|(a) Persons who attend or participate in a meeting should act in a manner that is respectful of the conduct of public business, and conducive to orderly and polite discourse. (b) All persons shall comply with the chairman's directions concerning the offer of public comment, and conduct and decorum. Before the meeting, any person who wishes to speak should complete a public participation form and deliver it to the chief clerk's representative at the meeting. (c) Persons who have special requests concerning a presentation during a meeting shall make advance arrangements with the chief clerk. A special request includes: (1) the presentation of audio or video recordings; (2) the need to move furniture, appliances, or easels; (3) alternative language interpreters; or (4) auxiliary aids or services, such as interpreters for persons who are deaf or
hearing impaired, readers, large print, or braille. The chief clerk shall consult with the general counsel on such requests.