Integrated Planning For Services

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SERVICES FOR COMMUNITY – THE NEXT 10 YEARS? Have Your Say
To provide services that meet community needs the Council plans for service provision into the future. It is important that the views of the community inform this work.

The Council has prepared a number of Draft Plans that provide details about the services, facilities and infrastructure the Council will provide and proposed related expenditure. The Draft Plans are on public exhibition from 9 April to 7 May.


SERVICES FOR COMMUNITY – THE NEXT 10 YEARS? Have Your Say
To provide services that meet community needs the Council plans for

SERVICES FOR COMMUNITY – THE NEXT 10 YEARS? Have Your Say
To provide services that meet community needs the Council plans for service provision into the future. It is important that the views of the community inform this work.

The Council has prepared a number of Draft Plans that provide details about the services, facilities and infrastructure the Council will provide and proposed related expenditure. The Draft Plans are on public exhibition from 9 April to 7 May.


SERVICES FOR COMMUNITY – THE NEXT 10 YEARS? Have Your Say
To provide services that meet community needs the Council plans for service provision into the future. It is important that the views of the community inform this work.

The Council has prepared a number of Draft Plans that provide details about the services, facilities and infrastructure the Council will provide and proposed related expenditure. The following Draft Plans are on public exhibition from 9 April to 7 May:

  • Sustainable Blue Mountains 2025—this Plan identifies the long term priorities of the community and the Council’s and other agencies response to these priorities
  • Delivery Program 2010-2013—this Plan is about the services the Council will deliver over the next 3 years and includes the 2010-2013 Capital Works Program
  • Operational Plan 2010-2011— this Plan is about the specific actions the Council will deliver in 2010-2011 and includes the 2010-2011 Budgets, Rates and Charges and Fees and Charges

More detailed background information and links to supporting documents can be found at www.bmcc.nsw.gov.au/yourcouncil/integratedplanningforservices

Proposed Increase to Rates (Special Variation)
The Council is facing key funding challenges in maintaining existing levels of services and assets into the future, including provision of bushfire and emergency service responsiveness. The Council is proposing to seek approval for a Special Variation to rates. To find out more see the related item at
www.bluemountainshaveyoursay.com.au/special-rate-variation

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