There are limits when speaking at meetings

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By Reed Anfinson

Publisher
Swift County Monitor-News

At the start of the meeting of public bodies there is generally a time set aside for citizen comments. It is a chance for citizens of a city, the county, or a school district, to address elected representatives about their concerns.

Citizens can address a wide variety of topics during this time with elected officials either  providing them answers or directing them to staff who can give them the information they seek.

A regular in recent months to speak up at meetings of the Swift County Board of Commissioners and the District 777 Board of Education has been Marysland Township resident Mark Hughes. He even has shown up at Benson City Council meetings, though he is not a resident of the city...

 

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