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Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Ordinary Council MeetingMonday 11 November 2019Table of ContentsPageItems Determined Under Delegated Authority by Council Committees . 629Ordinary Council Meeting . 630Confirmation of Minutes . 631Leave of Absence and Apologies . 631Declarations of Interest . 631Late Correspondence . 631Petitions Tabled . 631Public Forum . 6321Options for Public High Schools in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney . 632Mayoral Minute . 63310.1Garden Awards . 63310.2Vale Ken Gresham . 63610.3Vale Russell King . 63710.4Drought Relief . 63910.5Plan to Save Our Recycling . 640Environmental Planning Committee . 28 October 2019 . 644R1Planning Proposal - Heritage Listing of the Rose Bay SewagePumping Station and Gates in Percival Park at 13 Collins Avenue,Rose Bay . 644R2Planning Proposal - Paddington Floodplain Risk ManagementStudy and Plan 2019 . 645R3Public Exhibition of Draft Woollahra Development control Plan2015 (Amendment No. 9) - Electric Vehicles: Leading the Way . 646R4Feedback from the Department of Planning, Industry andEnvironment - Planning Proposal - Proposed amendments toWoollahra LEP 2014 including the introduction of an FSR controlfor low density residential development. . 647R5Draft Woollahra Integrated Transport Strategy . 649Finance, Community & Services Committee . 28 October 2019 . 650R1Community & Cultural Grants - October Small& Large Grants Round . 650Environmental Planning Committee . 4 November 2019 . 651R1Section 60 Application for Gaden House, 2A Cooper Street,Double Bay . 651R2Public Exhibition of proposed amendments to the PaddingtonHeritage Conservation Area Controls . 652R3Heritage Significance Asessment of 30 Wyuna Road, Point Piper . 654R4Low Rise Medium Density Housing Code - Local HousingStrategy, Special Local Character Areas and Minimum lot sizestandards for attached dual occupancies . 655Page 627
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Table of ContentsPageFinance, Community & Services Committee . 4 November 2019 . 657R1Request for grant of Easement to owner of460-464 New South Head Road, Double Bay . 657R2Closing of Road Portion adjoining 4 and 6-8Hampden Street, Paddington . 658R32019/20 Budget Review for the Quarter ended30 September 2019 . 659Councillor Reports/Councillor Updates . 66015.1Remembrance Day . 660Notices of Motion/Questions with Notice . 66116.1Notice of Motion - Special Local Character Areas . 66116.2Notice of Motion - Council Meeting Commencement Time . 66216.3Notice of Motion - Trelawney Court at number 3 Trelawney StreetWoollahra - Proposed Local Heritage Listing . 66316.4Notice of Motion - Heritage Listing Properties . 66416.5Notice of Motion - Interwar Residential Flat Buildings . 66516.6Questions with Notice . 666Page 628
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Items Determined Under Delegated Authority byCouncil CommitteesThe following items were determined under Delegated Authority. To see the delegateddecisions of Council please refer to the individual Committee Meeting Minutes.Environmental Planning Committee held on Monday 28 October 2019D1Confirmation of Minutes of Meeting held on 16 September 2019Finance, Community & Services Committee held on Monday 28 October 2019D1D2D3D4D5D6D7Confirmation of Minutes of Meeting held on 16 September 2019Woollahra Local Traffic Committee Minutes - 1 October 2019McKell Park - Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) Compliant AccessInstallation of piece of Berlin Wall in Euroka ReserveDisclosure of Interest Returns Submitted by Councillors and Designated PersonsMonthly Financial Report - September 2019Cultural Committee Meeting ReportEnvironmental Planning Committee held on Monday 04 November 2019D1Confirmation of Minutes of Meeting held on 28 October 2019Finance, Community & Services Committee held on Monday 04 November 2019D1D2D3Confirmation of Minutes of Meeting held on 28 October 2019Delivery Program 2018 - 2021 and Operational Plan 2019/20 Quarterly Progress Report September 2019Capital Works Program - Quarterly Progress Report September 2019Page 629
