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General Council Meetings Addressing Council
Members of the public are welcome to attend and participate in the open session of Council Meetings by completing the Request to Address Council Meetings online form before 12 noon on the day of the meeting.
Methods of addressing Council:
Correspondence relating to the current meeting must be received by Council before 12 noon on the day of the meeting. Correspondence may be submitted by completing the Request to Address Council Meetings online form or via email, post or delivered to Council Chambers.
Members of the public can request that an item be discussed early in the meeting by approaching a Council Officer or Councillor prior to the meeting commencing. The decision to bring forward an item rests with the Mayor. Members of the public are not permitted to approach Councillors while the Council meeting is in progress. Having a matter brought forward in the Council meeting does not give a person the right to address Council on that matter.
Council Chamber Protocol provides information on attending Council meetings and addressing council.
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