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I want to discuss something at a Planning Commission meeting. What do I do?
There are two ways to address the Planning Commission:
  1. You may write a letter explaining your issue and requesting that it be placed on a Planning Commission agenda. You will be given a date to appear before the commission and be guaranteed a chance to discuss your issue.

  2. You may attend a Planning Commission meeting and request time to speak. Depending on how full the agenda is, you may or may not be given the opportunity to discuss your issue at that meeting and may be asked to come back to a later meeting.

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1. Are Planning Commission meetings open to the public?
2. I want to discuss something at a Planning Commission meeting. What do I do?
3. I know one of the Planning Commissioners. When I received a notice about a land use action in my neighborhood, I wanted to ask the commissioner about it, but the commissioner wouldn’t talk to me.