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Danville council to review sidewalk vendor regulations, commissioner recruitment process

Plus: Status of 2020 Mayor’s Installation, Swearing-In and Community Service Awards

The Danville Town Council is set to hear presentations that will cover topics ranging from the regulation of sidewalk vendors to a review of the recruitment and interview process for town commissioners during its regular meeting Tuesday.

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Set to be held remotely in order to adhere with social distancing policies, in addition to the aforementioned topics, council members will review plans that are being made for the 2020 Mayor’s Installation, Swearing-In and Community Service Awards, as well as the status of the 2020 Design Awards.

Prior to its list of special presentations, council members also plan to appoint Danville representatives to serve on the Iron Horse Corridor Management Program Advisory Committee for terms ending June 30, 2022.

The council is also set to review its format for public meetings as a reminder for when the town inevitably returns to public in-person meetings. The town plans to eventually return to holding physical meetings in the Town Meeting Hall when the pandemic begins to improve, however the region is not quite out of the woods yet.

The Danville Town Council's regular meeting is scheduled to be held at 5 p.m. on Tuesday on video teleconferencing application Zoom, which can be accessed using Webinar ID 814 8887 7750.

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Residents can have public comments read into the record by contacting the city clerk at 925-314-3307 or [email protected] prior to 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Danville council to review sidewalk vendor regulations, commissioner recruitment process

Plus: Status of 2020 Mayor’s Installation, Swearing-In and Community Service Awards

by / Danville San Ramon

Uploaded: Mon, Aug 10, 2020, 1:42 pm

The Danville Town Council is set to hear presentations that will cover topics ranging from the regulation of sidewalk vendors to a review of the recruitment and interview process for town commissioners during its regular meeting Tuesday.

Set to be held remotely in order to adhere with social distancing policies, in addition to the aforementioned topics, council members will review plans that are being made for the 2020 Mayor’s Installation, Swearing-In and Community Service Awards, as well as the status of the 2020 Design Awards.

Prior to its list of special presentations, council members also plan to appoint Danville representatives to serve on the Iron Horse Corridor Management Program Advisory Committee for terms ending June 30, 2022.

The council is also set to review its format for public meetings as a reminder for when the town inevitably returns to public in-person meetings. The town plans to eventually return to holding physical meetings in the Town Meeting Hall when the pandemic begins to improve, however the region is not quite out of the woods yet.

The Danville Town Council's regular meeting is scheduled to be held at 5 p.m. on Tuesday on video teleconferencing application Zoom, which can be accessed using Webinar ID 814 8887 7750.

Residents can have public comments read into the record by contacting the city clerk at 925-314-3307 or [email protected] prior to 4 p.m. on Tuesday.

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Parent and Voter
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Danville
on Aug 11, 2020 at 7:32 am
Parent and Voter, Danville
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on Aug 11, 2020 at 7:32 am
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In references to the Virus the article talks about not being "out of the woods" yet. I understand that there still are cases and deaths and that it has not gone away like the seasonal flu but are there any numbers that can be shared about our town and our region about Covid cases and Covid deaths each month this year?
Has opening up in some businesses, such as restaurants, resulted in increased numbers of deaths or are we finding that it is "safe"? Of course we need to factor out some factors, such as mass protests, etc to get the clearest picture.
Curious, since the shutdown is creating both short term and long term problems.


Ryan J. Degan
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San Ramon
on Aug 12, 2020 at 9:17 am
Ryan J. Degan, San Ramon
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on Aug 12, 2020 at 9:17 am
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@Parent and Voter

Contra Costa Health Services does a pretty good job of documenting the daily and weekly changes in reported coronavirus cases, as well as where they occur. You can check out daily figures and trends through their coronavirus "Overview Dashboard" at www.coronavirus.cchealth.org.


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