28 May 2017

Full Council Meeting : May 22nd 2017

The following may be of interest:

  • Parking Permits; Cr Schnell asked staff to provide a report into the removal of residential parking permit costs across the city. Other alternatives were debated: Council accepted a  review of the current residential parking permits and costs
  • Council funding for the lights at Millswood Lawns Croquet was passed.
  • 41 Oxford Tce is now looking a little unloved as Kirrinari school has closed. Both sites are owned by Council. Cr Salaman sked staff to investigate the use of this site for parking. PASSED
  • Leah St Traffic Volumes and Heavy Vehicles: The report outlined that Leah St carries the amount of traffic that could be expected on a collector road. However, the use of the streets by heavy vehicles, if diminished, would shift the problem onto other streets. Council will continue to work with DPTI to manage traffic diversions to limit the use of Leah St. The problem for residents is not likely to be solved in the short term.
  • Nairne Tce will be upgraded. The new streetscape will include a wider footpath and new trees.
  • Council will continue to support the Unley Gourmet Gala
  • The Community Grant money was approved for most applicants. This included money for the Forestville Hockey Club (purchase of equipment), Clarence Park Community Centre (bike repair station) and Goodwood Saints Football Club (new equipment)

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