Council correspondence is also used to express public opinion, or public concern, to City Council. Should a petition be deemed to have not met legislative requirements (such as insufficient signatures), it then becomes Council correspondence.
The correspondence will be presented to the Office of the City Clerk within the timelines set out. The correspondence, or a summary of the correspondence, will be distributed to members of City Council. All information provided on Council, or committee, correspondence will be publicly available.
City Council is not required to do anything in response to Council correspondence; however, it will bring your concerns to the attention of all members of City Council.