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P-04-617 Stop the Wholesale Hiving off of Public Libraries to the Voluntary Sector

This page gives details of any meetings held which will, or did, discuss the matter, and includes links to the relevant Papers, Agendas and Minutes.

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Meeting: 08/03/2016 - Petitions Committee - Fourth Assembly (Item 3)

3 P-04-617 Stop the Wholesale Hiving off of Public Libraries to the Voluntary Sector

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William Powell declared the following interest under Standing Order 17.24A:

He is a founder member of the Small Town Library Access Group.

 

Members considered correspondence from the petitioner and, given that they felt they had taken the petition as far as they could, agreed to close it.


Meeting: 14/07/2015 - Petitions Committee - Fourth Assembly (Item 4)

4 P-04-617 Stop the Wholesale Hiving off of Public Libraries to the Voluntary Sector

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The Committee correspondence on the petition and agreed to await the petitioner’s views on the Minister’s response.


Meeting: 12/05/2015 - Petitions Committee - Fourth Assembly (Item 3)

3 P-04-617 Stop the Wholesale Hiving off of Public Libraries to the Voluntary Sector

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The Committee considered correspondence on the petition and agreed to write to:

·         The Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, seeking his views on the petitioner’s further comments; and

·         The WLGA to ask for their views on the Deputy Minister’s letter.


Meeting: 24/02/2015 - Petitions Committee - Fourth Assembly (Item 4)

4 P-04-617 Stop the Wholesale Hiving off of Public Libraries to the Voluntary Sector

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The Committee considered the petition and agreed to write to the Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism seeking his views on the petitioner’s further comments.


 

 

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