Monday, November 25, 2019
Prince Rupert City Council settles on 2020 schedule
Prince Rupert City Council Members have consulted their day timers and concluded as to the best dates ahead for 2020 releasing the Schedule of Council Sessions last week, charting the course for the year ahead.
As it has been for a few years now, the schedule is heavy in two a month sessions for the first six months of the year, with the summer season of July through September making for but one meeting for each month.
The return to the twice a month public gatherings in October and November and like this year, Council members will put their bow on the Christmas season with a final Council session in the first week of December 2020.
All told, the announced public gatherings for Prince Rupert Council totals twenty for the year ahead, just as 2019 has featured.
While Prince Rupert Council may be the best compensated of the region, they have a lighter schedule when it comes to the public council sessions of the Northwest.
By comparison, Terrace had 23 Public Council sessions this year.
Kitimat hosted the most Public sessions at 35 mainly owing to the division of Regular and Committee of the Whole sessions into different weeks.
For the third of the large Northwest communities, Smithers was closer to the Prince Rupert mark at 22.
Looking towards the New Year, the Prince Rupert schedule for 2020 looks as follows:
Monday January 13
Monday January 27
Monday February 10
Monday February 24
Monday March 9
Monday March 23
Monday April 6
Monday April 27
Monday May 11
Monday May 25
Monday June 8th
Monday June 22
Monday July 20
Monday August 24
Monday September 14
Monday October 5
Monday October 26
Monday November 9
Monday November 23
Monday December 7
Notes on City Council Agendas for those public meetings can be explored from the City's Website here.
For more items of note on Prince Rupert City Council see our archive page here.