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Extraordinary Finance Advisory Committee Meeting

 

 

An Extraordinary Finance Advisory Committee Meeting of Byron Shire Council will be held as follows:

 

Venue

Conference Room, Station Street, Mullumbimby

Date

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Time

4.00pm

 

 

 

 

Mark Arnold

Director Corporate and Community Services                                                                    I2016/675

                                                                                                                                    Distributed 15/06/16

 

 


CONFLICT OF INTERESTS

What is a “Conflict of Interests” - A conflict of interests can be of two types:

Pecuniary - an interest that a person has in a matter because of a reasonable likelihood or expectation of appreciable financial gain or loss to the person or another person with whom the person is associated.

Non-pecuniary – a private or personal interest that a Council official has that does not amount to a pecuniary interest as defined in the Local Government Act (eg. A friendship, membership of an association, society or trade union or involvement or interest in an activity and may include an interest of a financial nature).

Remoteness – a person does not have a pecuniary interest in a matter if the interest is so remote or insignificant that it could not reasonably be regarded as likely to influence any decision the person might make in relation to a matter or if the interest is of a kind specified in Section 448 of the Local Government Act.

Who has a Pecuniary Interest? - a person has a pecuniary interest in a matter if the pecuniary interest is the interest of the person, or another person with whom the person is associated (see below).

Relatives, Partners - a person is taken to have a pecuniary interest in a matter if:

§  The person’s spouse or de facto partner or a relative of the person has a pecuniary interest in the matter, or

§  The person, or a nominee, partners or employer of the person, is a member of a company or other body that has a pecuniary interest in the matter.

N.B. “Relative”, in relation to a person means any of the following:

(a)   the parent, grandparent, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, lineal descends or adopted child of the person or of the person’s spouse;

(b)   the spouse or de facto partners of the person or of a person referred to in paragraph (a)

No Interest in the Matter - however, a person is not taken to have a pecuniary interest in a matter:

§  If the person is unaware of the relevant pecuniary interest of the spouse, de facto partner, relative or company or other body, or

§  Just because the person is a member of, or is employed by, the Council.

§  Just because the person is a member of, or a delegate of the Council to, a company or other body that has a pecuniary interest in the matter provided that the person has no beneficial interest in any shares of the company or body.

Disclosure and participation in meetings

§  A Councillor or a member of a Council Committee who has a pecuniary interest in any matter with which the Council is concerned and who is present at a meeting of the Council or Committee at which the matter is being considered must disclose the nature of the interest to the meeting as soon as practicable.

§  The Councillor or member must not be present at, or in sight of, the meeting of the Council or Committee:

(a)   at any time during which the matter is being considered or discussed by the Council or Committee, or

(b)   at any time during which the Council or Committee is voting on any question in relation to  the matter.

No Knowledge - a person does not breach this Clause if the person did not know and could not reasonably be expected to have known that the matter under consideration at the meeting was a matter in which he or she had a pecuniary interest.

Participation in Meetings Despite Pecuniary Interest (S 452 Act)

A Councillor is not prevented from taking part in the consideration or discussion of, or from voting on, any of the matters/questions detailed in Section 452 of the Local Government Act.

Non-pecuniary Interests - Must be disclosed in meetings.

There are a broad range of options available for managing conflicts & the option chosen will depend on an assessment of the circumstances of the matter, the nature of the interest and the significance of the issue being dealt with.  Non-pecuniary conflicts of interests must be dealt with in at least one of the following ways:

§  It may be appropriate that no action be taken where the potential for conflict is minimal.  However, Councillors should consider providing an explanation of why they consider a conflict does not exist.

§  Limit involvement if practical (eg. Participate in discussion but not in decision making or vice-versa).  Care needs to be taken when exercising this option.

