Individual Right of Access and Speaking at Public Meetings
|2017 ||Jan 23 ||Agenda Setting Meeting ||Notice |
| ||Jan 23 ||Work Session ||Agenda |
| ||Jan 23 ||TIDD Board Meeting ||Cancelled |
| ||Jan 22 - 28 ||Potential Quorum ||Notice |
|Jan 17 ||Regular Council Meeting ||Agenda |
| ||Jan 15 - 21 ||Potential Quorum ||Notice |
| ||Jan 9 ||Agenda Setting Meeting ||Notice |
| ||Jan 9 ||Work Session ||Agenda |
| ||Jan 3 ||Regular Council Meeting || |
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Anyone may speak at a regular City Council meeting and express a point of view. You may speak to the Council under Public Participation toward the beginning of each meeting, on any topic that is not related to legislation being considered at that meeting. Or you may address a specific legislative item on the agenda, in which case you will be called to speak when the item comes up for discussion.
Typically, each speaker will have seven (7) minutes to speak. A speaker may request more than seven (7) minutes but must fill out the City Clerk's Public Speaking Form and indicate how much total time is needed. If several people are planning to speak on one topic, the Mayor has the discretion on the time allotted to each speaker, which may be less than the seven (7) minutes. All speakers are timed.
Public Speaker Form