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Administrative Autonomy Committee

What is a standing committee?

A local council's committee is divided into standing committees, a regular organization and special committees, each with a limited time of existence. Standing committee keep a specified mission and these are organized all of the time. The standing committees may be organized only for a council with 13 or more members while the number of standing committees and the matters in their purview shall be defined by the ordinance in considerations of the council. "

Administrative Autonomy Committee

The committee handles agendas, petitions, and appeals regarding the responsibilities of the Citizens Petition Committee, spokesperson, Audit Office, Human Rights Office, Planning and Coordination Bureau, Citizens Safety Office, Local Autonomy Administration Bureau, Culture, Tourism and Sports Bureau, Fire Service Headquarters & Fire stations, Culture and Arts Center, Ulsan Metropolitan Museum, Ulsan Metropolitan Library, Seoul Headquarters, Ulsan Research Center, Ulsan Metropolitan Facilities Maintenance Corporation, Ulsan Culture Foundation, and Ulsan Lifelong Talent Education Institute.

Member Committees

Duties

Matters associated with the Citizens Petition Committee, spokesperson, Audit Office, Human Rights Office, Planning and Coordination Bureau, Citizens Safety Office, Local Autonomy Administration Bureau, Culture, Tourism and Sports Bureau, Fire Service Headquarters & Fire stations, Culture and Arts Center, Ulsan Metropolitan Museum, Ulsan Metropolitan Library, Seoul Headquarters, Ulsan Research Center, Ulsan Metropolitan Facilities Maintenance Corporation, Ulsan Culture Foundation, and Ulsan Lifelong Talent Education Institute.

Contact No.

052-229-5070~4