HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
CIVIC CENTRE, MACMAHON STREET, HURSTVILLE.
__________________________________


SUMMARY OF ITEMS CONTAINED IN THE
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES' REPORT
TO THE MEETING OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON JANUARY




Return Of Thanks

Hurstville Entertainment Centre - Statement Of Hirings For The Month Of February 1995

Miss K Delaney - Request For Financial Assistance (F/00036)

Local Government & Shires Associations - 1995 State Election Strategy

Hurstville Meals-On-Wheels Association - Request For Donation

Institute Of Municipal Management - 1995 National Congress, Canberra (C/00038)

Peakhurst West Public School - Request For Artificial Cricket Wickets (S00006)

List Of Temporary Approvals (B/00014)

Questions Without Notice - Answers Pending (C/00072)

Legal Matters Involving Court Action (See Item 03.01 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2 To Finance Committee)

Staff Establishment & Variations Thereto As At 28Th February, 1995 (P/00081)

Careflight - Request For Financial Assistance (F/00036)

Manilla Shire Council - Drought Relief Function (P/00069)

Icac - Report On Investigation Into Randwick City Council (S/00003)

Anzac Day Services

The St George Hospital - Request For Financial Assistance (F.00036) (Report By Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)

Icac - Confidential Handling Of Reports And Complaints Of Possible Corrupt Conduct (S/0003)

No.11 The Avenue, Hurstville - Use As A Youth Facility - Progress Report

Property Matter - Penshurst(See Item 03.02 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2 To Finance Committee)

Property Matter - Shop 4, Hurstville House

Property Matter - Penshurst

Matters Submitted For The Information Of Members (C/00058)

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.01
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES
DIVISIONAL MANAGER - CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES'
REPORT NO 1TO THE MEETING OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE
TO BE HELD ON 15TH MARCH, 1995


The General Manager
Hustville City Council
The Civic Centre
HURSTVILLE

Dear Sir,

Hereunder is my report No.1 to be submitted to the Finance Committee:-


03.01 RETURN OF THANKS


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.01
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.01 Recommendation RETURN OF THANKS


RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.02
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.02 HURSTVILLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE - STATEMENT OF HIRINGS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1995
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.02
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.02 Recommendation HURSTVILLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE - STATEMENT OF HIRINGS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 1995
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.03
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.03 MISS K DELANEY - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (F/00036)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.03
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.03 Recommendation MISS K DELANEY - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (F/00036)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.04
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.04 LOCAL GOVERNMENT & SHIRES ASSOCIATIONS - 1995 STATE ELECTION STRATEGY
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.04
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.04 Recommendation LOCAL GOVERNMENT & SHIRES ASSOCIATIONS - 1995 STATE ELECTION STRATEGY
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.05
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.05 HURSTVILLE MEALS-ON-WHEELS ASSOCIATION - REQUEST FOR DONATION
(F/00036) (Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.05
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.05 Recommendation HURSTVILLE MEALS-ON-WHEELS ASSOCIATION - REQUEST FOR DONATION (F/00036)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.06
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.06 INSTITUTE OF MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT - 1995 NATIONAL CONGRESS, CANBERRA (C/00038)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.06
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.06 Recommendation INSTITUTE OF MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT - 1995 NATIONAL CONGRESS, CANBERRA (C/00038)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.07
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.07 PEAKHURST WEST PUBLIC SCHOOL - REQUEST FOR ARTIFICIAL CRICKET WICKETS (S00006)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.07
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.07 Recommendation PEAKHURST WEST PUBLIC SCHOOL - REQUEST FOR ARTIFICIAL CRICKET WICKETS (S00006)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.08
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.08 LIST OF TEMPORARY APPROVALS (B/00014)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.08
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.08 Recommendation LIST OF TEMPORARY APPROVALS (B/00014)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.09
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.09 QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE - ANSWERS PENDING (C/00072)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



No.
Date
Asked by
Councillor
Referred To
Subject
Present
Position
Comment
15
30/ 3/94
LynchDiv. Mgr - Com. & Corp. ServicesStaff Training RoomFuture Policy MeetingDelayed due to location & future CBD developments which could affect
47
2/11/94
LynchDiv. Manager - EngineeringDamaged Footpath - Forest RoadFuture MeetingUnder investigation
53
23/11/94
BaileyDiv. Manager - EngineeringNew Subdivision LegislationFuture MeetingUnder investigation
56
23/11/94
StewartDiv. Manager - Policy, Planning & EnvironmentPerformance of Current Development PolicyFuture Policy MeetingReview Continuing
7
22/2/95
DominelliDiv. Mgr - Policy, Planning & Env.Development in Hurstville CBDFuture Meeting
8
22/2/95
SansomDiv. Manager - EngineeringEncroachments on the Georges River National ParkFuture Meeting