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Ordinary Council MeetingMinutes of the Meeting of Woollahra Municipal Councilheld at the Council Chambers, 536 New South Head Road, Double Bay, on11 November 2019 at 6.05pm.Present:Her Worship the Mayor, Councillor Susan Wynne, ex-officioCouncillors: Richard ShieldsPeter CavanaghClaudia CullenMary-Lou JarvisAnthony MaranoNick MaxwellMegan McEwinHarriet PriceLucinda ReganMatthew RobertsonMark SilcocksToni ZeltzerStaff:Also in Attendance:Allan CokerLynn GarlickDon JohnstonTom O’HanlonHelen Tola(Director – Planning & Development)(Director – Community Services)(Acting General Manager)(Director – Technical Services)(Manager – Governance & Council Support)NilNote:The Mayor Councillor Wynne, welcomed her sister Jane who has travelled to Sydneyfrom Tamworth.Note:The Council stopped proceedings to observe a minutes silence for Remembrance Day(at the commencement of the meeting).Page 630
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Confirmation of Minutes(Jarvis/Zeltzer)147/19 Resolved:THAT the Minutes of the Ordinary Council Meeting held on 23 September 2019 be taken as readand confirmed.(Jarvis/Zeltzer)148/19 Resolved:THAT the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on 23 September 2019 be taken as read andconfirmed.Leave of Absence and Apologies(Robertson/Zeltzer)149/19 Resolved:THAT Leave of Absence for all meetings of the Council and its Committees be granted toCouncillor Isabelle Shapiro for the period from 16 October 2019 to 13 November 2019 inclusive.Note: An apology was received and accepted from Councillor Luise Elsing and leave of absencegranted.Declarations of InterestNilLate CorrespondenceNote:Council resolution of 27 June 2011 to read late correspondence in conjunction with therelevant Agenda Item R4 EP (28/10/19), Item R1, R2 & R4 EP (4/11/2019) & QON 4.Petitions TabledNilPage 631
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Public ForumItem No:1Person addressing Council:Rimmelle Freedman & Licia Heath from CLOSEastSubject:Secondary Public Education in the Woollahra LGAMs Freedman, representing the Community for Local Options for Secondary Education (CLOSEast),addressed Council on the need for options to be explored to establish Public High Schools in theEastern Suburbs of Sydney.(Zeltzer/Regan)150/19 Resolved:The Council noted the information and requested that the Mayor, Councillor Wynne convenesa meeting with Rimmelle Freedman and Licia Heath from CLOSEast.Page 632
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Mayoral MinuteItem No:10.1Subject:GARDEN AWARDSAuthor:File No:Reason for Report:Susan Wynne, Mayor19/175990Acknowledge and congratulate the winners of the 2019 Garden Awards.(Cavanagh/Robertson)151/19 Resolved:A.THAT winners and entrants be congratulated for their excellent entries.B.THAT Council note the winners for the 2019 Garden Awards.Background:I am delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Woollahra Garden Awards. The Awards wereopen from June to October and provide an opportunity for residents, local businesses, school groupsand community organisations to showcase their gardens – big or small.We are always keen to see local gardens demonstrating water-wise choices and sustainablepractices as well as demonstrating creativity and unique features. The judging process involved theconsideration of design, species and plant selection, health and vigor of vegetation, landscapedesign, originality, and sustainability.Categories:It is my pleasure to announce the following category winners.Best Community/School Garden - Demonstrated how their garden contributes to quality of ourlocal parks, grows abundant organic produce and brings the community together.Winner:Best Community/School Garden: Cooper Park Community GardenHighly Commended: Rose Bay Community GardenComments on the winning entry: ‘The range of flowers currently blooming in the various plots wasan absolute delight, particularly the sweet peas which cover the back fence with an amazing array ofcolour. It is wonderful to have a community garden thriving in one of most popular parks.’Best Sustainable Garden - Demonstrated how their garden contributes to the health of the localenvironment.Winner:Best Sustainable Garden: Derby Street Community Project.Page 633
