MINUTES of Council Special Meeting

30 June 2020

Held in the Council Chambers, Administration Building

45 Roderick Street, Ipswich

The meeting commenced at 9.30 am

 

ATTENDANCE AT COMMENCEMENT

Mayor Teresa Harding (Chairperson); Councillors Jacob Madsen, Sheila Ireland, Nicole Jonic, Paul Tully, Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle, Andrew Fechner, Kate Kunzelmann and Russell Milligan

WELCOME TO COUNTRY OR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Councillor Kate Kunzelmann

OPENING PRAYER

Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle

APOLOGIES AND LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Nil

DECLARATION OF INTEREST

COUNCILLOR SHEILA IRELAND

In accordance with section 175E of the Local Government Act 2009, Councillor Sheila Ireland informed the meeting that she has, or could reasonably be taken to have, a conflict of interest relating to Attachment 4 of Item 5.8 titled Rate Concession – Charitable, Non Profit/Sporting Organisation.

 

The nature of the interest is that Councillor Ireland was a member of the Queensland Country Women’s Association in 2015-2016.

 

It was moved by Mayor Teresa Harding, seconded by Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle that because there is no personal or financial benefit to Councillor Ireland she may participate in the meeting in relation to the matter, including by voting on the matter.

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

Councillor Sheila Ireland did not take part in the vote on this matter.

 

DECLARATION OF INTEREST

COUNCILLOR JACOB MADSEN

In accordance with section 175E of the Local Government Act 2009, Councillor Jacob Madsen informed the meeting that he has, or could reasonably be taken to have, a conflict of interest relating to Attachment 5 of Item 5.8 titled Rate Concession – Charitable, Non Profit/Sporting Organisation.

 

The nature of the interest is that Councillor Madsen is a member of the executive of the Ipswich Trades Hall and Labour Day Committee which operates the building. He is the assistant secretary and takes minutes at meetings however the rules of the committee outline that as a position which is on the executive, he has some involvement in decision making by the entity.

 

Councillor Jacob Madsen came to the conclusion that because of the nature of the conflict, he will exclude himself from the meeting while this matter is debated and the vote taken.

 

DECLARATION OF INTEREST

COUNCILLOR PAUL TULLY

In accordance with section 175E of the Local Government Act 2009, Councillor Paul Tully informed the meeting that he has, or could reasonably be taken to have, a conflict of interest relating to Attachment 5 of Item 5.8 titled Rate Concession – Charitable, Non Profit/Sporting Organisation.

 

The nature of Councillor Tully’s interest it that he:

·       is a former president and former patron of Goodna District Rugby League Club

·       is an honorary life member of the Goodna Bowls Club

·       provides pro-bono migration advice to clients of the West Moreton Migrant Resource Service

·       his spouse is employed by the Salvation Army Property Trust.

 

It was moved by Mayor Teresa Harding and seconded by Councillor Sheila Ireland that because there is no personal or financial benefit to Councillor Tully he may remain in the meeting but not participate in the vote on the matter.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

Councillor Paul Tully did not take part in the vote on this matter.

 

DECLARATION OF INTEREST

MAYOR TERESA HARDING

In accordance with section 175E of the Local Government Act 2009, Mayor Teresa Harding informed the meeting that she has, or could reasonably be taken to have, a conflict of interest relating to Attachment 3 of Item 5.8 titled Rate Concession – Charitable, Non Profit/Sporting Organisation.

 

The nature of the interest is that Mayor Harding is a patron of Ipswich Legacy.

 

It was moved by Mayor Teresa Harding and seconded by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann that because there is no personal or financial benefit to Mayor Harding she may remain in the meeting but not participate in the vote on the matter.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Madsen                                          Nil

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

Mayor Teresa Harding did not take part in the vote on this matter.

 

 

MAYORAL MINUTE – REMUNERATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTED MEMBERS

Moved by Mayor Teresa Harding:

That Ipswich City Council (“Council”), having consideration for the current financial challenges being experienced both by Council and our communities as a result of recent significant events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, resolve as follows:

 

A.                 That, in accordance with section 247 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Council forego the proposed wage increase for the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Councillors awarded to all Level 6 Councillors for 2020-2021, as approved by the Local Government Remuneration Commission.

