This information lists the most recent decisions first. That the resolution be released from public excluded business:
COUNCIL ADDITIONAL MEETING : 25 MAY 2017
OTAIHANGA PRECAST YARD LEASE AGREEMENT (IS-17-198)
That Council delegates authority to the Chief Executive to enter into a lease agreement with the Fletcher Construction Company for land at Otaihanga Landfill for the purposes of a precast yard, as outlined in this report IS-17-198.
AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE : 27 APRIL 2017
UPDATE ON STATUTORY COMPLIANCE ISSUES, INVESTIGATIONS AND THE STATUS OF COUNCIL BYLAWS FOR 1 JANUARY 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2017 (SP-17-171)
That the Audit and Risk Committee:
COUNCIL MEETING : 13 APRIL 2017
APPOINTMENT OF MĀORI REPRESENTATIVES TO COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEES FOR 2016-2019 TRIENNIUM (Corp-16-063)
That Council approves the following appointments, with voting rights, effective for the remainder of th4e 2016-2019 Triennium:
That Council approves the release of these recommendations from Public Excluded.
WITHDRAWAL OF POLICY 3.14 AND SOME RULES IN CHAPTER 4 OF THE PROPOSED DISTRICT PLAN (SP-17-166)
That Council approves the withdrawal of the provisions of the Proposed District Plan as set out in Appendix 1 of SP-17-166 in accordance with the process specified in Clause 8D of the Resource Management Act 1991. That Council approves the release of the report and recommendations from Public Excluded.
GRANTS ALLOCATION COMMITTEE - WASTE LEVY : 16 MARCH 2017
WASTE LEVY ALLOCATION 2016/17 : NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND SEED FUNDING (CATEGORY 4) (IS-17-128)
That the Grants Allocation Committee approves $150,000 (excl GST) Waste Levy funding to the Kāpiti Biodiesel Cooperative, on the condition that a suitable site and all necessary consents are obtained by the applicant.
That the Grants Allocation Committee approves $25,000 (excl GST) Waste Levy funding to Nufuels Ltd to test the co-pyrolysis of plastic bags with tyres.
That the Grants Allocation Committee approves $10,000 (excl GST) Waste Levy funding to Organic Wealth to rollout the "Save on Waste" programme on the Kāpiti Coast.
That the resolutions and report IS-17-128 (excluding Appendices B, C and D) be released from public excluded business.
COUNCIL MEETING : 2 MARCH 2017
TE NEWHANGA KĀPITI COMMUNITY CENTRE LEASE (SP-16-133)
That the Council approves the recommendation to implement an interim lease solutionw hich offers (Option 1):
1.1 A short term lease agreement for three months, commencing on April 1 2017 and expiring on 30 June 2017. This will ensure that the lease terms align with community service contracts timeframes and the Long Term Plan cycle.
1.2 Two separate peppercorn lease arrangements to Te Newhanga Kāpiti Community Centre Trust, and the Disability Information and Equipment Centre for the term of the interim lease. The principal part to be leased to the Trust for the community centre function and the adjacent part to be leased to the DIEC.
That the Council approves the continued investigation into longer term options that enable the Trust to proceed with its vision of becoming a vibrant community hub while supporting the DIEC to remain a founding tenant. If a long term option is not achieved by this date, the interim lease agreement would continue on a month by month basis.
A full report exploring options will be presented to the Strategy and Policy Committee on 25 May 2017.
That the resolutions be released from public excluded business.
UPGRADE OF KĀPITI LIGHTS BUSINESS PARTNERING AND FUNDING AGREEMENT (IS-16-001)
That Council endorses the Upgrade of Kāpiti Lights Project - Partnering and Funding Agreement, and ratifies the partial funding of $380,000 to allow this project to proceed.
That report IS-16-001 and its resolutions be released once approved.
APPOINTMENT OF COMMUNITY REPRESENTATIVES TO THE GRANTS ALLOCATION COMMITTEE (Corp-16-075)
That the Council notes the work of the previous community, iwi and youth representatives and thanks them for their contribution to the work of the Grants Allocation programmes.
That Council appoints for the remainder of the 2016-2019 Triennium:
(a) Paula Archibald, Mary-Jane Duffy, and Jill Stansfield, as community representatives on the Grants Allocation Committee for the Creative Communities New Zealand Scheme
(b) Janet Murray and John Hayes as community representatives on the Grants Allocation Commitee for the Community Grants Scheme
Confirms Heidi Stone as the Youth Council's youth nominee on the Grants Allocation Committee for the Creative Communities New Zealand Scheme.
That Council approves the release of report Corp-16-075 (excluding Appendix 2) and the resolutions from public excluded session.
AUDIT AND RISK COMMITTEE : 16 FEBRUARY 2017
UPDATE ON STATUTORY COMPLIANCE ISSUES, INVESTIGATIONS AND THE STATUS OF COUNCIL BYLAWS FOR 1 JULY 2016 TO 31 DECEMBER 2016 (SP-16-061)
That the Audit and Risk Committee:
a notes that there was one statutory compliance issue associated with the 'key' acts identified in the first two quarters of the 2016/17 year and one breach of the Reserves Act 1977 identified in the second quarter of the 2016/17 year
b notes the current status of the Ombudsman and Privacy Commissioner investigations, official information requests, bylaws, litigation and weathertight claims
c agrees that this report (SP-16-061), appendix (B) and resolutions only be released from public excluded business, and
d agrees that appendix (A), (C) and (D) be excluded from public release.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LEADERSHIP GROUP - APPOINTMENT OF INDEPENDENT CHAIR (SP-16-051)
That the Council endorses the appointment of David Webber as the independent Chair of the Economic Development Leadership group.
That the terms of the Chair be for one calendar year starting in January 2017, with a right to renew for a further year, to provide consistency throughout Council's Long Term Plan process and Economic Development Strategy review.
KĀPITI DISABILITY EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION CENTRE (SP-16-047)
That the Council approves the recommendation of Option 2, where the Council:
a provides additional funding of $4,826 to subsidise the shortfall in rent for the DIEC over the period of 30 December 2016 to 30 March 2017 (the life of the lease agreement).
b endorses a formal request to the Community Centre Trust to reduce the DIEC rent by one month (or $3,826) to assist the DIEC's shortfall in rent for the period of 30 December to 30 March 2017.
c approves the investigation on longer term options that enable the Trust to proceed with its vision of becoming a vibrant community hub while supporting the DIEC to remain a founding tenant, in line with the principles outlined in the original terms of the heads of agreement document. A full report exploring options will be presented to Council on 2 March 2017.
d that the resolution be released from public excluded business.
That the Operations and Finance Committee accept the tender from Crowe Construction and Associates Limited for the value of $4,072.872 excluding GST for the rebuild of Ōtaki Pool.
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