Temecula City Council explores avenues to resume partial in-person meetings in May

The Temecula City Council discusses ways to resume in-person meetings, Tuesday, March 23. The council gave direction to staff to explore whether technological capabilities would allow meetings in which some members can appear at the council chambers and others can speak remotely. Valley News/City of Temecula photo
The Temecula City Council gave direction to city staff Tuesday, March 23, to explore ways to resume in-person council, board and commission meetings while still continuing to allow members and residents to participate remotely.After a lengthy discussion, the council instructed staff to aim for a re-start of in-person meetings in the first week in May, but the consensus was that no firm decision would be made until staff could determine whether technological capabilities would allow hybrid virtual/in-person meetings to take place smoothly.“We’re on a basically all or none set up (right now) because there would be a delay between those that are live and those that are remote, and I don’t know what it is, but it fluctuates during the broadcast, so there would be confusion on the
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