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16 10 2017 agenda and reports works and services committee

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/2017) between the City of Salisbury and applicant under the following conditions: �� �� �� For a period of 10 years. At a commencing rental rate of $41,945.97 (including GST) to increase by CPI

2019 agenda council meeting

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to the personal affairs of any person (living or dead) and proposed action by Council where the rates for a property have been outstanding for a period of not less than three years. On that basis

16 04 2018 agenda and reports works and services committee

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into the current lease on the 1 st of October 2013 PFC’s lease fee was set at $7,306.05 + GST per annum and has increased annually by the Local Government Price Index to a current rate of $7792.15 + GST

18 09 2017 agenda and reports works and services committee

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of Salisbury and applicant under the following conditions: �� �� �� For a period of 10 years. At a commencing rental rate of $41,945.97 (including GST) to increase by CPI annually and with market rent review

21 08 2017 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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of a Council resolution: Meeting - Heading and Resolution Officer Item 29/04/2013 Fees and Charges Report - Waste Transfer Station Sam Kenny 6.4.4 3. Subject to endorsement of the creation

Final salisbury seniors magazine issue 20 nov20

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with former Channel 7 Adelaide TV news presenter Graeme Goodings (left). Graeme, a bowel cancer survivor and Prostate SA board member, regularly presents to groups and promotes the need for men to take charge

12 08 2019 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee

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Government’s inability to pass legislation through the Parliament to introduce rate capping on the Local Government sector during 2018, stating at the time that other reform measures would be considered

31012023 Updated Agenda and Reports Council Meeting

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-affirms that: a) the purpose of SMART technology is to improve Council efficiencies and save council rates for ratepayers, for example through car parking sensors and LED lights that light up and dim

17102022 Agenda and Reports Innovation and Business Development Committee

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% 0.5% 99.5% Information Requests 10 0.0% 80.0% 20.0% 80.0% Total 2,075 24.0% 73.6% 2.4% 97.6% 97.6% 2.4% For CRM requests received in September 2022 we achieved a compliance rate of 97.6% where the CRM

31012023 Updated Agenda and Reports Council Meeting

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of doubt, Council re-affirms that: a) the purpose of SMART technology is to improve Council efficiencies and save council rates for ratepayers, for example through car parking sensors and LED lights

10 06 2020 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee

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provided increased funding to the existing HACC community transport service. The modelled cost estimate conservatively equated to a rate increase in the vicinity of at least 0.3% in the absence

20052024 Agenda and Reports Urban Services Committee

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would reduce the prevalence of Caltrop across council. This option would require an additional $60,000 in contractual funding based on current 23-24 contractual rates for this service. This option

19022024 Agenda and Reports Urban Services Committee

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Committee Agenda - 19 February 2024 City of Salisbury Minutes of the Urban Services Committee Meeting 20/11/2023 ORDERS TO EXCLUDE THE PUBLIC 4.4.1 Field Services - Contractual Rate Increases Moved Cr M

20122021 Agenda and Reports Council Meeting

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. Approves the purchase and implementation of Terracycle boxes at Twelve25 and the Salisbury Community Hub for the collection and recycling of disposable face masks, with the collection rate

26 07 2021 minutes council meeting

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functions and powers under the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995. Council’s dog management services are funded by a combination of general rate revenue, and fees generated under the provisions of the Act

21062022 Agenda and Reports Innovation and Business Development Committee

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1,427 41.6% 57.8 0.6% 99.4% Information Requests 2 00.0% 100.0% 0.0% 100.0% Total 2,015 35.0% 63.4% 1.6% 98.4% 98.4% 1.6% For CRMs received in May 2022 we achieved a compliance rate of 98.4% where

2016 agenda and reports resources and governance committee 3247247

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for achieving a zero kill rate. Due: June 2016 Item 3.0.1 4. CONCLUSION / PROPOSAL 4.1 Future reports for the Resources and Governance Committee have been reviewed and are presented to Council for noting

Sustaining our environment online version 1

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. The Earth’s sustainable footprint is approximately 1.8 hectares per person, meaning nearly four Earths would be required to support South Australia’s current resource consumption rate. This is a clear

18032024 Agenda and Reports Policy and Planning Committee

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for the Master Plan horizon. 3.4.4 Electric aircraft take-up rate is anticipated to be faster for the pilot training sector with the estimated proportion of movements to be 17% in 2031, up to 69% in 2043

2018 agenda and reports audit committee of council 3779343

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(including the 17 Elected Members) with a total of 48 responses received (59% response rate). City of Salisbury Page 93 Audit Committee Agenda - 13 February 2018 Item 4.2.6 ITEM Error! No document variable