Members of the public can address Councillors at Council meetings. You must first obtain Council approval and comply with the rules governing Council meetings.
Members of the public may address meetings of Council on items that are on the council agenda, subject to the approval of the Council:
By attending a Council meeting, you consent to your speech or other personal information being captured and recorded. For this reason any opinions expressed or statements made by individual persons during the course of Council meetings are the opinions or statements of those individual persons and are not opinions or statements of Council.
All persons should refrain from making any defamatory remarks. Council accepts no liability for any defamatory remarks made during the course of a Council meeting. All persons should refrain from making public comments about another individual(s) without seeking the consent of that individual beforehand.