Jun 3, 2019
Residents invited to share ideas about decision-making in Toronto
The City of Toronto is inviting Torontonians to share their thoughts on recent changes to City Council and how to support Council's local and city-wide decision-making. The public can participate online, at upcoming public sessions and by hosting their own discussions.
Input from the consultation will help to inform staff's recommendations to a Special Committee on Governance established by Toronto City Council. The Committee's mandate is to consider the impacts of a smaller Council on the City's governance and recommend any further changes to its interim structure.
The public can provide feedback in the following ways:
Beginning June 1, an online survey and toolkit for residents and organizations to host their own meetings, along with background information, will be available at http://www.toronto.ca/TOgovernance.
Five sessions will be held to provide an opportunity to learn about the City's governance and decision-making processes, speak with staff and other residents and, provide feedback. All sessions start with a one-hour drop-in open house, followed by roundtable discussions and individual input:
All meetings of the Special Committee on Governance are open to the public to attend, speak or submit written comments. Find out more at http://www.toronto.ca/council
More information is available at: http://www.toronto.ca/TOgovernance.
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