City council regular meeting on tap for March 2

  • Monday, February 22, 2021 2:30pm
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The Mercer Island City Council will hold its next regular video meeting on March 2.

The virtual meeting will be broadcast live on MITV Channel 21 and live streamed on the council’s YouTube Channel. The meeting begins at 5 p.m.

Individuals wishing to speak live during appearances will need to register their request with the city clerk at 206-275-7793 or email the city clerk at and leave a message before 4 p.m. on the day of the meeting. Speakers should reference “Appearances” on their correspondence. Appearances will begin sometime after 6 p.m., and each person will be allowed three minutes to speak. A timer will be visible online to speakers, city councilmembers and meeting participants.

Written comments may be submitted at the Mercer Island Let’s Talk Council Connects page at Written comments received by 3 p.m. on the day of the meeting will be forwarded to all councilmembers and a brief summary of the comments will be included in the minutes of the meeting.

Additional city meetings are as follows:

Feb. 22 – 3 pm – Luther Burbank Docks Sub-Committee

Feb. 23 – 5:30 pm – City Council Executive Session

Feb. 23 – 6:30 pm – Arts Council

Feb. 24 – 6 pm – Design Commission

Feb. 25 – 5:30 pm – Parks & Recreation Commission

March 1 – 7 pm – BMX Course Community Meeting

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