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Comments on the winning entry: ‘The transformation the community has had on this reserve isoutstanding. The entrance to the reserve provides an amazing range of colours and welcominglyleads residents into the reserve. It was particularly rewarding to hear that the Garden Award hadhelped bolster attendance at working bees prior to the Awards. The group have created a beautifulfamily space which is complemented by the stunning view across the harbour’.Best Small Garden - Demonstrated how they created an amazing and abundant green environmentin a small space.Winner:Best Small Garden: Samuel Harvey, 110 Edgecliff Road, WoollahraHighly Commended: Naomi Shaw, 41 Streatfield Road, Bellevue HillComments on the winning entry: ‘It is a wonderfully designed garden which makes the most of thesmall space with the garden flowing seamlessly from the home.’Best Large Garden - Demonstrated how they have created a beautiful large garden with variouscreative influences.Winner:Best Large Garden: St Marks Anglican Church Memorial Garden, Darling Point.Comments on the winning entry: ‘It is a beautifully maintained garden, you can see the high level ofcare and love they put into the garden and the resulting space is a joy to witness.’Best Garden (Overall)I am grateful to former Mayor, Councillor Peter M Cavanagh, TV and radio personality DianaFisher, OAM and author, broadcaster and TV presenter Indira Naidoo for agreeing to be judges thisyear and we are pleased to have Diana with us this evening. Indira Naidoo has sent her apologies.Prizes were presented to the category winners this afternoon at a special ceremony hosted on theterrace. Prizes included copies Indira Naidoo’s book The Edible City, gorgeous watering cans andgardening tools.The overall winner receives a copy of The Edible City and a gardening voucher to continue theirexcellent work.We are now going to reveal the winner of the Best Overall Garden. I would like to invite the formerMayor, Councillor Peter Cavanagh and Diana Fisher to come forward and present the overallwinner with their prize.Comments on the winning entry:The winning garden has been designed and constructed by the owner to meet the varying needs ofhis family. It incorporates native plants, a reading space, a bbq area and play area for his children.Page 634
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Winner Best Overall Garden:Samuel Harvey, 110 EdgecliffRoad, WoollahraBest Garden & Best SmallGarden‘It is a wonderfully designedgarden which makes the mostof the small space with thegarden flowing seamlesslyfrom the home. The plantselection is well suited to thevarious micro-climates in thecourtyard and provides a lovelymixture of species. Thehanging planters softened thespace and provided a relaxingatmosphere which resulted in amultifunctional space that wasa joy to spend time in.’Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to the judges for their support of the 2019 GardenAwards. I am grateful to all staff involved in promoting and organising the Awards.Cr Susan WynneMayor of WoollahraNote:In accordance with Council’s adopted Code of Meeting Practice voting on the Motion isnoted below.For the MotionAgainst the MotionCouncillor CavanaghCouncillor CullenCouncillor JarvisCouncillor MaranoCouncillor MaxwellCouncillor McEwinCouncillor PriceCouncillor ReganCouncillor RobertsonCouncillor ShieldsCouncillor SilcocksCouncillor WynneCouncillor ZeltzerNil13/0Page 635
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Item No:10.2Subject:VALE KEN GRESHAMAuthor:File No:Reason for Report:Susan Wynne, Mayor19/177521To place on public record the outstanding contributions to the communitymade by the late Ken Gresham and to convey our sympathy and gratitudeto his family.(Zeltzer/Jarvis)152/19 Resolved:A.THAT Council place on public record Woollahra Council’s recognition of the outstandingcontributions to the community made by the late Ken Gresham.B.THAT the Mayor write on behalf of the Council and the community to the family of KenGresham to convey our sympathy and our gratitude for his service to the community ofWoollahra.Background:Ken Gresham was the longest-serving President of the Queen Street West Woollahra Associationand all of us were sad to hear of his death on Saturday 26 October 2019.In addition to his outstanding work with the Queen Street West Woollahra Association, Kenpreviously served as the Chair of the Double Bay Chamber of Commerce and Commodore of theRoyal Motor Yacht Club at Point Piper. His commitment and practical support for Point Zero 8(helping troubled youth), COA (support for Jewish seniors), the Women's International ZionistOrganisation, The Great Synagogue and his founding membership of the Sydney Jewish TheatreCompany are all excellent examples of how active Ken was in our local community.Ken was no stranger to Woollahra Council. He regularly and enthusiastically shared his views withus on a wide range of issues. We agreed with most of them. He was a fierce advocate for theresidents of West Woollahra and we always admired his determination to represent his local areaand their thoughts, needs and hopes for the future of Woollahra.Ken’s life was a constant and consistent reminder of what community citizenship is all about.Our sympathy goes to Ken’s wife, Sara, children Simon and Aylie, his grandchildren, many friendsand past and previous members of the Queen Street West Woollahra Association at this sad time.We hope they find some comfort in the memories they have of a great man who gave his energy,time and commitment to those around him and to the wider community.He will be well remembered by all of us.Cr Susan WynneMayor of WoollahraPage 636
