Ask a Question

At Ordinary Meetings of Council, up to fifteen minutes is allowed for members of the public to ask a question of Council. Questions are limited to two per member of the public. No debate or discussion of questions or answers is permitted by either the questioner or members of Council.

The Chairperson may answer the question themselves or nominate another Council Officer to answer. The Chairperson may take a question on notice, which means that a written answer to the question will be provided.

Complete the below form to ask a question of Council. 

Council meetings are recorded. See the bottom of the page for information.

Refer to Governance Local Law 2016 clause 4.11-4.12

Public Question Time

Please be as brief and concise as possible.
(if applicable)

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Chief Executive Officer
Benalla Rural City Council

PO Box 227

BENALLA VIC 3671

Audio Recording of Meetings

Please note: All Council meetings will be audio recorded and made available for public access, with the exception of matters identified as confidential items in the agenda. This includes public participation sections of the meetings.

These recordings are taken to facilitate the preparation and accuracy of the minutes of open Council meetings, broader access to open Council meetings and the accuracy of submitter details (where relevant).

By participating in open Council meetings, individuals consent to the use and disclosure of the information that they share at the meeting (including any personal/sensitive information) for the purposes of Council carrying out its functions. Individuals also consent to the disclosure of that information to any person(s) who access those recordings.