Here’s what’s coming up at Shellhrbour City Council’s next meeting on Tuesday, August 12.
COUNCIL will discuss subsidy amounts paid to the Links Shell Cove golf course.
The matter comes in response to a Question on Notice from councillor Peter Moran, calling for an explanation of $154,000 subsidy increase in the last financial year. Cr Moran called into question a previous motion that was adopted by council in 2011 to reduce the amount of money to subsidise the Links.
The report states the amount incurred by the council was due to “unplanned costs”, which included purchase of water, expression of interest and building maintenance.
The report tables a decrease in the annual deficit for the Links since the counciltook over management in 2008. A graph indicates the deficit has reduced from -$411,000 in 2008/09 to -$130,000 in 2014/15.
An extraordinary meeting will be held on Monday night to discuss Expressions of Interest options from the tender process for the future management of the Links Golf Course.
Discussion on the sale of the former council chambers will be discussed in closed council at the meeting this month.
The matter will report back to councillors on results from the tender process and expressions of interest received during that period. The sale includes the two lots on Lake Entrance Road, Warilla.
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