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FINAL Annual Report 2022 23 low res

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businesses, job opportunities for our residents, attracting investment, quality urban planning and providing infrastructure that supports economic activity. Outlines how Council will work to provide

21 09 2020 agenda and reports policy and planning committee

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of questions such as better streetscapes, better playgrounds, improvements to roadways, traffic flow, job opportunities etc. �� Preferred methods of communications, and reason for that communication

17 06 2019 agenda and reports works and services committee

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in waterways via mobile devices for responsive jobs to be raised and completed. 3.7 Work teams also respond to customer requests with records showing 17 enquires relating to debris in waterways during

2017 agenda and reports audit committee of council

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the organisation. 1.4 The job description for the Business Analyst Internal Audit and Risk includes a responsibility to; “Administer the Risk Management Framework including development and maintenance of risk

10 03 2020 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee

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Management, City Infrastructure 1.3 Have a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. This report discusses the use of Recycled

Publicstandardsforhairdressing

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is a published document which sets out technical specifications or other criteria necessary to ensure that a material or method will consistently do the job it is intended to do. in relation to a local

Final salisbury seniors magazine issue 20 nov20

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really looked forward to those calls.” “Thank you for what you have done. It has not been easy for you.” “An excellent job and happy to have been involved in a small way.” “Please thank everyone who

2016 agenda and reports policy and planning committee 3157188

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Changing Climate and the City of Salisbury Age Friendly Communities Strategy. 2.2.3 Themes raised consistently through these processes included jobs, the importance of place, technology and the importance

26 10 2020 minutes council meeting

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, and 2. Acknowledge the importance of the decision to the long term security of local jobs and confidence in Australian manufacturing; 3. Note that Mr Forrest intends to visit the RM Williams facility

18 06 2018 agenda and reports works and services committee

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and employment choice. 1.3 Have a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. This report proposes flood management works

St kilda stage 2 masterplan engagement report 05 09 2017

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be installed 1 Bring the tram back 1 Council did a great job here - well done Install a water park or a splash pad; children will love it and the area will be used more 1 often when the weather is hot 1

FINAL Issue 26 February to May 2023 V1 web

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and a better life and soon got a job at the Elizabeth Holden factory and then as a cementer and a roof tiler. Domenico was away from his family for four years before his wife and two kids could join him

Salisbury Seniors Magazine Issue 23 Feb to May 2022

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public health action. Gary on his way to a home maintenance job The Home Assist team are a busy bunch providing a range of services to eligible seniors. One of the rewarding factors working in this team

23 03 2020 minutes council meeting

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to prioritise economic activity including knowledge exchange, investment and Page 8 Council Minutes 23 March 2020 City of Salisbury jobs as the principle criteria for any sister or friendship city

FINAL Issue 28 Oct 2023 to Jan 2024 web

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went all out with costumes, decorations and games. The kitchen volunteers did an exceptional job making fish and chips for lunch at the beach. The Women’s Health Feelgood Luncheon was a big success

18 01 2016 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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. In 2014/15, 2356 jobs were actioned in relation to dumped rubbish and this equated to 6813 of labour hours for Council staff. 2.8 The ability to utilise vehicle details to issue a fine to the registered

FINAL Issue 25 October 2022 to January 2023 WEB

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beginners to believe in themselves and their ability to write creatively. Once you get them going it’s a case of standing back and watching them soar. For me it’s the best job ever.” Irene Barker

19 02 2018 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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information strategically. 2.2 Further the current processes do not provide real time visibility of open jobs, location of assets, or timely responses to resident’s issues. 2.3 The goal of the Asset

12 07 2016 agenda and reports strategic and international partnerships sub committee

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with detailed knowledge about their local area, Councils are ideally placed to identify and encourage local small-medium enterprises (SME’s) to engage in the Chinese market, thereby creating jobs and flow

19 03 2018 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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within South Australia, nationally and internationally. 1.3 Have a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 2.1 Capture economic