From my point of view, I can't wait to get back to face-to-face meetings. Zoom just hasn't worked for my councils. Ten months of bad internet connections, decidedly poor behaviour and the total loss of all public participation have been a nightmare for me. Chasing signatures is a pain, as is having to make special journeys to my parishes for petty matters I would normally attend to on the day of a meeting.
Having said all that, if they allow us to continue to use Zoom for committee meetings, we would. In small villages, we have very few planning applications, so when Mrs Biggins at No 42 Acacia Gardens wants to add a modest single-storey extension, it takes us less than five minutes to come to a view on it. We don't need to open the Village Hall and summon five members and a clerk for that.