A monthly documentation regarding the "unpleasant smell" at Longford will be discussed at the Northern Midlands Council meeting on Monday.
The document has been dubbed the "pong alert", and has been led by the Northern Midlands Courier.
The council will decide whether to lobby the Environmental Protection Authority, TasWater and JBS Swift about the ongoing issue.
Concerns about the smell were raised with Councillor Matthew Brooks, and the council's environmental health officer Christopher Wicks.
The odour is allegedly caused by the meatworks on Tannery Road, and the TasWater sewerage treatment plant on Bishopsbourne Road.
"The Northern Midlands Council is not the regulator of JBS Swift or the TasWater Sewerage Treatment Plant. The relevant regulating body is the Environmental Protection Authority," the agenda said.
"Despite ongoing complaints from the community and timely investigations by the Environmental Protection Authority regarding odour issues, there is no indication that the businesses responsible have or are, actioning required strategies to mitigate the issue."
However, the are upgrades to the treatment plant scheduled.
"The community has raised ongoing concern with the odour issues, apparently generated by JBS Swift and TasWater," the agenda said.
"On that basis, it is imperative that council be made aware of any issues and how they are being dealt with."
The meeting will be held at 5pm at the Longford Council Chambers.