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019In accordance with Council’s adopted Code of Meeting Practice voting on the Motion isnoted below.Note:For the MotionAgainst the MotionCouncillor CavanaghCouncillor CullenCouncillor JarvisCouncillor MaranoCouncillor MaxwellCouncillor McEwinCouncillor PriceCouncillor ReganCouncillor RobertsonCouncillor ShieldsCouncillor SilcocksCouncillor WynneCouncillor ZeltzerNil13/0Item No:10.3Subject:VALE RUSSELL KINGAuthor:File No:Reason for Report:Susan Wynne, Mayor19/177556To place on public record the outstanding contribution to the community,especially the young people of the eastern suburbs, made by the lateRussel King through his work with WAYS and to note the Mayor’s lettersto his family and WAYS.(Zeltzer/Shields)153/19 Resolved:A.THAT Council place on public record Woollahra Council’s recognition of the outstandingcontribution to the community especially the young people of the eastern suburbs made by thelate Russell King through his works with WAYS.B.THAT Council notes the Mayor has written on behalf of the Council and the community tothe family and WAYS acknowledging Russell King and has conveyed its sympathy and ourgratitude for his service to the local area.Page 637
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Background:After a long battle with cancer, Russell King the long-serving Chief Executive Officer of WAYSYouth and Family died on 19 October 2019. Russell started as a volunteer at WAYS in 1987 andquickly went on to become CEO – a role he loved and did so well for 30 years.His dedication to the young people in our community was influenced by his deep commitment tobelieving that all young people deserved the care and support to learn and thrive into adulthood.Under Russell’s leadership WAYs Youth and Family developed a very successful range of servicesfor younger residents including after school care, alternative secondary education, as well as generalhealth and counselling support. In 2017 the Hon Gabrielle Upton MP awarded Russell the welldeserved Premier’s Community Services Award, in order to acknowledge Russell’s success.Russell helped many young residents in the eastern suburbs and his legacy lives on with a team ofyouth educators, youth workers, GPs and staff who share his belief that all young people deserve toreach their full potential.We have expressed our sympathy to Russell’s family – his wife Sallie and his daughter Keriana, theWAYS Board and members of staff. Thanks to Councillor Peter Cavanagh who represented me atRussell’s funeral service on Friday 25 October. In lieu of flowers Council made a donation toWAYS to further their excellent work in the community.Cr Susan WynneMayorNote:In accordance with Council’s adopted Code of Meeting Practice voting on the Motion isnoted below.For the MotionAgainst the MotionCouncillor CavanaghCouncillor CullenCouncillor JarvisCouncillor MaranoCouncillor MaxwellCouncillor McEwinCouncillor PriceCouncillor ReganCouncillor RobertsonCouncillor ShieldsCouncillor SilcocksCouncillor WynneCouncillor ZeltzerNil13/0Page 638
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Item No:10.4Subject:DROUGHT RELIEFAuthor:File No:Reason for Report:Susan Wynne, Mayor19/177574To seek a resolution to donate 10,000 to the NSW Farmers Association’sDrought Relief Fund supporting our regional and rural friends.