Council Meetings – Agendas & Minutes

2024 Agendas & Minutes

21 February 2024 – Ordinary Council Meeting Agenda

17 January 2024 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

2023 Agendas & Minutes

15 November 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

25 October 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Unconfirmed)

25 October 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

27 September 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

27 September 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

23 August 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

23 August 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

26 July 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

26 July 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

29 June 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

29 June 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

23 May 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

23 May 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

26 April 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

26 April 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

15 March 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

15 March 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

23 February 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

23 February 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

24 January 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Minutes (Confirmed)

24 January 2023 – Ordinary Council Meeting – Agenda

2022 Agendas & Minutes

2021 Agendas & Minutes

2020 Minutes

Totems and cultural images from our myths and legends

2019 Minutes

2018 Minutes

2017 Minutes

2016 Minutes

Respect and Unity

2015 Minutes

2014 Minutes

2013 Minutes

Acknowledgement of Country

The Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council (YASC) wishes to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land within the shire boundaries – the Gunggandji and Yidinji peoples; and the area agreements developed through previous negotiations that provide clear opportunities and processes for traditional owners to be formally involved in the land planning process.

The Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council also wishes to acknowledge the historical people brought here to Yarrabah from various locations by government policies of the past.

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