Won't require sign-up, but citizens may have to wait until end of meeting to speak
UPDATED for print version — Citizens wishing to address the Fayette County Commission in the future will not have to sign up a week in advance.
But they may have to wait to have their say to the end of any meeting, after all other business is conducted, under a proposal suggested Wednesday by Commission Chairman Herb Frady.
Frady noted that some of the citizens recently have become “boisterous” during public comments at the beginning of the meeting. Since there are sometimes Boy Scouts and other youths in the audience at the time, it’s not a good atmosphere, he said. Read More»