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Work has begun on the first sites chosen for Council’s major solar energy push to help reach its target of using 100% renewable energy as an organisation by 2030...
Council meetings are held in the Council Chamber on the second and fourth Thursday of every month from 5.00pm. The meetings are open to the public.
Members of the public may address Council, on matters that are listed on the Council Meeting agenda at any Council meeting. Public Forums commence at 5pm.
If you wish to speak at a Council meeting please read the information sheet below and then complete the online form. Your application must be received by 5pm the Tuesday prior to the Council meeting you wish to attend.
Public forums are limited to five minutes unless varied by the Mayor.
Council Meeting Dates for 2019
You can now listen live to Council meetings by connecting to Coffs Harbour City Council on Mixlr or via the Mixlr app on Iphone/Ipad. Simply install the "Mixlr" app then search for the "Coffs Harbour City Council" stream.
Archives of Council meetings will be available online the Monday after the draft minutes are published on Council's website.
Council Meeting Agendas are available on the Friday prior to the meeting and Minutes are available the Friday after the meeting.
Minutes and agendas can be found here.
Council also keeps an online archive of minutes and agendas back to 2002.
Requests for information prior to this can be made by lodging an Access to Information Request.
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