Commission meeting again in person

Public can attend or watch from home
COVINGTON, Ky. – The weekly meetings of the Covington Board of Commissioners will move to a hybrid in-person/virtual format beginning Tuesday night.
That means the public – as well as the Commission itself – will have the option of “attending” the meeting in person or following along on their computer screen, as described below.
The meetings take place at 6 p.m. Tuesdays in the Commission Chambers at 20 W. Pike St.
Anyone who attends in person must wear a mask, sit at least 6 feet from others, and follow other health-safety protocols related COVID-19 pandemic. The crowd size will be limited as well.
Except for one trial week last July, the Commission has been conducting virtual meetings since March 20, 2020, in accordance with state-mandated public health guidelines. Mayor Joe Meyer announced the new format at the last Commission meeting March 23.
Tuesday night’s meeting is a caucus meeting, where issues are discussed, and next week’s meeting, on April 13, is a legislative meeting, during which formal votes are taken. Public comments are welcome at legislative meetings, but you must sign up before the start of the meeting.
To follow at home:
The Covington Board of Commissioners meeting can be watched live on:
·      Fioptics channel 815.
·      Spectrum channel 203.
·      The Telecommunications Board of Northern Kentucky (TBNK) website,
·      The TBNK Facebook page @TBNKonline.
·      And the TBNK Roku channels. 
To see archived videos of previous meetings, click HERE.
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