Community members are invited to the Council’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 11am on Saturday, 27 February 2021 at the Kingborough Community Hub, 7 Goshawk Way, Kingston.
The primary purpose of a council AGM is to allow the public to ask questions about the contents of the council’s Annual Report 2019/20, and to provide an opportunity for the electors present to make any relevant motions for the council to consider at the next ordinary council meeting.
Members of the community are invited to make submissions on Council’s Annual Report for discussion at its Annual General Meeting. You can submit questions via:
- AGM Submissions (online form)
- In writing to the General Manager
- Civic Centre, 15 Channel Highway, Kingston 7050
The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, 23 February 2021.
- The Annual General Meeting will be conducted in accordance with Kingborough’s standard Council Meeting procedures. The Mayor will Chair the meeting.
- At the conclusion of the presentations and discussion on submissions to the 2019/20 Annual Report, members of the public may move motions.
- A member of the public may only speak once and for no longer than five minutes.
- Questions and comments should be concise to allow as many people as possible to have their input.
- No one is to be interrupted whilst they are speaking.
- You are asked, as a matter of courtesy and for the Minutes, to identify yourself before speaking.
- All discussion will be addressed through the Chair.
- Members of the public may not:
- Make any personal reflection on any Councillor, Council employee or member of the public;
- Disrupt the meeting; or
- In the opinion of the Chairman, use any offensive expression.
- If you intend to move a motion, the following procedures apply:
- Please stand and identify yourself.
- The motion must be moved and seconded before debate is permitted.
- Only one motion may be before the Chair at a time.
- Voting is by show of hands. Only electors in the Kingborough Council Municipal Area are entitled to vote. (A register will be provided prior to the meeting and voting cards will be distributed).
- A resolution is passed by half, plus one of the electors present voting in favour of it.
- In speaking to a motion, you may speak only once and for no longer than five minutes.
- The mover of the motion has a final right of reply.
- Any resolution passed at the Annual General Meeting will be considered at the next available meeting of Council.