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.09
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.09 Recommendation QUESTIONS WITHOUT NOTICE - ANSWERS PENDING (C/00072)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.10
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.10 LEGAL MATTERS INVOLVING COURT ACTION (See Item 03.01 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2 To Finance Committee)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.11
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.11 STAFF ESTABLISHMENT & VARIATIONS THERETO AS AT 28TH FEBRUARY, 1995 (P/00081)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



DIVISION
MALES
FEMALES
STAFF
TOTAL
(Feb 95)
TOTAL
(Jan 95)
ESTAB-
LISH-
MENT
VAR-
IATION
Corporate Services
10
11
21
21
22
- 1
Business & Fin. Services
10
10
20
20
22
- 2
Engineering
15
3
18
18
19
- 1
Development & Health
13
8
21
20
21
Policy, Planning & Env.
2
1
3
3
4
- 1
Libraries -
Full-time
Part-time
Contract Book Binder
Home-Library -
Full-time
Part-time
5
-
-

-
1
19
3
1

1
1
24
3
1

1
2
23
3
1

1
2
26
3
1

1
2
- 2



Comm. Serv. Section -
Full-time
Part-time
-
-
14
9
14
9
14
9
14
9
Nursing Staff -
Full-time
Part-time
-
-
4
1
4
1
4
1
4
1
Civic Centre -
Management & Operation
1
1
2
2
2
Caretaking & Supervision
Full-time
Part-time
1
2
-
-
1
2
1
2
1
2
Cleaners
Full-time
Part-time
4
-
-
5
4
5
4
5
4
6
-1
Works Depot -
O'seers/Storekeeprs
Carpenters/Painters
Mechanics
5
6
11
-
-
-
5
6
11
5
6
11
5
6
11
Public Works
49
-
49
49
49
Survey Assts/Attendants
3
-
3
3
3
Parks and Gardens
Overseers
Garden Staff
2
55
-
12
2
67
2
67
2
69
- 2
Street Sweep./Litterbins
18
1
19
19
19
Conv. & Baby Health
Centre Attendants
1
5
6
6
6
Car Park Attendants
3
-
3
3
3
Ordinance Inspectors
3
-
3
3
3
Total as at 28.2.1995
220
110
330
328
340
-10
Total as at 28.2.1994
216
112
328
329
336
- 8


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.10
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.10 Recommendation STAFF ESTABLISHMENT & VARIATIONS THERETO AS AT 28TH FEBRUARY, 1995 (P/00081)
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.12
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.12 CAREFLIGHT - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (F/00036)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.12
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.12 Recommendation CAREFLIGHT - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (F/00036)
(Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.13
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.13 MANILLA SHIRE COUNCIL - DROUGHT RELIEF FUNCTION (P/00069)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.13
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.13 Recommendation MANILLA SHIRE COUNCIL - DROUGHT RELIEF FUNCTION (P/00069)


RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.14
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.14 ICAC - REPORT ON INVESTIGATION INTO RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL (S/00003)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.14
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.14 Recommendation ICAC - REPORT ON INVESTIGATION INTO RANDWICK CITY COUNCIL (S/00003)


RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.15
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.15 ANZAC DAY SERVICES
(Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.15
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03. Recommendation ANZAC DAY SERVICES (Report by Administrative Officer - Mr G McCarthy)


RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.16
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.16 THE ST GEORGE HOSPITAL - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (F.00036) (Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.16
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.16 Recommendation THE ST GEORGE HOSPITAL - REQUEST FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (F.00036) (Report by Senior Administrative Officer - Mr L Mifsud)


RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.17
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.17 ICAC - CONFIDENTIAL HANDLING OF REPORTS AND COMPLAINTS OF POSSIBLE CORRUPT CONDUCT (S/0003)


HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.17
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.17 Recommendation ICAC - CONFIDENTIAL HANDLING OF REPORTS AND COMPLAINTS OF POSSIBLE CORRUPT CONDUCT (S/0003)


RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.18
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.18 NO.11 THE AVENUE, HURSTVILLE - USE AS A YOUTH FACILITY - PROGRESS REPORT
(Report by Manager-Community Services - Ms L. George)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.18
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.18 Recommendation NO.11 THE AVENUE, HURSTVILLE-USE AS A YOUTH FACILITY-PROGRESS REPORT
(Report by Manager-Community Services, Ms L. George)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.19
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.19 PROPERTY MATTER - PENSHURST(See Item 03.02 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2 To Finance Committee)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.20
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.20 PROPERTY MATTER - SHOP 4, HURSTVILLE HOUSE
(See Item 3.03 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2)




HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.21
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.21 PROPERTY MATTER - PENSHURST
(See Item 3.04 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2)




HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.22
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.22 MATTERS SUBMITTED FOR THE INFORMATION OF MEMBERS (C/00058)


Yours faithfully,




P J Jackson
Divisional Manager - Community
& Corporate Services.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.23A
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES
A D D E N D U M


03.23A HURSTVILLE COMMUNITY COMMITTEE
(Report by Manager - Corporate Services - Mr W Park)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.22
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.22 Recommendation HURSTVILLE COMMUNITY COMMITTEE
(Report by Manager - Corporate Services - Mr W Park)



RECOMMENDATION

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.24A
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES


03.24A PROPERTY MATTER - HURSTVILLE (O/00197)
(See Item 3.05 - Divisional Manager's Report No.2)




* * * * * *




Yours faithfully,





P J Jackson
Divisional Manager - Community
& Corporate Services.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: 03.25A
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES
A D D E N D A


03.25A PROPOSED HURSTVILLE LONG DAY CARE CENTRE - PROGRESS REPORT
(Report by Manager - Community Services, Ms L George)



HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
RECOMMENDATION NO: 03.25A
CORPORATE & COMMUNITY SERVICES

03.25A Recommendation PROPOSED HURSTVILLE LONG DAY CARE CENTRE - PROGRESS REPORT (Report by Manager - Community Services, Ms L George)


RECOMMENDATION

* * * * * *





Yours faithfully,





P J Jackson
Divisional Manager - Community
& Corporate Services.

HURSTVILLE CITY COUNCIL
REPORT ITEM NO: .
Appendix for Corporate and Community Services



.99 Appendix D - Reminders- Appendix


DIVISIONAL MANAGER - COMMUNITY & CORPORATE SERVICES' REPORT NO. 1
TO THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON 15TH MARCH 1995

