§ 32.59  PUBLIC HEARINGS.
   (A)   Public hearings shall be held on all ordinances and resolutions as required by Indiana Statutes in the manner prescribed by said statute, after due notice required by law. 
   (B)   A motion to conduct a public hearing duly made and passed by Common Council, requires a public hearing on any other resolution or ordinance when such public hearing is not otherwise required by law.
   (C)   A committee chair may call for public comment during consideration of an ordinance or resolution before a committee session of Common Council, any member of Common Council may request a citizen be recognized for the purpose of public comment during such consideration or, prior to a meeting of Common Council, a citizen may request to make a public comment by contacting a member of Council.  Such a request made by a Council member or a citizen, shall not be unreasonably denied.
(Ord. G-18-92, passed 4-25-92; Am. Ord. G-2-12, passed 1-24-12)