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Local Government Act 1993 No 30
Current version for 5 December 2019 to date (accessed 28 January 2020 at 22:12)
405 Operational plan
(1) A council must have a plan (its operational plan) that is adopted before the beginning of each year and details the activities to be engaged in by the council during the year as part of the delivery program covering that year.(2) An operational plan must include a statement of the council’s revenue policy for the year covered by the operational plan. The statement of revenue policy must include the statements and particulars required by the regulations.(3) A council must prepare a draft operational plan and give public notice of the draft indicating that submissions may be made to the council at any time during the period (not less than 28 days) that the draft is to be on public exhibition. The council must publicly exhibit the draft operational plan in accordance with the notice.(4) During the period of public exhibition, the council must have for inspection at its office (and at such other places as it may determine) a map that shows those parts of its area to which each category and sub-category of the ordinary rate and each special rate included in the draft operational plan applies.(5) In deciding on the final operational plan to be adopted, a council must consider any submissions that have been made concerning the draft plan.(6) The council must post a copy of its operational plan on the council’s website within 28 days after the plan is adopted.