Is it ironic to any one else the stated regulations and rules for citizens voicing their desires for law while they are support legislation allowing a non-citizen, charged with a violent crime, to be released under the protection of the Sanctuary of State laws?
Speaking at the Supervisor's Meeting
PERSONS DESIRING TO ADDRESS THE BOARD
CONTROL OF MEETING: The Board Chairperson shall first caution any person at the meeting who is abusive, disruptive, or out of order, and then ask that person to leave if the person will not stop; additionally, the Chair reserves the right to recess the meeting until the person leaves or is escorted out and order is restored.
Matters on the Agenda:
The Board shall allow public comment on items appearing on the agenda when the agenda item is considered by the Board. The Chair may limit the total amount of time for comment on any agenda item and may limit any individual desiring to address the Board to no less than three minutes.
Comments by the public must be relevant to the item on the agenda being considered by the Board.
Matters not on the Agenda:
At regular meetings of the Board, members of the public shall be allowed to address the Board of Supervisors on matters not appearing on the agenda which are of interest to the public and which are within the subject matter jurisdiction the Board. Pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act, the Board shall not take any action or discuss any matter not appearing on the agenda although staff may be asked to briefly respond to or follow up on such items.
The Chair of the Board may limit the total amount of time allocated for public comment; provided, however, the Board will allocate at least fifteen minutes for receiving public comment during any Board meeting. The Chair of the Board may limit any individual desiring to address the Board to no less than three minutes. Time to address the Board will be allocated on the basis of the order in which the requests were received.