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Events

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Shire of Denmark Council Chambers
2014-07-31 19:00:00 - 2014-07-31 21:00:00
Planning Services
08 9848 0300
The Shire of Denmark invites the community to attend the “Residential, Rural Living & Rural Zones” Workshop scheduled for the 31 July 2014 from 7pm – 9pm at the Shire of Denmark Council Chambers.
 
The purpose of this workshop is for the community to provide input to Local Planning Scheme No. 4 land development related provisions for the townsite residential areas, rural living precincts (areas currently identified for Special Residential & Special Rural development) and rural properties.
 
The format for the workshop will be an initial powerpoint presentation and then establishment of several focus groups (facilitated by Councillors) to provide the opportunity for all workshop participants to provide their ideas and thoughts on each of the discussion topics. 
 
Light refreshments will be provided for workshop participants, thus RSVP’s are essential no later than Tuesday 29 July 2014.
 
For further information or to RSVP, please contact Planning Services on telephone 9848 0313 or email enquiries@denmark.wa.gov.au.
 
Dale Stewart
Chief Executive Officer
PO Box 183, Denmark WA 6333
Telephone: (08) 9848 0300 Email: enquiries@denmark.wa.gov.au Web: www.denmark.wa.gov.au


Exhibition
Denmark Civic Centre
2014-06-06 18:00:00 - 2014-06-07 13:00:00
Ocean Pool Design Concepts Exhibition
(08) 9848 0300
The 3rd year students of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Visual Arts from the University of Western Australia (UWA), in association with renowned local retired Architect and Lecturer Wally Greenham, are presenting theoretical design concepts for outdoor seawater pools, with Ocean Beach and Prawn Rock Channel in mind, at the Denmark Civic Centre on;

Friday, 6 June from 6pm to 8pm; and
Saturday, 7 June from 9am to 1pm.


The Lecturer, Studio Design Co-ordinator at UWA and Director of Architectural Perth Hills Practice A Workshop, Paul Wakelam, and the students will be available to talk to their designs and thoughts about the challenges set for them by their Lecturer and Wally.

Friday evening will see the launch of the presentation with Shire President, Cr Ross Thornton opening the Exhibition at 6.30pm, with light refreshments available.

The Public are welcome to attend the Friday or Saturday sessions and are advised that the Council hosting the reception should not be seen as official support or endorsement of the concepts.

Dale Stewart
Chief Executive Officer
Council Meeting
Council Chambers, 953 South Coast Highway, Denmark
2014-07-08 16:00:00 - 2014-07-08 18:00:00
Ordinary Council Meeting - 8 July 2014
(08) 9848 0300
The ending time may vary.

Members of the public are welcome to attend.

PROCEDURE FOR PUBLIC QUESTION TIME

In accordance with Section 5.24 of the Local Government Act 1995, Council conducts a public question time at the commencement of every ordinary meeting, every special meeting and every meeting of a Committee to which Council has delegated a power or duty.

The procedure for public question time is as follows;
  • A minimum time of 15 minutes is allocated for public question time.  Council does not set a maximum time, however to enable all speakers to address Council or ask questions Council does restrict each speaker to 5 minutes.  A buzzer will sound at 4 minutes to indicate to the speaker that they have one minute to conclude their address.
  • A member of the public who raises a question or wishes to address Council is to state his/her name and address.
  • A question may be taken on notice for later response.
  • When a question is taken on notice a response is to be given to the member of the public in writing by the CEO and a copy or summary of the question and response is to be included in the agenda for the information of the public and Councillors (as to the response) for the next ordinary meeting of Council or the Committee.
  • Every question and every address shall relate to the business of Council (or relevant Committee), but need not be restructured to items on the relevant agenda, but must be submitted as briefly and concisely as possible.  If more than one question/issue is to be raised by a member of the public, the questions/issues are to be asked individually to allow the presiding person to respond.
  • In responding to issues/questions raised the presiding person may invite other Councillors, the CEO or relevant Officers of Council to make comment.
Council Meeting
Council Chambers, 953 South Coast Highway, Denmark
2014-08-19 16:00:00 - 2014-08-19 18:00:00
Ordinary Council Meeting - 19 August 2014
(08) 9848 0300
The ending time may vary.

Members of the public are welcome to attend.

PROCEDURE FOR PUBLIC QUESTION TIME

In accordance with Section 5.24 of the Local Government Act 1995, Council conducts a public question time at the commencement of every ordinary meeting, every special meeting and every meeting of a Committee to which Council has delegated a power or duty.

The procedure for public question time is as follows;
  • A minimum time of 15 minutes is allocated for public question time.  Council does not set a maximum time, however to enable all speakers to address Council or ask questions Council does restrict each speaker to 5 minutes.  A buzzer will sound at 4 minutes to indicate to the speaker that they have one minute to conclude their address.
  • A member of the public who raises a question or wishes to address Council is to state his/her name and address.
  • A question may be taken on notice for later response.
  • When a question is taken on notice a response is to be given to the member of the public in writing by the CEO and a copy or summary of the question and response is to be included in the agenda for the information of the public and Councillors (as to the response) for the next ordinary meeting of Council or the Committee.
  • Every question and every address shall relate to the business of Council (or relevant Committee), but need not be restructured to items on the relevant agenda, but must be submitted as briefly and concisely as possible.  If more than one question/issue is to be raised by a member of the public, the questions/issues are to be asked individually to allow the presiding person to respond.
  • In responding to issues/questions raised the presiding person may invite other Councillors, the CEO or relevant Officers of Council to make comment.
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