El Cerrito City Hall
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING PUBLIC COMMENTS
FOR CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
HELD VIA TELECONFERENCE
Last Revised 8/4/2020
Please note: Instructions for specific City Council meetings may slightly differ from the instructions below. For meeting specific information, please visit
www.el-cerrito.org/CouncilMeetingMaterialsto review instructions on the specific meeting agenda.Pursuant to Executive OrdersN-25-20and N-29-20, Teleconference Restrictions of the Brown Act Have Been Suspended, as Well as the Requirement to Provide a Physical Location for Members of the Public
to Participate in the Meeting.
Members of the public can watch or listen to City Council meetings
as follows: 1.Cable T.V. Broadcast on KCRT Channel 28 2.Radio Broadcast on FM 88.1 Or 97.73.
Livestream Online at www.el-cerrito.org/CouncilMeetingMaterials.
4.Via WebEx using the meeting specific instructions included in the published meeting agenda available at www.el-cerrito.org/CouncilMeetingMaterials.
Public Comments may be submitted one of two ways:
1.Via WebEx usingthe “Raise Hand” feature to request to speak.Each period of public comment will be announced.
**Please note-If a member of the public can join via phone only, a request to speak may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The request must contain in the subject line
Request to Speak –Agenda Item #and must include a name and the full phone number that will be used to call in.
2.Via email to email@example.com.. Email must contain in the subject linepublic comments –not on the agenda or public comments –agenda item #.
To ensure that the City Council receives your written comments prior to taking action, they must be received no less than three hours before the meeting start time,or by the time posted on the specific meeting agenda.
All written comments received by this deadline will be provided to the City Council and posted online in advance of the meeting.Written comments received after the deadline will be provided to the City Council and included with supplemental materials after the meeting. No written comments will be read into the record.
For more information, please contact the City Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org 510-215-4305.
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El Cerrito is a city in Contra Costa County, California, United States, and forms part of the San Francisco Bay Area. It has a population of 23,549 according to the 2010 census. El Cerrito was founded by refugees from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. It was incorporated in 1917 as a village with 1,500 residents.…