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Thursday, July 7, 2022 - 6:30 P.M. BUSINESS MEETING

Held via teleconference due to Covid - 19 Requirements

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Presentation: Clifford Chan, General Manager of the East Bay Municipal Utilities District will tell us what the utility learned from the experience of dealing with Covid and will also give us an overview about restrictions on water use in the current drought.

Pursuant to Executive Orders N­25­20 and N­39­20, teleconference restrictions of the Brown Act were suspended, as was the requirement to provide a physical location for members of the public to participate in the meeting. Assembly Bill 361 (AB 361, Rivas) (Stats. 2021, ch. 165) amending Government Code § 54953 and providing alternative teleconferencing requirements to conduct public meetings during a proclaimed state of emergency was signed into law by the Governor on September 16, 2021. Members of the public will be able to participate directly through the teleconference platform noted above. Public comments may also be submitted via email to: gjpokorn@lmi.net. Email must contain in the subject line either “Mayors Conference/City Selection Committee 9/3/2020 - Public Comments ­Not on the Agenda” OR “Mayors Conference/City Selection Committee 9/3/2020 Public Comments ­Agenda Item #___. Each public comment must include the commenter’s name and city of residence, followed by the comments, as well as the organization represented, if appropriate. The Mayors Conference cannot guarantee that its network and/or the site will be uninterrupted.