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Town Council Workshop
March 11 @ 6:00 pm
WEAVERVILLE TOWN COUNCIL NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING AND NOTICE OF REMOTE ELECTRONIC MEETING FOR MARCH 11, 2021
The State of North Carolina, Buncombe County and the Town of Weaverville have all declared States of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. Because of the risks to the public that would arise from in-person meetings.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Weaverville Town Council will hold a special called workshop meeting on Thursday, March 11, 2021, at 6 p.m. for the purpose of discussing the topics listed below. The meeting will occur as an electronic audio/video meeting via Zoom Meeting. The instructions to access this public meeting are:
To join the meeting by computer, go to this link
You may be asked for permission to access your computer’s video and audio. If so, click “allow.” You will then be asked for the Meeting ID which is: 859 4889 1960. You will first enter a virtual waiting room. The host will admit you into the meeting close to 6:00 p.m.
To join the meeting by phone, call: (253) 215-8782 or (301)715 8592
You will then be asked for the Meeting ID which is: 859 4889 1960 . There is no password for this meeting, so if asked for one just press the # button.
To listen to an audio recording of the meeting call Town Hall at (828)645-7116. An audio recording of the meeting will be available upon request beginning 24 hours after the meeting and until the minutes of the meeting have been approved by Town Council. To view related materials, please visit the Town’s website at https://www.weavervillenc.org.
At this special called workshop meeting the Mayor and Town Council will discuss the Community Center Project, Reems Creek Greenway Project, FY 2021-2022 budget, US Cellular proposal for a permanent easement, 911 dispatch services, and receive an update on the MS4 Stormwater Compliance Project. Discussion during the meeting will be limited to these topics. Public comments will not be heard. Action by Town Council may be taken.
Allan P. Root, Mayor