What is a public hearing?
Public Hearings are held on matters when required by law. Persons who wish to speak at public hearings will be heard after the applicant has made their presentation and the Council has been given an opportunity to question the applicant. Speakers at a public hearing are asked to complete a speaker card located at the back of the Council Chambers, and present to the City Clerk. When called upon, the speaker must swear of and affirm the truth of their testimony to the reporter that transcribes the hearing.

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1. Who are my City Council representatives?
2. How do I get an appointment to speak with the Mayor?
3. When does the City Council meet?
4. What is a public hearing?
5. How can I get on a City Council agenda?