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WDRC 2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN Division: Executive Services Ambition To lead and develop a responsive and innovative organisation that works together to achieve its strategic goals Accountability Chief Executive Officer

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Net Budget Actions Budget

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

Undertake continued Professional Development programs with Councillors and Executive Team

1.2

CEO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue development of a Strategic Advocacy Framework

5.2

CEO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Formulate and implement of 'Performance Review and Development' for Executive Officers

1.2 & 1.6

CEO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a Knowledge and Skills Profile for Councillors

1.2 & 1.6

CEO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.3, 1.5 & 1.6

CEO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Deliver EIS Submissions and Research within set deadlines

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establishment of information clearinghouse relevant to Western Downs region (WDRC Factbook)

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

20-Dec-13

Liaise with Council and Executive to develop Advocacy position statements as required

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop Western Downs Economic Profiles for publication each quarter

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and publish Major Project Fact Sheets bi-annually

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue to develop and maintain Advance Western Downs Website and Business News Monitor

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Conduct Business Capability Study for the region and six towns

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Nov-13

Develop Supply Chain Building Program providing practical tools for regional businesses

5.2

MDESM

01-Feb-14

30-Jun-14

Represent Western Downs at the Surat Basin Energy & Mining Expo 2014

5.2

MDESM

01-Dec-13

30-Jun-14

Represent Western Downs at the Infrastructure & Energy Summit 2014

5.2

MDESM

01-Nov-13

31-Mar-14

Host the Regional Business Excellence Awards

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

31-May-14

Continue to support Chamber of Commerce Grants Scheme

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Undertake one Western Downs Business Investment Tour attracting external participation

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

31-May-14

5.2 & 8.2

MDESM

31-Jan-14

31-Jan-14

01-Nov-13

31-Mar-14

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICE Section 1A: Strategic Management - Facilitate and leadership to establish a clear focus, shared across our regional organisation Leadership

Conduct review of current services delivered by divisions and determine agreed Levels of Service within allocated resource and budget constraints

Executive Services - Capital Projects

Budget

Net Budget

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

ECONOMIC STRATEGY DEPARTMENT Section 1B: Major Projects - Maximise opportunities from major developments and ensure the highest level of regional governance and sustainability EIS Response

$16,845

Develop five (5) key whole of Council positions on strategic issues Research

$198,431

Economic profiles published quarterly

Section 1C: Economic Development - Encourage and facilitate growth through development of business and industry Business Growth

$630,799

Attract 65,000 unique visitors (1,300 per week) to Advance Western Downs website Increase subscriptions to AWD news monitor by 2% quarterly

IT Education & Training

$62,850

Complete telecommunications Audit, Gap Analysis and Digital Development Strategy in partnership with USQ (Digital Divide Research Project) Implement a Digital Region Strategic Plan

Economic Strategy - Capital Projects

Budget

5.2 & 8.2

MDESM

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Lot 5 on RP 125663 Subdivision of land and construction, Butter Factory Jandowae - 15 Allotments

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

Stage one Development former state land at Wandoan - Weldon & North Street - Residential/Industrial

5.2

MDESM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

1.6, 1.7, 1.9

IA

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

0250. Social Infrastructure 22200.0250.0002.

$799,365

22200.0250.0015.

$797,037

Total 0250. Social Infrastructure Total Economic Strategy - Capital

$1,596,402 $1,596,402

Accountability: Internal Auditor

INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT

Section 1D: Internal Audit - Improve governance, control and risk management to achieve organisational efficiency, effectiveness and accountability Internal Audit

$106,870

Internal Audit - Capital Projects

Budget

Implement the annual Internal Audit Plan

Actions

N/A

TOTAL EXECUTIVE SERVICES CAPITAL

$1,596,402

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Timeframe Start Finish

Percentage of Audit Plan completed, number of Audit reviews, number of risks identified, number of audit recommendations


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Division: Corporate Services Ambition To facilitate the continual improvement of Council's governance and performance management frameworks and systems to support the achievement of its strategic goals Accountability Corporate Services General Manager

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

FINANCIAL PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Accountability: FinancialPlanning Manager

Net Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

Timeframe

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Section 2A: Financial Planning and Performance - To plan and monitor the Council's financial performance Financial Planning & Reporting

$1,453,657

Facilitate Independent Financial Sustainability Review

1.7

FPM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

External Audit is unqualified and completed within statutory timeframe

Prepare general purpose 2012/13 Financial Statements

1.7

FPM

01-Jul-13

30-Nov-13

Zero High Risk Financial Audit Issues reported

Facilitate Audit of Council's Financial Statements in preparation for Annual Reporting

1.7

FPM

01-Jul-13

30-Nov-13

Operating Surplus Ratio (between 0 and 10%)

Prepare 2014/15 Budget Development and Review Plan

1.7

FPM

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

Asset Sustainability Ratio (greater than 90%)

Adopt 2014/15 Budget by 30 June 2014

1.7

CSGM

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

Net Financial Liability Ratio (not greater than 60%)

1.7 & 1.6

CSGM, FPM & OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.7 & 1.6

CSGM, FPM & OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

FPM

01-Jul-13

31-Mar-14 31-Dec-13

Facilitate integrated reporting to align with Council's new Corporate Plan structure Facilitate integrated reporting to align with Council's new Divisional Business Plans

1.7

Develop Financial Reporting Framework

Financial Systems

$835,219

Asset Financial Management

$10,603

Financial Planning - Capital Projects

Net Budget

Redevelopment of Capital Form within Powerbudget

1.7 & 1.8

FPM

01-Sep-13

Coordinate Indexation / revaluation of all asset classes

1.5 & 1.7

FPM

01-Jan-14

31-Mar-14

Undertake Banking Services Tender Process

1.6 &1.7

FPM

01-Feb-14

31-May-14

Implement Financial Risk Register

1.7 & 1.9

FPM

01-Jul-13

30-Nov-13

Recategorisation of Work Orders project

1.7

FPM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop Financial Reporting Framework

1.7

FPM

01-Jul-13

31-Mar-14

Implement version 6.8 Civica Authority

1.7 & 1.8

FPM

01-Aug-13

31-Oct-13

Implement Online Requisition System

1.7 & 1.8

FSA

01-Nov-13

31-Mar-14

Implement Purchase Card Costing System

1.7

FSA

01-Nov-13

31-Mar-14

Assess new Utilities Module

1.7

FSA

01-Jun-13

30-Jun-13

Implement Power Planner

1.7 & 1.6

FPM & OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue implementing Strategic Business Improvement Program (SBIP)

1.7 & 1.6

FPM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Coordinate the development of an integrated asset management system

1.5 & 1.7

FPM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

30-Jun-14

Responsible Officer

N/A

FINANCIAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

Accountability: Financial Operations Manager

Section 2B: Financial Services - To provide financial service to support the Council's operations Financial Services

General Rate Revenue

Land Tenure Management

$13,724,635

$7,013,306

$35,033

Continue to Conduct Procurement Audit and Training

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

Continue Accounts Payable Data Cleansing

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Payroll/POD Data Cleansing

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Comply with Annual Audit and legislative requirements

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and implement stores arrangements at Chinchilla

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Continue to Develop Financial Operations component of Corporate Services Divisional Plan

1.7

FOM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue to plan and provide monthly reporting to Council

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Combine Dalby Stores to One Location

1.7

FOC

01-Jan-14

31-Dec-14

Implement Regional Fuel Delivery Strategy

1.7

FOC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Rates and charges levied in accordance with Council's Revenue Policy and Statement

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue to implement Rates / Charges Debt Collection Policy

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Rates and charges arrears vs industry average

Remit and claim funds in accordance with relevant legislation

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Average Age of Debts

Continue Integrity Check of Categorisation Rating Database

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue Data Cleansing of Revenue Database

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Complete QVAS Report within 10 working days of receipt

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Compliance with Gas Reporting Requirements

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Levy Water Consumption and Gas Billing within 45 working days of end of read period

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue to implement Utility Reporting for Notices to comply with legislative requirements

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue year two of the Implementation of Regional Wastewater Charging Methodology

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review Accounts Receivable Procedures

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Implement water access charging methodology with respect to properties held by Body Corporates

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Continue to plan and provide monthly reporting to Council

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate and implement new rate modelling software

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Develop and implement Debt Collection Policies for Accounts Receivable and Gas Consumption charges and fees.

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Develop and implement Debt Collection Policies for Infringement Notices including implementation of SPER

1.7

RC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Continue to Develop Land Register (Record land leases, licences and agreements)

1.7

FOM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

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Zero High Risk Financial Audit Issues reported


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

Financial Operations - Capital Projects

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Net Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

N/A INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT

Accountability: Information Technology Manager

Section 2C: Information Communication Technology - To provide technical support to Council's operations Communication Support

Software Support

Hardware Support

Information Technology - Capital Projects

$1,080,060

$1,772,731

$1,176,522

Budget

Net Budget

Turkey Mountain - Two Way Radio Equipment Relocation

1.8

ITCNSO

25-Aug-13

31-Dec-13

% > Helpdesk Tickets Raised per annum

Weranga - Relocate Two Way Radio Equipment to IPWAN Tower

1.8

ITCNSO

25-Aug-13

31-Dec-13

% ICT Helpdesk Requests assigned within 2 business hours

Two Way Radio Mid band Consolidation - Dalby

1.8

ITCNSO

25-Aug-13

31-Dec-13

%Total Downtime resulting from ICT System Failures

Ongoing review of module security within Civica Authority

1.8

ITSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Ongoing review data back-up strategy

1.8

ITSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Annual review of IT Policies and Standard Work Practices

1.8

ITM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Windows 7 & Office 2010 Upgrade

1.8

ITM

01-Jul-13

30-May-14

Continue to test and update Disaster Recovery Plan

1.8

ITM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop IT component of Corporate Services Divisional Plan

1.8

ITM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

SQL Audit & Remediation

1.8

ITSC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Implement IP Address Management Software

1.8

ITSC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Authority Server Upgrade - 2003 to 2008 R2

1.8

ITSC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

Responsible Officer

Information Technology - Capital 0650. Hardware Support 88400.0650.0013. Cemeteries Online 88400.0650.0065. Exponare Upgrade to Version 5 88400.0650.0066. Exponare - Externally Hosted Data 88400.0650.0068. ECM Upgrade to Version 4.02 88400.0650.0072. VC Expansion - Stage 1 & Stage 2. 88400.0650.0074. Photocopier - DAC Engineering Section 88400.0650.0075. Photocopier - DAC Planning & Environment 88400.0650.0076. Photocopier - DAC Organisational Services

88400.0650.0087. UPS - DAC Server Room

88400.0650.0090. Tape Autoloader 88400.0650.0093. ESX Hosts - Disaster Recovery Site 88400.0650.0094. A4 Document Scanners (OLR & AP) x 3

88400.0650.0095. Checkpoint Firewall Appliances (Head Site & DR Site)

88400.0650.0096. ISDN Failover - WDRC ACF 88400.0650.0097. Audio Visual Upgrade Level 4, Boardroom, 30 Marble St. 88400.0650.0098. "The Edge" - Library Creative Digital Space 88400.0650.0099. RFID Security Entrance/Exit Panel 88400.0650.0100. IPWAN Link Upgrade Jandowae WT to Jandowae CSC 88400.0650.0101. Dalby Pound/Depot CCTV 88400.0650.0102. NetApp Storage Upgrade Total 0650. Hardware Support

$11,250

Cemetery information provided to the public as a function to Councils website.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$20,000

Exponare Upgrade to Version 5

ITM

01-Jul-13

May/14

$20,000

Exponare - Externally Hosted Data to service public requirements

ITM

01-Jul-13

May/14

$13,372

Dataworks Upgrade to Version 4.02

ITM

01-Jul-13

Dec/14

Video Conferencing Systems - Meeting Rooms (Dalby, Miles, Chinchilla, Tara & Wandoan) - Fixed

ITM

01-Jul-13

Feb/14

$10,000

Photocopier - Engineering. Replace existing photocopier at the end of it's maintenance contract.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

$10,000

Photocopier - Planning & Environment. Replace existing machine at the end of it's useful life.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Nov/13

$10,000

Photocopier - Organisational Services. Replace photocopier at the end of it's maintenance life.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

$18,000

Additional UPS Unit - Corporate Office Server Room. Needed to load balance in the event of a power outage until the backup generator can kick in. We don't have any free 'headroom' on our existing units to allow the gear that is powered by one power supply to switch over between UPS units if one fails. If we add another UPS we can get that capability.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Nov/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$70,000

Purchase of two Checkpoint Firewall Appliances - one for the Dalby Corporate Office and one for the DR Site. Replaces existing FreeBSD based firewall solutions currently in place with Checkpoint Appliance Based solutions for far greater security. Easy to manage by WDRC IT vs Contractor based solution currently in place. Web GUI, better management and easier deployment of VPN certificates. Much improved end user and application traffic monitoring.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$8,000

ISDN Failover capability for Tarcoola and Carinya ACF. Provide another layer of redundancy to the Shoretel phone system employed at these sites. These sites run 24/7 and require additional attention to ensure that phone services are as reliable as possible.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Nov/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

ITM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

ITM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$173,376

$12,000 $34,000 $19,000

$58,000 $24,000 $16,200 $23,000

Tape Backup Autoloader. Replace existing unit and add additional backup capacity. Replace ESX Hosts at DR site at the end of their warranted life. ESX hosts are the server hardware platform that host our virtual server platforms. 3 A4 Document Scanners for Online Requisitioning and Accounts Payable systems. Scanning hardcopy documents into the Authority system for electronic processing.

Replace Audio Visual control system in the Level 4 boardroom with an integrated, touch screen control system. Current system is not reliable, is hard to use, lacks control required for integration of Video conferencing systems. Replaces projectors with flat panel LED LCD or Plasma displays. "The Edge" Creative Digital Space. 107 Drayton St Library. 100% grant funding received for the project. Regional Media content lab. RFID Security Entrance/Exit Panel. floor matt with RFID scanner to check items entering and leaving new library 107 Drayton St Dalby. Current link is performing to specification but it is proving to be insufficient. Upgrade needed. Possibility of being able to re-use equipment from 26 Wood St on this link - will dramatically reduce costs.

$40,000

CCTV system for redeveloped Jandowae road depot and pound area.

ITM

$95,000

Add additional disk shelves - head site and DR site when storage capacity runs low.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Purchase AIM - Asset Infrastructure Management System Software to automatically build and optimise cross platform email signatures for use on Windows, Android, iOS platforms. Considerable time savings can be obtained by automating this process.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13 Oct/13

$685,198

0655. Software Support 88400.0655.0010. AIM Software 88400.0655.0011. Email Signature Software

$69,856 $5,500

88400.0655.0012. 12D Licence x 1

$12,000

Additional 12D Licence for Design Team - extra employee = extra licence.

ITM

01-Jul-13

88400.0655.0013. AutoCad Licence x 1

$10,000

Extra AutoCAD licence required for additional staff member in Design Team. Software Version Upgrade to Autoturn Software. Design modelling tool for traffic movement through proposed intersections etc.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

ITM

01-Jul-13

Nov/13

Provision for additional 10 Concurrent User Licences for Tech One ECM (Dataworks).

ITM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Rate modelling software for Financial Operations team.

