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Baltimore County Council sessions to be held virtually due to COVID-19

TOWSON, MD—In compliance with the newest guidelines pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic, Councilwoman Cathy Bevins, Chair of the Baltimore County Council, on Monday announced new policies for the council work sessions and legislative sessions.

These sessions will be held as scheduled but, until further notice, the meetings will be held virtually and remotely via WebEx.

The meetings will be convened at their regularly scheduled dates and times – 2 p.m. for work sessions and 6 p.m. for legislative sessions.

The public and press will be able to attend these meetings via their computer, tablet, or smartphone, and will also be able to attend via a call-in number and remote access code.

Links to this information can be found at the Baltimore County Council homepage.

The public are encouraged to continue to provide written testimony or comment by email, fax, or traditional mail. Emails may be sent to countycouncil@baltimorecountymd.gov.

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“Holding our meetings via video or phone conferencing will enable the council to fulfill its obligations and keep the government running, while also keeping the public informed and incorporating best practices on social distancing and staying at home in order to keep everyone as safe as possible,” said Councilwoman Bevins.

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