Decisions made at a formal council meeting provide the direction and authority for the Council's ongoing operations. These decisions give direction to the CEO and are implemented by Council staff.
Meetings also allow the Mayor and Elected Members to decide the Council's policy direction and make decisions on other statutory matters.
Council is a corporate body and can only make decisions by resolution. This means a motion must to be put to a properly-convened meeting and can only be passed by a majority vote.
To keep track of decisions made by council a register is kept and updated to show how implementing the decision is progressing - this is known as the Resolution Register. To view a copy of the Resolution Register click the link below
To view a copy of Council minutes click here.