Committees of Council
Development Charges Task Force
City Council is seeking interested persons to serve on a task force for updating the Development Charges Background Study and the Development Charges By-law. Terms of reference for the Development Charges Task Force are attached. Deadline for submitting applications is Thursday, August 1, 2019
Agencies, Boards, Commissions and Committees:
Policy: Council Appointments to Agencies, Boards and Committees
- The City Clerk (or designates appointed by the City Clerk) functions as the coordinator of most Committees, providing clerical service and a degree of administrative support. Administrative support includes notification of meetings, official correspondence and mailings.
- Administrative resources assigned to the Committee are not under the direction of the Committee, but are available as a resource to provide for an official record of decisions of the Committee and to ensure that these decisions are communicated to City Council where appropriate. The Coordinator is appointed to record the decisions of the Committee and not to provide a verbatim transcript of the meetings.
Mandate of Committee:
- The mandate of the individual Board, Committee or Commission is generally prescribed in the statute for statutory bodies, or in City Council resolutions. If there is uncertainty as to the role of the Committee, the Coordinator should be consulted to provide copies of the official authority.
- With the exception of several "management" committees such as the Windsor Detroit Tunnel Corporation, Committees are advisory only, i.e. they provide recommendations to City Council on policies applicable to a specific function. This is important to note, because under the present form of local government, administrative staff are responsible to City Council through the Chief Administrative Officer, and not responsible to the Committee or its members for the operation of a particular function.
Notice to correspondents:
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