The next meeting of TCC will be held on Wednesday 1st July at 7pm, once again via the Zoom online and telephone conference platform.
- Conflicts of interest
- Minutes of the last meeting and matters arising
- Ferry update
- Air service update
- Scarinish phone box
- Virtual Doors Open Day
- Complaint about governance
Downloadable version: TCC agenda 1.7.20
Minutes of the previous meeting, held on 3rd June 2020: DRAFT COMMUNITY COUNCIL MINUTES JUNE 2020
Minutes of an informal members-only “agenda meeting” and discussion of a response to accusations of misconduct made against TCC, held on Monday 22nd June: minutes agenda meeting 22.6.20
The latest “landing figures” provided to us by CalMac for numbers of cars and passenger journeys to and from Tiree – kindly agreed to be shared: Tiree – Shipped and Landed 26th June
We received a response from Calmac to our letter – details posted as an update to this page: http://tireecommunitycouncil.co.uk/ferry-capacity-and-latest-guidance-june-26th-update/
Meeting joining link: https://bit.ly/31aQTnA
or by telephone: 0131 460 1196
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Guidance on joining the meeting:
Please note that by default you will join the meeting muted (i.e. you will not be sending sound out to the rest of the participants) – please leave yourself muted unless you need to speak, and when invited to do so by the chair, and remember to re-mute afterwards. This is needed to ensure that the call is not made very difficult to follow by background noise from multiple people, which can be extremely disruptive to the call.
If joining by computer, you can find a button to “Raise your hand” to ask to speak under the “Participants” menu, accessed by pressing the Participants button (looks like a human figure, in the middle of the bottom part of the window).
The mute and unmute button is in the lower left, and looks like a microphone, next to the button for switching your webcam on/off.
If you are using a telephone to dial in, the mute and unmute command can be given by typing:
You can also “raise your hand” to ask to speak using:
As ever if you have questions or if there is anything we can do to help you take part in the meeting accessibly, please let us know by e-mailing email@example.com