Our June 2021 meeting, which will also be our Annual General Meeting, will take place on Wednesday 9th June at 7pm via Zoom. The meeting will be divided into two sections, the first being our AGM, and then a regular business meeting.
2. Minutes of AGM held on 6 march 2019
3. Convenor’s report 2019/20 and 2020/21
4. Treasurer’s report
5. Approval of 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21accounts
6. Election of officers: Convenor, Vice-Convenor, Secretary and Treasurer
JUNE BUSINESS MEETING
2. Declarations of interest
3. Minutes of last business meeting and matters arising: including dentist post; phone boxes; pier progress; An Turas; Baugh phone box
4. Correspondence: joint meeting with Tiree Trust; naming new fuel pumps; Jenni Minto, MSP
5. Reports from meetings: Mull Community Council
6. Consultation on Planning Policy and extension of consultation period
7. Transport: report on Argyll, Lochaber, Skye and Small Isles Ferry Stakeholder Group meeting; consultation on CalMac summer 2022 timetable and correspondence about this; representation on CalMac Community Board and press release; plans for meeting of Tiree Transport Forum
9. Dates of next meetings
TCC AGM Minutes Mar 19 (Draft for approval at this meeting)
Meeting joining instructions:
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