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Posted on: November 23, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City Council to Hold Final Two Meetings of 2020 Virtually

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Due to concerns related to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 in the community as well as the recent public health order in Wyandotte County placing limitations on gatherings, the final two City Council sessions will be held virtually. The group first held a series of virtual meetings earlier in the spring and the process to contribute and/or participate remain the same.

In order to participate in the 11/23/20 meeting, simply click THIS LINK shortly before 7:00 p.m. At that point, you will enter the GoToMeeting and will be able to follow along with Council discussion, presentation slides, and staff updates. In order for the business meeting to proceed without interruption, all guests will be muted upon entering the meeting. You can also participate in the 11/23/20 meeting by calling the toll-free GoToMeeting line at 1-408-650-3123 and entering access code 843-515-589. Log in details for the December 14 meeting will be released the week before that meeting  is scheduled.

To submit a public comment, send your comments to Assistant City Manager Zack Daniel via e-mail at Make sure to include your name and address for inclusion in the official record.

To access the agenda for the 11/23/20 meeting, click HERE.

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