Sec. 2-7-120.   Preserving order.
   Each hearing body shall have the right to preserve order during the hearing and to take such steps, including the ejection of any disorderly or obstreperous persons interfering with the proceedings as may be necessary. The hearing body may, prior to any presentations and as a condition to the taking of testimony or information from any person, require the registration of all persons desiring to be heard during the hearings. It may restrict the testimony of any person to the material uses pending before it and, to prevent duplicate or cumulative presentations, it may impose reasonable time restrictions on any person.
(Prior code 2-9-12)