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Strategic Activity 1: People and Communities Ambition Create an enriched and vibrant social fabric through regular interaction with our people and communities Accountability Director Community Services

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 1A: Community Facilities - Provide safe, well-serviced facilities for people to live, grow and connect within Actions Relating to all 1A Function Elements:

Develop Building Asset Management Plan Collation and validation of building and recreational databases Negotiate Community facility Funding Projects with Resource Industry Proponents Review and Establish Service Level Agreements Review Management Committees in accordance with Council's Advisory Committee Policy Develop a public liability insurance policy for all Council owned facilities

Civic Centres

Community Halls

Sport & Rec Ground

1.2

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

1.2

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

1.2

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

RCSM

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

No of service levels reviewed % SLA's finalised

Number of Funded Community Facility Projects

1.2

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Review and establish Hire Agreements with volunteer committees

1.2

RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Identify and Collate Asbestos Register for Council owned facilities

1.2

RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Conduct a Disability Audit of Council owned facilities

1.2

RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

CSMs

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

CSMs

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number Hiring's of Regional Civic Centres

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number Hiring's of Regional Showgrounds

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Review existing service levels Develop Management and Marketing Plans Undertake maintenance and repairs to agreed service levels Undertake Annual Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access Undertake maintenance and repairs to agreed service levels Undertake maintenance and repairs to agreed service levels Develop of Master Plan for Centenary Oval, Miles Development

1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2

1.2 1.2

CSMs CSMs CSMs

CSMs CSM

% Management Contracts Finalised

Customer Service Centre

Council Housing

Coordinate the relocation from Drayton Street to Marble Street Customer Service Centre Investigate funding opportunities for Council Housing across the region Undertake maintenance and repairs to agreed service levels Ensure establishment of Council Housing Reserve for surplus revenue

1.2

CSM & SPE

1.2

CSMs

1.2

CSMs

1.2

DFICT & DCS

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

30-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Patronage of Regional Swimming Pools


Strategic Function Elements

Showgrounds

Swimming/Fitness Centre

Public Conveniences

Net Budget

Actions Develop a Master plan/Management Plan for Dalby Showgrounds Develop New Management Agreement for Dalby Aquatic Centre Review and develop new Management Agreement for Dalby PCYC Renewal of Management Agreement for Chinchilla Aquatic and Fitness Centre Investigate Regional Branding Swimming/Fitness Centres Undertake maintenance and repairs to agreed service levels

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

1.2

CSM

30-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

CSM

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

CSM

01-Nov-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

RCSM & SCM

01-Sep-11

31-Mar-12

1.2

CSMs

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 1B: Cultural Development - Encourage and develop participative and culturally connected communities Library

Stage One Relocation of Dalby Library - Develop Relocation Implementation Plan Stage Two Family Literacy Program for Sustainable and Learning Communities

1.8

LCSC

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

1.8

LCSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Stage Two - Implement Self-Service Technologies

1.8

LCSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Library Membership as percentage of population

Establish Service Level Agreements Develop Implementation and Inclusion Plan for Digitalisation Projects Target services and programs to align with key demand areas in learning, literacy, lifestyle and cultural support

1.8

LCSC

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

% Population active members of regional library network

1.8

LCSC

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

Number of literacy based resources added to the collection

1.8

LCSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of literacy and learning based programs completed

1.8

LCSC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Number of self-service installations

1.7

RCSM

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

1.7

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.7

RCSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

1.7

CSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.7

CSM

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

Review existing Library system to determine if it can support existing museum and gallery systems Cultural Programmes

Cultural Facilities

Develop Public Art Policy Finalise and implement a Regional Arts Collection Policy Investigate the need to develop a Regional Cultural Plan Managing development and implementation of Master Plan for new Cultural and Arts Precinct at 107 Drayton Street Investigate operational arrangements of new Cultural and Arts Precinct at 107 Drayton Street Review Visitor Information Centre and Art Gallery facility for Tara

Cultural Projects

1.7

CSM

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

Implement MAMM Branding

1.7

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Revise Business Plan for Dogwood Crossing

1.7

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Review Stage 3 Dogwood Crossing Expansion Formalise Management Agreements with Museums and Galleries Formalise Management Agreement for the proposed Bell Community Centre

1.7

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

1.3 & 1.7

CSM RCSM & CSMs

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

1.7

CSMD

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

1.7

CSM

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

Dogwood Crossing Visual Arts Project

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Total library visits per capita

% Management agreements completed


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Investigate funding for Miles Dogwood Public Art Project Develop funding applications and facilitate implementation of Regional Public Art Project for Western Downs on Drayton Establish DOC and LGAQ Community Recovery Officers within Communities

Regional Art Development Fund

RADF 20 Year Celebrations Develop Disaster Recovery Activities in liaison with Local and District Disaster Coordination Centres

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

1.7

CSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.7

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.1

CSM's

01-Aug-11

30-Jun-12

1.7

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

CSM's

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

$ Funded for Regional Public Art Project for Western Downs on Drayton

Strategic Function 1C: Community Development - Improve community health and wellbeing through group and individual participation in social and recreational activities Youth Development

Sporting Programme

Review Wandoan Rural Youth Services for 2012 and beyond Develop Youth Shoot Strategy Report (Local and Regional Initiatives) Pilot Annual Forum for Community based Sport and Recreation Groups Develop Information and Communication Package

1.1

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

1.1

CSMs

01-Aug-11

31-Dec-11

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

RCSM

01-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

1.7 1.7

Community Fin Assist Program - Annual Donation

Develop a Community Grants Policy

1.1

Community Projects

Review Research Project for Rural Residential Sub-Divisions

Community Programmes

Community Events/Functions

RCSM & CSMs RCSM & CSMs

1.1

CSMT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Finalise Dalby Town Entry Elements Project Attract funding for Wandoan Visitor and Recreation Precinct Master Plan Develop a Community Services Section and Community Directory on WDRC Website

1.1

CSMD

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

1.1

CSMM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.1

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

Develop a Volunteers Policy

1.1

RCSM

01-Aug-11

31-Dec-11

Recruit Community Recovery Officers to develop and implement a Community Recovery Strategy

1.1

CROs

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

100 Year Celebrations for Tara Community

1.2

CSMT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

50 Year Celebrations for Miles Civic Centre

1.2

CSMM

01-Jul-11

10-Sep-11

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

% Participation rate of Council Supported Youth Programs

Strategic Function 1D: Community Services - Provide a safe and well-serviced communities Aged Care

Conduct Audit of Aged Care Facility Expenses Source funding opportunities for future expansion of aged care facilities

1.2 1.2

CSMM & CSMT CSMM & CSMT

% Occupancy Rate Regional Aged Cared Services % Occupancy Rate Regional Housing Services

Social Housing

Home & Community Care (HACC)

Determine requirements under WDRC Housing Strategy

1.2

CSMs

Implement WDRC Housing Strategy

1.2

DCS

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Review HACC Management Committee Structure to determine need for WDRC Regional HACC Advisory Committee

RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA1 Page 3 of 7

HACC client hours utilised


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Develop sub-contracts with HACC service providers

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

1.2

Timeframe Start

Finish

RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

09-Sep-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Aug-11

31-Oct-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

09-Sep-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

09-Sep-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Aug-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

01-Aug-11

1.2

PM

01-Jul-10

31-May-12

1.2

CFSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

CFSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

CFSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DFICT

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

People and Communities - Capital Projects

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11110.0802.200.0003

Dalby Pool - Diving tower re-installation - new steps need to be designed, built and installed that meet Heritage guidelines as well as the Building $50,000 Code Dalby Pool - upgrade & relocation of Chlorine Tank bund to comply with WPH&S regulations and to improve the level of safety to the public by not delivering chlorine via the Dalby Caravan Park $15,000 grounds Dalby Showgrounds - Asbestos removal to reduce the possibility of public injury/health concerns regarding the extremely poor condition of the old stable roofs and other site locations containing asbestos. Disposal must be conducted by licensed contractors and waste disposed of in registered waste facilities (Toowoomba closest site for required volume)

11110.0802.200.0011

11110.0802.200.0036

11110.0802.200.0050

11110.0802.200.0071

$100,000 Jandowae Pool - refurbishment of existing pumping and cleaning equipment in order to maintain the necessary health standards for water quality - resubmission of unapproved project from $160,000 2009/10 budget Jandowae Pool - purchase of thermal blanket to maintain water temperature and reduce water $23,000 evaporation Dalby Pool - 25m Indoor facility - expected grant of $4.6m from State funding for the development and construction of a 25m indoor heated swimming pool to be located adjacent to the existing Dalby $4,600,000 Pool Wandoan - Construction of a Skate Park for the Wandoan youth activities program - Council has applied for funding from Sport and Rec to the Value of $126000 - Carry over money only see project 11110.802.200.226 for 2011/12 allocation

11110.0802.200.0082

$60,256 Retaining Wall - Marble Street Arts Centre - Dalby

11110.0802.200.0171 11110.0802.200.0184 11110.0802.200.0208 11110.0802.200.0209 11110.0802.200.0210 11110.0802.200.0211 11110.0802.200.0212 11110.0802.200.0214

$30,000 $33,402 Bell - Community Centre Planning & Design Showground - Capital Works (Dalby) (was project $20,000 11110.802.200.0001 in 10/11 year) Showground Capital - Jandowae was project $20,000 11110.802.200.0195 in 10/11 Showground Capital - Bell (Project 11110.802.196 $20,000 in 10/11) Disposal of Wood Street - Dalby - Valuation $2,450 expense only Establishment of Corporate Office - Marble St $1,420,437 Carry Over - Main Contract $206,000 Establish Corporate Office - Air Conditioning

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

TCSM

01-May-11

31-Jan-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

1.2

CFSC

01-May-12

30-Jun-13

1.2

CCSM

01-Aug-11

30-Apr-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-May-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Establish Corporate Office - Fire Suppression System Removal & Fire detection system upgrade 11110.0802.200.0215

11110.0802.200.0216 11110.0802.200.0218 11110.0802.200.0219 11110.0802.200.0220 11110.0802.200.0221 11110.0802.200.0222 11110.0802.200.0223 11110.0802.200.0224 11110.0802.200.0225 14410.0802.200.0002

11110.0800.200.0015

11110.0800.200.0041

11110.0800.200.0041

11110.0800.200.0074

11110.0800.200.0082

11110.0802.200.0012

11110.0802.200.0030

11110.0802.200.0039

$16,800 Establish Corporate Office - Grounds Works (includes Car park Ergon substation) & Shade $164,500 structure Establish Corporate Office - Signage - internal & $75,000 exterior $19,000 Establish Corporate Office - Security System $25,000 Establish Corporate Office - Office Furniture Establish Corporate Office - Blinds & Reflective $43,000 film - level 4 & internal frosted film Establish Corporate Office - Project Consultants $33,000 Establish Corporate Office - Fire rating consultants $12,500 $45,000 Establish Corporate Office - AV System Establish Corporate Office - Acoustic Doors Level $35,000 1 & 4 Meeting Room Extensions to HACC centre 32 Bilton street Tara $194,444 Major refurbishment of the Tara Memorial Swimming Pool structure. Includes modification and fibre glassing of the pool "shell" creating a wet $250,000 deck area. Extension of Existing Gym @ Chinchilla Aquatic & Gym due to the increase of patronage by resource $130,000 workers. Extension of Existing Gym @ Chinchilla Aquatic & Gym due to the increase of patronage by resource $130,000 workers. Chinchilla Cultural Centre - Purchase of new equipment for use in conferences, replacement of air conditioning, reupholstering of 140 cinema chairs, installation of roof harness points to meet WHO standards for repairs on roof, repairs to timber floor in foyer and ballroom, replacement of damaged timber decking and completion of upstairs dressing rooms. $21,429 Provide exercise stations in Chinchilla Parks to encourage physical activity amongst locals and $55,000 visitors. Dalby Showgrounds - replacement of electrical services at the northern end of the site due to extremely poor condition of switchboxes, electrical wiring and power poles $60,000 Bell Community Centre - establishment of a Community Centre in the town of Bell resubmission of unapproved project from 2009/10 $1,300,000 budget Dalby - develop plans & relocation Dalby Library From Stuart Street to 107 Drayton Street $1,600,000

