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Central Saanich motions

Central Saanich council voted Monday to make their motions public.

No, it’s not some form of dance — the council wants to make public their list of decisions and votes, called motions.

Councillor Adam Olsen called for the action, asking staff to get the motions on the district’s website.

“I find it helpful in reflecting back on what happened at a previous council meeting,” Olsen said.

The motions online, said staff, would not be official and subject to change, based on council’s future decisions.

Councillor Carl Jensen said this was easy to support, at the idea follows his need for better council communication with the community.

 

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