N.Y. town ban booing at town meetings
RIVERHEAD, N.Y. – Cheers? Yes. Jeers? Not so much.
Officials in the New York town of Riverhead, in eastern Long Island, have adopted a code of public behavior for town hall meetings that bans booing.
Newsday reported the Riverhead Town Board voted 4-1 to approve the proposal earlier this week. Councilman James Wooten was the lone dissenter.
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