Dear Tameside Borough Council,
Under the freedom of information act, I would like to ask the following questions in regards to Tameside Council's Civic Advisory Panel.
1. The list of meetings CAP members are expected to attend, such as full council.
2. The attendance record for all CAP members at the meetings stated above.
3. Expenses or allowances CAP members are entitled to. Please could you provide a full breakdown of allowances or expenses claimed.
4. The number of questions submitted to the Civic Advisory Panel over the past 36 months. How many have been asked at full council and how many have been rejected along with reasoning for the rejection.
5. I was told by the Head of Democratic Services (Robert Landon) that he or democratic services can advise a response for Civic Advisory Panel members to give. Can you please provide copies of correspondence where the council has advised or given a response to CAP members.
6. Do CAP members have to declare any register of interest? If so please may I have a copy for all CAP members.
Dear Mr Billington
Further to your request for information, please find attached an
acknowledgement letter from Sandra Stewart, Borough Solicitor.
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