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Baw Baw Shire Council meeting snapshot - Wednesday 23 March
Baw Baw Shire Council meeting held on 23 March.
To keep our community up to date with key council decisions, outcomes and plans; here is a snapshot summary from council's Wednesday 23 March council meeting. The outcome of the council meeting is reported in the draft council meeting minutes, which are published on council's page, by close of business on the Friday following the council meeting. Minutes of council meetings are confirmed at the next meeting of council.
The agenda and minutes for each council meeting are published in the table below by close of business on the Friday prior to the meeting
For Tender Recommendation Report - Baw Baw Culture & Connection Precinct (Stage 1 Library and Learning), council moved to:
- Approve tender 2021030 Baw Baw Culture & Connection Precinct (Stage 1 Library and Learning) - Detailed Design to Croxon Ramsay Pty Ltd for a value of us to $1,147,520 (ex GST), including a Project Manager's contingency amount of up to $125,000 (ex GST) to cover any unforeseen items as the design progresses
- Delegate authority to the CEO to sign the documents and execute the award of the contract
Council noted the Draft Asset Plan and moved to place the Draft Asset Plan on exhibition for community consultation and feedback from 4 April 2022 to 2 May 2022.
Neerim consultation findings
Council noted the findings of the Region 1, Neerim South, Noojee and Surrounds Community Needs Analysis Report November 2021, and moved to:
- Request a draft, costed Service Delivery Model be developed for the Neerim South, Noojee and Surrounds Community Hub to define the type, scope, scale and frequency of services, which agency should deliver the services and where they should be delivered from
- Request a further report to be provided to present the draft Service Delivery Model, and at that time
- Write to the Hub Liaison Committee to thank and congratulate them on their contribution to this project
Consider any future budget allocations towards site selection and design of a potential Community Hub development in Neerim South.
Delegation review and update
Council resolved to execute:
- Proposed revised S6 Instrument of Delegation, council to members of council Staff
- Proposed S5 Instrument of Delegation, council to the Chief Executive Officer
- Proposed S18 Instrument of Delegation to members of council Staff under Environment Protection Act 2017
Baw Baw Shire Council have reopened council meetings to members of the public. A COVID Marshal will be there to assist with QR Code check-in and sight proof of vaccination. In line with the CHO's directive, all patrons visiting the West Gippsland Arts Centre must show proof of double-vaccination. Bookings are encouraged. Please visit Baw Baw Shire council meetings page to book.
All council meetings will be live-streamed, and archived recordings will be available on the council's website for viewing. The council meeting agendas and minutes will be available online the Friday prior to the meeting.
Pictures from Cr. Michael Leaney Facebook page.
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