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Operational plan and budget
Council’s Operational Plan and Budget remains one of our Shire’s most important annual documents because it outlines our plan of works for the year ahead.

Within the pages of this year’s Operational Plan and Budget are all of Council’s goals and funding priorities for the next twelve months.

Detailed within the pages of this year’s document are all the road works, building repairs, bridge renewals, footpath, drainage and stormwater construction activities that Council proposes to undertake.

There are however a number of projects unique to the 2019/20 financial year which are also explained. 

These include our proposal to undertake large-scale improvements to our sewage treatment plants, the upgrade of Station Street, our five-year financial commitment to assist with the operations of a Regional Art Gallery and our ongoing commitment to our award-winning Environment Levy.

We’ve listed the details to many of these frequently asked questions on the following pages.

Should you have any further questions we encourage you to contact Council either in person, via email or over the phone.

What do my rates pay for?Station Street Project Status updateBerrima Road Deviation Project Status Update
Project Management at CouncilRegional Art Gallery ProposalEnvironment Levy
Councils Finances cash and investmentsProposed loan borrowingsFinancial sustainability

What happens to the submissions provided on the draft Operational Plan and Budget?

All feedback and submissions received during the public exhibition period of the draft 2019/20 Operational Plan and Budget will be considered and reported to Council on the 12 June 2019. 

Submission writers will also receive a response from Council.

To view resolutions of Council visit www.wsc.nsw.gov.au/council-meeting-agendas-minutes.

Where can I find more information on the draft Operational Plan and Budget?

click here to view the draft 2019/20 Operational Plan and Budget

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Last Updated: June 18th, 2020
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