At Shoalhaven City Council's Tuesday, Feburary 25 ordinary meeting councillors will be dealing with a number of issues that have plagued the council.
Both the Woollamia Boat Launching Ramp master plan and issues around the management of vegetation at Collingwood Beach have time after time been debated at council.
The vexed 45 degree rule will also be discussed, this time with Councillor Bob Proudfoot wanting to remove conflict around the rule, including the "possible extraneous inclusion for consideration of potential impediments to the 45 degree rule, such as the possible damage to nearby vegetation by commissioned contractors".
Council will have to decide on Tuesday night how much money and support it will give to hosting the Koori Rugby League Knockout in Bomaderry in October.
At the meeting we'll also hear issues around the NSW Government's bushfire enquiry, Shoalhaven Heads golf tournament, speed of processing development applications and Warden Lighthouse fencing.
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