Hampton restores public comment rules during meetings

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The Hampton city council adopted changes this week to the public comments portion of meetings. The new rules closely resemble a previous way of allowing public comment before changes were made in 2018.

The new public comment rules provide up to three minutes per speaker at the beginning of council meetings where attendees can address any topic, ...

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