May Ordinary Council Meeting Outcomes

Topics including the Shell Service Station expression of interest, the future of the Bright Fish Passage Project and a number of draft documents for public exhibition were discussed at Alpine Shire Council's Ordinary Meeting last week. 

04 June 2024

At the meeting, Council: 

  • Adopted the Councillor and Staff Interaction Policy 
  • Resolved to withdraw from the Expression of Interest process for land located at 1-3 Anderson Street, Bright 
  • Supported the North East Catchment Management Authority's deferral of the Bright Fish Passage project indefinitely until sufficient suitable funding becomes available 
  • Adopted the Alpine Shire Council Asset Management Policy No 49. (version 3) 
  • Awarded a contract for Concrete Footpath Construction – Myrtleford and Porepunkah 
  • Voted not to exclude Councillors from Council's Community Grant Program and Event Funding assessment panels 
  • Endorsed the Draft Governance Rules and Election Period Policy, the Draft Councillor Expenses and Support Policy, the Draft Dealing with Difficult Customers Policy and the Draft Public Transparency Policy for the purpose of seeking public submissions 
  • Adopted the Fair Access Policy 
  • Received and noted the Quarterly Performance Report ending 31 March 2024 

To read the agenda and attachments, visit:  

The meeting recording can be viewed on our YouTube channel: Ordinary Council Meeting - 28 May 2024  

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