Got something to tell the Havasu City Council? Keep it under three minutes
The Lake Havasu City Council is seeking to shorten the amount of time its citizens may address it.
The council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday and one of the proposed ordinance changes, No. 19-1214, Chapter 2.04.500, states that “Members of the public addressing the council shall step up to the microphone, give his or her name in an audible tone of voice for the record and, unless further time is granted by the council, shall limit his or her address to the council to three (3) minutes.”
Currently, members of the public have five minutes to address council on an issue in its jurisdiction.
Other items on the agenda include the proposed approval of a $1.1 million bid from Cholla Pavement Maintenance, Inc. for chip sealing. It was the lowest among Cactus Asphalt ($1.28 million) and VSS International ($1.21 million).
Another item will seek approval to submit a grant application to the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for traffic enforcement and enforcement equipment.
Council will meet at the city Police Facility at 2360 McCullough Boulevard North.