Westword (Denver): With meeting in public becoming increasingly risky, members of Denver City Council are looking into whether the city charter allows them to meet virtually.
“We are trying to explore every possible option and vetting what we can do logistically, technologically and legally,” says Jolon Clark, council president.
On March 16, only nine members of council were present at the meeting. Nine was enough to establish a quorum, however; a minimum of seven members are needed to be present for a meeting to happen.
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