Denver City Council proposal would allow hybrid model for in-person, remote meetings

The Denver Gazette: An ordinance making its way through the Denver City Council would allow remote options for participating in council meetings after the meetings revert back to in-person when the COVID-19 pandemic ends.

The ordinance, sponsored by Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer, was approved by the City Council governance committee Tuesday and will now go to the full council for a vote.

If approved, the council will be required to provide the public with the ability to watch and participate in in-person City Council meetings via methods like Zoom.

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