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    Next City Council Meeting Will Be Via ‘Hybrid’ In-Person / Teleconference

    The City of West Hollywood will have a “hybrid” city council meeting accessible both in-person and virtual teleconference at the next regular city council meeting on Monday, October 18, 2021, at 6 p.m.. The City will monitor Los Angeles County’s COVID-19 daily positivity rates and orders from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to make any changes, as appropriate.

    A hybrid meeting means members of the City Council, the City Manager, the City Attorney, and a few key staff members will attend the in-person meeting. Staff presentations and related participation will take place via the virtual teleconference.

    The City of West Hollywood originally added a special hybrid city council meeting – with limited-capacity in-person attendance at the City’s Council Chambers/Public Meeting Room as well as participation by virtual teleconference format – to its July meeting schedule on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. However, due to the rise in the COVID-19 Delta variant, the West Hollywood stuck to it’s virtual programing during the summer months.

    Community members may participate in viewing the meeting and in providing public comment, as follows:

    In-Person – members of the public will be able to attend City Council meetings in-person at the Council Chambers/Public Meeting Room, limited to approximately 25 percent of the room’s capacity to protect health and safety, and to ensure social distancing. Masks will be required for all attendees throughout the duration of meetings and a temperature check will be required for entry. To accommodate capacity limits, RSVP is required by using the following form: https://wehoforms.seamlessdocs.com/w/citycouncilattendanceform. The meeting will take place at the City’s Council Chambers/Public Meeting Room, located at 625 N. San Vicente Boulevard; validated parking will be available in the adjacent five-story West Hollywood Park structure.

    Viewing or Virtual Teleconference – Details about this meeting, including a link to the agenda packet, are posted at www.weho.org/councilagendas. The meeting agenda contains information about how to view the meeting, how to provide written correspondence or e-comments, and how to provide public comment by phone.

    All community members may view City Council meetings by livestream by visiting the City’s website atwww.weho.org/wehotv. City Council meetings are also livestreamed as a courtesy on the City’s YouTube channel; on streaming services such as AndroidTV, AppleTV, FireTV, and Roku; and through broadcast on Spectrum Channel 10 in the City of West Hollywood.

    Members of the public wishing to provide public comment on City Council meeting agenda items are encouraged to do so in the following ways:

    • To participate by providing an e-Comment: Members of the public who wish to comment on matters before the City Council are strongly encouraged to submit an e-Comment using an online form at www.weho.org/councilagendas. e-Comments received by 2 p.m. of the day of each meeting will be forwarded to the City Council and posted on the City’s website as part of the official meeting record.
    • To participate by phone: Members of the public are encouraged to email Melissa Crowder, City of West Hollywood City Clerk, at [email protected] in advance of the City Council meeting to which you wish to be added to the public speaker list. Please include your name, the phone number from which you will be calling, and which item you would like to speak on. Dial-in instructions for each meeting will be provided in the Council Agenda for that meeting, posted at www.weho.org/councilagendas. Comments from members of the public are limited to two minutes per speaker.
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