Friday, September 28, 2012
Neighborhood Boundary Adjustments
The Provo Municipal Council is considering adjusting fifteen neighborhood boundary lines due to geographic reasons or obvious affinity with one neighborhood over another, and is seeking public input. The Council will consider the proposals for approval at the October 16 Council Meeting. You can review the proposed changes on this map and submit comments below or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, September 7, 2012
No Time To Know What's Going On?
Summary of Action
- This is a snapshot view of what happened at the previous meeting.
- You can know the Council's decisions in two minutes or less.
- Summaries of Action should be posted the Wednesday afternoon after the meeting.
- New agendas for regular meetings are posted the Thursday before the meeting.
- Special meetings are alwasy noticed no later than 24 hours before the meeting.
- Don't want to have to check? Subscribe for email notifications at the State's Public Notice Website: http://pmn.utah.gov.
- Minutes are the official record of the meeting and are required to capture the substance of what happened, public comments and the official vote of each action.
- Minutes for the last meeting should be available the Thursday before the next regular Council Meeting.
- All the printed information that the Council has for helping them make decisions, is available to you.
- Documents are organized by topic so you can just read the ones that intererst you.
- Documents are posted the Thursday before the regular Council meeting.
Audio and Video
- You may listen to or view exactly what transpired by accessing audio and video recordings.
- Council meetings are organized by topic, so you can watch just the ones that interest you.
- Council meeting videos are available immediately after the meeting.
- Work session audio recordings are available within a week of the meeting.
Well, you could watch, listen to and read everything!
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