.99% 2.93% -7.64% 7.49% 0.71%

-97.34% -32.92% -96.03% 11.25% 11.53% 4.37% 6.86% 4.11%

-99.47% 11.01% -99.52% -3.14% -3.00% 5.22% -7.82% 5.08%

-94.56% 13.63% -95.21% -0.07% 0.27% 4.30% -3.87% 3.95%

-98.99% -2.85% -98.96% 3.56% 3.77% 7.64% -3.60% 7.43%

-94.11% 10.52% -94.67% -1.37% -0.69% -0.21% -0.47% -0.90%

-97.23% 2.61% -97.30% 9.59% 10.06% 4.31% 5.52% 3.86%

-94.88% 3.23% -95.04% 3.79% 4.34% 3.89% 0.44% 3.34%

-98.78% -22.80% -98.42% 4.66% 5.23% 15.16% -8.63% 14.55%

-97.67% 10.69% -97.89% 10.03% 10.74% 3.55% 6.94% 2.89%

-96.66% -5.74% -96.45% 10.50% 10.55% 0.17% 10.36% 0.13%

-100.00% 51.62% -100.00% 4.11% 4.12% 3.40% 0.69% 3.39%

-95.21% 11.43% -95.70% 10.07% 10.54% 5.00% 5.28% 4.54%

-96.16% -18.95% -95.27% 1.96% 2.22% 5.38% -3.00% 5.11%

-99.04% -2.42% -99.01% 17.64% 19.33% 17.13% 1.88% 15.47%

-98.24% 11.79% -98.42% -1.02% -0.10% -1.14% 1.05% -2.05%

-98.59% 31.55% -98.93% 7.46% 7.83% 1.20% 6.55% 0.85%

-95.87% 21.64% -96.60% -1.26% -1.06% 4.53% -5.35% 4.33%

-96.82% -2.28% -96.75% 6.16% 6.80% 2.82% 3.87% 2.21%

-98.57% -10.16% -98.41% 9.98% 10.09% 3.47% 6.40% 3.36%

-98.01% -5.01% -97.91% 8.58% 8.80% 4.75% 3.86% 4.54%

-99.87% -73.94% -99.51% -2.64% 0.24% 16.93% -14.28% 13.57%

-98.17% -19.36% -97.74% 3.10% 3.38% 4.78% -1.34% 4.50%

-98.01% -17.74% -97.58% 22.89% 23.45% 7.47% 14.87% 6.98%

-96.81% -38.94% -94.77% 3.65% 3.77% 31.70% -21.21% 31.56%

-98.19% -4.76% -98.10% 20.88% 21.00% 1.93% 18.70% 1.84%

-96.48% -51.46% -92.75% -4.60% -4.55% 19.10% -19.85% 19.03%

-93.73% 4.01% -93.97% 8.08% 8.67% 11.41% -2.46% 10.80%

-94.53% 37.71% -96.03% 5.93% 6.04% -3.98% 10.44% -4.09%

-94.72% -1.50% -94.64% 4.60% 4.84% 4.22% 0.59% 3.99%

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Total Base Grant (Before Cap/Collar) Total Base Grant (After 15% Cap/10% Collar) CALCULATION OF ASSESSED REVENUE 2010-11 General Rates W&S Adjustment Special Rates Garbage Charges User Fees - net of Water and Parking Total Interest Received Fines (Net of Parking) Current Revenue NEC Profit on Sale of Assets Total Revenue Assessed (all RID) Adjusted Rateable AAV Total Revenue in the Dollar Assessed Revenue Year 1 Assessed Revenue Year 2 Assessed Revenue Year 3 Assessed Revenue (3 Yr Avg)

DERIVATION OF ADJUSTED RATEABLE AAV 2010-11 Revenue from Partially Exempt Partially Exempt (PE) AAV PE average revenue in the dollar Total Revenue Assessed Revenue from fully rateable properties Fully Rateable (FR) AAV FR average revenue in the dollar 'Equivalent' fully rateable AAV

