Saratoga Springs Mayor Ron Kim has reversed his plan to change the starting time for City Council meetings and when the public comment period is held. This notice is from the city’s website posted at 1:39 on March 3, 2023 (The agenda on the city website still wrongly has the 5:00 PM starting time):
Posted on: March 3, 2023
City Council Meetings to Return to Usual Start, With Public Comment at Beginning
Mayor Ron Kim announced today that meetings of the Saratoga Springs City Council will return to their usual start time of 7:00 PM, with public comment at the beginning, starting March 7, 2023.
“I conferred with all members of City Council prior to announcing that the start time and order of meetings would be changed to allow for longer public comment, and all four Commissioners agreed to the change. Having received feedback from the community, I’ve ultimately decided the public will be better served with meetings starting at 7 PM, and public comment being held at the beginning of the meeting.”
2 thoughts on “Mayor Kim Reverses Course: City Council Meetings Resume Original Schedule”
Perhaps, just perhaps getting feedback from the public – you know those people you are supposed to represent – before proposing a change would be a good idea. Just a thought.
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Not when you’re the smartest lawyer in Saratoga; wait I forgot that’s Jim Montagnino.
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