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27 08 2018 minutes council meeting

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information related 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

14 09 2020 agenda and reports asset management sub committee

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of the tree and stump removal at Council contract rates. Councils set cost to plant and establish a new tree. Administration cost to cover administrative, inspection and accounting costs inherent in any

20122021 Minutes Council Meeting

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at Twelve25 and the Salisbury Community Hub for the collection and recycling of disposable face masks, with the collection rate to be monitored, reviewed and reported to the April 2022 meeting of the Youth

26042023 Minutes Council Assessment Panel

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be subject of review and approval by Council’s Parks and Open Space Assets section. All replacement trees must be planted within 12 months of completion of the development at the following rates: i

26042023 Minutes Council Assessment Panel

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of the development at the following rates: i. if the development relates to a regulated tree—2 trees to replace a regulated tree; or ii. if the development relates to a significant tree—3 trees to replace

20122021 Minutes Council Meeting

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at Twelve25 and the Salisbury Community Hub for the collection and recycling of disposable face masks, with the collection rate to be monitored, reviewed and reported to the April 2022 meeting of the Youth

31012023 Minutes Council Meeting

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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 based on movement, reducing unnecessary

2016 minutes council meeting 3188109

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of captured animals that are euthanased and the potential for achieving a zero kill rate. CARRIED 0928/2016 City of Salisbury Page 31 Council Minutes - 22 February 2016 Council Meeting – 22 February 2016

22112021 Minutes Council Meeting

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workshop 3/11 NALHN Executive steering group meeting 3/11 On-site meeting at Parafield Gardens HS with MP’s and Councillor Sarah Ouk 5/11 Media with local MP’s and Mayor Regarding vaccination rates

24072023 Minutes Council Meeting2

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to undertake the Rates Setting Process, Revenue and Debtors Audit on a co-sourced basis following the Audit and Risk Committee’s recommendation. 2. Notes the mapping of internal audits to the current

31012023 Minutes Council Meeting

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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 based on movement, reducing unnecessary

10 08 2020 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee

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and very cost effective activity to stage. It is proposed to continue in future years after assessment of the participation rates of the 2020 challenge. BUDGET: Nominal - $2,000 Post COVID-19

Publicstandardsforhairdressing

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a failure rate due to holes in the material. These holes are not always noticeable. Washing the hands following removal of gloves will reduce the risk of transmission of bacteria and blood borne viruses

20 05 2019 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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, with the exception of providing specific advice as follows: �� �� �� Council is opposed to charging fees for the lodgement of a section 270 review, Council strongly supports the removal from legislation

FINAL Issue 26 February to May 2023 V1 web

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a mask in crowded indoor places if infection rates are high • Have a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms and follow SA Health advice if you test positive • Stay home if you have symptoms or feel sick

21 06 2021 agenda and reports policy and planning committee

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to be paid by applicants when these trees were removed in development applications. 1.2 Council considered that the contribution rate of $50 at that time was severely undervalued and would not result

20 03 2017 agenda and reports works and services committee

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Further consultation with Library staff rationalised scope and updated rates. External Toilet $15,000 $0 External toilet to be funded from the Playspace upgrade. Building Renewal $61,000 $0 Funds

2019 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee 4190887

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community. Australians with above-average rates of book reading for pleasure are more likely to be female, over 65, tertiary educated, and from an upper socio-economic bracket. However consumption

Tourism and visitor sub committee agenda and reports 12 06 2018

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to establish and approximately $5,000 per annum for quarterly inspections and pump electrical charges. 3.21 Initial investigations indicate that the most cost effective way to deliver a dump point at Pioneer