We're back and so are you.
It is becoming quite a regular rendezvous we've been having here at Ray Walsh House, the coalface of democracy.
We will bring you all of the decisions, divisions and any hint of derision as it happens.
Understandably, water is still looming large in most of the council's business.
Councillor Helen Tickle will elaborate on her call from the last meeting where she put in a plea for more greywater to be used on the city.
Water theft is also being addressed with a potential $4000 spend to put CCTV cameras on the city's bulk water stations.
The council will also vote on the general manager's contract.
Paul Bennett was first employed by Tamworth Regional Council in 2010 and tonight the councillors will vote to extend his contract until September, 2025.
Stay tuned, folks.
What's made news?
BIG cities like New York and London have harnessed greywater for years and councillor Helen Tickle thinks it's about time Tamworth joined their league.
The sustainability-savvy Cr Tickle wants Tamworth Regional Council to promote two greywater recycling systems.