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Although there are no specific rules which apply to every one of these matters, the Chair will generally make the preferred process known within the meeting.
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Matters other than Legislative and Quasi-Judicial may include:
These matters are generally related either to doing the everyday business of the governing body or receiving information which may lead to further action by the governing body.
Anyone permitted to participate by the Chair can participate during the meeting.