What is legislative action?

Legislative action occurs when a governing body (i.e., Council, Committee or Commission) guides or directs the public by enacting rules and/or regulations. It anticipates lots of public input. It is generally open-ended and broad in its scope and affects a broad class of individuals and a variety of situations.

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1. What is legislative action?
2. What rules apply to legislative hearings?
3. Who can participate during the meeting?