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By Haddenham Webteam - 9th February 2016 11:30am
Aylesbury Vale District Council cabinet members will hold their next meeting in Haddenham in the Walter Rose Room, Haddenham Village Hall, Banks Park, HP17 8EE, today, Tuesday 9th February from 5.30pm.
The cabinet has previously held meetings in Wendover and Winslow to enable residents from around Aylesbury Vale to experience a cabinet meeting. These meetings are where key decisions are made and they play a vital role in AVDC's decision making process.
Come and meet members and AVDC staff for a chat over a cup of tea from 5.30pm — 6.15pm and stay on to see your cabinet in action at 6.30pm. You can ask members questions during this informal 'meet and greet' or ask your local councillor to raise a question on your behalf.
Councillor Steve Bowles, Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Economic Development Delivery, said: "The issues discussed at cabinet meetings affect Aylesbury Vale as a whole and it is only right that we let residents from around the Vale have a chance to get involved."
The cabinet agenda is available to download here.
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