"fully engaging with the people of Anglesey to reflect their views and priorities".
Furthermore, one of the Commissioners is then specifically quoted as saying:
"Improving the way we engage with people is vital. In time, we hope to see community engagement play a key role in the way Anglesey develops and provides future services".
Meanwhile, we discover from the published agenda of this Thursday's Full Council meeting that item 15, "Commissioners 2nd Quarterly Progress Report" will be made only after the "exclusion of the press and public".
"Community engagement" in action? "Democratic renewal"? Hmmmm.
UPDATE: The Council gets in touch to say:
"The draft Q2 progress report has been forwarded to the Minister for consideration and he will be meeting with Commissioners next week to discuss its contents.
Subject to the Minister's views, we anticipate that the report will be published on our website within the next fortnight.
Members will be provided with a verbal briefing on what is contained within the draft report during Full Council on Thursday.
The verbal briefing will take place in the closed session because the report is still in its draft form and has not been agreed with the Minister."
Which is all well and good. However I'm afraid that at a time when the Minister is both (a) directing the Local Government Boundaries Commission for Wales to exclusively introduce multi member wards throughout Ynys Môn with the sole aim of achieving a certain election result (i.e. the elimination of Independents), and (b) is "minded" to postpone Ynys Môn's local elections until 2013, things are beginning to appear more and more anti-democratic.