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«AGENDA FOR THE ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY 12 JUNE 2012 COMMENCING AT 7.30 PM AT THE CASTLEMAINE SENIOR CITIZEN’S CENTRE. ...»

AGENDA

FOR THE ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL TO BE HELD ON

TUESDAY 12 JUNE 2012

COMMENCING AT 7.30 PM AT THE

CASTLEMAINE SENIOR CITIZEN’S CENTRE.

Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. PRESENT 4

2. APOLOGIES 4

3. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST / CONFLICTS OF INTEREST 4

4. MINUTES 4

4.1. ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL – 22 MAY 2012 4

5. PUBLIC QUESTION TIME 4

6. PETITIONS AND JOINT LETTERS 4

7. COMMITTEE REPORTS 5 NO REPORTS. 5

8. ASSEMBLIES OF COUNCILLORS 5

8.1. ASSEMBLY – 22 MAY 2012 AND 29 MAY 2012 5

9. OFFICER REPORTS 11

9.1. STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITY (COM) 11 NO REPORTS. 11

9.2. PARTNERING FOR BETTER SERVICES (PAR) 12

PAR 09 ENDORSEMENT OF PROJECT PLAN FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE

AGAINST WOMEN IN OUR COMMUNITY PROJECT 12

PAR 10 LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANNING PROJECT (LCPP) PROJECT MANAGEMENT GROUP

APPOINTMENTS AND TOWNSHIP SELECTIONS FOR 2012-2013 16

PAR 11 APPOINTMENTS TO SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL (S.86 COMMITTEE OF

MANAGEMENT) – GUILDFORD HALL COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT &

ELPHINSTONE COMMUNITY FACILITIES COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT 19

9.3. ENSURING A PROSPEROUS AND DIVERSE LOCAL ECONOMY (ECO) 21 NO REPORTS. 21

9.4. CREATING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE (FUT) 22 FUT 048 AWARDING OF TENDER – CONTRACT M892-2012Q FOR UNFUNDED SUPERANNUATION (3RD CALL) LOAN 22 FUT 049 PLANNING

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Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 2

Separate Attachments:

PAR 09A: Prevention of Violence Against Women in our Community Project Plan Confidential Attachment FUT 048A: Contract Evaluation Report M892-2012 Unfunded Superannuation 3rd Call - Loan

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4.1. ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL – 22 MAY 2012 The unconfirmed minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of the Mount Alexander Shire Council held at 7.30 pm on 22 May 2012 at the Castlemaine Senior Citizen’s Centre have been circulated to Councillors.

The unconfirmed minutes have also been posted on the Mount Alexander Shire Council website, pending confirmation at this meeting.

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That the Records for the following Assemblies of Councillors for the meetings held on 22 May and 29 May 2012 be noted (Attachments 8.1 and 8.2).

Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 5 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 6 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 7 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 8 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 9 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 10 9. OFFICER REPORTS 9.1. STRENGTHENING OUR COMMUNITY (COM) NO REPORTS.

Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 11 9.2. PARTNERING FOR BETTER SERVICES (PAR)

PAR 09 ENDORSEMENT OF PROJECT PLAN FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN OUR

COMMUNITY PROJECT

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The Prevention of Violence against Women (PVAW) Project is a three-and-a-half-year initiative funded by the Office of Women’s Policy, part of the Victorian Department of Human Services. Council is the lead partner in the Project, in partnership with City of Greater Bendigo and Macedon Ranges Shire Council (together called ‘The Central Victorian Cluster’).

The Expression of Interest process for funding for the project was extremely competitive and the Central Victorian Cluster is one of only three clusters of Local Governments in Victoria that was successful. The Prevention of Violence against Women Project is overseen by the Central Victorian Prevention of Violence against Women in Our Community Project Reference Group. Council’s Director Economic and Social Development chairs this Reference Group. Council also employs the full-time Project Coordinator who works across the cluster of three Councils.

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The Project aims to work across a range of key settings, including schools, workplaces, media, arts, and sports and recreation. Phase One of the Project has involved extensive consultation with key stakeholders both internal and external to Council to develop the attached Project Plan.

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As this is a whole-of-community initiative, its success will be dependent on high level leadership and support. The community will be most empowered to undertake prevention of violence against women initiatives if they know that their leaders advocate for the issue. It is recommended that all three participating Council’s nominate selected Councillors to be champions of the Project. This might include participating in relevant training, attending and occasionally speaking at the annual White Ribbon Day and International Women’s Day events, and being willing to speak to the media about initiatives that come out of the Project. The Municipal Association of Victoria is currently developing a training forum specifically for Council leaders to understand their role in undertaking initiatives focused on prevention of violence against women.





