Residents can have their say on multi-million pound proposals for a Lynn estate next week.
The town's most senior civic figures swapped roles at a meeting last night.
Nearly £2,000 was handed over during a separate incident elsewhere in the county, officers say.
Residents are 'rightly frustrated' at the continuing delays to the process of deciding which hospitals will get funding, Ministers have been told.
A decision must be made soon on whether to change numbers in a village where some streets have two homes with the same number, community leaders say.
More than a decade after a new vision was first outlined, plans for what housing bosses say will be the final phase of the scheme have been released.
But, with an announcement thought to be imminent, councillors were warned parts of the hospital could be forced to close if funding is not secured.
Proposals to provide a dedicated meeting place at a 'vibrant' parish church have been outlined.
Work is set to take place at several locations in the town centre over the next few days.
Figures suggest there has also been another significant drop in the number of positive tests being recorded.
Voters in a West Norfolk village will go to the polls next month, but residents in one of the borough's towns will not.
Dozens of firefighters have been battling a blaze in the heart of a West Norfolk village today.
An investigation has been launched after a fan made a formal complaint about an alleged chant containing a slur against disabled people.
West Norfolk's new civic leader says she hopes to maintain the standards of her predecessor as she took up the historic role.
Officials say they have held talks with a disability rights charity about the issue.
Consultations are underway on the proposal to transform a vacant building in the heart of the town centre.
Police are appealing for anyone who may know what happened to come forward.
The decision came only weeks before residents vote on plans for their community's future development, which objectors claimed the scheme contradicts.
Fears have been raised that a new support programme could make families less likely to seek help.
Concerns about parking and anti-social behaviour were raised as plans for temporary classroom and storage facilities were passed.