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

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11110.0802.200.0062

11110.0802.200.0074 11110.0802.200.0087

11110.0802.200.0091

Net Budget

Actions

Dalby Diplock Park - new solar lighting over Skate Park and relocation of existing toilet block closer to the Warrego Hwy for use by park users and $130,000 travelling public Kaimkillenbun Hall - refurbishment of electrical wiring within the hall as a result of identified failings of the existing wiring that may pose a serious safety risk to the hall users as well as posing a $10,000 potential fire risk Regional Showgrounds (7 of) - major project work to be shared across the regional showgrounds ($20,000 each) RECOMMEND: Project 11110.802.200.10 - $10K, Proj 11110.802.52 $140,000 $20K Wandoan - Wandoan Pool - Upgrade as per $38,000 RLCIP Application Wandoan Cultural Centre - Replace curtains with fire retardant curtains to meet fire safety standards, Curtains are torn and are getting to an $50,000 unusable state

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

31-May-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-10

30-Jun-20

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-11

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

FPOW

01-Aug-11

31-May-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Oct-11

29-Feb-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Oct-11

31-Jan-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

1.2

CDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Apr-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Miles - Miles Swimming Pool - Refine Inside of Main and toddlers pools with fibreglass coating, upgrade pipe work under Main pool, painting of concourse, upgrade of Main pool pump, replacement of ballast tank ladder and ass valves and install new chemical dosing pump, electrical earth bonding of equipment around the pool Fibre Glass main and toddles pool $160,000, Upgrade pipe work under pool , Upgrade main pool pump , Painting of concourse Replacement of Ballast tank ladder , replacement of identified valves , Install new Chemical Dosing equipment, upgrade starting blocks, electrical earth bonding

11110.0802.200.0108

11110.0802.200.0122

11110.0802.200.0123 11110.0802.200.0147

11110.0802.200.0148 11110.0802.200.0170 11110.0802.200.0189 11110.0802.200.0198 11110.0802.200.0202 11110.0802.200.0203

$250,000 Miles - Community housing - Painting of the interior and external of 3 community houses - The 3 community houses were identified in the Annual $20,000 Report Miles - Miles Retirement Village - Painting of the interior of 3 retirement village units - Identified in $20,000 Annual Report Miles - Condamine Cemetery - Install new Fence $6,000 existing fence falling down Miles - Pioneer Park Condamine - New Play Equipment, Currently has no play equipment and the park is used by travellers for rest stops $45,000 Upgrade facilities precinct Jandowae - Squash $80,000 Court, Gym & Pool area. Purchase of a new pool vacuum cleaner for Tara Memorial Swimming Pool $10,000 PCYC, Nicholson Street Car park - GRAVEL $30,000 ONLY Miles Centenary Park - Football Oval Master plan $28,000 & Telemetry Works $30,000 Wandoan - Main Street Streetscape Plan

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements 11110.0802.200.0204 11110.0802.200.0205 11110.0802.200.0213

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Net Budget

Actions

$50,000 Lagoon Walkway - Extension Development of Dalby Town Entrances as per $120,000 master plans Establish Corporate Office - Marble Street - Main $100,000 Contract - Estimated Extras PCYC Redevelopment Refer to council report tabled 15/06/2011 Timetable pushed back due to floods and additional costs due to additional $545,000 variations outside of contract

11110.0802.200.0226

PCYC Redevelopment Refer to council report tabled 15/06/2011 Timetable pushed back due to floods and additional costs due to additional $345,000 variations outside of contract Wandoan - Construction of a Skate Park for the Wandoan youth activities program - Sport & Rec funding - See Project 11110.802.200.82 for carry $152,810 over

11217.0800.200.0001

Detailed design Multipurpose Sporting Centre $50,000 Chinchilla

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Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

1.2

TCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-15

1.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-14

7.1

DCS

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

FPOW

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

1.2

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Activity 2: Growth and Opportunity Ambition Realise opportunities and build capacity for the sustainable growth of our prosperous region Accountability Chief Executive Officer and Director Community Services

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 2A: Major Projects - Maximise opportunities from major developments and ensure the highest level of regional governance and sustainability EIS Response

Respond to EIS/TOR/Amendments (2.1.7)

2.1

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

All EIS Responses provided within set deadlines

Research

Develop Major Project Fact Sheets (2.1.2) Develop Fact Book via online database system (2.1.11) Prepare and publish Economic Profiles annual update reports (2.4.8)

2.1

SERO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

100% Major Project fact sheets developed, loaded onto AWD website within 4 weeks

2.1

MDESM

2.4

EDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Dec-11

28-Feb-12

Strategic Function 2B: Economic Development - Encourage and facilitate growth through development of business and industry Business Growth

Western Downs Business Excellence Awards

2.6

EDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Improved average scores each District

Attend Surat Basin Conference

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Dec-11

10 key leads achieved business investment and skills attraction

Surat Basin Corporation

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Chambers of Commerce Operations

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

KPI's set for Chamber funding met satisfactorily

Facilitate Two Business Investment Tours

2.1

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of businesses attending events from outside region

Implement Supply Chain Building Program

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

10 businesses assisted with program

Establish Business Advisory Service (IP)

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

25 Businesses Supported

Advance Western Downs Website

2.6

EDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

No. of visits increased by 20% from previous year

Business News Monitor Develop Action Agenda Plans and present to Council (Links to ED Plan)

2.6

EDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of new subscribers quarterly

2.1

30-Jun-12

2.4

MDESM EDC

01-Jul-11

Exporters Strategy & Support Program

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of businesses participating in program

Business Support Initiatives

2.6

EDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of businesses participating in programs

Implement External Business Support Program

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

MDESM Infrastructure & Transport

Develop Industrial & Commercial Land Strategy in liaison with Planning Directorate

2.4

MDESM MDESM

IT Education & Training

Skilled Persons Attraction Develop Multi Media Business Centre Plan for presentation to Council and seek funding Develop Digital Economy Plan and commence implementation (IT&ETTG)

2.8

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

2.6

MDESM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Establish Knowledge Industry Precinct Undertake Telecommunications Audit & Gap Analysis, develop Plan and commence implementation (IT&ETTG) Develop and implement Major Projects Employment & Skills Impact Report

2.3

MDESM

01-Nov-11

30-Jun-12

2.6

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

2.8

JSDO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Moving Business Online

2.8

JSDO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA2 Page 1 of 3

Number of persons participating

Number of business participating in Moving Business Online program


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Develop and implement Skills Attraction & Business Investment Plan

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

2.8

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

MDESM Develop Housing Affordability Strategy and passed to Director Community Services for implementation

Social Infrastructure

2.3

MDESM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Launch the Regional Tourism Brand

2.5

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

Develop Regional and Local Marketing Collateral Review and Develop Tourism Section on WDRC Website

2.5

RCSM RCSM & CSMs

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Develop Local Stories (Interests and Experiences to be incorporated into promotions)

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Develop a Tourism Marketing Plan

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Develop Marketing Plan for Jimbour Amphitheatre

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Develop Communications Strategy to support requirements of all VICs in cohesive service-scape

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Review Electronic Touch Screens

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Review Book Easy System

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

% Increase in Annual Merchandise sales

Review Merchandise across each VIC

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

% increase of merchandise

Incorporate Regional Tourism Branding into VICs Develop a training program for staff and volunteers

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Establish Service Level Agreements for VICs

2.5

RCSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 2C: Tourism - Encourage the development of tourism and promotion of the Region Review economic value of regional events (Economic Value Models) Leverage events for promotion and lifestyle opportunities

Tourism Events

Marketing & Promotion

Visitor Information Centres

Media value of publicity gained through Tourism Promotion

Strategic Function 2D: Saleyards - Manage and operate a regionally competitive and financially sustainable modern saleyards complex in collaboration with key stakeholders. Develop Stage Two Concept Designs for Western Downs Saleyards Develop Marketing Plan and implement strategy for Western Downs Saleyards

Saleyards

2.7

DCS

01-Dec-11

31-Mar-12

2.7

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Growth and Liveability - Capital Projects Dalby Saleyards - Pavement Replacement. Replace pavement to minimise risks of operational hazards in the pavement area, satisfy WHS requirements and improve aesthetics. 16115.0801.200.0003

$300,000

2.7

DCS

01-Dec-11

29-Feb-12

16110.0802.200.0001

Lot 4 on W64132 subdivision of land (Wandoan) $800,000 East St

2.7

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Apr-12

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% Service Level Agreements Completed


Strategic Function Elements

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Net Budget

Actions

Lot 5 on RP 125663 Subdivision of land and construction, Butter Factory Jandowae - 15 $400,000 Allotments Mauldauf St Chinchilla Stormwater Drainage work $750,000 $100,000 Purchase of Land at Meandarra from DERM Industrial Land Development - Carmichael Street $3,500,000 Chinchilla - 7 Allotments Purchase Land in Wandoan - from DERM - 13 + $1,500,000 extra allotments $700,000 OH&S Upgrades - Stage 1 $20,000

Miles VIC Upgrade - Purchase & Installation of air conditioning upgrade for VIC and Office

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

2.6

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

2.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DPE

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

2.6

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

DCS

01-Sep-11

30-Nov-11

2.7

DCS

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

2.5

DCS

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Activity 3: Planning for Liveability Ambition Build an effective planning solution that enhances the liveability and lifestyle of our regional communities whilst promoting sustainable development Accountability Director Planning and Environment

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 3A: Strategic Planning - Review development policy and planning instruments in response to regional planning requirements. Planning Scheme

Public Notification Stage of New Planning Scheme Prepare New Planning Scheme for Council Adoption Finalise Extinguishment of Native Title at Wandoan Finalise Extinguishment of Native Title at Meandarra

3.1, 3.2, 3.5 & 3.6 3.1, 3.2, 3.5 & 3.6 3.6 3.6

PM PM DPE DPE

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

01-Jul-11

29-Feb-12

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

01-Jul-11

30-Oct-11

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

% Development Applications processed within Statutory Timeframes

Number Development Applications processed within Statutory Timeframes

Strategic Function 3B: Planning Services - Effectively resource and manage planning, development assessment and compliance. Planning Assessment

Effectively manage development assessment planning

3.4 & 3.5

PM

Strategic Function 3C: Building Services - Effectively resource and manage building, plumbing and drainage assessment, and inspection services. Building Assessment

Effectively manage development assessment, building and plumbing/drainage Promote Council's Building Certification Service

3.4 & 3.5

BSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

3.4 & 3.5

BSC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Planning for Liveability - Capital Projects

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA3 Page 1 of 1

% Increase Building Certification Service Client base


Strategic Activity 4: Our Environment Ambition Provide a healthy environment for our people today and the generations of tomorrow Accountability Director Planning and Environment

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Responsible Plan Linkage Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 4A: Environmental Health - Improving environmental health for the benefit of our regional communities and environment.

