May I speak at a Council Meeting?

Any person may speak on matters on the agenda or other appropriate subjects. A speaker must fill out a speaker card and give it to the Town Clerk before the start of the meeting. Speaker cards are available at the meeting.

At each point in the meeting, when it is appropriate for citizens to speak, the Mayor will invite comments. Each citizen wishing to speak should approach the microphone and state their name for the record. All comments must be addressed to the Town Council as a whole and not to an individual Council Member and must be limited to three minutes or less. No person other than the individual speaking shall enter the discussion without the Mayor’s permission.

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1. When are Council Meetings Held?
2. Are all Council Meetings open to the public?
3. How may I participate in a Council Meeting?
4. May I speak at a Council Meeting?
5. What is the “Call to the Public” Agenda Item?
6. Where do I find the Council meeting notices, agendas, and minutes?