Council Decided - 12 April 2016Posted Friday 15 April 2016
Draft MOSPLAN Delivery Program, Operational Plan, Budget and Pricing Policy – Schedule of Fees and Charges
The latest revisions to Council’s 2013-2017 Delivery Program, together with a draft 2016-2017 Operational Plan, Budget and Pricing Policy – Schedule of Fees and Charges were considered by Council and endorsed in principle for exhibition. The documents approved for exhibition include new loan borrowings of $2 million to further augment programmed footpath works in Mosman.
The exhibition period for the draft documents commences on Friday 15 April and closes on Sunday 15 May 2016. All documents will be available for review at the Mosman Civic Centre, the Barry O’Keefe Library and at yourvoicemosman.com.au. Submissions on the draft documents can be made by regular mail, email to email@example.com or via the online submission form on this website.
Council Amalgamations – Minister’s Invitation to Councillors for Expressions of Interest
Following discussion on the Minister for Local Government’s invitation to Councillors to participate in interim arrangements for newly merged Councils, it was resolved that Council seek an urgent meeting with the Premier and Minister for Local Government to request:
1. The State Government commit to maintain true, elected, representative, local democracy and avoid the risk of actual or perceived party political bias and conflict of interest associated with the Expression of Interest
2. The immediate withdrawal of the Expression of Interest for Councillors
3. In the event that the NSW Government decides to force an amalgamation of Mosman Council with other councils, against the wishes of the Mosman community, Mosman Council requests that the Minister for local Government at least respects the mandate of Mosman’s popularly elected Mayor, and request that the Mosman Mayor be asked to represent the Mosman Community as an Administrator or as a Councillor on the new merged council until elections are held for the new Council