Since then Clarence has grown rapidly to become a self-sufficient city. Expansion to Eastlands Shopping Centre and the nearby commercial businesses on Bligh and Bayfield Streets has seen a strong growth in retail. (2003), 'The Eastern Shore - A History of Clarence' By Alison Alexander (2003). 96 Bligh Street. Liberal member Bruce Goodluck also held he seat for 18 years from 1975 until 1993, but since then the seat has been safely in Labor hands, with Harry Quick (1993–2007), and Julie Collins (since 2007) holding the seat. [24], The city has large areas of residential property interspersed with natural flora, typically sclerophyll bushland. Horse riding facilities can be found at Acton and surfing is popular at Clifton and Goats Beaches. The City of Clarence has a very active culture of sports. Clarence City Council Alderman • Orielton 12 Councillors (Aldermen) – 25 candidates. Cr Steve Douglas. Become more involved with your local government, have your say, and serve your city. 1, pp.15), History of Tasmania. I have lived on the Eastern Shore for almost 30 years and feel strongly about providing considered representation for ratepayers and residents. [57], Local government area in Tasmania, Australia. In Rumney, the other Legislative Council seat within Clarence, the current member is the Independent Tony Mulder, who has held the seat since 2011.[35]. In addition to hills, there is 191 km (119 mi) of shoreline, much of which is connected with paths, as well as over 30 beaches. [54] Nelson Eastern Suburbs Soccer Club is also based in Clarence at the North Warrane Oval and also compete in the Southern Championship. History of Tasmania. His son Clarence Walter, born at St Leonards in 1890, served as a Commander with the Royal Australian Navy in World War II. Despite soon developing a reputation of being treacherous to cross in stormy weather, and suffering delays caused by its lifting span opening to allow maritime traffic to pass, it created previously unprecedented access to the eastern shore. A new Bellerive Police Station and Watch House was completed in 1842, and has subsequently been used as municipal council chambers, a district library and the CIB headquarters, but at present it is used as a Community Arts Centre. The southern regions of the city are notorious for being affected by strong southerly winds known locally as the 'sea breeze', particularly during summer months. Liberal (conservative) member Bill Falkinder was the longest-serving member who only represented one party, holding the seat from 1946 until 1966. [14], The relocation of the colony did not end the desire to settle the eastern shore of the Derwent though. The median household income is $1,124, $92 above the states average, and proves to be an average increase of 8% from the 2001 average. The municipal area is made up of suburbs, seaside shacks, historic villages, vineyards, farms and so much more. Councillor (Alderman) Clarence City Council. Only two aldermen from the dismissed Glebe Council, McCormack and Emblem were elected in … The station remains the administrative Headquarters of 'East Command'. [8], It is believed the indigenous Tasmanian Aborigines have lived in Tasmania for at least 35,000 years. New suburbs arose, such as Flagstaff Gully, Geilston Bay, and Old Beach to the north, and Cremorne, Howrah, Lauderdale, Rokeby, and Tranmere towards the south of the city. The first school opened within Clarence Plains was the Kangaroo Point School (now Bellerive Primary School) in 1842. 91% of residents were Australian citizens, exactly the same as the state figure. Alderman Dean Ewington this week described the proposal as symbolism and said "reconciliation is a two-way thing". However its supply during wet months is ample, and the catchment at Risdon Brook Dam provides much of the city's supply. Telephone 03 6217 9500 Email clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au 325 likes. It is the second largest sailing club in southern Tasmania with over 800 members, and an annual turnover of over A$ 1 million. [23], The City of Clarence, along with Glenorchy, Hobart, and Kingborough form Greater Hobart. [42], One area where the Clarence City Council has been particularly effective is in developing Community Arts events. Ferry services operates services between Bellerive Quay and Sullivans Cove at peak times on weekdays. Political Organization. The government primary schools are: Bellerive Primary School, Cambridge Primary School, Clarendon Vale Primary School, Howrah Primary School, Lauderdale Primary School, Lindisfarne Primary School, Lindisfarne North Primary School, Montagu Bay Primary School, Richmond Primary School, Rokeby Primary School, South Arm Primary School, The Cottage School, and Warrane Primary School. Local government service. By