New Brown Act Requirement for Policy Bodies to Establish Findings at Least Once Every 30 Days to Continue Remote Meetings During COVID19 Emergency

Following enactment by the California Legislature of AB361, a bill that facilitates the ability of policy bodies to meet remotely during a state of emergency, the City Attorney’s Office advised all City Departments that the California Brown Act was amended to allow local policy bodies to continue to meet by teleconferencing during a state of emergency without complying with restrictions in State law that would otherwise apply, provided that the policy bodies make certain findings at least once every 30 days beginning October 1, 2021. Findings and Resolutions adopted by the Ethics Commission appear below.

Resolution Adopted October 8, 2021: Full Resolution

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