Upcoming Event: #Manchester City Council to discuss its consultations!! Thurs 20 June, 10am #scrutiny

Many people have opinions about the quality of Manchester City Council’s “consultations.” Some of those opinions are printable.

Next Thursday, 20th June, those people will be able to come and see how a group of 12 Manchester City Councillors do – or don’t – understand those opinions – the frustrations, suspicions and, most importantly, the ways it could all be done better.

scrutiny spotters card finance 2014-page001The Finance Scrutiny Committee (see spotters guide to the right) is meeting at 10am at Manchester Town Hall for one of its scheduled meetings.

On the agenda is a 15 page report (which MCFly will be providing a bluffers’ guide to) which “responds to the Committee’s request for an update on the different models of consultation used by the Council, how they work and what the Council does with the responses to the consultations.”

The meeting is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.  You do NOT have to book, or ask for permission.

There is a pre-meeting for people who want to learn more, meet other concerned citizens, at the Waterhouse Pub (opposite the Town Hall, on Princess St.  It’s a Wetherspoons – they do good coffee, cheap food (though the veggie sausages aren’t much cop anymore).

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2 Responses to Upcoming Event: #Manchester City Council to discuss its consultations!! Thurs 20 June, 10am #scrutiny

  1. gpheby says:

    Not much notice of this meeting – typical of consultations – lip service

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