East Lyme Zoning Discourages Public Comment, Citing ‘Political Theater’

Lisa McGowan holds up a packet of texts and emails sent between Zoning Commissioners from the November 2023 election to the re-appointment of chairperson, during a meeting at East Lyme Town Hall on June 6 (CT Examiner)


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EAST LYME — The Zoning Commission voted last week to move public comments to the end of meetings after members accused attendees of turning these periods into “political theater.” 

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