 

B.                  That Council approve the remuneration to be paid to the Mayor, Deputy Mayor and Councillors for 2020-2021 be maintained as the 2019-2020 financial year rate as detailed below:

Category 6

Ipswich City Council

Mayor

$204,036

 

 

Deputy Mayor

$138,745

 

 

Councillor

$122,421

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

Attachments

1.     Mayoral Minute - Remuneration of Local Government Elected Members  

 

Budget Speech for adoption of the 2020-2021 budget

Mayor Teresa Harding presented her inaugural budget speech.

 

Attachments

1.     Budget Speech 30 June 2020  

Officers' reports:

 

5.1

Adoption of the 2020-2021 Budget and associated matters

Moved by Councillor Russell Milligan:

Seconded by Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle:

A.             That Ipswich City Council receive and note the contents of the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020 concerning the 2020‑2021 Budget and associated matters.

B.             That Ipswich City Council receive and note the Statement of Estimated Financial Position for the previous financial year 2019‑2020, outlined in Attachment 1 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

C.             That in accordance with section 81 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide the different rating categories of rateable land in the local government area as follows:

(a)      the rating categories of rateable land in the local government area are in column 1 of the table below which is stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020;

(b)      the description of each of the rating categories of rateable land in the local government area are in column 2 of the table below which is stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020;

(c)      the rating category to which each parcel of rateable land in the local government area belongs, is the rating category which is included in the Council’s rating files at the date of issue of a relevant quarterly rating assessment notice.


Column 1

Rating category of rateable land

Column 2

Description of rating category

1

Land not in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       is owner occupied;

(d)       is not located in Brookwater.

4

Land not used for a residential purpose or for profit purpose.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is not used for a residential purpose or for profit purpose.

8

Land in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is owner occupied or which is vacant land that is potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is either:

(i)      primarily residential and owner occupied; or

(ii)     vacant land that is potential owner occupied;

(c)       is located in Brookwater.

9

Land not in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       is not owner occupied;

(d)       is not located in Brookwater.

10

Land not in Brookwater which is vacant land less than 20,000m2 that is potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is vacant land;

(c)       is less than 20,000m2;

(d)       is potential owner occupied;

(e)       is not located in Brookwater.

11

Land not in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is owner occupied that is in a community titles scheme not in a high rise structure.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       is owner occupied;

(d)       is included in a community titles scheme;

(e)       is not in a high rise structure;

(f)        is not located in Brookwater.

15

Land in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is not owner occupied or which is vacant land that is not potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is either:

(i)      primarily residential and is not owner occupied; or

(ii)     vacant land that is not potential owner occupied;

(c)       is located in Brookwater.

16

Land not in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is not owner occupied that is in a community titles scheme not in a high rise structure.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       is not owner occupied;

(d)       is included in a community titles scheme;

(e)       is not in a high rise structure;

(f)        is not located in Brookwater.

17

Land not in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is owner occupied that is in a community titles scheme in a high rise structure.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       is owner occupied;

(d)       is included in a community titles scheme;

(e)       is in a high rise structure;

(f)        is not located in Brookwater.

18

Land not in Brookwater used for a residential purpose which is not owner occupied that is in a community titles scheme in a high rise structure.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       is not owner occupied;

(d)       is included in a community titles scheme;

(e)       is in a high rise structure;

(f)        is not located in Brookwater.

19

Land not in Brookwater which is vacant land less than 20,000m2 that is not potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is vacant land;

(c)       is less than 20,000m2;

(d)       is not potential owner occupied;

(e)       is not located in Brookwater.

22a

Land used for a multi residential purpose, with two dwellings or a dwelling with an auxiliary unit, which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes:

(i)---- two dwellings; or

(ii)--- a dwelling with an auxiliary unit;

(d)       none of the dwellings or the auxiliary unit are owner occupied.

22b

Land used for a multi residential purpose with three to five dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes three to five dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

22c

Land used for a multi residential purpose with six to nine dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes six to nine dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

22d

Land used for a multi residential purpose with 10 to 14 dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes 10 to 14 dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

22e

Land used for a multi residential purpose with 15 to 19 dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes 15 to 19 dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

22f

Land used for a multi residential purpose with 20 to 29 dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes 20 to 29 dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

22g

Land used for a multi residential purpose with 30 to 39 dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes 30 to 39 dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

22h

Land used for a multi residential purpose with 40 or more dwellings which are not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily residential;

(c)       includes 40 or more dwellings;

(d)       one or more of the dwellings is not owner occupied.

