The Greens in Palerang

Archive for September, 2004

Greens councillor questions & statements

Tuesday, September 28th, 2004

1. Cr Moore advised that she had been contacted by a person from the Monga Action Group, which illustrated the problem with last week’s community consultation meeting not having all groups represented. She referred to the Joint Management Agreement for the Majors Creek Cemetery (July 2004 draft), asking if it had been received and acted upon. DES has been forwarded to caretakers of cemetery to comment on the plan. Cr Moore said that there were four endangered species in the Cemetery, one of which had not been found in any other location, (more…)

Notice of Motion re submissions on Code of Meeting Practice

Sunday, September 12th, 2004

That, recognising that there may be other suggestions for improving both our meetings and our time management, and also recognising that things will improve as new councillors become more experienced and we all try to be more disciplined, councillors and the community be invited to make submissions on the ECCRC Code of Meeting Practice, that submissions be accepted for 28 days from the date of notification in the media and that following receipt and collation of any submissions received, a workshop be held to discuss the submissions and finalise a new draft, which will then be advertised for a further 28 days.

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