Elected 9 September 2017
Marghanita da Cruz wants to build a community with good footpaths to public transport, community centres and green spaces. Facilities to help us lead active lives. An environment in which we look after our waterways, and harness energy from the sun and wind.
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Amendment (Da Cruz/Steer)
1. The draft Sporting Grounds Allocation Policy be amended as follows:
a) Participation Statistics (Club, Allocated Time & Grounds, Sport, Adult Men, Adult Women, Girls Under 16, Boys Under 16, Residents of the LGA, Non-Residents and people identifying as having a disability) to be collected and published on website;
b) Hockey be included the list of Traditional Sports in the Sporting Grounds Allocation Policy;
c) Membership of Management Committee/Board and Regular Membership of Club to include Gender;
d) Elaboration on how ground sharing could operate;
e) Annual Review of long term License Agreements to include provision of membership and participation statistics;
f) Capital Contributions are against planned works for the ground can be used to bring works forward;
g) A Bond to be paid;
h) Impact of using sporting ground as off-leash dog park;
i) Carparking to refer to Members and Visitors;
j) Clarification of what a "Registered Inner West Sporting Club" is under Coaching Clinics;
k) Which Policies this policy will supersede; and
l) Arlington Reserve Lights to also be turned off at 9.15pm
For Motion: Crs Da Cruz, Hesse, Porteous and Steer
Against Motion: Crs Byrne, Drury, Iskandar, Kiat, Lockie, Macri, Passas and Stamolis
It was a cold wet night for the site meeting.
Residents of Smith Street and other residential streets near the proposed Bunnings in Tempe concerned about traffic impacts from Bunnings Store at 728 Princess Highway, Tempe.