Agenda items for discussion at the next meeting of the Redland City Council on 12 November include the following matters:
- Procedures for next local government election in 2016
- Proposed discount in infrastructure charges for a 134 lot development in Capalaba
- The fate of a Cook Pine in Wellington Point
- A report on the decision process that allows destruction of koala trees in Ormiston
- Items in closed session about the SMBI ferry terminals and Macleay Island Eco-Heritage and Recreation
Item 11.1.1 2016 Redland City Council Local Government Election
A report to Council proposes that the 2016 Redland City Council election be conducted under the supervision of the Council CEO (currently Bill Lyon) rather than the Electoral Commission of Queensland. The officer’s recommendations are:
Item 11.2.3 Requested for negotiated Infrastructure Charges ERA 402-451 Redland Bay Road Capalaba
A report to Council recommends that it approve an $884,023.10 discount to infrastructure charges for a 134 lot development in Capalaba.
Item 11 .2.4 Consideration of Council Granting a Permit to Remove the Cook Island Pine…
This tree appears to be unwell so the officer’s recommendation is:
Item 11.2.5 Request for Report Outlining Decision Process…[on loss of koala trees in Ormiston]
The report requested by Cr Wendy Boglary has been prepared and is included in the agenda for this meeting.
Cr Mark Edwards has proposed two motions to be discussed in closed session:
Item 14.1.1 Ferry Terminals on SMBI
Item 14.2.1 Macleay Island Eco-heritage and Recreation
Here is a link to a full copy of the agenda including all reports to Council except for matters to be discussed in closed session.
The Council’s meeting on 12 November will be held at the Council Chambers in Bloomfield Street Cleveland.
Members of the public are able to observe the meeting which commences at 9:30 am.
Time may also be made available for members of the public to address Council.