Public Act 228 of 2020 gives local units of government the ability to conduct public meetings through remote access technology, including conference calling, real-time streaming, or other platforms.
This order will allow local government to meet virtually for the purposes of passing budgets, authorizing emergency spending, and taking other action necessary to conduct essential government business in public meetings without endangering the health and safety of the participants of these meetings.
Please take notice that an electronic Historic Conservation District Commission meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, January 21, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. The meeting is being held remotely due to the COVID-19 emergency.
THE CITY HALL BUILDING IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
Please see the procedures below for public participation.
This meeting can be viewed live on the City You Tube channel and Facebook Page (both are equipped with closed captioning).
Individuals will have two opportunities to participate in the Call to the Audience in real-time during the meeting:
Prior to the virtual meeting, residents can electronically submit comments or questions to the staff liaison, Mary Angel, via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic submissions must contain the individual’s name and address. Submissions received prior to the meeting will be read aloud during the call to the audience.
Similarly, residents can submit a comment on the Facebook Live stream of the meeting. The virtual meeting will be streamed live per usual practice at the City of Grand Haven’s Facebook Page. Staff will be collecting comments and reading them during the Call to the Audience. In order to be considered, individuals must include their name and address. If your comment is submitted after the first Call to the Audience, it will be read aloud towards the end of the meeting during the second and final Call to the Audience.