Council decisions, motions and official correspondence
Elected councillors may be members of committees where they vote on key decisions and make recommendations.
Every council must publish:
- details of when key decisions will be taken
- papers of meetings – at least 5 working days beforehand
- minutes of meetings – showing the decisions that were made
You can view all Vale of White Horse Council meeting agendas, minutes and reports here:
A motion is a request made by a councillor for an issue to be discussed at a council meeting and for a decision to be made.
Following a council motion, the council leader sign a letter to action that motion (e.g. write to the government asking for change) and we publish those letters here. You can also find those letters attached to the relevant Council meeting agenda and minutes.
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