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COMMUNITY PARTY OBSERVER GUIDELINES

Note taking: Your unofficial notes need not be in great detail. The Community Party hopes to be made aware of any new issues or developments which may be presented or discussed which might include permits, zoning issues, the Comprehensive Plan, major capital projects, traffic control and environmental issues. In preparation for your particular Board meeting, it is recommended that you review notes from past meetings. The Community Party’s website <https://vlansingcommunityparty.wordpress.com/community-party-citizen-observer-notes/#comment-15&gt; have the unofficial notes from the past meetings. The official notes of that Board as published on the Village of Lansing website at http://www.vlansing.org.
The Trustees Board will meet on the first and third Monday at 7:30. The Planning Board will meet on the second Monday at 7:00 and the last Tuesday at 7:00.
Announce yourself to the Board as a Volunteer Observer during the Open Public Forum at the beginning of the meeting. Ask for an agenda of that meeting. This agenda may serve as an aid in your note-taking. The agenda is also often available about a week before the meeting on the http://www.vlansing.org website. If you are unclear on the issues discussed, ask the appropriate board member to explain and give you the background information. Within 2-3 days of the meeting, please forward your Observer Notes to John O’Neill <johnoneil5@aol.com>.  John’s phone is 607-266-8392.

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This entry was posted on March 30, 2019 by in Uncategorized.

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The Community Party is dedicated to bringing together residents of the Village of Lansing, New York, irrespective of national political affiliation, to maintain a livable place in which to reside and work, to preserve important open spaces, and to provide for orderly, controlled development. Open communication and a thrifty budget are top priorities.
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