Lyndall Ryan. Clarence City Council alderman Brendan Blomeley said laws that allowed "a hungry and homeless man to be charged, convicted and fined for taking waste food" should be … Published by the Clarence City Council. Television is provided by five licensed operators, the government provided Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Special Broadcasting Service, and the commercial operators WIN Television and Southern Cross Television. Alderman, apricot farmer, local business person, community leader and, hopefully, re-elected representative on Clarence City Council. The area that now constitutes the City of Clarence was once part of the traditional land of the Moomairemener, a sub-group of the Tasmanian Aborigines. There was an average of 2.5 persons per dwelling, and out of the 20,737 residences 1,532 or 7% were vacant. However within months it had dried up, and his camp was in despair for want of water. The first vessel of his party, Lady Nelson arrived in the Derwent on Wednesday, 8 September 1803, and Bowen arrived five days later aboard Albion. Most of the utilities provision within Tasmania has traditionally fallen to government authorities. ], History of Tasmania. Click to view latest results. Almost immediately demand for residential property there increased. Learn about the polices that guide the work of Members of Council. Clarence City Council held a workshop last night and Alderman received a project briefing by proponents on the status of a hotel and hospitality development at Kangaroo Bay. Clarence, Tasmania. Local authority, responsible for provision of such services as roads, libraries and planning permissions rests with the Clarence City Council. The traffic problems, delays caused by the raising of the navigation section for maritime traffic, and the toll all proved extremely unpopular. The boundaries of the electorate of Franklin at Federal level are also the same as those of the State Division of Franklin for the Tasmanian House of Assembly (lower house). It operates a mayor-council system that consists of twelve aldermen that stand for four-year terms. Consumables, $144.94; Conferences/training, $15; IT and communications equipment … John Peers - Clarence City Council Alderman. Cr Annie Browning. Tasmania Police's 'East Command' district is administered from Bellerive Police Station, which is now located in Rosny Park. (ed.) Rosny Park Transit Mall serves as the hub for Metro Tasmania bus transportation within the city, which is the primary provider of public transportation in Clarence. Other councils . City Council Meetings, Agendas and Minutes. City Council is made up of 26 members: the Mayor, who is elected city-wide, and 25 Councillors who are elected in each ward across the city. City … Alderman, Clarence City Council ”You deserve a council that makes decisions in your best interests, not those of big developers. A second disaster occurred in the city in 1975 when the bulk carrier, Lake Illawarra collided with the Tasman Bridge collapsing a section of roadway in the Tasman Bridge Disaster. [57], The most commonly identified religious beliefs amongst residents of the City of Clarence were Anglicanism (16,217, or 21%), Roman Catholic (10,610, or 19%), and Uniting (2,331, or 2%). 1, pp.27), The Eastern Shore - A History of Clarence. Clarence is connected to Glenorchy via the Bowen Bridge, and Hobart via the Tasman Bridge, both over the Derwent River. Clarence City Council 38 Bligh Street (PO Box 96) Rosny Park Tasmania 7018 ABN 35 264 254 198. The best selling newspaper is the daily The Mercury. Learn about salaries, staffing and budgets to run Council offices, and view quarterly expense reports. The OHA Football Club would like to greatly thank the Clarence City Council for their presentation of our ground not only during the OSFA finals but the entire 2020 season and allowing us to host the finals. The whole area of the City of Clarence falls within the Australian Electoral Division of Franklin. Since 2012 I have served as a Clarence City Alderman. [19] A rare attempt at commercial opportunism was the short-lived Bellerive-Sorell Railway (1892 until 1926) which had its terminus on a long jetty extending into the Bay on reclaimed land that now makes up part of the Bellerive Boardwalk. The rate of robberies was 33.2 per 100,000, also well below the national average. The council currently flies the Tasmanian, Australian and Clarence City flags, with a … In 1963 the Clarence War Memorial Pool was constructed, and in 1965, Eastlands Shopping Centre opened in Rosny Park, being further expanded in 1971 and 1978. Percy Clarence Lee was a Freemason with memberships in Lodge Toxteth, the NSW Masonic Club and the Robert Burns Lodge of Australia. 