The Members of Namoi Unlimited meet on the first Tuesday of each month, except for June 2019 and January 2020.
Business Papers for a meeting of the Members are published online at www.namoiunlimited.nsw.gov.au three days prior to the meeting date.
The conduct of meetings of Members is described in the Namoi Unlimited Code of Meeting Practice.
Agendas, business papers and minutes from the previous meeting are included in the PDFs below. The date of the meeting is inserted at the beginning of the file name.
One of the key functions of a Joint Organisation of Councils in NSW is to define regional priorities and plans for achieving those priorities.
Namoi Unlimited summaries its strategic regional priorities, projects and inter-governmental relations in its Statement of Strategic Regional Priorities.
Namoi Unlimited has adopted a Charter document which outlines the operational and governance principles for the Joint Organisation.
Namoi Unlimited produces a Revenue Policy annually which outlines the organisations fees and charges.
In accordance with section 5.3 of the Code of Meeting Practice, any member of the public is entitled to attend an Ordinary Meeting of the Joint Organisation.
This does not apply to parts of a Meeting that have been closed to the public under section 10A of the NSW Local Government Act.
You should refer to the Code of Meeting Practice before attending a meeting of Members.
The Joint Organisation may allow members of the public to make representations at a meeting.
Members of the public who wish to make representation on an item on a meeting agenda must make an application in writing to the Executive Officer of the Joint Organisation by email to email@example.com by 12.00pm on the day prior to the Meeting.
Members of Namoi Unlimited will consider and can accept and endorse positions of advocacy and leadership on behalf of the community.
Namoi Unlimited has established policy and process templates to guide its deliberations and decisions on advocacy.
You should read the policy, procedure and complete the template for an advocacy proposal.
If you have any questions about the advocacy role or process please contact the Executive Officer on (02) 6767 5267.