In order to practice safe social distancing due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the May, 2020 City of Linden Caucus and Council Meetings will be held digitally. In order to participate please register for the meeting by following the links below. Please do so using your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. You will receive an email with a personalized link to the meeting. During the Tuesday Public meeting, comment will be allowed on the Amendment to the 2020 Budget, Ordinance #64-27, and during the public comment session. Once the public comment session begins no new attendees will be allowed in. A revised agenda, and additional material may be posted on Tuesday.
Please read the attachment for a special City Council meeting notice.
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