Free Speech Still Free . . . For Now

They will be back, probably with a different approach. Mayor Cort says so, ya morons.

“I don’t think stifling the public is the thing to do,” said former Councilman Daniel Miller.

Former Councilman Bob Davis said the purpose of the policy allowing the public to pull consent items “was the right of the public to be informed on every item on the agenda.”

Speaking in favor of the two measures was resident Joy Colangelo, who said that whether residents pull agenda items early in the meeting or wait until the end, “somebody has to wait” because subsequent hearing items on the council agenda are pushed back.

“I guess we’re going back to the drawing board,” Cort said, after council members declined to offer a motion to vote for either item.

Free Speech Still Free . . . For Now