One of the biggest controversies last year was the Balfour Day Centre being earmarked for closure.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) its future should be temporarily secured under the stewardship of Medway Community Healthcare.
Cabinet members will vote on a proposal to create a "community resource centre" offering health and social care services and support to adults with physical disabilities for a six-month trial period.
This will be of great relief to the people who use the facility, and in a way, the Conservative administration.
When the closure was first mooted in November, it kicked up a lot of controversy.
More than 7,000 people signed petitions against the move, claiming they would have nowhere to go if the centre closed.
Medway Community Healthcare expressed an interest on the last day of the consultation, and now we wait to see if the reprieve is permanent or merely temporary.
Also at cabinet, a proposal for a new primary school on the site of the former Chatham South School should be approved.
Officers will then formally notify the Department for Education of the council's plans, and a final plan for the construction of the school is due to be in place by December.
Cllr Craig Mackinlay, who represents River Ward in Chatham, will find out this Sunday (June 17), if he will be the Conservative party’s candidate for Kent's first elected Police Commissioner.
The £85,000 a year post involves holding the force to account and setting its budget and priorities.
As we reported on Friday, it looks like the Thames Estuary airport consultation will start next month. It's taken as a given that the council, campaigners and MPs will put in a very forceful submission, but will we see any set piece events designed to grab public attention? We've had car stickers and posters, what's next?