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Does a council's RFO have to be appointed every year at the annual meeting?

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No.  The RFO role is usually part of the full job title of the Clerk and, like any other job, the individual retains the role and title until they resign/retire etc.

The list of business to be included in the agenda for the annual meeting appears in the model standing orders.
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We do... at the May meeting.
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