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City Of Delray Beach Resumes In-Person Meetings

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DELRAY BEACH, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — The City of Delray Beach just announced that it is resuming in-person meetings, effective June 1st. Like all municipalities in the area, Delray Beach moved to “virtual” meetings as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold.

From the City of Delray Beach:

After several months of virtual meetings, the City of Delray Beach plans to fully return to in-person City Commission and Board meetings starting June 1, 2021. Covid-19 screenings at municipal facilities will also be suspended at that time. Members of the public who wish to attend commission or board meetings, or enter any municipal facility, are asked to wear a mask if they have not been fully vaccinated.

“Public meetings are a vital part of our representative government,” Mayor Shelly Petrolia said. “In-person meetings allow for a human connection and clarity of communication with those we represent.”

Meetings are streamed live online at or on YouTube. The City’s pre-recorded public comment phone line will no longer be in use. Members of the public wishing to provide comments during a meeting must do so in person. For more information, please contact the Delray Beach City Clerk’s Office at 561-243-7050.

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