Denver City Council will revert to online meetings amid protests, pandemic

The Denver Post: Denver City Council will revert back to virtual meetings after recent protests broke out in and around the City and County Building — and it’s unclear when the public will again be able to make comments.

The council shifted to hybrid online and in-person meetings in April as a way of curbing the spread of COVID-19 but by the end of June the entire council was back to meeting in person.

Recently, however, Denver’s George Floyd protests spilled into council chambers and demonstrators seized control of the room, demanding to voice their frustrations and concerns.

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