Council meets ten times each year. The dates for the meetings are:
• February 15
• March 15
• April 19
• May 17
• June 28 (budget meeting)
• July 19
• August 16
• September 20
• October 18
• November 15
• December 20
Have a say, ask a question
The meeting agenda is available on the council website the Friday before the meeting.
Anyone who wants to address the council on any listed matter or ask a question, can submit a request before 9.30am on the Monday prior to the meeting by email.
Each person is given five minutes to address the council at the beginning of the meeting.
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One of the things to be discussed at the first meeting is:
Countback or byelection
If a councillor position becomes vacant, the council can choose for the first time to use a countback of votes to fill any vacancies. This helps to avoid the cost of holding a by-election. The cost of a countback is significantly less than running a byelection.
The issue will be voted on. The agenda shows the council recommends a countback.
Kyogle and Lismore councils chose the byelection option to fill any councillor vacancies.
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