Delegation Registration

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Public Participation at Council Meetings during the COVID-19 Emergency

Due to COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, Council meetings are now being held electronically and live streamed on www.leamington.ca/live

If you wish to address an item(s) on the Council agenda, you may send an email to the Clerk at clerks@leamington.ca prior to the start of the Council meeting and such submission shall be provided to Council. Individuals who submit correspondence and any other information to Council should be aware that any personal information contained within their communications may become part of the public record and may be made available through the agenda process which includes publication on the Municipality's website.

If you wish to attend the virtual meeting as a delegation to speak to a matter on the Council agenda, you must register with the Clerk. Information about how to participate as a delegate at Council meetings and/or a Statutory Public meetings is outlined below, as applicable.

Delegation at a Council Meetings

To register as a Delegation before Council, please complete the Delegation Registration form.

Once you register, you will be contacted by the Clerk’s Department and provided information on how to make your submission at the virtual meeting. To participate in the virtual meeting, you will need access to a computer or tablet with internet service or a telephone.

Delegation at a Statutory Public Meetings under the Planning Act

A Statutory Public meeting is a meeting of Council held under the Planning Act for certain types of planning applications. Statutory Public meetings are open to the public and provide an opportunity for individuals in attendance to provide feedback on the planning matters being considered.

For persons who would like to address Council with regard to a planning matter during a Statutory Public meeting, a Delegation Registration form must be completed.

Once you register, you will be contacted by the Clerk’s Department and provided information on how to make your submission at the virtual meeting. To participate in the virtual meeting, you will need access to a computer or tablet with internet service or a telephone.

You may also submit written correspondence. Correspondence can be submitted by email to the Clerk at clerks@leamington.ca by noon on the day of the meeting. Written correspondence must include your full name, address, and the planning matter on the agenda that your correspondence is related to. 

Individuals who submit correspondence and any other information to Council should be aware that any personal information contained within their communications may become part of the public record and may be made available through the agenda process which includes publication on the Municipality's website.

Registration Deadlines

  • Delegations regarding a general matter, 12:00 noon on the Thursday before the Council Meeting. 
  • Delegation regarding a report on the current Council Agenda, 12:00 noon on the Council Meeting date.
  • Delegation at a Statutory Public Meeting for planning matters on the current Council agenda, 4:00 PM on the Council Meeting date.

Procedural By-law

The Municipality's Council Procedural By-law 289-13 sets out the conduct for Council Meetings. By-law 24-20 and By-law 33-20 set out the process for those participating in an electronic Council Meeting.

 

Contact(s)

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Phone: 519-326-5761
Fax: 519-326-2481
Email: General Information

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