Loveland Reporter-Herald: “Divisive” public comment at Loveland City Council meetings is taking up too much valuable public time, according to a group of concerned local business owners and citizens.
On Tuesday, the group announced an online letter signing campaign to urge council to limit general public comment session to once per month.
“A group of Loveland business and community leaders is launching an initiative today called ‘Back to Business Loveland,’” a media release reads in part. “Sharing their frustration with ongoing distraction and drama at Loveland City Council meetings, the group proposes a straightforward structural change for the meetings.”
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