Environmental Health

Finalise the Environmental Health Advancement Plan, to consider Environmental health needs within WDRC Develop Environmental Health Advancement Sub Plans, such as Water Quality Study on nonreticulated supplies and swimming pools, disaster management, public education programs etc

4.3.3

EHC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11 % Reduction of Animal Infringements

4.3.3

EHC

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11 100% of Customer Requests responded to within Risk Based Response Timeframe

Finalise an Environmental Policy for Council

4.3.1

EHC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Develop Environmental Protection Sub Plans, such as Water Quality Study on urban waterways, Incident Response Plan etc

4.3.1

EHC

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12 Below Mean Average of Mosquito Borne Disease Notifications 90% of Licensed Food Businesses inspected in financial year

Local Law Enforcement

Finalise an Animal Management Plan, considering service ambitions and standards and developing procedures and work practices Develop Animal Management Sub Plans, such as Promotion and Education in relation to new local laws etc Manage implementation of new Local Laws including staff training and developing fact sheets

4.3.1

EHC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

4.3.1

EHC

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

50% of Licensed Flammable and Combustible Liquids Storage facilities inspected in financial year

50% of Registered Environmentally Relevant Activities audited in financial year 4.3.1

EHC

01-Aug-11

31-Dec-11

100% of Licensed Higher Risk Personal Appearance Services inspected in financial year

Strategic Function 4B: Rural Services and Natural Resource Management - Create a natural environment that is valued and sustainable by managing the region's natural character, heritage and values. Pest Management

Finalise Pest Management Plan including community consultation Implement Pest Management Plan including High Risk Pest Public Assistance Scheme Management of new Wash Down Bays including construction and operating procedures. Operate and maintain Wash Down Bays in accordance to operating procedures Operate barrier fences in accordance with NRM Barrier Fence Review, including consideration of changing obligations

4.1.2

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

4.1.2

RSNRMC

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

4.1.2

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

4.1.2

RSNRMC

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

4.1.2

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

% Increase participation in wild dog baiting programs

All new Parthenium outbreaks on public land treated within 10 days of reporting All new Parthenium outbreaks on public lands reinspected monthly until no regrowth evident for two years

Natural Resource Management

Continue stock take of high priority NRM Assets under Council's control including riverine areas and roadside areas Develop Assessment Criteria for NRM Community Project Assistance

4.1.1

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.1.1

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

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Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Develop and Implement Management Plans for the protection and management of critical NRM Assets

Stock Routes

Continue management of stock routes in accordance with legislative requirements Finalise and implement Stock routes Management Plan

Corporate Responsible Plan Linkage Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

4.1.1

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.1.1

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.1.1

RSNRMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 4C: Waste Management - Meet the current and growing needs of our region through a coordinated and considered approach to services and environmental infrastructure.

Waste Management Strategy

Undertake review of 2009 Waste Infrastructure Strategy to reflect new Waste and Recycling Act

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Implement Waste Education Plan

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Promotion of changes to Waste Management resulting from strategy and legislative changes

4.3.2

WMC

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

Increase Tonne/per capita domestic recyclable material from previous financial year

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-13

Decrease % contamination rate of domestic recycled material from previous financial year.

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

% Increase Green waste recycled in Dalby and Chinchilla

% Increase concrete recycled in Dalby and Chinchilla

Develop and implement development of Waste Reduction and Recycling Strategy as required by legislation

Waste Collection

Contract Management of new collection contract

Waste Landfills

Resolve legacy tenure and licensing issues with current landfills

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Continuous improvement to on ground operations to meet compliance with DERM conditions including requirements of the new Waste and Recycling Act (Site Based Risk Assessment, Site Based Management Plans and Waste acceptance criteria etc)

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

WMC

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

WMC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.3.2

WMC

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

4.3.2

WMC

01-Sep-11

30-Apr-12

Complete Waste Levy Readiness Project including security, illegal dumping, supervision, ICT, audit, surveying, stockpile management, cost recovery, levy collection and administration Maximise recovery opportunities to minimise exposure to Waste Levy including green waste, concrete and other recycling initiatives Develop post-closure and after-care management plans for landfills approaching end of life Commence rehabilitation of closed landfills

Transfer Stations

4.3.4

4.3.4 4.3.4

Conclude investigations of East Regional Landfill Preparation and submission of Development Application for East Regional Landfill

4.3.4

Continue investigations of West Regional Landfill

4.3.4

Develop Operating and Logistics Strategies for Waste Transfer Facilities Implement Operating and Logistics Strategies for Waste Transfer Facilities

4.3.4

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Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Maximise recovery opportunities to minimise exposure to Waste Levy including green waste, concrete and other recycling initiatives

Corporate Responsible Plan Linkage Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

WMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.1.2

EHM

01-Jan-12

31-Aug-12

4.3.3

EHM

01-Jul-11

30-Apr-12

4.1.2

EHM

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

4.1.2

EHM

01-Sep-11

29-Feb-12

4.3.4

Our Environment - Capital Projects

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41110.0802.200.0005 42211.0802.200.0007

42211.0802.200.0009

43311.0802.200.0001 43311.0802.200.0004

43311.0802.200.0007 43311.0802.200.0009

41110.0802.200.0003

41110.0802.200.0004 41125.0807.200.0002

42211.0802.200.0004

Relocation of Pound to Jandowae Road Depot & Include Provision for Cats - Dalby Increase on last years carry over due to depot $232,500 location (further down back) Renovation of public toilets - Russell Park Bunya Mts. Current toilets in poor repair, require extensive renovation (including replacement of $17,000 rotten timbers) $66,600 Washdown Bay - Wandoan Washdown Bay - Chinchilla RLCIP application successful. Requires directional boring of water/sewer under Warrego Hwy and Western $900,000 Rail Waste Transfer Facility - Dalby. Carry over project; EIP 80%, Council balance 20% + $3,857,143 contingency $293,000 Waste Transfer Facility - Kaimkillenbun Provision of 'front of house' transfer station for Miles. Current Miles landfill is operationally insufficient; Transfer station was proposed in Waste Strategy Review for the longer term, however, being brought forward due to $240,000 development in area Drummuster Enclosure - Dalby. To be constructed $6,500 at Dalby Transfer station Construction of new pound - Tara. Current pound undersized, in poor condition and unlikely to comply with animal welfare requirements. $76,923 Rejected from 2009/10 budget Construction of new pound - Chinchilla. Current pound is undersized, is in poor condition and is unlikely to comply with animal welfare $100,000 requirements $80,000 Landfill lids in lieu of soil purchase Washdown Bay - Miles. Seeking funding from APLNG (Origin) group. Location/design undecided $600,000 and discussing this with APLNG

4.3.1

EHM

01-May-11

30-Apr-12

4.3.1

EHM

01-Jul-11

29-Feb-12

4.3.1

EHM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-12

4.3.4

EHM

01-Aug-11

30-Apr-12

4.3.1

EHM

01-Sep-11

30-Sep-12

4.3.1

EHM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

4.3.4

EHM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

4.1.2

EHM

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

4.3.4

EHM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-12

Fencing Project for high priority landfills. some higher profile landfills being targeted by illegal dumping, project is to fence or complete fencing for those sites. Including Miles, Tara, Wandoan, Jandowae, Condamine. May be required with the introduction of state govt waste levy from 2011/12 43311.0802.200.0002

$203,333

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Responsible Plan Linkage Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Post closure care for recently closed landfills (Jimbour, Brigalow) and those potentially closing (Macalister, 21 Mile). DERM licensing requirement 43311.0802.200.0008

43311.0802.200.0013

43311.0802.200.0014 43311.0802.200.0015

43311.0802.200.0016

$80,000 Development of East Landfill (development approval, commencement of detailed design, early works). Initial site investigations commenced Feb $250,000 2011 Waste Transfer Station - Chinchilla. Front of house facility, with weighbridge for DERM waste levy audit (weighbridge required under S 37 of Waste $833,333 Reduction and Recycling Act) $100,000 Improved on site facilities - Tara Landfill Provision of 'front of house' transfer station for Miles. Current Miles landfill is operationally insufficient; transfer station was proposed in Waste Strategy Review for the longer term however being brought forward due to $240,000 development in area

4.3.3

EHM

01-Jul-11

31-Jan-12

4.3.1

EHM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

4.3.1

EHM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-13

4.3.4

EHM

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

4.3.1

DPE

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-12

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Activity 5: Utility Services Ambition Manage our water, sewerage and gas networks to achieve reliability, safety and cost effectiveness for our customers Accountability Director Engineering Services

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 5A: Water - Manage water treatment, networks, revenue and assets to achieve safe, reliable and cost effective water supplies. Bores

Maintain and operate Water Bore Assets as required

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12 % Take-up of WaterWise Rebate scheme

Weir

Maintain and operate Surface Water Assets as required

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Less than 10:1 Ratio of planned vs unplanned interruptions Response time < one hour for 95% of incidents for towns

Treatment

Investigate technical requirements for upgrade to existing water and sewerage infrastructure due to resource development in the region

SA5

Maintain and operate Water Treatment Assets to achieve required water quality standards

Response time < two hour for 95% of incidents for villages and hamlets UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Restoration services > 90% restored within four hours for towns

Operate fluoridation in Miles Complete planning for new water treatment plant at Tara

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Restoration services > 90% restored within five hours for villages

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

01-Jan-12

Implement fluoridation in Chinchilla Work with the energy sector to implement infrastructure upgrades

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.1

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Restoration services > 90% restored within twelve hours for hamlets Less than 5 reportable events under the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act Less than 10 water quality complaints per 1,000 connections per year for towns Less than 20 water quality complaints per 1,000 connections per year for villages

Storage

Continue with reservoir inspection and cleaning program

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Distribution

Maintain and operate Distribution Assets as required

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Promote Western Downs Waterwise Program Continue working with sports and community groups on their Water Conservation Plans

5.4

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.4

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Continue roll out of automatic read meters

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Achieve full cost recovery plus appropriate margin on projects tendered and constructed within resource constraints

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Conservation

Commercial Works

Raw Water

Operate existing untreated water supplies to appropriate customer service standards for villages and hamlets Operate existing Raw Water Supplies to community and sporting groups

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA5 Page 1 of 7


Strategic Function Elements

Water Revenue

Net Budget

Actions Provide of technical advice and support to Council's Revenue Team and customers

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

5.1

GMU

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 5B: Recycled Water - Manage recycled water treatment, networks, revenue and assets to achieve safe, reliable and cost effective water supplies.

Treatment

Maintain and operate Treatment Assets as required under Recycled Water Supply Agreements

Storage

N/A

Distribution

Complete Recycled Water Management Plans for community users

5.3

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Maintain and operate Distribution Assets as required under Recycled Water Supply Agreements

5.3

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

GMU

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.3

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12 Comply with requirements of Recycled Water Agreements.

