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Youth Advisory

City Hall

Purpose

The purpose of the Youth Advisory Committee is to receive direct citizen input into matters relating to youth in order to enhance the well-being of youth in our community.  Please view the Youth Advisory Committee information, Chapter 75 in the Woodstock Municipal Code.

Raising issues

If you are between the ages of 13 - 21 and have an issue or concern, contact us.

Appointments

Members of the committee remain on the committee for the duration of the current council term of office.

Members

  • Logan Atkinson
  • Serena Dean-Boudreau
  • Jennifer Lam
  • Keelin Miller
  • Elyssa Smith
  • Erica Sturgess
  • Ron Fraser
  • Kim Poole
  • Councillor J. Acchione
  • Councillor S. Shapton

Meetings

Committee meetings are held in the Council Chambers at City Hall. The committee meets once a month except in July and August at a regular date and time mutually agreed upon by a majority of the members.

View Agendas and Minutes

 Committee Composition

The Woodstock Youth Advisory Committee shall be composed of the following voting members:

  • two members of Woodstock City Council for the current term; and
  • up to seven youth members who shall be a resident within the City of Woodstock; and
  • up to five youth representatives,, as recommended by the principal or an appropriate representative, from the student councils or as recommended by the student councils of the following Woodstock high schools:
    • Huron Park Secondary School
    • College Avenue Secondary School
    • Woodstock Collegiate Institute
    • St.. Mary's Catholic High School
    • École Secondaire Notre - Dame

 The term of office for the five student council representative members is one year and can continue for the duration of their high school enrollment as long as the member is on the school student council or recommended by the student council.. At the completion of each year the staff liaison will recommend to principals the reappointment of active and contributing Committee members.

 More information about this committee can be found by reviewing Chapter 75 of the Woodstock Municipal Code.

Contact Us

© 2017 City of Woodstock P.O. Box 1539, 500 Dundas Street, Woodstock, ON N4S 0A7

 

Phone: 519-539-1291
TTY: 519-539-7268
Email: General Information

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