2012-2013 Operational Plan

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Draft 2012-2013 Operational Plan

Each year, the Council lets the community know about the services the Council plans to provide the following year by putting the Operational Plan on public exhibition. 

The Operational Plan provides details about the actions and projects the Council will deliver in 2012-2013 and how much the Council will spend on the services it provides to the community. The following draft documents are being exhibited from Thursday 26 April to Wednesday 23 May:

Draft 2012-2013 Operational Plan

Each year, the Council lets the community know about the services the Council plans to provide the following year by putting the Operational Plan on public exhibition. 

The Operational Plan provides details about the actions and projects the Council will deliver in 2012-2013 and how much the Council will spend on the services it provides to the community. The following draft documents are being exhibited from Thursday 26 April to Wednesday 23 May:


Draft 2012-2013 Operational Plan

Each year, the Council lets the community know about the services the Council plans to provide the following year by putting the Operational Plan on public exhibition. 

The Operational Plan provides details about the actions and projects the Council will deliver in 2012-2013 and how much the Council will spend on the services it provides to the community. The following draft documents are being exhibited from Thursday 26 April to Wednesday 23 May:

Tell us what you think!

If you would like your issues formally raised with Councillors, please complete an online public submission or complete the putlic submission form found in the 'Library' on the right-hand side of this webpage. You can also add your comments in response to the Forum Questions below, which can be viewed by all people visiting this website. Comments provide the opportunity for you to raise your issues with other Blue Mountains residents.

Proposed Rating Reform

The rating structure is included in the 2012-2013 Operational Plan. The Council has responsibility to ensure its rating structure meets the requirements of the Local Government Act 1993. These requirements include that the rating system is simple, fair and broadly uniform and is compliant with the Act. As a means of improving response to these requirements the Council is proposing to reform to its rating structure. For more information and to make a public submission on the Proposed Rating Reform go to http://bluemountainshaveyoursay.com.au/ratingreform

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    The Council provides many services to the community. Blue Mountains residents can access many of these services as a result of paying their rates such as parks, public toilets, roads, footpaths and town centre amenities. In addition to rates, the Council obtains income from user fees for some services such as aquatic and leisure centres and public halls. Many of these services are still significantly subsidised by the Council.

    The Council provides many services to the community. Blue Mountains residents can access many of these services as a result of paying their rates such as parks, public toilets, roads, footpaths and town centre amenities. In addition to rates, the Council obtains income from user fees for some services such as aquatic and leisure centres and public halls. Many of these services are still significantly subsidised by the Council.

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    The 2012-2013 Operational Plan includes all the proposed actions the Council will undertake in 2012-2013 in relation to the wide range of services the Council provides.

    The 2012-2013 Operational Plan includes all the proposed actions the Council will undertake in 2012-2013 in relation to the wide range of services the Council provides.

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