Commercial Works

N/A

Recycled Water Revenue

Provide of technical advice and support to Council's Revenue Team and customers

Strategic Function 5B: Wastewater - Manage wastewater treatment, collection and pumping, revenue and assets to achieve reliable and environmentally sensitive wastewater systems Treatment

Maintain and operate Wastewater Treatment Assets as required Continue planning for a new wastewater plant in Miles and Wandoan Work with the energy sector to implement infrastructure upgrades

5.5

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.5

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.5

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Response time < one hour for 95% of incidents Restoration services > 90% restored within four hours % samples meet or exceed licensing requirements

Pumping Station

Maintain and operate Wastewater Pumping Assets as required

5.5

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Mains

Undertake CCTV inspections in Miles, Chinchilla and Tara as per network program

5.5

UNM

01-Jul-11

31-May-12

Operate and maintain sewer network assets in accordance with customer service standards

5.5

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Commercial Works

Achieve full cost recovery plus appropriate margin on projects tendered and constructed within resource constraints

5.5

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Wastewater Revenue

Assist with the implementation of wastewater charging regime with the provision of technical advice and support

5.5

GMU

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 5C: Gas - Manage Dalby gas network, revenue and assets to achieve a safe, cost effective gas distribution system. Gate Station

Operate and maintain Gate Station Assets as required

5.7

UNM

Work completed with 10% or greater margin achieved Measure cubic metres of gas loss Regulation Station

Operate and maintain Regulation Station Assets as required

5.7

UNM

01-Jul-11

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30-Jun-12

Response time < one hour for 95% of incidents


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function % Turnover as Dividend to Council % Return on Investment

Operate and maintain Gas Distribution Assets as required Ongoing development and review of gas operating procedures

Mains

5.7

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.7

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Retail

Promote the efficiencies and benefits of natural gas

5.7

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Commercial Works

Achieve full cost recovery plus appropriate margin on projects tendered and constructed within resource constraints

5.7

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Gas Revenue

Provide of technical advice and support to Council's Revenue Team and customers

5.7

GMU

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jan-11

30-Sep-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-10

31-Jul-11

5.4

UTM

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-10

31-Jul-11

Utility Services - Capital Projects

14135.0802.200.0001

14135.0802.200.0002

Filtration upgrade for Miles water supply. This project was not originally budgeted for in 2009/10. Council obtained RLCIP funding of $380,000 for the project which meant the timing of the project was brought forward. A small amount of expenditure is expected in 2009/10 with most in $126,667 2010/11 Construction of a 2ML RO plant for the Dalby water supply. $6.6 million total budget for evap ponds RO plant and Bores. About 4 million already spent. Project is behind schedule so we can expect about $2.37 million as carry over works $242,308 Fluoridation Water Supply - Miles This project was mandated by QLD Government legislation. The project has been carried over because of delays in Government approval. This project is subject to 100% funding by government.

14135.0802.200.0004

$18,808 Bell water plant upgrades. Chemical storages do not comply with safety requirements. It is intended to upgrade chlorine storage , and commence conversion to liquid chemicals. This will require the replacement of chemical pumps and tanks in some cases. Tanks would be bunged.

14135.0802.200.0006

$20,000 Warra water plant- Chemical dosing upgradeCurrent chemical tanks do not comply with safety legislation. Conversion to all liquid chemicals would be commenced and some dose pumps would be replaced. Tanks would be bunged.

14135.0802.200.0007

14135.0802.200.0010

$20,000 Miles water plant- Replace roof. Existing roof is asbestos and is in poor condition. This represents an WH&S risk but also has water quality implications for the plant as it is not currently bird $2,692 proof.

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Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.1

GMU

01-Jun-11

31-Dec-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-10

31-Jul-11

UTM

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

Tim Low

01-Jul-10

31-Jul-11

Dalby Water Treatment Plant- Alum sludge processing facility - DERM directive is that current arrangements are no longer acceptable 14135.0802.200.0011

14135.0802.200.0012

14140.0802.200.0002

14140.0802.200.0003 14141.0802.200.0002

14141.0802.200.0004 14150.0802.200.0007

$150,000 Miles-Construct storage shed at Miles water treatment plant. Existing shed to be used by PandG and fenced off. New shed to be built $55,385 beside treatment plant. 9 x 8 x 3 m . Miles water supply reservoir- Reservoir inspections showed that the old Miles reservoir was unsound in the roof. Roof is sheeted with asbestos which is in poor condition. Reservoir is unable to be entered and is not currently in use. Roof must be replaced. $5,385 Warra Off Stream Storage - Dam 50ML. Completion of the pump station component of this $17,692 project. $2,308 Fall Arrest System - Miles Water Tower Ladder Replacement or pressure/diesel Pump System Operation - Moonie revise pumps set and install diesel back up ladder can then be removed and system work with tower off line. $20,000 $13,143 Jandowae - Installation of remote read meters

5.1

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jan-11

31-Jul-11

5.1

UNM

01-Apr-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

5.1

UNM

01-Nov-10

31-Oct-11

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-10

31-Oct-11

5.1

UNM

01-Oct-10

30-Nov-11

5.1

UTM

01-Aug-10

31-Jul-11

Chinchilla - Installation of new remote read meters 14150.0802.200.0008

$418,560 Jandowae - Water mains replacements Jandowae areas to be assessed - a lot of old AC mains with break history and valves which are not working.

14152.0802.200.0001

14152.0802.200.0003 14152.0802.200.0006

14152.0802.200.0008 14152.0802.200.0009 14152.0802.200.0011 14153.0803.200.0004

14223.0802.200.0001 14223.0802.200.0002

$25,000 Tara - Replacement Main - Surat Development Road Materials have been purchased. work not $30,000 completed as terrain is very wet Miles - New Treatment Water Pumps & Standby $3,846 Generators - Water Treatment Plant Chinchilla water mains replacements To include 360 metres of mains along Wondai $14,444 Road Dalby water mains replacements - Coutts Moreton $17,143 Hawthorne Sts area Warra water - rising main replacement 2,000 $60,000 meters section $8,333 Replace Edward Street Water Pump Station Upgrade Pump Station 4 Black Street Dalby Design and reconstruction including new rising $1,000,000 mains as per Network Analysis $85,714 Upgrade Meandarra Pumping Station

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

5.6

UTM

01-May-11

31-Mar-12

Dalby, Tara Wandoan and Chinchilla - sewer manhole relining - required in various locations to reseal and prevent infiltration into the manholes 14232.0803.200.0010 14320.0803.200.0005

14322.0802.200.0001

$79,725 $12,000 Gas main extensions - Winton St East Regulator upgrade - separate district regulator from White Industries regulator to remove district $40,000 reg from private property

5.6

UNM

01-May-11

31-Dec-11

5.7

UNM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.7

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

53319.0802.200.0001 14121.0803.200.0002

14135.0802.200.0005

14135.0802.200.0008

Net Budget

Actions

Construction of new gas gate station - required for compliance of gas inspectorate audit - previous $119,808 project budgeted at $400,000 Condamine - Install Telemetry system for supply of $10,000 creek water - Refer to Cr. Smith Tara water plant augmentation- Investigate design and construct an RO plant for the Tara water supply. Estimated $750,000 expenditure over three years. Planning commence 10/11 with $552,000 construction 11/12 - 12/13

$20,000

Jandowae water plant- Upgrade chemical dosing facilities. Current chemical storage does not comply with OFandS legislation. Work towards the use of all liquid chemicals . Will require the replacement of tanks , provision of bunging and possibly dose pump changes.

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

5.7

GMU

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Dec-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jun-11

31-Dec-12

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.4

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.1

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

5.1

UTM

01-Apr-12

30-Jun-13

Chinchilla water plant fluoridation -Fluoridation will be required by law by the end of 2012. Plan to include chlorine and activated carbon in upgrade. Project will be subject to stringent design approval processes by the government. Fluoride component will be fully funded by subsidy 14135.0802.200.0009

14135.0802.200.0016

14135.0802.200.0018

$350,000

$500,000

Dalby - Planning and construction of RO plant concentration stage - 2010/11 high rainfall and flooding used up 2 - 3 years of evap pond storage. Secondary RO stage needs to be brought forward to reduce waste stream and manage future risk of high rainfall events.

Wandoan - Construct new water treatment plant to meet proposed development needs - funded by $600,000 Xstrata initially Dalby Water Treatment Plant - Purchase neighbouring land - approx 4.5 Ha for buffer zone and construction of flood protection works

14135.0802.200.0019

$250,000

5.2

GMU

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14140.0802.200.0001

Dalby water supply reservoir repairs- Work was done on the posts but leak is still huge - approx 300kl per day. Polyurea costing of both 9 and 4 Ml reservoirs is required, and new roofing to 4 Ml $501,429 reservoir Water reticulation extensions - unplanned projects to new developments which will be substantially funded by developer contributions through infrastructure agreements

5.1

UTM

01-May-11

31-Oct-11

14151.0802.200.0001

$200,000

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14151.0802.200.0002

14151.0802.200.0006

$144,000

Miles water - reticulation extensions to new developments. Includes 400 metres of 200mm diameter along racecourse rd. Project timing dependent on receipt of contributions from developer infrastructure agreements

Miles - 100mm diameter main extension for 220 metres in Daisy St ( Wallen to Dawson) for loop $40,000 main interconnection

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

14151.0802.200.0007

Net Budget

Actions

Miles - 2 x 200mm diameter trunk mains replacements out of treatment plant for 25 metres each. These 2 mains cross private land and $180,000 buildings are on top of them Miles - Upgrade of 80mm diameter main to 150mm diameter in Industrial lane for 350 metres. Will improve flow and pressure to industrial area.

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14151.0802.200.0008

$70,000

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14151.0802.200.0009

Miles - 100mm diameter main extension from dead end in Lawton St to Race course Rd - 30 metres will improve flow and reduce dirty water complaints $20,000 from dead end. Wandoan - mains replacement/upgrade in Jerrard and Clark St area to improve hydrant pressures $33,000 210 metres of 150mm mains.

