The new code allows for residents to ask a direct question of the Council or Mayor and for the same to give a brief response if they desire. The bill also prevents a Mayor from cutting off comments they may deem as irrelevant or repetitive during the speaker's allotted time.
"This is a great victory for the residents of Wildwood," said Taylor who sponsored the legislation. "It is really a new day for Wildwood residents who wish to be allowed to have a more substantial and organic interaction with their government."
"This is a great story for Wildwood as we are leading the way as a city in promoting speech and representative government," Taylor concluded.