BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Berkeley City Council returns to virtual-only meetings

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Berkeley City Council announced that meetings will be virtual-only beginning with its regular meeting Tuesday, according to a city council press release.

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JUNE 13, 2022

Berkeley City Council announced meetings will return to a virtual-only setting beginning with its regular meeting Tuesday, according to a city council press release.

The press release noted the Agenda and Rules Committee made the decision May 31 to return to virtual meetings for safety and efficiency. Residents have only been able to participate in hybrid meetings in-person since May 10, according to another city council press release published May 5.

However, the latest press release added that residents can still participate in meetings virtually by phone or Zoom.

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JUNE 13, 2022


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