The Greens in Palerang

Archive for July, 2004

Notice of motions for ECCRC Ordinary Meeting, July 27, 2004

Tuesday, July 27th, 2004

1.   That Clause 28.1 (Mode of Address) in the Draft Code of Meeting Practice be amended by removing all words after “..Mayor or Councillor, as the case may be;” to allow for Councillors to remain seated when speaking.
2.   That the September 14 & 28 Ordinary Meetings of ECCRC be held at the Community Halls of Captains Flat and Burra respectively, and that relevant community groups and newsletter editors be informed immediately so groups and individuals can maximise opportunities for attendance.
3.   That a review of the Management Plan be undertaken as soon as possible, and that before the Management Plan is discussed, councillors be provided with all submissions made during the May/June exhibition period.

Letter to councillors re safe meeting procedure

Tuesday, July 13th, 2004

At the first meeting of ECCRC, Greens Councillor Catherine Moore introduced a motion for the adoption of Safe Meeting Procedure, having flagged it the previous night at a workshop, where it was not received well. This is the letter she wrote to councillors just before the meeting where the motion was put…

Hullo fellow councillors

I regret that we seem to have got off to a bad start last night by my suggesting the idea of safe meeting procedure. It was certainly not my intention to alienate everyone by introducing it, and I apologise if I caused offence. Neither is it my intention to start introducing a whole lot of foreign ideas and try to change everything as soon as I arrive. But I believe that this is fundamental to the way we conduct ourselves, and will affect the way we operate as a group. It may seem unnecessary, but it provides important guidelines for good decision-making. (more…)

Authorised by Catherine Moore, 1149 Charleys Forest Road, Charleys Forest NSW 2622 for the Braidwood Greens
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