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Posted on: August 4, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Police Pension Plan and OPEB Trust Fund Advisory Board to Be Held Via Zoom

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Commission of Willistown Township will hold a meeting on Wednesday, August 5, commencing at 9:00 AM, prevailing time. To minimize  public exposure to COVID-19, and maintain social distancing, this meeting will be conducted via Zoom, an online video conferencing service.

The Zoom platform allows participation both by video and telephone. Members of the public may register in advance using the following link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sE2pmtm3QmW3c6Aiua_jJw

After registering you  will receive an email with link to join via personal computer, smart phone or tablet  or instructions on how to call in using a landline phone.

The Township is not liable for any computer security problems that participants may experience. No in-person attendance at the Township Building will be permitted Public comments should be short and concise and limited to general matters of concern and items on the agenda. To submit comments or questions prior to the meeting, email comments@willistown.pa.us  by 6:00 pm EST on Tuesday, August 4, 2020

For those logging in with digital devices, there are two ways to participate when the meeting is opened to public comment and questions; via the Q&A button or audibly using the "raise hand" option. If you choose to use the Q&A option, we may read your question aloud if its deemed appropriate for the discussion at hand. If you want to comment audibly, select the "raise your hand" button. If you are selected to comment, we will state your name and un-mute you so you can speak. Briefly state your name, address, and item of concern, etc.

If you are calling in from a land-line phone, you will not get a Q&A option but can participate audibly. Press *9 to "raise your hand." We will acknowledge your number verbally and then un-mute you. Briefly state your name, address, and item of concern, etc.

For all audible participants, please make sure that you do so in a quiet area, so there are no distracting sounds in the background. Also, we reserve the right to mute/remove any unruly or unintelligible attendees.

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