23

Land not in Brookwater which is vacant land that is 20,000m2 or greater and is potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is vacant land;

(c)       is 20,000m2 or greater;

(d)       is potential owner occupied;

(e)       is not located in Brookwater.

24

Land not in Brookwater which is vacant land that is 20,000m2 or greater and is not potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is vacant land;

(c)       is 20,000m2 or greater;

(d)       is not potential owner occupied;

(e)       is not located in Brookwater.

25

Land which is vacant land requiring rehabilitation as the subject of a previous extractive industry involving coal mining.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is vacant land;

(c)       has the Secondary Land Use Code of 78 Previous extractive industries land use requiring site rehabilitation;

(d)       requires rehabilitation as the subject of a previous extractive industry involving coal mining.

41

Land used for a farming and grazing purpose which is owner occupied or potential owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for farming and grazing;

(c)       is either:

(i)      owner occupied; or

(ii)     potential owner occupied.

42

Land used for a farming and grazing purpose which is not owner occupied.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for farming and grazing;

(c)       is not owner occupied.

43a

Land used for a commercial purpose with a rateable value of less than $200,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a commercial use;

(c)       has a rateable value of less than $200,000.

]43b

Land used for a commercial purpose with a rateable value of $200,000 to less than $500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a commercial use;

(c)       has a rateable value of $200,000 to less than $500,000.

43c

Land used for a commercial purpose with a rateable value of $500,000 to less than $1,000,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a commercial use;

(c)       has a rateable value of $500,000 to less than $1,000,000.

43d

Land used for a commercial purpose with a rateable value of $1,000,000 to less than $2,500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a commercial use;

(c)       has a rateable value of $1,000,000 to less than $2,500,000.

44a

Land used for a commercial purpose with a rateable value of $2,500,000 to less than $5,000,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a commercial use;

(c)       has a rateable value of $2,500,000 to less than $5,000,000.

44b

Land used for a commercial purpose with a rateable value of $5,000,000 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a commercial use;

(c)       has a rateable value of $5,000,000 or greater.

45

Land used for a noxious industry that is not in rating categories 46, 47b and 50. 

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a noxious industry;

(c)       is not in rating categories 46, 47b and 50.

46

Land used for a noxious industry involving waste recycling or waste processing.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       has the Secondary Land Use Code of 37 Noxious Industry - Waste Recycling/Processing;

(c)       is primarily for a noxious industry involving waste recycling or waste processing.

47a

Land used for an extractive industry involving coal mining or the rehabilitation of land the subject of a previous or current extractive industry involving coal mining.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       has the Secondary Land Use Codes of 00 Coal mining and ancillary and/or associated activities including mine rehabilitation;

(c)       is primarily for an extractive industry involving coal mining or the rehabilitation of land the subject of a previous or current extractive industry involving coal mining.

47b

Land used for a noxious industry involving a landfill.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       has any of the following Secondary Land Use Codes:

(i)      17 Noxious Industry Land Fill - Putrescible Material;

(ii)     27 Noxious Industry Land Fill - Non Putrescible Material;

(c)       is primarily for a noxious industry involving a landfill.

48

Land used for an extractive industry that is not in rating category 47a. 

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for an extractive industry not involving any of the following:

(i)      coal mining;

(ii)     rehabilitation of land the subject of a previous or current extractive industry involving coal mining;

(c)       is not in rating category 47a.

49a

Land used for a light industry with a rateable value of less than $500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a light industry;

(c)       has a rateable value of less than $500,000.

49b

Land used for a light industry with a rateable value of $500,000 to less than $1,000,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a light industry;

(c)       has a rateable value of $500,000 to less than $1,000,000.

49c

Land used for a light industry with a rateable value of $1,000,000 to less than $2,500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a light industry;

(c)       has a rateable value of $1,000,000 to less than $2,500,000.

49d

Land used for a light industry with a rateable value of $2,500,000 to less than $5,000,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a light industry;

(c)       has a rateable value of $2,500,000 to less than $5,000,000.

49e

Land used for a light industry with a rateable value of $5,000,000 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a light industry;

(c)       has a rateable value of $5,000,000 or greater.

50

Land used for a heavy industry.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       if the land has a Primary Council Land Use Code of 37 Noxious/Offensive Industry, the land also has a Secondary Land Use Code of 99 Power Station;

(c)       is primarily for a heavy industry.

55a

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2 and a rateable value of less than $200,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of less than $200,000.

