In order to address the concerns with the COVID-19, for this Meeting, public comment will be handled as follows: If an interested person desires to provide public comment, all comments must be directed to the Office of the City Clerk at the above provided physical address, e-mail address or by telephone. The City will receive such public comment up to fifteen (15) minutes before the start of the Meeting. If timely received by the Office of the City Clerk, the Chair will read the public comment at the Meeting. Public comment cards are available on the City’s website.

YOU MUST FILL OUT ALL REQUIRED FIELDS FOR YOUR COMMENT TO BE SUBMITTED.

  • Time limit to address the commission on any agenda item:  2 minutes.

(No individual may address the commission/board more than once on any agenda item.)

  • Time limit to address the commission on non-agenda items:  3 minutes.  (Public Participation)
  • A timer clock will be installed in the commission room to aid the speaker in facilitating the time limit.
  • A time limitation will be placed on each agenda item for discussion by the public and the commission.  (Time limitation for each agenda item is 30 minutes maximum or will be adjourned to a workshop, as enforced by existing resolution)
  • No inappropriate outbursts or interruptions from the public will be tolerated during commission/board meetings.  (Outburst and interruptions include but are not limited to: clapping, cheering, sneers, and name calling.)
  • The result of inappropriate outbursts or interruptions will be immediate removal from the meeting escorted by a Police Officer. (A warning may first be given by the Mayor or Vice Mayor before removal)
  • Public Participation will be at the end of the agenda items followed by Commission Liaison Reports and Comments.
  • Strict adherence to Robert’s Rules shall be followed at every meeting open to the public.  An annual course on parliamentary procedures is required for the commission and city board members.
  • The Mayor and Commissioners cannot address, nor answer questions directly to the speaker during public comment (Unless there is a point of order). A copy of the resolution adopting rules and procedures for the City Commission is available in the City Clerk’s Office.
  • Emailed comments sent to staff will not be accepted.
  • At the sole discretion of the Commission, emails or faxes sent directly to them could be accepted and read into the record.
  • Public comment cards submitted in bulk will not be accepted or acknowledged.
  • Public comment cards submitted to staff on behalf of absent individuals will not be accepted and read into the record.
  • Public comment cards personally submitted to staff during a meeting will be read into the record regardless of whether the individual is still present at the meeting.
  • In order to address the concerns with the COVID-19, for this Meeting, public comment will be handled as follows: If an interested person desires to provide public comment, all comments must be directed to the Office of the City Clerk at the above provided physical address, e-mail address or by telephone. The City will receive such public comment up to fifteen (15) minutes before the start of the Meeting. If timely received by the Office of the City Clerk, the Chair will read the public comment at the Meeting. Public comment cards are available on the City’s website.

Public Comment Card

IF THERE IS NO FORM AVAILABLE ON THIS PAGE, PUBLIC COMMENT IS NOW CLOSED!

PUBLIC COMMENT MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 5:45PM ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING.

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