Council Meetings

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Click on the relevant links below to access current and previous Council business papers.

Schedule of Meetings 2021

JANUARY

 Nil

17-Feb

Ordinary Meeting

3-Mar

Extraordinary Meeting

17-Mar

Ordinary   Meeting

26-Mar

Extraordinary Meeting

21-Apr

Ordinary   Meeting

19-May

Ordinary Meeting

26-May

Extraordinary Meeting

16-Jun

Ordinary   Meeting

21 JULY

Ordinary   Meeting

4     AUGUST

Ordinary   Meeting

22     SEPTEMBER

Ordinary   Meeting

13     OCTOBER

Ordinary   Meeting

17     NOVEMBER

Ordinary   Meeting

15     DECEMBER

Ordinary   Meeting

Previous Years

 Note: For copies of Council papers prior to 2011, please contact Council on (02) 6378 2850.

2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011

The Ordinary meetings of Council are held on the third Wednesday of each month in the Council Chambers, 86 Market Street Mudgee commencing from 5.30pm (except January when there are no Council meetings).

Occasionally Council holds Extraordinary meetings. These are Council meetings held outside the normal meeting cycle, most often to consider matters of an urgent nature.

Council also has Advisory Committees consisting of Councillors, members of the public and staff of the Council. These committees focus on specific areas of expertise and make recommendations for consideration by the Council.

Public Forum

Members of the public may address the Council meetings at the Public Forum which precedes each regular meeting, commencing at 5.30pm. Speakers are given five (5) minutes to present any issue of relevance to the Council. Presenters are not allowed to direct questions to Councillors, although Councillors may question the speakers.

If you wish to speak at the Public Forum, please contact the Executive Assistant to the Mayor and General Manager on 1300 765 002 or 02 6378 2850 by 4pm on the day before the meeting to register. Speakers must identify the topic they wish to speak on and, if the topic is listed as a matter of business on the meeting agenda, the speaker must advise whether they wish to speak 'for' or 'against' it.

In accordance with Council's Code of Meeting Practice, no more than four (4) speakers are to be permitted to speak on the same topic.

Meetings will continue to be streamed on Council's website.