REMINDERS -

Wednesday8th Mar7.00 pmWorkshop in relation to Draft Animal Code
Thursday9th Mar6.00 pmSSROC - Ordinary Meeting - Rockdale Council
Friday10th Mar UNION PICNIC DAY HOLIDAY
Friday10th MarBlue Light Disco
Monday13th Mar6.00 pmAquatic Leisure Centre Committee Meeting
Monday13th Mar7.30 pmPole Depot Neighbourhood Centre Management Committee
Monday13th Mar8.00 pm"Australia Remembers" Meeting to consider commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of WWII
Tuesday14th Mar4.30 pmHurstville Senior Citizens Management Committee Meeting
Tuesday14th Mar6.30 pm to
8.30 pm
Focus on St George Community - Kanyana Room
Tuesday14th Mar6.30 pmMeeting - Service Clubs & representatives of GROW - Members Suite
Wednesday15th Mar8.00 pmMeeting of Council (Committees 7 pm)
Monday20th Mar7.30 pmGeorges River Community Services Meeting
Tuesday21st Mar3.45 pmSt George Community Services Meeting
Tuesday21st Mar7.30 pmPeakhurst West Swimming Pool Co-op Committee Meeting
Saturday25th Mar STATE ELECTIONS
Tuesday28th Mar7.30 pmHurstville Light Opera Company Meeting
Wednesday29th Mar7.00 pmPolicy Review, Forward Planning & Staff Committee Meeting
Thursday30th Mar7.30 pmMeeting of the Georges River Combined Councils Committee - Hurstville
Wednesday5th Apr8.00 pmMeeting of Council (Committees 7 pm)
Thursday6th Apr9.00 amTraffic Advisory Committee Meeting
Monday10th Apr7.30 pmPole Depot Neighbourhood Centre Management Committee
Monday10th Apr7.30 pmGeorges River Community Service Management Meeting [date brought forward from 17/4/95 due to Easter Monday Holiday]
Tuesday11th Apr4.30 pmHurstville Senior Citizens Management Committee Meeting
Tuesday11th Apr6.30 pm Focus on St George Community - Kanyana Room
Wednesday12th Apr7.00 pmMeeting of Council (Draft Financial Plan)
Thursday13th Apr6.00 pmSSROC - Meeting of various Sub-Committees at Rockdale Council
(i) Planning & Environmental Issues
(ii) Administration & Economic Development
(iii) Transportation Policy
Friday
Friday
14th Apr
21st Apr
to
incl
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
14th Apr
15th Apr
16th Apr
17th Apr
GOOD FRIDAY HOLIDAY
EASTER SATURDAY
EASTER SUNDAY
EASTER MONDAY HOLIDAY
Tuesday18th Apr3.45 pmSt George Community Services Meeting
Tuesday18th Apr7.30 pmPeakhurst West Swimming Pool Co-op Committee Meeting
Tuesday18th Apr7.30 pmHurstville Light Opera Company Meeting
[brought forward from 25/4/95 due to Anzac Day Holiday]
Wednesday19th Apr7.00 pmCommunity Services Committee Meeting
Monday24th Apr SCHOOL RESUMES
Tuesday25th Apr ANZAC DAY HOLIDAY
Wednesday26th Apr8.00 pmMeeting of Council (Committees 7 pm)
Thursday27th Apr8.00 pmCitizenship Ceremony - Marana Auditorium
Wednesday3rd May8.00 pmMeeting of Council (Draft Management Plan)
Thursday4th May9.00 amTraffic Advisory Committee Meeting
Monday8th May7.30 pmPole Depot Neighbourhood Centre Management Committee Meeting
Tuesday9th May4.30 pmHurstville Senior Citizens Management Committee Meeting
Tuesday9th May6.30 pmFocus on St George Community - Kanyana Room
Wednesday10th May7.00 pmPolicy Review, Forward Planning & Staff Committee Meeting
Friday12th MayBlue Light Disco
Sunday14th May MOTHERS' DAY
Monday15th May7.30 pmGeorges River Community Service Meeting
Tuesday16th May3.45 pmSt George Community Services Meeting
Tuesday16th May7.30 pmPeakhurst West Swimming Pool Co-op Committee Meeting
Wednesday17th May8.00 pmMeeting of Council (Committees 7 pm)
Thursday18th May6.00 pmSSROC Ordinary Meeting - Canterbury Council
Sunday
Wednesday
21st May to
24th May
IMM Conference - Canberra
Tuesday23rd May7.30 pmHurstville Light Opera Company Meeting
Wednesday24th May7.00 pmCommunity Services Committee Meeting
Wednesday31st MayFourth & Final Rates Instalment Due Date
[Cashier open until 9 pm]





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.99 Appendix A - Hurstville Entertainment Centre - Statement of Hirings- Appendix


HURSTVILLE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
Statement of Hirings for the Month of February, 1995
Wednesday 1stKanyanaMeetingEngineers
WandarraMeetingSchwarzkopf
ChambersOrdinary MeetingHCC
Thursday 2ndFoyerMeetingCustomer Service
Kanyana/WandarrahAuctionNationwide
Friday 3rdKanyanaMeetingSCW Planning C'tee
CivicMeetingAust.Network Marketing
WandarrahMeetingSSROC
Saturday 4thMaranaWeddingPelopides Catering
Kanyana/WandarrahChristeningPelopides Catering
Sunday 5thMaranaCabaretB & L Catering
Monday 6thFoyerMeetingMIS
CivicSeminarD.Fogarty
KanyanaMeetingWomen's Aglow
Kanyana/WandarrahSeminarSDA
Tuesday 7thFoyerMeetingOHS
Marana FoyerMeetingSt.G.Com.Transport
CivicMeetingNovabir Pty Ltd
FoyerMeetingAccess
Kanyana/WandarrahMeetingSDA
WandarrahMeetingVOTE
WandarrahMeetingDept. of Navy
Wednesday 8thChambersMock MeetingHCC
WandarrahMeetingH'ville Fam.Research
Thursday 9thMaranaMeetingOAP
FoyerMeetingMIS
Friday 10thFoyerMeetingMIS
Kanyana/WandarrahMeetingRTA
Saturday 11thMaranaWeddingCosmos
CivicSeminarNarlace
Kanyana/WandarrahMeetingVillage 9 Leisure
Sunday 12thKanyana/WandarrahMeetingVillage 9 Leisure
Monday 13thMaranaMeetingVillage 9 Leisure
KanyanaMeetingDefence Housing
Tuesday 14thMaranaMeetingVillage 9 Leisure
FoyerMeetingConsultative
FoyerMeetingAccess
WandarrahMeetingFocus on St. George
Wednesday 15thCivicMeetingGreg Fitzgerald
FoyerPolicy MeetingHCC
KanyanaMeetingDavid Crane
Kanyana/WandarrahAuctionRaine & Horne
Thursday 16thMaranaConcertLibrary
CivicAuctionNationwide
Kanyana/WandarrahAuctionRichardson & Wrench
Friday 17thMaranaSchool MassBethany College
Saturday 18thCivicAuctionRay White
Sunday 19thMarana WeddingB&L Catering
CivicFilmIndian
Monday 20thCivicSeminarD&S Fogarty
FoyerMeetingBOG
Kanyana/WandarrahMeetingResource Sharing
Tuesday 21stCivicMeetingNovabir Pty Ltd
Wednesday 22ndCivicMeetingGreg Fitzgerald
ChambersMeetingHCC
Kanyana/WandarrahSeminarCollege of Law
Thursday 23rdKanyanaMeetingEngineers/RTA
MaranaMeetingOAP
Kanyana/WandarrahAuctionL J Hooker
WandarrahTrainingMarianna
Saturday 24thMaranaConcertZakynthians
Kanyana/WandarrahEngagementPelopides
Sunday 25thMaranaWeddingPelopides
CivicSeminarNarlace
Monday 26thCivicMeetingD&S Fogarty
FoyerMeetingStephen Untaro
FoyerMeetingDavid Crane
Tuesday 27thKanyana/WandarrahAuctionL J Hooker
CivicMeetingNovabir Pty Ltd



