City of La Porte to resume in-person meetings

 

Like many governments and organizations, the City of La Porte has been conducting virtual meetings during the pandemic. Now that the COVID-19 numbers are easing, Mayor Tom Dermody announced Tuesday that city officials will begin meeting in person again for City Council, Board of Works and other groups.

Meetings will be opened to the public beginning Tuesday, Feb. 16. In accordance with social distancing guidelines, the number of citizens allowed to attend will be restricted. Additionally, all guests will be required to sign in, wear masks and have their temperatures checked.

“Public engagement is an important part of the process,” Dermody said. “While we’ve welcomed residents to participate in our meetings virtually over the last year, nothing beats in-person interaction. We are thrilled to see that the COVID numbers have dropped so we can once again open up these meetings.”

Residents unable to attend the City Council and Board of Works meetings will still be able to catch them live on the city’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. Citizens may also watch these meetings on Local Channel 98 at 8 p.m. on the following Thursday.

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