What can I talk about?

Only issues relevant to the Nashua Public Library may be presented, and speakers are expected to conduct themselves with civility and respect. Because the Public Comment Period is an opportunity to address the governing body of the Library, it is best used to speak on larger policy issues, overall concerns or suggestions, and issues that could not be easily resolved by Library staff. Day-to-day issues and questions are better directed to the appropriate library department.

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1. May anyone speak at a meeting of the Nashua Public Library Board of Trustees?
2. When is the Public Comment Period?
3. How long may I speak?
4. What if a lot of people are signed up to speak?
5. May I ask questions of individual Trustees or engage Board members in a dialogue?
6. Might Trustees ask me questions?
7. What can I talk about?