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See below for comment instructions
City Council — the “face” of Bethlehem City government — meets tomorrow night, Tuesday, March 2, Public Safety Committee at 5:30 and regular Council meeting at 7PM.
You can watch the City Council meetings on the following YouTube channel: City of Bethlehem Council
5:30PM: Public Safety Committee
- Police department reorganization
7PM: The regularly scheduled Council meeting
- The ordinance regulating student housing is up for 2nd reading.
But there’s always the unexpected.
As long as he has flutter in his wings, Gadfly urges attending City Council.
Be informed. Be involved.
DUE TO THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY, TOWN HALL ACCESS IS CURRENTLY RESTRICTED. IF YOU WANT TO MAKE PUBLIC COMMENT, PLEASE FOLLOW THE PHONE COMMENT INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
PUBLIC COMMENT PHONE INSTRUCTIONS
REMOTE PUBLIC COMMENT PHONE INSTRUCTIONS. If you would like to speak during the City Council meeting, please sign up per the instructions below or call into the meeting when the Council President announces he will take public comment calls.
If you would like to sign up to speak, email the following information to the Bethlehem City Clerk’s office (email@example.com) no later than 2:00 PM on the day of the meeting: (a) name; (b) address; (c) phone number; and (d) topic of comments. If you are signed up to speak, the City Council President will call you from (610) 997-7963.
After all signed-up speakers talk, the Council President will ask whether anyone else would like to make public comments. If you want to speak at that time, call the Bethlehem City Council public comment phone line at (610) 997-7963.
Calls to the public comment phone number will only be accepted during the designated public comment period with a 5 minute time limit.
If you call and the line is busy, please call back when the current speaker is finished.
As soon as your call begins, please turn off all speakers, computer speakers, televisions, or radios.
At the start of your call, please state your name and address.
A five minute time limit will apply to any public comments.