AGENDA OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Regular City Council Meeting
April 1, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. -- POSTPONED
Until April 8, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
109 Maddox Avenue
NOTE 1: We will be using the same agenda for the 8th, so we will not be updating it. Also, we will attempt the same format / procedures as defined in the "Attention" section below. Thank you.
NOTE 2: We will accept written commentary for the Council Meeting until 5 pm on April 7th. Please use the contact link below to submit your comments, or drop off your comments at City Hall. Thank you.
Attention: Due to the current health requirements, we're making multiple modifications to the April 1st, 2020 City Council Meeting.
First, ALL public commentary needs to be submitted to the City in writing by 5PM on March 31st, to be put into the record. The City will not accept spoken commentary at the meeting due to health concerns. Commentary may be sent to our City Recorder, , or through our commentary page: https://www.cityofamityoregon.org/contact
or dropped off through the mail slot at the door of City Hall.
Second, the Mayor had directed Staff and Council to use a remote access capability during the conference. The connection information to that remote access is https.//zoom.us/j/516925988 and the Meeting ID is 516-925-988. This requires those who want to connect to download the app.
Third, the Mayor has directed that all City Staff and the Council to provide their reports (#5 and #6 in the agenda) electronically and to remote access into the meeting. Therefore, there will only be a minimal number of City Personnel at the actual meeting location. The City cannot prohibit members of the public from attending, but we highly encourage people to remote access to the meeting. Those who choose to show will be required to social distance.
Finally, based on the success of this meeting, the City will likely move to this format for all City meetings (Planning Commission, City Council, etc) for the duration of the Governor's Executive Order.
Bottom Line: The City of Amity still needs to conduct City business, but we also want everyone in the community to adhere to the guidance - "Stay Home. Save Lives."