62 RPM Outcomes 63 64 Road Grant Pool

-98.62% -13.61% -98.40% 4.40% 5.31% 6.34% -0.96% 5.48%

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1.85% -18.10% -

-15.65% -

-22.54% -

-22.85% -

-18.65% -

-8.16% -

-10.56% -

-23.64% -

-9.64% -

-25.56% -

-13.29% -

-6.21% -

-19.54% -

-20.30% -

-27.60% -

-31.96% -

-11.82% -

-12.82% -

-5.69% -

-16.07% -

-18.86% -

-25.21% -

-15.87% -

-15.33% -

-18.24% -

-7.98% -

-15.97% -

-15.92% -

-21.73% -

-16.50% -

0.00%

6.68%

-4.41%

-6.89%

-1.39%

11.72%

9.33%

-7.72%

12.58%

-10.57%

6.18%

12.60%

0.11%

-2.16%

-12.59%

-17.42%

7.28%

7.25%

13.75%

1.35%

-0.40%

-9.20%

3.52%

3.02%

1.00%

12.54%

3.14%

1.56%

-2.76%

0.05%

1.85%

8.65%

-2.64%

-5.17%

0.43%

13.78%

11.35%

-6.01%

14.66%

-8.92%

8.14%

14.68%

1.96%

-0.35%

-10.98%

-15.90%

9.26%

9.23%

15.85%

3.22%

1.44%

-7.52%

5.43%

4.92%

2.87%

14.61%

5.05%

3.44%

-0.97%

1.90%

0.43% -0.26% -1.52% -0.72%

2.15% 1.56% 0.00% 0.73%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

1.49% 0.00% 0.00% 0.30%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

0.00% 0.00% -0.21% -0.13%

1.54% 7.25% -7.94% 1.96%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

0.00% 5.80% 7.69% 1.86%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

8.33% 0.00% -0.16% 0.00%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

-1.20% 0.00% -3.65% -2.27%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

-5.75%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

0.00% -5.04% 18.50% 4.42%

-1.82% 0.56% 0.09% 0.08%

0.00% 0.73% -0.37% 0.00%

0.87% 0.18% -5.94% -1.04%

-2.05% -0.07% -7.17% -3.29%

-0.36% 0.00% 0.00% -0.05%

0.00% 0.00% -0.74% -0.31%

4.76% 17.81% -18.62% -7.18%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

117.24% -47.46% -29.80% -22.99%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%

5.81% -0.99% -1.20% 0.22%

Total Unadjusted Cost ($) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

-28.38% -12.50% -0.63% -17.88%

-27.16% -11.07% 0.98% -14.65%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.49% -22.93%

-28.74% -12.44% 0.49% -22.92%

-27.63% -12.44% 0.54% -18.18%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.51% -4.23%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.28% -9.70%

-27.78% -6.09% -7.11% -23.78%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.60% -11.64%

-28.14% -7.36% 8.22% -25.52%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.61% -9.97%

-22.76% -12.44% 0.39% -4.41%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.68% -19.38%

-29.56% -12.44% -2.66% -19.55%

-28.85% -12.44% 1.20% -27.70%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.62% -9.36%

-28.70% -16.85% 19.12% -12.13%

-29.99% -11.95% 0.68% -4.25%

-28.70% -6.34% 5.85% -16.04%

-28.08% -12.28% -4.98% -18.69%

-30.04% -12.50% -6.71% -25.99%

-28.95% -12.44% 0.87% -16.00%

-28.70% -12.44% -0.05% -14.57%

-25.30% 3.16% -17.44% -18.33%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.62% -7.03%

