Council Adopts New Committee Structure
Following a detailed review of the City’s committees conducted by George Cuff and Associates and governance roundtable where community feedback was sought, Council adopted a new structure. This structure utilizes an oversight committee which brings Council and the community together by facilitating two-way dialogue. The new structure will provide an opportunity for committees to bring priority items before Council in a less traditional, rigid and formal Council setting.    Read the summary report.

Council Renames their Newest Committee as the Engagement & Priorities Committee
After considering community and staff feedback, Mayor and Council have decided the new name for the former Governance & Priorities Committee (GPC) will be the Engagement & Priorities Committee (EPC).  For more information, please see the media release

To learn how you can participate in the Engagement & Priorities Committee meetings, view agendas or to watch live, visit pittmeadows.ca/councilmeetings.

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