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February 2nd City Council Meeting to be Held Virtually

Today, city officials announced the February 2nd Hopkinsville City Council Meeting will be held virtually instead of in-person due to Municipal Center employees recently testing positive for coronavirus.  This move is for the well-being of Council members, citizens, and city staff.  The formats of future Council meetings will be determined on a meeting-by-meeting basis. 

 

Any member of the public interested in making comments during virtual City Council meetings are advised to follow the procedure outlined below:

1.    Please call (270) 890-0212 before 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 2nd to leave your name and number to be placed on the Public Comments call list.

2.    City staff will call you at the number provided to make your comments during the Public Comments portion of the Council agenda.

3.    Once you are connected to the meeting, state your name and address for the record before making your comment.  

Those interested in watching City Council and Committee of the Whole meetings may continue to stream them live online for free at hoptown.org/tv.  Both Live Streaming and Video on Demand may be accessed from computers, laptops, or mobile devices (e.g., iPad, smart phone, or tablet).  Viewers may also watch City TV via Facebook Live @CityofHopkinsville or by tuning in to Spectrum Channel 376. 

For additional information or inquiries about the city’s response to COVID-19, please call Healthy-at-Work Coordinator Kenneth Grabara at (270) 890-0264 or Hoptown Hotline at (270) 887-4000.  You may also visit hoptown.org or Facebook or Twitter.  COVID-specific information is available at hoptown.org/covid.