Remote Meeting of the Borough of Bay Head Council – Meeting Date of October 5, 2020 at 7:00 pm
In response to the State of Emergency regarding COVID-19, the Borough of Bay Head Council Meeting scheduled for 7:00 pm on October 5, 2020 will be held via “Conference Call.” The Borough Hall Meeting Room / Council Chambers will be closed to the public. The meeting is open and can be joined by utilizing the access information below. The public will be permitted to participate in the meeting only during the public portions of the meeting.
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- During the non-public portion of the meeting, we ask that all public participants turn off their computer cameras and mute their speakers.
- For those that are dialing in using your phone, we ask that you also mute your phone during the non-public portion of the meeting.
- There are three public comment sessions (approval of resolutions, adoption of ordinances, and public discussion) scheduled as part of this meeting. At the appropriate time, the Mayor will open the floor to public comment. If a member of the public wishes to comment they must unmute their device and state their name. There is also an executive session scheduled for the meeting. The public will not be able to participate in that portion of the meeting. The meeting will temporarily conclude at that time and a specific time will be provided for the public to rejoin the meeting. There may be action taking by the governing body after the conclusion of the executive session.
- The Mayor will recognize each person separately and relinquish the floor. Once the floor is relinquished, the person who wishes to comment must once again state their name and provide their address for the record. This procedure will repeat itself until all comments are heard. The Mayor will then close the floor to public comment.