How can a citizen address the City Council?
At regular City Council meetings, there is a time reserved for "Citizens to be Heard". During this portion of the meeting, citizens may address the council not already scheduled for a public hearing. Citizens should state their name and address for the record and are allowed three minutes to speak.

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1. How do I know who my Council Representative is? How can I reach them?
2. How can a citizen address the City Council?
3. What does the City Council do?
4. Is the City Council responsible for GEUS?