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Council briefs, November 26

This week’s council meeting will cover a range of issues. Photo: Southern Highland NewsProperty Acquisition amendment
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AN amendment of a previous council resolution to proceed with the compulsory acquisition of land from Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) will be put to council for approval.

On Wednesday, May 28 council resolved to proceed via the compulsory acquisition process.

Council’s panel solicitors, following review of the resolutions, have requested the addition of ‘purpose’ and a reference legislation to be incorporated into a fresh resolution.

Short stay update

THE draft Wingecarribee Holiday Rental Code of Conduct, which is endorsed by the Short Stay Letting Committee, will be put to council for adoption.

At the Ordinary Meeting of the Planning and Strategic Peak Committee on February 12, 2014 council considered a report on the public exhibition of a planning proposal to amend Wingecarribee Local Environment Plan 2010 (WLEP 2010) to insert a clause to permit short term rental of dwellings for tourist and visitor accommodation without council consent.

The amendment was made on March 14, 2014.

The objectives for the code of conduct include establishing acceptable standards of behaviour for guests and visitors, assisting owners and managers to meet the needs of all stakeholders and informing the community of the standards of conduct expected.

Should council adopt the proposal, the Wingecarribee Holiday Rental Code of Conduct will be actively promoted through media releases, information on council’s website and direct communication with agents and known property owners.

Bowling club

COUNCILLORS Duncan Gair, Larry Whipper and Jim Clark have given notice that it is their intention to move a motion rescinding the September 25, 2013 motion that council delay the demolition of the Mittagong Bowling Club.

Should that motion of recission be carried, Crs Gair, Whipper and Clark intend to move a motion that the demolition of the Mittagong Bowling Club and the remediation of the Alexandra Square site become an operational matter to be managed by the general manager.

Name change for shire

COUNCILLOR Garry Turland has given notice of his intention to move a motion for council to request changing the name of the Wingecarribee Shire.

The motion would see council request the NSW State Government and the Electoral Commission to allow council to survey the residents of the Wingecarribee Shire to change the name of the shire to the Southern Highlands at the state election in March 2015.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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