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Who are the exclusions in the Disqualification.

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Would a appointed Manager be applicable to participate in Meetings of Council as regarding the " Disqualification s.80 of the Act "under these circumstances.
related to an answer for: What can a co-opted non-Councillor do
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A paid employee may not be a member of the council, but they may participate as a non-member in the same way as any other person may.
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Looking at the Legal Topic Note that Caroline provided for the original discussion (LTN7), it appears that the disqualification that prevents an employee from becoming a member of the council extends to non-voting membership of committees and sub-committees.

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