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Cr Tim Overall is available to members of the community
by making an appointment. Appointments can be made by
calling 6285 6223.
Ordinary Meetings of Council are held on the fourth
Wednesday of each month commencing at 5.30pm in the
Council Chambers, 253 Crawford St, Queanbeyan.
Ordinary Meeting dates are:
26 October 2011
23 November 2011
December 2011 - TBA
Council has in place a Planning and Development
Review Committee which handles relevant development
applications and planning issues. The Committee meets on
the second Wednesday of every month (except January)
commencing at 5.30pm in the Council Chambers, 253
Crawford St, Queanbeyan.
Planning and Development Review Committee meeting
12 October 2011
9 November 2011
14 December 2011
Queanbeyan City Council will hold Public Forums until
the September 2012 Local Government Elections. Public
Wednesday of each month in the Council Chambers, 253
Crawford St. Questions submitted to the Public Forum are to
or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and must be
received prior to 5pm on the Monday preceding the Public
Forum. Forms can be collected from the General Manager’s
Council’s website at www.qcc.nsw.gov.au or by contacting
Margaret Simonovski on 6285 6223.
Public Forum dates are:
5 October 2011
2 November 2011
7 December 2011
Queanbeyan City Council regularly conducts community
meetings to ensure residents have input to Council’s
decision making processes. Council has scheduled three
meetings for October. All residents of the Queanbeyan
Local Government Area are invited to any of the three
meetings listed below.
Thursday 13 October at the Jerrabomberra
Community Centre from 6pm.
Tuesday 18 October at the Queanbeyan City
Council Chambers from 6pm.
Thursday 20 October at the Fernleigh Park
Community Hall from 6pm.
Contact Margaret Simonovski on 6285 6223 or email
email@example.com for additional
information or to place an item on the agenda.
By 1 October most food service businesses, such as
restaurants, takeaways, pubs, clubs, caterers, bakeries,
and supermarkets selling hot food, must have a trained
business. Business that do not comply will be breaking the
A Food Safety Supervisor is a person who:
years old, and
is not an FSS for any other food premises or any other
mobile catering businesses, and
has the authority to supervise other people handling
food and to see that the handling is done safely.
Training is needed!
Food Safety Supervisors must have completed training
Organisation approved by the NSW Food Authority. (See
the Authority’s website for the list of approved training
Training can be done face-to-face, online, in the workplace,
by correspondence, or through a combination of these.
Training delivered face-to-face should take at least seven
Complete the process— Notify your FSS.
After appointing and training an FSS, the business owner
must notify the relevant enforcement agency (usually the
local council) of who their FSS is, either:
www.foodnotify.nsw.gov.au , or
The Guideline to Food Safety Supervisor Requirements on
the Authority’s website, in eight languages, describes all
requirements in detail. Or contact your local council or the
NSW Food Authority.
Helpline: 1300 552 406
COUNCIL MEETINGS AND TIMES
control in Queanbeyan as follows:-
The bus zone and parking arrangements at Alanbar Street
have been relocated. The new bus zone begins opposite
and in between property 2 Bangalay Street and 59 Alanbar
Street. The zone ends at No.1 Boronia Crescent.
The “No Stopping” sign on Firethorn Street outside
Jerrabomberra Pre-School has been moved closer to the
Crawford Street, Morissett Street and Lowe Street.
a. Bus stop signage at Bay 3, 4 and 5 on Morisett Street
bus interchange has been relocated to Lowe Street. The
signs have been located from the indented parking bays
outside number 24 Lowe Street to the phone boxes outside
b. Bus stop signage at Crawford Street bus interchange
has been removed and relocated to bays 3, 4, and 5 on
Further information may be obtained by contacting
Council’s Engineering Services Division on 6285 6233
during business hours.
The following development application has been submitted
to Queanbeyan City Council, being the consent authority:
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION NUMBER: 243-2011
APPLICANT NAME: Mr R Reid
PROPERTY BEING LOT 1 DP 1137782, 49-51 Uriarra
Road, CRESTWOOD NSW 2620.
