Safety Harbor considers resident code of conduct for City Hall
When the debate gets heated, Safety Harbor residents have been known to get unruly at commission meetings, booing and clapping like they're at a hotly contested sports match.
But "heckling and audible outbursts" may be banned as a result of new rules under consideration by the commission. Personal attacks and other disorderly conduct would also warrant removal from City Hall.
"Quite frankly this is just respectable behavior, asking people not to clap and heckle from the audience when we're trying to conduct city business," Mayor Joe Ayoub said Monday.
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