THE Ra Provincial Council will nominate three names to the iTaukei Affairs Board which will appoint the council's chairman.
As well, the council will discuss abolishing the annual provincial tithing or soli ni yasana.
"In regards to the council chair, the names will be decided by the council members but the final selection will be done by iTaukei Affairs," said Tui Navitilevu and acting chairman Ratu Meli Bolobolo.
"Members are looking forward to this council meeting because there will be some interesting issues that will be discussed."
ITaukei Affairs Board deputy permanent secretary Colonel Apakuki Kurusiga said the new council chairman would officially take on his role next year.
Ratu Meli said council members would also consider the idea of ending the decades-old practice of levying provincial dues or soli ni yasana.
"We have seen that the provincial levy keeps on decreasing each year, which is the reason we have introduced a new concept.
"The council is thinking of a fundraising alternative where each household is levied $30.
"This new concept will rake in more than $100,000 for the province which can be used for many projects such as education, developments and other income-generating projects."
Ratu Meli said the council had also started many income-generating projects to assist the people of Ra and improve their living standards.
"We have projects like yaqona farms, dalo farms and bee farms that generate income for the council.
"These incomes are widely spread out for villages' development projects, scholarship funds and other important affairs of the council."