2, pp.1008 -1010 [with map]; individual tribal entries; and the 'Further Reading' section on pp.1245 -1272). “These flood maps can be used by residents, designers and developers to inform planning, and improve community understanding and awareness of … [12], Clarence was the site of the first European settlement in Tasmania (then Van Diemen's Land) in 1803 at Risdon Cove. When a new City Council is elected, briefing materials are prepared for all Councillors. June: Clarence City Council Mayor Alderman Doug Chipman travelled to China to meet with Chambroad to discuss the project’s status. Community Service. The club also host the annual Bellerive Regatta every February. Clarence City Council 38 Bligh Street (PO Box 96) Rosny Park Tasmania 7018 ABN 35 264 254 198. The Eastern Shore Sun[43] is a freely delivered newspaper detailing local issues and events in the City of Clarence. Sydney, NSW (1996) [2nd Ed. [4], Prior to the establishment of the British colony there, Captain John Hayes of the East India Company had sailed up the Derwent River, with the vessels Duke of Clarence and the Duchess of Bengal in 1793. The religious primary schools in Clarence are: Corpus Christi School, Eastside Christian School, Emmanuel Christian School, John Paul II Primary School, St Cuthbert's Primary School, and St Johns School. Find Your Councillor Key Ward Number Ward Name Councillor 01 1 Etobicoke North Councillor Michael Ford 02 2 Etobicoke […] Customer Service Charter. Final. Launceston, Tasmania (1854) [2 vols] (see: Vol. Picture: LUKE BOWDEN. Crime rates are generally low within the city, and Clarence is seen as an extremely safe place to live. The Clarence local government area has a population of 56,945,[1] covering the eastern shore of the Derwent River from Otago to the South Arm Peninsula and the smaller localities of Cambridge, Richmond, and Seven Mile Beach. Clarence City Council, TAS. Since 2012 I have served as a Clarence City Alderman. He immediately set about his first task of relocating the colony to the mouth of the Hobart Rivulet on Sullivans Cove. Private properties had been built in each of these localities by the late 1820s, commanding excellent views across the Derwent to Hobart Town and Mount Wellington. Motor vehicle crime was 551.4 per 100,000, slightly below the national average, although a significant decrease on the 2001 figure (613.9/100,000). Clarence City Council Mayor Alderman Doug Chipman said the flood maps were a vital source of information for those concerned about flooding. On average, Clarence is warmer, and has less annual precipitation than Hobart or Glenorchy. John West. [39] During the period of isolation caused by the Tasman Bridge Disaster, The Friends' School established the Sherwood Primary School as an eastern shore branch for pupils in kindergarten to grade 2. The City of Clarence has few local media services, but is provided with media services that cover the entire area of Greater Hobart. There are six High Schools within the City of Clarence. The boundaries of the city stretch from the South Arm peninsular in the south bordered by Ralph's Bay, to Seven Mile Beach and the Pitt Water in the east, bordered by Frederick Henry Bay, to the Municitpality of Sorell in the north-east, and the Southern Midlands and Municipality of Brighton to the north. Candidate status. Community activity. [19], In the 1970s and 1980s the expansion of the Municipality of Clarence continued. [6], For the Moomairemener the area along the eastern shore of the Derwent was known as 'Nannyelebata'. [27], Residents of the City of Clarence are administered through three tiers of government, as part of the Australian federal government system. The administrative centre and main commercial district of Clarence is Rosny Park, approximately 5 kilometres from the CBD of Hobart. Debra Thurley Alderman Clarence City Council djthurley@bigpond.com 0400 662 382. Most suburbs are served by centralised commercial services that are found primarily in Rosny Park which is the city's central business district. Launceston, Tasmania (1854) [2 vols] (see: Vol. Mayor Peter Flannery. The majority of the residences (17,298) in Clarence are separate detached houses (90%), although 998 residences were attached housing (5%), 831 were flats (4%), and there was also 94 other residences which did not fall into any of these categories. Quizzer of Oz. Whilst it is definitely not large enough to be considered a hospital, recent upgrading has seen the centre fall into the super clinic category.