(Zeltzer/Robertson)154/19 Resolved:THAT Council donate 10,000 to the NSW Farmers Association’s Drought Relief Fund.Background:The drought continues to deepen in regional and rural NSW. 12 months ago it was hitting theheadlines with gusto and the situation has not improved, with many areas of the State sufferingthrough a failed winter season.The images of dust-blown and brown paddocks, emaciated livestock and the severe bushfires thatcontinue to ravage parts of the State are the visible manifestations of this deepening crisis. But it isthe less visible, less obvious effects whose impacts will be long lasting on our country cousins.Depression, anxiety, suicide, family breakdowns, closures of businesses and worsening economicconditions are all very real, critical and debilitating impacts of the drought, which by and large gounnoticed or unseen. They threaten, however, the very fabric that knits these communities and theseregions together.From Sydney, it is difficult to conceive of the enormity of the scale of the crisis gripping thecountry; equally, it is difficult to know how we can be of assistance, or whether anything we do willactually have an impact.Through SSROC it has been proposed that each of the member Councils donates 10,000 and thatthe total amount of 110,000 be donated to the NSW Farmers Association’s Drought Relief Fund.This fund partners with the Salvation Army to provide and distribute 100 IGA gift cards to farmersto assist them with buying everyday essentials and groceries, as well as providing a shot in the armfor their local economies.It is my hope that as well as the financial assistance, such an initiative will carry with it a messagethat they are not in this fight alone, that they know we’re here and we’re supporting them in theirtime of need.Cr Susan WynneMayor of WoollahraPage 639
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019In accordance with Council’s adopted Code of Meeting Practice voting on the Motion isnoted below.Note:For the MotionAgainst the MotionCouncillor CavanaghCouncillor CullenCouncillor JarvisCouncillor MaranoCouncillor MaxwellCouncillor McEwinCouncillor PriceCouncillor ReganCouncillor RobertsonCouncillor ShieldsCouncillor SilcocksCouncillor WynneCouncillor ZeltzerNil13/0Item No:10.5Subject:PLAN TO SAVE OUR RECYCLINGAuthor:File No:Reason for Report:Susan Wynne, Mayor19/175051To support an initiative of Local Government NSW aimed at improvedrecycling and waste management.(Price/Silcocks)155/19 Resolved:A.THAT Council acknowledges the growing imperative to manage waste and recycling withinNSW and calls for urgent action from the State Government to help build a circular economyin NSW.B.THAT Council recognises initiatives and projects taken within the Woollahra localgovernment area to help achieve this goal, including:i.Re-sheeting of roads using products with significant quantities of recycled plastic andglass.ii.Introduction of on-call e-waste collection serviceiii. Compost Revolution (with Waverley and Randwick councils)C.THAT Council acknowledges the work being done by the SSROC Councils, including:i.Development of a regional waste and recycling strategy.ii.Regional agreement to emphasize recycled materials in Council procurementD.THAT Council endorses Local Government NSW’s sector-wide Save our Recyclingcampaign, and asks the State Government to reinvest the Waste Levy in:Page 640
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutesi.ii.iii.iv.11 November 2019Funding councils to collaboratively develop regional-scale plans for the future of wasteand recycling in their regionsThe delivery of the priority infrastructure and other local government projects needed todeliver regional-scale plans, particularly where a market failure has been identifiedSupport for the purchase of recycled content by all levels of government, to help createnew marketsFunding and delivery of a state-wide education campaign on the importance ofrecycling, including the right way to recycle, the purchase of products with recycledcontent and the importance of waste avoidance.E.THAT Council write to the local State Members Gabrielle Upton MP and Alex GreenwichMP, Minister for Energy and Environment the Hon Matthew Kean MP, Local GovernmentMinister the Hon Shelley Hancock MP, NSW Treasurer the Hon Dominic Perrottet MP,Premier the Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, Opposition Leader Jodi McKay MP, ShadowMinister for Environment and Heritage Kate Washington MP, and Shadow Minister for LocalGovernment Greg Warren MP to confirm their support for recycling and outline the urgentneed to educate, innovate and invest in local waste and recycling services via the Waste Levy.F.THAT Council advise LGNSW of the passage of this Mayoral Minute.G.THAT Council shares and promotes the Save Our Recycling campaign via its digital andsocial media channels and via its networks.Background:I am calling on Councillors to support the local government sector’s Save Our Recycling