55b

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2 and a rateable value of $200,000 to less than $500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of $200,000 to less than $500,000.

55c

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA less of than 5,000m2 and a rateable value of $500,000 to less than $1,000,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of $500,000 to less than $1,000,000.

55d

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2 and a rateable value of $1,000,000 to less than $2,500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 5,000m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of $1,000,000 to less than $2,500,000.

55e

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 5,000m2 to less than 7,500m2 and a rateable value of less than $2,500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 5,000m2 to less than 7,500m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of less than $2,500,000.

55f

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 7,500m2 to less than 10,000m2 and a rateable value of less than $2,500,000.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 7,500m2 to less than 10,000m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of less than $2,500,000.

55g

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 10,000m2 and a rateable value of $2,500,000 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of less than 10,000m2;

(c)       has a rateable value of $2,500,000 or greater.

55h1

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 10,000m2 to less than 12,500m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 10,000m2 to less than 12,500m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55h2

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 12,500m2 to less than 15,000m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 12,500m2 to less than 15,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55h3

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 15,000m2 to less than 17,500m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 15,000m2 to less than 17,500m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55h4

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 17,500m2 to less than 20,000m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 17,500m2 to less than 20,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55i1

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 20,000m2 to less than 25,000m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 20,000m2 to less than 25,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55i2

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 25,000m2 to less than 30,000m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 25,000m2 to less than 30,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55j

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 30,000m2 to less than 45,000m2 and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 30,000m2 to less than 45,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55k

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 45,000m2 or greater and a land area of less than 200,000m2.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 45,000m2 or greater;

(c)       has a land area of less than 200,000m2.

55l

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 10,000m2 to less than 20,000m2 and a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 10,000m2 to less than 20,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

55m

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 20,000mto less than 30,000m2 and a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 20,000m2 to less than 30,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

55n

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 30,000mto less than 45,000m2 and a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 30,000m2 to less than 45,000m2;

(c)       has a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

55o

Land used for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 45,000m2 or greater and a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

Land which meets all of the following criteria:

(a)       has any of the Primary Council Land Use Codes for this rating category;

(b)       is primarily for a retail purpose with a total GLA of 45,000m2 or greater;

(c)       has a land area of 200,000m2 or greater.

D.             That in accordance with section 257 of the Local Government Act 2009, Ipswich City Council delegate to the Chief Executive Officer the power to identify the rating category to which each parcel of rateable land belongs under section 81(4) and (5), section 82 and any other applicable provision of Chapter 4 of the Local Government Regulation 2012.

E.             That in accordance with section 94 of the Local Government Act 2009 and section 80 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide to levy differential general rates on rateable land in the local government area, on the basis stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

F.              That in accordance with section 74 and section 76 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide that the rateable value of land for the financial year will be the three (3)-year averaged value of the land, on the basis stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

G.             That in accordance with section 80 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide that the differential general rates for each rating category of rateable land in the local government area is that in column 2 of the table below which is stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

Column 1
Rating category

Column 2

Differential general rates

Column 3

Minimum amount of general rates

Column 4
Limitation on increase of levied
 2019-2020 differential general rates (%)

