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Posted on: November 16, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Public Comment for City Meetings

Public Comment

Public comments can be made in-person at City meetings. You will need to provide the City Clerk with your name and home address. Please know that masks and social distancing guidelines will be followed in City Hall.

As alternatives to coming in-person and understanding that not all residents may feel comfortable or be able to attend a meeting in-person, public comments can also be done in two ways:

  • Emailing (must be provided two hours before the meeting)
  • Mailing City Hall (must be received on or before the day of the meeting)

Please be sure to clearly state that it is for public comment and include your full name and address. The City Clerk will read these comments during the Citizens Concerns segment of the meeting not to exceed 15 minutes.

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