03:54PM, Tuesday 23 February 2016
Cllr Phill Bicknell (Con, Park) will be taking part in a live question and answer session tomorrow from 6-7pm.
The #askRBWM which were started last year give residents the opportunity to ask cabinet members questions.
Cllr Bicknell said: “I am not a Twitter user so I am looking forward to seeing how it all works and answering residents’ questions."
”These can be specifically on education as I am the cabinet member for the Royal Borough or literally anything else."
“The budget-setting process will also have gone through full council by the time of the live Q&A and I am looking forward to receiving questions about our areas of investment and savings.”
Residents can submit questions in advance or ask one on the day using the hashtag #askRBWM.
Cllr David Burbage, leader of the council said: “The regular #askRBWM sessions have been well received by residents and have proven to be a really useful way for people to ask questions directly, which is why we have decided to expand.”
“Sometimes other cabinet members may take up the mantle so residents can ask questions which could be about their specific areas of responsibility or something more general. I look forward to hearing how it goes and what people are talking about.”
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