ITM

01-Jul-13

Nov/13

88400.0655.0014. Autoturn Software Upgrade 88400.0655.0015. ECM - 10 Additional Concurrent User Licences (13-14) 88400.0655.0016. IBIS Rate Modelling Software Total 0655. Software Support Total Information Technology - Capital

$9,000 $8,000 $28,000 $142,356 $827,554

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT

Accountability: Information Systems Manager

Net Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

Timeframe

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Section 2D: 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

Information Management

$1,089,058

Corporate Governance

1.3

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue to implement regional awareness initiatives to promote 1300 COUNCIL and the Contact Centre

1.3

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

5% increase in call traffic from previous year

Develop and implement Phone Customer Satisfaction Survey to establish performance benchmarks

1.3

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

>80% Customer Service satisfaction as measured by external party

Develop and implement a Mystery Shopper program

1.3

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

>80% Customer Service satisfaction as measured by external party

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

<10% of Complainants requesting Internal Review <5% Customer Complaints reviewed by Queensland Ombudsman

1.6

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and maintain the Retention and Disposal Schedule in compliance with new Qld State Archives requirements

1.6

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

1.6

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Manage transfer of Regional Records to external storage site

1.6

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Commence scoping. Mapping and implementation for upgrade to ECM Version 4.02

1.8

ISC

01-Jan-13

30-Sep-13

Conduct audit of Legal Documents and consolidate Legal Register

1.6

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Ongoing cleansing of the Name and Address Register linked to ECM and Authority

1.6

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and merge the Intranet and Template indexes to improve integration with COLIN

1.8

ISC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Preparation of Delegations Register and Standard Work Practice

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-12

31-Dec-13

Desktop Review of the Council's Local Laws and completion of OIC Audits

1.6

ISM

01-Oct-13

30-Jun-14

Continued compliance with Information Privacy Act 2009

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continued compliance with Right to Information Act 2009 including completion of RTI Annual Return

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Provide support and advice to the organisation in relation to Council Policy and Local Law Development and Review

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Provide support and advice to the organisation in relation to Council's Insurance Policies including claims processing

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.6

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

ISM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate and report on all Administrative Complaints received under Council's Complaints Management Policy and Process Comply with Public Records Act 2002 and relevant Information Standards regarding Record Management and the Retention and Disposal of Public Records

$1,018,449

$2,457,521

Develop Information Systems component of Corporate Services Divisional Plan Provide meeting services including the review of report quality, building of Agendas and minute taking for Council Meetings. Councillors Governance

$1,732,576

Information Systems - Capital Projects

1.6

Provide support and advice in relation to Professional Development for Councillors Net Budget

>80% of calls resolved at First Point of Contact

Continuous improvement of Regional Customer Contact Centre and refinement of operating procedures

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

<5% Investigations by the Information Commissioner

Responsible Officer

N/A

PEOPLE AND ORG. DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Accountability: People and Organisational Development Manager

Section 2E: Organisational Development - Build workforce capability and enhance our organisational culture Organisational Development

$72,779

Develop a strategy to implement the Investors in People standard across Council, to facilitate the transition to the leadership principles outlined through the change strategy Write workforce plan including demographic profiling & skills gap analysis completed, and strategies defined to maintain continuity of resourcing plan Create Division workforce planning template, and guide & support division management to write workforce plans Write a recurrent organisation development plan aligned to Council's change strategy (OTUS) for review by Executive Train all managers and employees in the application of Performance Partnering Program principles, and support linemanagers to conduct feedback discussions and use PPP tools/processes including participation in annual feedback session

Learning & Development

$2,294,587

Publish a skills register on COLIN and identify skills essential and critical to Council operations as aligned with Workforce Plan Scope corporate training program aligned to strategic learning priorities defined in OD plan Division workforce plans. L&D Program published each quarter.

1.6

PODM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.6

PODM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

1.6

PODM

01-Sep-13

28-Feb-14

1.6

PODM

01-Jan-14

30-Mar-14

1.2

ODO

01-Jul-13

28-Feb-14

1.2

ODO

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

1.2

ODO

01-Dec-13

30-Mar-14

Establish an eLearning platform & trial application of on-line learning programs

1.8

ODO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Mandatory recurrent corporate training program written to provide/reinforce foundation knowledge & skills

1.2

ODO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.2

ODO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.2

ODO

01-Sep-13

28-Feb-14

Succession plans written for 30% of target group

Prepare report on reasons why people exit from Council & recommend strategies to reduce employee turnover

1.2

HRC

01-Jul-13

31-Jul-13

Decrease turnover of 'regrettable' separations 10% per annum from voluntary turnover reported for 2012

Implement and monitor strategies from EEO Management Plan, and reform EEO consultative working group to promote EEO Management Plan

1.2

HRC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Employee separation reduced by 10% per annum from voluntary turnover reported for 2012

HRM benchmark report published through COLIN each quarter

1.2

HRC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Conduct remuneration market assessment, and identify Council's 'preferred pay position ' vis a vis workforce plan strategies and Council's corporate plan

1.2

HRC

01-Sep-13

30-Nov-13

Review engagement of contractors per ATO compliance and submit report to Executive

1.2

HRC

01-Dec-13

30-Mar-14

Recommend alternative career progression methodology to supersede existing practice of employees progressing on the basis of their length of service

1.2

HRC

01-Sep-13

30-Jun-14

Establish an employee consultative group representing the workforce, to meet and discuss workplace issues quarterly (not industrial relations focussed)

1.2

PODM

01-Sep-13

30-Jun-14

Recommend strategies to unify entire workforce under common terms and conditions of employment

1.2

PODM

01-Sep-13

30-Jun-14

Review effectiveness of advertising channels to attract youth, and consider alternative methods - e.g. careers expos, radio advertising, utilising social media etc

1.2

HRC

01-Jul-13

31-Jul-13

Provide training to first-line supervisors in foundation leadership skills linked to Coordinator Leadership Capability Framework Identify essential & critical positions in Council's structure, and commence development of succession plans in consultation with line-management

Section 2F: Human Resource Management - Build a workforce to deliver the region's services into the future HR Services

Recruitment

$583,832

$293,115

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The quantum of young people (<25 yrs) increases by 5%


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

Timeframe

Responsible Officer

Start

Finish

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function

Section 2G: Safety - working together to achieve a safe and healthy workplace Workplace Health & Safety

$1,526,704

Research industry best practice and recommend a drug and alcohol policy and strategies

1.1

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Review functioning of WH&S committee structure. Contrast geographic vs functional meeting structure

1.1

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Dec-13

1.8

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Hazard & risk reporting increases by a minimum of 10% from hazards/risks reported for 2012

1.1

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Incident investigations completed within 5 days, and the lost time injury rate for preventable injuries decreases by 5% per annum Lost time injury rate decreased by 5% per annum

Setup a comprehensive WH&S database to enable reporting, actioning, tracking, & reporting of hazards, risks, incidents, &injuries; control of all WH&S documentation - policies, procedures, SWMS, & registers etc; and reconcile workers compensation payments with LG Workcare Hazards & risks are managed to maximise occupational injury, illness & disease; and minimise the frequency & severity of risks to our people's health & safety Risk rate all high risk positions, and write policy to periodically carry out functional assessments of employees, for their fitness to perform their assigned duties

People & Org Development - Capital Projects

Net Budget

1.1

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Write an employee health & well-being strategy and develop an annual program of activities

1.1

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review recurrent three year corporate WH&S plan

1.6

WHSC

01-Feb-14

28-Feb-14

Deliver Council's workers compensation and return to work scheme

1.1

WHSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

LGW audit attains a minimum result of 70%

Responsible Officer

N/A STRATEGY AND COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT:

Accountability: People and Organisational Development Manager

Section 2H: Strategic Management - Facilitate the implementation of strategic planning, performance and enterprise risk management frameworks Strategic Management

$355,192

Enterprise Risk Management

Drive the application of the 2013 -2017 Corporate Plan throughout the organisation

1.6

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

100% Compliance with legislative requirements

Facilitate development of a 3 Year Department Plan template including definition of Levels of Service.

1.6

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

100% linkage between 2013-2017 Corporate Plan and Annual Operational Plans

Facilitate training and capacity building in relation to the development of relevant Key Performance Indicators

1.6

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Facilitate development of 3 Year Department Plans

1.6

OSCM

01-Jan-14

31-Mar-14

Facilitate development of new organisational performance and reporting framework (PowerPlanner)

1.6

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Facilitate development of 2014/15 Operational Plan

1.6

OSCM

01-Apr-14

31-May-14

Compile 2012/13 Annual Report to meet new legislative requirements

1.6

OSCM

01-Sep-13

30-Nov-13

Facilitate development of WDRC Business Continuity Plan

1.6

OSCM

01-Jan-14

31-Dec-14

Conduct LGAQ Community Satisfaction Survey

1.6

OSCM

01-Jan-14

31-Mar-14

Investigate examples of Enterprise Risk Management Best Practice in Local Government

1.9 OSCM & DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Implementation: Stage 2 - Develop relevant Enterprise Risk Management Policy, Processes, Plans and Registers

1.9 OSCM & DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-15

Develop in-house marketing campaign to promote services of the Strategy and Communication Team

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

50% of WD population recognises the WDRC brand (measured via LGAQ Customer Satisfaction Survey)

Maintain Council's Image Library with current photos of the region, our communities, local faces and our team.

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

10% increase media releases and media alerts distributed from last annum

Continue to facilitate implementation of Council's Brand Architecture and integrity of Corporate Identity

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop and implement a WDRC Strategic Communication Plan including Standard Work Procedures Develop and Implement Social Media Policy to expand Council's communication reach including review of existing related policies Continue to produce communication materials to inform the community of Council news, including daily media releases, Western Downs Wire monthly updates and quarterly newsletters

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

80% of media releases and alerts picked up by media agencies 95% information supplied to media agencies within deadlines Number Visitors to Website - 5% increase from last annum

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Number of Visits to COLIN per unique user - 10% increase from last annum

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

10% of WD households "Like" WDRC on Facebook

Undertake staff consultation project to inform the redesign of COLIN to enhance functionality and maximise usage

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

5% of WD households subscribe to WDRC eNews & SMS Alerts

Continue to enhance functionality and develop strategies and ensure compliance with relevant legislation to maximise the usage of WDRC Website.

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Improve Western Downs Wire eNews "Click Through" rate by 5% from last annum

Continue to enhance and promote electronic alert systems (eNews, SMS, LED Signs, TVs).

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Less than 5 customer complaints received per annum

Investigate alternative web hosting services

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Facilitate Council's Community Connect Forums in liaison with the Executive Team

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and streamline Council's Community Engagement Policy, Guidelines and Toolkit

1.4

OSCM

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

Provide advice and support to Departments re development of Community Engagement and Communication Plans.

1.4

OSCM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate implementation of electronic community survey tools (i.e. Bang the Table)

1.4

OSCM

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

Review Regional Disaster Management Plan, Operational Procedures and Risk Assessments - Ongoing

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Reformat Regional Disaster Management Plan, into one document, to improve useability

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

01-Sep-13

Conduct regional disaster management exercises - Ongoing annual requirement

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Annual LDMG exercise completed

Conduct regional disaster management meetings (LDMG/LECC/Sub Group)

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2 LDMG meetings and 2 LECC meetings held

Facilitate Disaster Management Training for LDMG members and staff

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

95% LDMG Core Members qualified in mandatory training courses

Identify funding opportunities and action successful grants - Ongoing

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain regular communication and support for local SES groups (Quarterly Meetings)

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Work in partnership with external agencies to conduct public education and awareness campaigns.

3.3

DMSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

Section 2I: Strategic Communication - Partner with key stakeholders to deliver the right message, to the right audience, at the right time Strategic Marketing

Corporate Communications

Community Engagement

$227,826

$463,682

$14,199

Section 2J: Disaster Management - Deliver planning, preparedness, response and recovery strategies to reduce the impact of disasters on the community Disaster Management

$287,540

Strategy & Communication - Capital Projects

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Disaster Management - Capital 0411. Disaster Management 77700.0411.0004. Telemetry Systems Total 0411. Disaster Management Total Disaster Management - Capital

TOTAL CORPORATE SERVICES CAPITAL

$251,648

Installation Telemetry Systems for flood warnings and weather

3.3

$251,648 $251,648

$1,079,202

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DMSO

Annual Review completed

Meet with all SES Groups at least 3 times a year


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Division: Engineering Services Ambition Deliver a range of engineering and technical support services to deliver essential infrastructure and services aligned with Council's strategic goals Accountability Engineering Services General Manager

Strategic Function Elements

WORKS DEPARTMENT

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Maintain footpath network to agreed levels of service

8.1

Implement Adopted Community Levels of Service for the Council's footpath network

8.1

Develop 10 Year Program for Footpath Extension and Replacement for each district

Actions

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Planned road infrastructure inspections completed as per Level of Service KPIs

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Response time <10 business days for 90% of customer requests

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

31-Mar-14

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

Maintain road network to agreed levels of service

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish benchmark cost per km for road maintenance activities

Implement Adopted Community Levels of Service for the Council's road network

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Accountability: Works Managers

Section 3A: Works - Plan, design, construct and maintain regional civil infrastructure to service the needs of Western Downs region. $685,342

Footpaths

$42,922,768

Roads

8.1

WP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

8.1 & 1.8

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Implement a Grids and Gates Management System in accordance with adopted policy

8.1

TSM & WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain bridge structures to agreed levels of service

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain stormwater infrastructure to agreed service standards

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain Street lighting infrastructure to acceptable Council standards

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain off-street car park infrastructure to acceptable Council standards

8.1

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Submit NDRRA flood management submissions as required

8.1 & 3.3

WP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Deliver Flood Recovery Program as per agreed timeframes

8.1 & 3.3

WP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Respond to emergencies within acceptable timeframe

8.1 & 3.3

ESGM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain parks, gardens and open space assets to agreed levels of service

2.1, 3.1 & 4.1

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

Planned Parks and Gardens infrastructure inspections completed as per Level of Service KPIs

Review Levels of Service for Council's parks, gardens and open space assets

2.1, 3.1 & 4.1

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

Response time <10 business days for 90% of customer requests

Manage and monitor impact of Energy and Resource Sector on Council's road network Develop a regional electronic works maintenance management system

$288,775

Bridges Stormwater Drainage Street lighting

$1,002,210 $580,582

Public Off-street Car parks

Section 3B: Declared Disaster Recovery - Restore Council assets as per NDRRA Guidelines Flooding

Storm Damage

100% Submissions submitted within required timeframe

Section 3C: Parks & Gardens - Maintain regional Parks and Gardens assets to service the needs of the Western Downs Communities Parks & Gardens

$2,726,759

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

Section 3D: 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

1.5 & 1.7

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

$1,095,174

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

5.1 & 1.7

ESGM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

$5,221,344

Carry out operations in accordance with Main Roads Contract

5.1 & 8.2

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

Maintain quality assurance systems as per certification requirements

5.1 & 8.2

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

5.1, 8.2 & 1.7

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

5.1 & 8.2

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

5.1 & 8.2

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

5.1, 8.2 & 3.3

WM

01-Jun-13

01-Jul-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

May/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$1,244,412

Section 3E: Commercial Works - Actively pursue commercial works opportunities within our region Commercial Works

Main Roads - RMPC

Main Roads - Construction

$3,686,752

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

Main Roads - Flood Damage

Works - Capital Projects

Carry out operations in accordance with Main Roads Contract

Budget

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

0058. Footpaths 66100.0058.0008. Charles Drew Underpass

$28,936

Charles Drew Underpass

66100.0058.0013. Extend footpath High Street Kogan.

$12,000

Extend footpath High Street Kogan.

