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Open Public Meetings Act / Public Records Act – NOTIFICATION

Pursuant to the Washington State Governor’s Proclamation 20-28, the City will now be undertaking the following:

Open Public Meetings Act / Public Records Act – NOTIFICATION

Pursuant to the Washington State Governor’s Proclamation, the City will be undertaking the following:

 

Open Public Meetings (through the end of the pandemic):

  • In-person City Council meetings are no longer required unless a public hearing is required
  • Web- and/or telephone-based City Council meetings will now be held to the greatest extent possible
  • Audio recordings and minutes of said meetings will continue to be made available upon request and in compliance with the law
  • Public hearings will not take place unless required
  • Any member of the public interested in talking/listening to said meeting must register with the City staff (johng@clydehill.org; 425-439-9651) by the Monday preceding the meeting at 5:00 PM – meeting information will be forwarded to all registered members of the public the following day prior to 5:00 PM
  • Members of the public shall not be allowed to speak, annotate, comment, or share videos during said meeting – to do so will result in immediate expulsion from the meeting – these amended Rules of Order will be stated at the beginning of said meeting
  • Information regarding said Proclamation shall be prominently posted on the main entrances of Clyde Hill City Hall
  • City Council meetings will continue to comply with the OPMA to the greatest extent possible

 

Public Records (through the end of the pandemic):
  • City facilities will not be made available to any person for the copying/inspecting of records
  • City staff are not required to provide an initial response to public records requests within five days unless it is an electronic request
  • City staff will attempt, to the greatest extent possible, to respond to all public records requests in a timely fashion