1

 0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $987

15

4

  0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $604

15

8

 0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $2,396

15

9

 0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,338

15

10

 0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $987

15

11

 0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $987

15

15

 0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $3,042

15

16

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,338

15

17

 0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $987

15

18

 0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,338

15

19

1.0043 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $1,338

15

22a

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $2,676

15

22b

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $4,013

15

22c

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $8,027

15

22d

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $13,378

15

22e

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $20,067

15

22f

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $26,756

15

22g

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $40,133

15

22h

0.9789 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $53,511

15

23

0.7338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $987

15

24

1.2338 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,338

15

25

6.5211 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,338

15

41

0.6738 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,303

15

42

0.8574 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,303

15

43a

1.8818cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,290

15

43b

1.9759 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

43c

2.0700 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

43d

2.1641 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

44a

2.3523 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

44b

2.4934 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

45

2.4464 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $1,704

15

46

4.8927 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $23,159

15

47a

19.2929 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $13,668

15

47b

 30.8790 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $442,368

5

48

 3.1991 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $2,187

15

49a

2.0700 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $1,446

15

49b

2.1641 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

49c

 2.2582 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

49d

2.4463 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

49e

 2.5875 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

50

3.1050 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

55a

 1.8818 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $1,290

15

55b

1.9759 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

55c

2.0700 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

55d

2.1641 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

15

55e

2.5875 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 Not applicable

7.5

55f

 3.0109 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

7.5

55g

 3.4813 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

Not applicable

7.5

55h1

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $329,042

15

55h2

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $406,815

15

55h3

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $484,588

15

55h4

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $562,360

15

55i1

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $666,070

15

55i2

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

  $769,433

15

55j

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $916,216

15

55k

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $1,465,986

15

55l

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $933,412

15

55m

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $1,399,965

15

55n

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $2,101,226

15

55o

 4.7958 cents in the dollar on the rateable value of all rateable land in this rating category

 $2,717,325

15

H.             That in accordance with section 77 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide that the minimum amount of general rates for certain rating categories of rateable land in the local government area is to be fixed to that amount in column 3 of the table in Resolution G, on the basis stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

I.               That in accordance with section 116 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide to limit the increase in the differential general rates for certain rating categories of rateable land in the local government area to not more than the differential general rates for the last financial year increased by the percentage stated in column 4 of the table in Resolution G, on the basis stated in Part 2 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

J.              That in accordance with section 94 of the Local Government Act 2009 and section 99 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide to levy utility charges for waste management services on rateable land in the local government area that are in column 2 of the table below, on the basis stated in Part 3 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.


 

Column 1

Type of waste management service

Column 2

Waste management utility charge per waste management service (per annum)

Household waste service

$371.00

Adjusted household waste service

$185.50

Green waste service

$80.00

Non-household waste service

$371.00

Non-household waste levy

$63.50

K.             That in accordance with section 94 of the Local Government Act 2009, section 94 of the Local Government Regulation 2012 and section 128A of the Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990, Ipswich City Council decide to levy a special charge of $39 per annum for the Rural Fire Brigades Services for the services, facilities or activities identified in the Rural Fire Resources Levy Special Charge Overall Plan, on rateable land in the local government area that specially benefits from the Rural Fire Brigades Services, on the basis stated in Part 4 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

L.              That in accordance with section 94 of the Local Government Act 2009, section 103 of the Local Government Regulation 2012 and section 128A of the Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990, Ipswich City Council decide to levy a separate charge of $3 per annum for the Rural Fire Brigades Services on rateable land in the local government area, on the basis stated in Part 5 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

M.            That in accordance with section 94 of the Local Government Act 2009 and section 103 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide to levy a separate charge of $46 per annum for the Ipswich Enviroplan on rateable land in the local government area, on the basis stated in Part 6 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

N.             That in accordance with section 107 of the Local Government Regulation 2012 and section 114 of the Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990, Ipswich City Council decide that rates and charges (including the Emergency Management Levy) will be levied quarterly on the basis stated in Part 7 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

O.             That Ipswich City Council decide on the basis stated in Part 7 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020, the following:

(a)      the period within which rates and charges (including the Emergency Management Levy under section 115 of the Fire and Emergency Services Act 1990) must be paid in accordance with section 118 of the Local Government Regulation 2012;

(b)      to allow ratepayers to pay rates and charges (including the Emergency Management Levy) by instalments in accordance with section 129 of the Local Government Regulation 2012;

(c)      to allow a discount for payment of rates and charges before the end of a period that ends on or before the due date for payment in accordance with section 130 of the Local Government Regulation 2012.

P.             That in accordance with section 133 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide that interest is payable on overdue rates and charges, at an annual rate of 8.53%, on the basis stated in Part 8 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

Q.            That in accordance with Chapter 4, Part 10 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council decide to grant a concession for rates and charges to an eligible pensioner who owns and occupies rateable land, on the basis stated in Part 9 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

R.             That in accordance with section 192 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council adopt the Debt Policy for 2020-2021 which is stated in Part 11 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

S.              That in accordance with section 191 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council adopt the Investment Policy for 2020‑2021 which is stated in Part 12 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

T.             That Ipswich City Council adopt the Financial Management Policy for 2020‑2021 which is stated in Part 13 of the 2020‑2021 Budget in Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020.

