The report from Dubbo Regional Council's independent investigator will be dealt with confidentially on Monday night.
There's a jam-packed agenda for council's July ordinary council meeting.
The independent investigation report is part of the confidential section of the meeting.
The investigator was appointed by Local Government NSW, after a unanimous decision by the councillors.
They were required to audit past code of conduct complaints over the term of council to ascertain that the processes that were adopted complied with the relevant code of conduct processes.
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Council also called for the investigator to "interview all councillors, all directors and other staff and community members as they see fit" before reporting back to council to determine whether council has been "compliant with its legal and regulatory obligations and to report on any systemic issues arising from the investigations".
However, the contents of the report are confidential.
At the meeting, mayor Stephen Lawrence will call for greater collaboration between Dubbo and neighbouring councils. He said communication and collaboration was currently at a low point.
"Currently, there is virtually no formal collaboration between us and other councils in the Orana and Far West region. The ability to share knowledge and resources, and combine to lobby governments on issues that affect the entire region is critical and needs to be restored as a matter of priority," Cr Lawrence said.
The mayor will also push for a council to consider developing a Reconciliation Action Plan, which he believes will foster better relationships with the Aboriginal community.
Cr Lawrence said the plan could implement practical actions towards reconciliation through a community-consulted framework while also developing greater cultural awareness.
Meanwhile, councillor John Ryan is urging council to reconsider a recreational lake in Dubbo.
He's asking for council to consult with the community about a recreational lake. He said it should be noted that the concept of a large, constructed lake in the Dubbo regional was the subject of community interest during the previous council election campaign.
Cr Ryan also wants to see any events applying for council funding get extra consideration is they've had to cancel in 20/21.
The July ordinary council meeting will be livestreamed on Dubbo Regional Council's website and Facebook page from 5.30pm on Monday night.
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