The Plaid Cymru group will call for a recorded vote so that the public can see for themselves how their councillors vote. The prospect must be giving several of them sleepless nights because all of the indications are that there is real and raw anger among the public about what has been going on at the top of our county council.
Mrs Linda Rees Jones will stand down as Monitoring Officer for the duration of the meeting. The monitoring officer serves as the guardian of the Council's Constitution and the decision-making process, and is responsible for advising the Council on the legality of its decision and providing guidance to the Councillors on the Council Constitution and its powers.
Her place will be taken by her deputy, Robert Edgecombe. Also on hand to provide "appropriate" advice will be Mr Timothy Kerr QC who recently effectively took over as monitoring officer in Pembrokeshire's recent notorious extraordinary meeting. Mr Kerr has been advising the leadership of both councils on their response to the Wales Audit Office's ruling that they had acted unlawfully. His bill for attending the event is expected to come in at a very reasonable £6,000-£8,000.
It is understood that Mr Kerr himself may now be facing a formal complaint of misconduct for his handling of the meeting in Haverfordwest, and in particular for his part in an ambush which saw opposition members withdraw from the meeting.
For those of you who cannot get enough, S4C is due to screen an edition of Y Byd ar Bedwar at 9.30 tonight looking at the background to the scandals. Cneifiwr understands that the programme makers rounded up a motley collection of malcontents, repeat-offenders and general trouble makers for the interviews.
The meeting itself will begin at 10 a.m. in County Hall, and will be broadcast live (here). The council's webcasts have suffered quite a few technical problems recently, and it is likely that the grim public gallery will be packed for the event, with journalists, the public and what Mr James once described as "scurrilous" members of the blogging community jostling for a front row seat. Fights may break out upstairs as well, particularly between the semi-house trained representatives of the local press.
Doyen of the press pack is the BBC's beefy Aled Scourfield, and Cneifiwr's money is on him to emerge triumphant from any scrummage.
Cneifiwr will unusually be enjoying a day off, and taking along a sharpened pencil and supply of Xtra strong mints.