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UNM

01-Dec-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.1

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-14

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14151.0802.200.0010

Dalby - 150mm water main to service Healy St Developments - WDRC Depot and Arrow Energy 14151.0802.200.0011

14151.0802.200.0012

14152.0802.200.0018

14152.0802.200.0019

14152.0802.200.0020

14223.0802.200.0003

14223.0802.200.0004

14223.0802.200.0008

$90,000 Flinton - Reticulation alterations. Existing reticulation has been installed by locals in some areas, and in cases is straight line through private property and on top of the ground. There are meters in series to two properties. Requires approx 300 metres of 63 OD poly and some new $35,000 services. Warra - 150mm rising main replacement for 100 metres including under road bores of Warrego Hwy to provide secondary feed to tower. Old line $44,000 AC with bad break history. Dalby Water main replacement programme continue work in Coutt, Moreton Hawthorne Street $200,000 areas approx 1,500 metres Warra - 50m of 150mm main replacement including under bore of Warra Kogan Rd - existing $22,000 main with break history Jandowae sewer pumpstation upgrades- Existing pump parts are no longer available. Is expected to replace pumps and some pipework only. $50,000 Miles-Construct new sewerage treatment plantPlanning stage 11-12 and construction from 12-13$84,000 14 Chinchilla - reconstruct Pump Station B - Zeller Stto cater for development - funding from developer $500,000 infrastructure agreements Chinchilla - Reconstruct sewerage pumps station F - Gaske Lane - to cater fro development growth funded by developer infrastructure agreements

14223.0802.200.0009

$500,000

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14223.0802.200.0010

Chinchilla - Reconstruct sewage pump station D to cater for development and remove existing bottleneck - partly funded by developer $100,000 infrastructure agreements Miles - Sewage Treatment Plant - Construct additional evaporation ponds - current capacity is not sufficient and overflow from site has occurred

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

14223.0802.200.0011

$100,000

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

Mile - Construct new sewage pump station in Hookswood Rd area to cater for developments funding from developer infrastructure agreements planning in 11-12 and construction in future years 14223.0802.200.0012 14223.0802.200.0013 14223.0802.200.0014

14223.0802.200.0015

$61,538 Wandoan - Construct new wastewater plant to $555,556 cater for growth - Xstrata funded $100,000 Wandoan - new sewage pump station no 4 Sewerage Pumps Stations - Design and tender documentation for upgrade and construction of new pump stations - needed to have projects ready to go to meet developer timelines $60,000

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-13

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

5.6

UTM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

5.6

UNM

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

5.6

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.6

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.6

UNM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-13

5.6

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.6

UNM

01-Dec-11

30-Jun-12

5.7

UNM

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

5.7

UNM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

5.7

UNM

01-May-11

30-Aug-11

5.7

GMU

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

Dalby - Healy St sewage pump station to service developments - WDRC Depot and Arrow Energy 14223.0802.200.0016

$350,000 Dalby sewer main extension - to service new developments and mainly funded through developer infrastructure agreement contributions

14230.0803.200.0003

$46,154 Wandoan sewer extensions to service new developments - largely funded through developer infrastructure agreement contributions

14230.0803.200.0004

$50,000 Chinchilla - Construct new rising mains from SPS nos B and F to WWTP - to cater for developments funded by developer infrastructure agreements

14230.0803.200.0009

14230.0803.200.0010 14230.0803.200.0011

14230.0803.200.0012

14320.0803.200.0001 14320.0803.200.0003 14320.0803.200.0004 14322.0802.200.0002

$525,000 Miles - new rising main Stage 1 from new PS 3 in Hookswood Rd area to Treatment Plant - Design $38,462 only in 11-12 Sewerage regional - Manhole relining - ongoing $50,000 programme Dalby - New sewer rising main to Healy St Development pump station - WDRC Depot and Arrow Energy. Part Council funded for future $55,000 provisions Extensions to gas reticulation network to serve new customers and connect dead end areas $2,308 Extensions to gas network to new customers and $20,000 to link dead end mains Reroute high pressure gas main around CRT $45,000 development site Regulator upgrades - continuation of existing $46,154 programme.

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Activity 6: Infrastructure Ambition Build and maintain civil infrastructure to create safe and liveable communities within our region Accountability Director Engineering Services

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 6A: Works - Plan, design, construct and maintain regional civil infrastructure to service the needs of the Dalby district. Footpaths

Maintain footpath network to agreed levels of service Liaise with Council to develop Community Levels of Service for Council's footpath network Implement Adopted Community Levels of Service for the Council's footpath network Implement a scheduled footpath inspection program Develop 10 Year Program for Footpath Extension and Replacement for each district

Roads

Bridges

Stormwater Drainage

Rural Drainage

Street lighting

6.2

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

6.2

GMW

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Achieve <10% margin M&R expenditure vs budget allocation per quarter

6.3

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

% footpath network inspected and reports completed

6.2

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Maintain road network to agreed levels of service Liaise with Council to develop Community Levels of Service for Council's road network Implement Adopted Community Levels of Service for the Council's road network

6.2

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

6.2

GMW

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

Implement a scheduled road inspection program

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Maintain bridge structures to agreed levels of service

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Implement a scheduled bridge inspection program

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Maintain stormwater infrastructure to agreed service standards Develop stormwater network analysis for selected catchments in Dalby town area Implement Stormwater Master plan for selected catchments in Chinchilla

Liaise with DERM to determine if existing Wambo Shire River Trust remains statutory body or will become part of Council's normal function Determine if River Trust should take in wider area beyond former Wambo Shire

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Maintain Street lighting infrastructure to acceptable Council standards

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 1 of 10

% of planned road infrastructure inspections completed Response time <14 days for 90% of customer requests


Strategic Function Elements

Public Offstreet Car parks

Net Budget

Actions Maintain off-street car park infrastructure to acceptable Council standards

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.5

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.5

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.5

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

6.5

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6B: Aerodromes - Maintain and enhance aerodromes relevant to CASA and community requirements Aerodrome

Maintain Aerodrome infrastructure to agreed service standards Continue working with external stakeholders to source funding for the staged implementation of the Chinchilla Aerodrome master plan. Gain development approval for future development of the Chinchilla Aerodrome Liaise with resource companies in relation to the future of Miles and Wandoan Aerodromes

Strategic Function 6C: Asset Management - Develop a whole of organisation approach to implement best practice asset management

Asset Management

Develop Asset Management Plans for all asset classes including setting service levels Implement an Asset Management Policy and Asset Management Strategy Implement a strategy to resource the Asset Management function of Council

6.1

AM

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

6.1

CEO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.1

CEO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6D: Cemetery Operations - Maintain cemetery operations to a level acceptable to the community Cemetery

Develop Service Level Agreement with Community Services Implement Cemeteries Online Maintain and operate Cemeteries to agreed service standards

6.9

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.9

GMW

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

6.9

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6E: Parks & Gardens - Maintain regional Parks and Gardens assets to service the needs of the Western Downs Communities Parks & Gardens

Maintain parks, gardens and open space assets to agreed levels of service Develop Levels of Service for Council's parks, gardens and open space assets Implement a scheduled parks and gardens assets inspection program

6.9

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.9

GMW

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.9

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6F: Council Depots - Provide and maintain functional depot facilities to support Council operations in each district Council Depots

Maintain and operate depots to meet Council's operational requirements Integration of Dalby district depot services to one facility

6.2

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Timeframe

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 6G: Commercial Works - Actively pursue commercial works opportunities within our region

Commercial Works

Achieve full cost recovery plus appropriate margin on projects tendered and constructed within resource constraints

6.7

% margin achieved major works completed Main Roads - RMPC

Main Roads - BMI

Main Roads - Construction

Main Roads - Flood Damage

Carry out operations in accordance with Main Roads Contract Maintain quality assurance systems as per certification requirements Carry out operations in accordance with Main Roads Contract Maintain quality assurance systems as per certification requirements

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Achieve full cost recovery plus appropriate margin on projects tendered and constructed within resource constraints Carry out operations in accordance with Main Roads Contract Maintain quality assurance systems as per certification requirements

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Carry out operations in accordance with Main Roads Contract

6.7

WM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6H: Fleet - To manage an efficient fleet and plant to support Council operations Fleet

Maintain and utilise Council's fleet and plant assets to achieve efficient operation

6.6

FC

Accountable Tools (Floating Plant)

Operate within allocated budget for accountable tools

6.6

WM

Plant Utilisation Rate 01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6I: Workshop - Provide and maintain functional depot facilities to support Council operations in each district Workshop

Maintain and operate workshops to meet Council's operational requirements

6.2

FC

Strategic Function 6J: Quarry - To provide quality quarry products at competitive prices

Jimbour Quarry

Maintain and operate Jimbour Quarry to meet Council's operational and external client's needs

6.8

GMW % margin achieved on product sales

Integrate the mobile crushing operations to ensure compliance with Mines Department regulations

6.8

Mobile Crusher

Maintain and operate Council's Gravel Pits to meet Council's operational and external client's needs

6.8

Gravel Pits

GMW 01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

WM

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 3 of 10


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 6K: Declared Disaster Recovery - Restore Council assets as per NDRRA Guidelines Flooding

Submit NDDRA flood management claims as required

Storm Damage

Respond to emergencies within acceptable timeframe

6.2

6.2

DES

DES

Infrastructure - Capital Projects 12422.0804.200.0009 12422.0804.200.0012 12422.0804.200.0022 12422.0804.200.0027 12422.0804.200.0028 12422.0804.200.0029 12422.0804.200.0046

12422.0804.200.0047 12422.0804.200.0049

12430.0807.200.0171

12430.0807.200.0172 13110.0802.200.0003 13110.0802.200.0007 13110.0802.200.0025 13110.0802.200.0026 13110.0802.200.0027

$9,500 Ramp - Move to Wambo Depot - Dalby $1,180,000 Construct New Workshop - Dalby Renovate Existing Building - Amalgamation Stores $45,000 Depot - Dalby Construct Hardstand - Upgrade Depot Plan - Dalby $557,955 $400,000 Utilities Building - Depot Upgrade - Dalby Design of New Industrial Subdivision - Reconfigure $1,000,000 Lot 11 on D9140 Healy - Dalby Disposal of Works Depot - Irvingdale Road - Dalby $2,500 - Valuation Expenses Only Carry over funds to finis smoko/crib room within existing shed Chinchilla $20,000 Ran out of time (floods, other priority work etc) Fitting out of offices and walkway, bitumen $12,000 spraying to car park 2349 Ute (carry over) new vehicle ordered however due to the Japan crisis vehicle will not be $37,023 delivered until late July early August 2216 Carry over New ute ordered, Due to the Japan crisis ute will not be delivered until late July $33,386 early august Inverai Road Rehabilitation 11.80 to 13.80 (RRG $320,000 TIDS) $100,000 Dalby Main Street Traffic Management Upgrade Culverts - Owen Street under Blaxland $37,000 Street & Hayden - Dalby $40,000 Bidstrups Road - Carry Over Second Seal $35,000 Springvale Road - Carry Over Reseal

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2 6.2 6.2 6.2

DES DES DES DFICT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

DES 6.2 6.2

WMD DES

6.6 DES 6.6 6.2

WMD

18-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Aug-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

Branch Creek Rd - Carry Over Road Construction 13110.0802.200.0028 13110.0802.200.0029 13111.0802.200.0002

$45,000 $9,100,000 Kumbarrilla Lane Bitumen & Construction Reseal Program 2011/12 includes prior year $780,000 programme carryover Zellar Street intersection. Upgrade intersection with Gakse Ln to improve safety with new subdivisions. work on Intersection of Gaske Lane, Zellar St, and Chinchilla Tara Road.