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.99 Appendix B - Entertainment Centre Facilities - Details of Concessional Rentals- Appendix

DETAILS OF CONCESSIONAL RENTAL
CIVIC CENTRE AND FACILITIES
1ST JANUARY 1995 TO 28TH FEBRUARY 1995
ORGANISATION
DATE OF BOOKING
AND VENUE
NORMAL RENTAL
BASIS OF CHARGE
APPROVED BY
COUNCIL
APPROX
RENTAL
TO BE PAID
RENTAL
FORGONE
VOTE
7.2.95
WANDARRAH
48.00
COST + 10%
15.00
33.00
HURSTVILLE
FAMILY
RESEARCH
8.2.95
WANDARRAH
48.00
COST + 10%
12.00
36.00
FOCUS ON ST
GEORGE
COMMITTEE
14.2.95
WANDARRAH
860.50
COST + 10%
350.00
510.50
TOTAL
956.50
377.00
579.50




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.99 Appendix C - IMM National Congress - Program, Etc.- Appendix

P R O G R A M M E & R E G I S T R A T I O N

F O R M

1 9 9 5

N A T I O N A L

C O N G R E S S


2 1 - 2 4 M AY, 1995


N A T I O N A L C O N V E N T I O N C E N T R E
CANBERRA



T H E M E


Last years National Congress "White Water Conditions/Seizing the Opportunity" was rated by most as the best ever held. At a time when local government was experiencing unsettling conditions it was very appropriately timed.
These unsettling conditions continue and have seen local government experience dramatic and rapid changes the likes of which have never occurred before in this country. Changes such as Amalgamation, Compulsory Competitive Tendering, Enterprise Agreements and Benchmarking have had an impact on most in our industry.
As a result of these and other changes, our industry is being transformed into a new quality driven, customer focused business. How well have we coped with these changes?
The answer to this can be seen in the way local government managers have not only coped with led the change process.
Where to from here?

DESTINATION 2000 THE NEXT MILLENNIUM"

Local Government is not alone in having to accommodate rapid change. Industries worldwide are experiencing dramatic shifts in work practices and operations. Predictions from various sources suggest that these massive shifts will continue into the next decade.
To continue to lead our organisations through these white water conditions and to allow them to seize the opportunities, we must look to the future and create organisations that can predict change and turn circumstances to their advantage.
In an article titled "Creating Organisational Order Out of Chaos" leading academic Professor lkujiro Nonaka, of Hitotsubashi University suggests that an organisation which is not prepared for "chaos" cannot seize these opportunities as they OCCUL
He argues that this process of "self renewal" cannot occur without a change in existing structures, systems, processes and culture. An organisation must create a new order.
By creating a strategic vision that predicts and anticipates future conditions, chaos can widen opportunities and force an organisation to seek imaginative and new points of view.
With the next millennium in our sights, we must prepare ourselves for the future. This means we must lead local government with a vision that reaps the benefits of the next millennium.
The 1995 National Congress will assist in this task by providing a program of speakers who will look at the conditions we are likely to encounter and explore topics and issues which will prepare us for this journey