5. Financial and Resource Implications

Funding for the Prevention of Violence against Women Project is provided by the Office of Women’s Policy within the Department of Human Services. The Central Victorian Cluster receives funding totalling $120,000 per financial year. $100,000 of this is allocated to Mount Alexander Shire Council for a full-time coordinator to develop, implement and review the Project Plan. City of Greater Bendigo and Macedon Ranges Shire Council each receive $10,000 per financial year for project funding.

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Externally, consultations were held with community health services, several members of the family violence consortium, family violence prevention networks, local and state-wide women’s health services, disability organisations, disability action groups, peak bodies involved in women’s health, Victoria Police, the Municipal Association of Victoria Prevention of Violence against Women network, staff from Castlemaine Secondary School, the Central Victorian Health Alliance, The Mount Alexander Municipal Emergency Management Planning Committee, a Castlemaine parent’s group, the Mount Alexander Youth Affairs Network, and the other two Cluster Coordinators from western and eastern metropolitan Melbourne.

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Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 15

PAR 10 LOCAL COMMUNITY PLANNING PROJECT (LCPP) PROJECT MANAGEMENT GROUP APPOINTMENTS

AND TOWNSHIP SELECTIONS FOR 2012-2013

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The Council Plan 2009-2013 specifically refers to Council’s endorsement of the MAP2020 Community Plan and it encompasses Council’s commitment to MAP2020 through “support (for) the implementation and review of the MAP2020 Community Plan.” (Priority 4.1 – Strengthening Our Community).

The Mount Alexander Shire Council 2011/2012 Annual Plan states, within the Partnering for Better Services section, that Council will “Facilitate and support development of local community plans to articulate the needs and aspirations of local communities”.

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Council has been approached by residents and committee members from a number of communities expressing interest in community planning commencing in their community. Council officers have recently responded to invitations to attend the Guildford Progress Association and the Guildford Hall Committee of Management, with a further invitation pending for the Guildford CFA.

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Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 18

PAR 11 APPOINTMENTS TO SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL (S.86 COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT) –

GUILDFORD HALL COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT & ELPHINSTONE COMMUNITY FACILITIES

COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT

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The function of the Elphinstone Community Facilities Committee of Management was initially to manage

the Elphinstone Hall and Recreation Reserve and the Sawpit Gully Reserve with the following objectives:

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Council is the only party able to appoint persons to Section 86 Committees. Appointment enables insurance coverage from Council’s insurance company and also provides the basis of appropriate governance arrangements for the Committee in accordance with the Local Government Act.

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1. Appoint the following persons to the Guildford Hall Committee of Management listed for the term

outlined, and revoke the appointment of the retiring Committee members as listed:

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2. Appoint the following persons to the Elphinstone Community Facilities Committee of Management

listed for the term outlined and revoke the appointment of the retiring Committee member as listed:

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3. Write to the retiring members thanking them for their contributions to the Guildford Hall Committee and the Elphinstone Community Facilities Committee of Management during their terms of office.

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NO REPORTS.

Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 21 9.4. CREATING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE (FUT) FUT 048 AWARDING OF TENDER – CONTRACT M892-2012Q FOR UNFUNDED SUPERANNUATION (3RD CALL) LOAN

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Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 23 FUT 049 PLANNING PERMIT APPLICATION 076/2012 – DEMOLITION OF A DWELLING AT 37 EDWARDS ROAD, EDDINGTON.

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The recommendations of Council’s Heritage Advisor have suggested further investigation in relation to the overall significance of the dwelling. This will be completed by officers. However, the application will be determined in its current form based on the level of information currently available.

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That Council resolve to issue a Refusal to Grant a Planning Permit for the Demolition of a Dwelling at 37

Edwards Road, Eddington on the following grounds:

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2. The proposal fails to comply with Clause 43.01 (Heritage Overlay) of the Mount Alexander Planning Scheme as the proposal would adversely impact the significance of the heritage place.

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Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 34 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 35 Agenda for the Ordinary Meeting of Council – Mount Alexander Shire Council – 12 June 2012 Pg 36 10. DELEGATES REPORTS

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Following a recent conversation with Mr Tim Fischer, former Deputy Prime Minister in the Howard Government, there has been considerable discussion in the community regarding the development of a railway museum in Castlemaine. The Victorian Government is currently considering the issues.

Such a visitor attraction would enhance the current Goldfields Railways, the historic Castlemaine Railway Station and form a visual link with the industrial history of our community.

The Newport Workshops Rail Museum in North Williamstown is in the process of closure. This collection of rolling stock and historic locomotives, the majority of which have been restored, are currently sought by the Moorooduc Historic Railway on the Mornington Peninsula. However, with Tim Fischer’s support, the Museum in its entirety would be better relocated to Castlemaine.



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