66100.0058.0023. Streetscape - Design & Planning - Wandoan

$34,336

Streetscape - Design & Planning - Wandoan

66100.0058.0028. Waterloo Street - North St to Moore St - Wandoan

$20,000

Footpath Upgrade - Waterloo Street - North St to Moore St - Wandoan

66100.0058.0030. Cycleway Project on Butlers Road Miles - shoulder widening, sealing and line marking 4.2km to 7.2km

$49,734

Cycleway Project on Butlers Road Miles - shoulder widening, sealing and line marking 4.2km to 7.2km

$16,000

replace footpath south side Payne Street

footpath

$55,000

Chinchilla St - replace footpath between Colamba - Heeney St

66100.0058.0034. Colamba St footpath replacement

$17,000

Replace footpath on Colamba St between Glasson - Condamine St

$15,000

Install footpath from Skewis stage 2 subdivision footpath to Skewis St

66100.0058.0032. Meandarra - Payne St south side 66100.0058.0033. Chinchilla St replacement

66100.0058.0036. Gormley Road Footpath

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10% margin achieved on commercial works completed


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

66100.0058.0037. Oak Street Footpath

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Actions

$35,000

Install footpath opposite school inc new pedestrian crossing

Crossing

$40,000

New pedestrian crossing and footpath at high school inc removal of 2 old crossings

66100.0058.0039. Bunya Street Footpath Replacement

$80,000

Bunya Street Footpath Replacement (Dalby State School)

66100.0058.0038. Tara Road Pedestrian

66100.0058.0043. Patrick Street Footpath Replacement (Nicholson to Condamine) Total 0058. Footpaths

$100,000 $503,006

Patrick Street Footpath Replacement (Nicholson to Condamine) - APPROVED BUDGET MOVED FROM 66100.0085.117.

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

6.2

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Feb/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Aug/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

May/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Feb/14

0085. Roads 66100.0085.0011. Males Drive

$256,146

Males Drive. Extend seal in lifestyle region, asset management.

66100.0085.0012. Payne Street Tara Reconstruction

$340,000

Payne Street. Reconstruction of street for asset management.

66100.0085.0043. Dalby Main Street Traffic Management

$377,537

Dalby Main Street Traffic Management - Subject to Council Report for change of project scope

66100.0085.0065. Kumbarrilla Lane Bitumen & Construction

$2,473,323

66100.0085.0070. Zellar Street intersection.

Kumbarrilla Lane Bitumen & Construction

$643,734

Zellar Street intersection. Upgrade intersection with Gakse Lane to improve safety with new subdivisions. work on Intersection of Gaske Lane, Zellar St, and Chinchilla Tara Road.

$140,000

Kerrs Road. New concrete slab through floodway. Existing gravel invert constantly washes out

66100.0085.0074. Glenhope Road. Reconstruction

$250,000

Glenhope Road. Reconstruction from Chinchilla Kogan Rd to Archers Crossing Rd, 2.1km length.

66100.0085.0098. Power Station Rd (0.6 to 6.1) - Upgrade Bitumen

$999,999

Power Station Rd (0.6 to 6.1) - Upgrade Bitumen

$119,440

Wilds Road Reconstruction (RRG)

Upgrade 66100.0085.0071.

66100.0085.0109. 66100.0085.0110. Edward Street (Cunningham to Hogan) Flood Damage 66100.0085.0111. Moreton Street - Operation Road Restore 66100.0085.0112. 66100.0085.0113. Alfred Street 66100.0085.0114. Bunya Street - Operation Road Restore

$2,401,003 $793,000 $1,170,000 $875,000 $1,000,000

Edward Street (Cunningham to Hogan) Flood Damage Moreton Street (Arthur to Owen) Flood Damage Wood Street (Myall to Owen) Flood Damage Alfred Street Bunya Street (Myall to Owen) Flood Damage

66100.0085.0124. Thomas Jack Park Replace Bins and Surrounds

$10,000

Thomas Jack Park Replace Bins and Surrounds

66100.0085.0130. Heeney Street, replace footpath Chinchilla Street

$25,000

Heeney Street, replace footpath Chinchilla Street (Warrego Hwy) to Boyd St

$50,000

Replace onstreet bins in Chinchilla

$21,600

Install soft fall at jubilee park

66100.0085.0131. Replace onstreet bins in Chinchilla 66100.0085.0132. Install soft fall at jubilee park 66100.0085.0134. Reid Street Stormwater System

$3,523

66100.0085.0135. Day Street, replace footpath at bakery 66100.0085.0165. Gadsby Road 66100.0085.0166. Horse Creek Road Upgrade to Bitumen

$28,000 $2,613,887

Reid Street Stormwater System, detailed design to allow for future construction and budgeting Day Street, replace footpath at bakery Gadsby Road - Upgrade 12km of existing road to a 7m seal on 8m formation and creation of 5km of new road to a 7m seal on 8m formation. Project funded by QGC.

$10,383,584

Horse Creek Road - Upgrade 12km of new road to 8m seal on 8m formation. Project funded by Origin.

$32,749,851

Flood Reconstruction Budget

66100.0085.0167. Flood Reconstruction Budget 66100.0085.0168. Resource Projects APLNG

$927,097 66100.0085.0169. Resource Projects - QGC

$1,712,834

Resource Projects - Various capital projects to be completed Resource Projects - QGC Various Projects

66100.0085.0170. Resource Projects Sunwater

$106,435

66100.0085.0174. Glasson St /Tara Rd Intersection Upgrade 66100.0085.0175. Brigalow - Canaga Rd Widen Seal

$60,000 $340,000

Resource Projects - Sunwater Widen intersection to improve safety for school buses to move through the intersection Widen seal on Brigalow - Canaga Rd between Wondai Rd - Olsens Rd, 4.8km

66100.0085.0176. Oak Street Kerb & Channel

$60,000

Install K & C in Oak Street north side between Rodger - Scouler St

66100.0085.0177. Beelbee Rd South C178002

$520,000

Resheet & seal Beelbee Road south to the rabbit grid. Royal for Regions Project

66100.0085.0178. Gormley Road Kerb & Channel

$40,000

Extend K & C from stage 2 Skewis subdivision to Skewis St intersection

$70,000

Resheet & seal Gormley Road to Racecourse Road. For dust suppression, safety and asset management Resheet & seal remainder of Racecourse Road to intersection with Gormley Road for safety, dust suppression & asset management

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

$70,000

Resheet & seal Bennetts School from Upper Humbug Rd to Mary Road. Royalty for Region funded project. for Asset management, school bus route, extend seal into lifestyle area, safety

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

Resheet & seal Weranga North Road ch0-6.2km. Royalty for Region funding. Reason, safety, asset management, extend seal to lifestyle area, gas access route

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

May/14

66100.0085.0179. Gormley Rd Resheet & Seal 66100.0085.0180. Racecourse Rd resheet & seal 66100.0085.0181. Bennetts School Rd T008002

$960,000 66100.0085.0182. Weranga North Rd T183-

001

$1,240,000

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Strategic Function Elements

66100.0085.0183. Mary Rd T103-001 66100.0085.0184. Joseph Rd T088-001 66100.0085.0186. Beardmore St Reconstruction 66100.0085.0188. Humbug Rd - concrete floodway replacement 66100.0085.0189. Cecil Plains Rd - floodway replacement 66100.0085.0190. Weitzels Rd - Floodway replacement

Budget

$970,000 $1,071,167 $500,000 $65,000 $200,000 $50,000

66100.0085.0192. Harphams Rd - (9.0 to 14.3) - Upgrade Bitumen - Miles District

$600,000

66100.0085.0193. Fairymeadow Rd (0 to 18.85) - Widen & Seal - Miles District

$3,050,000

66100.0085.0194. Dalby State School Safety Improvements

$90,000

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Resheet & Seal full length Mary Road. Royalty for Region project. Reason, extend seal into lifestyle are, gas access, safety/dust suppression, asset management

6.2

Resheet & seal Joseph Road Chinchilla Tara rd-wallaby Track. Royalty for region project. Reason extend seal into lifestyle area, gas access, safety, dust suppression, asset management

Actions

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Feb/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

May/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Harphams Rd - (9.0 to 14.3) - Bitumen Upgrade - Miles District. 6m seal, 7m gravel pavement, 8m formation. Project inline with Long-Term Works Program (LTWP). Funded externally with RRG $215,00 and R2R funding $385,000.

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Fairymeadow Rd (0 to 18.85) - Widen & Seal - Miles District. 7m seal, 8m gravel pavement and formation. Roads of strategic significance for the resource sector development in the Miles District. Funding had been successfully obtained by external parties. Origin ($1,295,000), QGC ($500,000), R4R ($1,200,000), WDRC ($50,000).

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

Reconstruct Beardmore St from Porter - Wilson St. Asset management, improved drainage Replacement concrete floodway on Humbug Road that has failed. reason asset management, safety Contribution to flood damage replacement of flood way on Cecil Plains Road. Reason, safety, asset management Replace failed concrete floodway on Weitzels Road, reason, asset management, safety

Dalby State School Safety Improvements (SafeST)

$350,000

Yumborra Road Dust Suppression and Drainage (RRG)

66100.0085.0196. Hustons Road Rehabilitation and Widen

$300,000

Hustons Road Rehabilitation and Widen (Quarry Contribution) - Funded from Special Rates

66100.0085.0197. Sandalwood Avenue South Intersection and Dust Suppression

$300,000

Sandalwood Avenue South Intersection Reconstruction and Dust Suppression

$291,060

Reid Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

66100.0085.0198. Reid Street Reconstruction 66100.0085.0199. Orpen Street Reconstruction - ORR 66100.0085.0200. Palmer Street Reconstruction - ORR 66100.0085.0201. Charles Street Reconstruction ORR 66100.0085.0202. Myall Street Reconstruction - ORR

$1,000,000

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Finish

66100.0085.0195. Yumborra Road Dust Suppression and Drainage (RRG)

- ORR

Timeframe Start

Orpen Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

$585,000

Palmer Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

$2,000,000

Charles Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011) Myall Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

$635,040

66100.0085.0203. Gravel Resheeting Various Roads - Wandoan District (2014)

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$670,000

Gravel Resheeting - Asset Replacement - Various Roads - Wandoan District. Continued asset replacement to improve asset sustainability and reduce financial risk.

66100.0085.0204. Gravel Resheeting Various Roads - Miles District (2014)

Gravel Resheeting - Asset Replacement - Various Roads - Miles District. Continued asset replacement to improve asset sustainability and reduce financial risk.

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$852,000

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

66100.0085.0205. Owen Street Reconstruction - ORR

$2,000,000

Owen Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

66100.0085.0206. Arthur Street Reconstruction - ORR

$1,459,744

Arthur Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

66100.0085.0207. Jacaranda Court - ORR 66100.0085.0208. Silvergum Drive Reconstruction - ORR 66100.0085.0209. Alice Street Reconstruction - ORR 66100.0085.0210. Margret Avenue Reconstruction - ORR 66100.0085.0211. Dalby Resheeting 2013/14 66100.0085.0212. Dalby Reseals 2012/13

$500,000

Jacaranda Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

$84,767

Silver Gum Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

$1,173,060

Alice Street Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

$232,320

Margret Avenue Reconstruction - Operation Road Restore (Flood 2011)

$900,000

Dalby gravel resheeting 2013/13

$1,002,000

Dalby Reseals 2012/13

66100.0085.0213. Bitumen Reseals - Various Roads - Miles District (2014)

Bitumen Reseals - Asset Replacement - Various Roads - Miles District. Continued asset replacement to improve asset sustainability and reduce financial risk.

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$305,000

66100.0085.0214. Bitumen Reseals - Various Roads - Wandoan District (2014)

Bitumen Reseals - Asset Replacement - Various Roads - Wandoan District. Continued asset replacement to improve asset sustainability and reduce financial risk.

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$411,000

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

66100.0085.0215. Goombi Fairymeadow Rd (0 to 15.15) - Widen & Seal - Chinchilla District. 66100.0085.0216. Chinchilla Resheeting

$2,750,000

Goombi Fairymeadow Rd (0 to 15.15) - Widen & Seal - Chinchilla District. 7m seal, 8m gravel pavement and formation. Road of strategic significance for the resource sector development in the Chinchilla District. External funding has been successfully obtained. Origin ($600,000), QGC ($900,000), R4R ($1,200,000), WDRC ($50,000).

$1,200,000

Chinchilla Resheeting Annual Programme

66100.0085.0217. Chinchilla reseal

$591,000

66100.0085.0218. Tara Resheeting

$1,687,000

Chinchilla Resealing Programme Tara Resheeting Programme

66100.0085.0219. Tara Reseals

$435,000

Tara Reseal Programme

66100.0085.0220. Pelican Back Road

$210,000

Construct land bridge and flood damage repairs

66100.0085.0221. Roache Creek Road

$380,000

Install drainage, repair & remove floodway crossing

66100.0085.0222. Wallen Creek Bridge

$457,600

Repair bridge crossing and undertake additional protection

66100.0085.0223. Jimbour Station Road

$450,000

Road Reconstruction

66100.0085.0224. Wilds Road

$1,200,000

Road reconstruction & betterment

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

66100.0085.0225. Clifford Road Total 0085. Roads

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Actions

Road crossing reconstruction

$440,000 $95,278,751

0086. Bridges 66100.0086.0006. Hookswood Rd (15.06) Timber Bridge Replacement with RCBCs - Miles District Total 0086. Bridges

Hookswood Rd (15.06) Timber Bridge Replacement with RCBCs - Miles District. Maintain current Level of Service during wet weather to the residents north of the bridge. Project proposal as per Council resolution 5th September 2012

$450,000 $450,000

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

6.2 6.2 6.2 6.2 6.2

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

ESGM

01-Jul-13

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

0087. Stormwater Drainage 66100.0087.0002. Dalby Stormwater Augmentation Stage 1 & 2

$500,000

Dalby Urban Stormwater Augmentation Stage 1 & 2 (amalgamate project 66100.0087.0019)

66100.0087.0007. Mauldauf Street Stormwater

$825,000

Mauldauf Street Chinchilla Stormwater Drainage work

66100.0087.0009. Stage 1 - Gaske Lane Drainage Scheme Land Acquisition

Gaske Lane Drainage Scheme. Land evaluations, acquisition costs, survey and fencing. (Unspent Loan Reserve $331,123 as at 300613)

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$899,122

Construction of major drainage channel from Gormley Road to the south east corner of the showground (amalgamate projects 66100.0087.0006,0010, 0011 & 0014)

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Feb/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Nov/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Feb/14

6.2

ESGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

Coordinate the continued development of Asset Management

1.5

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Assist in the establishment of levels of service across the organisation

1.5

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Implement an Asset Management Improvement Strategy

1.5

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Capture Chinchilla and Miles Stormwater Drainage Asset Data

1.5

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish enhanced Asset Management Reporting

1.5

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

66100.0087.0031. Gaske Lane Drainage Scheme

$4,225,000

Total 0087. Stormwater Drainage

$6,449,122

0261. Parks & Gardens 66500.0261.0009. Thomas jack park replace softfall/playground equipment 66500.0261.0010.

Thomas jack park - replace softfall/playground equipment

$120,000 $10,000

Grays park - Replacement of playground equipment

$30,000

Main Street Gardens - Block retaining wall - in front of Court House, roots of tree going into footpath

$20,000

Upgrade paths in Anzac Park - Miles Adjust timing - COUNCIL WORKSHOP 09/8/12

66500.0261.0033. Apex Park Meandarra

$15,000

Install irrigation Apex Park Meandarra

66500.0261.0034. Rotary Park Tara

$27,000

Replace softfall in Rotary Park Tara

66500.0261.0035. Anzac Park Meandarra

$10,800

Install irrigation at Anzac Park Meandarra

66500.0261.0036. Skate Park Tara

$22,500

Replace softfall at Skate Park Tara

66500.0261.0011. Main Street Gardens Block retaining wall - in front of Court House, roots of tree going into footpath 66500.0261.0027. Upgrade Footpath - Anzac Park - Miles

66500.0261.0037. Blue Hills Estate soft fall Total 0261. Parks & Gardens

Blue Hills Estate soft fall replacement (item not meet Australian Standard)

$21,600 $276,900

0262. Council Depots 66600.0262.0009. Renovate Existing Building - Amalgamation Stores

$41,538

Renovate Existing Building - Amalgamation Stores - Depot - Dalby

66600.0262.0021.

