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Say what and when? It varies by city council, school board—Cleveland Jewish News

The Cleveland Jewish News asked lawyers and city council members about public comments and what public entities can decide.

J. Michael Murray, managing partner at Berkman Gordan Murray & DeVan in Cleveland, and Peter Pattakos, civil rights attorney at Pattakos Law Firm LLC in Fairlawn spoke to the CJN, while Alec Isaacson, Beachwood City Council president, Nancy Meany, vice mayor for the city of Solon, and Michele Weiss, vice mayor for the city of University Heights, wrote to the CJN about the regulations and rules that each of their city council’s follow regarding public comments.


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