Otago Daily Times : 2020-10-24

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GENERAL

6 DUNEDIN Otago Daily Times Saturday, October 24, 2020 @ DCC NOTICEBOAR­D DCC CUSTOMER SERVICE CALL CENTRE | Hours: 8am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday | 9am to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday | 50 The Octagon, Dunedin 9016 PO Box 5045, Dunedin 9054 | Phone 03 477 4000 | www.dunedin.govt.nz EXPRESSION­S OF INTEREST – AUDIT AND RISK SUBCOMMITT­EE INDEPENDEN­T MEMBER Friday, 6 November On-19-2020–NavnikNZLi­mited,IndianTwis­t, 18 Mailer Street Dunedin. Second notice. Closes Monday,9November. 9am Hearings Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers to consider a resource consent variationi­nconsentco­nditionfor­107WrayStr­eet, Dunedin. On-25-2019 – D J Hotels Limited, Law Courts Hotel, 53 Stuart Street, Dunedin. Second notice. Closes Monday,9November. Dunedin City Council is seeking an independen­t member to its well-establishe­d and highperfor­ming Audit and Risk Subcommitt­ee. Tuesday, 10 November On-6910-2006 – Eastern Lights Limited, Carousel, 141 Stuart Street, Dunedin. Second notice. Closes Monday, 9 November. 10am Council, Council Chamber, Municipal Chambers. The subcommitt­ee operates in an environmen­t of co-operation and trust. Subcommitt­ee members need to communicat­e effectivel­y among themselves and with others involved in the governance and management of Council. The subcommitt­ee plays a key role in the setting of the required tone for risk management and internal control across all areas of Council operation. 1pm District Licensing Committee, Edinburgh Room,MunicipalC­hambers–toconsider­anofflicen­ce applicatio­n – Wobblys Sports Bar. Visit full details of the applicatio­ns. for www.dunedin.govt.nz/alcohol-applicatio­ns Wednesday, 11 November 9.30am District Licensing Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers – to consider a special licence applicatio­n – St Clair Golf Club. WEEKLY MEETING SCHEDULE The following meetings will be held during the week commencing 26 October. Good communicat­ion and relationsh­ip management are critical for the subcommitt­ee to provide the governance test and change needed for organisati­onal improvemen­t and risk management. Thursday, 12 November 10am Otago Peninsula Community Board, Portobello Bowling Club, Sherwood Street, Portobello. Please check the Dunedin City Council website for the livestream links for viewing and any changes to advertised meetings. www.dunedin.govt.nz We are looking for individual­s who have a range of skills and expertise such as: 1pm Saddle Hill Community Board, Sunnyvale Sports Complex, Main South Road, Sunnyvale. Tuesday, 27 October • broad governance, assurance and risk management discipline­s 10am Council, Council Chamber, Municipal Chamber. 5pm Strath Taieri Community Board, Strath Taieri Community Centre, Middlemarc­h. • experience with asset heavy industries with good asset management practices Wednesday, 28 October Monday, 16 November 9am Regulatory­Subcommitt­ee,Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers to consider the submission­s on the Speed Limits Bylaw. 1pm Infrastruc­ture Services Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers. • knowledge of the local government environmen­t • understand­ing of the regulatory framework within which local government operates Tuesday, 17 November Thursday, 29 October 1pm Community and Culture Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers. • finance and accounting, including financial reporting 9am Regulatory Subcommitt­ee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers to consider the submission­s on the Speed Limits Bylaw. 1.30pm (or at the conclusion of the previous meeting, whichever is later) Planning and Environmen­t Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers. • understand­ing of internal controls and assurance frameworks, including understand­ing of the roles of internal and external audit. Friday, 30 October 9am District Licensing Committee, Edinburgh Room,MunicipalC­hambers–toconsider­anofflicen­ce renewal applicatio­n – Green Man Brewery. For further informatio­n, please contact Clare Sullivan on or 021 342 164. Please send expression­s of interest to by 5pm on 9 October. gso@dcc.govt.nz Wednesday, 18 November gso@dcc.govt.nz 5pm Mosgiel-Taieri Community Board, Mosgiel Coronation Hall, 99 Gordon Road, Mosgiel. As per Covid-19 Alert Level Guidelines, if you’re sick, please stay at home. Contact tracing measures are in place. 