Plans and reports
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MidCoast Council Fees and Charges
The Midcoast Council fees and charges for the period 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018 are available in the document below.
Annual Report 2016-17
The 2016-2017 Annual Report covers the period from 12 May 2016 through to 30 June 2017. It is the first Annual Report produced by the merged council entity.
Along with statutory reporting on MidCoast Council's performance during this period, commentary is provided by General Manager, Glenn Handford, and Mayor, David West. The report also provides a snapshot of the region, and Council's core focus areas since amalgamation.
Annual Financial Statements
Asset Management Strategies
Community Strategic Plan
MidCoast 2030: Shared Vision, Shared Responsibility is MidCoast Council’s first community strategic plan.
This plan expresses the vision and values for MidCoast and outlines how we must work with our community to make these become a reality. The plan includes five key values:
- We value our unique, diverse and culturally rich communities
- We value a connected community
- We value our environment
- We value our thriving and growing economy
- We value strong leadership and shared vision
Under these values we then outline where we want to be, how we will get there, who can help and how we will know once we have arrived.
The Delivery Program outlines what Council proposes to achieve towards the strategic objectives within the community Strategic Plan. It translates the community’s strategic goals into actions and identifies how Council will respond to the areas of greatest need by identifying specific tasks and projects.
Long Term Financial Plan
Operational Plan (including Council Budget)
The 2017-2018 Operational Plan represents the first fully integrated Operational Plan for MidCoast Council. The high level framework for the Plan is based on four key directions, objectives and strategies that reflect the Community Strategic Plans of the three former Councils as well as the values and attributes identified by the MidCoast community during recent consultation and engagement activities. It includes the Council budget information.
The plan ensures our services, infrastructure and projects continue to meet the community’s needs throughout the MidCoast region.
Workforce Management Plans
Local Community Plans