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Wed, 02 Oct 2013
A new 2014 schedule is expected to be adopted by Council that will see Council, Planning and Development Council, the Administrative Service Committee (ASC) and Community Services Committee (CSC) meet on a four, rather than a three week cycle.
"We've listened to the feedback of our community groups," Mayor Rob Burton said. "This new schedule will allow for even greater participatory democracy. Residents will have more time to review agenda materials, provide feedback, and prepare delegations to appear before Council and Standing Committees."
As part of the 2014 schedule, Planning and Development Council agendas will be available two weeks in advance of scheduled meetings; ASC and CSC agendas will also be published 10 days prior to meetings as of January 1.
"This is truly a leap forward in supporting greater levels of engagement for residents and resident associations," said Janet Haslett-Theall, president of the Joshua Creek Residents Association. "The additional time to review the agenda items and consider their impact on our neighbourhoods will help resident associations get input and perspective from our neighbours and board members. Two thumbs up!"
Council will vote on the new schedule on October 7.