FEDERATION Council's top two spots are set to remain unchanged for the entire length of its inaugural term with mayor Pat Bourke and deputy mayor Shaun Whitechurch re-nominating for the roles.
The mayor and deputy mayor elections will be non-events tomorrow unless contenders emerge at the last minute.
Cr Bourke and Cr Whitechurch have already submitted their formal nominations for the positions with one possible contender, Cr Fred Longmire, confirming he won't be standing and another, Cr Paul Miegel, unlikely to contest.
The last mayor of the former Urana Shire, Cr Bourke was elected the first Federation Council mayor when he defeated Cr Miegel in a secret ballot after Cr Longmire withdrew from the race in the knowledge he couldn't muster sufficient numbers.
The return of councillors following the period of administration in Federation began in controversial fashion with the exit of former general manager Chris Gillard and the appointment of former Urana Shire general manager Adrian Butler to the role and also the decision to pull the plug on Howlong compost plant.
But the decision to merge the Corowa and Urana shire has resulted in never seen before amounts of grant funding flowing into the area for projects large and small.
"I would love to finish off the term," Cr Bourke said.
"It has been a massive couple of years with a lot of projects on the go and some finished, some unfinished.
"There is still plenty of business to finalise."
Cr Whitechurch initially beat Cr Miegel and Cr Law for the deputy mayor position.
Cr Whitechurch said he was determined to see the many projects started in the last two years come to fruition.
"There was a lot of stuff that came out of the grant funding council put a fair bit of time into getting and working out where we were going to spread the money right across the shire," he said.
"I think we've done that pretty well and a lot of those projects are going to come to fruition in our last term.
"I've also had no one bashing me telling me not to stand and I don't feel as though I've let anyone down."
Council elections will be held next September.
Meanwhile, the fate of the Oaklands RSL building will also be decided tomorrow after its planned demolition was put on hold last month.