Re: Union County Board of County Commissioners Meeting Schedule Amendments
In light of the public health emergency caused by Coronavirus, and the subsequent issuance of the Governor’s Executive Order 107, The Union County Board of County Commissioners (the Board), effective April 2, 2020 and until further notice, will conduct all future meetings remotely and by electronic means without providing a physical meeting place.
Additionally, while the Board will continue to meet on their regularly scheduled meeting dates, please note the time for the Agenda Setting Sessions has been changed to a new commencement time of 5:00pm. The Regular Meeting will continue to commence as soon as possible after the Agenda Setting Session.
In accordance with N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 (the “Open Public Meetings Act”) and in adherence to the Department of Community Affairs, Division of Local Government Services (DLGS) guidelines, the Agenda Setting Session and the Regular Meeting will be open to the public by electronic means, and as such, members of the public may view the meeting by livestream on the County’s Facebook page.
Any member of the public wishing to participate in the meeting, can do so by emailing comments relative to resolutions being offered for adoption and/or on any governmental issue that a member of the public feels may be of concern to the residents of the county to the Clerk of the Board at email@example.com.
Agendas will be posted for the public’s viewing on the County’s official website at: https://ucnj.org/commissioners/agendas-minutes-and-videos/.
All relevant comments received will be read into the record during each Regular Meeting’s Public Comment Portion, prior to the Board’s consideration of resolutions for adoption, and will be addressed accordingly by the Board.
All emails must be submitted and received by the Clerk of the Board no later than noon of the corresponding Regular Meeting date and, as is always the case, must include the public member’s full name and town of residence and resolution number to which comments are being referred for the record.