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Draft Code of Meeting Practice 2015

Consultation closed on 06 November 2015

The Code of Meeting Practice governs the way the City of Ryde conducts Council and Committee Meetings.  It sets standards of the calling, conduct and recording of Council and Committee Meetings, ensuring the structure and process provides fair opportunities for all interested parties to contribute.

City of Ryde has recently reviewed this Code and pursuant to Section 361 of the Local Government Act, now invites you to consider the draft Code and make any submissions.

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Published on 16 September 2015

The Draft Code of Meeting Practice 2015 is currently on Public Exhibition for the period 16 September 2015 to 6 November 2015.

Council Resolution 8 September 2015

Published on 9 September 2015

At its meeting held on 8 September 2015, Council resolved:


(a) That Council adopt the draft City of Ryde Code of Meeting Practice as amended and ATTACHED – CIRCULATED UNDER SEPARATE COVER to this report for public exhibition, for a period of not less than 28 days:

(b) That a copy of the draft Code of Meeting Practice be provided to the Office of Local Government for comment.

(c) That public submissions be invited on the draft Code of Meeting Practice from 16 September 2015 to 6 November 2015.

(d) That a further report be provided to Council on 24 November 2015 to consider adoption of the draft Code of Meeting Practice.
Have Your Say

Submissions can be made online, by e-mail or post.

Written submissions must be clearly marked as ‘Draft Code of Meeting Practice' and will be received up until Friday 6 November 2015. They can be sent to:

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    Draft Code of Meeting Practice 2015

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    Last updated on 4 July 2017