As a Jew, I have lived my entire life listening to prayers to Jesus at the start (and finish sometimes) to most events and meetings that I attend. I don't pray to Jesus, but my opinion is that the prayers should continue.
I live in a Christian-based country that allows me the freedom of my religion, and I appreciate that - for in many countries around the world, I am not allowed to freely practice my religious beliefs or am vilified.
I hope that the commissioners continue to lead with a prayer that counsels them to
I hope that manger scenes make a comeback at Christmas. Forcing Christians to muzzle their religion because of a few is wrong. Be proud of your belief system, you have never forced it upon me or people of other religions. (Seeing a manger scene or cross at Christmas is not forcing me to do anything).
My advice is that if you don't like prayers to Jesus don't pay attention, or better yet say the prayer that you want to yourself.
To my Christian brothers, do not remain quiet in the face of this assault, for quietism will lead you to the road of defeat.