2023 Meeting Minutes and Agendas

Scheduled 2023 Ordinary Meetings

2023 Council meeting agendas and minutes

Council has adopted the following Ordinary Meeting dates for 2023, with Tuesday meetings commencing at 9.15am. A live-stream audio link is available when the Council meeting is in session. Council aims to provide an audio recording of the meeting by close of business the following day.

24 January 2023 Listen to the audio recording of the meeting here
7 February 2023 No questions have been received for the Public Question Time session
Listen to the livestreaming of the meeting here
21 February 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session
7 March 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session
21 March 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session
4 April 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session
18 April 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session
9 May 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session
23 May 2023 An audio link will be available when this meeting is in session

Public attendance at Council meetings

Members of the public are permitted to attend Council Ordinary Meetings at the Chambers in the Beaudesert Administration Centre.

Those who wish to attend the meeting will be required to book in advance using this link. Bookings will open on the day that the Council Ordinary Meeting agenda is published. The maximum capacity of the public gallery at the Beaudesert Chambers is 12, and visitors will be required to wear face masks where they cannot maintain social distancing.

Visitors are requested to arrive at the reception of the Beaudesert Administration Centre no later than 9.00am on the date of the meeting, where they will need to sign in and present their ticket. Visitors will then be escorted to the Council Chambers and be permitted to remain in the Chambers during the open sessions.

Visitors will be required to leave the building during the lunchtime break and whenever Council resolves to discuss matters in a closed session. A Council officer will accompany visitors at all times whilst on the premises and will provide the necessary assistance and guidance.
 

Protocols when in Council Chambers

Visitors to Council chambers are bound by Council's Standing Orders and must comply with the following rules:

  • Visitors will only be permitted into the chambers if they have made a booking and signed in;
  • No audio recordings or live streaming is permitted;
  • No photographs or visual recordings are allowed to be taken;
  • Visitors are to be suitably attired in recognition of the dignity of the chamber;
  • Visitors must comply with all directions of the Chairperson;
  • Visitors are not permitted to make comments or engage with meeting participants unless invited to do so by the Chairperson;
  • Visitors, including persons invited to make comments, must act with decorum and be courteous and respectful; and
  • The Chairperson has the absolute discretion to direct visitors to leave the meeting should they breach any standing orders.

Anyone who is not feeling well on the day is asked to stay at home.  All Council Ordinary Meetings will continue to be live-streamed.

If you book a ticket and are unable to attend - please email integrity@scenicrim.qld.gov.au so that your ticket can be re-allocated to another guest.