Wingecarribee Shire councillors are set to meet on Wednesday from 3.30 pm at Moss Vale Civic Centre.
Council will discuss the draft operational plan and budget, which was recently revealed to be in deficit due to the unexpected emergency services levy passed on to local governments by the state government.
Council will also put forward a notice of motion regarding the environment levy.
It was revealed at a community meeting on May 31 that the council won't be using money from the environment levy to fund the proposed Regional Art Gallery.
Here's what's on the agenda for the council meeting:
019/20 Operational Plan and Budget:
Council will consider the draft 2019/2020 operational plan and budget, incorporating changes recommended in the report.
Among the recommendations is the reinstatement of the environment levy as it was in the 2018/2019 budget with the $500,000, which would've been used for the proposed Regional Art Gallery to be sourced from future reviews.
It is also the council adopts a budget deficit of $123,000 due to the increase in the emergency service contribution.
Heritage Assessment for Welby Park Manor:
Council will consider a report in support of a heritage assessment for Welby Park Manor, including trees and stone fence.
The lots for consideration for the heritage assessment are 10 DP and Public Reserve lots 1 and 60.
Residential Alterations and Additions - Extensions, Shed, Entry Gates - Lot 1, Mt Broughton Road Werai:
Council will hear a peer reviewed report from Goulburn Mulwaree Council regarding the extension and the relocation of a shed on a property on Mt Broughton Road, Werai.
A modification application was considered by council on February 13.
It was resolved at the meeting to defer any decision on the application pending a peer review.
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