Public comment is expected to be sought on the City of Launceston council's draft 2019/20 budget.
At its meeting on Thursday, the council will vote on whether it will release the budget for comment.
The budget includes more than $20 million of capital projects, and $1.5 million of major operational projects.
Council's fees will also be discussed, with most planned to be increased by 2.8 per cent. However, dog fees are set for a 12 per cent increase and burial pricing increased by 15 per cent to bring them into line with other councils.
About $370,000 is planned to be spent on the Launceston Aquatic Centre.
A central business district bin roll out is expected to cost $200,000.
More than $403,000 will be spent on the Princess Theatre and $202,500 for the museums. Town Hall is in for a million-dollar upgrade.
A whopping $3.55 million will be spent on upgrades to UTAS Stadium.
For the Northern suburbs, a $240,000 public toilet upgrade is proposed for Ravenswood and $80,000 on CCTV for Mowbray.
The cemetery would get a $195,000 upgrade.
A $30,000 pound rebuild design project is also proposed.
On-street parking meters are set for $500,000 upgrades and off-street parking venues, such as the Paterson Street West car park, are getting $415,000 in the draft plan.
More than $3.3 million would be spent on roads.
Female changerooms at Youngtown, Rocherlea would be upgraded and Invermay Park, but is being partly funded by grants.
Reimagining the Cataract Gorge also has $250,000 budgeted.
The council meeting will be held at 1pm on Thursday at the Town Hall.
- Lindsay Street/Invermay Traffic signals: $1m
- North Bank/Lindsay St project: $250,000
- External sign: $25,000
- Learn to Swim office relocation: $80,000
- Barbecue and shade upgrade: $60,000
- Internal finishes, fitting: $60,000
- Plant equipment: $60,000
- PA system: $85,000.
Princess Theatre and the Earl Arts Centre
- Princess Theatre and Earl Arts safety compliance project: $179,000
- Fly tower roof replacement: $44,000
- Wireless comms project: $65,000
- Bio box upgrade: $38,500
- Foyer lift access renewal: $44,000
- Earl Arts Centre air conditioner switchboard: $33,000.
- On-street parking machine upgrade: $500,000
- Bathurst Street car park resurface: $165,000
- Patterson Street West lift and CCTV: $250,000.
- Turf resurfacing: $2.8m
- PA speaker upgrade: $250,000
- Car park works: $500,000 grant.
City of Launceston councillors will vote on whether to release the budget for public comment for a four-week period on Thursday.
If passed, public submissions would close at 5pm on April 18, for consideration in May and adoption in June.
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