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Stc community engagement stage 1 report with appendices 1 4 revised

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-cultural nature of area – Develop a gymnasium, fitness centre, swimming pool – Range of affordable activities • Services to meet existing and future needs – Need to increase GP and medical specialist

17 08 2020 agenda and reports works and services committee

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Salisbury Swimming Centre/Pool Lane Shepherdson Road Salisbury Highway Daphne Road Lincoln Avenue Glenn Street Total 0 328,000 3.5m shared path Farley 100,000 Grove to rail underpass, and reshaping

17 08 2020 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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Leases including Parnil Pty Ltd (Parafield Gardens Swimming Centre) 3. That Council endorse the declaration of an income loss of $8,389 at the 1 st Quarter Budget Review to reflect the waiving of fees

24 08 2020 agenda and reports council meeting

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Swimming Centre) 3. That Council endorse the declaration of an income loss of $8,389 at the 1 st Quarter Budget Review to reflect the waiving of fees and charges covered in part 2 of the resolution. 4

Stc community engagement report final

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outlets – Better range of dining experiences, capitalizing on multi-cultural nature of area – Develop a gymnasium, fitness centre, swimming pool – Range of affordable activities • Services to meet existing

Annual Report 2014-2015

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Recreation Centre, the Gardens Recreation Centre, and the Salisbury Recreation Precinct inclusive of the Salisbury Swimming Pool and tennis courts. This change provided the community an improved approach

18 02 2019 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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and Public Places Policy ....................................... 149 3.6.5 Review of Building and Swimming Pool Inspection Policy ............................... 157 3.6.6 Review of Internal Review

24 05 2021 agenda and reports council meeting

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. One (1) applicant be awarded $250 to represent South Australia at the Australian Age Swimming Championships to be held in the Gold Coast, Queensland from the 9th – 11th April 2021. 5.1.2 Community

20112023 Agenda and Reports Urban Services Committee

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Drive Reserve Salisbury Heights • Lake Windemere Salisbury North • Happy Home Reserve Salisbury North (near swimming centre) • Kentish Green Para Vista • Patterson Court Reserve Paralowie • Perry Street

2017 agenda and reports council meeting 3517019

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with Dr Brian Symon - McIntyre Medical Clinic 25/03/2017 03:00 PM Parafield Gardens High School 40th Anniversary (Speech) 26/03/2017 12:30 PM 50th Salisbury Swimming Pool Celebrations (Speech) 27/03/2017

8676 city of salisbury community survey 2014 final report 27 may 2015

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, to do with fees & collection. Hard rubbish collection. Have pepper trees in neighbours at the back, cause mess in my swimming pool. Council and they don't have responsibility for trees in private

18 05 2020 agenda and reports works and services committee

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that the top activities for female participants in the Salisbury LGA are non-structured recreation activities such as walking (recreational), fitness/gym, swimming, jogging, running and athletics

2016 agenda and reports council meeting 3402670

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Corporate Governance 3.6.1 Review of Building Inspection Policy Moved Cr R Zahra Seconded Cr G Caruso 1. That the Building and Swimming Pool Inspection Policy 2016, forming Attachment 1 to this report

21 06 2021 agenda and reports urban services committee

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on why nature was important to them (e.g. to spend time with their families and friends, having fun, climbing trees, digging and swimming at the beach) whereas older children showed more

21 01 2019 agenda and reports works and services committee

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) drive through sites, three (3) permanent van sites, upgrade to existing amenities hall and swimming pool (inground). The contactors who constructed the alterations appear to have based

2017 agenda and reports council meeting 3630755

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. There should be no change to Council policy that currently prevents swimming, fishing, drinking from and boating in the wetlands. Managed kayaking activities could be facilitated and appropriately resoured

18 03 2019 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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to calculate these impacts is inherently difficult. Some examples would be changes requiring inspections of Roof Trusses, Swimming Pool Fencing etc. Also impacting are legislative fees for services