54.89% -53.99% -29.43% -14.73%

-28.70% -12.44% 0.75% -15.06%

-28.70% -12.44% 1.56% -21.90%

-24.55% -13.30% -0.56% -16.19%

Total Adjusted Cost ($) Urban Sealed Urban Unsealed Rural Sealed Total Roads

-28.30% -12.48% -4.22% -18.10%

-27.17% -11.60% -4.99% -15.65%

-28.70% -12.45% 3.79% -22.54%

-28.69% -12.48% -8.54% -22.85%

-27.61% -12.50% -1.52% -18.65%

-28.70% -12.40% -5.34% -8.16%

-28.65% -12.52% -1.78% -10.56%

-27.78% -5.96% -7.33% -23.64%

-28.70% -6.60% 0.45% -9.64%

-28.06% -7.66% 8.66% -25.56%

-28.74% -12.55% -8.26% -13.29%

-22.76% -12.55% -2.27% -6.21%

-28.59% -12.37% 0.19% -19.54%

-29.56% -12.77% -8.85% -20.30%

-28.77% -12.62% 2.95% -27.60%

-28.71% -12.59% -5.18% -11.82%

-28.68% -16.31% 12.86% -12.82%

-29.91% -11.78% -1.57% -5.69%

-28.66% -6.48% 5.45% -16.07%

-28.01% -12.18% -6.44% -18.86%

-29.74% -12.38% -6.79% -25.21%

-28.94% -12.60% 0.11% -15.87%

-28.62% -12.42% -5.81% -15.33%

-25.25% 3.73% -18.01% -18.24%

-28.57% -12.25% -1.74% -7.98%

54.76% -51.50% -29.94% -15.97%

-28.53% -12.41% -1.15% -15.92%

-28.68% -11.56% 0.57% -21.73%

-24.73% -13.50% -1.96% -16.50%

71 Total Road Grant 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

Road Lengths Reported (km) Urban Sealed Rural Sealed Unsealed Total Roads

6.80% -5.56%

-32.58% 14.58% -32.45%

-32.10% 19.29% -31.96%

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CALCULATION OF ASSESSED EXPENDITURE IN BASE GRANT MODEL General Administration Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure

