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Municipal democracy manifests itself during Council meetings. The elected officials meet as a council representing the population, and as its representative, they make decisions on the direction and action priorities of the town.
The ordinary sessions of the Council typically take place the second Wednesday of each month (see calendar for exceptions), at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, which is located at 567 Village Road. See Council meetings Calendar below for dates.
Special meetings can be called at any time to deal with the urgent matters stated in the convocation notice. No other subjects can be discussed, except if all the Council members are present and only with their unanimous consent.
Council meetings are public and a questions period is reserved at the end of each session for those present.
The Councillors are using lap tops to reduce the use of paper during sessions.