14 September 2010
General subject of Reason for passing this Ground (s) under each matter to be resolution in relation to Section 48(1) for the considered each matter passing of this resolution (b) Young Car Enthusiasts (c) Awarding of Contracts Outside Delegated Authority During Election Period (d) Solid Waste Management Protect the privacy of natural persons, including that of deceased natural persons Enable any local authority holding the information to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations) Enable any local authority holding the information to carry on, without prejudice or disadvantage, negotiations (including commercial and industrial negotiations) To maintain legal professional privilege Section 7(2)(a) Section 7(2)(i) Section 7(2)(i) Section 7(2)(g) **********
MINUTES OF A MEETING OF THE BLUFF COMMUNITY BOARD HELD IN THE BLUFF MUNICIPAL CHAMBERS , GORE STREET , BLUFF ON MONDAY 23 AUGUST 2010 AT 7.00 PM PRESENT : Mrs J M Mitchell - Chairperson Mrs A C Brocklehurst Cr G T Piercy IN ATTENDANCE: Cr N D Boniface Mr S Tonkin - Manager Building Regulation Services Mrs H Williams - Service Centre Manager Ms L Kuresa - Committee Secretary 1. APOLOGIES J Mitchell welcomed Cr Boniface, the Deputy Mayor, to the Board meeting and said it was a pleasure having him at the meeting. Mr R F Ashwell and Mr R W Powley. Moved Cr Piercy, seconded A Brocklehurst and RESOLVED that the apologies be accepted. 2. PUBLIC FORUM 2.1 Bluff Camping Ground Brent Procter was in attendance to speak to this matter. Mr Procter's remarks included: â â â â â â â â Madam Chair, Councillors and Community Board Members. As you will see as part of the Agenda, there is a report on the Development Strategy for the Bluff Camping Ground. For the Community Board's information and to keep everybody aware of the situation to date, since the matter began there's been an inspection by the Chairperson, Cr Piercy, and Mr King. They all seem to be of the opinion that the cabins are viable and worth hanging on to. That is probably the most important matter in that report. Since I've been invited to say a few words I urge the Community Board to revisit its decision from 23 November 2009. At the moment the cabins have been well established and we've always had enquiries coming in as the season progresses and we don't want to be in the same position that we were last year. That will probably be the most important aspect of the report. As for the overall strategy it may have to be examined further down the line and more closely assessed. In response to a question from A Brocklehurst as to what state the cabins were in now, Mr Procter said they were in good order and nothing was wrong with them.