-80.70% -2.55% 0.08% -2.47%

158.29% -0.75% -0.65% -1.40%

26.12% -2.37% 0.18% -2.19%

-6.81% -2.37% 0.20% -2.18%

-8.28% -3.31% 0.06% -3.26%

64.72% -2.76% 0.35% -2.42%

1.49% -1.37% -0.22% -1.58%

16.44% -1.88% 0.10% -1.78%

-32.21% -2.18% 0.10% -2.08%

20.80% -2.57% 0.32% -2.26%

16.51% -4.25% 0.06% -4.20%

-11.35% -2.49% 0.14% -2.35%

-23.27% -2.73% 0.33% -2.41%

-19.85% -2.35% 0.11% -2.25%

21.79% -2.30% 0.05% -2.25%

-29.14% -1.42% -0.13% -1.56%

-17.15% -3.40% 0.26% -3.15%

15.61% -3.04% 2.06% -1.04%

21.97% -0.65% -0.37% -1.01%

-4.61% -0.38% -0.60% -0.98%

-16.91% -2.21% 0.00% -2.21%

1.12% -2.25% 0.09% -2.17%

3.91% -1.96% 0.19% -1.78%

9.69% -0.77% -0.32% -1.09%

15.89% -2.42% 0.04% -2.38%

1284.23% -2.60% 0.05% -2.55%

40.07% -2.78% 0.31% -2.47%

-11.56% -4.59% 3.60% -1.16%

-0.43% -1.55% -0.05% -1.59%

-0.80% -0.18% -0.98%

-709.52% 1.03% -3.31% -2.32%

27.14% -0.62% -0.39% -1.01%

-27.22% -0.62% -0.60% -1.21%

18.83% -1.58% 0.91% -0.68%

-100.00% -1.02% 1.87% 0.84%

21.32% 0.40% -1.21% -0.81%

22.20% -0.12% -0.37% -0.49%

-1.87% -0.42% 0.18% -0.25%

-153.55% -0.82% 0.90% 0.07%

60.11% -2.53% -2.66% -5.13%

121.50% -0.74% 2.75% 1.99%

6.57% -0.98% 1.50% 0.50%

-0.27% -0.60% -2.20% -2.78%

0.71% -0.54% -0.27% -0.81%

-34.64% 0.35% 1.31% 1.66%

-43.47% -1.66% -0.36% -2.01%

793.52% -1.30% 2.96% 1.62%

-42.17% 1.13% 0.38% 1.52%

6.69% 1.40% -1.40% -0.02%

32.47% -0.46% 2.19% 1.72%

-47.64% -0.50% 1.50% 0.99%

-1.56% -0.20% 0.69% 0.49%

-7.00% 1.01% -1.00% 0.00%

-91.54% -0.67% 1.89% 1.21%

-60.90% -0.85% 2.41% 1.55%

-0.75% -1.03% -1.62% -2.63%

691.30% -2.88% 3.29% 0.32%

15.26% 0.22% 1.36% 1.58%

-100.00% -8.96% -0.58% -9.49%

-88.64% -7.29% -3.09% -10.15%

-8.80% -0.31% -9.09%

6.65% -8.80% -0.60% -9.35%

-2.61% -9.68% -0.63% -10.24%

95.08% -9.17% 1.75% -7.58%

26.21% -7.86% -0.88% -8.67%

32.35% -8.34% -0.19% -8.52%

-40.76% -8.62% 0.35% -8.30%

-100.00% -8.98% 0.27% -8.74%

-10.55% -2.41% -12.71%

-2.75% -8.91% 2.80% -6.36%

1.23% -9.14% -1.04% -10.08%

4.27% -8.78% -2.05% -10.65%

23.02% -8.73% -0.40% -9.10%

55.29% -7.92% 0.84% -7.14%

40.22% -9.76% -0.55% -10.25%

-100.00% -9.42% 3.08% -6.64%

2.31% -7.19% 0.39% -6.83%

130.60% -6.94% -1.54% -8.38%

39.26% -8.65% 2.23% -6.61%

-8.69% 1.37% -7.44%

48.35% -8.42% 1.05% -7.45%

-74.49% -7.30% -1.04% -8.27%

-1.91% -8.85% 1.64% -7.35%

-100.00% -9.01% 0.12% -8.90%

71.41% -9.18% -1.49% -10.54%

-23.84% -10.88% 1.75% -9.32%

7.75% -8.03% 1.34% -6.80%

631.38% 14.68% -0.38% 14.25%

-4.35% 16.79% 0.28% 17.12%

15.80% 14.89% 0.14% 15.04%

-3.76% 14.89% 0.05% 14.94%

-59.80% 13.78% -1.52% 12.05%

357.38% 14.43% 0.03% 14.46%

-2.50% 16.07% 0.35% 16.48%

-16.84% 15.47% 0.17% 15.66%

0.80% 15.11% 0.19% 15.34%

-35.93% 14.66% -0.44% 14.15%

16.56% 12.68% -1.03% 11.52%

133.32% 14.75% 0.01% 14.77%

-30.80% 14.46% -1.58% 12.65%

-5.53% 14.91% 0.45% 15.43%

4.13% 14.98% -0.09% 14.87%

178.68% 16.00% -0.39% 15.54%

-17.85% 13.68% -0.20% 13.45%

99.11% 14.11% 2.34% 16.77%

2.43% 16.91% -0.09% 16.81%

-10.32% 17.23% -0.36% 16.80%

46.83% 15.07% 0.00% 15.08%

35.71% 15.03% 0.00% 15.03%

12.63% 15.37% 0.35% 15.77%

-27.27% 16.77% -0.18% 16.56%

-16.98% 14.83% -0.04% 14.78%

-28.09% 14.62% -1.33% 13.10%

-30.30% 14.41% 0.16% 14.59%

31.63% 12.27% 2.59% 15.18%

0.75% 15.86% 0.05% 15.91%

90.11% 2.19% -0.43% 1.76%

15.57% 4.08% 0.27% 4.36%

-8.63% 2.38% 0.12% 2.50%

36.76% 2.38% 0.03% 2.41%

36.28% 1.39% -1.54% -0.17%

19.94% 1.97% 0.00% 1.97%

0.03% 3.43% 0.34% 3.78%

40.80% 2.89% 0.16% 3.05%

-24.48% 2.58% 0.18% 2.77%