$60,000

New Storage Sheds

66600.0262.0022.

$82,000

New Staff Carpark

66600.0262.0031. Regional Depot Fuel System Replacement - Miles Depot

$35,000

Regional Depot Fuel System Replacement - Miles Depot

66600.0262.0032. Regional Depot Fuel System Replacement - Chinchilla Depot

$35,000

Regional Depot Fuel System Replacement - Chinchilla Depot

66600.0262.0033. Regional Depot Fuel System Replacement - Tara Depot

$35,000

Regional Depot Fuel System Replacement - Tara Depot

66600.0262.0034. Installation of fuel delivery system - Dalby Depot. 66600.0262.0036. 66600.0262.0039. Dalby Depot - Construct Hardstand - Upgrade Depot Plan 66600.0262.0040. 66600.0262.0044. Utilities Building Construction at Depot 66600.0262.0046. Parks & Garden Storage Total 0262. Council Depots

Total Works - Capital

Installation of fuel delivery system - Dalby Depot.

$250,000

Dalby Depot - Move Diesel Pump

$80,000

Dalby Depot - Construct Hardstand - Upgrade Depot Plan - (Unspent Loan reserve $38,082 at 300613)

$258,854

Design of New Industrial Subdivision - Reconfigure

$1,778,480

Creation of Utilities building at Depot and relocation (Unspent Loan Reserve $400,000 as at 300613)

$550,000

Improve parks and gardens storage space for safety and accessibility reasons. Propose to install shipping container

$16,000 $3,221,872

$106,179,651

Accountability: Technical Services Manager

TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Section 3F: Asset Management - Develop a whole of organisation approach to implement best practice asset management Asset Management

$663,012

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Provide GIS support to the organisation

1.5 & 1.8

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate options to provide a secure electronic mapping solution to the Councillors

1.5 & 1.8

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Aug-13

Develop Corporate GIS Staff Training linked to HR Induction System

1.5 & 1.8

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Upgrade Exponare to version 5

1.5 & 1.8

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Integrate corporate GIS and corporate Asset Management systems

1.5 & 1.8

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Actions

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

Section 3G: GIS - Provide accurate and reliable geographic information through responsive and innovative GIS services to enhance strategic decision making $0

GIS

Section 3H: Design - To provide the services of surveying, estimating and civil design to internal and external customers $172,816

Design

2.1 & 8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish a streamlined internal civil design work request system

1.3

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish a regional network of surveying GPS base stations

1.8

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Achieve Department of Transport and Main Roads pre-qualification status for civil design services

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1, 8.1 & 6.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue Civil Design Team succession planning through Cadetship Program

1.2

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Provide support to the Wambo River Trust

7.2

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

1.5 & 1.7

FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Replace fleet and plant assets in accordance with Replacement Policy

1.5 & 1.7

FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate and implement appropriate Fleet Management System

1.5 & 1.7

FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Operate within allocated budget for accountable tools

1.5 & 1.7

WM & FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain and operate workshops to meet Council's operational requirements

1.5 & 1.7

FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Operate Jimbour Quarry efficiently and effectively and in accordance with legislative requirements

5.1 & 7.2

QC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

#KPIs to come from Annual Industry Benchmark Report

Manage Jimbour Quarry in order to establish and meet business objectives

5.1 & 7.2

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

10% margin achieved on product sales

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

5.1 & 7.2

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

5.1 & 7.2

WM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Operate and maintain Aerodrome infrastructure to service standards and legislative requirements

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

No reportable incidents due to Council actions

Ensure revenue from non-exempt users of all aerodromes is captured

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Number of airport passengers

Liaise with external stakeholders to determine future operational requirements and potential funding sources

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish the Dalby Aerodrome as a registered aerodrome

8.1

TSM

01-Sep-13

31-May-14

Establish and operate the Miles Aerodrome as a certified regional aerodrome

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

01-Sep-13

Determine future requirements for Wandoan Aerodrome

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Determine future requirements for Chinchilla Aerodrome

8.1

TSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Provide cost effective surveying, estimating and civil design services

Carry out regional stormwater network analysis to assist in developing a stormwater masterplan

Section 3I: Fleet - To manage and maintain an efficient fleet and plant to support Council operations $16,683,861

Fleet

Workshops

$130

Return of capital greater than or equal to 9%

Section 3J: Quarry - To provide quality quarry products at competitive prices Jimbour Quarry

Gravel Pits

$3,495,701

$7,370,404

Section 3K: Aerodromes - Maintain and enhance aerodromes relevant to CASA and community requirements Aerodrome

Technical Services - Capital Projects Technical Services - Capital 0209. Aerodrome 66200.0209.0004. Miles Aerodrome 66200.0209.0007. Chinchilla Runway Immediate Repairs

66200.0209.0008. Tara Aerodrome Footpath Construction Total 0209. Aerodrome

$714,313

Budget

$14,855,456 $125,000

$28,000 $15,008,456

0276. Fleet 66800.0276.0070. 66800.0276.0126. 66800.0276.0133. 66800.0276.0141. Mower 66800.0276.0142. Misc plant 66800.0276.0143. Truck & Dog 66800.0276.0144. Backhoe 66800.0276.0145. Roller

$25,000 $7,203 $28,115 $26,000 $7,500 $345,000 $180,000 $175,000

66800.0276.0146. Sweeper

$165,000

66800.0276.0147. Side Tipper 66800.0276.0148. Truck 66800.0276.0149. Mower 66800.0276.0150. Roller

$105,000 $70,000 $15,000 $60,000

66800.0276.0151. Tool 66800.0276.0152. Loader 66800.0276.0153. Grader

$6,000 $305,000 $460,000

66800.0276.0154. Truck 66800.0276.0155. Truck 66800.0276.0156. Truck 66800.0276.0157. Backhoe

$240,000 $310,000 $330,000 $180,000

66800.0276.0158. Excavator 66800.0276.0159. Truck 66800.0276.0160. Truck 66800.0276.0161. Truck 66800.0276.0162. Truck 66800.0276.0163. Mower 66800.0276.0164. Mower 66800.0276.0165. Mower

$515,000 $95,000 $95,000 $100,000 $60,000 $26,000 $26,000 $26,000

Actions

Construct Miles Aerodrome. Urgent repairs required on runway. To be funded by QGC. The plan is to construct a concrete path from the back of the building and through the gate to front corner of the building, and concrete along the front of the building up to the fence, and a concrete path 3m wide from front of building to apron - this will provide enough wet weather area for ambulance/emergency activities and a path for people walking out to the planes

New water tank for truck 2598 tipper body. Old tank rusty and unrepairable. 3 x 2WD Utes (2520, 2523, 1012) as per vehicle replacement policy. 2 x 2WD Utes (2220, 2605) as per vehicle replacement policy. 2617 Ferris Mower - 4yrs. Council policy 5 yrs, Unit worn out & has high stand down times New Mobile Cement Mixer to replace two old worn out units 2364/2373 Mack Body Truck & TWE Dog - 10 yrs. As per councils policy 2313 - Case Backhoe - 10 yrs. As per councils policy. Send trade unit to Wandoan for W&S use. 2184 Pacific Roller - 22 yrs. Councils policy 15 yrs. 2316 Tennant Sweeper - 15 yrs. Machine too small & unable to do job required. Move to a compact unit similar to previous year in other area. 2370 Lusty Tri-axle Semi End Tipper - 23 yrs. Councils replacement policy 20-30 yrs. Replace with side tipper. 2365 Isuzu NPR Job Truck - 8 yrs as per replacement policy. 2759 Ferris Mower - 4 yrs. Council policy 5 yrs. Unit worn out & has high stand down times. 2049 Grid Roller - Gris roller rings/wheels worn out. Replace & repair as necessary New - G Scan Diagnostic Tool for workshop (Electronic diagnostic tool to enable diagnosis of all fleet & trucks. Currently unable to diagnosis electronic faults and requiring to return to OEM dealers) 2441 Volco L70C Loader - 15 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs 2469 Komatsu GD655-3 Grader - 10 yrs. Council replacement policy 10 yrs. 2430 Water Truck - 15 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. QT taken off road due to rust in the chassis. 1018/2449 Scania Body Truck & Milne Dog Trailer - 10 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. 2471 Hino Paveline Road Patching Truck - 10 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs 2168 JCB Backhoe - 12 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. 2775 Komatsu PC300-8 Excavator - 3.5 yrs / 6,000 hrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs / 10,000 hrs. Unit too light for work it is required to do. Upgrade to a larger more suitable unit. 1023 Isuzu NPR Job Truck - 8 yrs. Council replacement policy 8 yrs. 1027 Isuzu NPR Job Truck - 8 yrs. Councils replacement policy 8 yrs. 2464 Hino Service Truck (chassis only) - 11 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. 1045 Ford Transit Job Truck - 8 yrs. Councils replacement policy 8 yrs. 2524 New Holland Mower - 5 years. Councils replacement policy 5 years 1070 New Holland Mower - 9 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 years 1144 Toro Mower - 5 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 yrs.

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Timeframe Start Finish

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jan/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jul/13 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements 66800.0276.0166. Mower 66800.0276.0167. Dingo & Trailer 66800.0276.0168. Roller 66800.0276.0170. Trailer 66800.0276.0171. Grader 66800.0276.0172. Trailer 66800.0276.0173. Trailer

Budget $26,000 $60,000 $150,000 $11,000 $460,000 $20,000 $85,000

66800.0276.0174. Trailer

$45,000

66800.0276.0175. Trailer

$45,000

66800.0276.0176. Trailer 66800.0276.0177. Mower

$45,000 $26,000

66800.0276.0178. Mower 66800.0276.0179. Mower 66800.0276.0180. Trailer 66800.0276.0181. Trailers

$15,000 $18,000 $4,000 $5,000

66800.0276.0182. Excavator

$60,000

66800.0276.0183. Tool

$6,000

66800.0276.0184. Truck

$260,000

66800.0276.0185. Trailer

$105,000

66800.0276.0186. Roller 66800.0276.0187. Truck 66800.0276.0188. Truck 66800.0276.0189. Mower 66800.0276.0190. Mower 66800.0276.0191. Mower 66800.0276.0192. Tractor 66800.0276.0193. Mower

$175,000 $170,000 $125,000 $26,000 $26,000 $26,000 $100,000 $9,000

66800.0276.0194. Trailer

$25,000

66800.0276.0195. Tool 66800.0276.0196. 66800.0276.0197. 66800.0276.0198. 66800.0276.0199. 66800.0276.0200. 66800.0276.0201. 66800.0276.0202. 66800.0276.0203. 66800.0276.0204. 66800.0276.0205. 66800.0276.0206. 66800.0276.0207. 66800.0276.0208. 66800.0276.0209. 66800.0276.0210. 66800.0276.0211. Quad Bike

66800.0276.0212.

66800.0276.0215. Trailer

Net Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions 1145 Toro Mower - 5 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 yrs. 2438 Dingo Mini Digger, Attachments & Trailer - 15 yrs. Councils replacement policy is as required. Unit worn out & needs upgrading 2390 Bomag 3 Point Steel Drum Roller - 28 yrs. Councils replacement policy 15 yrs. Tandem Axle Tipping Trailer for Dalby WTP - Tipping tandem axle trailer to remove sludge from the centrifuge 2162 Volvo Grader - 9 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. Grader very unreliable with constantly being stood down for breakdowns. 2248 Fuel Trailer (stolen) - Replace stolen fuel trailer 2240 Tri-Axle Semi Water Trailer (purchase good second hand ex fuel tanker) - 17 yrs. Councils replacement policy 20-30 yrs. 2244 Fuel Trailer - 35 yrs. Councils replacement policy 20-30 yrs. Trailer worn out Brakes no longer meet QT requirements 2253 Fuel Trailer - 33 yrs. Councils replacement policy 20-30 yrs. Trailer worn out. Brakes no longer meet QT requirements. 2246 Fuel Trailer - 34 yrs. Councils replacement policy 20-30 years. Trailer worn out. Brakes no long meet QT requirements. 2262 John Deere Mower - 6 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 yrs. Small John Deere Mower (W&S). Replace with larger more suitable unit. 10 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 yrs. 2191 & 2183 7ft Slashers (2) to replace old worn out units 2267 Tandem Axle Box Trailer - 30+ yrs. Unrepairable 2641 Tandem Axle Mower Trailer - 30 yrs. Unrepairable Mini Excavator & Trailer - Mini Excavator on trailer with attachments. Size needed so don't need licence to operator. To be based in Chinchilla as the central point to be utilised by Utilities region wide. As requested by Utilities Manager. New - G Scan Diagnostic Tool for workshop (Electronic diagnostic tool to enable diagnosis of all fleet & trucks. Currently unable to diagnosis electronic faults and requiring to return to OEM dealers) 2020 Mack Trident Prime Mover - 8.5 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. Truck always doing heavy work. 640,000 km / 12,000 engine hours. Showing signs of needing engine rebuild before 10 yrs.

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM TSM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14 Jun/14

$20,000

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$50,000

Small Bobcat and trailer (suitable for towing by utility) for Waste Operations Officer. Keven travels to small regional landfills at least weekly, and often these sites are not maintained regularly by the routine provider. It would be relatively efficient for him to push up these landfills whilst there (if he had the plant) - as requested by the E&H Manager 1 x Tandem Axle Heavy Duty Box Trailer - Dalby Rural Services Crew have requested an off road style trailer, similar to the one utilised by Tara Rural Services. Better utilisation of spray equipment, etc. As requested by the E&H Manager

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

TSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1

WTP & UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% Take-up of WaterWise Rebate scheme

1.5 & 2.1

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Less than 10:1 Ratio of planned vs unplanned interruptions

Maintain and operate Water Bore Assets as required

2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Response time < four hours for 95% of incidents for towns Response time < two hour for 95% of incidents for villages and hamlets

Acquire increased groundwater entitlements for Dalby and Miles

6.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain and operate Surface Water Assets as required

2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1, 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

$6,000 $34,000 $76,000 $34,000 $40,000 $95,000 $244,000 $255,000 $204,000 $196,000 $96,000 $38,000 $38,000 $68,000 $95,000 $216,000

$6,500

$30,000

66800.0276.0217.

