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Wisconsin Rapids City Council to consider expanding public comment

9:58 PM, Apr. 4, 2013
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Wisconsin Rapids City Council members are considering allowing members of the public more leeway to address council members during meetings.

Current policy allows council members to recognize residents and let them speak only about items on the agenda. But a recent incident left one city resident feeling like she was being turned away because the subject she wanted to discuss was not on the agenda for the meeting.

Christa Pierce attended the March 19 council meeting and intended to address council members about a public works project in her neighborhood. But because the project was not on ...

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