25.76% 2.17% -0.46% 1.70%

-0.70% 0.41% -1.20% -0.79%

4.37% 2.26% 0.00% 2.25%

24.10% 2.00% -1.62% 0.35%

-4.25% 2.40% 0.43% 2.84%

-5.82% 2.45% -0.09% 2.36%

184.13% 3.37% -0.40% 2.95%

4.19% 1.30% -0.22% 1.08%

-19.18% 1.68% 2.75% 4.47%

-4.62% 4.18% -0.09% 4.09%

5.99% 4.46% -0.38% 4.06%

6.64% 2.54% 0.00% 2.54%

13.55% 2.50% -0.01% 2.49%

6.68% 2.81% 0.34% 3.15%

26.35% 4.06% -0.18% 3.87%

5.62% 2.33% -0.06% 2.27%

-83.58% 2.14% -1.37% 0.74%

2.85% 1.95% 0.14% 2.10%

-0.73% 0.05% 2.73% 2.78%

-0.78% 3.24% 0.04% 3.28%

256.61% 2.95% 2.78% 5.81%

-17.74% 4.84% 6.10% 11.24%

10.45% 3.13% -2.75% 0.29%

-5.59% 3.13% 5.33% 8.62%

-15.25% 2.13% 0.65% 2.80%

78.00% 2.72% 3.92% 6.74%

-0.55% 4.19% 4.16% 8.53%

2.03% 3.65% 5.04% 8.87%

-10.15% 3.33% 3.77% 7.23%

-5.47% 2.92% 3.31% 6.33%

27.91% 1.15% 1.23% 2.39%

-100.00% 3.01% 4.10% 7.23%

14.20% 2.75% 0.86% 3.63%

21.15% 3.15% 4.46% 7.75%

8.41% 3.21% -18.39% -15.77%

16.46% 4.13% 3.71% 8.00%

0.40% 2.04% 3.79% 5.91%

174.01% 2.43% 5.21% 7.76%

-5.48% 4.95% -2.14% 2.70%

-39.83% 5.23% 4.02% 9.46%

9.53% 3.30% -0.13% 3.17%

4.05% 3.25% -1.76% 1.43%

3.78% 3.56% 4.96% 8.70%

66.04% 4.82% 4.37% 9.41%

-6.17% 3.08% 3.62% 6.81%

-89.35% 2.89% 1.10% 4.02%

-22.39% 2.70% 4.76% 7.58%

23.26% 0.78% 5.73% 6.56%

1.70% 4.00% 4.65% 8.84%

-4.15%

-15.34% -4.72% 0.00% -4.72%

-39.04% -2.96% 0.00% -2.96%

8.38% -4.55% 0.00% -4.55%

2.00% -4.55% 0.00% -4.55%

-100.00% -5.47% 0.00% -5.47%

-87.25% -4.93% 0.00% -4.93%

-0.98% -3.56% 0.00% -3.56%

-10.31% -4.06% 0.00% -4.06%

195.55% -4.36% 0.00% -4.36%

136.59% -4.74% 0.00% -4.74%

-6.08% -6.38% 0.00% -6.38%

13.11% -4.66% 0.00% -4.66%

10.60% -4.90% 0.00% -4.90%

-5.06% -4.52% 0.00% -4.52%

-20.60% -4.47% 0.00% -4.47%

45.78% -3.62% 0.00% -3.62%

-45.66% -5.55% 0.00% -5.55%

68.84% -5.20% 0.00% -5.20%

2.81% -2.86% 0.00% -2.86%

-0.86% -2.60% 0.00% -2.60%

-53.93% -4.39% 0.00% -4.39%

104.16% -4.43% 0.00% -4.43%

-9.58% -4.14% 0.00% -4.14%

-29.91% -2.98% 0.00% -2.98%

596.31% -4.59% 0.00% -4.59%

-4.77% 0.00% -4.77%

60.65% -4.94% 0.00% -4.94%

80.34% -6.72% 0.00% -6.72%

36.72% -3.74% 0.00% -3.74%

Total Non-roads Expenditure Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Assessed Expenditure

2.08% 2.08% 2.08%

-17.55% 1.48% 2.06%

-4.32% 3.35% 3.79%

13.19% 1.66% 0.86%

0.54% 1.66% 2.67%

-10.54% 0.68% 0.54%

-8.15% 1.25% 2.35%

1.86% 2.70% 3.72%

10.25% 2.17% 3.02%

-10.59% 1.86% 2.73%

13.72% 1.45% 2.16%

16.42% -0.30% -0.72%

4.71% 1.54% 2.48%

-7.22% 1.28% 1.39%

-5.61% 1.68% 2.51%

3.80% 1.74% -3.76%

-4.49% 2.64% 3.54%

-21.09% 0.59% 1.22%

41.51% 0.97% 3.59%

2.43% 3.45% 2.87%

-15.12% 3.73% 4.03%

3.69% 1.82% 2.21%

34.88% 1.78% 1.58%

4.21% 2.09% 3.37%

-4.39% 3.33% 3.97%

26.32% 1.61% 2.55%

117.48% 1.42% 1.40%

2.72% 1.23% 2.19%

12.78% -0.66% 3.06%

2.67% 2.52% 3.83%

Roads Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Assessed Expenditure

5.00% 5.00%

24.81% 12.02%

21.60% 0.38%

-11.34% -2.23%

-11.27% 3.55%

-31.11% 17.31%

78.73% 14.80%

-0.40% -3.10%

4.10% 18.21%

29.88% -6.09%

-4.86% 11.49%

5.40% 18.24%

9.11% 5.12%

2.30% 2.74%

13.22% -8.22%

1.83% -13.29%

20.08% 12.65%

96.22% 12.62%

-40.25% 19.44%

-8.87% 6.42%

259.87% 4.59%

-5.55% -4.66%

19.37% 8.70%

18.35% 8.17%

17.57% 6.05%

-0.14% 18.17%

-54.86% 8.30%

-4.14% 6.64%

4.32% 2.10%

8.52% 5.06%

All Expenditure Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Assessed Expenditure Year 1 Assessed Expenditure Year 2 Assessed Expenditure Year 3 Assessed Expenditure (3 Yr Avg)

