I'll just tell you how we do strengthen the review process. In the course of hearings—and sometimes not hearings, but usually in hearings—they tend to be represented by lawyers, so issues may arise that show something in the procedures that could be improved, refined, or clarified. The procedures are basically viewed as live documents. If a deficiency or a weakness is noted in the procedures, they aren't locked in stone. The legislation provides that they have the authority to make the procedures, but the procedures are up to the council.
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