Diary: Cat-throwing highlights perils of virtual planning committees

Local authorities have swiftly turned to “virtual” committee meetings after the government passed legislation allowing councillors to meet remotely during the coronavirus outbreak.

by Mark Wilding
Former Commissioner Chris Platzer and his car. Pic: City of Vallejo website
Former Commissioner Chris Platzer and his car. Pic: City of Vallejo website

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