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, John Burgess, Annie Robertson, Ric Stubbings APOLOGIES: None 1. 2. John: congratulations to everyone who attended last Monday night’s Work Engine meeting. VBRRA was very impressed. Result of priority votes 1. Communication & Safety 2. Education and Rebuilding, 3. Community House 4. Environment 5. Recreation 6. Hall 7. The Economy 8. New resources & memorial 9. The Recreation Reserve 10. Arts & culture Burgo’s week: Monday: IPO furniture is in. Thanks to Pete Auty. Tuesday: Darley Stud came down with computers & furniture for IPO. . Thanks to Pete Williams. IPO is now set up. Final refinements to software are in progress. Thursday: Betsy Harrington contacted John re a meeting with Darley so they could send a representative. Rep was Deb Symons. Friday: Meeting with Kinglake & Marysville Committees plus Deb Symons who attended Darley. At that meeting $240000 will be allocated to CRCs to be spread between and negotiated through the Shire. Mike Chesworth suggested that a CRC volunteer has a conflict of interest in terms of employment. John did not respond favorably to this suggestion. Signed off on Friday was the Marysville, Flowerdale & Kinglake proposal re Youth Mental Health Program put to Darley who have accepted the proposal and fully funded it. This submission was led by the FRC. Also raised last Friday was the communication between CECs, Hubs, CDOs, VBRRA etc. Our suggestion is the FRC convenes a meeting between our Hub Captains, CDO, VBRRA Reps to understand who does what. John suggested that on the first Monday of each month the FRC invites Kim Fawcus, Betsy Harrington, Leanne Pleash, Liam McCarthy to our meetings. We are also inviting Natalie Welsh from Darley Stud to attend these meetings. Interim Report of the Royal Commission: John was one of 150 people invited including Richard Wynn Housing & Em Housing Joe Buffoni Minister for Telephone Communications who John liaised with. John has a copy of the interim report.
Draft Recovery Plans: John invited Kinglake and Marysville to join with Flowerdale to submit our Recovery Plan Document together as a show of solidarity. No response from Kinglake or Marysville yet. Kinder: Brian Collins in regular touch with FRC via John re Kinder. John: has concerns that often Facilitators have to make decisions on behalf of the FRC, before being able to fully consult with them. The FRC responded unanimously in entrusting the Facilitators to make such decisions and to have them reported and minuted and discussed at the next possible FRC meeting. Draft Recovery Document: Original document has been revised. Focus for the remainder of the meeting was around refining and improving this document. Meeting Ended 9.30pm
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