$35,000

Total Technical Services - Capital

Remaining Budget

2099 White Tri-Axle End Tipper (replace with side tipper) - 21 yrs. Councils replacement policy 20-30 yrs. 2039 Ingersoll-Rand Vibrating Drum Roller - 10 yrs. Councils replacement policy 15 yrs. Weak articulation hitch & drum bearings. Keeps falling apart. 2000 Isuzu Crane Truck - 11 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs. 2023 Hino Service truck (chassis only) - 10 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 yrs 2549 Everride Mower - 6 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 yrs. 2064 Everride Mower - 6 yrs. Council replacement policy 5 yrs 2075 Everride Mower - 6 yrs. Councils replacement policy 5 yrs 2055 Case Tractor - 16 yrs. Councils replacement policy 10 years 2052 Slasher (7ft) - 9 yrs. Completely worn out Small Plant Trailer - Currently requiring 2 trips to jobsite as not enough room on the back of the truck for the skid steer, attachments & tools. New - G Scan Diagnostic Tool for workshop (Electronic diagnostic tool to enable diagnosis of all fleet & trucks. Currently unable to diagnosis electronic faults and requiring to return to OEM dealers) 1 x Sedan (2580) 2 x Utes (2579, 2758) 1 x Sedan (2835) 1 x Wagon (2986) 2 x Utes (2569, 2589) 7 x Sedans (2565, 2546, 2547, 2859, 2862, 3040, 2930) 6 x Wagons (1135, 2564, 2786, 2967, 2576, 2615) 6 x Utes (1099, 1140, 1120, 2574, 2578, 2582) 5 x Utes (2593, 2545, 1146, 2570, 2597) 3 x Utes (2602, 2604, 2855) 1 x New Ute - RMPC Supervisor (as requested by ESGM) 1 x New Ute - Works Supervisor Infrastructure Operations (as requested by ESGM) 2 x Sedans (2981, 2886) 2 x Wagons (2614, 2139) 7 x Utes (2122, 2137, 2141, 2143, 2144, 2847, 2121) Additional quad bike (with small chem tank, and trailer) for Rural Services Operation (weed spraying etc) as requested by the E&H Manager

66800.0276.0216.

66800.0276.0218. 66800.0276.0219. Total 0276. Fleet

YTD Actuals

$40,000 $20,000 $8,047,318

1 x New 2WD ute as requested by Facilities Manager. Currently two building/maintenance staff based out of Miles working regionally in one light truck. More efficient to use two vehicles as they can be doing jobs at different locations getting twice the work completed. New Ute - Training & Assessment Officer as requested by Organisation Development Senior Officer (advised that CEO approved vehicle with position) New AWD Wagon - Waste Coordinator. Currently on a novated lease however advised on 28/5/13 intention of finalising lease asap & returning to a council vehicle Pallet Racking for workshop storage areas

$23,055,774

Accountability: Utilities Manager and Water Treatment Principal

UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

Section 3L: Water - Manage water treatment, networks, revenue and assets to achieve safe, reliable and cost effective water supplies. Regional

Comply with Drinking Water Quality Plan Review Customer Service Standard KPIs against 12 months of data collection

Bores

Weir

$668,886

$133,272

Restoration services > 90% restored within four hours for towns Restoration services > 90% restored within five hours for villages Restoration services > 90% restored within twelve hours for hamlets Less than 5 reportable events under the Water Supply (Safety and Reliability) Act

Treatment

$6,820,437

Maintain and operate Water Treatment Assets to achieve required water quality standards in accordance with Drinking Water Quality Management Plans

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Less than 10 water quality complaints per 1,000 connections per year for towns


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

Budget

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Actions

$700,473

Distribution

Conservation

Commercial Works

$3,657,034

$293,684

$530,853

Water Revenue

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

2.1, 6.2

WTP

01-Dec-13

30-Jun-14

Implement identified Work Health and Safety initiatives

1.1

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain reservoir inspection and cleaning program

2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1

UM & WTP

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Maintain "Dial Before You Dig" System

1.1, 1.3 & 1.8

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Promote Western Downs Waterwise Program Continue working with sporting and community groups as well Energy Companies on their Water Conservation Plans Continue roll out of automatic read meters

2,1, 6.2 & 7.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2,1, 6.2 & 7.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.8, 2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.3 & 1.7

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop and implement appropriate risk management systems for new and existing schemes

1.9, 2.1 & 7.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

2,1,5.1 & 7.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop and operate treatment systems to supply new recycled water schemes in Wandoan and Miles

2.1 & 7.2

WTP

01-Nov-13

30-Jun-14

Operate in accordance with Recycled Water Management Plans for community users

2.1 & 7.2

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1, 1.3 & 1.8

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Commission new water treatment plant at Tara, Wandoan and Dalby

Storage

Corporate Plan Linkage

Maintain and operate Distribution Assets to comply with customer service standards and Drinking Water Quality Management Plan Develop and implement Standard Work Practices for Distribution, Operation and Maintenance

Achieve full cost recovery plus appropriate margin on projects tendered and constructed within resource constraints Provide of technical advice and support to Council's Revenue Team and customers

Less than 20 water quality complaints per 1,000 connections per year for villages

Section 3M: Recycled Water - Manage recycled water treatment, networks, revenue and assets to achieve safe, reliable and cost effective water supplies. Regional

100% Compliance with requirements of Recycled Water Agreements. $734,508

Treatment

Distribution

$0

Maintain and operate Distribution Assets as required under Recycled Water Supply Agreements Maintain "Dial Before You Dig" System Recycled Water Revenue

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

Section 3N: Wastewater - Manage wastewater treatment, collection and pumping, revenue and assets to achieve reliable and environmentally sensitive wastewater systems $8,029,106

Treatment

Pumping Station

$585,351

Maintain and operate Wastewater Treatment Assets in accordance with environmental licence conditions

2.1 & 7.2

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Response time < one hour for 95% of incidents

Commission new wastewater plant in Wandoan

2.1 & 7.2

WTP

01-Oct-13

30-Jun-14

Restoration services > 90% restored within four hours

Work with the energy sector to implement infrastructure upgrades

2.1 & 5.1

ESGM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Comply with Environmental Licence conditions for sludge removal

7.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain and operate Wastewater Pumping Assets as required

2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% samples meet or exceed licensing requirements < 10 Sewage overflows per 100 km main/year <10 Sewage overflows to customer property per 1,000 connections/year <10 Odour complaints per 1,000 connections/year

Investigate compliance with environmental code (ERA 63) requirements for pumping stations

7.2

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Response/reaction time >95% in less than one hour

Undertake CCTV inspections as per network program

1.5 & 2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Ratio of peak day flow to average day flow <5:1

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

1.5 & 2.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

100% Compliance with Environmental Licence Conditions

1.1, 1.3 & 1.8

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

1.7

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

<40 Sewer main breaks and chokes per 100km of main $2,340,915

Mains

Maintain "Dial Before You Dig" System Commercial Works

$20,777

Wastewater Revenue

Section 3O: Gas - Manage Dalby gas network, revenue and assets to achieve a safe, cost effective gas distribution system. Gate Station

$129,581

Operate and maintain Gate Station Assets as required and in accordance with Safe Ops Plan

1.1 & 5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Regulation Station

$201,151

Operate and maintain Regulation Station Assets as required and in accordance with Safe Ops Plan

1.1 & 5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Mains

$264,587

Operate and maintain Gas Distribution Assets as required and in accordance with Safe Ops Plan

1.1 & 5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Work completed with 10% or greater margin achieved Measure cubic metres of gas loss Response time < one hour for 95% of incidents

Ongoing development and review of gas operating procedures

1.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Gas Network Analysis

5.1

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1, 1.3 & 1.8

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain "Dial Before You Dig" System $1,809,149

Retail Commercial Works

$66,990

Gas Revenue

Utility Services - Capital Projects

Budget

5.1

WTP

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

1.7 & 5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

1.7 & 5.1

UM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Feb/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

May/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Promote the efficiencies and benefits of natural gas

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

Utilities - Capital 0075. Treatment 55100.0075.0018. Wandoan Potable Water 55100.0075.0021. Tara RO concentrate storage dam

$3,788,317 $2,600,000

Construct Evaporative ponds for Tara RO plant.

55100.0075.0025. Dalby RO Stage 3 55100.0075.0027. Replace reservoir roof at

$1,276,527

Dalby RO Stage 3 as per Council Strategy

WTP 55100.0075.0028. Miles Raw Water Pumping Station Intake works 55100.0075.0029. Miles PWTP Sludge Handling 55100.0075.0031. RO Connection Mains 55100.0075.0036. Rate control Valve repair as part of normal operational processes. 55100.0075.0037. Jandowae Filter repair - as part of normal operational processes.

Wandoan - Construct new water treatment plant to meet proposed development needs - funded by Xstrata initially

$100,000

Replace reservoir roof at WTP Roof is severely corroded and no longer structurally sound

$250,000

Raw Water Pumpstation Development - Cater for growth and improve performance. Developer driven.

$400,000 $1,490,000

Sludge Handling Equipment - Cater for growth and improve performance. Connection Mains from Bores to Plant to Evaporative Ponds

$75,000

Rate control Valve repair as part of normal operational processes.

$80,000

Jandowae Filter repair - as part of normal operational processes.

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Pass Annual Compliance Audit


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements 55100.0075.0038. Clarifier Repair - Dalby. As part of normal operational processes.

Budget $160,000

YTD Actuals

Remaining Budget

Net Budget

Actions

Clarifier Repair - Dalby. As part of normal operational processes. Purchase Water licences for Dalby - 500 meg x $2500 - Adjust timing - Council Workshop 09/8/12 $500k in 12/13, $700k in 14/15 Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant - Council resolved to invite M20 Water and Browns Aqua Systems to participate in the early contractor involvement process at a cost of $30,000 each.

Timeframe

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Nov/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

55100.0075.0039. 55100.0075.0041. Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Plant 55100.0075.0042. RO Concentrate Storage Dam 55100.0075.0044. Miles RO Concentrate Rising Main

$1,100,000

$930,000

Miles RO Concentrate Rising Main

55100.0075.0045. Chinchilla WTP Upgrade

$500,000

Chinchilla Water Treatment Plant Upgrade - Currently at option analysis study phase - Business Case

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/17

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$260,000

Project would improve the capability to repair isolate and flush bore mains from the water plant without the risk of bringing flood water into the clear water storage. Dedicated supply main from RO2 into the water would also be installed to reduce problems associated with flooded bore mains.

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

$270,000

Project is aimed at eliminating water quality incidents and reducing OH&S risks at the Warra WTP. Involves a substantial redevelopment and equipping with a greater degree of automation and monitoring equipment. Would be used as a proving ground and test bed for similar works at Bell , Jandowae and perhaps Condamine. OH&S risks would be reduced by installing appropriate platforms and walkways as well as a change to liquid chemicals properly bunded and monitored. This project is about providing for future renovation of the Dalby Evaporative pond complex. Liner replacement is a part of depreciation expenditure but this is about developing a reserve for future salt disposal.

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/24

$200,000

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Feb/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/16

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

May/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$172,040

370m of 150mm new main Ref R4 new main west of loyd Stree between Gaske Lane and Chinchilla - Tara Rd . Developer driven as noted in 10 year plan. 950m of 200mm new main Ref R9 new main Lloyd Street between Windmill Rd and Gaske Lane. Developer driven as noted in ten year plan.

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

300mm of 150mm Main REF NR8 Leichardt Street south of Gormleys Rd - Developer driven as noted in ten year plan

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$66,583 $13,000

Main replacement Ensor St Bell, break history

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

55100.0075.0046. Dalby Water plant -bore main flood isolation valves

55100.0075.0047. Warra water plant redevelopment

$2,607,890 $2,428,177

55100.0075.0048. Evaporative pond close down 55100.0075.0049. Painting of Miles Treatment Plant 55100.0075.0050. Sludge storage Maintenance Grade pad for Centrifuge (Dalby) 55100.0075.0051. Install Basic Alarm System - Various Locations 55100.0075.0052. Purchase land & Construct low level reservoir 55300.0075.0003. Miles Waste Water Treatment Plant 55300.0075.0008. INSTALLATION OF GROUNDWATER MONITORS Cater for development 55300.0075.0011. Wandoan Waste Water Plant 55300.0075.0015. Chinchilla WWTP 55300.0075.0017. Tank for Permeate Storage (Dalby) Total 0075. Treatment 0076. Storage 55100.0076.0008. Water Tower Ladder Replacement or pressure/diesel Pump System Operation 55100.0076.0009. 2 x 20000 GL poly storage tanks for backup fire fighting storage tank to be located at lagoon 55100.0076.0011. Painting Office - Edward Street Depot Total 0076. Storage

RO Concentrate Storage Dam

$23,257

Painting of Miles Treatment Plant

$58,144

Sludge storage Maintenance Grade pad for Centrifuge (Dalby)

$55,820

Install Basic Alarm System at Bell, Condamine, Warra and Jandowae Treatment Plants

$600,000 $733,467

$75,000 $3,649,704 $500,000 $11,691

Purchase land & Construct low level reservoir Miles - Construct two 2500 EP Treatment Trains 1 IDEA & 1 IDAL - Total capacity 5000 EP - timing adjusted at Council Workshop 120613

Installation of Groundwater Monitors - Cater for development Treatment Plant Augmentation - Xstrata project Chinchilla WWTP Optimisation of existing plant and additional capacity - Currently at concept phase Tank for Permeate Storage (Dalby)

$24,222,994

$9,928

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.

$30,000

2 x 20000 gl poly storage tanks for backup fire fighting storage tank to be located at lagoon Currently the backup measures in place use the lagoon raw water to feed into the town water supply. If this is required to happen residents will have dirty water being supplied to their houses. The proposed storage will be maintained full with bore water.

$17,443

Painting Office - Edward Street Office (Moved from Operational Budget)

$57,371

0077. Distribution 55100.0077.0012. Flinton Reticulation Alterations 55100.0077.0047. 370M OF 150MM NEW MAIN Ref R4 NEW MAIN WEST OF LLOYD ST BETWEEN GASKE LANE AND CHINCHILLA 55100.0077.0048. 950M OF 200MM NEW MAIN Ref R9 NEW Main LLYOD ST 55100.0077.0049. 300M OF 150MM MAIN REF NR8 LEICHARDT STREET SOUTH OF GORMLEYS RD 55100.0077.0055. Main replacement Ensor St Bell, break history 55100.0077.0058. Meter Replacement Programme

$35,000

$80,003

$340,675

55100.0077.0060.

$25,000

55100.0077.0061.

$20,000

55100.0077.0062.

$44,999

55100.0077.0065. Jandowae Water Main 55100.0077.0066. Rising main replacement Boreline No6 55100.0077.0074. 50m of 100mm DI pipe Water relocate water main onto Juandah Ck. Bridge 50m of DI pipe 55100.0077.0077. Upgrading of Water Treatment Plant - Tara Stage 2 55100.0077.0079. Mains Replacement Programme 55100.0077.0080. Water Main Upgrade Warrego Hwy 55100.0077.0081. Water Rising Main DN250 Miles Golf Course to Warrego Hwy 55100.0077.0082. Water Rising Main DN250 Miles WTP to Leichhardt Hwy 55100.0077.0083. Water Rising Main DN250 Leichhardt Hwy to SPS 9

$200,000 $2,149

$17,606 $3,162,335 $600,000 $40,000 $230,000 $115,000 $252,000

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 services.

Installation of 1000 new remote read meters, ongoing program Replacement of water services in Drayton St & C.B.D. area( old copper up Gal. services) Moved to 2013/14 as per email 10/8/2012 Water main rehab James St.-between Alice St. & railway line (100mm) Moved to 2013/14 as per email 10/8/2012 Water main Rehab 250mm main Edward st South tower to Orpen @ 550m main water supply line to south Dalby in bad condition. High risk of loss of supply. Jandowae Water main rehab Sydney St (Dalby - George), High St (Dalby - Queen), William St (Dalby - Queen), Warra St (Queen - Creek crossing), Albert St (High - Coxen) Rising main replacement Boreline No6 breakage history

50m of 100mm DI pipe Water relocate water main onto Juandah Ck. Bridge 50m of DI pipe Upgrading of Water Treatment Plant Stage 2 - Tara - Asset 52342 Mains Replacement - Asset Renewal Water main upgrade cost form 100mm to 200mm Warrego highway Chinchilla (new service station site eastern side of Chinchilla) Water rising main to future reservoir site. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs. Water riding main to future reservoir. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction cost Water rising main to future reservoir site. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction cost.

