Governance Committee (November 2019)
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1. Apologies for Absence
To receive the minutes of the meeting held on 22 July 2019.
3. Public Question Time
Any member of the public may ask a question or make a statement at this point in the meeting. Each person has two minutes and a maximum of 15 minutes is allotted to public questions/statements, which must be about matters for which the Committee is responsible.
The Chair may disallow a question if it is offensive, substantially the same as another question or requires disclosure of exempt or confidential information. If the question cannot be answered at the meeting a written response will be provided after the meeting.
4. Declaration of Interests
All Members are reminded that they must disclose any interests they know they have in items of business on the meeting’s agenda and that they must do so at this point on the agenda or as soon as they become aware of the interest. If the interest is a Disclosable Pecuniary Interest they are also obliged to notify the Monitoring Officer within 28 days of the meeting.
5. Chair's Announcements
6. Polling District Review
7. Constitution Part 5.6: Code of Conduct for Employees/Workers
8. Monitoring Officer Report
9. Committee on Standards in Public Life Report
10. Work Programme
11. Urgent Business
Part II (Exempt items)
To consider whether the public (including the press) should be excluded from the meeting during consideration of the following agenda items on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information specified in the appropriate paragraph or paragraphs of Part 1 of Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972 indicated in the Agenda item.
12. Independent Person Recruitment
Category: Paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Local Government Act 1972 (Information relating to any individual)
Public interest statement: It is not in the public interest to disclose the content of this report because the information in it concerns the interests and circumstances of an individual who has an expectation that such information would not normally be released to the public. To do otherwise would establish a precedent for the future treatment of personal information.