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‎The Burnside Brief

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A breakdown of the council meetings for the City of Burnside in Adelaide, South Australia. Sarah, Paul and Henry discuss the goings on inside the council chamber, giving a unique look into the operation of the City. Continue Reading >>
A breakdown of the council meetings for the City of Burnside in Adelaide, South Australia. Sarah, Paul and Henry discuss the goings on inside the council chamber, giving a unique look into the operation of the City. << Show Less
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Episode 16 - Wading Back In Welcome to Season 2021! The first meeting of the year gave Paul, Sarah and Henry a lot to talk about, even if the NBN gods weren't playing cricket. The team chat about the Ombudsman's report into credit card spending, the new and improved Tusmore Park Wading Pool and the Urban Forest Asset Management Plan.
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Episode 16 - Wading Back In Welcome to Season 2021! The first meeting of the year gave Paul, Sarah and Henry a lot to talk about, even if the NBN gods weren't playing cricket. The team chat about the Ombudsman's report into credit card spending, the new and improved Tusmore Park Wading Pool and the Urban Forest Asset Management Plan.
Episode 15 - Probably should know a bit more about it The City of Burnside gets an environmental scorecard, we approve funding for Kensington Gardens facilities, we approve the Disability Inclusion Plan plus lots of events in the latest edition of the Burnside Brief.
Episode 14 - Henry Went There Henry channels the Monty Python boys as we review the latest meeting of the City of Burnside Council. We talk about the new strategic plan, putting the Parkrun plan on hold, as well as some out of the chamber matters. And there are warm fuzzies.
Episode 13 - BB is watching you... After a mid-winter break, Crs Huebl, Davis and Hughes are back for the Burnside Brief. We talk Park-Running, School-Driving, Surveillance-Watching and Carbon-Offsetting.
Episode 12 - The Truth about Cats In what has been a record gap between meeting and pod, Crs Huebl, Davis and Hughes manage to scurry around cats, the speed limit on Hallet Rd, the Small Business Friendly Council initiative, our new Disability Access and Inclusion Plan as well as some other tidbits, before getting back to cats again. Me-wow!
Episode 11 - Bumfuzzle It's our first palindromic episode! We are a little briefer this week as Paul, Sarah and Henry talk about high-rise rubbish, the Keelty Review, new open space in Chamber's Gully and the popularity of the pump track. We also sneak in some discussion about our favourite words.
Episode 10 - having a rant Happy 10th episode to us, even if we didn't realise it while recording! On the Brief this week, Paul Sarah and Henry chat about 31 Laurel Ave, Federal funding $, the pumptrack's new home, the budget, trees on private land and the possibility of a Youth Centre in Burnside.
Episode 9 - Good things come... We are late this week, but we talk about our Budget Workshop as well! The trio look at the Long Term Strategic Plan, the CEO probationary period ending, a return to meetings, and some feedback from listeners, who may or may not be our mums.
Episode 8 - Less is more With such a short meeting, Cr Hughes was surprised to see that Crs Huebl and Davis still managed to rattle on for so long. They discussed the passing of Cr Bills, Kensington Gardens Reserve, the imminent move of the pump track, shed programs, grants, and dog bags.
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