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Surrey County Council records

County council reports

Surrey County Council met for the first time as Provisional Authority on 24 January 1889. Its first meeting as the new local authority for Surrey was on 1 April. Although members could put resolutions to County Council meetings the predominant method of working was by considering the reports of the County Council committees, receiving them and adopting by resolution their recommendations. The reports to a meeting of the County Council were bound in paper (for a long period before 1974 the covers were yellow and the reports were commonly known as ‘Yellow Books’).

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