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Coping with COVID: April 6

The Flossmoor Village Board is trying to keep campaign speech out of the boardroom — and virtual boardroom, as the pandemic has recently necessitated once again.

The board voted 5-0 on Dec. 21 to approve an amendment to its Policy Providing Rules for Public Comment and Recording of Meetings. Trustee Diane Williams was absent.

The amendment updates Flossmoor’s 2017 policy for public comment at village meetings in accordance with the Open Meetings Act. In her report to the board, Assistant Village Manager Allison Matson said the amendment was crafted with the start of campaign . . .

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