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Copy of NCC Submission

Presentation for Council Annual Plan Submission

Tim Leyland

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Copy of NCC Submission

Safe at the Top International Safer Communities Nelson Tasman Community Outcomes KIND, HEALTHY PEOPLE
We are part of a welcoming, safe, inclusive and healthy Community
Council Priorities Putting Nelson’s regional identity on the radar Working with the Community Profiling the city Death in the afternoon Tragic waste of life
Five people killed in three crashes Death leads to call for safety focus Racism rife in Nelson region City violence horrifies mayor World Cup fever hits two years early Safety first, please Free smoke alarms offer Nelson touted as cycle Mecca Race Unity crowd the biggest yet Council is the only organisation in Nelson with overall
responsibility for the wellbeing of Nelson residents.
Good working relationships are the key to all these joint
programmes and projects.
Vision Request Equivalent to $5,000 Organisational commitment to Safe at the Top ACC claims $46.7 million in Nelson/Tasman in 2007/08 Injury burden $2.7m construction $5m home accidents $7m road accidents Our community, leading the way to safety. Who Why What Resilience Viability Safe at the Top International Safer Communities Nelson Tasman our submission explains who we are and what we do
we will be happy to take questions at the end of our presentation
our focus today is on WHY Council should be interested in this project Council's budget rates revenue for 2019 = 82 Million
60% increase on 2011 Nelson City resident population 2019 = 50,000
10% increase on 2011 What will make me choose Nelson for my family ? The viability of Council's own business model rests on attracting and retaining residents who can afford to pay for Council's services Council Priorities 0.1 FTE (4 hours per week) Support for the process Safe at the Top principles in action
Road Safety Action Planning
Racism Reporting Tool Opportunities for similar gains in other areas
Outdoor safety
Racism and emergent communities
Family Violence
Road Safety
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