Proposed Reports for the upcoming Council Meeting

The next Ordinary Council Meeting will be held in the Nambur Wariga Meeting Room, Corporate Headquarters, Morwell at 6pm on Tuesday 3 April 2018.

Items proposed to be listed on the agenda include:

Item open to the public

• Items Held Over
• 2018/04 - Black Tank Road and Railway Avenue Glengarry
• Petition For Change of Speed Limits on Latrobe Road and Old Melbourne Roads
• 2018/19 Draft Budget (including fees & charges)
• Submission to Latrobe Valley Task Force
• Amendment C106 - Traralgon Activity Centre Plan  - Consideration of Submissions
• Use and Development of land with an Office and Reduction of Car Parking Requirements
• Relocation of Traralgon Croquet Club
• Removal of Trees at Morwell Recreation Reserve
• Establishment of Project Reference Groups- Major Recreation Projects (Ted Summerton Reserve, Morwell Recreation Reserve and Latrobe City Sports and Entertainment Stadium)
• Draft Building Asset Management Plan 2018
• Tyers Recreation Reserve AFL Oval Lighting project
• Partial closure of Fowler Street Service Road between Vale Street and South Street, Moe
• Monash Reserve Newborough - Pavilion & Court Construction
• Landfill Biogas Renewable Energy Project
• Cultural Diversity Action Plan 2014 - 2018 Year Three Action Plan (2016-2017) Annual Report
• Living Well Latrobe - Year One Action Plan
• Procurement Policy Review
• Update on sale of surplus properties resolution of 24 November 2014
• Proposed Public Highway Declarations - Laneways in the Moe Central Business District
• Review of Council Delegations
• Tabling of 'Assembly of Councillors' Records
• Moe Racing Club request for a half-day public holiday for the 2018 Moe Cup

Item Closed to the Public

• Churchill Hub Advisory Committee Recruitment for Vacant Member Position
• Presentation of the Audit and Risk Committee Minutes
• Request to Extend an Independent Member Appointment to the Audit and Risk Committee
• Future Use of the Visitor Information Centre Building
• Endorsement of Latrobe Convention Centre Business Case Project Reference Group Members