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements 55100.0077.0084. Water Distribution Main DN250 - Warrego Hwy to Miles Golf Course 55100.0077.0085. Water Distribution Main Leichhardt Hwy to Miles WTP 55100.0077.0086. Water Distribution Main DN250 - Leichhardt Hwy to Miles Golf Course 55100.0077.0087. Water Distribution Main DN200 - Old Cameby Rd to Miles WWTP 55100.0077.0088. Water Distribution Main DN200 - Miles Golf Course to Old Cameby Rd 55200.0077.0001. 55200.0077.0002. Miles Recycled Water

Budget

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

2.1 & 6.2

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$282,000

Water reticulation main to WWTP. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs.

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$88,181

Supply recycled water to sports fields on the eastern side of Dalby Recycled Water Scheme for Miles predominately at Golf Course - Royalties for Regions Funding achieved. Asset to golf course - Council owned

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$330,000

Recycled water main to allow for future expansion of the recycled water network. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs. Recycled water reticulation main to allow future expansion of the recycled water network. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs.

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$474,000

Recycled Water reticulation main to Miles Golf Course as part of effluent reuse strategy. 2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$247,000

$800,000

$185,000

55200.0077.0006. Roof on Equalisation Tank

Net Budget

$575,000

$38,000

55200.0077.0003. Recycled Water Distribution Main DN200 - Warrego Hwy to Miles Golf Club 55200.0077.0004. Recycled Water Distribution Main DN200 - Miles WWTP to Golf Club

Total 0077. Distribution

Remaining Budget

Water reticulation main to improve network performance and cater for development. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs. Water reticulation main to improve network performance and cater for development. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs. Water reticulation main to improve network performance and cater for development. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs. Water reticulation main to new WWTP. Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs.

$230,000

Scheme

55200.0077.0005. Recycled Water Distribution Main DN200 - Old Cameby to Leichhardt Hwy Miles

YTD Actuals

$66,896

Roof on Equalisation Tank

$8,732,467

0080. Pumping Station 55300.0080.0001. Dalby SPS 4

$461,155

Upgrade Pump Station 4 Black Street Dalby - Design and reconstruction including new rising mains as per Network Analysis

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

55300.0080.0012. New SPS 9

$799,490

New Sewer Pumping Station 9

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

55300.0080.0017. Sewer Rising Main D

$200,081

Sewer Rising Main D

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

55300.0080.0027. Miles SPS 8

$726,819

Sewerage Pumping Station near Colamba St

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

55300.0080.0028. Miles SRM9

$1,049,429

New Sewer Rising Main from SPS 9 to the WWTP

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

$420,000

Decommission SPS 2 and divert flow to new SPS 8

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

$116,912

Portable diesel sewer pumps

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

55300.0080.0043. Decommission SPS 2 55300.0080.0044. Portable diesel sewer pumps Total 0080. Pumping Station

$3,773,886

0081. Mains 55300.0081.0006. Miles Edith Street Gravity

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

55300.0081.0018. Sewer Main Relining

$597,750

Sewer main relining - part of asset management programme to rehabilitate sewer mains

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/14

55300.0081.0026. Miles SRM 8 55300.0081.0030. Wandoan Recycled Water

$428,136

New Sewer rising main from SPS 8 to Edith Street gravity sewer

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Sewer

$1,293,804

Scheme

$1,000,000

55300.0081.0033. Manhole relining Required in various locations to prevent infiltration into manholes 55300.0081.0036. Miles SRM 1 55300.0081.0037. Dalby SRM 4 55300.0081.0038. Main Replacement Programme 55300.0081.0039. Miles Pipeline Corridor Under Road Bore - Warrego Hwy 55300.0081.0040. Miles Pipeline Corridor Under Road Bore - Leichhardt Hwy 55300.0081.0041. Move switchboard above flood levels SPS2 55300.0081.0042. Raise SPS 9 Dalby above flood height 55300.0081.0043. Fall arrest system for SPS1 &2 Dalby

$50,000

Gravity Sewer from Edith Street to SPS 9

Wandoan Recycled Water Scheme

Manhole relining Required in various locations to prevent infiltration into manholes

$820,000

Replacement & new alignment for existing sewer rising main from SPS 1 to new SPS 9

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

$642,000

New Sewer Rising Main from SPS 4 to WWTP

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/15

$800,000

Main Replacement & Asset Renewal Programme

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$600,000

Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs.

$400,000

Multiple pipes to be installed in pipeline corridor to reduce construction costs.

$46,765

Move switchboard above flood levels SPS2

$58,456

Raise SPS 9 Dalby above flood height

$35,074

Fall arrest system for SPS1 &2 Dalby

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

55300.0081.0044. Fence SPS 9

$11,691

Fence SPS 9

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

55400.0081.0007. Gas main linkup 55400.0081.0008. Gas main link up Condamine St 55400.0081.0009. Gas Regulation Station Upgrades

$20,000

Gas main link up Cooper St (Nicholson - Russell) Moved to 2013/14 as per email 10/8/2012

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$13,515

Gas main link up Condamine St to behind Spar Supermarket. Including gas poly valves in CBD area

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jan/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

2.1 & 6.2

UM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

55400.0081.0010. Gas Main Watt Street 55400.0081.0011. Gas Main Replacement Programme Total 0081. Mains

$100,000 $228,387 $50,000

Regulator Upgrades - Gas regulation station rehab. Clark tanks, Bushmans, P.C.Y.C, Cotton Gin (p.m.) gas main Watt St Moonie Hwy to Warrego Hwy gas main Watt St Moonie Hwy to Warrego Hwy 90mm pipe and regulator to pick up new commercial customer and increase supply to cotton gin Gas Main Replacement & Asset Renewal Programme

$7,195,578

0082. Gatestation 55400.0082.0004. Gas Gate Station Heater Total 0082. Gatestation 0083. Regulator Station 55400.0083.0001. Regulator upgrade separate district regulator 55400.0083.0002. Regulator upgrades continuation of existing programme. 55400.0083.0005. Dalby Hospital Gas Reg Station Upgrade 55400.0083.0006. Ridley Agriproducts Gas Regulator Station Upgrade Total 0083. Regulator Station Total Utilities - Capital

TOTAL ENGINEERING SERVICES CAPITAL

$507,832

Gas gate station active regulator in line heater, required following petroleum and gas inspectorate audit

$507,832

$20,000

Regulator upgrade - separate district regulator from White Industries regulator to remove district regulator from private property

$24,000

Regulator upgrades - continuation of existing programme.

$21,100

Dalby Hospital Gas Regulator Station Upgrade

$21,100

Ridley Agriproducts Gas Regulator Station Upgrade

$86,200 $44,576,328

$173,811,753

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Division: Community and Development Ambition To enhance the sustainable development of our region's communities through the provision of a diverse range of services, initiatives, support and advocacy aligned with Council's strategic goals Accountability Community and Development General Manager

Strategic Function Elements

PLANNING DEPARTMENT

YTD Actuals

Budget

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Public Notification Stage of New Planning Scheme incorporating Flood Study Prepare New Planning Scheme for Council Adoption Prepare Cultural Heritage Study as amendment to new Planning Scheme

6.1, 6.2 & 7.2 6.1, 6.2 & 7.2 6.1, 6.2 & 7.2

PM PM PM

Prepare Open Space Strategy

6.1, 6.2 & 7.2

Prepare first amendment to New Planning Scheme

6.1, 6.2 & 7.2

Effectively manage development assessment planning Investigate implementation of PD Online Investigate implementation of a 'RiskSmart'/Fast Track development application process

Actions

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

01-Jul-13 01-Oct-13 01-Sep-13

30-Sep-13 31-Dec-13 30-Jun-14

PM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

PM

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

6.1, 6.2 & 7.2 1.3, 1.8 & 6.1 1.3, 1.8 & 6.1

PM PM PM

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14 31-Dec-13 31-Dec-13

100% Development Applications processed within Statutory Timeframes

Accountability: Planning Manager

Section 4A: Strategic Planning - Review development policy and planning instruments in response to regional planning requirements. $575,046

Planning Scheme

Section 4B: Planning Services - Effectively resource and manage planning, development assessment and compliance. $3,007,648

Planning Assessment

Section 4C: Building Services - Effectively resource and manage building, plumbing and drainage assessment, and inspection services. $789,523

Building Assessment

6.1 & 6.2

BSC

01-Jun-13

30-Jun-14

100% Development Applications processed within Statutory Timeframes

Promote Council's Building Certification Service Investigate Private Building Certification Business Unit

5.1, 6.1 & 6.2 5.1, 6.1 & 6.2

BSC BSC

01-Jun-13 01-Mar-14

30-Jun-14 30-Jun-14

% Increase Building Certification Service Client base

Implement Electronic Lodgement of Plumbing and Drainage Applications

1.3, 1.8 & 6.1

BSC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

6.1 & 6.2

BSC

01-Jun-13

30-Jun-14

Keep Council informed on all Native Title matters

2.2, 3.2, 6.1, 7.2

PM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a strong collaboration with all regional indigenous groups

2.2, 3.2, 6.1, 7.2

PM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Actions

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

1.9 & 2.1

EHM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% Reduction of Animal Infringements

Effectively manage development assessment, building and plumbing/drainage

Amend Removal House Policy pending State determination

Section 4D: Native Title - Effectively resource and manage Native Title initiatives and ongoing matters. $63,840

Native Title

Planning - Capital Projects

Budget

Timeframe Start Finish

N/A

ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Accountability: Environment and Health Manager

Section 4E: Environmental Health - Improving environmental health for the benefit of our regional communities and environment. Environmental Health

$687,794

Review and deliver Environmental Health Services to administer legislative requirements in a changing environment 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 non-reticulated supplies and swimming pools, disaster management, public education programs etc Finalise an Environmental Policy for Council Develop Environmental Protection Sub Plans, such as Water Quality Study on urban waterways, Incident Response Plan, Nuisance Management etc

2.1

EHC

01-Oct-13

31-Mar-14

100% of Customer Requests responded to within Risk Based Response Timeframe

1.9, 2.1 & 3.3

EHC

01-Oct-13

30-Jun-14

Below Mean Average of Mosquito Borne Disease Notifications

7.2

EHC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

90% of Licensed Food Businesses inspected in financial year

1.9 & 7.2

EHC

01-Oct-13

30-Jun-14

50% of Registered Environmentally Relevant Activities audited in financial year

1.3 & 2.1

EHM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1 & 3.3

EHC

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

1.3 & 2.1

EHC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

7.2

RSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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

$696,813

Review and deliver Animal Management Services to administer legislative requirements Develop Animal Management Sub Plans, such as Promotion and Education, Disaster Management in relation to new local laws etc Review and deliver Local Law Services to administer legislative requirements including administration, education, and compliance programs

Section 4F: 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

$1,012,746

Implement Pest Management Plan including Rapid Response Scheme Review and evaluate the existing Wild Dog Control Program and Barrier Fences Establish relationships and funding partnership with external stakeholders Capture and record baseline pest data via GIS mapping and monitoring

Wash down Bays

Natural Resource Management

Operate and maintain Wash Down Bays in accordance to operating procedures

$795,944

Develop Council's first Natural Resource Management Strategy

$602,415

RSC

01-Jul-13

31-Aug-13

RSC RSC

01-Jul-13 01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14 30-Jun-14

100% of outbreaks of Weeds of National Significance on public land treated within 10 days of reporting 100% outbreaks of Weeds of National Significance on public lands reinspected monthly until no regrowth evident for two years

5.1, 6.2 & 7.2

RSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% increase patronage of Wash Down Bays

1.6 & 7.2

RSC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

7.2

RSC

01-Oct-13

30-Jun-14

RSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue management of stock routes in accordance with legislative requirements

7.2

RSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a Fire Management Plan

7.2

RSC

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Establish relationships and funding partnership with external stakeholders Stock Routes

7.2 1.4 & 7.2 1.8 & 7.2

1.4 & 7.2

Develop supporting action plans, policies and programs in response to the Natural Resource Management Strategy

% Increase participation in wild dog baiting programs

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

YTD Actuals

Budget

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

7.2

Develop and implement Waste Reduction and Recycling Strategy as required by legislation Develop Waste Management Disaster Sub Plan

Actions

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.6 & 7.2

WC

01-Sep-13

30-Jun-14

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

3.3 & 7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

31-Oct-13

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

1.5, 1.6, 2.1 & 6.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% Increase Green waste recycled in Dalby and Chinchilla

7.2 & 6.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% Increase Cardboard waste recycled in Dalby and Chinchilla

Complete review of cost recovery for waste management services, including post-closure legacy in preparation of the 2014/15 Budget

1.7

WC

01-Jul-13

31-Aug-13

% Increase concrete recycled in Dalby and Chinchilla

Manage collection service to ensure high quality delivery and excellent customer service

1.3

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Introduce initiatives to decrease rates of recycling contamination in roadside collection bins

7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate expansion of designated collection area for lifestyle properties

2.1

WC

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

2.1 & 7.2

WC

01-Jan-14

30-Jun-14

1.9

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.5, 2.1 & 7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

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

7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop, implement and continuously improve the customer service culture at Waste Facilities to enhance patron experiences

1.3

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop post-closure and after-care management plans for landfills approaching end of life

7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Section 4G: 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

Implement Waste Education Plan and investigate alternative funding sources

Implement, monitor and evaluate progress of Waste Infrastructure Strategy Review and implement Waste Management Policies Maximise recovery opportunities to minimise waste to landfill including green waste, concrete, cardboard and other recycling initiatives

$2,712,778

Waste Collection

Investigate expansion of bin collection service to include organic waste from kerbside to end use

$5,355,138

Waste Landfills

Resolve legacy tenure and licensing issues with current landfills Implement new service arrangements for rural landfills and develop appropriate supporting framework

2.1 & 6.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.4, 1.9 & 7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Finalise Development Approval for Chinchilla Waste and Recycling centre and move to shovel ready phase

2.1 & 6.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Submit development application and finalise approvals for Miles, Condamine and Kogan Waste and Recycling Centres and move to shovel ready phase

2.1 & 6.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Mobilise operating and Logistics Strategies for Waste Transfer Facilities

1.6 & 2.1

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Implement new service arrangements for unsupervised transfer stations and develop appropriate supporting framework

2.1 & 6.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.4, 1.9 & 7.2

WC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Apr/14

Finalise Development Approvals for East Regional Landfills and move projects to shovel ready phase Implement public awareness, education and enforcement program to address illegal dumping

$2,092,588

Transfer Stations

Implement public awareness, education and enforcement program to address illegal dumping

Environment & Health - Capital Projects

Budget

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

0059. Environmental Health

44100.0059.0001. Relocate Dalby Pound 44100.0059.0002. Tara Pound 44100.0059.0009. Dog off leash park. 44100.0059.0011. Chinchilla Pound Construction Total 0059. Environmental Health

$384,481 $100,000 $20,000 $150,000 $654,481

Relocation of Pound to Jandowae Road Depot & Include Provision for Cats - Dalby Increase on last years carry over due to depot location (further down back) (Unspent Loan Reserve $215,492 as at 300613) Construction of new pound - Tara. Current pound undersized, in poor condition and unlikely to comply with animal welfare requirements. Rejected from 2009/10 budget Dog off leash park. Adjustment to Chinchilla Pound to increase costs to $150,000

Dec/14

0061. Pest Management 44250.0061.0003. Washdown Bay - Chinchilla

$1,302,847

44250.0061.0005. Dalby Washdown

$3,071,980

44250.0061.0008. Washdown Bay - Miles 44250.0061.0010. Treatment facility upgrade Wandoan Washdown Total 0061. Pest Management

