The Denver Gazette: Though the Denver City Council intended to return to in-person meetings next week, that plan has been postponed due to the need for further testing of new technological equipment.
The City Council announced the delay Monday, pushing the in-person start date from June 21 to an unspecified date in early July. The council’s meeting with Mayor Michael Hancock on Tuesday will be the only in-person meeting this week.
“After a first test of new equipment in Council Chambers today, we are postponing the return of in-person meetings,” the announcement read. “While all the equipment is installed and working, there is a lot of adjustment and fine-tuning that needs to be done.”
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