Dorset Council Virtual Committee Meetings to Continue
Dorset Council's Chief Executive has exercised his delegated powers to continue with virtual informal committee meetings until such time as a webcasting solution is installed and tested providing the option to non-committee members, officers and members of the public to engage in the democratic decision making processes remotely. This decision has been taken in order to protect elected members, staff and the public.
The only exception to this will be meetings where officers are unable to take decisions under delegated powers, such as school transport appeals, licensing sub-committees and Code of Conduct Hearings. These meetings will be held in the Council Chamber at County Hall where attendees will sit socially distant and safety measures taken in accordance with the current.
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Officer Decisions during the COVID19 PandemicA list of key decisions made by Dorset Council during the COVID19 outbreak as part of our response has been published by the Aligle Weather Shield Double Popular for Swivel Wheel Stroller U. Please visit the Womens It's Not My Fault Aries Funny Zodiac Sign Graphic V-Neck page to find delegated decisions that have been made during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
In this section you can access a wide range of information and documents relating to the council's decision making processes, find out about forthcoming Council meetings and decisions and obtain details for your local political representatives.
Committee meeting information
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How to get involved
Dorset Council welcomes public attendance and involvement at all of its formal committee meetings. You can participate in a meeting by attending and listening to councillors debate and make decisions; by asking a question, making a statement or presenting a petition relating to the business of the committee. Please read the information set out the Team Hard Seltzer Bar Crawl Funny Alcohol Taking Sides Sweatshir and Public Participation at Full Council meetings. There is a Guidance to Public Speaking at a Planning Committee should you wish to make representations to one of the area planning committees. There is also separate guidance for anyone wishing to attend a licensing sub-committee, for details please view the Ryobi P343 18V One+ Cordless Oscillating Multi-Tool (Bare tool)
Anyone who lives, works or studies in the Dorset Council area may sign or organise a petition to the Council. Please see the Petitions Scheme for more details.
Dorset Council fully supports the principle of openness and transparency and has no objection to filming and recording by means of social media at Council and and Committee meeting that are open to the public. Please see the Protocol for filming and audio recording of Public Council meetings for more information.
It is also possible to subscribe to updates in order to receive information via e-mail regarding particular issues and committee meetings.
Become involved in scrutinyCome along to a Place and Resources Scrutiny Committee or Ambesonne Spring Table Runner, Minimal Style Flower Bouquets Sea. Members of the public can also suggest a scrutiny topic and submit evidence to a scrutiny review. If you have a particular interest please contact the Democratic Services Team
Contact details for the council representatives on outside bodies and forums that are independent from the council.
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