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Midland council is looking at overhauling the entire way it operates.

A new procedural bylaw is proposing a slew of changes aimed at streamlining the decision-making process to help expedite municipal business.

A 2017 governance review revealed that council held more special meetings this term than regular council meetings and suggested councillors consider significant changes to the way they operate. Council has held 43 regular council meetings, 33 general committee meetings, 36 planning and development meetings and 48 special meetings during the current term of council.

“There are some pretty big changes being proposed … in particular that we would be going to two council meetings a month, getting rid of the planning meeting and getting rid of…

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