§  Remove the source of the conflict (eg. Relinquishing or divesting the personal interest that creates the conflict)

§  Have no involvement by absenting yourself from and not taking part in any debate or voting on the issue as if the provisions in S451 of the Local Government Act apply (particularly if you have a significant non-pecuniary interest)

RECORDING OF VOTING ON PLANNING MATTERS

Clause 375A of the Local Government Act 1993 – Recording of voting on planning matters

(1)   In this section, planning decision means a decision made in the exercise of a function of a council under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979:

(a)   including a decision relating to a development application, an environmental planning instrument, a development control plan or a development contribution plan under that Act, but

(b)   not including the making of an order under Division 2A of Part 6 of that Act.

(2)   The general manager is required to keep a register containing, for each planning decision made at a meeting of the council or a council committee, the names of the councillors who supported the decision and the names of any councillors who opposed (or are taken to have opposed) the decision.

(3)   For the purpose of maintaining the register, a division is required to be called whenever a motion for a planning decision is put at a meeting of the council or a council committee.

(4)   Each decision recorded in the register is to be described in the register or identified in a manner that enables the description to be obtained from another publicly available document, and is to include the information required by the regulations.

(5)   This section extends to a meeting that is closed to the public.

 


BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL

Extraordinary Finance Advisory Committee Meeting

 

 

BUSINESS OF MEETING

 

1.    Apologies

2.    Declarations of Interest – Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary

3.    Adoption of Minutes from Previous Meetings

3.1       Finance Advisory Committee Meeting held on 12 May 2016

4.    Business Arising From Previous Minutes

5.    Staff Reports

Corporate and Community Services

5.1       Review of Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates ..................................................................... 4   

 

 


BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL

Staff Reports - Corporate and Community Services                                            5.1

 

 

Staff Reports - Corporate and Community Services

 

Report No. 5.1             Review of Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates

Directorate:                 Corporate and Community Services

Report Author:           James Brickley, Manager Finance

File No:                        I2016/298

Theme:                         Corporate Management

                                      Administrative Services

 

 

Summary:

 

The preparation of Council’s annual Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy (including budget estimates and fees and charges) is regulated under the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework requirements legislated by the Local Government Act 1993 (Sections 402 to 406). Management, in consultation with the elected Council, have developed the 2016/17 draft Statement of Revenue Policy (including the Budget Estimates, Rates and Charges, Borrowings and Fees and Charges), and the 2016/17 draft Operational Plan.

 

Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 28 April 2016 resolved through resolution 16-221 to place the Draft 2016/17 Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

 

At the time of preparing this report, the Draft 2016/17 Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy was still on public exhibition.  In that regard this review of the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates does not consider any submissions received. 

 

The public exhibition period closed on 9 June 2016.  It is proposed to table copies of submissions received at the Finance Advisory Committee, for consideration in conjunction with the reviewed Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates.

 

  

 

RECOMMENDATION:

1.       That the Finance Advisory Committee consider the further review of the Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates as indicated in this report.

 

2.       That subject to any further amendments, the Finance Advisory Committee recommend to Council the adoption of the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates (E2016/42599) as part of the Draft 2016/2017 Draft Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy.

 

 

Attachments:

 

1        Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates (detailed), E2016/42599 , page 14  

 

 


 

Report

 

The preparation of Council’s annual Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy (including budget estimates and fees and charges) is regulated under the Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework requirements legislated by the Local Government Act 1993 (Sections 402 to 406). Management, in consultation with the elected Council, have developed the 2016/17 draft Statement of Revenue Policy (including the Budget Estimates, Rates and Charges, Borrowings and Fees and Charges), and the 2016/17 draft Operational Plan.

 

Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 28 April 2016 resolved through resolution 16-221 to place the Draft 2016/17 Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

 

At the time of preparing this report, the Draft 2016/17 Operational Plan and Statement of Revenue Policy was still on public exhibition.  In that regard this review of the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates does not consider any submissions received. 

 

The public exhibition period closed on 14 June 2016.  It is proposed to table copies of submissions received at the Finance Advisory Committee, for consideration in conjunction with the reviewed Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates.

