Public Meeting Information

VISITORS POLICY

Wooster Township Trustees shall solicit the advice and counsel of citizens in planning and operating the Township and Fire Department.  Our meetings are advertised and open to the public.  Visitors who would like to address the Board are asked to fill out the "Request to Speak" form and give it to a Board Member before the meeting is called to order.  This form will require the following; name, address, phone number and a brief description of the reason for attending the meeting. The Board President will recognize the request during the visitor section of the agenda.

Note:  These are our monthly business meetings and we have a right to put a time limit on our discussions.  If needed, the resident can come to a later meeting to continue discussion on any issue they wish to discuss.  Discussions need to be civil and visitors can be removed from the meeting.    

CHARGES / COMPLAINTS / CHALLENGES

At a public meeting of the Board, no person should orally initiate charges against individual employees of the Township.  Any oral charges concerning employees or employee behavior must first be presented to the Board President in writing, signed by the complainant.  The board president will review and investigate issues and generate a report for the board.  

USE OF AUDIO AND VIDEO DEVICES AT BOARD MEETINGS

Photographic and electronic audio/video devices may be used at regular and special Board meetings legally open to the public as long as the following guidelines are met: 1) devices may be used only when all parties involved have been informed, 2) operations of the devices are not disruptive to those present at the meeting, and 3) the Board has a right to halt any and all recording that interrupts or disturbs the meeting.