D E L E G AT E S P R O G R AM M E

SUNDAY, 21ST MAY, 1995
2.00 pm REGISTRATION
Foyer, National Convention Centre
6.00 pm COCKTAILS WELCOME TO CONGRESS (INTERNATIONAL MARKET SCENE) National Convention Centre (Dress: Neat Casual)
During the cocktail function, the Institute of Municipal Management Active Learning Management Challenge Australasian results will be announced. The Management Challenge, which conducted State finals throughout Australasia during March, culminates in the grand final at the Convention Centre on Sunday, 21st May, during the day. Teams from throughout Australia and New Zealand are competing and the IMM Federal President, Terry Barnes will announce the winner during the evening.
8.00 pm EVENING FREE
MONDAY, 22ND MAY, 1995
8.00 am REGISTRATION
Foyer, National Convention Centre
9.00 am WHAT THE YOUTH OF AUSTRALIA ARE EXPECTING FROM TODAY'S DECISION MAKERS LEADING INTO THE NEXT MILLENNIUM
Christine White, Year 12 Student,
Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School, Melbourne
Christine will provide a fresh review of what today's youth are expecting from today's decision makers leading into our new millennium. She will reflect on a number of issues that she believes are affecting the youth of today and how the processes of the next few years can lead us into a strong nation in our new century.
9.30 am OFFICIAL OPENING
Terry Barnes, IMM Federal President and General Manager,
Fairfield City Council, NSW
9.50 am THE OPPOSITIONS VIEW OF AUSTRALIA'S POSITION IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
With a Federal Election less than 12 months away, the Federal Opposition are putting together programs and polices that they will be presenting to the Australian people for that election and how it sees Australia leading towards the Year 2000. These and other issues will be outlined in the presentation, particularly how it relates to local government.
10.45 am MORNING TEA
Exhibition Hall
11.15 am SOCIETY'S DEMANDS FOR THE YEAR 2000
Phillip Adams, Chairman, Australia Day Council
As the Chairman of the Australia Day Council and a regular news commentator, Phillip Adams will put forward society's requirements for the new millennium and how he sees the average Australian reacting to the changes that must take place.
12.15 pm LUNCH
Exhibition Hall
1.45 pm WHAT WILL AUSTRALIA'S PLACE BE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY AS THE MILLENNIUM STARTS?
Phil Ruthven, Executive Chairman, IBIS Group
One of the most important aspects leading to a strong Australia is the economy and how Australia slts within what Is now known as the global village. Phil Ruthven is a leading commentator in predicting economic trends and forecasting and he will give his view based on the considerable research undertaken by his organisation as to where Australia will sit within that global structure.
2.45 pm AFTERNOON TEA
Exhibition Hall
3.15 pm OPEN FORUM
On issues leading local government into the new millennium.
Facilitated by Peter Couchman, ABC Presenter
In 1994, the Open Forum session was extremely successful and this will be an opportunity again during this Congress for registrants to put forward their views on any aspect pertaining to local government and how it affects the community, with particular reference to what needs to be done leading to the he will year 2000 Peter Couchman is a leading ABC radio and television presenter and he will facilitate the Forum.
5.00 pm CLOSE
6.45 pm PRE-DINNER DRINKS
Foyer, National Convention Centre
7.30 pm CONGRESS DINNER
Exhibition Hall, National Convention Centre
(Dress: Lounge suit or equivalent)
Entertainment: Patrick McMahon, an outstanding vocalist renowned for his "Tribute to Neil Diamond".
TUESDAY, 23RD MAY, 1995
8.30 am REGISTRATION
Foyer, National Convention Centre
9.00 am SUCCESS IN BUSINESS TOWARDS 2000
John Gault, Chairman of Commissioners, Central Goldfields Shire
John Gault is a regular commentator of economic affairs and is currently serving as a Chief Commissioner in one of the reconstructed councils in Victoria. He will look at the effect on small business and what business needs to do to build the Australian economy towards our new millennium.
9.50 am HOW ENTERPRISE PRINCIPLES FIT INTO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT MOULD
Craig Lawrence, Chairman of Commissioners, City of Perth
As a businessman who has come into the local government area to be Chairman of Commissioners at the City of Perth, Craig Lawrence is in the position of bringing to local government a business perspective. He will relate to the forum the business side of local government and what local government needs to do to become a viable business entity in the new millennium.
10.40 am MORNING TEA
Exhibition Hall
11.10 am PRESENTATION OF NATIONAL AWARDS FOR INNOVATION IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
The winners of the 1995 National Awards for Innovation in Local Government will be announced. Judging will have been previously undertaken to determine finalists in the categories for local government organisations that have undertaken innovative projects. Brief submissions by the finalists will be made prior to presentation of the awards.
12.30 pm LUNCH
Exhibition Hall
2.00 pm HOW TO DEAL WITH STRESS MANAGEMENT IN TODAY'S LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENT
Presented by a panel of guest speakers
Stress management is a term that we hear regularly, not only in local
government but in business generally. Nick Eddy of KPMG Peat Marwick, a leading adviser in this area, together with Isobel Kirk and local government practitioners, will discuss in an open forum session the effects of stress management and how to accommodate these problems, not only in the workplace but also in the home environment.
3.00 pm Exhibition Hall
3.30 pm WORKSHOP SESSIONS
A · Information Technology into the New Millennium

