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Two upset People make public comments

The Board of Aldermen had some lively input from the public this July 6th, unfortunately only about 10 to 20% of it was understandable to anyone watching on TV.   What I could understand before I got tired of trying was that the Lady’s name is Jay Cantrell (guess at spelling since she didn’t spell it out) and she is mad at the Raytown Police. She may have been robbed, and may have moved to Blue Springs. Bottom line is that if you stand 2 feet from the microphone and face away from it, no one watching will hear what you say.  The picture shows her during one of the few times she got close to the microphone.

The man’s name is Steve, he is also mad at the police and he is an Apache who may have been in the military.  He also went to the same school of microphone avoidance as the previous speaker.

The point of this slightly snarky post is that if you want to be understood by anyone watching the broadcast (and I imagine 1/2 the people in the room live), talk into the microphone.

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