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Special Rate Variation Community Engagement Report - Shoalhaven City Council

Shoalhaven City Council lodged a formal application to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) for a Special Rate Variation.

Special Rate Variation Community Engagement Report - Shoalhaven City

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  • Page 4 and 5: Appendix 9 - CCB Executive Meeting
  • Page 6 and 7: period 2017/18 and 2018/19. There w
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  • Page 10 and 11: Extensive promotion of the workshop
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  • Page 14 and 15: Graph 1- Percentage of respondent
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  • Page 18 and 19: 5 Community Engagement- Fit for the
  • Page 20 and 21: Image 2- Merger proposal brochure 5
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  • Page 26 and 27: the merger proposal. A number cited
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  • Page 32 and 33: The EHQ page “Your Rates, Everybo
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  • Page 38 and 39: 7 Community Feedback 7.1 Random Tel
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  • Page 42 and 43: 7.1.7 Services to be reduced Respon
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  • Page 46 and 47: Appendix 1 ‐Media Articles and Co
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    Newly elected Greens councillor Nin

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    2 February - 2ST - Rate rise decisi

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    15 November 2016 56

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    1 February 2017, 19:56 62

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    1 February 2017 2 February 2017 66

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    Appendix 3 - Summary of Submissions

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    I volunteer for St. Vincent de Paul

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    5% every year for 7 years (plus rat

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    Vincentia Residents and Rate Payers

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    establish a Citizen’s Jury as rat

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    more and more why Trump won the U.S

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    Council needs to forward plan and t

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    small trailer loads and a boot of t

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    ates then services and facilities m

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    ‐ I do not want to see any loss o

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    In my view, Shoalhaven City Council

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    esulting in a significant shortfall

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    to expect that ratepayers can just

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    On an interesting point, the Common

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    You need to concentrate on the prio

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    I would also think that properties

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    Appendix 4 ‐Shoalhaven Survey - I

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    Better than I need Really good Good

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    11. Based on the image shown below,

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    14. Do you agree that Council shoul

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    Path in "fair" condition Path in "g

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    Strongly agree Agree Can’t say Di

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    I n s i g h t f o r B u s i n e s s

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    Tables and figures Table 1. Sample

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    Key Recommendations The research ha

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    Background The State Government’s

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    other services. In addition to its

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    Introduction At the Shoalhaven City

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    Table 1. Sample profile Gender % n

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    2.3 Community Strategy Plan awarene

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    2.4 Perceptions towards Council’s

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    The regression model explained 28%

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    Table 4. Recommended ways to raise

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    2.5 Council’s new rates proposal

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    Figure 7. Support levels - rate-pay

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    A second set of motivations include

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    The regression model revealed inter

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    2.5.6 Services to be reduced / elim

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    Respondents could not suggest any p

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    Figure 12. Usefulness of Council se

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    eserves, which residents also find

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    2.8 Residents’ view of Council’

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    3.1 Factor Analysis Before building

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    3.2 Community management path model

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    Figure 15. Path model - Effect size

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    3.2.2 Management of Shoalhaven’s

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    Appendix A: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix A: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix A: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix A: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix A: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix A: Improvement areas in th

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    Showground neglected needs more mai

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    Appendix B: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix B: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix B: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix B: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix B: Improvement areas in th

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    Appendix C: Sample Age/Sex Weightin

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    Hi All, Enclosed is the Your Rates,

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    Why do we need a rates rise ? The f

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    Services and facilities may need to

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    area that the development is locate

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    The following table demonstrates ho

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    4. How much will my rates increase?

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    13. What about all the new developm

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    Council has some important decision

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    Shoalhaven City Council CSP Review

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    CSP Review Project Shoalhaven City

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    Media Coverage including Social Med

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    Berry - Outdoor stall Bendalong - O

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    good 21 to 25 Demographic questions

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    CSP Review Webpage Over the past 3

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    Feedback Analysis Main issues raise

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    Prosperous Community Natural Enviro

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    Question What do you see as the imp

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    What could be done about it in the

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    discount on your rates when you pay

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    Community and Stakeholder Response

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    Natural Environment Effective Gover

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    Citizens and stakeholders represent

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    Linked to the Community Strategic P

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    Appendix B: Postcards General postc

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    4. Further to the above, please pro

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    Car parks 3. Please rank the f

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    Good enough Not good enough 9. Ba

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    12. Based on the image shown below,

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    16. Do you agree that Council shoul

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    20. Do you agree that Council shoul

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    Appendix H: Infrastructure survey -

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    70% % of Respondents 'Strongly Agre

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    Shoalhaven City Council CSP Review

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    CSP Review Project Shoalhaven City

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    Community Feedback Email, Voicemail

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    a wide ranging engagement strategy

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    advantages and natural qualities" D

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    D13/859 80 K Other Fails to actuall

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    Governance Handbook". D13/840 94 D1

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    D13/859 80 D13/859 80 D13/859 80 F

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    D13/867 47 AD Strategi es 3.08 shou

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    D13/842 87 B Structur e Document la

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    D13/842 97 F Structur e Measures in

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    D13/857 18 M Objecti ves Many of th

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    D13/653 61 D13/842 87 B H Other Oth

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    D13/857 18 J Other The Plan refers

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    D13/857 27 B Other On engagement, i

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    D13/859 80 C Other Accompanying doc

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    D13/867 47 N Other Monitoring the C

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    D13/683 53 A Strategi es Document v

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    D13/801 82 B Strategi es Relevance

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    D13/842 87 D13/842 87 L M Strategi

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    D13/846 60 A Strategi es There are

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    D13/857 18 D13/857 18 G H Strategi

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    D13/859 80 D13/867 47 I AE Strategi

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    CSP Strategies see also response on

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    the Plan. KRAs should be restored t

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    D13/867 47 F Structur e No measure

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    Citizens and stakeholders represent

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    Linked to the Community Strategic P

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    Appendix 9 - CCB Executive Meeting

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    IPART REPORT • Premier, Mike Bair

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    IPART REPORT 4

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    IPART REPORT • Consulted with all

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    Upper House Inquiry • • http://

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    Financial Performance 2015/16 • 1

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    Appendix 10 - CCB Executive Meeting

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    CCB Letter Independent review forwa

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    CCB Letter Efficiency - outlined on

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    IPART Review of Rating System IPART

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    TCorp • The Council has a mainten

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    Information to Incoming 2012 Counci

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    Current proposal • 2 x 11.5% rate

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    • Building and Infrastructure Ass

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    Special rates fund Maintenance - pr

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    • The average score (4.9 out of 1

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    Other Revenue Measures • Fees and

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    Council Municipality of Hunters Hil

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    Asset remaining and useful life •

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    Example of Building Ison Park - Spo

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    Asset Valuation $45,000,000 3% Asse

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    Road funding required • 1400kms o

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    Condition of Roads Condition Distri

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    Appendix 12 - Guestbook posts

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    educe costs. How can council have t

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    a feel for community opinion. Whils

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    attended the Lake Wollumboola Flood

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    PRELIMINARY THOUGHTS OF SHOALHAVEN

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    a strategy designed to raise rates

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