From The Orange County Register:

“Let’s say I want to address a specific agenda item that affects my property — maybe a road development project. Under the rules, I may speak at the beginning of the meeting,” Steven Greenhut wrote in an opinion column for the Register. “Two hours or so later, when that specific item is up for debate, I must be silent. By then, it’s unlikely that my earlier words, mixed in with every manner of other public statement, will have any effect.”

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