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On Jan. 18 – roughly the 10th anniversary of the original notice of motion – Coun. Druh Farrell will re-introduce the city’s plain language policy.
She said in her notice of motion that “the City of Calgary continues to use language that can be overly technical, ambiguous, confusing, and isolating.”
In Tuesday’s (Jan. 12) Priorities and Finance Committee (PFC) meeting, Coun. Farrell said we already have a plain language policy, but no one uses it.
“It’s actually gotten worse. And so, I’m not even sure if we need any policies,” she said.
“I just want people to follow it, and so I’m just putting this motion forward as a reminder that a policy is a policy.”
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