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Blue Mountains City Council 2018-2019 Operational Plan and Proposed Fees and Charges
This plan outlines the Council’s planned activities, budget and fees for 2018-2019 in the context of the updated Delivery Program for 2017-2021.
This plan affects the pricing structure within the Blue Mountains City Council Leisure Centres and features proposed price increases from the 1st of July, 2018.
Mayor, Cr Mark Greenhill, said, “The actions in the Delivery Program and Operational Plan respond to the community priorities for the City to be environmentally, economically and socially sustainable.
“I encourage all residents to look at the plans and have their say. These plans set out how we plan to spend Council’s revenue, including rates, so it is important that residents have an opportunity to provide feedback.”
The four-year Delivery Program and one year Operational Plans clearly translate the longer-term commitment in the community endorsed Community Strategic Plan.
The Council is committed to building a sustainable and successful future for the Blue Mountains through improving the wellbeing of our community and the environment.
The Delivery Program 2017-21 and Operational Plan 2018-19 are on public exhibition until Wednesday 30 May 2018. The plans are available to download below and from Council’s Katoomba and Springwood offices as well as branch libraries.
How can I Lodge a Submission?
Lodge your comments via the online submission form via the link below by Wednesday 30 May.
Formal submissions should be marked “Operational Plan 2018-2019 - Public Submission”. Submissions can be:
Posted to Blue Mountains City Council, Locked Bag 1005, Katoomba NSW 2780;
Hand delivered to Katoomba or Springwood Council offices; or
E-mailed to email@example.com
Submissions must be received by Wednesday 30 May 2018.
For more information please contact Wendy Walker, A/Program Leader, Corporate Strategy on 4780 5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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