Wednesday's full council meeting, the first to be held at the new timeslot of 10am, will focus on a range of issues including councillors' expenses, parking restrictions in Cleveland and the third quarter budget review.
Council plans for a block of land at Toondah Harbour and reinstating some water policies made obsolete under Allconnex, will also be discussed.
A report will be tabled outlining officer recommendations on whether to ease parking restrictions in Cleveland.
Although the agenda does not list any mayoral minutes, before the meeting mayor Cr Karen Williams said it was likely she would outline plans for her red tape taskforce and her six-point Back to Basics plan.
Cr Williams also said she would also raise axing tip fees and ask council to stop the purchase of a block of land earmarked for a “remote car park” to service the Redland Bay marina.
“My focus will be taking off the short-term 'bandaid' solutions and getting stuck into the long-term solutions,” Cr Williams said.
As part of an overhaul of the expenses reimbursement policy, councillors will vote on whether to ditch a council jacket for all councillors and whether to cut councillor newsletters from four to three a year.
Officers also recommended an increase to the daily cash advance for councillors travelling overseas on official business but removing cash advances for domestic travel.
They also recommended cutting daily meal allowances for travelling councillors.