Deputy mayor Lisa Intemann has asked for the local government minister to visit the area and meet with all councillors.
Cr Pinson will discuss her concerns during the Sydney meeting over the councillors' decision making about the proposed orbital road.
Cr Intemann, at the request of other councillors, has now asked Port Macquarie MP Leslie Williams to invite the local government minister to visit or to receive a delegation of councillors at her office.
"I realise that some in the community are unhappy with some recent decisions and that there is always improvement that can be made," she said.
"But there is much in council's performance to be proud of and I willingly defend it."
The deputy mayor pointed to the council's achievements.
"By any measure ours is a leading council in NSW, having just two years ago won the prestigious AR Bluett Award for the state's most progressive council," Cr Intemann said.
The Bluett Award, acknowledged as the pinnacle of local government achievement, recognises the most progressive council in the state.
"Councillors would naturally like the minister to get a complete picture of council's performance," she said.
"Port Macquarie-Hastings is a magnificent area and a vibrant community, and with the mayor, we would be delighted to show her [Ms Hancock] first-hand the council's great achievements."
The council's portfolio system would also be raised during the meeting.
The portfolio system, which dates back to late 2012, was introduced to create a hands-on approach for the councillors to build relationships and expertise on specific issues.
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