Monday’s City Council meeting is back to virtual-only

The upcoming regular meeting of the City Council of the City of West Hollywood will take place on Monday, December 6, 2021 at 6 p.m. as a teleconference meeting out of an abundance of caution due to a rise in COVID-19 cases and the emergence of the omicron variant.

Details about this meeting, including a link to the agenda packet and viewing information, will be 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 at www.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 should visit www.weho.org/wehotv, scroll down to the December 6, 2021 City Council Agenda, click “E-Comment”, and select the agenda items that they wish to provide E-Comments.

· To participate by phone: Members of the public are encouraged to email Melissa Crowder, City of West Hollywood City Clerk, at mcrowder@weho.org 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 typically limited to two minutes per speaker, unless otherwise indicated by the Mayor or City Clerk.

The City of West Hollywood remains in a declared local emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. West Hollywood City Hall is open for in-person transactions by appointment. Visitors to City Hall and City facilities are required to adhere to vaccine verification requirements. Click here for details. To make an appointment, visit www.weho.org/appointments. City Hall services remain accessible by phone at (323) 848-6400 and via the City’s website at www.weho.org. City of West Hollywood coronavirus information is available at www.weho.org/coronavirus. For people who are Deaf or hard of hearing, please call TTY (323) 848-6496.

For up-to-date news and events, follow the City of West Hollywood on social media @WeHoCity, sign up for news updates at www.weho.org/email, and visit the City’s calendar of meetings and events at www.weho.org/calendar.

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voter
voter
1 month ago

When you are always trying to be politically correct and court potential voters, your actions will end up not making much sense to reasonable people.

#havenhustweho
#havenhustweho
1 month ago

People are boozing, dining out in bars and restaurants surrounding the city council chambers. But the dreary collection of political hacks running West Hollywood dramatize their importance by isolating themselves from the Chinese Communist Party Plague, zooming in to vote and comment on the latest Woke concerns such as the rights of the Furry Culture living in West Hollywood.  Unfortunately, more Furry folks are living in West Hollywood than Trannies. Yet our Furry neighbors are ignored by the SHE – Shyne, Horvath, and Erika Erickson.  The major disappointment of not having a live council meeting is wondering what color nail… Read more »

Manny
Manny
1 month ago

“an abundance of caution”…..(?)……But oversized OutZones squeezing hundreds of people through narrowed sidewalks is ok…..Alright.

WehoFan
WehoFan
1 month ago

These are not leaders.

Are we invisible?
Are we invisible?
1 month ago

The city officials have a responsibility to their constituents, that presumably is why they were elected and not by displaying bright shiny objects to lure the public into supporting future assention to their promised endeavors. One’s deeds should speak for them not inauthentic political grandstanding.

PUBLIC SERVICE IS NOT SELF SERVICE

JF1
JF1
1 month ago

preach.

Tom
Tom
1 month ago

So, let me get this straight. We can make one on one appointments at City Hall, dine in a restaurant, or enter a shop as long as we are masked and can show proper vaccinations, but we can’t attend a city council meeting where we wouldn’t be within 6 feet of the council people in a sparsely attended meeting? Well, then..

Steve Martin
Steve Martin
1 month ago
Reply to  Tom

As you know it is very important that Boys Town be packed like Spring Break every weekend so that our bars and restaurants can generate the revenue to pay the salaries at City Hall. At the one Council meeting were the public was permitted, only thirty people were allowed inside the sacred hall but no social distancing was required. This is about what is convenient for staff, not what makes the Council more accessible to the public. It is very frustrating.

Are we invisible?
Are we invisible?
1 month ago

Protecting themselves from their constituents? Out of sight, out of mind.

JF1
JF1
1 month ago

🙄

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