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The City of Miramar Florida

COMMISSION MEETINGS

Mayor Moseley Commissioner Davis 3Commissioner Barnes Commissioner Colbourne Commissioner Messam
Calendar & Agenda

VideoAll Commission Meetings are open to the public. No final legislative action can be taken except in an open official meeting. The Commission shall meet regularly at least twice a month on the first and third Wednesday of each month. If a regular meeting date falls on a legal holiday, the meeting shall be rescheduled by the Commission. Prior to the meeting, copies of all legislation are placed in the room in which the meeting will take place. Watch meetings online with Streaming Video

CalendarCommission meetings are the first & third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m.
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Commission Meeting Archives

 

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2014 Commission Meetings & Submission Deadlines Schedule

FY14 Budget Public Hearing

FY14 2nd Budget Public Hearing

Frequently Asked Questions
bullet What is the City Commission?
The City Commission is comprised of four members and the Mayor selected by the residents of Miramar to serve as the City's governing body. It is responsible for adopting policies of the City, passing ordinances, adopting resolutions and approving budgets. A City Manager is appointed by the City Commission to serve as the administrative head of the municipal government and provides recommendations to the City Commission on policy issues.
bulletWhat is a City Commission meeting?

The City Commission meeting is a formal meeting of the members of the commission to transact City business. This business is conducted in a manner prescribed by resolution, laws and regulations which require certain formal actions and the following of specific procedures.

bullet What is the Agenda?
The AGENDA is a printed document that lists the order of business for the Commission meeting. The City Commission may consider and act upon such other business as may come before it. In the event an agenda must be revised, such revised copies will be available to the public at the City Commission meeting.
bullet What is an Ordinance?
An Ordinance is an official legislative action of the City Commission. It is a rule or law that is permanent in nature and enforceable. An Ordinance requires two different meetings and normally takes effect immediately after final adoption at second reading. They are numbered sequentially each year by the City Clerk’s Office after each regular or special Commission Meeting.
bullet What is a Resolution?
A Resolution is an expression of the City Commission concerning matters of administration, an expression of a temporary character, or a provision for the disposition of a particular item of the administrative business of the Commission. A Resolution is used to declare general policy, give formalized direction to staff, or approve administrative actions. A Resolution is numbered sequentially for each year by the City Clerk’s Office after each regular or special Commission Meeting.
bullet What is the Annotated Agenda?
The Annotated Agenda is a printed document that summarizes the actions taken by the City Commission. This document is provided the day after a Commission Meeting.
bullet How can you make comments about a particular agenda item?
The public is encouraged to contact the Mayor or any City Commissioner prior to a Commission meeting to express their views on items appearing on the Agenda.
bullet No electronic devices are allowed
All beepers, cell phones and other electronic devices must be turned off prior to entering the Commission Chambers.
bullet Rules & procedures for public participation:
GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION AT CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS:
bullet Who May Speak?
Any individual who wishes to address the City Commission may do so providing it is accomplished
in an orderly manner and in accordance with the procedures outlined below.
bullet 1. Speaking on items on the Agenda
Individuals wishing to speak on matters that appear on the Agenda need only to raise their hand to be recognized by the Mayor. Discussion at Special Meetings is limited to the items referred to on the Agenda for such Special Meetings.
bullet 2. Other Business Items
These are items placed on the Agenda by the Mayor or a Commissioner and either are requests for the preparation of future legislation or are requests for possible direction to the Administration.
bullet 3. Speaking on items not on the Agenda - Public Participation
Any individual may speak on any subject pertinent to the City at the second regularly scheduled meeting of each month. Individuals must sign in with the City Clerk prior to the meeting. The Mayor will recognize those persons who signed in, under the agenda item "Public Participation."
bullet 4. Addressing Commission, Manner & Time
Public discussion during all items is limited to three minutes maximum per person, however, the Mayor at his/her discretion may allow more time. Each person who addresses the Commission shall step up to the speaker's podium and shall give his/her name and address
bullet Auxiliary Aid
Any person requiring auxiliary aids and services at this meeting may call the City Clerk’s Office at 954-602-3011 at least two calendar days prior to the meeting.
bullet Hearing or Speech impaired?
If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Florida Relay Service by using the following numbers: 1-800-955-8770 (voice) or 1-800-955-8771 (TDD).
bullet Can you appeal any decision made by the City Commission?
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he/she will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose may need to insure that a verbatim recording of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

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