13112.0802.200.0004

$650,000

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

03-Jan-00

13112.0802.200.0009

6.2

WMCT

01-Dec-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMCT

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

13112.0802.200.0025

$70,000 Ko Ko Road. New road for access to a block V Bells Road - Bridge Replacement - Chinchilla $203,077 $416,000 Beelbee Road - Carry Forward

6.2

WMCT

01-Jan-11

30-Apr-12

13114.0802.200.0017

Racecourse road - Turnout Construction (Pre $180,000 development)

6.2

WMM

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-12

13112.0802.200.0011

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 4 of 10

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

13114.0802.200.0018 13116.0802.200.0001 13120.0802.200.0005 13120.0802.200.0012 13124.0802.200.0006

Net Budget

Actions

Dulacca South Road 95.0 to 10.0) - Asset upgrade $90,000 - Widen and seal Bell Tourist Route - Markham Hill Road - Fill in $124,000 Section Grosmont Road (22.59) - Bridge Deck $11,538 Replacement - Asset Replacement Nathan Road (0.0 to 4.0) - Asset upgrade - widen $75,000 and overlay & Seal $400,000 Chinchilla Reseal Program Carry forward

13128.0802.200.0002

$10,000

13128.0802.200.0003

$25,000

13147.0802.200.0008

$90,000

13160.0803.200.0001

$1,400,000

Reseal Entrance & Internal Roads - Aerodrome Dalby Resurface Aircraft Parking Apron - Aerodrome Dalby Murilla Street Streetscape Stage 2 Pine Street to Tully Street Patrick Street Bridge Replacement

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

29-Feb-12

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-10

30-Sep-11

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

FWC

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

6.6

FWC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

6.6

FWC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Truck Stormwater - Gaske Lane to Charleys Creek 13311.0803.200.0002

$1,304,725 Depot Pressure Cleaner Electrics on old unit failing. Uneconomical to repair

12422.0804.200.0038

12422.0804.200.0039

12422.0804.200.0040

$7,500

$20,000

$50,000

Fitment of electric motors to 4 workshop roller doors Request through safety committee/advisors and workshop staff Heavy roller doors even with the chain drive & correct adjustment Repair concrete floor in workshop Original floor has a thin concrete overlay over the top of the structural concrete. This overlay is breaking away leaving large and dangerous holes in the floor causing accidents. Quote to repair $49,400 Planning & Design to upgrade Tara Depot wash down bay Wash down bay overflows when washing any item of plant/equipment. Solid material traps all water. No suitable pit/trap for solid material. Water cannot fall away from wash which then overflows into yard

12422.0804.200.0041

$10,000

6.6

FWC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

12422.0804.200.0042

$45,000 Soil Lab Relocation - Dalby $42,000 Materials area - Dalby - Gravel pad & bins

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

$52,000 New Storage Sheds $52,000 New Staff Car park

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

FM

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

12422.0804.200.0043 12422.0804.200.0044 12422.0804.200.0045 12422.0804.200.0048

12430.0807.200.0001

$9,918 Purchase Fuel Bowser for Jandowae Depot 2407 Jimbour Quarry Pre Coater (homemade unit) Approx 22 years old. Home made unit which has become in efficient. Also numerous OH & S $170,000 issues

12430.0807.200.0135

2403 Smith Low Loader 22yrs. Council policy 20 yrs. Requires size upgrade to quad axle for legal $230,000 loading Ambi Trencher - replacement with a trencher arm for the backhoe. Approx 25yrs Ambi trencher $15,000 unusable do to OH & A issues

12430.0807.200.0136

$7,500 2386 - Slasher 28 yrs old Completely worn out

12430.0807.200.0134

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

12430.0807.200.0137 12430.0807.200.0138 12430.0807.200.0139 12430.0807.200.0140 12430.0807.200.0141 12430.0807.200.0142 12430.0807.200.0143

12430.0807.200.0144

12430.0807.200.0145

12430.0807.200.0146 12430.0807.200.0147 12430.0807.200.0148 12430.0807.200.0149

12430.0807.200.0151 12430.0807.200.0152

12430.0807.200.0154

12430.0807.200.0155

Net Budget

$60,000

New Plant Ride on Footpath Scrubber for the regional town main streets Requested to address regular main street $40,000 complaints in most towns 1 x Ute (2573) Upgrade of Wandoan SES vehicle (trade SES ute 2753.2294 to SES, new to Works $40,000 $27,000 1 x Ute (2297) As per vehicle replacement policy 3 x Sedans (2590,2342,2770) As per vehicle $110,000 replacement policy 3 x utes (2344,2345,2343) As per vehicle $109,000 replacement policy 2 x 4WD 2927,2223 Sees ute upgrade. Sell SES utes 2927 & 2223 - 2351 & 2352 to SES new to $80,000 works 1 x Wagon 2870 As per vehicle replacement policy $36,923 9 x Sedans 1080 1083 1086 1134 1119 2231 2573 2575 2811 $270,000 As per vehicle replacement policy 8 x Sedans (1114 1112 1113 2790 2808 2805 2841 1115) $245,000 As per vehicle replacement policy $124,000

12430.0807.200.0157

$132,000

12430.0807.200.0158

$171,692

12430.0807.200.0160

$40,000

12430.0807.200.0163

New Plant - Secondhand Telehandler based from the Jimbour Quarry. Requiring to hire crane for the change out of screens and maintenance work on the crushing plant at the Jimbour Quarry. Can also be utilised at the mobile crushers and other regional sites

2166 - Case Skid Steer Loader. 13 yrs. Council $75,000 policy 10 yrs 2148 UD Water Truck 15yrs Council Policy 10yrs $240,000 2261 Walker Ride on Mower 5yrs As per Council $20,000 policy 2062 Caterpillar 962G Loader. 11 yrs Council $415,000 Policy 10yrs 2046 John Deere Mower 7yrs Council Policy 5yrs $15,000 2022 Isuzu Tip Truck 12 yrs Council Policy 10yrs $140,000 2007/2101 Mack Body Truck & TWE Dog Trailer. 10 yrs. As per Council Policy Change to a PM & $285,000 Side tipper

12430.0807.200.0156

12430.0807.200.0162

Actions

4 x Utes (1138 2501 2116 2518) as per vehicle replacement policy 3 x Wagons (1121 2856 2541) as per Council Policy 5 x 4WD (1093 2487 2515 2514 2521) As per Council Policy 1 x 4WD Ute Waste Operations Officer (requested by EHM)

2 x sedans (2234 2807) $65,000 as per vehicle replacement policy 2 x utes 2219 2218 $64,615 as per council replacement policy

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-12

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 6 of 10

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

12430.0807.200.0164

12430.0807.200.0165 12430.0807.200.0166 12430.0807.200.0167

12430.0807.200.0168

12430.0807.200.0169 12430.0807.200.0173 12430.0807.200.0174

12430.0807.200.0175

Net Budget

Actions

1 x wagon 1142 $55,000 as per vehicle replacement policy 1 x new ute Local Laws Officer - Chinchilla as requested by $30,000 EHM 2 x sedans 2142 2591 $64,000 as per vehicle replacement policy 4 x utes 2122 2126 2134 2121 $128,000 as per vehicle replacement policy 1 x new ute Utilities Network Supervisor (requested by GMU) $35,000 1 x new ute Utilities Treatment Supervisor (requested by GMU) $35,000 2854 Miles SES Troop Carrier (30 yrs) 1143 to $55,000 SES new to works 2309 Volvo Body Truck - 10 years as per vehicle $280,000 replacement policy New Plant - 8 ton tip truck Existing works construction gang has no truck to carry signs posts equipment materials etc. Always running back to town to collect stock and equipment. Also to be used for maintenance work and use with the skid steer as well $110,000

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

2276 case excavator 7yrs Council policy 10yrs. However this machine is requiring a large amount of major repair work 12430.0807.200.0176

12430.0807.200.0177 12430.0807.200.0179 12430.0807.200.0180 12430.0807.200.0181 12430.0807.200.0182

12430.0807.200.0183

$385,000

$80,000

Two aggregate roller spreaders to be fitted to truck 2901 2783 Given ability to reseal resheet and mitigate any sea bleeding straight away. Old existing cockerel units not be used due to safety issues (staff standing on the rear )

2363 Hino Dutro Tip Truck 8 yrs as per council $101,538 policy 2362 2372 Hino Body Truck TWE Dog Trailer 10 $280,000 yrs as per council policy 42 Zero Tum Mower replace with existing small $12,000 ride on mower 5 yrs as per council policy 2377 Iseki Front Deck Mower 6 yrs Council policy $33,000 5 yrs Two fuel trailers Currently using tanks on skids which require constraint craning onto the back of the trucks. Unable to lift these tanks with the earthmoving equipment on the jobsite as per the $42,000 craning code

12430.0807.200.0184

$25,000

12430.0807.200.0185

$15,000

12430.0807.200.0186

$75,000

12430.0807.200.0187

$440,000

New plant skid steer trailer currently requiring 2 trips to jobsite new skid steer attachments broom forks etc better utilisation of the skid steer loader 2433 cse skid steer loader 13yrs council policy 10yrs 1035 caterpillar 120H Grader 13yrs Council Policy 10yrs

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 7 of 10

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

12430.0807.200.0188

12430.0807.200.0189

12430.0807.200.0190

12430.0807.200.0191 12430.0807.200.0192 12430.0807.200.0193 12430.0807.200.0194

12430.0807.200.0195 12430.0807.200.0196 12430.0807.200.0197 12430.0807.200.0198 12430.0807.200.0199 13110.0802.200.0019 13110.0802.200.0020 13110.0802.200.0021 13110.0802.200.0022 13110.0802.200.0023 13110.0802.200.0024 13110.0802.200.0030 13111.0802.200.0001

13112.0802.200.0003

13112.0802.200.0017

Net Budget

Actions

2442 caterpillar D7R dozer 13yrs Council policy $870,000 10yrs 1030 vibromax vibrating roller 10 yrs council policy 15 yrs Machine very badly deteriorated and is falling apart Consideration given to major repair. Better value for money to trade. Also sell surplus roller 1(034 momag vibrating roller) $180,000 Cox ride on mower. New to works existing works (1070) to lake broadwater (as requested by the $27,000 lake broadwater association) 2465 Isuzu gang truck 8 yrs as per council policy Use for SES Dalby upgrade sell 2850 20 yrs 2465 to SES new to works $73,846 2397 hino crane truck 25 yrs Council policy 10 $150,000 years $120,000 2399 Hino tip truck 25 yrs Council policy 10yrs 2426/1025 Hino Body truck and Daybreak dog $245,000 trailer 15 yrs Council policy 10 yrs 2452 - Case duopactor tractor roller. 11 yrs Council policy 10 yrs The configuration of this unit no longer suitable to operational requirements $156,923 replace with multi tyred roller 2454 Komatsu WA470 Loader 11 yrs Council $460,000 policy 10 yrs Purchase New Utility for Miles Parks & Gardens $35,000 crew $60,000 Purchase two new sets Portable traffic lights Portable litter collection vehicle litter critter or $100,000 similar for use at transfer stations and landfills Branch Creek Road Reconstruction (RRG) $750,000 (Ch1.14 to 1.97) $80,000 Senior Citizens Onstreet Parking (TIDS) Dalby South State School On Street Carparking $140,000 (SafeST) Hunter Street Recycling Hard Stand Area (TIDS) $70,000 $450,000 Moreton Street (TIDS) Golf club to authur street) Dixon Street Dalby - Dust Suppression Seals as $60,000 per Council Policy $10,000,000 Flood Damage - Event Dec 10 to Jan 11 Reseal Program 2011/12 includes prior year $811,000 programme Banana Bridge Road. resheet and seal (5.0 to 9.0). Allow for higher traffic volumes, access to Kogan Creek Power Station. LRRS network $400,000 Vanrenen Road ch 4.1-10.5km. Upgrade to seal standard. Project funded by QGC through private works. Inc realignment to Weimbilla Cr crossing. Project requested by QGC to assist with there $1,227,273 operations in the area

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

31/06/2012

6.6

DES

01-Jun-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.6

FWC

01-Oct-11

31-Oct-11

6.6

FWC

01-Oct-11

31-Oct-11

6.6

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Aug-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMD

01-Aug-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Mar-12

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMD

01-Sep-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Sep-11

01-Jan-12

6.2

WMCT

01-May-11

31-Oct-12

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 8 of 10

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

13112.0802.200.0018 13112.0802.200.0026 13113.0802.200.0001 13114.0802.200.0011 13114.0802.200.0012 13114.0802.200.0013 13114.0802.200.0019 13115.0802.200.0001