[38]. City of Greater Geraldton, WA. The average weekly income of Clarence residents (August 2006) is $458, which is $60 above the state average. [15], The successful establishment of crops on Clarence Plains was vital to the survival of Hobart Town. It is connected to Sorell at Midway Point by the 19th century historic convict built Sorell Causeway. There is also a very active club sports community within most of these sports. Their main public supply reservoir is Risdon Brook Dam. • Grasstree Hill Alderman Dean Ewington. Bellerive Oval is also home to two of the cities elite sports teams, the Clarence District Cricket Club who compete in the Tasmanian Grade Cricket competition, and the Clarence Football Club, known colloquially as 'The Roos' who compete in the Tasmanian Football League, both of whom are semi-professional. Bellerive Oval lies immediately to the south, and the Hobart International Airport is located further north-west along the Tasman Highway. His son Clarence Walter, born at St Leonards in 1890, served as a Commander with the Royal Australian Navy in World War II. Telephone 03 6217 9500 Email clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au Despite the existence of small-scale manufacturing, agriculture, and viticulture, it is retail and government administration that provide the primary impetus of local economy. Deputy Chair Alderman Sharyn von Bertouch. (2003), United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. When a new City Council is elected, briefing materials are prepared for all Councillors. Of those, 92% identified as being Anglo-Celtic Australian. Join to Connect Clarence City Council. In the end, they only arrived shortly before the ships were able to navigate up-river. The vessel in turn, had been initially named in honour of the then future King. The isolation caused by the severing of the bridge, and the inability of patients to travel across the river for treatment highlighted the need for local health care services on the eastern shore. DETAILS The Issue Notes are an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning about many of the things Council discusses. Government Official. [19], The early 21st Century has seen Rosny Park continue to develop as the centre of the city. Cr Steve Douglas. The longest-serving member was William McWilliams who held the seat in two separate terms for over 20 years. The launch of the council's 'Kangaroo Bay Urban Design Strategy and Concept Plan' saw an attempt to modernise the town-planning of the City Centre with a programme of regeneration, improved infrastructure and amenities, the creation of a foreshore promenade and more appropriate urban landscaping. Rosny Park Public Golf Course is a 9-hole golf course located in the heart of the city, but there are also seven other golf courses located throughout Clarence, including Tasmania's premier club, the Tasmanian Golf Club. 37% of occupied dwellings were privately owned, a further 37% were mortgaged, 20% rented, and the rest rent-free or under some other form of tenure. Telephone 03 6217 9500 Email clarence@ccc.tas.gov.au [26], • Campania The growth was such that the municipality was officially incorporated as a city on 24 November 1988, with the population having grown beyond 50,000. [19], In the 1950s, post-war demand for housing led the State Government to create a public housing programme, providing cheap accommodation to cope with returning servicemen, and the boom in migrant labour. 9,917 residents (20%) belonged to various other faiths, and 9,611 (or 5%) identified as having no religion. The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia. Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD. [25] It also includes some rural and non-urban areas, such as the South Arm peninsular. Report this profile ... Clarence City Council Nov 2009 - Present 11 years 3 months. The ground usually hosts Australian home tests once every two years, and one-day internationals on an annual basis. [18] An industry that flourished throughout Clarence Plains was fruit growing, and by the 1880s several prosperous orchards were located within the region. The average weekly mortgage cost is $243, and the average cost of rent is $150. 146 likes. 325 likes. A unique feature of both shores of the Derwent is the way that housing is only built to a certain height, preserving the natural skyline along the hill tops. Most local schools participate in school competitions in major popular sports such as association football (also sometimes referred to as soccer in Australia), Australian rules football, cricket, hockey, netball, Touch Football, swimming and athletics. From there, the city of Hobart grew. [40] The senior secondary Rosny College is also situated in the heart of Clarence. Clarence Emblem, elected to the first Labor Council in December was re-elected at five Glebe municipal elections extending to 31 May 1939 when the council was removed from office. Based primarily around the Coal River valley between Richmond and Acton Park, the city's viticulture industry is exemplified by European style wines, that