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Napa County and Coronavirus
Bill Hocker | Apr 3, 2020
George Caloyannidis LTE 4/10/20:
County must reassess its public hearings policy
Governor suspends some Brown Act provisions to allow teleconferencing
The County sent this notice regarding the 3/17/20 BOS meeting:
Public Participation Notice re: 3/17/20 BOS meeting
The meeting will feature the use of Zoom videoconferencing technology to allow remote public participation as will as a limited number of people to attend the actual meeting.
The meeting will deal with the appeal of the Bremer Winery "recognize and allow" use permit modifications approved by the Planning Commission on 10/16/19.
More on the Bremer Winery Saga here.
Bay Area Counties, NOW including Napa County, have
announced a complete "Shelter in Place" policy
which will prevent all movement, including to public meetings, except for the purchase of necessities, in the affected counties.
George Calyoannidis has just sent a link to the Australian 60 Minutes (very informative) report on the potential of the coronavirus:
Updated: Napa County orders people to shelter at home because of COVID-19