2.98% 2.98% 6.84% 5.36% 5.01%

0.16% 6.80% 6.69% 5.74% 6.43%

3.07% 3.19% 8.56% 7.90% 6.43%

5.64% 0.02% 5.52% 4.84% 3.37%

-2.43% 2.99% 6.88% 5.47% 5.06%

-24.01% 10.77% 7.75% 3.47% 7.46%

19.82% 8.44% 5.81% 6.47% 6.94%

1.07% 2.46% 8.22% 6.57% 5.66%

8.44% 7.19% 7.41% 6.06% 6.91%

-2.44% 0.53% 9.24% 6.30% 5.21%

3.82% 6.94% 5.56% 4.10% 5.58%

9.97% 11.90% 9.13% 3.77% 8.42%

5.87% 3.42% 6.70% 5.57% 5.19%

-5.14% 1.97% 3.46% 6.57% 3.93%

-0.14% 0.37% 6.60% 5.85% 4.17%

3.29% -5.72% 2.73% 1.84% -0.56%

3.02% 6.43% 9.41% 6.53% 7.44%

24.54% 6.34% 8.12% 5.31% 6.60%

-7.78% 12.91% 5.91% 4.14% 7.80%

-1.67% 3.59% 7.08% 5.82% 5.44%

4.53% 4.19% 9.10% 5.52% 6.22%

1.57% 0.67% 6.92% 4.93% 4.08%

29.89% 4.29% 6.21% 4.77% 5.08%

9.42% 5.77% 6.90% 5.24% 5.98%

2.85% 4.56% 9.04% 6.88% 6.76%

13.18% 10.36% 7.44% 5.71% 7.93%

11.14% 4.10% 7.97% 6.06% 5.99%

0.65% 3.70% 7.19% 5.49% 5.42%

9.67% 2.74% 4.97% 6.33% 4.62%

4.25% 4.11% 7.55% 5.93% 5.82%

0.00% 6.41% 0.00% -1.28% 2.59% 59.36% 4.28% 19.02%

-8.93% 6.68% 0.00% 8.05% 4.50% 7.37% 1.03% 4.31%

-10.47% 6.47% 0.00% 1.81% 2.88% 207.27% 7.29% 44.54%

-11.17% 7.01% 0.00% -39.91% -1.85% 29.57% 6.28% 10.22%

10.20% 5.66% 0.00%

-7.70% 5.43% 0.00% 18529.00% 3.67% -0.03% 0.43% 1.36%

3.64% 22.68% 0.62% 8.25% 6.41% 5.54% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% -39.91% 13277.83% 14236.74% -5.37% 8.66% 4.89% 33.47% 18.16% -1.88% -0.19% 10.08% 1.06% 7.83% 12.15% 1.34%

4.32% 7.79% 0.00% -39.91% -14.19% 105.60% 4.48% 20.11%

-14.37% 4.91% 0.00% -36.06% 0.28% 4.37% 2.12% 2.23%

5.46% 0.00% 24.51% 4.78% 8.17% 4.15% 5.70%

6.16% -0.69% 5.47% 8.16% 0.00% 0.00% -12.52% 30521.53% 1.24% 7.08% 32.17% 12.81% 8.25% 12.04% 12.77% 10.44%

1.38% 6.20% 0.00% 0.78% 1.43% 577.12% 6.62% 68.09%

4.73% 10.21% 0.00% 3.28% 5.48% 112.33% 5.16% 31.63%

37.29% 5.51% 0.00% 1.56% 3.49% 50.22% -1.75% 15.25%

23.78% 3.87% 0.00% -39.94% 3.73% 0.45% 4.47% 2.86%

5.26% 0.00% -39.91% 1.26% 11.36% 3.29% 5.18%

5.81% 6.85% 0.00% 3.26% 4.27% 93.93% 4.09% 27.22%

-21.86% 2.56% 0.00% -39.91% -12.92% 72.11% 12.43% 16.88%

-0.25% 5.66% 0.00% 61.73% 18.83% 48.04% 5.07% 23.52%

3.65% 5.53% 0.00% -4.46% 2.11% 35.38% 5.88% 13.28%

-8.81% 5.69% 0.00% -11.01% 2.71% 9.66% 6.01% 6.02%

-11.56% 4.17% 29.54% 7.02% 5.39% 5.78% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 2.04% 17805.94% 28644.35% 3.91% 4.18% 4.96% 55.04% -8.23% 16.67% 4.72% -4.38% -0.98% 18.72% -3.03% 6.76%

