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Authority

The Authority meets to receive reports and minutes from committees and:

2011 Authority Meetings

Links to Agenda web pages will appear nearer the time of the meeting:

Authority Meeting 19 January 2011 at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 23 February at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 23 March at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 20 April at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 18 May at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 22 June at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 20 July at 10am

Authority: Wednesday 17 August at 10am - meeting cancelled

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 14 September at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 19 October at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 16 November at 10am

Authority Meeting: Wednesday 14 December at 10am

Hints and tips

Agendas will be available approximately one week before the meeting.

Minutes are listed under the meeting date where they are presented to committee members. So for example minutes for a January meeting will appear in the associated papers for the February meeting.

You can download agendas and minutes from this website or visit our headquarters in Kendal to inspect and take extracts from current and previous agendas and minutes. Contact Us has details of our Kendal location.

Have your say in person

For details about how to attend and speak at Committee meetings, please read Public speaking at Committee meetings - policy and frequently asked questions (Word document)

Archive papers

The following years are available online:

For previous papers, please email hq@lakedistrict.gov.uk or call 01539 724555 with the name of the committee and approximate date.

The only exception are those items which would infringe copyright or would not be dealt with in public for reasons of confidentiality.

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