 

Draft 2016/17 Statement of Revenue Policy

 

·    Draft Budget Estimates

 

The Draft 2016/17 Statement of Revenue Policy placed on public exhibition in accordance with resolution 16-221 is based on the 2015/2016 budget reviewed at 31 December 2015 with various changes to reflect the increased price of service delivery across all programs developed from the input received from each Council Directorate.  The budget document is also based further on the revised Organisation Structure as it has been implemented.

 

The Draft of 2016/2017 Budget Result placed on public exhibition on a Consolidated (All Funds) basis forecast a balanced result with the details of that result being included below at Table 1.

 

Table 1 – Forecast Budget Result 2016/2017 Consolidated (All Funds)

 

Item

Amount $

Operating Result

 

Operating Revenue

72,719,600

Less: Operating Expenditure

72,468,000

Operating Result – Surplus/(Deficit)

251,600

 

 

Funding  Result

 

 

 

Operating Result – Surplus/ (Deficit)

251,600

Add: Non cash expenses – Depreciation

12,515,100

Add: Capital Grants and Contributions

18,528,000

Add: Loan Funds Used

0

Add: Asset Sales

760,000

Less: Capital Works

(41,669,800)

Less: Loan Principal Repayments

(2,664,300)

Funding Result – Surplus/(Deficit) (Cash Movement)

(12,279,400)

Reserves Movement – Increase/(Decrease)

(12,279,400)

Overall Budget Result – Surplus/(Deficit) (Operating + Funding)

0

 

Table 1 indicates a forecasted balanced budget result and this relates to the General Fund.  The forecast General Fund Accumulated Surplus (Working Funds) position based on the draft budget included at Table 1 is outlined in Table 2 below:

 

Table 2 – Revised Forecast General Fund Accumulated Surplus (Working Funds)

 

Item

$

Forecast accumulated surplus to 30 June 2016 at 31 December 2015 Budget Review

919,100

Add: Estimated initial draft 2016/2017 budget result

0

Forecast accumulated surplus to 30 June 2016

919,100

 

During the public exhibition period, the Draft 2016/2017 Statement of Revenue Policy incorporating the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates has been further reviewed.  The revised detailed budget position is contained at Annexure 1 but in summary outlined in Table 3 below:

 

Table 3 – Forecast Budget Result 2016/2017 Consolidated (All Funds) revised during public exhibition period

 

Item

Amount $

Operating Result

 

Operating Revenue

72,763,800

Less: Operating Expenditure

72,672,800

Operating Result – Surplus/(Deficit)

91,000

 

 

Funding  Result

 

 

 

Operating Result – Surplus/ (Deficit)

91,000

Add: Non cash expenses – Depreciation

12,515,100

Add: Capital Grants and Contributions

19,043,000

Add: Loan Funds Used

0

Add: Asset Sales

1,673,000

Less: Capital Works

(52,159,600)

Less: Loan Principal Repayments

(2,664,300)

Funding Result – Surplus/(Deficit) (Cash Movement)

(21,501,800)

Reserves Movement – Increase/(Decrease)

21,539,400

Overall Budget Result – Surplus/(Deficit) (Operating + Funding)

37,600

 

Table 3 indicates a forecasted surplus budget result and this relates to the General Fund.  The forecast General Fund Accumulated Surplus (Working Funds) position based on the draft budget included at Table 3 is outlined in Table 4 below:

 

Table 4 – Revised Forecast General Fund Accumulated Surplus (Working Funds)

 

Item

$

Forecast accumulated surplus to 30 June 2016 at 31 March 2016 Budget Review

919,100

Add: Estimated initial draft 2016/2017 budget result

37,600

Forecast accumulated surplus to 30 June 2016

956,700

 

Contained within Attachment 1 are budgeted financial statements incorporating an Operating Statement and Cash Flow Statements. These financial statements have been updated with the revised Draft 2016/17 budget estimates as outlined in tables 3 and 4 above.