campaignas outlined in the Local Government NSW report At the Crossroads: The State of Waste andRecycling in NSW.The NSW Government collects revenue from a Waste Levy via licensed waste facilities in NSW todiscourage the amount of waste being landfilled and to promote recycling and resource recovery.According to the latest NSW Budget papers, this totalled 772 million in 2018/19.Council paid a total of approximately 4.6m via the Waste Levy in financial years 16/17, 17/18 and18/19. Over the same period Council received 347k in funding to assist with waste managementand recycling infrastructure, programs and education.Revenue from the Waste Levy is expected to increase by about 70 percent from 2012/13 to2022/23. By the end of this period the Waste Levy revenue is forecast to have increased to morethan 800 million a year: 100 for every woman, man and child in NSW. Yet, only a small portion– less than one fifth – of this revenue is invested back into waste and recycling programs.The latest progress report on the NSW Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Strategy 2014-21shows that in NSW: household recycling rates are decreasing less waste per person is being diverted from landfill the amount of waste being generated is expected to grow by 36 percent by 2036 – well abovepopulation growth.Recent decisions by China and other countries to put in place measures to stop the importation ofplastic and paper recycling from countries like Australia are also making it more challenging to findmarkets for recycled products.Page 641
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting Minutes11 November 2019Local councils in NSW are calling on the NSW Government to reverse this downward slide: toinvest the money it collects from the Waste Levy to help fix our state’s ailing waste and recycling,and help build a circular economy in NSW.Local Government’s Save our Recycling campaign outlines ways the State Government can workwith us to properly develop, fund and deliver the waste and recycling systems our communitiesdeserve.It is a blueprint for the NSW Government to invest the money it collects from the Waste Levy tohelp fix our ailing recycling services and build a circular economy in NSW.The campaign focuses on the following key areas for NSW Government action:Education: Fund a large-scale, state-wide education campaign to support recycling and markets forrecycled products in NSW. The NSW Government must fund and work with councils to activatethis campaign; community by community.Innovation: Greater use of more recycled content by all tiers of government to help create scale, andthen new markets, jobs and investment will follow.Investment: Reinvest the Waste Levy in council-led regional waste-and-recycling plans and fundcouncils to deliver the infrastructure and services our cities and regions need.In 2018, delegates at the LGNSW 2018 Conference unanimously voted to call on the NSWGovernment to reinvest the Waste Levy in recycling and waste infrastructure and programs.The 2019 Conference further supported this approach, outlining specific solutions to the waste andrecycling crisis which could be delivered in partnership with local government. These steps areoutlined in the wording of this Mayoral Minute, and include:Funded regional waste plans for the future of waste and resource recovery developed by councilsfor their regions.Funding for and delivery of the priority infrastructure and other local government projectsnecessary to deliver these regional-scale plans, particularly where market failure has been identifiedIncreased local and state government procurement of recycled goods made with domestic content,e.g.recycled content targets to help drive demand and provide incentives to deliver on thesetargets.funded research, development and delivery of recycling technologies and products generatedfrom recyclables, particularly by local or regional councils.I am recommending that we support the Save Our Recycling campaign, which is being coordinatedon behalf of the sector by LGNSW.Cr Susan WynneMayor of WoollahraPage 642
Woollahra Municipal CouncilOrdinary Council Meeting MinutesNote:11 November 2019In accordance with Council’s adopted Code of Meeting Practice voting on the Motion isnoted below.For the MotionAgainst the MotionCouncillor CavanaghCouncillor CullenCouncillor JarvisCouncillor MaranoCouncillor MaxwellCouncillor McEwinCouncillor PriceCouncillor ReganCouncillor RobertsonCou
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