By Tarvin Webteam - 21st September 2013 9:28am
The Parish Council Agenda has arrived for next Monday's Meeting in the Edna Rose Room at the Community Centre, starting at 7.15pm
Click here to print off a copy and bring it with you to the meeting if you wish although an electronic copy is displayed throughout the Parish Council meeting.
So what's up for discussion?
Open Forum: There is always a 15min slot near the start ( item 3) for members of the public to raise any issues or make comments on any subject whether on the agenda or not. This can be particularly useful if you have a view about a planning matter ( item 9) or any of the other agenda items such as the update on the Saxon Heath development ( item 10), or the Graffiti and damage to the Children's Play area (Item 13) . Councillors will not discuss the matter with you at that time but your views/opinions/information may be referred to during the meeting if relevant.
Background briefing notes- a second first!
As you would expect, for Councillors to have a considered view on an Agenda item, briefing papers are often provided ahead of the meeting.
The Parish Clerk has assured Tarvinonline that they are also in the public domain at the time the Agenda is published.
We will therefore have them available on the website so you also can get up to speed with the item ahead of the meeting. These notes may well trigger some questions you want to ask in your 15 min slot or help you to understand the discussion as it occurs.
They are as follows:-
- Item 10 — Saxon Heath update
- Item 14- Tarvin Community Centre report
- Item 19- Making Meetings More Effective report
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