The revised Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates are also suggesting that Council’s overall revenue and operational expenses are expected to be derived from the following sources and allocated respectively as outlined in the graphs below:

 

 

 

In addition to the operational aspects of the proposed Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates as revised during the public exhibition period, Council is now proposing a capital works program of $52.159million.  This amount includes $35.319million in the General Fund, $9.325million in the Water Fund and $7.516million in the Sewerage Fund.  In terms of overall proposed capital works expenditure, the graph below indicates the proportionate allocation by Budget Program:

 

 

The major changes to the proposed Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates have been realised by the following factors:

 

Council Resolutions:

 

·    Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 28 April 2016 through resolution 16-221 part 3 and 4 requested a briefing on the operations of the Cavanbah Centre.  This briefing was provided to the Councillor Strategic Planning Workshop held on 26 May 2016.  Following this briefing, the budget for the Cavanbah Centre has been reviewed which has seen the overall budget result for the Cavanbah Centre Budget program reduce from a deficit of $712,000 to a revised deficit of $590,100.  The deficit improvement of $121,900 has been returned to the budget result.

 

·    Council at its Ordinary Meeting on 28 April 2016 considered report 13.3 regarding Lone Goat Gallery Strategic Plan.  Council through part 3 of resolution 16-215 determined that Council support the appointment and funding of a part-time Gallery Coordinator to implement critical priorities in the Loan Goat Gallery Strategic Plan 2016-2019.  At this stage provision of $54,000 has been included in the Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates contained at Attachment 1 to fund a part-time Gallery Coordinator. Part 3 of resolution 16-215 suggests the identification of possible funding sources for the position.  At this time any potential funding sources have not been included so if funding sources do eventuate during 2016/17, this will represent an improvement to the overall budget result. Actions are taking place in conjunction with the Lone Goat Gallery S355 Committee to establish potential funding opportunities for the implementation of the 2016-2019 Strategic Plan and funding the part-time Gallery Coordinator.

 

·    Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 19 May 2016 considered and adopted through resolution 16-239 the 31 March 2016 Quarter Budget Review of the 2015/16 Budget Estimates.  This particular Quarterly Budget Review did a reassessment of the expected level of capital works to be completed during 2015/16 in relation to the extent of works budgeted in the 2015/16 Budget Estimates.  Contained within the 31 March 2016 Budget Review were reductions in capital works budgets totalling $7.220million representing $3.288million for General Fund, $1.723million for Water Fund and $2.210million for Sewerage Fund.  The projects and the funding not to be completed in the 2015/2016 financial year have been added to the revised Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates and is the principal reason that the overall capital works budget for 2016/17 is now in excess of $52million.

 

·    Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 9 June 2016 considered Report 16.2 concerning Tenders for the construction of water supply reservoirs at Byron Bay and Bangalow. Part 2 of resolution 16-287 increased the funding for this project for the 2016/17 financial year from held Section 64 Developer Contributions in the Water Fund by $3,369,000 above the original estimates provided in the Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates placed on public exhibition.  This adjustment has been also incorporated into Attachment 1 to this report.

 

·    Council at its Ordinary Meeting held on 9 June 2016 considered Report 13.11 regarding Infrastructure Works in the North of the Council Area funded from the Roundhouse Development.  Council allocated funding to specific projects through resolution 16-298 in the areas of Open Spaces and Road Renewals.  The Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates included at Attachment 1 now reflect the allocations determined by Council. 

 

Other Adjustments:

 

Aside from the resolutions of Council outlined above, there are other proposed adjustments to the Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates that have been included in Attachment 1.  These adjustments include:

 

·    The Draft 2016/17 Budget provides $176,000 in funding towards the Bangalow Weir.  The Draft 2016/17 Budget Estimates placed on public exhibition included $150,000 of the funding from Council general revenue.  During the exhibition period, Council has been notified of a grant for $100,000 towards this project from the NSW Environmental Trust.

 

·    There have been further revision to the Financial Services Budget Program and People and Culture Services Budget Program in response to further implementation of the Organisation Restructure regarding the transfer of responsibility for the payroll function of Council.  This includes the provision of a further $15,500 inclusive of oncosts to provide additional seven hours per week to the part-time Payroll Officer position.

