The Ordinary General Meeting of Wingecarribee Shire Council will be held on February 24, 2021.
The meeting will be broadcast to the community through live streaming on council's web page at www.wsc.gov.au and will begin at 3.30pm.
Several items will be discussed.
A report to re-present a modified application regarding Fairground Follies will be heard by councillors.
The modified application seeks council's approval to waive the developer chargers under council's development service plan.
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Subdivision in Robertson
An application to subdivide land in Robertson will be put before councillors.
The development proposes a 13-lot Community Title Subdivision at 25-29 North street, Robertson. The lot is 11,336.3 metres squared.
A proposed subdivision on the site was first made in 1991 which sought to divide the land into five allotments.
The consent for subdivision of the subject site into five allotments is still considered valid as physical work was undertaken to extend the water main to the site.
The application was initially approved on December 19, 1991 and subsequently amended a number of times. The last amendment occurred on July 7,1998. At this time, Wingecarribee Local Environmental Plan 1989 was in force, and the proposed subdivision complied with the minimum lot size under that Plan of 2,000m.
The current DA was submitted on August 31, 2020. The proposed development is for a Community Title Subdivision comprising a total of 13 lots including one community which is to include a 100m biofiltration facility referred to as a "raingarden". The rest of the lots will be residential.
Notices of Motion - Recruitment of a new general manager
Councillor Ian Scandrett has put forward a notice of motion in relation to the recruitment of the general manager of Wingecarribee Shire Council.
Cr Scandrett has put forward a motion to suspend the recruitment of a new general manager until after the council election on September 4.
Notices of Motion - Bowral Memorial Hall
Councillor Garry Turland has put forward a notice of motion in relation to Bowral Memorial Hall.
The notice of motion asks that council holds a community and stake holders meeting on the Mittagong Playhouse and the Bowral Memorial Hall.
The purpose is to engage with all users groups and to address their concerns re. the redevelopment of the Hall for the best use and budget.
Notice of Motion - Animal Fur and Skin Sales
Councillor Larry Whipper has put forward a notice of motion to ban the sale of animal fur and skin on council land.
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