Cabinet Agenda 8th December 2010
Meeting to be held at 2.00 p.m. in the Town Hall
Order of Business
Welcome and housekeeping arrangements
1. Apologies for Absence
2. Exclusion of Public and Press
To identify items where resolutions may be moved to exclude the press and public.
3. Declarations of Interest
Members to declare any interests they have in the business to be considered at the meeting.
4. Minutes of Previous Meeting
To approve the minutes of the meeting of the Cabinet held on
24th November, 2010.
5. Public Questions and Petitions
To receive any questions or petitions from members of the public.
6. Items Called-In For Scrutiny
The Deputy Chief Executive will inform the Cabinet of any items called in for scrutiny since the last meeting of the Cabinet.
7. Scrutiny Committee Recommendations to Cabinet
Report of the Deputy Chief Executive.
8. Retirement of Staff
To note the retirement of staff from the Council’s service and to convey the Council’s thanks for their work.
Children and Young People's Service
Kathryn Pearson, Assistant Headteacher, Byron Wood Primary School
28 Years Service
Valerie Nethergate, School Crossing Patrol Warden
33 Years Service
Joseph Hughes, Stores and Materials Assistant
37 Years Service
Mrs. Brenda Sissons, Customer Service Agent
35 Years Service
9. Strategy for Expanding Primary School Places : Final Decision
Report of the Executive Director, Children and Young People
10. Rural Communities Strategy
Report of the Executive Director, Place.
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The Cabinet discusses and takes decisions on the most significant issues facing the City Council. These include issues about the direction of the Council, its policies and strategies, as well as City-wide decisions and those which affect more than one Council service. Meetings are chaired by the Leader of the Council, Cllr Paul Scriven. The Forward Plan sets out the issues that the Cabinet expects to consider over the next four months and is updated each month.
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Cabinet Agenda 8th December 2010 (72 KB)
Minutes of Cabinet held on 24th November 2010 (288 KB)
This report sets out the various recommendations to Cabinet made by Scrutiny Committees at recent meetings. Cabinet is asked to consider and respond to the recommendations. (187 KB)
The purpose of this report is to inform Cabinet of representations (objections or comments) received in response to the publication of statutory legal notices on 17th September 2010. (446 KB)
The aim of the Rural Communities Strategy is “to ensure that people living in rural areas, as far as possible, have similar levels of opportunity as other Sheffield residents”. (1.73 MB)