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City of Fresno introduces eComment for meeting participation


FRESNO, CA – The City of Fresno has added eComment to its website, a new feature that provides residents with an additional opportunity for participation in local government when they cannot attend a City Council meeting in person. Using eComment allows any person anywhere to leave a comment on an agenda item via the internet.

To leave a comment users can click on “eComment” on the Fresno City Council’s agenda page, https://fresno.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx, select the current agenda, then select the item they wish to comment on and submit your written comment.

eComment begins at 5:00 p.m. on the Friday prior to the Thursday Council meeting and closes at noon on the Wednesday prior to the Thursday meeting. Comments are exported into a report and distributed to the Mayor, City Council, City Attorney, City Manager and Department Directors.

eComment is also a valuable tool for staff. Significant staff time savings can be realized by encouraging constituents to post their comments using eComment as opposed to sending emails or leaving phone messages. Having a central repository for comments ensures that the City Council and City staff is in compliance with the Brown Act by having a transparent, predictable process for managing public comment.


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