13118.0802.200.0001

13118.0802.200.0002

13118.0802.200.0003

13118.0802.200.0004 13118.0802.200.0011 13119.0802.200.0001 13121.0802.200.0001 13123.0802.200.0001 13124.0802.200.0005 13125.0802.200.0001 13126.0802.200.0001 13127.0802.200.0001 13144.0802.200.0005

13145.0802.200.0005 13149.0802.200.0002 13210.0803.200.0010

13210.0803.200.0011 13211.0803.200.0006 13310.0803.200.0004

Net Budget

Actions

Noel Robinsons Road. Sealing of floodways and dust suppression, funded by QGC due to their $110,000 operations along that road $10,000,000 Flood Damage - Event Dec 10 to Jan 11 $454,000 Chinchilla District Reseals Power Station Rd (0.6 to 6.1) - Upgrade Bitumen $1,800,000 $464,000 Arubial Road (15.6 to 19.6) - Upgrade Bitumen Harphams Rd (14.3 to 16.54) - Upgrade Bitumen $206,000 $10,000,000 Flood Damage - Event Dec 10 to Jan 11 $241,000 Bitumen Reseals - Various Roads Miles Bennetts School Road. resheet and seal ch 10.02 13.63km (Alkira Lane to Upper Humbug Road) Extend seal into lifestyle area, and a bus route. $80,000 Goranba Lane. resheet and seal ch 7.54 14.76km, (Community Ln to Surat Dev Road) $175,000 Extend seal into lifestyle area, and bus route Kinkabilla Road. Resheet and seal ch 5.29 13.76km. Complete sealing of road, improve access and useability of road Lower maintenance issues with lack of good gravel for resheeting in area $880,000 Cambridge Crossing Road. Widen and overlay, ch 8 - 12km. Road require rehab, widening to improve safety $80,000 and useability Payne Street. Reconstruction of street for asset $170,000 management. $310,000 Tara District Reseals Bitumen Reseals - Various Roads - Asset $326,000 Replacement $676,000 Resheeting Program 2011/12 All Gravel Roads - Gravel Resheeting Program $780,000 Chinchilla $750,000 Gravel Roads - Resheeting Program $385,000 Gravel Resheeting - Various Roads Gravel Resheeting - Various Roads - Asset $303,500 Replacement New Footpath Jandowae (Main Street to Hospital) $60,000 Warrego Highway Brigalow. Replace the footpath in Brigalow due to existing one be hazardous $26,000 $50,000 Streetscape - Design & Planning - Wandoan Grays park - Replacement of playground $10,000 equipment Main Street Gardens - Block retaining wall - in front of Court House, roots of tree going into footpath $30,000 Lions Park Chinchilla. Replace / Install playground $20,000 equipment. Stage 1 of 3. Culvert Replacements - Curtis/Geisel Street $55,000 Intersection

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.2

WMCT

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Sep-11

30-Apr-12

6.2 6.2

WMM WMM

01-Jul-11 01-Jan-12

30-May-12 31-Mar-12

6.2

WMM

01-Apr-12

31-May-12

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMM

01-Sep-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMCT

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMCT

01-Feb-12

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

6.2

WMCT

01-Mar-12

31-May-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Sep-11

31-May-12

6.2

WMM

01-Sep-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.2

WMM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

6.5

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

6.5

WMCT

01-Aug-11

29-Feb-12

6.5

WMM

01-Nov-11

31-May-12

6.9

WMD

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

6.9

WMD

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-12

6.9

WMCT

01-Aug-11

31-Mar-12

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements 13310.0803.200.0005 13311.0803.200.0001

Net Budget

Actions

$49,000 Replace Culverts - Blaxland Road Charleys Creek - Gaske Lane stormwater system, $397,000 further funds for project

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

6.2

WMD

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

6.2

WMCT

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA6 Page 10 of 10

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Activity 7: Empowering Our Team Ambition Provide Organisational support and leadership to build a strong and effective regional Council Accountability Director Organisational Services

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Finish

Strategic Function 7A: Strategic Management - To provide effective strategic planning and leadership to establish a clear focus, shared across our regional organisation Leadership

Strategic Management

Implement OTUS Adopted Recommendations

7.1

CEO

01-Aug-11

30-Jun-12

Conduct a Professional Development Program with Councillors and Executive Team

7.1

CEO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Implement statutory responsibilities of the 2012 LG Election

7.0

CEO

01-Dec-11

30-Apr-12

Completion and revision of the Executive Strategic 18 Point Plan

7.0

CEO

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

Conduct regular Strategic Executive Team and Management Team Meetings

7.0

CEO

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Develop 2012 -2017 Corporate Plan

7.0

SCM

01-Jul-11

29-Feb-12

Facilitate Reporting on Planning and Accountability Documents as per legislative requirements

7.0

SCM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Facilitate Development of 2012/13 Operational Plan

7.0

SCM

01-Apr-12

30-Jun-12

Develop Divisional Plan Framework

7.0

SCM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Facilitate Development of new organisational performance and reporting systems

7.0

SCM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Strategic Function 7B: Governance - To implement best practice governance to achieve an effective and accountable organisation Corporate Governance

Facilitate Development of Risk Management Plan

7.7

Implement the Internal Audit Plan Adoption of Local Laws and Subordinate Local Laws

7.7 7.9

CSGM

01-Jul-11

01-Dec-11

Preparation of New Delegations Register

7.9

CSGM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

OIC Audits Completed and legislative requirements met

Review and consolidate existing policies

7.9

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

RTI Annual Return completed in accordance with legislative requirements

Implement Information Privacy Act 2009

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of Complaints made under Council's Complaints Management Policy

Implement Right to Information Act 2009

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Annual Report for 2010/11 adopted prior to 30 November 2011

Implement Council's Advisory Committee Policy Conduct a joint review of insurable assets with the asset management team

7.0

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of complaints made under Information Privacy Act 2009

7.0

CSGM CSGM & AM & FPC

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

Appointment of Brokerage Services

7.0

CSGM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

7.0

CSGM

01-Sep-12

30-Nov-12

Implement required Identification Card System regionally in accordance with LG Act 2009 Compile Annual Report to meet new legislative requirements

IA

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA7 Page 1 of 5

Regional Local Laws adopted by 1 December 2011 Deadline


Strategic Function Elements

Councillors Governance

Net Budget

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

Investigate Governance Compliance System

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Implement Complaints Management Policy Audit of Legal Documents and consolidation of regional Register. Develop and Facilitate Councillor Induction Program

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.0

CSGM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Develop Councillor Governance Framework

7.0

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Actions

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 7C: Strategic Marketing - Deliver marketing, communication and PR strategies that enhance Council's professional corporate image

Strategic Marketing

Maintain Council's Image Library with current photos of the region, our communities, local faces and our team. Continue to facilitate implementation of Council's Brand Architecture and integrity of Corporate Identity Expand merchandise range for use across Council for promotion and events

7.2

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.2

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.2

CSM

01-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

Annual $ value of media coverage achieved as reported by Media Monitors. % increase media releases and media alerts distributed from last annum Number Visitors to Website

Corporate Communications

Produce communication materials to inform the community of Council news, including daily media releases, monthly Council Updates, monthly Tara District Updates, bi-monthly Miles and Wandoan District Updates, Team Updates and Community Update Newsletters

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Develop Strategic Council Communication Plan

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.3

CDM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.3

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Continue to enhance functionality and develop strategies to maximise the usage of COLIN Undertake Annual audit of WDRC Website to ensure compliance with relevant legislation Continue to enhance functionality and develop strategies to maximise the usage of WDRC Website include Self-Service functionality Develop Business Rules for effective use of Council's eNews and SMS subscription service Investigate data management system for SMS alert system

Community Engagement

7.3

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Develop and implement a communication and community engagement strategy re Relocation to new Corporate Office

7.3

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Investigate "WDRC Update" Television Campaign

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Undertake professional broadcast production to establish stock footage for television advertising and promotion. Investigate the usage Social Media to expand Council's communication reach

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.3

CSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Conduct Biennial Market Facts Community Customer Satisfaction Survey

7.3

CSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Facilitate Council's Community Connect Forums

7.3

CSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

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Number of Visitors to COLIN


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Provide advice and support to Directorates to compile their Community Engagement and Communication Plans in accordance to Council's Policy, Guidelines and Toolkit

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

7.3

CSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 7D: Information Management - Effective and timely management of all forms of correspondence generated and received by Council in order to deliver excellent customer service Customer Service Management

Develop and implement a regional Customer Service Training Plan Develop KPIs and Reporting System for Customer Service Management Ongoing Implementation of Regional Customer Contact Centre and refinement of operating procedures

Information Management

7.5

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.5

CSGM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11 Number Customer Requests received and processed (Once system established)

7.5

CSGM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12 % Customer Requests completed within agreed service level timeframes (Once system established) % telephone calls handled within customer service guidelines % Calls answered outside customer service guidelines

Develop and implement a regional Communication Campaign for Contact Centre Review After-Hours Call Service for Contact Centre

7.5

CSGM & SCM

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

7.5

CSGM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Number of Incoming and Outgoing Correspondence items per quarter processed

Develop Standard Operating Arrangements for new Phone System including Video Conferencing and scheduling roll-out of features

7.5

CSGM & ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

% Tasks per quarter completed within approved timeframes % Tasks per quarter not processed within approved timeframes

7.4

IMC

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

7.4

IMC

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

7.4

IMC

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

7.4

IMC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.4

IMC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.4

IMC

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

7.4

IMC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Link Subject Index to Retention Index in compliance with Qld State Archives requirements

7.4

IMC

01-Jan-12

31-Mar-12

Facilitate conversion of Training Room to new Archive Room in conjunction with Community Services

7.4

IMC

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Comply with Public Records Act 2002 and relevant Information Standards regarding Record Management and the Retention and Disposal of Public Records Develop required Strategic and Operational Recordkeeping Implementation Plan Develop Security Matrix for document control within Dataworks Develop enhanced information management reporting tools for Executive Management Team Review Information Management Section including policies and SWPs Creation of Regional Property Files Review Retention and Disposal Schedule in compliance with new Qld State Archives requirements

Strategic Function 7E: Human Resource Management - Attract, retain and develop an effective team whilst promoting a positive and proactive culture HR Management

Implement adopted OTUS HR Recommendations Implement Equal Employment Opportunity Management Plan

7.1

HRSM

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-13

7.1

HRSM

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

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Number of employees per 100 capita


Strategic Function Elements

Learning & Development

Recruitment

Net Budget

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

Review current aged care remuneration arrangements

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Review HR Management internal systems

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Continue to develop relevant HR Policies Internal Audit of remuneration scales and allowances

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Wages and Salaries as % of total Council Operating Expenses

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

% employee performance appraisals completed on time (within 28 days)

Establish programs that contribute to Councils Commitment to be an Employer of Choice

7.1

HRSM

01-Sep-11

30-Jun-12

Establish HR Metrics Workforce Planning Project Review and enhance current Performance Appraisal Process Conduct Bi-annual Employee Opinion Survey and reporting results

7.1

HRSM

18-Aug-11

30-Jun-13

7.1

HRSM

01-Jan-12

30-Jul-12

7.1

HRSM

24-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

Negotiate and implement the 2012 WDRC EB

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

Negotiate and implement the 2011 Aged Care EB

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

31-Mar-12

Negotiate and implement the 2011 Nurses EB Conduct an organisational Training Needs Analysis Apply for relevant external learning and development funding Continue commitment to Trainee and Apprenticeship Program

