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Have your say at committee meetings

Asking a question

Residents and business rate payers are invited to put forward questions at full council meetings. Your question should relate to a matter for which the council has a responsibility or which affects the borough.
You are welcome to attend the full meeting at which your question is put and to ask an oral supplementary question seeking clarification on any point made in the original answer.
The dates for future full council meetings can be found here
Council Meetings
Questions for full Council Meetings must be received by the Chief Executive by 10am on the sixth working day before the date of the full Council meeting. They cannot be submitted more than two weeks in advance of a Council meeting.

Questions should be submitted to

Thirty minutes or a maximum of nine questions, whichever is reached first, is allowed for questions from Sutton residents at the start of the Council meeting.  Up to two questions may be asked by a Sutton resident or a person who owns or manages a business in Sutton only.  
Local Committees
Residents can ask questions or raise issues at Local Committee meetings, with the agreement of the Chair. 
Questions should be emailed to: at least 5 working days in advance and we will endeavour to obtain a written response for the meeting.  Please be aware your question and name will be published in the minutes of the meeting