[Vision2020] report: free speech in Moscow
Tue, 28 Jan 2003 10:14:40 -0800
On 28 Jan 2003 at 9:40, Bill London wrote:
> I hope everyone can open the attachment here.
> This attached memo is a report from Moscow City Attorney Randy Fife
> about his reasoning for not allowing Mike Curley (member of P&Z
> commission) to speak to the city council on a P&Z issue.
> This rationale will be part of the hearing 7pm Wed. at the council
Thanks for forwarding the memo, and thanks to City Supervisor
Riedner and City Attorney Fife for sharing the information.
Just to be clear: the joint meeting of Council and P&Z on Wednesday
is not a "hearing" (which implies testimony from witnesses--i.e., the
public). This is session for the two bodies to discuss their annual goals,
and no public comment/testimony period is scheduled. See the agenda
Joint Meeting of the Moscow City Council and
Moscow Planning and Zoning Commission
Wednesday, January 29, 2003
Council Chambers, Moscow City Hall 206
E. Third Street
1. Welcome and Introductions - Mayor Comstock
2. Quasi-Judicial Presentation - Randy Fife
Current Procedures Related to Public Hearings
3. Last Year's Goals; This Year's Goals & Priorities - Mayor
4. Commercial and Industrial Zoning Discussion - Mayor
5. Other Topics
NOTE: Individuals who require special assistance to accommodate
hearing, or other impairments, please contact the City Clerk, at (208)
883-7015, as soon as possible so that arrangements may be made.
Moscow City Clerk