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Belyuen Community Government Council annual report 2018-19



Belyuen Community Government Council annual report 2018-19


Belyuen Community Government Council


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Belyuen Community Government Council

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Belyuen Community Government Council Annual Report 2018-2019 28 | P a g e Core Services 2018-19 Activity Performance Objective Assessment Tree Removal for safety of the community Council continues to have unsafe trees removed from Council areas in the community Council removed small trees which had been damaged by wind and storm damage. Council assists community people with notifying Territory Housing to remove dangerous trees in their yard that are a risk to people and houses/buildings around them. Maintenance and upgrade of buildings, facilities and fixed assets Council controlled buildings (eg public toilets, council offices & depots, recreation and sport buildings) are managed and maintained in a usable and reasonable condition fit for use Council Office and Training Centre are maintained to provide a clean and safe working environment A clean and safe work environment is maintained and matters raised are addressed Training Centre charged out non Council service providers to support building maintenance costs. A clean and safe working environment was maintained and repair and maintenance issues immediately addressed. Council Office cleaned regularly and major clean ups undertaken as needed for visitors for meetings. Large room in the Council office is being used by Ironbark Participation Team who visit the community twice a week. The Participation Team maintain the room and contribute to amenities in the general office. Training Centre was charged out to service providers as needed. Training Centre was kept clean. Fire equipment to both buildings was checked and maintained quarterly. There were no WHS issues.

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