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Public comment abuse leads to changes in Redwood City's meeting protocols

Original post made on Oct 3, 2023

In what Mayor Jeff Gee calls a “proactive step” to avoid “vile, racist, anti-semitic” disruptions ahead of council meetings, Redwood City has overhauled its procedures, allowing only email or in-person comments during meetings.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, October 3, 2023, 8:29 AM

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Posted by Claudette
a resident of Woodside
on Oct 3, 2023 at 11:01 am

Claudette is a registered user.

Great first step. Council members are elected, let them do their jobs, not mediating various interruptions.

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