Council meetings continue to be livestreamed
Council has resolved to adopt a ‘hybrid’ model for Council meetings.
Since April 2020, Council meetings have been held virtually and livestreamed, due to COVID-19 restrictions and concerns. Under the hybrid model, Councillors have the option of attending the meeting in person or remotely.
The physical aspects of Council and Planning Committee meetings will be held in the Harvard Room at the Tweed Heads Administration Office. Members of the public will continue to be excluded from attending meetings in person because of COVID-19 restrictions. However, the meetings will continue to be livestreamed.
Meetings will now begin at 5.30pm, following the Public Forum which will commence at 4.30pm for the remainder of the Council term (until elections are held on 4 September 2021). In the case of a Public Forum, where a member of the public is unable to attend via audio-visual means, the option will be given for the individual to attend in person for the Public Forum only.
To watch the livestream of the meeting or a recording the next day, visit www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/councilmeetings