Parksville council to discuss motion to limit number of times a councillor can speak on subject

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Parksville councillor Al Greir wants to see council’s procedure bylaw amended to limit the number of times a councillor can speak on specific topic.

“In order to expedite the business of council in an efficient manner, council direct staff to amend the procedure bylaw to add a requirement that council members only be permitted to speak a maximum of two times on a particular subject unless the member is raising new information that has not already been considered by council,” Greir’s notice of motion reads.

Greir introduced the notice of motion during council’s Nov. 1 meeting. Council will discuss and vote on the motion at its Nov. 15 regular meeting.

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