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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.
Moscow City Code 4-10-6 (PDF) controls conduct of legislative hearings. Public input can be obtained in a variety of ways, both before and during a public meeting as long as the final decision related to the legislative action occurs in a public meeting.
Anyone recognized by the Chair can participate. You may wish to review the Public Meetings Handbook (PDF) (PDF) for more detailed information about how the public meeting is conducted.