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When it’s your turn to talk to the Daytona Beach Community College Board of Trustees, you’ll have less time to make your point.
When the board meets Thursday, public comments will be restricted to three minutes. During a workshop last month, the board informally agreed to cut back to three minutes from five.
And though it’s not spelled out in the procedure manual, Executive Vice President Rand Spiwak said people who propose to comment on issues not on the board’s agenda will be encouraged to contact the college president or board chairman in writing... Download file "5"