Englewood City Council discusses in-person versus virtual attendance for city meetings

Centennial Citizen: While most members of the Englewood City Council expressed a preference for in-person attendance to city meetings during a June 20 discussion, Councilmember Cheryl Wink — who has faced scrutiny for her attendance record through an ongoing recall effort — defended virtual attendance. 

Councilmember Rita Russell raised the topic during the June 20 city council meeting, sharing her desire for in-person attendance rather than virtual or hybrid, which means the option for virtual or in-person attendance. 

“COVID-19 is over and we need to get back to in-person meetings. I think all boards and commission meetings need to be in person. I think we need to move forward with that soon,” Russell said.

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