UPDATE: Are the council meetings turning into a game show?

UPDATE: City Councilor Stehly is proposing a cell phone ban at the council meeting. She is likely basing it on the Rapid City ordinance. She will do a presentation on the proposal at the Tuesday Informational.


#1 "'Extremely' Stable Genius" on 06.13.19 at 9:40 pm

There is presecedence for this, you know…. “I would like to try, ‘Find Another Hotel Developer’ for $600.00″… Or, how about, “I would like to call a friend for the following question: ‘Which of the following is truly not a part of the others: Lamont, Legacy, Hultgren, or Boomerang?'”



#2 "'Extremely' Stable Genius" on 06.13.19 at 9:43 pm

“presecedence?” That’s how a nervous politician would answer a question….. Or maybe spell it…. 😉

#3 D@ily Spin on 06.13.19 at 10:24 pm

If it’s Public Comment you must answer in the form of a question knowing it will not be answered. If you’re not an insider, all 3 curtains are a Zonk. Instead of Erickson turning letters, how about Scarlett Johansson?

#4 anominous on 06.14.19 at 8:33 am

someone plz tell neal tapio he can quit drive-by stalking the 200 block since shantel dont have her shop there no more.

#5 I'll see you at the Levitt on 06.14.19 at 3:06 pm

Neal is probably looking for where Paul gets those sneakers.

#6 Ready for mature council members on 06.14.19 at 6:58 pm

It is about time this was addressed! The obvious texting we (the public) have observed during council meetings is so immature and disrespectful to the public.

Even in high school and college classes student phones are not allowed as students are expected to focus on the info being presented and discussed.

Just another obvious display of far less maturity on the council than in the school system.

#7 anonymous on 06.14.19 at 8:48 pm

Good. I hope she can get it passed.

I think those councilors who vote against it will look very foolish.

#8 Text Savy on 06.15.19 at 4:40 pm

I heard being a “SugarDaddy” requires constant communication and placating, however.

#9 Ready for mature council members on 06.16.19 at 3:59 pm

Electronic communication is actually a violation of our public input limitations legislation. All communication whether, electronic or verbally spoken needs to be treated the same……….same limitations and transparency!!!!!!!!!!

#10 Greg Theme? on 06.17.19 at 8:41 am

This seems to fit Greg’s work on the council? https://youtu.be/fy1iOmqH27Y?t=10

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