All Selectmen Meetings are open by law to the public for observation. In general, the public has no right to speak at an ordinary Selectmen’s Meeting unless there is a specific “Public Participation” on the agenda (see RSA 91-A:2).
Please be respectful to the following Rules of Order:
- The Selectmen have the option to limit public participation to only the formal “Public Participation” item designated on the Agenda.
- When you wish to speak, address only the Chairperson and wait for the Chairperson to acknowledge you. Do not address any other individual in attendance.
- All comments and questions must be addressed to the Chairperson
- The Board will not entertain public comments about specific individuals unless the Chairperson deems it appropriate.
- The Chairperson has the right to set a time limit for comments. Be concise.
- Comments must be courteous. Personal remarks or accusatory comments are always out of order. Profanity, disorderly language or gestures at meetings are prohibited.
Adopted - October 1, 2019