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27022023 Minutes Council Meeting Public

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does exist. Council shouldn’t be wasting rate payers money on contacting Elon Musk. Cr G Bawden stated nobody should be shamed or shunned for something that the media wrote when the media is telling

22082022 Minutes Council Meeting

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43,000 Interest Expense / Interest Income 173,000 Rate Revenue 37,800 Unspent 2021/22 BT Funds • PR26296 Enterprise Platform for LG 190,000 • PR26299 Smart Cities initiatives 150,000 Salary & Wages

27022023 Minutes Council Meeting Public

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does exist. Council shouldn’t be wasting rate payers money on contacting Elon Musk. Cr G Bawden stated nobody should be shamed or shunned for something that the media wrote when the media is telling

2018 agenda and reports policy and planning committee 4004347

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Lakes) and suburbs with large populations (such as Mawson Lakes, Parafield Gardens and Paralowie) tend to have higher rates of reported crime due to their specific characteristics and population.. Some

27022023 Minutes Council Meeting Public

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does exist. Council shouldn’t be wasting rate payers money on contacting Elon Musk. Cr G Bawden stated nobody should be shamed or shunned for something that the media wrote when the media is telling

2602024 Agenda and Reports Council Meeting

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consultants to update unit rates that reflect recent and likely future market trends. 3.6.2. A number of footpath renewal program and service level options were reviewed to forecast service levels

17 10 2016 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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to section 71AA(7) of the Development Act); and 1.2.3 Minimum inspection rate as prescribed by regulation 76D(4b) and regulation 80AB(2) of the Development Regulations 2008. 1.3 Council last

13 07 2021 agenda and reports strategic property development sub committee

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by realising a financial return thereby reducing reliance upon rates income in order to support delivery of improved services, programs and facilities to the City of Salisbury community. 1.6 As a related

20092021 Agenda and Reports Urban Services Committee

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, and that the outcome of the proposal is that they will be able to develop their land into separate allotments creating higher density and increased rates income to Council, it has been determined

2018 4109120

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(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 the public's interest is best served

21032022 Agenda and Reports Urban Services Committee

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the consultation steps. 3.8 The cost estimates for the works have been developed in alignment with previous known rates, however the scope may have minor adjustments following consultation and should

09 03 2021 agenda and reports asset management sub committee

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removal requests the two issues that come up at roughly a 50/50 rate are for removals due to nervousness around the tree falling on the property, and complaints relating to Nuisance Litter/Branches

24 02 2020 agenda and reports council meeting

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regarding operational and management guideline fees and charges, budget, and any license/lease arrangements for Bridgestone Athletics Centre. CARRIED 0386/2020 CARRIED 0387/2020 City of Salisbury Page

2017 agenda and reports policy and planning committee 3706737

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and investment, to: �� review Council’s footpath trading policy; �� develop a policy to guide charges for use of council land; �� review of the policy approach for business signage; and �� review Council’s

23082021 Agenda and Reports Council Meeting

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. Council’s dog management services are funded by a combination of general rate revenue, and fees generated under the provisions of the Act including dog registrations, and fees from penalties and fines

2019 agenda and reports policy and planning committee 4341769

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Members, Council staff Business, State Government, rate payers, residents, service providers Communication Strategy An engagement strategy will be prepared to guide external stakeholder engagement

2019 agenda and reports council meeting

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Quarter Budget Review 2018/19 6.6.1 Rate Rebate Policy and Endorsement of Discretionary Rebates for 2019/20 and 2020/21 5.7 Sport, Recreation and Grants Committee: 11 February 2019 Cr A Duncan (Chair

23082021 Agenda and Reports Council Meeting

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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 including dog registrations

19 09 2016 agenda and reports resources and governance committee

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to meetings is the cost of security. Based on an hourly rate of $39.06 (as charged by Titanium Security for a static guard) and a minimum four hour payment, an approximate cost for provision of a security

28 09 2020 agenda and reports council meeting amended

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Development Sub Committee IBDSC2 Community Requests – Response Dashboard. 6.6.1 COVID-19 Rates Financial Hardship and measures for Sundry Debtors 5.7 Sport, Recreation and Grants Committee: 14