Virtual meeting of the mayors tonight
Article published on 20 May 2020
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The mayors of the MRC Pontiac will meet virtually this evening during their monthly meeting of the regional council. They will mainly talk about the most recent developments in the region, i notably the new information regarding COVID-19, psychological health in the agricultural environment, the emergency aid fund for SMEs and other subjects.

Residents had until Monday, May 18th, to electronically submit their questions to be asked during the public question period. The MRC Pontiac indicated that it was unable to welcome the public in this context, but that an audio recording of the session will be published on its website.

MRC Pontiac warden Jane Toller said last week that the meeting will be accessible to the media.

Note that if a question from the public is not addressed during the session, the MRC Pontiac ensures that a member of staff will answer it within 30 days of the date of submission.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the monthly meetings of the TNO Council and the Regional Council of Mayors are held by video conference. A decree from the FQM now requires that all public municipal meetings be recorded (audio, video or written) and made available to the public.

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