Starting this week, Glen Innes Severn Council will once again allow public attendance at council meetings.
Council meetings will also continue to be live-streamed and viewable on council's website for a period of 12 months from the date of the meeting.
Earlier in the week council issued a media release advising it continues to practice social distancing as recommended by the NSW State Government during the Coronavirus pandemic.
In line with current Public Health Orders issued by the NSW State Government, attendance by the public at Ordinary Council Meetings will resume from the April Ordinary Council Meeting to be held tomorrow.
However, attendance by the public will only be permitted in line with any current COVID-19 regulations, and anyone wishing to attend must register via email by 4 pm the day before.
Seats will then be allocated, and if requests exceed available seating, council will allocate seats by way of a random ballot and advise accordingly.
Public forums will also recommence this week, and anyone wishing to speak must apply to the council by 4 pm on the Tuesday prior.
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