$1,232,974

0062. Natural Resource Management 44200.0062.0014. Shed - Rural Services Chinchilla Total 0062. Natural Resource Management

$200,000 $5,807,801

$20,000

Washdown Bay - Chinchilla RLCIP application successful. Requires directional boring of water/sewer under Warrego Hwy and Western Rail. This project transferred fro Natural Resources Washdown bay - Dalby $1,200,000 provided in borrowings RLCIPSP application unsuccessful Washdown Bay - Miles. Seeking funding from APLNG (Origin) group. Location/design undecided and discussing this with APLNG. This project was moved from Natural Resources Capital Works. Upgrade of treatment facilities to better accommodate effluent from livestock transport vehicles. Project concept being finalised by WDRC Utilities, preliminary estimate $250,000

New shed for Rural Services section at Chinchilla depot. Current shed is inadequate for secure chemical storage. Proposed 9 x 6 m shed

$20,000

0065. Waste Landfills

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

YTD Actuals

Budget

44400.0065.0019. Winfields Road Landfill

% of Budget Acquitted

$1,837,319

44400.0065.0020. West Regional Landfill Total 0065. Waste Landfills

$46,652 $1,883,971

0066. Transfer Stations 44400.0066.0003. Chinchilla Waste and Recycling Centre Total 0066. Transfer Stations

$2,474,489 $2,474,489

Total Environment & Health - Capital

$10,840,742

SALEYARDS DEPARTMENT

Remaining Budget

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Winfields Road Landfill Upgrade. Early works and construction of landfill proper (post DA). Project as per Councils Waste Infrastructure Strategy (Jun 2009 & Nov 2011)

7.2

West Regional Landfill & Transfer Station. Project funded by Xstrata (Infrastructure Agreement). Project identified in Councils Waste Infrastructure Strategy (June 2009 & Nov 2011). (draft infra agreement still subject to Councils endorsement, not yet Council position)

Waste Transfer Station - Chinchilla. Front of house facility, with weighbridge for DERM waste levy audit (weighbridge required under S 37 of Waste Reduction and Recycling Act)

Actions

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/17

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Dec/15

7.2

EHM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

Undertake Maintenance and repairs as required

5.1 & 5.2

CMGM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop Stage II Construction Design for Western Downs Saleyards

5.1 & 5.2

CMGM

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Develop Stage III Construction Design for Western Downs Saleyards

5.1 & 5.2

CMGM

01-Sep-13

30-Jun-14

Develop Marketing Saleyards Plan and Implement Strategy for Western Downs Saleyards

5.1 & 5.2

CMGM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Accountability: Community and Development General Manager

Section 4H: Saleyards - Manage and operate a regionally competitive and financially sustainable modern saleyards complex in collaboration with key stakeholders. $1,519,770

Saleyards

Saleyards - Capital Projects Saleyards - Capital 0257. Saleyards 22400.0257.0001. Redevelopment of Dalby Saleyards - Stage 1 22400.0257.0008. Effluent Management Development - Dalby Saleyards Total 0257. Saleyards Total Saleyards - Capital FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

Budget

Actions

$8,231,689 $46,002 $8,277,691 $8,277,691

Redevelopment of Dalby Saleyards - Stage 1 & 2 & Effluent mgmt & Drafting facilities Effluent Management Development - Dalby Saleyards

Timeframe Start Finish

CMGM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

CMGM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

Accountability: Facilities Manager

Section 4I: Community Facilities - Provide safe, well-serviced facilities for people to live, grow and connect within Actions Relating to all 4l Function Elements:

Implement, improve and review Building Asset Management Plan

1.5

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a Building Asset Improvement Plan to optimise asset improvements utilising data from the building condition assessment.

1.5

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain Council Facilities including aged care, HACC, cultural facilities and tourism buildings and grounds as required to enable successful service delivery by Service Providers

2.1, 3.2, & 4.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish Service Agreements with Internal Council providers (Utility Services, Parks and Gardens and Works)

2.1

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Establish Service Level Agreements for Community Facilities with Council Service providers

2.1

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Formalise Management Committee structures with community/volunteer groups operating community facilities

1.4

FM & CDM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and formalise Management Agreements and associated Hire Agreements for community/volunteer organisations operating community facilities.

1.4

FM & CDM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1, 1.5 & 1.9

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1 & 1.9

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate Regional Energy Audit of Council owned Community Facilities

7.1

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review Management Arrangements/Leases prior to expiry date

1.5

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Create Asset database within Civica Asset Management Module

1.5

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and update Facilities information provided on WDRC website

1.3

OMCE, OMCW, CSO & FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

2.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

2.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

2.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Sustainability Audit of regional community halls

3.2

FM & CDM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

3.1 & 3.2

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Update Asbestos Register for all Council owned Community Facilities Conduct a Disability Audit of Council owned facilities

Actions relating to Aged Care and Community Development Facilities

Civic Centres

Community Halls

Sport & Rec Ground

$1,220,701

$715,891

$995,763

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required in conjunction with Sporting Clubs

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

YTD Actuals

Budget

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

3.1 & 3.2

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

Actions

$2,620,388

Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

2.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop and implement Management Agreements with Sporting Field User Groups at PCYC

Customer Service Centre

Timeframe

Council Housing

$218,546

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

3.1 & 3.2

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Community Housing

$346,922

Undertake maintenance and repairs in accordance with legislative requirements

3.1 & 3.2

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review Social Housing funding arrangement in accordance with legislative requirements

3.1 & 3.2

FM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop and implement a Community Housing Tenancy Management Policy in accordance with legislative requirements

3.1 & 3.2

FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.7

FC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1 & 3.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate restricted asset account for community housing income

$878,461

Showgrounds

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

$1,797,563

Swimming/Fitness Centre

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a Dalby Showgrounds Master Plan

3.1 & 3.2

OMCE

01-Jul-13

30-Sep-13

Develop a Dalby Showgrounds Business Plan

3.1 & 3.2

OMCE

01-Jan-14

31-Dec-13

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

2.1 & 3.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access Update and prepare PCYC Lease Agreement

3.1 & 3.2

FM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

2.1, 1.1 & 3.1

FM

01-Jul-13

28-Feb-14

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

2.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

1.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Sustainability Audit of regional public conveniences

2.1

OMCE & OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1 & 3.1

OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

1.1

OMCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Maintain and operate Council managed Cemeteries as required to provide an acceptable level of service

2.1

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Refine and implement Design Plans for the Stage 2 development at Myall Remembrance Park

2.1

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake burial data audit and survey plan for Jandowae Cemetery

2.1

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake audit of burial data of the Dalby Monumental Cemetery

2.1

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and update WDRC Cemeteries Online data

1.3

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Investigate development of Cemeteries Development Plans for Dalby, Tara, Chinchilla, Miles and Jandowae

2.1

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop standardised work procedures and forms for cemetery operations

1.6

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review cemetery invoicing processes

1.7

CSO

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

1.6 & 1.7

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1

CSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1 & 3.1

OMCW & OMCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.1

OMCW & OMCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Review Regional Swimming Pool Plant Operations

$735,808

Public Conveniences Management

$60,318

Caravan Parks

$539,330

Cemetery Operations

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required

Investigate perpetual maintenance requirements for cemetery operations Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

$341,063

Commercial Properties

Undertake maintenance and repairs as required Undertake Scheduled Inspection of WHS, Fire Compliance and Access

Facilities - Capital Projects

Budget

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

Facilities - Capital 0057. Public Conveniences Management

11100.0057.0007. Bunya Mountains - Munroes Camp Toilet - Replacement

$81,769

Bunya Mountains - Munroes Camp Toilet - repairs & refurbishment of septic tank toilet. Existing system completely collapsed - local contractors cannot access mountain road due to weight and length restrictions - have to rely on South Burnett contactors & council for disposal (not happy with taking WDRC waste)

FM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

11100.0057.0009. Lake Broadwater Amenities Repairs to showers and toilets

$35,000

Lake Broadwater Amenities - Repairs to showers and toilets - termites have been identified within the various on site buildings and are causing structural damage to those buildings. Repairs are required to ensure that the buildings can remain safe for use

FM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

YTD Actuals

Budget

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

11100.0057.0020. Warra- Richard Best Park septic tank replacement and drainage trench

$13,000

Warra- Richard Best Park - septic tank replacement and drainage trench

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

11100.0057.0021. Jimbour St toilets installation of electrical points to amenities and rotunda

$12,000

Jimbour St toilets - installation of upgrade to electrical points to amenities and rotunda

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

FM

01-Jul-13

Jan/14

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/20

$6,000

Dalby Showgrounds - Installation of septic tank to capture water & waste from washing of livestock - a waste collection point is required to ensure that water from the animal washdown bays are gathered into one location and not spread out over ground in high foot traffic areas - health risks rejected

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$90,000

Dalby Showground - Demolition of Knox Pavilion Estimate based on discussion with demolition contractors includes disposal of waste

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

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 Pool

FM

01-Jul-13

Dec/14

Chinchilla Aquatic Centre Gym- Upgrade- to cater for the increase of patronage (local priority 1)

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

FM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

Tara, Miles, Wandoan Pool Chlorine and holding tank facility upgrade - chlorine tanks requires new chemical bunds and upgrade of chlorine pipe work for refilling to meet industry standards, also need to increase the holding capacity of the Wandoan Chlorine tank, also need to install exhaust fans to meet WH&S standards

FM

01-Jul-13

Jul/14

Miles Centenary Park - Football Oval Masterplan & Telemetry Works

FM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

Dalby PCYC -All weather access road to loading dock and to various sporting fields by emergency services vehicles and organisers of carnivals - During recent St George Evacuation and location of evacuees to PCYC, access to loading dock for equipment and supplies was compromised due to wet weather. This made unloading of equipment difficult and prolonged with physical man-handling, which is also a WH&S issue. Recent sporting carnivals identified limited access to various fields for emergency services vehicles and also organisers supplying food and catering supplies. Incorporates Rear Surface Access Road - to provide all weather access for service & emergency vehicles and PCYC bus to the rear car park.

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Dalby Main Pavilion - separation and diversion of roof water drainage points to prevent and reduce the effects of water ponding under the pavilion which has led to minor structural problems towards the front of the building

FM

01-Jul-13

Jul/14

Bell Community Centre - establishment of a Community Centre in the town of Bell - resubmission of unapproved project from 2009/10 budget

FM

01-Jul-13

Jul/13

Jimbour Hall - replacement of access steps (safety related issue - school children) - the front and rear steps require urgent maintenance due to extreme wear and tear - this is extremely important as the local school use the building for various events during the year

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Total 0057. Public Conveniences Management

$141,769

0215. Showgrounds 11100.0215.0002. Electrical Work Dalby Showground 11100.0215.0004. Regional Showgrounds (7 of) major Capital Project Work 11100.0215.0025. Dalby Showgrounds installation of septic tank to capture waste water etc from wash bay 11100.0215.0059. Dalby Showground demolition of Knox Pavilion Total 0215. Showgrounds

$19,237 $201,447

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 Regional Showgrounds (7 of) major project work to be shared across the regional showgrounds ($20,000 ea) RECOMMEND Project 11110.802.200.10 - $10K, Project 1110.802.52 - $20K

$316,684

0217. Swimming/Fitness Centres 11100.0217.0005. Dalby Pool - 25m Indoor facility 11100.0217.0017. Chinchilla Aquatic Centre Gym- Upgrade

$22,041 $259,221

11100.0217.0035. Wandoan Swimming Pool redevelopment

$209,064

11100.0217.0052. Swimming Pool Chlorine tank and holding facility upgrade

$35,000

Total 0217. Swimming/Fitness Centres

Wandoan Swimming Pool-Fibre glaze both the 38m and the Toddlers pool, upgrade the filtered water return pipe outlets, and install electrical earth bonding to all metal fixtures to meet A /S 3000 Standards, Wandoan pool needs urgent attention tiles are constantly falling off pool is loosing water constantly, this is the last if the swimming pools that require this standard of upgrade

$525,326

0218. Sport & Rec Grounds 11100.0218.0004. Miles Centenary Park Football Oval Masterplan

11100.0218.0013. Dalby PCYC - all weather access road to loading dock and sporting fields

Total 0218. Sport & Rec Grounds

$9,797

$65,000

$74,797

0219. Civic Centres 11100.0219.0010. Dalby Main Pavilion - roof drainage Total 0219. Civic Centres

$35,000 $35,000

0220. Community Halls 11100.0220.0025. Bell Community Centre 11100.0220.0241. Jimbour Hall - replacement of access steps

$188,152 $12,000

11100.0220.0252. Miles-William Miles HallInstallation of ladder and Safety harness points

$3,316

Miles-William Miles Hall- Installation of ladder and Safety harness points to roof, to meet WH&S requirements

FM

01-Jul-13

Sep/13

11100.0220.0254. Meandarra-Brigalow Creek Caravan Park-Installation of 12 new 15amp Power point

$9,322

Tara-Meandarra-Brigalow Creek Caravan Park-Installation of 12 new 15amp Power points to assist with increasing demand

FM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

$15,000

Jandowae Hall - repairs to ceilings due water damage - there are several areas within the building that need minor attention to have the water damage repaired, however lifting platforms will be required due to the height of the ceilings Adjust timing - COUNCIL WORKSHOP 09/8/12

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$10,000

Jandowae Memorial Hall - Replacement of entrance to include disable access

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Dalby Myall Remembrance Park Lawn Cemetery construction of a War Memorial Garden as per Council Resolution 22/02/2012

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

11100.0220.0256. Jandowae Hall repairs to ceiling 11100.0220.0259. Jandowae Memorial Hall Replacement of entrance steps Total 0220. Community Halls

$237,790

0258. Cemetery 66400.0258.0004. Dalby Myall Remembrance Park Lawn Cemetery construction of a War Memorial Garden 66400.0258.0010. Myall Remembrance Park acquisition of additional land 66400.0258.0013. Myall Remembrance Park Expansion Stage 1 66400.0258.0017. Jandowae Cemetery purchase of shoring 66400.0258.0019. Miles Cemetery - Construct 2 x headwalls 66400.0258.0031. Chinchilla Cemetery Storage Facility

66400.0258.0032. Tara Cemetery Storage Facility 66400.0258.0033. Miles Cemetery grave shoring to suit monument section

$54,032

$10,000 $42,000

Myall Remembrance Park - Commencement of land acquisition process for expansion of available burial land. Report to Council 3rd April 2013 endorsed proposal to acquire. Myall Remembrance Park Stage 1 Expansion. Develop land adjacent to current burial site to allow for immediate use. Includes earthworks, turf, irrigation. Endorsed at Council meeting 3rd April 2013.

$15,000

Jandowae Cemetery - purchase of shoring to meet workplace health and safety requirements.

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$30,000

Miles Cemetery - Construct 2 x headwalls.