 

·    There has been further revision to the General Managers Budget Program to provide additional resources for Customer Service. The estimated costs of the additional resources is $100,000.

 

·    Reassessment of the distribution of Council overheads or support costs allocated incorporating further review of the Organisation restructure and incorporation of the employment costs in the above two immediate dot points that are distributed to other Budget Programs.

 

·    Proposed further funding provision of $37,100 to be included for the 2016 New Years Eve event within the Local Roads and Drainage Budget Program, Economic Development Budget Program and Community Development Budget Program.  Provision of the additional funding will provide a total budget for the New Years Eve Event to be $130,000.

 

·    Proposed provision of a further $30,000 to the Governance Services Program to assist in the development of the next suite of Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting documents that are due after 30 June 2017 including community consultation and engagement

 

·    Proposed provision of a further $30,000 to the Community Development Budget Program to implement the Regional Wellbeing Indicator Project.  As part of the adoption of the revised 2015/2016 Budget following the 31 March 2016 Budget Review, Council identified the funding to be allocated to this project for the 2016/17 financial year through the Community Development Reserve.

 

Financial Implications

 

Council in the preparation of its Operational Plan is required to include a number of statements in relation to its Revenue Policy for 2016/2017.  This includes a statement containing the draft estimate of Council’s Income and Expenditure or Budget for this period.  The other statements identified in Clause 201 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 are in the main dependant upon the rate pegging limits approved by the Minister for Local Government (now the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART)), any application for a special rate variation and Council’s decisions in relation to expenditure, income and the associated fees and charges.

 

The assumptions/parameters used in preparing the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates include the following:

 

·    Rate peg increase 1.8% as announced by IPART.

·    Growth in rateable assessments of 1%.

·    Indexation of expenditure limited to 0.8% to assist in deriving a 1% efficiency gain.

·    Allowance of the 2.8% pay increase applicable in 2017/2018 under the Local Government (State) Award 2014.

·    No new loan borrowings proposed for 2016/2017.

·    Interest on investments around 3% plus active management of the investment portfolio to keep it short around three month maturities to take opportunities of market offerings.

·    Reflective of the Actions contained in the Draft 2016/2017 Operational Plan.

 

The financial forecast of the General Fund has been discussed in detail earlier in this report, however it is suggested Council needs to look at its longer term financial position, especially in the area of infrastructure maintenance and renewal in comparison to other areas of service provided.   This is especially so given the requirements stipulated by the NSW State Government as part of its ‘Fit for the Future’ reform.

 

The Water and Sewer budgets have been prepared with pricing to generate the required revenue to repay debt (Sewer), to address capital works and ongoing maintenance works in these Funds.

 

Whilst this report is concerned with the oncoming 2016/2017 financial year, Council also needs to consider its longer term financial projections.  In that regard, the long term financial projections currently do not include the following:

 

·   Direct linkage to any funding gap yet to be identified in Asset Management Service Plans which could require greater funding then current budget allocations.

 

·   Review current budget projections over the next nine financial years beyond 2016/2017 in order to update the Long Term Financial Plan.  Current expenditure predictions on an operational and capital basis are in excess of revenue sources identified.

 

The budget projections realistically still demonstrate the difficulty Council has absorbing additional costs without corresponding revenue.  It can only be emphasised that Council must consider carefully the long term implications on its finances, in any consideration to add a new asset/service. 

 

Subject to Council approving the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates forming part of the Draft 2016/2017 Operational Plan it will need to revisit and update the Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) for the period 2016/2017 to 2026/2027 including the provision of scenarios. 

 

Once Council has determined the Draft 2016/2017 Budget Estimates position, work on updating the Long Term Financial Plan (LTFP) will commence which will also require a review of the projected budget results for the following nine financial years subsequent to 2016/2017 in accordance with the adopted Council Improvement Plan under Fit for the Future.   Further work is also proposed to be undertaken to incorporate Council’s progress against the Fit for the Future benchmarks projected for the 2016/2017 financial year.

