Topics to Watch at the Mt. Pleasant City Commission Meeting – July 27, 2020

Here are the topics to watch at the next virtual Mt. Pleasant City Commission meeting scheduled for Monday, July 27, 2020 at 7 p.m.

  • Public hearing on an ordinance to amend portions of Chapter 50: Solid Wastes and consider approval of the same.
  • Consider contract amendment for the remaining sites in Eastpointe IV as recommended by the Property Committee.
  • Consider approval of an easement for Parking Lot #12 for Consumer Energy.
  • Consider resolution authorizing Michigan Arts Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs Project Mini-Grant submission for painting the intersections.

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How to follow public meetings during social distancing:

In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the City of Mt. Pleasant is following federal, state and county health officials’ recommendations while still providing valuable City services.

Even though the City Commission meeting will take place as scheduled, it will be an electronically conducted meeting as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order and the City Commission Chambers will be closed to the public.

Citizens can watch the City Commission meeting live on Spectrum Charter Channel 188, web streamed at or via Zoom.

Zoom Meeting instructions via computer, phone, or dial-in number are as follows:

Zoom Meeting information

Meeting ID: 890 5701 1678

Password: 839170

Phone dial-in: (312) 626-6799

Audio and video will be muted for members of the public and then unmuted by the host during public comment periods.

·         For participants accessing via computer or smartphone please use the “Raise Your Hand” icon to indicate you would like to speak. First, click on the “Participants” icon at the bottom of your screen. Next, click on the “Raise Your Hand” icon near the bottom right corner of the screen.

·         To raise your hand for telephone dial-in participants, press *9.

·         Members of the public may be muted or removed if using abusive language or if they become disruptive to the meeting. Any citizen desiring to make a public comment on an agenda item must email their comments