It's the second of two public meetings in March for Griffith City Council and the fifth council meeting of 2020.
We've had a change in location for this meeting, with the meeting to be held in the Burley Griffin Room at the Griffith Regional Theatre rather than the regular council chambers, with social distancing rules to be in effect for the meeting to reduce the potential impact of coronavirus.
Council's further response to the COVID-19 pandemic will be one of the main items on the agenda, with a mayoral minute submitted looking to authorise the general manager to shut a number of community facilities should a case of COVID-19 be found in the Griffith area.
Also on the agenda is a review and potential adoption of council's Frost Control Fan Policy and a plan to put the new cemetery and crematorium masterplan on public exhibition.
The business paper can be found here and the meeting will begin at 7pm.
The next council meeting date will be April 7.
We will bring you rolling coverage right here of how the meeting unfolds.
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