I set out below a recent exchange of emails. My role as a volunteer in the Library will be decided next Saturday and I am to be excluded from the decision making process.
Please advise how and when my suspension will be brought into line with the Panel's recommendation (4).
The duration of any formal suspension, and the nature of any conditions attached to it, should be made known at the time of its imposition as the DP [disciplinary procedure] process requires.
Your e-mail of 25th October, which raised comments and points concerning the Panel’s report was discussed by the Board in private meeting. The Curator was on leave and not present at that meeting, the duration of the suspension and any conditions attached thereto will be discussed with him and decided at the next Board Meeting.
Thank you for confirming that the duration of my suspension will be on the agenda of the next Board meeting on Dec 12th. I would remind the Board that I have been unfairly dismissed and then suspended since March 27th, so I suggest we make a new start in January after nine months suspension.
Will I have the opportunity to make a submission or to be represented at the discussion? If not I suggest that it would be improper for Glynn Wilton to present.
Thank you for your e-mail of 1st December.
The evidence has been heard, the panel has presented its report and, at its next meeting, the Board will consider the final matter of the duration of your suspension and any conditions attached thereto.
It is a Board Meeting and not a hearing so you will not be invited to be present.
If the meeting finds it necessary then Mr. Wilton will be asked to leave the meeting.