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Monday 4 October 2010 5.33pm
There is a meeting on Wednesday and I was told some time ago the Elephant Leisure Centre proposal would com up in this one.
However, looking at agenda I can't see anything.

Meeting Agenda 6th October 2010

Has anyone ever been to one of these and what precisely happens?
Is there much point in me going as a resident or would it be a complete waste of my time?

Thanks for any tips and tricks!
Monday 4 October 2010 7.01pm
I think that there will be more on the E&C in the November WCC meeting, but Jon Abbott of E&C has a short slot at 2005 (see briefing note here)

As a local resident, I have found these meetings are worth attending, not least because all local councillors (in this case, Newington, E Walworth and Faraday wards) attend. I have found that this can help communication between us as residents and councillors (and thus the council).

You can ask qustions unrelated to the agenda too, although I am not sure if this has to be done in writing first. But each presentation usually has time for some questions, tho at the discretion of the chair.
Tuesday 5 October 2010 12.44pm
I'm hoping to go along if I can escape work in time.
Wednesday 6 October 2010 12.35am
jamesup wrote:
I'm hoping to go along if I can escape work in time.

Apparently the first thing is about youth engagement and the 'main business' should start around 7pm.
Wednesday 6 October 2010 12.55am
Actually, agenda says at 18:35:

You say we listen - sessions on Elephnat and Castle, East Street Consultation and Employment Opportunities.
Thursday 7 October 2010 1.26pm
I've moved some posts from this thread about the detail of the leisure centre proposals into the other ongoing thread on the same topic.

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