AGM Adjourned to Wednesday 15 October- Agenda

The North Canberra Community Council Annual General Meeting has been adjourned to 7.30 pm on Wednesday 15 October, at ACT Sports House (former Hackett Primary School), 100 Maitland Street, Hackett. The agenda is as follows:

1.GUEST PRESENTATION/S

  • Lyneham Commons Food Forest

2.STANDING ITEMS

3.Attendance and Apologies

4.Committee report

5.ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ADJOURNED FROM 17 SEPTEMBER

  • Confirm the minutes of the preceding Annual General Meeting 16 October 2013
  • Receive from the committee reports on the activities of NCCC during the last preceding financial year
  • Elect members of office bearers and Committee
  • Financial Reports

6.OTHER BUSINESS ADJOURNED FROM 17 SEPTEMBER

  • Confirm the minutes of General Meetings 16 July and 20 August

7.Draft Omnibus Territory Plan Variation subcommittee report

8.ACT & Murrumbidgee Basin Priority Project update

  • City to the Lake & possible loss of the Civic Pool
  • Loss of green space

9. OTHER BUSINESS

  • Traffic safety at Rosary or Majura schools
  • Consideration of motion on light rail
    • The North Canberra Community Council notes that page 6 of the Capital Metro Industry Briefing presentation of 15 September shows fifteen light rail stops from Gungahlin Place to Alinga Street, but states “13 stops in total (including termini).”
    • The Council also notes that the omission of any one of those fifteen stops will:
    • increase total journey times by up to six minutes for residents within walking distance of the omitted stop;
    • cut less than one minute from all-stops tram travel times;
    • have no impact on express tram travel times; and
    • adversely affect the amenity, viability and value of current and future developments within walking distance of the omitted tram stop.
    • The Council calls on the ACT Government to commit to:
    • building all of the fifteen light rail stops shown in the September Industry Briefing presentation unless there is a business case that clearly demonstrates the advantages of having fewer stops;
    • publishing the criteria that it intends to use to determine which stops to retain; and
    • conducting public consultation on which stops should be retained.
  • Courtyard walls and traffic management
    • Draft variation 306 permitted greater use of courtyard walls near property boundaries. Such walls are increasingly being used to address privacy issues relating to poorly managed traffic and parking.

10. Any other business

11. Close of meeting

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