 

Statutory and Policy Compliance Implications

 

In respect of the Draft 2014/2015 Operational Plan, Council must comply with the provisions of Section 405 of the Local Government Act 1993 as described below concerning the adoption of an Operational Plan.

405   Operational plan

“(1)  A council must have a plan (its operational plan) that is adopted before the beginning of each year and details the activities to be engaged in by the council during the year as part of the delivery program covering that year.

 

(2)  An operational plan must include a statement of the council’s revenue policy for the year covered by the operational plan. The statement of revenue policy must include the statements and particulars required by the regulations.

 

(3)  A council must prepare a draft operational plan and give public notice of the draft indicating that submissions may be made to the council at any time during the period (not less than 28 days) that the draft is to be on public exhibition. The council must publicly exhibit the draft operational plan in accordance with the notice.

 

(4)  During the period of public exhibition, the council must have for inspection at its office (and at such other places as it may determine) a map that shows those parts of its area to which each category and sub-category of the ordinary rate and each special rate included in the draft operational plan applies.

 

(5)  In deciding on the final operational plan to be adopted, a council must consider any submissions that have been made concerning the draft plan.

 

(6)  The council must post a copy of its operational plan on the council’s website within 28 days after the plan is adopted.”

 

The specific statements required by Council to be disclosed as part of its Revenue Policy are determined by Clause 201 of the Local Government (General) Regulation 2005 as follows:

 

201 Annual statement of council’s revenue policy

 

“(1)    The statement of a council’s revenue policy for a year that is required to be included in an operational plan under section 405 of the Act must include the following statements:

 

(a) a statement containing a detailed estimate of the council’s income and expenditure,

 

          (b) a statement with respect to each ordinary rate and each special rate proposed to be levied,

 

Note: The annual statement of revenue policy may include a note that the estimated yield from ordinary rates is subject to the specification of a percentage variation by the Minister if that variation has not been published in the Gazette when public notice of the annual statement of revenue policy is given.

 

(c) a statement with respect to each charge proposed to be levied,

 

(d) a statement of the types of fees proposed to be charged by the council and, if the fee concerned is a fee to which Division 3 of Part 10 of Chapter 15 of the Act applies, the amount of each such fee,

 

(e) a statement of the council’s proposed pricing methodology for determining the prices of goods and the approved fees under Division 2 of Part 10 of Chapter 15 of the Act for services provided by it, being an avoidable costs pricing methodology determined by the council in accordance with guidelines issued by the Director-General,

 

(f) a statement of the amounts of any proposed borrowings (other than internal borrowing), the sources from which they are proposed to be borrowed and the means by which they are proposed to be secured.

 

(2)     The statement with respect to an ordinary or special rate proposed to be levied must include the following particulars:

 

(a) the ad valorem amount (the amount in the dollar) of the rate,

 

(b) whether the rate is to have a base amount and, if so:

 

(i) the amount in dollars of the base amount, and

 

(ii) the percentage, in conformity with section 500 of the Act, of the total amount payable by the levying of the rate, or, in the case of the rate, the rate for the category or sub-category concerned of the ordinary rate, that the levying of the base amount will produce,

 

(c) the estimated yield of the rate,

 

(d) in the case of a special rate-the purpose for which the rate is to be levied,

 

(e) the categories or sub-categories of land in respect of which the council proposes to levy the rate.

 

(3)     The statement with respect to each charge proposed to be levied must include the following particulars:

 

(a) the amount or rate per unit of the charge,

 

(b) the differing amounts for the charge, if relevant,

 

(c) the minimum amount or amounts of the charge, if relevant,

 

(d) the estimated yield of the charge,

 

(e) in relation to an annual charge for the provision by the council of coastal protection services (if any)-a map or list (or both) of the parcels of rateable land that are to be subject to the charge.

 

(4)     The statement of fees and the statement of the pricing methodology need not include information that could confer a commercial advantage on a competitor of the council. “

 

 


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BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL

Staff Reports - Corporate and Community Services                                                           5.1 - Attachment 1


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BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL

Staff Reports - Corporate and Community Services                                 5.1 - Attachment 1