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$13,000

Chinchilla Cemetery has no facility to store burial equipment such as, Hole shoring, Coffin lowering device, and Maintenance equipment, a storage facility needs to be constructed so that this equipment can be stored securely on site rather than transporting the equipment from the Chinchilla depot for each funeral service

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$13,000

Tara Cemetery does not have any storage facility on site for equipment such as Coffin Lowering device, Hole shoring, and cemetery ground maintenance equipment This storage facility is needed to store this equipment safely and securely on site

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$15,500

Supply customised grave shoring for the monument section of the cemetery, graves need to be dug by hand WH&S requirements for protection of staff whilst digging graves

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

Total 0258. Cemetery

YTD Actuals

Budget

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Actions

Responsible Officer

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

$192,532

0290. Customer Service Centres 11100.0290.0018. Chinchilla Customer Service Centre, Replacement of external roof sheet 11100.0290.0023. Dalby Corporate Office Air conditioning upgrades Stages 2 &3 11100.0290.0026. Dalby Corporate Office access ladders & annex air conditioning 11100.0290.0044. Dalby Archives Storage Facility11100.0290.0051. Jandowae Cultural Centre repairs to cracked walls and building Total 0290. Customer Service Centres Total Facilities - Capital

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

Chinchilla Customer Service Centre, Replacement of external roof sheet and installation of larger roof trusses to allow water to drain correctly. Roof leaks during heavy rains and runs into the office areas, it has been deemed a WH&S Issue

FM

01-Jul-13

Oct/13

$21,115

Dalby Corporate Office Air-conditioning upgrade Stages 2 & 3

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$13,000

Dalby Corporate Office access ladders to roof and annex air conditioning

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$20,000

Dalby Archives Storage Facility- Building required urgently to store archives - central location for ease, proposed at Jandowae road depot, currently records are located in a number of building ,containers and sheds BUDGET AMENDED TO $20,000 AS PER COUNCIL BUDGET MEETING 12/06

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$10,000

Jandowae Cultural Centre - repairs to cracked walls and building. - building movement has cracked walls architraves

FM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$126,019

$190,134 $1,714,032

Accountability: Community Development Manager

Section 4J: Cultural Development - Encourage and develop participative and culturally connected communities

Library

$2,066,345

Relocate Dalby Library to 107 Drayton St. Dalby

2.1

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Mar-14

Undertake a 'snap shot' of Regional literacy services, and carry out a Regional needs analysis/alignment assessment.

2.2

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Stage 3 Dalby Library RFID Project

1.8

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Mar-14

# Hours of Public programs delivered

Develop a Strategic Plan for Digitalisation including Project Template

2.2

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# Attendees to Public Programs

2.2, 1.8

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Library Membership as percentage of population

100% compliance with SLQ/WDRC Service Level Agreement

1.6

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Level of compliance with SLQ/WDRC Service Level Agreement

Implementation of Creative Community Spaces Project

2.2

LSC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

1.3, 1.4, 2.2, 4.1

CDM/CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop Management Agreement with Gallery@107 Drayton

1.3, 1.7, 2.2,

CDM/CDC

01-Jul-13

31-Oct-13

Finalise Management Agreement with MAMM

1.3 & 1.7, 2.2

CDM/CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Dec-13

1.7, 2.1

CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Aug-13

Finalise Management Agreement with Bell Bunya Community Centre

1.3, 1.7, 2.2,

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

31-Oct-13

Develop a Bell Bunya Strategic Plan

1.3, 1.7, 2.2,

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Nov-13

1.3,1.4,1.6,1.7,2.1,2. 2,4.1,4.2

CDM

01-Jul-13

31-Dec-13

Investigate development of workshop series (grant writing, professional practice etc) to support and engage those interested in arts and culture and aim to build cultural capacity, raise the profile and quality of artistic output from this region

1.3, 1.4, 2.2

CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# participants

Build cultural networks across region and address declining memberships and aging volunteer committees - Focus on succession planning and best practice volunteer management in community cultural organisations

1.4,1.6, 2.2

CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% increased memberships

Develop engagement strategy to connect arts teachers across the region to in turn build stronger networks of young artists

2.2, 1.3

CDC

01-Jul-13

31-Oct-13

Implement strategy to tour relevant exhibitions and public programs to cultural facilities across region to increase participation, build cohesion and teach skills

1.4, 1.2, 2.2

CDC

01-Jul-13

30-May-14

# programs toured

Investigate update of digital social, cultural and local history displays. Work with ABC Open to allow community to learn skills and produce content

1.8, 1.4, 2.2, 4.2

CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Apr-14

% new content produced

1.8, 2.2, 1.2

CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Put Art Collection Policy into action. Investigate acquisition of Electronic Collection Management System. Undertake stock take of collection in late 2013. Review policy in February 2014

1.5, 1.6

CDM/CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Feb-14

Formalise quarterly lecture series with Miles Regional Arts Council and Dogwood Crossing

1.5, 1.6

CDC

01-Jul-13

01-Oct-13

Finalise the Tara Cultural Precinct Plan

1.5, 1.6

CDM

01-Jul-13

30-Nov-13

1.7

CDM/CDC

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review and enhance online presence and intra-connectivity of existing online platforms

Cultural Facilities

$1,406,362

Support the cultural operations and Management Committee of Gallery 107 Drayton

Investigate funding options for Stage 3 upgrades to Dogwood Crossing

Cultural Projects and Programmes

$35,154

The WDRC Cultural Plan to be finalised and adopted by Council

Implement Communications Strategy by developing regional cultural e-newsletter

Regional Art Development Fund

$461,715

Continue to deliver the RADF program regionally

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Online analytics

% increase number of visitors to cultural facilities

# participants and increase in memberships

% Increase in RADF Funding Applications and Categories


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

YTD Actuals

Budget

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

1.6, 1.7

Develop a Regional Youth Policy

Actions

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

CDC

01-Jul-13

01-Aug-13

1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Coordinate National Youth Week Events

1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1

CDCW

01-Sep-13

30-Apr-14

Continue to support the Tara Youth Council

1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of points of contact created and participation hours used

Continue to support the Wandoan Youth Program

1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1

CSSO / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of points of contact created and participation hours used

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

CDM / CSSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

#number of applications received for community projects

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# of groups wanting to nominate or subscribe

Deliver RADF training to staff and Committee Members (RADF has been reviewed by Arts Queensland, changes proposed to take effect late 2013) include strategic planning component to demonstrate how RADF can link to Cultural Plan objectives

% Increase in RADF Funding Applications and Categories linked to priority areas in WDRC Cultural Plan

Section 4K Community Development - Improve community health and wellbeing through group and individual participation in social and recreational activities Youth Development

$248,984

Minor Grants

$145,821

Administer and deliver Council's Minor Grants programme in line with the Community Grants Policy Guidelines

Sporting Assistance Programme

$183,394

Develop and pilot electronic information platform to provide information to regional sporting organisations Develop and pilot Annual Forum for Community based Sport and Recreation Groups across region Develop Regional Sports Awards platform

Community Groups In-kind Assistance

Sponsorship, Grants and Donations

$148,991

$497,131

Community Projects

Administer and deliver Council's Sporting Assistance Programme under the Community Grants Policy Guidelines

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of applications received for assistance

Administer and deliver Council's In-Kind Assistance Programme in line with the community Grants Policy Guidelines

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

CDM/CSSO / CDCE & CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of applications received and assistance given to community organisations, events and activities

Administer and deliver Council's Community Support Programme in line with Council's Community Grants Policy Guidelines

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# of applications received for assistance

Administer and deliver Council's Sponsorship Programme in line with Council's Community Grants Policy Guidelines

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

CDM / CDCE & CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of applications received for sponsorship

Administer and deliver Council's Public Liability Reimbursement Programme in line with Council's Community Grants Policy Guidelines

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

CDM/CSSO / CDCE & CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# of applications received for reimbursement

Administer and deliver Council's Local Community Events and Festival Programme in line with the Council's Community Grants Policy Guidelines

2.2,3.1,3.2,4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

#number of successful events supported through the programme

Administer and deliver Council's Major Events Programme in line with Council's Community Grants Policy Guidelines - Tara Festival of Culture and Camel Races, Chinchilla Melon Festival, Beef Bells & Bottle Trees Festival Miles, Jandowae Timber Town Festival, Dalby Delicious and Delightful

2.2,3.1,3.2,4.1,4.2,

CDM / CSSO / CDCE & CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Increase in participation, attendance and development of Western Downs Major Events.

1.2 & 2.2 & 2.3 & 4.1

CDM / CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.2,3.1,3.2,4.2

CDM / CSSO / CDCE & CDCW

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of events assisted and delivered

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

# number of points of contact created

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

#number of organisations / initiatives supported

Support the committee with their Master Plan for Centenary Oval, Miles

Community Events

$216,611

Provide support to approved community Events across the Western Downs Region, Australia Day, ANZAC Day, National Youth Week, Remembrance Day, Seniors Week, Volunteers Week & Mayors Events

Community Programmes

$959,987

Re engage with and Inform community groups and organisations across region

$152,611

1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1

CDM / CDCW / CDCE / CSSO CDM / CDCW / CSSO / CDCE

Support Community Development Initiatives across the Region

2.1,2.2,3.1,3.2

Continue assistance to the Myall Youth Community Network Centre Officer position

2.1,2.2,3.1,.32

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.,12.2,3.1,.3.2,4.1,4. 2

CDM / CDCW / CDCE / CSSO

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

2.1

CDM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

% increase in transactions

Develop a policy for waiving of fees for Council owned facilities for annual users

QGAP

1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1 1.2 & 2.1 & 2.2 & 3.4 & 4.1 1.2 & 2.2 & 2.3 & 3.4 & 4.1

Continue to deliver QGAP Services

Section 4L: Tourism - Encourage the development of tourism and promotion of the Region

Tourism Events

$185,588

Deliver the Opera at Jimbour in partnership with Queensland Music Festival & Jimbour Station. Report measure of economic and social benefits utilising Economic Value Model

4.1,4.2

CDM/CDCE

20-Jul-13

20-Jul-13

Achieve > 8,000 attendees to Jimbour Opera.

Marketing & Promotion

$431,089

Production and distribution of relevant print materials, brochures, editorial and advertising to promote the lifestyle and tourism opportunities of the Western Downs

4.1,4.2

CDM/CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Number of brochures distributed, relevant editorial and advertising opportunities undertaken

Development of merchandise to assist in the promotions of the Western Downs

4.1,4.2

CDM/CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Complete the development of the Our Western Downs Website

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review partnership and membership of the Regional tourism Organisation, Southern Queensland Country Tourism

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Review partnerships and membership of established Tourism Routes

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Finalise signage audit and develop a signage program for Western Downs

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

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2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

Remaining Budget

$396,686

Visitor Information Centres

Communities Development - Capital Projects

YTD Actuals

Budget

Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Investigate new alternate stay areas and facilities across the region to increase overnight stay options for visitors.

4.1,4.2

Undertake a Regional Tourism Photo Shoot

Actions

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

31-Jan-14

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a process for the process for Hire Equipment, stock control and distribution

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a Communication Plan for the Visitor Information Services across the Region to Improve dissemination of information

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Implement Our Western Downs Branding into VIC's across the region

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Development of Volunteer and Staff Training Plan

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Undertake Regional 'Famils' for volunteers across the Western Downs Region

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Develop a VIC Management Manual to standardise practices in all accredited VICs.

4.1,4.2

CDM / CDCE

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Actions

Timeframe Start Finish

Community Development - Capital 0221. Library 11200.0221.0001. Refurbishment of Dalby Cultural Centre - Building ONLY 11200.0221.0007. Dalby 107 Drayton Street repairs to air conditioning

Dalby - develop plans and relocation of Dalby Library

CDM

01-Jul-13

Mar/14

$30,000

Dalby 107 Drayton Street - repairs to air conditioning

CDM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

CDM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

CDM

01-Jul-13

Aug/14

$1,574,958

Total 0221. Library

0222. Cultural Facilities 11200.0222.0005. Chinchilla Cultural Centre Fire Compliance 11200.0222.0009. Dalby Cinema (part of Dalby Cultural 11200.0222.0015. Miles Dogwood CrossingPublic Art Project

$45,551 $5,214

11200.0222.0022. Wandoan Culture CentreRepolishing and Resealing of stage and hall floors 11200.0222.0037. Relocation Bell Library

Chinchilla Cultural Centre - reupholstering of 140 cinema chairs for fire compliance, Adjust timing - COUNCIL WORKSHOP 09/8/12 Dalby Cinema (part of Dalby Cultural Centre) - upgrade to show 3D movies - major equipment upgrade to permit viewing of 3D movies

$80,000

Miles Dogwood Crossing-Public Art Project-Concept Developed and ready to go- pending Art Plus Funding

CDM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$19,616

Wandoan Culture Centre-Repolishing and Resealing of stage and hall floors as it appears that they have never been done

CDM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

$9,451

Relocation of Bell Library - Refer resolution 7/11/12 $8790 F&F $1000 Stock $5000 Print Station - Asset 17898

CDM

01-Jul-13

Dec/13

Replace existing roof & complete ceiling repairs. The existing roof is in a very poor state and replacement is the only option. Without replacement further storms and roof leaks are expect to compromise the ceiling further and lead to loss of use of areas in the Centre. Insurance claim approved for $16,090 less excess $5,000

CDM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

Chinchilla Visitors Information Centre, Painting of the externals walls, doors and Staining of timber decking

CDM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

CDM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$44,100

11200.0222.0043. Marble Street Art Centre Roof Replacement

$203,932

Total 0222. Cultural Facilities

0256. Visitor Information Centres 22300.0256.0012. Chinchilla Visitors Information Centre, Painting of the externals walls 22300.0256.0016. Chinchilla Tourist Information centre - Servicescape Upgrade

$38,000 $11,815

Chinchilla Tourist Information centre - Servicescape Upgrade. TRANSFERRED FROM 11100.220.200.230

$49,815

Total 0256. Visitor Information Centres

$1,828,705

Total Community Development - Capital

HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT

$1,544,958

Accountability: Health Services Manager

Section 4M: Health Services - Provide essential services to the aged and disabled, and advocate for health issues on behalf of our communities $4,370,692

Aged Care

Continue to Market and promote our Aged Care Facilities

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Annual review of policies and work practices to ensure meet accreditation/auditing requirements

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Dec-13

Continue to develop and review current Health Services Policies

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Dec-13

% Occupancy Rate Regional Aged Cared Services Community Service client hours utilised

$1,743,235

Home & Community Care (HACC)

Health Services - Capital Projects

Budget

Continue to Market and promote our Community Care services

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Continue to develop and review current Health Services Policies

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Dec-13

Develop and review Regional Standard Work Practices (where applicable) to better assist with audit and quality processes

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Ensure the OTUS recommendations around team meetings and communication are implemented and maintained

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Advocate on behalf of Community Groups for new, improved and continued essential health services.

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

30-Jun-14

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

Actions

0235. Community Housing

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Timeframe Start Finish


2013-14 OPERATIONAL PLAN

Strategic Function Elements

11400.0235.0003. Miles Council HousingPainting Internal and external 11400.0235.0004. Miles Council Housing Upgrades 11400.0235.0008. Tara Council HousingUpgrades 11400.0235.0011. Wandoan Council HousingPainting of external Walls 11400.0235.0017. Dalby Caretaker House Painting Total 0235. Community Housing Total Health Services - Capital

Total Community & Development

YTD Actuals

Budget

$34,418

Remaining Budget

% of Budget Acquitted

Actions

Miles Council Housing-Painting Internal and external

$30,000

Miles Council Housing Upgrades - Painting, Kitchen or Bathroom upgrades when tenants vacate premises

$30,000

Tara Council Housing-Painting, Kitchen, Bathroom upgrades when premises become vacant

$16,342 $12,000 $122,760

Wandoan Council Housing- Painting of external Walls Dalby Caretaker House Painting

Corporate Plan Linkage

Responsible Officer

3.2 3.2

Timeframe Key Performance Indicators - KPIs per Strategic Function Start

Finish

HSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

HSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/15

3.2

HSM

01-Jul-13

Jun/14

$122,760

$22,783,930

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Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan 2013-2014  

Western Downs Regional Council Operational Plan 2013-2014

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