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Public Input for Virtual meetings

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The city manager would like to remind everyone that residents are able to provide public input during live, virtual city meetings.

In order to sign up to provide live input, residents will need to fill out and submit this form online by noon on the day of the meeting. Residents must call into the meeting using the telephone number which they have provided on this form so that they can be identified during the meeting. The number will not be visually displayed on broadcast or streaming.

This form will only need to filled out once and will be in effect for all subsequent meetings.

Other Methods for Public Input:
Those wishing to share comments with the City Council (Public Hearing and/or Workshop settings) are encouraged to do so by the following methods:

  • Mail: City Clerk/Public Input, 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867 (must be received at least three full days prior to the anticipated meeting date)
  • Email PublicInput@rochesternh.net (must be received no later than 4:00 pm of meeting date)
  • Voicemail 603-330-7107 (must be received no later than 12:00 pm on said meeting date in order to be transcribed)

All mail, email, and voicemail communications will be included with the said meeting Council packet as an addendum.

For all other Boards and Commissions, please check with the appropriate department (or view the posted agenda prior to the meeting) for that Board or Commission for the mailing address, email address or voicemail instructions, as it will vary for each.

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