The June monthly MidCoast Council ordinary meeting will be held as scheduled tomorrow, Wednesday, June 30 but with special provisions.
Due to the State's current COVID-19 restrictions, councillors will attend the meeting remotely.
Members of the public will be able to view the meeting from 2pm via livestream through a weblink, accessible on the council website on Wednesday morning.
Those interested are still permitted to attend in person, however social distancing requirements means numbers are capped at 25 in line with the current Public Health Order, and councillors able to attend remotely.
The meeting will consider council's delivery program, operational plan and budget for 2021-22 and will also set the rates, fees and charges for the coming financial year.
Consideration will also be given to a planning proposal for a rezoning for Lake Street, Forster, an update on the Civic Precinct project and allocations under the local heritage fund.
Also on the agenda is council's climate change policy and strategy and a development application for an upgrade for the Tea Gardens library.
To view the full meeting agenda and associated reports, visit www.midcoast.nsw.gov.au/meetings where you can also access the livestream weblink when it is made available on Wednesday morning.
Registration to attend the meeting in person must be made before noon today, Tuesday, June 29.
To register, complete the registration form on council's website, or call 7955 7777.
A shuttle service from out the front of the MidCoast Council library in Victoria Street, Taree will operate for those who are registered to attend and require transport.