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Chairman's Policy on Public Comment as of October 19, 2020
As the Chair, I would like to implement Public Input.
Public input will be for a total of 10 minutes. Each Wenham resident will be allowed 2 minutes which will allow for five total residents to speak.
Public comments should be just that and not questions directed to individual Selectmen or the board as a whole.
As the chair, I will not be returning comment and I ask my fellow Selectmen to do the same.
I would ask that residents respect the following guidelines:
- At the discretion of the Chairman, time may be set aside on the Meeting Agenda for a Public Comment period.
- After being recognized by the Chairman, the speaker will identify themselves by name, street address, and the proposed subject upon which they want to speak.
- Attendees can use their allocated time to speak on a matter affecting the town or matters under the purview of town government.
- The Public Comment period cannot be used to endorse candidates for office, to endorse ballot questions, or to discuss topics on ballot questions.
- The Board of Selectmen will not deliberate or vote on matters brought up during the Public Comment period. The Chairman may decide to add the matter to a future meeting agenda.