6.76% 6.15% 0.00% -39.91% 3.62% 4.79% 3.89% 4.09%

0.22% 18.90% 0.00% -39.91% -9.49% 81.20% 0.89% 17.06%

-4.06% 5.94% 0.00% -2.64% -0.07% 183.25% 7.23% 39.83%

Education Health Housing & Welfare Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Law Order and Public Safety Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Planning & Community Amenities Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure

-1.96% -1.96% -1.96%

-0.20% -0.20% -0.20%

-8.42% -8.42% -8.42%

15.37% 15.37% 15.37%

Waste Management & the Environment Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure

2.81% 2.81% 2.81%

Recreation & Culture Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure Other Actual Expenditure (net of OGS) Average Expenditure Cost Adjustor Assessed Expenditure

3.56% 3.56% 3.56%

-4.15% -4.15%

CALCULATION OF OTHER GRANT SUPPORT (OGS) HVMTR ROAD GRANT ROADS TO RECOVERY W&S (Priority & Residual Dist) OGS (EXCL MG) Year 1 OGS (EXCL MG) Year 2 OGS (EXCL MG) Year 3 OGS - by Inclusion (3 Yr Avg)

4.39% 8.48% 9.36% 7.27%

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13.5

CONTRACT 1230 - WILLIAM STREET/VALLEY ROAD INTERSECTION RECONSTRUCTION File: 27897 D282914

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 2.3.1 Provide and maintain roads, bridges, footpaths, bikeways and carparks at appropriate standards

PURPOSE To award a contract for reconstruction of the road pavement, wearing surface, drainage, footpath, kerb and channel and adjustment of traffic signals at the William Street - Valley Road Intersection.

BACKGROUND This report considers tenders received for “William Street – Valley Road intersection reconstruction” listed within the 2012/13 Capital Works Program.

COMMENTARY Tenders were publicly advertised and at the nominated closing time tenders were received from four companies. All tenders received are conforming tenders and are summarised in Table 1: Table 1 MAIN OFFICE BASE

TENDER SUM (excluding GST)

Venarchie Contracting Pty Ltd

Mowbray

$ 169,153.00

Harding Hotmix Pty Ltd

Ulverstone

$ 176,918.41

Sheffield

$ 181,572.70

Burnie

$ 340,483.70

CONTRACTOR

Kentish Construction and Engineering Company Pty Ltd (Trading as Treloar Transport) Shaw Civil Contracting - Mining

From the Table 1 summary, Venarchie Contracting Pty Ltd ($169,153.00) is the lowest tender. The Hardings Hotmix P/L tender is the next lowest tender however it should be noted that Harding’s tender did not show a $ value for the “line marking” item on the contract schedule. It is likely this might add an additional $3,500 to their tender price and therefore increase their tender value to more than $180,000. The tender evaluation panel has considered each of the selection criteria and Venarchie Contracting Pty Ltd has ranked highest overall and therefore offer Council best value for money. In addition to the works included in the tender, there are also further provisional items for the relocation of several traffic signal posts, lantern and cabling. The Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources (DIER) traffic signal branch is currently preparing a design and construction drawing for this works. A provisional amount is included within the ITEM 13.5


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project schedule for work associated with the signal relocation. This work to be undertaken by the contractor and has an estimated cost in the order of $10,000 - $20,000 (excluding GST). Other specialised signal control work will be undertaken by DIER. This work is expected to cost approximately $33,000. Other project costs are for design, project management & overhead and the total estimated cost for this component of the project is $25,000 (excluding GST). Therefore the estimated total project cost (adopting the lowest tender price) is approximately $247,000.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

The allocated 2012/13 Capital Works budget for this project is $285,000 therefore the estimated total project cost of $247,000 is expected to be within the allocated budget.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

Occupational Health and Safety Projects and purchases within the capital program include activities designated as High Risk under the model Work Health and Safety Regulations Part 6.1, R291. Hazard identification, risk assessment and development of safe systems of work are required to be carried out on all projects Political/Governance The tender administration and reporting processes related to this contract comply with Division 2A- Tenders and contracts for goods and services of the Local Government Act, 1993. Assets, Property and Infrastructure The scope of work or goods supplied under this contract form part of Council’s infrastructure asset management strategy and therefore reduces the risk of asset performance and cost issues. Contractual/Legal Contract management of consultants and contractors is carried out in accordance with developed policy, procedures and the Code for Tenders and Contracts. Financial The tender amount is within the budgeted allowance and is unlikely to impose additional or unexpected financial risk to Council. Professional Indemnity/Public Liability Contracts for consulting and contracting and supply of services include clauses to mitigate risks.

