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BPA Meeting Minutes - 2006-11-28
Tuesday, 28 November 2006

BUNDEENA PROGRESS ASSOCIATION

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Minutes of General Meeting held on Tuesday 28 November 2006 

Bundeena Community Centre

Attendance as per attendance book. 10 Persons

Apologies

John Gawthorn, Tamsin and Phil Clarke, Mary Hanshaw

Minutes.

Moved that the minutes of the meeting held on the 31 October 2006 be adopted.

Bernard Swann, Maureen Keller

Business Arising

 

Treasurers Report

Moved that the treasurer's report be accepted.

Maureen Keller, Anita Zunc

Correspondence Inwards

Moved that inwards correspondence be accepted

Bob Spencer, Bernard Swann

Correspondence Outwards

Moved that outwards correspondence be endorsed

Bronwyn Murphy, Bob Spencer

Committee Reports

Neil reported on the latest news for the corner site in Brighton St. This related in particular to the last day of the court hearing. The council's barrister, Chris McEwan, was very impressive and presented a compelling argument for outright rejection of the development application. He placed great weight on the new Shire LEP which was gazetted by Frank Sartor just prior to the final hearing. The court's decision may not be handed down until the new year.

Clr Spencer Report

Bob advised on the plans for the new Bundeena wharf

A new type of rubbish bin, called the Big Belly would be placed in the shopping centre. It will hold a much larger quantity of rubbish than the normal bins.

The new Sutherland Shire LEP is gazetted. It has many desirable features, but there are some aspects that were introduced by State Planning which could be a worry. These are: allowing development over Cronulla railway station, and other stations, permitting townhouses in local housing zones. All controls for limiting medium density development have been removed

The footpath in Scarborough St near the school is to be constructed to a much higher standard

The Baker St steps are completed

General Business

Bronwyn Murphy submitted an extensive report about plans for a new web-site organised by CROSS. The cost to our association would be $2 per month and we would provide information to be posted. It was agreed that the secretary should obtain more information about its operation and present it to the next meeting in January 2007

Maureen Keller reported that she had received a letter from council about re-newal of hall hire for the coming year. The fees have increased by the CPI.

Moved that hall fees be paid one year in advance

Maureen Keller, Bob Spencer.

Alan Peterson raised the issue of access to dis-abled toilets. A key is needed to use the toilets. An authority can be obtained from council to permit having a personal key cut by a locksmith. This key will fit all Shire dis-abled toilets.

Moved that BPA recognises the outstanding effort by the sub- committee in opposing the Mars Corp application for the corner store site. In particular, special recognition should go to Neil deNett who supervised the community opposition throughout the process

Bob Spencer, Bernard Swann

 

Meeting closed at 9.30 PM
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