Cabinet call in change to be discussed

Pembrokeshire County Council's cabinet will discuss their call-in process today (Monday).

Pembrokeshire County Council's cabinet will discuss their call-in process today (Monday).

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A bid to change the call-in procedure for cabinet decisions is due to be discussed by Pembrokeshire County Council's cabinet again today (Monday, July 7).

In April, the committee considered a bid by Councillor Bob Kilmister for a change in the procedure so that any six councillors could request a call-in for cabinet decisions within five working days.

Under the current procedure a call-in request can only be made by chairman or by a minimum of four members of an overview and scrutiny committee.

The request must be made by 5pm on the third working day following cabinet.

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2:22pm Mon 7 Jul 14

Tttoommy says...

What Bryn wants , bryn gets ( what he wants appears to be in complete contrast to what is best for Pembrokeshire) and the well remunerated IPG jelly fish nod in agreement.

wake me up when we have something approaching democracy in pembrokeshire

PSWould also be good if the Police did their job properly as well
What Bryn wants , bryn gets ( what he wants appears to be in complete contrast to what is best for Pembrokeshire) and the well remunerated IPG jelly fish nod in agreement. wake me up when we have something approaching democracy in pembrokeshire PSWould also be good if the Police did their job properly as well Tttoommy
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