My Motions on Notice
Service Level Plans
The establishment of Service Plans by service unit level is essential to enhance transparency, accountability, and effectiveness in the allocation of financial resources. A more detailed service unit planning approach is required for the upcoming financial year 2024/25, utilising a recognised and robust template, as provided in Attachment 1, for consistent implementation in future budget cycles.
LOST 6-6 with Cr Herridge, Cr Parker, Mayor Aitken, Cr Treby, Cr Cvitan and Cr Smith supporting a procedural motion to refer back.
This item was referred to the next Service Review Working Group and a further update will be provided on the status.
Mayoral and Deputy Mayoral Monthly Engagement Report
To propose that Council receive a regular report of meetings and functions attended by the Mayor and Deputy Mayor on behalf of Council.
LOST 8-3 Against the motion: Mayor Aitken, Cr Cvitan, Cr Herridge, Cr Huntley, Cr Parker, Cr Rowe, Cr Sangalli and Deputy Mayor Treby opposing.
The motion was lost therefore the motion has no status.
Request for Policy for BMX Tracks
To consider the development of a Policy and associated guidelines that would allow community members in the City of Wanneroo to build their own BMX tracks out of natural materials.
CARRIED 10-2 with Cr Huntley and Cr Cvitan opposing.
This item was referred to a council forum and has not progressed further.
Upgrade of Wanneroo Road / East Road Intersection
To consider the traffic safety issues and an upgrade of the intersection of East Road with Wanneroo Road.
Main Roads WA and the Public Transport Authority are conducting design investigations and documentation to nominate the intersection for Black Spot Funding.
Request for Traffic Management Scheme in Kemp Street, Pearsall
To consider the installation of a traffic management scheme on Kemp Street, Pearsall to address the issue of speeding traffic on the road.
Traffic assessment results have resulted in a scoring 33 as majority of the drivers are complying with a small number going 80kph over the limit. Current funding levels allows those roads scoring 60 or above to be considered for traffic management treatments.