U.             That in accordance with section 104 of the Local Government Act 2009 and section 170 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, Ipswich City Council consider and adopt the 2020‑2021 Budget, which is Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020, that includes the following:

(a)      the Budget and Long-Term Financial Forecast which is stated in Part 1, including the Forecast Financial Statements: Statement of Income and Expenditure, Statement of Financial Position, Statement of Cash Flows and Statement of Changes in Equity;

(b)      the Revenue Statement which is stated in Part 10;

(c)      the Revenue Policy which is stated in Part 15;

(d)      the relevant measures of financial sustainability which is stated in Part 1;

(e)      the total value of the change, expressed as a percentage, in the rates and utility charges levied for the financial year compared with the rates and utility charges levied in the previous budget which is stated in Part 1.

V.             That it be recorded that in each case where a preceding Resolution refers to the whole or a part of a document which is in Attachment 1 or Attachment 2 to the report by the Manager, Finance dated 25 June 2020, the whole or part of the document is incorporated by reference into and forms part of the terms and content of the Resolution.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

5.2

Ipswich City Council Operational Plan 2020-2021

Moved by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

Seconded by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

That Council adopt the Operational Plan 2020-2021 as detailed in Attachment 1.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

Attachments

1.     Operational Plan  

 

5.3

Proposed 2020-2021 Fees and Charges

Moved by Councillor Jacob Madsen:

Seconded by Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle:

A.          That the proposed 2020-2021 Fees and Charges, as detailed in Attachment 1 to the report by the Treasury Accounting Manager dated 8 June 2020, excluding pages 16 to 18 and 19 to 23, be adopted with an effective date of 1 July 2020.

B.          That the amendments to Fees and Charges for 2020-2021, as detailed in Attachment 2 to the report by the Treasury Accounting Manager dated 8 June 2020, be received and noted.

C.          That the extension of COVID-19 fee relief measures for environmental health services, parks, sporting grounds and community facilities hire to 30 September 2020, as outlined in Attachment 4 to the report by the Treasury Accounting Manager dated 8 June 2020, be adopted.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

5.4

Rates relief in response to COVID-19

Moved by Councillor Nicole Jonic:

Seconded by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

A.          That in response to the COVID‑19 pandemic, Ipswich City Council approve the use of payment arrangements, granting of discounts and waiving of interest, generally in line with the report by the Treasury Accounting Manager dated 11 June 2020, for ratepayers who have been financially impacted by the COVID‑19 Pandemic.

B.          That the Chief Executive Officer implement appropriate administrative arrangements to facilitate the provision of payment arrangements, granting of discounts and waiving of interest, generally in line with the report by the Treasury Accounting Manager dated 11 June 2020, for ratepayers who have been financially impacted by the COVID‑19 Pandemic.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

5.5

Overall Plan for the Rural Fire Resources Levy Special Charge

Moved by Councillor Russell Milligan:

Seconded by Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle:

That in accordance with section 94 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, the Overall Plan for the Rural Fire Resources Levy Special Charge, as detailed in the report by the Treasury Accounting Manager dated 29 May 2020, be adopted.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

Attachment 2 to this report is confidential in accordance with section 275(1)(d) of the Local Government Regulation 2012 – “rating concession” as the attachment includes correspondence with the property owners.

5.6

Concession for General Rates - various properties

Moved by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

Seconded by Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle:

A.             That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the properties detailed in Table 1, be granted a 100% concession on the differential general rate for the 2018‑2019 and 2019‑2020 financial years, backdated as detailed in Table 1.

B.             That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the properties detailed in Table 1, be granted a 100% concession on the differential general rate for the 2020-2021 financial year.

Table 1

PROPERTY LOCATION

TRANSFER DATE

BACKDATED TO:

2/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

14 February 2019

5/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

22 March 2019

6/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

8 March 2019

9/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

15 March 2019

10/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

22 March 2019

11/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

22 March 2019

12/42 Foxtail Road, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

28 December 2018

8 March 2019

24 Joy Chambers Circuit, RIPLEY QLD 4306

14 October 2019

8 November 2019

24A Joy Chambers Circuit. RIPLEY QLD 4306

14 October 2019

8 November 2019

26 Joy Chambers Circuit, RIPLEY QLD 4306

14 October 2019

15 November 2019

26A Joy Chambers Circuit, RIPLEY QLD 4306

14 October 2019

8 November 2019

1 George Miller Way, RIPLEY  QLD  4306

4 February 2019

29 March 2019

128 Joy Chambers Circuit, RIPLEY QLD 4306

4 February 2019

28 March 2019

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE                                                    

Councillors:                          Councillors:                                                   

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

Attachment 2 to this report is confidential in accordance with section 275(1)(d) of the Local Government Regulation 2012 – “rating concession” as the attachment includes correspondence with the property owner.

