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Edition 33 Salisbury Aware Summer 2010

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, a $100 million food processing facility for Inghams, and a $24 million logistics hub for DHL. The area is estimated to be home to more than 3,000 jobs. The State Government’s Land Management

Edition 39 Salisbury Aware Summer 2012

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week. “It’s now time to take that community engagement to the local level, because as police we know we can’t do our job without community support.” Using the viral nature of Facebook, residents can

18 06 2018 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 3.2 Have interesting places where people want to be. Council’s Footpath Trading Policy

16082021 Agenda and Reports Urban Services Committee

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inspections for known hot spots by staff fortnightly, enabling jobs to be logged and then sent to field crews for prompt action. With the entire channel length to increase to a quarterly inspection regime

Skinpenetration

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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. a procedure designed

19042022 Agenda and Reports Policy and Planning Committee

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and Proponent led Code Amendments. • Potential infrastructure agreement requirements • Economic Growth and Job creation • A planning framework to inform the State Government’s future Regional Plan process 2.4

2016 agenda and reports policy and planning committee

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& attractive places & facilities”. 8th point “Work with key partners to ensure transport options include universal design & efficiently link people to jobs, services, recreation & social activities

Edition 43 Salisbury Aware Autumn 2014

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and beverage manufacturing, which employs more than 1600 people following 50% jobs growth between the 2006 and 2011 censuses. Among the City of Salisbury’s many firms in this sector is Mitani Products, which

City of Salisbury Sustainability Strategy Community Engagement Report FINAL

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to do a good job I think that the City of Salisbury is not focused enough on sustainability, and should do a lot more than what it is currently doing I think that the City of Salisbury should focus less

19 08 2019 agenda and reports policy and planning committee

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, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 3.3 Be a connected city where all people have opportunities to participate. 4.1 Strengthen partnerships that enable us to better address our community’s

16082021 Agenda and Reports Governance and Compliance Committee

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with the aim to increase local procurement practices to increase local content and job creation in the City of Salisbury. Due: October 2021 26/07/2021 Motion Without Notice: Improvement of Video Rudi Deco

18 03 2019 agenda and reports works and services committee

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for businesses to invest and grow within South Australia, nationally and internationally. 1.3 Have a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job

2016 agenda and reports program review committee

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/ acquittal, progress claims, invoicing and payments City Infrastructure Administration �� Asset Management System development and administration �� Work management, job costing, operational

22 02 2021 agenda and reports council meeting

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: Clayson Road Speed Increase 7.2 Motion on Notice: Deloitte Jobs and Investment, Economic Growth Agenda ITEM 8: MAYOR’S DIARY Page 73 ITEM 9: ELECTED MEMBER REPRESENTATION ACTIVITIES ITEM 10

19 02 2018 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 3.2 Have interesting places where people want to be. 4.3 Have robust processes that support consistent

Stc community engagement stage 1 report with appendices 1 4 revised

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money away to build upon what is already there, when they saw the issue as being a bigger job – new roads, new blocks, better layout rather than working with what’s there now. Natalie Fuller and Associates Pty Ltd 60

2018 agenda and reports policy and planning committee 3814710

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communities and a regeneration of existing urban areas �� Increased investment and a wider range of job opportunities 3.3 Under the heading the Livable City the following actions are relevant

20 05 2019 agenda and reports works and services committee

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. 1.3 Have a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. Confidential Item 2.9.2 SUMMARY Council had previously resolved Blanco Horner

23 11 2020 agenda and reports council meeting updated 20 11 2020 at 4

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purchase by Mr Andrew Forrest, 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

19 06 2017 agenda and reports works and services committee

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, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 1.4 Have well planned urban growth that stimulates investment and facilitates greater housing and employment choice. This report seeks Council’s endorsement