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

7.1

HRSM

01-Apr-12

30-Jun-14

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Develop Organisational Leadership Program

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Implement recruitment and selection strategies to ensure attraction and retention of a highly skilled workforce

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Enhance Exit Interviews process to contribute to the continued improvement of Council operations

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Introduction of eRecruitment

7.1

HRSM

01-Sep-11

31-Dec-11

Introduction of new job evaluation system

7.1

HRSM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Actions

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Average Staff Vacancy Rate % annual staff turnover % employees who completed skills development/training

Strategic Function 7F: Safety - Implement and maintain safe workplaces for our people through continual development of Council's WHS System to best practice standards

Workplace Health & Safety

Continually enhance Council's WHS System and assist Directorates to identify and minimise hazards Deliver regional WHS Training Program including hosting specific Training Days on high risk topics Coordinate the delivery of Bi-monthly WHS Toolbox Talks by Supervisors Promotion of Key WHS Performance Indicators to management and staff Conduct annual internal audit of WHS Management System Develop and implement Safe Operating Procedures/Risk Assessment Manual

7.6

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.6

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.6

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.6

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.6

SC

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

7.6

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Number of Lost Time Injuries (LTI) vs Scheme Average Total number, costs, frequency and duration of lost time injuries reducing. 100% Toolbox Talks Completed 100% WHS inspections completed 75% compliance on WHS Audit

Strategic Function 7G: Disaster Management - To establish and maintain disaster planning and response systems to reduce the likelihood and consequence of disasters on the community Disaster Management

Review Regional Disaster Management Plan

7.8

SC

01-Jul-11

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA7 Page 4 of 5

31-Dec-11


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Conduct regional disaster management exercises and meetings Provide Disaster Management Training for staff Identify funding opportunities and action successful grants Maintain regular communication and support for local SES groups Develop Community Communication Strategy to increase awareness of Council's role in Disaster Management

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

7.8

SC & CSMs

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.8

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.8

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.8

CSMs

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.8

SC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

7.4

IMC

01-Feb-12

30-Jun-12

Empowering Our Team - Capital Projects 78816.0802.200.0001

Compactus existing Archive room at admin * $85,000 culture centre - $60,000

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA7 Page 5 of 5

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Number LDMG and LECG meetings held


Strategic Activity 8: Business Systems and Technology Ambition Implement and manage effective business systems and accountable financial practices to serve the needs of Council and the community Accountability Director Finance and ICT

Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Timeframe

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

8.1

FM

01-Oct-11

30-Nov-11

8.1

FM

01-Jul-11

15-Sep-11

8.1

FM

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

8.1

FM

01-Aug-11

30-Sep-11

Adopt 2012/13 Budget by 30 June 2012 Rewrite Chart of Accounts to align with Council's Corporate Plan

8.1

DFICT

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

Net Financial Liabilities Ratio

8.4

FM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Operating Surplus Ratio

Recategorisation of Work Orders

8.4

FM

01-Oct-11

30-Jun-12

Working Capital Ratio

Develop a Financial Risk Register Facilitate Independent Financial Sustainability Review

8.4

FPC

01-Jul-11

31-Jul-11

8.4

FM

01-Sep-11

31-Mar-12

Develop Financial Reporting Framework

8.4

FM

01-Oct-11

31-Mar-12

8.5

FPC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

8.5

AM & FM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

01-Jan-12

30-Jun-12

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Strategic Function 8A: Financial Planning and Performance - To plan and monitor the Council's financial performance Financial Planning & Reporting

Review Long-Term Financial Forecast Prepare general purpose 2010-11 Financial Statements Facilitate Audit of Council's Financial Statements in preparation for Annual Reporting Prepare 2012/13 Budget Development and Review Plan

Asset Financial Management

Land Tenure Management

Develop a Whole of Life Costing Model to assist in decision making re asset acquisitions Coordinate the development of an integrated asset management system

Number High Risk Financial Audit Issues reported Interest Coverage Ratio

Asset Consumption Ratio

Coordinate revaluation of all asset classes Develop a Budget Model for Acquisition and Sale of Assets

8.5

FPC

8.5

FPC

01-Jul-11

31-Oct-11

Implement version 6.3 Civica Authority

8.5

FM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Identify Council and State Land with potential for future development in towns of Chinchilla, Miles, Tara, Jandowae and Wandoan. Develop Land Register (Record land leases, licences and agreements)

8.5

DFICT

01-Aug-11

30-Sep-11

8.5

FM

01-Aug-11

01-Mar-12

Asset Sustainability Ratio

Strategic Function 8B: Rating and Utilities Revenue - To implement the Council's Revenue Policy in relation to rates and utility charges General Rate Revenue

Rates and charged levied in accordance with Council's Revenue Policy and Statement Implement Debt Collection Policy Remit and claim funds in accordance Council's Revenue Policy

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan - SA8 Page 1 of 4

Rates and charges arrears vs industry average


Strategic Function Elements

Net Budget

Actions Implement Integrity Check of Categorisation Rating Database Perform Data Cleansing of Revenue Database Complete QVAS Report within 10 working days of receipt Compliance with Gas Ombudsmen Reporting Requirements

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

RC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

01-Jul-11

30-Nov-11

Levy Water Consumption and Gas Billing within 45 working days of end of read period Implement Utility Reporting for Notices to comply with legislative requirements Implementation of Regional Wastewater Charging Methodology

8.4

RC

8.4

RC

01-Jan-12

31-Mar-12

Implement version 6.5 Civica Authority

8.5

FM

01-May-12

30-Jun-12

Implement and review an On Cost/Overhead Methodology to ensure full cost is identified to effectively distribute financial costs across the organisation

8.4

FPC & FSC

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Implement Inventory Control Stores Strategy

8.4

FSC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Implement Online Requisition System

8.4

FSC

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Average Age of Debts

Strategic Function 8C: Financial Services - To provide financial service to support the Council's operations

Financial Services

Implement Purchase Card Costing System

8.4

FSC

01-Oct-11

29-Feb-12

Conduct Procurement Audit/Training

8.4

FSC

01-Oct-11

31-Dec-11

8.6 & 8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Jan-12

Number High Risk Financial Audit Issues reported

Strategic Function 8D: Information Communication Technology - To provide technical support to Council's operations Technology Support

Develop a five year ICT Asset Management and Systems Strategy Finalise and test Disaster Recovery Plan Develop and Implement ICT Office Relocation Strategy

8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Aug-11

100% ICT Helpdesk Requests logged with relevant supplier within timeframes of Standard Work Practice

8.3

31-Dec-11

ICT Helpdesk Requests responded to within 2 business hours

8.3

ICTM ICTM

01-Jul-11

Roll-out Microsoft Office 2007 upgrade

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

%Total Downtime resulting from ICT System Failures

Review module security within Civica Authority

8.3

31-Dec-11

8.3

ICTM ICTM

01-Jul-11

Review data back-up strategy

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

Review Electronic Information & Communication System and Mobile Phone Policies Develop Standard Work Practice for logging of IT Helpdesk requests

Business Systems and Technology - Capital Projects

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-10

01-Jul-11

85517.0801.200.0004

Email Archiving Solution Compliance with record keeping standards and RTI Requirements. Reduction in space $3,846 requirements for exchange mail store $21,000 Civica Implementation - AIM

8.4

FM

01-Jul-11

01-Jun-12

85517.0801.200.0005

Civica Implementation - Online Requisition, Mobile $32,500 and Version 6

8.4

FM

01-Dec-10

01-Jan-12

85517.0801.200.0001

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Average age of ICT Assets


Strategic Function Elements

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85525.0801.200.0012

85525.0801.200.0014

85525.0801.200.0016

85525.0801.200.0018

85525.0801.200.0027 85525.0801.200.0028 85525.0801.200.0050

85525.0801.200.0051

85525.0801.200.0011

Net Budget

Actions

Regional Fleet/Workshops Fleet Management Program F/M program to manage councils plant & fleet for repair/service history, scheduled servicing, replacement forecasts, utilisation, fuel cards, etc. Will integrate $50,000 with Civica $20,000 Purchase PowerPlanner Photocopier - Moonie RTC. Replacement of machine at the end of its' service $10,350 life Photocopier - Dogwood Crossing. Replacement of copier at the end of its' service life. Includes allowance for a swipe card reader $16,000 system Photocopier - Community Services. New photocopier for Community Services Section $16,000 on move into 30 Marble Street Cemeteries Online. Cemetery information provided to the public as a $23,000 function to Councils website CCTV - Dalby Upgrade existing infrastructure & relocate transmitters in order to achieve 99.99% network $126,500 availability Nexium Communications Optic Fibre Link to Brisbane - Setup Costs. Establishment of a single high speed internet link for the entire IPWAN network will enable Council to drop back our ADSL services to one high speed back-up link from the DR site at Chinchilla. Will enable SIP trunking for new VoIP phone system that will drive external call cost savings $20,700 Photocopier - Records Section (on Move to 30 $10,350 Marble Street) Photocopier - Jandowae CSC $10,350 Replace machine at the end of it's useful life Dataworks Access. Provide ability to provide webforms etc for $58,045 Customer Request System to Council Website Photocopier - Tara CSC. Replacement of main office copier at the end of its' $16,000 service life

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

8.4

DES

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

FM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

1.2

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Sep-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

29-Feb-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

31-Dec-11

8.4

ICTM

01-Aug-11

31-Mar-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

Wireless LAN. Integrated, centrally managed business grade wireless LAN to provide stable, high speed wireless access for laptops and mobile devices. Dalby Corporate Office, Chinchilla CSC & Library, Miles CSC, Tara CSC, Wandoan CSC, Jandowae CSC, Dalby Rural Depot, Dalby Library, Tara Library, Dogwood Crossing, Bell Library, Meandarra Library, Moonie RTC 85525.0801.200.0039 85525.0801.200.0040

85525.0801.200.0041

$95,000 DRAINS (Stormwater Design). $17,250 Stormwater system design software ESX Servers - Upgrade. Upgrade ESX Servers at End of Life/Warranty $43,700

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Strategic Function Elements

85525.0801.200.0042

85525.0801.200.0043

85525.0801.200.0044

85525.0801.200.0045

Net Budget

Actions

Radio Tower Replacement - Microwave Hill (Miles) Required to expand two-way radio network into Wandoan Area. Existing tower is well past a $51,750 serviceable condition Two-way Radio Tower Establishment. Establish a new two way radio tower to facilitate expansion of Councils two-way radio network into $51,750 the Wandoan area Trapeze Desktop (12 Licences). Electronic annotation, calibration, measuring and stamping of Development Applications without $25,000 printing Commvault. Backup software with better compatibility to NetApp storage. Much faster data throughput to $40,000 drastically reduce our backup window

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.3

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

8.4

ICTM

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

85525.0801.200.0048

NetApp SATA Storage Upgrade. Upgrade SATA storage capacity on NetApp $45,310 FAS2020 in Dalby and Chinchilla Automatic Library Self Check Units. Libraries - Bell, Jandowae, Meandarra, Moonie, Tara, Wandoan. Automated self check out of $34,500 library material by patrons

1.8

ICTM

01-Aug-11

31-Mar-12

85525.0801.200.0052

Installation of CCTV security camera within the $80,000 CBD area of Tara

1.2

CDC

01-Jul-11

30-Jun-12

85525.0801.200.0046

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Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function


Operational Plan 2011-2012