EXISTING BUILDING, ERECTION OF TEN (10)
TOWNHOUSES AND STRATA SUBDIVISION
Any person may make written submission to Council
about the above development application up until close of
business at 4:30pm on 14 October 2011.
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION NUMBER: 245-2011
APPLICANT NAME: Mr T Milin
PROPERTY BEING LOT 1 DP 1119191, 36 Antill Street,
QUEANBEYAN NSW 2620.
EXISTING DWELLING, CONSTRUCTION OF 28
UNITS WITH BASEMENT PARKING AND STRATA
Any person may make written submission to Council
about the above development application up until close of
business at 4:30pm on 18 October 2011.
The above development application and documents
accompanying the application may be inspected
between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday at
Council’s Sustainability and Better Living Section, 257
Crawford Street Queanbeyan. Any person may make
written submission to Council. If you make a submission
objecting to, or supporting a planning application, you must
disclose donations or gifts made to Councillors or Council
staff. Please see Council’s form “Declaration of Political
Donations and Gifts for Submittors” on Council’s website
www.qcc.nsw.gov.au for completion and attachment to
your submission. For further information visit the NSW
Government Department of Planning website – www.
Council has prepared a draft amendment to Development
The amended draft Development Control Plan outlines the
of development applications.
The draft plan will be on public exhibition at Queanbeyan
City Council’s Sustainability and Better Living Section Front
Counter, First Floor 257 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan
between 8.30am and 4.30pm weekdays from 30 September
2011 with submissions being accepted until 30 October
In addition the draft plan will be on public exhibition at the
Queanbeyan City Library at the same address as well as for
the same period of time.
Come And Join In The Fun At The Axis Youth Centre
Where: Axis Youth Centre Queanbeyan Park
When: 10am to 6pm Saturday 8 October
Free day out for youth and family! Enjoy the BBQ, enter the
pool competition from 1pm, get an airbrushed tattoo and
enjoy music fom local bands from 3pm.
CRAWFORD ST LIFESTYLE PRECINCT - UPDATE
Construction has now commenced on the most
is expected that construction will take around 43 weeks
to complete. This timeframe may change depending on
Stage 1 of the project has now commenced and as a
along western side on Crawford St (Sam’s Warehouse
side) in a north-bound direction. Motorists can turn left
and right from Monaro St into Crawford St and continue
turn right or left from Morisset St into Crawford St or
go straight from the Crawford St/Morisset St lights in a
south-bound direction. It is expected that Stage 1 will
take 18 weeks to complete (around December).
street and will be two-way, single lane with access with
Crawford St open at both ends.
Parking will be affected during construction. During
available on the eastern side (Continental Cakes side)
of the street.
To offset this the site of former Queanbeyan Age building
has been leased to allow for extra parking. This carpark
can be accessed via Fallick Lane.
There is ample carparking available nearby for your
customers. A parking map is available on Council’s
Nearby carparks are located:
behind Sam’s Warehouse, access via Morisset St,
behind Bill Lilley Motors on the corner of Crawford
and Morisset Sts,
behind City Link Plaza off Morisset Sts,
Riverside Plaza carpark,
Collett St carpark.
Yes. Throughout construction pedestrian access will
remain available along Crawford St and businesses will
be open to conduct regular business.
Council and the contractors have held discussions with
the bus companies which use the Crawford-Morisset St
interchange and have agreed that during construction
the interchange will be relocated to the corner of Lowe
and Morisset Sts.
will operate in both ways along the Lane to provide
access to the carpark and turning points will be available.
