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The following committees have run their course and have come to an end.

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Local Representation Committee

The Local Representation Committees (LRCs) were established in May 2016 to provide advice to the Northern Beaches Council Administrator during the administration period. The LRC comprised of 21 former Councillors and Mayors to assist in the development of the Community Strategic Plan and the successful implementation of the new Council.

The three committees, across Social, Environment and Economic themes, met regularly and concluded in August 2017. Membership is detailed below along with their meeting notes.

Social

Chair - Jean Hay AMDuncan Kerr
Bob GiltinanKay Millar
Alex McTaggartWayne Gobert
Stephen PickeringVanessa Moskal

Environment

Chair - Kylie FergusonIan White
Cathy GriffinJulie Hegarty
Barbara AirdPat Daley
Hugh Burns 

Economic

Chair - Michael ReganSue Heins
Jose Menano-PiresAlan Le Surf
Candy BinghamRoslyn Harrison

Implementation Advisory Committee

The new Council is committed to maintaining a high level of community representation with the local community. In May 2016 an Implementation Advisory Group (IAG) was established.

The Implementation Advisory Group played an important role in providing advice to the Administrator during the administration period. Members of the Implementation Advisory Group included:

  • Jean Hay (Chair), Former Manly Mayor
  • Michael Regan (Deputy Chair), Former Warringah Mayor
  • Kylie Ferguson (Deputy Chair), Former Pittwater Deputy Mayor, Kylie Ferguson
  • Alex McTaggart, Former Pittwater Councillor
  • Jose Menano-Pires, Former Warringah Councillor
  • Cathy Griffin, Former Manly Councillor

Mona Vale Performance Space Advisory Committee

As per Council’s resolution on 26 February 2019, this committee has been concluded.

Advisory Committee for the Mona Vale Performance Space Project acts in an advisory role to Northern Beaches Council for the development of the proposed Mona Vale Performance Space. 

Council has committed to develop a feasibility study and a detailed business case, including business plan for the construction and operation of the project to ensure the project’s viability. The community members are required to have specialist skills in the development of new government infrastructure and/or community projects.  Knowledge of performance venues, the performing arts, car parks and commercial retail development is highly desirable.

The Committee will meet approx. four times a year.