Dunnellon City Council meeting will be held on March 17, 2021, at 3:00 p.m. at Dunnellon City Hall with Social Distancing Modifications.
Anyone attending the meeting will be required to wear a mask/face covering. All attendees will be subject to screening to include a temperature check.
Anyone who wishes to provide public comment will be able to do so by participating in the City Council meeting in person, or via the Zoom "AUDIO ONLY" platform and/or telephone, by speaking during public comment portions of the meeting when recognized per the instructions below or by submitting written comments, evidence and/or written testimony in advance of the meeting via email to the City Clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Members of the public who would like to participate are encouraged to register in advance by Noon on Wednesday March 17, 2021. Please see instructions below on how to register.
Opening Prayer/Moment of Silence(suggested time limit: 1 minute. Mayor to request if any invitee is present to open with prayer; if no invitee is present, Mayor will ask if a Dunnellon citizen will volunteer. If no volunteers, a moment of silence will be offered. If a citizen outside of Dunnellon requests to open with prayer, (s)he may so if no invitees/citizens volunteer.)
Proof of Publication - The agenda was posted on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 to the City's website and City Hall bulletin board.
Historic District Enhancement Plan Technical Assistance Grant Review with Kenneth Metcalf, AICP, Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A.
Any Person Requiring a Special Accommodation at This Hearing Because of a Disability or Physical Impairment Should Contact the City Clerk at (352) 465-8500 at Least 48 Hours Prior to the Proceeding. If a Person Desires to Appeal Any Decision with Respect to Any Matter Considered at the Above Meeting or Hearing, He or She Will Need a Record of the Proceeding, and for Such Purpose, He or She May Need to Ensure That a Verbatim Record of the Proceedings Is Made, Which Includes the Testimony and Evidence Upon Which the Appeal Is to Be Based. The City Is Not Responsible for Any Mechanical Failure of Recording Equipment.