Council’s website (www.qcc.nsw.gov.au) has a page
dedicated to the Lifestyle Precinct and will be updated
as required. Council will also be using Facebook and
Twitter to communicate updates as they come to
hand. To get these updates either like us on Facebook
(Queanbeyan City Council) or follow us on Twitter (@
DRAFT AMENDMENT TO
DEVELOPMENT CONTROL PLAN
TIME IS RUNNING OUT TO
YOUR FOOD SAFETY
NOTICE TO ALL LIQUID TRADE
WASTE DISCHARGERS IN THE
QUEANBEYAN COUNCIL REGION
CHANGES TO PARKING
AND TRAFFIC CONTROL IN
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
FOR QUEANBEYAN GIFT CARNIVAL
AND FAMILY FUN DAY 2011
change over the next 20 years due to the development of
the city and Queanbeyan City Council is inviting residents
to participate in a Public Transport Forum which will assist
Council in the development of a Queanbeyan Transport
Strategy. The forum will help determine strategies that
Council may use to help the community better understand
Council’s role with respect to public transport and inform
the Council on community expectations around the
provision of public transport and pedestrian facilities.
Participation will be by registration only and further details
will be provided upon registration.
First session: Thursday 27 October 2011 6.30pm-8 .30pm
in the Harry Hesse Room of the RB Smith Community
Centre, Crawford St.
Second session: To be advised
To register, or for further information, please contact Nina
Needham on 6285 6245 or email nina.needham@qcc.
For more information please call Kara Rusan on 6285
DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL UNDER
AND ASSESSMENT ACT 1979 AND
REGULATIONS (AS AMENDED)
AXIS YOUTH CENTRE OPEN DAY
SATURDAY 8 OCTOBER
PUBLIC TRANSPORT FORUM
Expressions of Interest are sought to enter into a
sponsorship agreement to support the annual Queanbeyan
Gift Carnival and the accompanying Queanbeyan Family
Fun Day. The two events are held in conjunction annually
in November in the picturesque Queanbeyan Park. This
year ’s Gift Carnival and Family Fun Day will be held on
Saturday 26 November 2011.
The Gift Carnival has been named winner of the NSW
Athletic League Carnival of the Year several times over and
offers some of the highest prizemoney in Australia.
The Family Fun Day aims to engage the community in
supporting the Gift Carnival in an active, vibrant festival
atmosphere promoting healthy living and enjoyment of the
Sponsorship of the Gift Carnival and Fun Day is not limited
in cash or in kind and provides a forum to advertise local
Parties interested in sponsoring this great event may obtain
a Sponsorship Prospectus by contacting Queanbeyan City
Council on 6285 6000, visiting Council’s Customer Service
Debbie Sibbick on 6285 6145 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
gov.au. Expressions of Interest to sponsor the event should
be submitted on the approved application form included
in the Prospectus. Applications will be received by the
General Manager until the end of October 2011.
Trade Waste is a liquid waste produced by a business,
commercial or industrial activity. It excludes domestic waste
from hand wash basin, shower, bath or toilets.
Section 68 of Local Government Act 1993 requires all trade
waste dischargers to Councils sewerage system must have
an approval from Council.
Council will be conducting an audit of all Liquid Trade Waste
Dischargers in the coming months for compliance.
Council requests that current activity approvals with
conditions and pump out details for grease arrestors and
General enquiries should be directed to Council’s Customer
Service Centre on 6285 6000.
GARY CHAPMAN - GENERAL MANAGER, QUEANBEYAN CITY COUNCIL - PO BOX 90, QUEANBEYAN NSW 2620 Ph: (02) 6285 6000, Fax: (02) 6298 4666 Web: www.qcc.nsw.gov.au Email: email@example.com
It’s Twilight markets time!
Come down and enjoy a good coffee, great
food, local wines & superb live music in the
courtyard. Grab some gourmet treats & fresh
produce & browse through the arts/crafts stalls.
5-8pm Friday 7th October
with music by Franklyn B Paverty
1st & 3rd Fridays throughout summer
253 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan
Between the Library and the Conference Centre.
New stallholders welcome!
Call Ros Hales 6285 6170 firstname.lastname@example.org
8 - THE CHRONICLE, Tuesday, October 4, 2011
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