A meeting of the Knutsford Town Council Finance Committee will be held on 28th March 2022 at 7:00pm in the Lower Council Chamber.
Limited public seating will be available. The meeting will be broadcast via Zoom to enable remote public viewing and participation and livestreamed to Facebook. To join the meeting via Zoom, click here: Open Zoom Meeting or use meeting ID 821 0560 5574 and password KTC-456189.
1 APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
To receive apologies for absence.
2 DECLARATIONS OF MEMBERS’ INTERESTS
To receive declarations of personal, prejudicial and pecuniary interests from members relevant to items under discussion at the meeting.
3 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
A period of up to 5 minutes for members of the public to ask questions or submit comments.
4 CONFIRMATION OF PREVIOUS MINUTES
To receive and confirm the minutes of the committee meeting held on 31st January 2022.
Attachment – Minutes of the meeting held 31st January 2022
5 REVIEW OF YEAR-TO-DATE INCOME AND EXPENDITURE
To review the committee’s income and expenditure year to date, the council summary income and expenditure year to date and the Mayor’s Charity Fundraising receipts/payments year to date.
6 FINANCIAL REGULATIONS
To consider amendments to the council’s financial regulations.
Attachment – Report F-21-13 Financial Regulations
7 QUESTIONS TO THE TOWN CLERK
An opportunity for members to raise questions relevant to the work of the committee to the Town Clerk
8 INTERNAL AUDITOR’S INTERIM REPORT
To consider the interim report of the council’s Internal Auditor.
Attachment – 2021/22 Interim Internal Audit
9 OUTSTANDING MATTERS LOG
To note that no actions under the committee are outstanding.
10 DATE OF THE NEXT MEETING
To note that the next scheduled meeting will be held on 23rd May 2022 at 7:00pm.
11 OUTSTANDING DEBTORS
To resolve to exclude the public and press on the grounds that publicity would be prejudicial to the public interest by reason of the confidential nature of the business to be transacted.
To review the council’s outstanding debtor report and approve the settlement of a debt by instalments.