5.7

Concession for General Rates - 4 Cribb Street, SADLIERS CROSSING  QLD  4305

Moved by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

Seconded by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

A.             That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the property at 4 Cribb Street, SADLIERS CROSSING  QLD  4305, be granted a 100% concession of the differential general rate for the 2019‑2020 financial year, backdated to 28 January 2020.

B.             That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the property at 4 Cribb Street, SADLIERS CROSSING  QLD  4305, be granted a 100% concession of the differential general rate for the 2020-2021 financial year.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE                                                    

Councillors:                          Councillors:                                                   

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

5.8

Rate Concession - Charitable, Non Profit/Sporting Organisation

 

AMENDMENT

Moved by Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle:

Seconded by Councillor Russell Milligan:

That the following amendments to the Rate Concession Charitable, Non Profit/Sporting Organisation Recommendations be adopted:

 

A.            That the Salvation Army (Queensland) Property Trust be removed from Attachment 2 and included in Attachment 6.

 

B.             That the Queensland Country Women’s Association be removed from Attachment 4 and included in Attachment 2.

 

C.             That Recommendation C be removed.

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

Moved by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

Seconded by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

 

That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the properties as detailed in Attachment 2, be granted a 100% concession of the differential general rate for the 2020-2021 financial year.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                  NEGATIVE

Councillors:                    Councillors:

Harding                                     Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

Mayor Teresa Harding requested Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle assume the Chair to move the motion related to Attachment 3 involving Ipswich Legacy.

 

Deputy Mayor Marnie Doyle assumed the Chair at 10.19 am.

 

 

Moved by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

Seconded by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the properties as detailed in Attachment 3, be granted a 100% concession of the differential general rate for the 2020-2021 financial year.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                  NEGATIVE

Councillors:                    Councillors:

Madsen                                    Nil

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

Due to a declared conflict of interest Mayor Teresa Harding did not take part in the vote on this matter.

 

 

Mayor Teresa Harding resumed the Chair at 10.21 am.

 

At 10.22 am Councillor Jacob Madsen left the meeting room.

 

Moved by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

Seconded by Councillor Russell Milligan:

           That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the properties as detailed in Attachment 5, be granted a 100% concession of the differential general rate for the 2020-2021 financial year.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                  NEGATIVE

Councillors:                    Councillors:

Harding                                     Nil

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

All Councillors except Councillor Jacob Madsen were present when the vote was taken.

 

At 10.23 am Councillor Jacob Madsen returned to the meeting.

 

Moved by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

Seconded by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

           That having satisfied the criteria in s120 of the Local Government Regulation 2012, as well as the Rates Concession Policy, the properties as detailed in Attachment 6, be granted a 100% concession of the differential general rate for the 2020-2021 financial year.

 

AFFIRMATIVE                  NEGATIVE

Councillors:                    Councillors:

Harding                                     Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

Due to a declared conflict of interest, Councillor Paul Tully did not take part in the vote on this matter.

 

Attachments

1.     Rates Concession updated report

2.     Updated Attachment 2

3.     Updated Attachment 6  

 

5.9

Councillor Discretionary Funds

Moved by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

Seconded by Councillor Russell Milligan:

That the policy titled ‘Councillor Discretionary Funds’ as detailed in Attachment 1 to the report by the Community Grants Coordinator dated 22 June 2020, be adopted.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 

5.10

Community Funding and Support Programs

Moved by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

Seconded by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

That the report be received and the contents noted.

 

variation to motion

Councillor Paul Tully proposed a variation to the motion:

 

That receipt of applications for the Ipswich Community Repair and Replacement Fund open on 1 July and close on 31 August 2020.

 

The mover and seconder of the original motion agreed to the proposed variation.

 

 

Moved by Councillor Kate Kunzelmann:

Seconded by Councillor Andrew Fechner:

 

A.                 That the report be received and the contents noted.

 

B.                  That receipt of applications for the Ipswich Community Repair and Replacement Fund open on 1 July and close on 31 August 2020.

 

 

AFFIRMATIVE                        NEGATIVE

Councillors:                          Councillors:

Harding                                          Nil

Madsen

Ireland

Jonic

Tully

Doyle

Fechner

Kunzelmann

Milligan

 

The motion was put and carried.

 


MEETING CLOSED

The meeting closed at 10.50 am.