The Gills stadium saga could come to a head this week, with the Planning Committee set to grant outline permission to Peel's plans for Chatham Docks.
If that's the case, expect there to be plenty of fallout from this, given the rhetoric that has led up to this point. Gillingham chairman Paul Scally claims this could very well be the end of the club's presence in the Towns.
Chatham Docks is the ideal site for a new stadium and the only other alternative – a site at Mill Hill, off Yokosuka Way - wouldn't work alongside Peel's project, he claims.
However, planning officers have poured some cold water on that.
A stadium at Chatham Docks wasn’t pursued because of "viability reasons" and in a potential lifeline for the club, their report states a supermarket at the Docks wouldn’t necessarily render the Mill Hill dream a dud.
So there’s plenty for the club and the council to chew over.
The Towns' MPs had the chance to discuss the Thames Estuary airport with PM David Cameron last Thursday (May 24) but afterwards they didn't seem willing to talk about it.
Mark Reckless' office informed me he wouldn't be doing interviews and calls to Tracey Crouch and Rehman Chishti's office were not returned.
Why? Mr Cameron might not have been able to say anything revelatory, but to not even have a flavour of what was said – "we put our arguments across forcefully", "the discussions were firm and frank", that sort of thing - will lead people to ask questions.
Was the consultation date revealed? Did they not like what they heard?
As ever when it comes to the airport, the people of Medway are left with more questions than answers.
The controversy over primary school places will crop up again on Thursday, when councillors discuss building a new academy/free school on the site of Chatham South School.
We've known for a while that a new school would be needed in Chatham, but now we know where.
The plan is to have it open by September 2014.