Information technology will most certainly be one of the most important factors leading our push into the new millennium. This workshop will gather together speakers who will be able to put to the forum the effects information technology will have on local government and the community and how best to interpret this to the benefit of the community.

B . Waste Management and the New Technologies

"The Opportunities and Responsibilities in Waste Management" Tony Morrissey, National Commercial ~r Development Manager, Collex Waste Management Pty Ltd. What do the community and the three levels of government need to do to ensure that waste is managed in our society and the environment protected?

"Information Technology and the Waste Stream: Measure it, Then What?" Paul Boxsell, Manager, Transcan Pty Ltd. The challenge for local government is to use the information technology now being applied to the household waste stream. The technology includes bins fitted with micro chips, trucks fitted with data loggers and sensors to record a myriad of data, and management information systems.

"Two Bin or Not To Bin" Eric Love, Marketing Manager, Trans Waste Technologies

The best practice recycling and collection system which is currently operating in the ACT.

C · Tourism What is the Value of Tourism for Local Government?

Tourism is the fastest growing sector of our economy and local government has an important part to play, not only in its growth but to ensure that it does not impact upon other areas of our community such as the environment. We will investigate through this workshop a number of issues pertaining to local government's role in tourism.

D . Economic Development The Role of Economic Development in Local Government in the Future

Local government is looked upon as a very important player in economic development matters and it is perceived that it will be a growing area of responsibility for local government, not so much as the provider of capital but as the facilitator of programs and processes.

5.00 pm CLOSE
6.30 pm OPTIONAL DINNER AND ENTERTAINMENT Exhibition Hall and Royal Theatre, National Convention Centre (Dress: Neat casual) Entertainment by Marcia Hines, one of Australia's leading vocalists with a support act by Danny McMaster, Impersonator Extraordinaire.
WEDNESDAY. 24TH MAY. 1995
8.30 am REGISTRATION
Foyer, National Convention Centre
9.00 am THE ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED STATES' IN THE NEW CENTURY
Tim Honey, City Manager, City of Boulder, U.S.A. (ICMA Representative) Local government in the United States is continually going through change, as is the case in Australia. As the City Manager of a large metropolitan municipality in the United States, Tim will put forward his view of the role of local government in the United States leading up to the new century.
9.55 am ICMA AWARD PRESENTATIONS
Tim Honey, representing the President ICMA
10.00 am PREPARING FOR THE 21ST CENTURY THE INTERNATIONAL SCENE
Professor Alan Alexander, Professor of Local and Public Management, University of Strathclyde, U.K.
Alan Alexander is a leading commentator on local and public management in the United Kingdom and has written many books and papers in relation to preparing management for change. His specific role at this Congress will be to prepare local government for the 21st Century from the international perspective.
11.00 am MORNING TEA
Exhibition Hall
11.30 am OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIETY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
Ita Buttrose, AO, OBE
Ita Buttrose is a well known national figure and will bring to the Congress a view of what the opportunities are leading up to 2000. She will put forward a particular view in relation to how she sees society prospering during this era.
12.30 pm PRESIDENT'S SUMMATION AND CLOSURE
Terry Barnes, IMM Federal President
12.45 pm ECOTEX 95 will sponsor a lunch at Exhibition Park to which IMM Congress delegates have been invited. Transport will be provided for those interested to travel to Exhibition Park, then to the airport or hotels as required. Transport will also be provided direct to the airport from the National Convention Centre.

A C C O M PA N Y I N G P E R S O N S P R O G R A M M E

Accompanying persons are welcome to attend any of the sessions during the Congress. Please note that the dinner and entertainment on the Tuesday evening is an optional activity and requires separate registration.

