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Providing for citizen input at local governmental board meetings, whether the officials are elected or appointed, requires skills, including knowledge of meeting laws, effective management, and good communication.
Berner discusses whether or not local governments want citizens to participate during budget hearings, and if they do, what do they do to encourage participation. She also examines a recent survey of 167 municipalities and 56 counties or citizen involvement during budgeting.