Public Comment on Non-Agendized Items

At our Tuesday board meeting, a constituent made a good suggestion. He requested that we place "Public Comment on Non-Agendized Items" at the beginning of the open session agenda instead of the very end. In order for people to make comments, they need to observe our entire open session meeting. The result is that people must wait two or three hours.

Marin County Board of Supervisors and San Rafael City Schools Board of Trustees places "Public Comment on Non-Agendized Items" at the beginning of their open sessions.