are located at a similar latitude to French and German regions such as Champagne, Lorraine, Baden and Rheingau. This initial conflict grew into the Black War, which devastated the population of the native Tasmanians. Public Figure. Clarence Climate Action. When Rosny Park grew in importance as the administrative centre of Clarence, Bellerive Police Station was relocated there. Such cards will be in accordance … 658 likes. Other councils . Published by the Clarence City Council. The City of Clarence generally receives sunrise two to three minutes before Hobart and Glenorchy, and sunset is also experienced slightly after the western shore, due to the angle of shadow cast by Mount Wellington. Published by the Clarence City Council. The City of Clarence is represented by a Mayor, Deputy Mayor and 10 aldermen who are elected for a four-year term. The average house price in Clarence is A$ 310,000. Clarence (Southern Tasmania’s biggest council) is a diverse community with 191km of coastline. Cr Peter Cox. Many of these schools are equipped with their own home grounds for many of these sports and almost all at least have cricket grounds. [57], The major sectors of employment are retail (20%), education (12%), health and Community services (12%), property management and business services (5%), and construction and trades (5%). He returned to Australia on 25 August 1917. Bridge was Alderman for Denison Ward, 1 December 1915 to 1 December 1918 and 1 December 1921 to 7 August 1924. [22], An increasing variety of services opened on the eastern shore. [57], 85% of residents of Clarence were born in Tasmania, similar to the state average of 83%. The first attempt at redressing this saw the establishment of public libraries in Bellerive and Lindisfarne. Clarence City Council Alderman Luke Edmunds has called for reforms to the way Local Government candidate advertising returns are released to the public. Other suburbs, such as Acton Park, Cambridge and Richmond are isolated communities. Alderman, Clarence City Council ”You deserve a council that makes decisions in your best interests, not those of big developers. [17] Despite this, the Clarence Plains region became a municipality in its own right in 1860. Clarence City Council, TAS. A Multi-screen cinema also opened in 2003, continuing the increasing availability of local services. In October, Clarence City Council alderman Beth Warren put forward a motion to fly the Aboriginal flag permanently, but the motion was voted down in a tie, six votes to six. Eastern Suburbs Rugby Union Football Club Inc. It is also the home ground for the Tasmanian Tigers, Tasmania's first-class cricket team.[44][45]. But the motion was lost after a … • Opossum Bay The city's western border is the Derwent River along the entire length. The plan sees the Kangaroo Bay area divided into five distinct precincts; Rosny Parklands, Kangaroo Bay East, Ferry Wharf, Bellerive Yacht Club, and 'The Village'. Mains water remains so, and is now provided by the Clarence City Council. Other languages identified as frequently spoken within the city were Greek (199 speakers), German (157), Italian (107), Spanish (80), and Dutch (60). “So, it was a real surprise when it didn’t.” Moreton Bay Regional Council, QLD. City of Greater Geraldton, WA. For the State Legislative Council, the City of Clarence falls within the electoral boundaries of both Pembroke, and Rumney. Other water sports and boating activities such as sailing, boating, fishing and diving are also popular within the city, which has eleven boat ramps, and numerous jetties. Although private estates and farms began to spring up throughout the district, settlements were generally isolated, with Bellerive, Cambridge, Lindisfarne, and Richmond the only major settlements of note. [57] You deserve genuine consultation before a decision is made, transparent processes during development assessments, and appropriate development that enhances your recreational areas without locking you out. Made up of 12 councillors (aldermen), including 1 mayor and 1 deputy mayor. Launceston, Tasmania (1854) [2 vols] (see: Vol. Arts & Entertainment. This remained the situation for the next forty years, until on 22 December 1943, the floating pontoon style Hobart Bridge was opened. Clarence City Council (or City of Clarence) is a local government body in Tasmania, and one of the five municipalities that constitutes the Greater Hobart Area. A Alexander, The eastern shore, Rosny Park, 2003. Centred upon the administrative and commercial centre of the city at Rosny Park, retail provides the largest sector of the local economy, much of which in generated through Eastlands Shopping Centre, and the nearby shops of Bligh Street and Bastick Street. 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