The Mountlake Terrace City Council will review the public comment policy for meetings, among other items at its April 28 work/study session.
Additional items on Thursday night’s agenda include:
– Review of a resolution establishing Juneteenth as a legal city holiday
– Review of an ordinance amending the municipal code regarding remote attendance
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. via Zoom. If the public would like to listen in via telephone, the number to call is 1-253-215-8782. To watch the meeting over the internet: 1) Go to https://zoom.us/join; 2) Enter meeting ID (816 4653 6958 ) and click “join” (you will be prompted to install the Zoom application if you do not already have it); and 3) Enter passcode (042822).
To submit written public comment beforehand, email your remarks to email@example.com or mail comments to City Hall, 23204 58th Ave. W., Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043. All written public comments must be received by 4:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting to be acknowledged that night. Please reference “Public Comment for (Insert Meeting Date) City Council Meeting” on your correspondence. The City Clerk will read a summary of public comments in the meeting.
To provide verbal comments during the public comments agenda item at the meeting, please use the hand raise tool in Zoom or *9 if participating by telephone (press *6 to unmute).
The complete agenda can be viewed here.
It is way past time to meet back in person! When will this take place?
From a previous city council story, the council “discussed a possible May return to in-person public meetings. More time is currently needed to finish preparing various equipment and staff requirement for holding those meetings inside council chambers at the new Mountlake Terrace City Hall. Councilmembers agreed they were looking forward to having in-person public meetings again and said that targeting a date in May sounded reasonable.”
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