Orlando City Commission Meeting Virtually
The city of Orlando is hosting its first virtual city council meeting Monday in an effort to help curb the spread of coronavirus.
The Orlando City Council will hold its regular meeting via teleconferencing, allowing council members and staff to maintain social distancing.
The city is allowing written public comment — submitted via email or regular mail. Residents who wish to appear for public comment need to show up to the City Hall Rotunda, where they’ll be looped into the virtual meeting.
Many city and county governments are moving to virtual meetings which is allowed under a recent executive order signed by Governor Ron DeSantis.
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