Council Meeting: 16 November 2021
ABOUT THE EVENT
Council will hold the Council Meeting to elect the 2021/22 Mayor and Deputy Mayor on Tuesday 16 November, 2021 at 6pm. Should COVID-19 restrictions allow, the meeting will be held at the Golden Plains Civic Centre in Bannockburn.
The meeting will be livestreamed and accessible to the public on this page and on Council's YouTube channel. Public presentations, questions, and submissions will be able to be made virtually through Zoom.
To watch the October Council Meeting online from 6pm, Tuesday 16 November, click the button below or visit youtube.com and search ‘Golden Plains Shire Council.’
The agenda for the Mayor Election Council Meeting will be available on this page from Friday 12 November, 2021.
Register to Attend Meeting
Public attendance is yet to be determined, and will be informed by current COVID-19 restrictions and Council's COVIDSafe Plan. All meetings will be livestreamed and accessible to the public on Council's website and YouTube channel. Public presentations and submissions will be able to be made virtually through Zoom.
Ask a Question
Council welcomes members of the public to ask questions on any Council related matters. If you have a question to ask at the August Meeting of Council, it must be written and received by 10am of the day of the meeting.
The person who submitted the question, or their representative, must be present at the meeting or available on Zoom to ask their question.
Options for submitting a question include:
- Complete an online form;
- Submit a form by email to [email protected]; or
- Deliver a form to the Council Offices
Any member of the public addressing the Council must extend due courtesy and respect to the Council and the processes under which it operates and must take direction from the Chairperson whenever called upon to do so. For more information on participating in Public Question Time, please view the following documents:
Make a Submission or Presentation
Any person may lodge a written submission as a submitter, objector or applicant, and may also request to speak at the relevant Meeting of Council in regards to:
- A planning matter (for example, a planning permit application) where the person is the applicant or has previously made an objection in accordance with The Planning and Environment Act 1987
- A matter where Council called for submissions under sections 55 to 56 of the Local Government Act 2020 (e.g. the council budget) and the presenter has previously made a formal submission
- A matter where Council called for submissions under other legislation
- A matter where Council called for submissions under a Council Policy
No time will be allocated to presentations on any other agenda items. Any member of the public addressing the Council must extend due courtesy and respect to the Council and the processes under which it operates and must take direction from the Chairperson whenever called upon to do so.
Due to COVID-19 and related changes to Council meetings, public presentation and submissions can be presented virtually at meetings. The maximum time limit of five minutes still applies.
For more information on Council Meetings, click here.