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Recent Scrutiny Reports....
The Connectivity and Sustainability Committee has published its report, "Waste to Resource, a Sustainable Strategy for 2019".
The Partnership, Contract Performance and the Third Sector Committee has published its latest report on working with Housing Associations
The Health and Social Care Committee has published its latest report on Childhood Obesity
The Social Cohesion and Community Safety Committee has published its report on Mental Health and the Criminal Justice Agencies
The Districts and Public Engagement Committee has published its reporrt on Citizen Engagement
The Social Cohesion and Community Safety O&S Committee has published its report on Mental Health-Working in Partnership with Criminal Justice Agencies
The Education and Vulnerable Children O&S Committee has published its report on Work Experience for School Age Children
The Governance, Resources and Customer Services O&S Committee has just published a report on Children and Families with no Recourse to Public Funds
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