Busi­ness plan wanted

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

PEP­PER­MINT Grove coun­cil­lors want a bet­ter busi­ness case from Mos­man Park if an agree­ment about man­ag­ing The Grove li­brary and com­mu­nity cen­tre changes.

At last month’s meet­ing, coun­cil­lors con­sid­ered Mos­man Park’s re­quest for a full re­view of the agree­ment be­tween Pep­per­mint Grove, Mos­man Park and Cottes­loe set­ting out how the build­ing built by the three coun­cils sev­eral years ago is op­er­ated.

Mos­man Park’s pro­posed changes in­cluded re­mov­ing the con­struc­tion part of the agree­ment, shar­ing the cost of those who use the com­mu­nity cen­tre and sep­a­rat­ing cen­tre op­er­a­tions from those at the ad­ja­cent li­brary.

Pep­per­mint Grove staff said any changes would “ob­vi­ously” be to Mos­man Park’s ad­van­tage, Cottes­loe was not in­ter­ested in change and a full busi­ness case for change had not been pre­sented.

“The at­tached let­ter and spread­sheet pur­port­edly rep­re­sents a busi­ness case but, how­ever, is a list of fa­mil­iar is­sues raised by Mos­man Park in the past,” the staff said.

It was agreed to ask Mos­man Park Coun­cil for a more de­tailed break­down of the is­sues it con­sid­ers should be changed in the agree­ment.

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