The Auburn City Council decided to return to in-person meetings beginning April 6. The Council first went online on March 26, 2020.
The Council meeting will be held in the new Council Chamber in the Public Safety Building at 141 N. Ross St. The building opened in July, but the Council Chamber has not yet been used.
The Council meeting will have limited seating to ensure social distancing. The meeting will also be livestreamed to the City’s YouTube and Facebook accounts.
Meetings for the Board of Zoning Adjustment and the Planning Commission will remain online throughout April since public hearings have already been advertised as online-only. Their meetings will be in-person beginning in May.
No public meetings will be conducted over Zoom after Gov. Kay Ivey’s State of Emergency for COVID-19 expires. The current expiration date is May 7.
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