Town Meetings via Videoconference - Remote Access Guidelines
In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and the current Shelter In Place order, Town meetings will take place via videoconference only. All Town Councilmembers and Commission members will be participating remotely and residents are urged to follow the Marin County Public Health Officer’s shelter in place order and attend the meeting remotely as well. As allowed under Executive Order N-29-20 (March 17, 2020), the Town of Corte Madera will no longer offer an in-person meeting location for the public to attend.
Download GoToWebinar here (You may need to restart your device after downloading)
Download Zoom Webinar here (Your may need to restart your device after downloading)
A recording of the meeting will be available to the public on the Town’s YouTube page as soon as possible after the meeting.
OPPORTUNITIES TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT:
We strongly recommend submitting your public comment early by:
Sending comments prior to the meeting to: PublicComment@tcmmail.org. All public comment received prior to 5:00 P.M. the day of the meeting will be distributed to the entire Council or Commission and made available to the public in the online agenda packet.
Sending comments during the meeting to: PublicComment@tcmmail.org. The Town will accept public comment via email during the meeting, from 6:30pm until the adjournment of the meeting. All public comment received via email will be read aloud by staff at the appropriate time on the agenda for each agenda item, forwarded to the Council or Commission, posted to the Town website, and placed in the Town’s permanent records. Please make sure to indicate the item number to which your comment is related, or whether it is for the General Public Comment period at the beginning of the meeting. Your comment will be read verbatim, however words including profanity, obscenity, and discriminatory language will not be read into the record in order to avoid disruption of the meeting. Your comment is subject to the same 3-minute limit as in-person spoken comments.
When participating in a meeting through Zoom webinar, you may select the "Raise Hand" Icon in the Zoom platform, or dial *9 if you have called into the meeting, in order to add yourself to the speaker queue during the meeting. Your raised hand will alert the presiding officer and the Town Clerk that you would like to make a public comment on that item. When the Mayor calls for public comment, either the presiding officer or the Town Clerk will unmute your line and call your name at which point you may make your comments. If you are joining the meeting via Zoom on either a computer, tablet, or smartphone, the Raise Hand icon will be at either the bottom or top of your screen, depending on the device. Click here for more information on how to raise your hand during the webinar.
For those Boards and Commissions still using GoToWebinar those participating in the meeting through the GoToWebinar link, you are able to make public comment by selecting the "Raise Hand" icon in your meeting control panel. Your raised hand will alert Town staff that you would like to make a public comment on that item. When the Mayor/Chair calls for public comment, Town staff will unmute your line and call your name, at which point you may make your comments. Please note that you will not be able to select the Raise Hand icon and be called upon for public comment if you do not register for the meeting, and will need to pick a different method, such as emailing comments in advance, in order to submit public comment.
For all public comment submitted, please be sure to indicate the item number to which your comment is related, or whether it is for the general public comment period at the beginning of the meeting, Open Time for Public Comment. Your comment will be read verbatim, however words including profanity, obscenity, and discriminatory language will not be read into the record in order to avoid disruption of the meeting. Your comment is subject to the same 3-minute limit as in-person spoken comments.