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Q: Can residents call a parish meeting?

A: This is often called the rule of 6 and it may be a useful process for residents who wish discuss a specific matter. Meetings of the parish apply to both Town and Parish councils. A meeting of the parish may also call for a parish ballot or referendum. There are specific requirements as to calling such meetings.

A meeting of the parish is not the same as a parish council meeting.

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