What is Feedback?

Feedback refers to information or responses provided by an individual, group or system about their performance, behavior, or actions. In the context of city council meetings, members of the public may offer feedback on various issues affecting the community, including proposed policies, development projects, and budget allocations. This feedback helps council members gauge public sentiment and make informed decisions that align well with the community’s interests.

Beyond public input, city council members may also seek feedback from specific stakeholders, such as local businesses, community organizations, or advocacy groups. Engaging with these stakeholders allows council members to gather diverse perspectives and address any concerns or interests relevant to proposed initiatives or decisions.

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