If it is said in a meeting, but never appears in print, does it matter?

At the Ordinary Council Meeting last night, the last report on the agenda was the April to June Quarter Four Report (which included a report on the council plan, a strategic direction progress report and the financial report).

Perhaps Cr Serge Thomann was right when he said in his speech that there is not much point to talking much about this document for more reasons than the one given by him (that it showed good results)? Speeches made by councillors are not minuted and the journalists had headed off one after the other during the first few questions.

However, a few members of the public remained and I have collected a few more examples of why people care about about reporting.

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