Greensboro Metropolis Council plans to partially reopen the periods. A restricted variety of the general public will be capable of attend in individual from July 13th. | Native authorities
GREENSBORO – The city will allow a limited number of the public to attend the council meetings in person from July 13th.
Until then, meetings and working sessions will continue according to the hybrid model, where staff and council members can meet in person and the public can watch from a distance. The public has not been able to attend meetings in person since last spring when the city switched to a virtual model due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
From July 13, a limited number of people will be admitted specifically for their agenda item, the city said in a press release on Friday. As soon as their agenda item has been discussed or voted on, the citizen must leave the meeting so that other people can attend the meeting in person, the city announced. A mask is required for everyone who takes part in a meeting. The city encourages people to continue to participate virtually.
Anyone wishing to speak on an item on the agenda or to be a speaker at a hybrid meeting must submit a statement or request to speak using the city’s online form. The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. on the day before a meeting. Presentations for the council must be submitted to [email protected] after registering as a speaker.
Greensboro City Council meetings can be followed live on the Greensboro Television Network or on the city’s website.