Edward Purcell, Esq.Price, Meese, Shulman & D’Arminio, PC, Morristown
For over a year, most New Jersey municipalities have conducted their planning and zoning boards meetings virtually. Virtual meetings have their pros and cons. They spare parties and professionals commuting time to and from hearings and help reduce client and taxpayer costs. The online format widens the potential audience but managing citizen comments and questions during a virtual meeting can be challenging. Now that vaccinations have contained the spread of covid, should virtual meetings continue, or should boards revert to in-person proceedings? Attorneys Dennis Galvin and Edward Purcell debate this issue during our lunchtime webinar. They will discuss the relevant legal matters related to public meetings and provide guidance for boards currently debating this issue.
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