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Resident comment period to be offered at Fargo City Commission meeting

Requests must be submitted by noon Dec. 14

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FARGO — Citizens will have a 30-minute window for virtual comments offered during the Fargo City Commission meeting on Monday, Dec. 14.

Fargo residents who would like to address the Commission either virtually or in-person are required to register at FargoND.gov/VirtualCommission or by calling 701-241-1310.

All requests must be submitted by noon Monday, Dec. 14. No late or in-person signups immediately before or during the meeting will be accepted. City staff will be in contact with residents who signed up to coordinate logistical information for the comment opportunity.

The meeting is slated to run from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Fargo City Hall Commission Chambers, 225 Fourth St. N.

Each commenter will be allowed 2 1/2 minutes to speak. In order to ensure the comment period does not extend beyond the allotted 30 minutes, if more than 12 residents sign up, a random selection will be held to arrive at a total of 12 speakers.

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