While the hearings are public (people can attend), the public usually cannot speak. To speak at a hearing, you have to have your testimony approved as "relevant" by the Public Service Board. Many factors make up "relevance." For example, following the links within the docket above, you will see that the first "prefiled testimony" under each name is usually a description of the person's qualifications (resume).
In the most recent video, Cohn and Joe Lynch of Entergy discuss the status of the decommissioning, including the new fuel pad. Worth watching, for some straightforward, low-key explanations. You can see previous videos in the series at the SAFSTOR Matters page of Brattleboro Community TV. (Energy Collective, 2/23/2015)