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Presentations to Council
If you feel strongly about a public issue or a local concern, you are encouraged to share your information and thoughts with Council. Because many issues can be resolved at the administrative level, it is recommended that you discuss your concerns with administration prior to appearing before Council. Town staff can provide you with valuable background information on the issue in question and/or recommend appropriate next steps that can remove the need to appear before Council or to help set the stage for a meaningful and constructive interview with Council.
For information on whom to speak to, please call the Town office at 780.963.2151, or submit your feedback.
In order to appear as a delegation at a regular Council meeting, you must submit a written request, via email, fax or regular mail, addressed to the Mayor and Council. Your letter must include:
- your preferred Council meeting date of appearance, as well as two alternate meeting dates
[2012 Council meeting schedule (-152.52KB)];
- the subject matter you wish to present and a summary your concerns;
- any relevant background information to support your comments; and
- the name and contact information of the designated presenter(s).
Your letter must be received a minimum of three weeks prior to the Council meeting date you wish to attend. This gives staff sufficient time to review your request, advise the Mayor and Council and, if necessary, conduct background research into the issue. Town staff will notify you as to which date you are invited to address Council, to confirm your spot on the Council meeting agenda and the length of your presentation and to confirm whether or not any audio/visual support is required.
Please note that all delegations' letters and any accompanying documents are included as a part of the regular Council agenda package, which is published on the Town's website and available for public viewing at the Town office and at the Council meeting.
Delegations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Council usually hears up to a maximum of three delegations per meeting. Once the three-delegation-limit is met, additional requests are put forward to the next available Council meeting. Refer to the Council meeting schedule (-152.52KB for a list of dates. )
If you have an issue of importance but do not feel the need to speak in front of Council, you may address a letter to administration or to one of your elected officials. All letters are addressed in a timely manner.
Public delegations are always the first item on the Council meeting agenda, following the public input session. The Mayor, or Deputy Mayor in his absence, will invite delegations to the Council table to speak. Presenters have a maximum of
10 minutes to share their concerns.
Following the presentation, Council may or may not ask questions of the delegation, as well as of administration, or provide comment with respect to the information presented. Upon closure of the discussion, Council may make a decision or refer the item to the appropriate Town department for further input or advice.
Council normally takes some time to review items before deciding what action to take on an issue. If you would like clarification on an issue discussed, a decision made or the status of the decision, please contact administration, which will be able to provide you with the appropriate information.
If you wish to appear before Council, please submit your letter and accompanying documents to:
- Executive Assistant to the Mayor and Council
Town of Stony Plain
4905 - 51 Avenue
Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1Y1
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Requests to appear as a delegation before Council must be received by the Executive Assistant to Mayor and Council at least three weeks prior to the preferred regular Council meeting date.