CONCLUSION Following an evaluation of the tenders received for the William Street - Valley Road Intersection (Contract No. 1230), it is determined that Venarchie Contracting Pty Ltd offer best value for Council.

ATTACHMENTS Nil Recommendati on

RECOMMENDATION That the Tender submitted by Venarchie Contracting Pty Ltd for Contract 1230 – William ITEM 13.5


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Street - Valley Road Intersection reconstruction, be accepted for the tendered sum of $169,153.00 excluding GST.

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13.6

CAPITAL WORKS PROGRESS REPORT File: 26405 D282938

RELEVANT PORTFOLIO Technical and Finance RELEVANCE TO COUNCIL’S PLANS & POLICIES Council’s Strategic Plan 2009-2030: Strategy 2.3.5 Develop and maintain a long term Capital Improvement Program

PURPOSE

To inform Council of the progress of the Capital works program for the 2012/13 financial year.

BACKGROUND

The attachment to this report is a summary view of the current status of Council’s Capital Works projects. The program focuses on the progress of the onsite construction works, rather than including all the aspects which occur before work starts on site (i.e. design, consultation, tendering etc.). This will allow a clear picture on when physical site construction is planned to start for a particular project and also provide an indication of actual progress against what was planned.

COMMENTARY

Council has approved a $21,624,107 capital expenditure budget for 2012/13. A detailed program has been developed to plan when each project will occur. The program is reviewed quarterly to amend dates which are known to have changed for external reasons. Some projects will have revised dates which are not reflected on the program at present; new information having come since the last review. The attachment indicates the anticipated construction time frames for each project. All aspects of planning, design, delivery and capitalisation of projects are progressing with a number of projects completed, some under construction or about to commence with tenders awarded and contractors engaged for others. Forty two projects have substantial progress in design and planning in addition to those for which construction has commenced. Other works from the current year now complete include Lovett Street Soccer ground irrigation and Mersey Main road footpath missing link. John Street road works and David Street footpath works are well progressed and William Street - Valley Road Intersection works ready for a contract to be awarded for works to commence in January. Sheffield Road works are continuing with kerb and channel completed on the eastern side. The Aquatic Centre ground works continue with commencement of pre-cast columns and the slab to the northern building. Demolition works at 20-22 Wenvoe Street have commenced and works at Devonport Oval including the Scoreboard, Cricket Club Amenities and Visitors change Room showers are well progressed. The plant, vehicle and IT renewal has commenced and is generally on program.

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Two projects on the program, Fenton Street and Stewart Street Intersection Safety Improvements and Bluff Road Pedestrian Crossing Improvements are identified in the program as projects funded externally and are subject to external funding allocations. Indications are that funding for these projects will not be available. Formal advice confirming this has not been received to date. The application for Federal Government Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program funding for increased scope of works on Lillico’s Road was unsuccessful. In consultation with user groups seeking additional external funding, Byard Park Toilet/Change rooms and Meercroft Park Toilets/Change room have been deferred until early in the New Year.

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS

It is anticipated that the 2012/13 Capital Works program will be completed within the allocated budget.

RISK IMPLICATIONS

Occupational Health and Safety Projects within the capital program include activities designated as High Risk under the model Work Health and Safety Regulations Part 6.1, R291. Hazard identification, risk assessment and development of safe systems of work are required to be carried out on all projects. Assets, Property and Infrastructure The program delivery is essential to mitigation of the identified risks associated with asset renewal strategies. Contractual/Legal Contract management of consultants and contractors is carried out in accordance with developed policy, procedures and the Code for Tenders and Contracts. Financial Capital works program expenditure is reviewed monthly with projections of expenditure provided for minimisation of financial risk. Information Technology The Capital Program includes renewals for IT assets minimising the risk of redundancy and system failure. Natural Hazards Natural Hazards are identified and engineering solutions to minimise the associated risks are included in project development. Frequently considered natural hazards include flooding from occasional excessive rainfall events. Professional Indemnity/Public Liability Contracts for consulting and contracting include clauses to mitigate risks.

CONCLUSION The 2012/13 Capital works program is progressing generally in accordance with the developed program.

ATTACHMENTS 1.

Capital Program

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RECOMMENDATION That the progress report on the 2012/13 Capital Works Program be noted.

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