5.30pm Waikouaiti­CoastCommu­nityBoard, Warrington Surf Club Social Rooms, Warrington. EXPRESSION­S OF INTEREST – INDEPENDEN­T REVIEW PANEL MEMBER A public forum will be held at the start of each ordinary standing committee, community board and Council meeting. Those wishing to speak should contact the relevant Governance Support Officer for that committee (phone 477 4000) at least one clear working day before the meeting. 5.30pm West Harbour Community Board, Rolfe Room, Port Chalmers Library/Service Centre, BeachStree­t,PortChalme­rs. Monday, 23 November The Dunedin City Council will be reviewing its representa­tion arrangemen­ts over the course of the next year. This involves a review of the Council, in particular: 1pm Hearings Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers – to hear objections to a disqualifi­cation from dog ownership. (This meeting will be held with the public excluded.) MONTHLY MEETING SCHEDULE The basis of election (at large, ward structure or combinatio­n of ward structure and at large) Tuesday, 24 November The following meetings will be held during November. 10am Council, Council Chamber, Municipal Chambers. • The number of councillor­s Please check the Dunedin City Council website for the livestream links for viewing and any changes to advertised meetings. • Thenamesan­dboundarie­sofwards(if applicable). www.dunedin.govt.nz Friday, 27 November 9.30am District Licensing Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers – to consider an opposed off-licence renewal applicatio­n – Countdown Mailer Street. • In addition, the Local Electoral Act 2001 requires a review to be carried out of community boards. The Council has resolved that its preferred method of conducting the review is by an independen­t review panel. Potential applicants should have knowledge of local communitie­s, open and enquiring minds and the ability to develop and critique a reasoned argument. Knowledge of local electoral arrangemen­ts would be an advantage. Monday, 2 November 10.30am Hearings Committee, Edinburgh Room, MunicipalC­hamberstoc­onsiderare­sourcecons­ent applicatio­n for 280 and 336 Cumberland Street, Dunedin. As per Covid-19 Alert Level Guidelines, if you’re sick, please stay at home. Contact tracing measures are in place. Tuesday, 3 November A public forum will be held at the start of each ordinary standing committee, community board and Council meeting. Those wishing to speak should contact the relevant Governance Support Officer for that committee (phone 477 4000) at least one clear working day before the meeting. 9.30am Hearings Committee, Edinburgh Room, MunicipalC­hamberstoc­onsiderare­sourcecons­ent applicatio­n for 280 and 336 Cumberland Street, Dunedin (if required). Please send expression­s of interest to: Representa­tion Review, Dunedin City Council, PO Box 5045, Dunedin 9058. Or email 12noon on Thursday, 5 November. by representa­tion.review@dcc.govt.nz Wednesday, 4 November 10am District Licensing Committee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chambers – to consider an onlicence renewal applicatio­n – Great Taste. Please include a brief explanatio­n of why you would like to be part of the review panel and background informatio­n about yourself. Appointmen­ts will be made by the Council from the expression­s of interest received. For further informatio­n, please contact Clare Sullivan on 477 4000. TRANSPORTA­TION ROADWORKS FOR THE PERIOD 19–23 AUGUST Thursday, 5 November 9.30am Grants Subcommitt­ee, Edinburgh Room, Municipal Chamber. Please go to notificati­ons of the above work. for all www.dunedin.govt.nz/roadworks ABANDONED VEHICLES POSSESSION NOTICE ALCOHOL LICENCE APPLICATIO­NS Clu-2984-2006–RoslynWaka­riAssociat­ion Football Club Inc, Roslyn Wakari Associatio­n Football Club, 49 Frasers Road, Dunedin. First notice. Closes Monday, 16 November. Notice of intention to sell/dispose of abandoned vehicles To the last registered owner – pursuant to section 356A of the Local Government Act 1974, the Dunedin City Council has classified the vehicles listed below as abandoned and has impounded them. Beadvisedt­hatunlessy­ouclaimyou­rvehiclewi­thin10days­fromthedat­eofthisnot­ice,theDCCwill­sell or dispose of them. On-17-2016 – Pizza Bella Mosgiel Limited, Pizza Bella Mosgiel, 167 Gordon Road, Mosgiel. First notice. Closes Monday, 16 November. File # Vehicle ID # Make/model Colour Towed from Last known registered person On-23-2019 – Sal’s Pizza Dunedin Limited, Sal’s Authentic New York Pizza, 354 Great King Street, Dunedin. First notice. Closes Monday, 16 November. ABV-1558 YM2666 Mazda Familia Red 620 George Street, Dunedin. EmmaDenHar­tog,70Gladston­e Road, Dalmore, Dunedin. ABV- 1568 OQ7756 Toyota Corolla Red 6 Richmond Street, Dunedin. Unknown. On-2764-2006 – Morris Michael Hotels Limited, Commercial Hotel, 237 Main South Road, Green Island. First notice. Closes Monday, 16 November. To claim your vehicle, contact the DCC on 03 477 4000.