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|2020-06-27Jun 27, 2020
The City Council scheduled two special meetings to determine the community process to address concerns regarding police policies and racism. The agendas and videos of the zoom meetings held on June 23 and June 30 are on the City’s website on the “Meetings” page. Announcing the meetings, Mayor Patrick Slayter said, “We realize that all of the public’s concerns and all of the issues cannot be addressed in just one or two meetings. These are the beginning of what we see as an ongoing collaborative process
|2020-05-31May 31, 2020
Working with City Staff, he’s created a door hanger summarizing key information. It will be hand-delivered to each residential address in town, importantly saving the cost of postage when the City’s revenue is in freefall. The door hanger includes a “sticky note” explaining how it was delivered. Our Senior Center will deliver the first 150 to every meal recipient in their programs.City Staff is available to help local business implement curbside pick-up service for their customers. Interested businesses—retail and restaurant — can call or email the Planning Department for details.
|2020-05-22May 22, 2020
|2020-04-22Apr 22, 2020
The City’s website features a new COVID-19 Resource and Information Section: https://ci.sebastopol.ca.us/Article/Novel-Coronavirus-(COVID-19)-Resource-Page . The website also offers support for people who have or think they may have COVID-19, and for those confined at home who need help with shopping or other tasks. Soon, if not already, there will be a list of stores that offer shopping hours for seniors, at-risk customers, and first responders. Links will direct Spanish-speakers to the appropriate SoCoEmergency pages.
|2020-02-28Feb 28, 2020
On January 7, 2020 the City Council approved the creation of a Climate Action Sub-Committee. The new Climate Action Sub-Committee will include a cross-section of community members representing all sectors, working together to make recommendations to the Council on specific future actions to address the climate crisis. This initial group will write a work plan for a later, more formal “standing” Sub-Committee.
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