SUNDAY, 21ST MAY, 1995
2.00 pm REGISTRATION Foyer, National Convention Centre
6.00 pm COCKTAILS WELCOME TO CONGRESS (INTERNATIONAL MARKET SCENE) (Dress: Neat casual)

MONDAY, 22ND MAY, 1995
9.00 am OFFICIAL OPENING, PRESENTATIONS,
MORNING TEA AND LUNCH WITH DELEGATES
6.45 pm PRE DINNER DRINKS
Foyer, National Convention Centre
7.30 pm CONGRESS DINNER
Exhibition Hall, National Convention Centre
Entertainment: Patrick McMahon with his ''Tribute to Neil Diamond"

TUESDAY, 23RD MAY, 1995
12.00 noon LUNCH AND KEYNOTE SPEAKER
At the Lake Burley Griffin Restaurant, Lakeside Hotel, the presentation will be by Isobel Kirk, a lively speaker on presentation skills, tuned to interest, inform and simulate.
6.30 pm OPTIONAL DINNER AND ENTERTAINMENT
Exhibition Hall and Royal Theatre, National Convention Centre
(Dress: Neat casual)
Entertainment by Marcia Hines, one of Australia's leading vocalists with a support act by Danny McMaster, Impersonator Extraordinaire.

WEDNESDAY, 24TH MAY, 1995
10.00 am MORNING TEA
At the Tea Lounge, Hyatt Hotel with a guest pianist and then to the National Convention Centre for the presentation by Ita Buttrose at 11.30 am
"Opportunities for Society in the New Millennium".

12.30 pm PRESIDENT'S SUMMATION AND CLOSURE
Royal Theatre, National Convention Centre
Terry Barnes, IMM Federal President

VENUE

The facilities of the National Convention Centre in Canberra will be utilized for the conduct of the Congress which will incorporate a full trade display area.

SPEAKERS

Presentations by a range of prominent government, business and community leaders will be provided together with contributions by local government practitioners from Australia and overseas. Full programme details are listed on the following pages.

R E G I S T R AT I O N

An Early Bird Registration is provided to allow Congress Delegates to take advantage of early booking prices. To receive the Early Bird Registration Discount, please ensure that your registration and payment is received by American Express Travel Service by 13th April, 1995. Full registration price applies for registrations received after this date.
Acknowledgment of your Registration will be provided by American Express Travel Service. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact American Express Travel Service on (02) 3914242 or Toll Free on (008) 02 8329.

OPTIONAL PROGRAMMED ACTIVITIES

Registration in the Full Delegates Programme or the Accompanying Persons Programme includes registration for the Congress Dinner on the Monday evening. However, if you have any additional guest(s) who would like to attend only the Congress Dinner, provision for this is indicated on the Registration Form. Entertainment for this evening will be Patrick McMahon.
The Optional Dinner and Entertainment Evening on Tuesday, 23rd May will include performances by Marcia Hines, one of Australia's leading vocalists and a support act by Danny McMaster, Impersonator Extraordinaire. At previous Congresses, the success of this evening has been the highlight of the social calendar. Reservations for this event can be made on the enclosed form.
CPD POINTS

18 points will be awarded to CPD participants for attendance at the 1995 National
Congress.

C A N C E L L A T I O N

If you cancel your booking and/or registration more than 30 days before the Congress, an administration fee of S100 will apply. If cancellation occurs within 30 days of the Congress a fee equal to 50% will apply. In addition there may be cancellation fees imposed by airlines, hotels or other parties.

C O N G R E S S S U P P O R T

The IMM gratefully acknowledges the support of sponsors and participants in the trade exhibit. A wide range of trade exhibitors will be displaying their products and services throughout the Congress. Lunch, Morning and Afternoon Teas and Evening functions will be situated in Exhibition Hall to allow delegates and their guests to view the exhibition at their leisure.

E N QU I R I E S

For further details contact:

American Express Travel Service
Centennial Plaza, Level 14/300 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Telephone (02) 391 4242 Toll Free (008) 028 329 Facsimile (02) 391 4253

Merv Paton
Institute of Municipal Management
PO Box 409, South Melboume, Victoria 3205
Telephone (03) 696 5799 Facsimile (03) 690 4217

E C O T E X 9 5

Ecotex 95 is a Conference and Trade Fair being conducted at Exhibition Park, National Events Complex, Canberra; from 2426 May, 1995, dealing with developing environmental business. The Conference is being backed by ACT Electricity and Water and a IMM Congress/Ecotex registration package is being offered for S695. Further details are contained in the Ecotex 95 brochure included.