Many of us have spent today following the troubling images and news reports emanating from our nation’s Capital. Once again this past year, we find ourselves navigating our way through multiple once-in-a-lifetime challenges.
Despite the weight of so many simultaneous challenges and events, I remain optimistic. I remain optimistic and confident because I live in Half Moon Bay. I am confident that we live in a proud and resilient community that continues to come together in the face of adversity.
We are a thoughtful community; most often characterized by our individual and collective efforts to support our neighbors during trying times. We are a community that cherishes our democratic freedoms and we believe in decency and respect for a range of differing points of view.
In Half Moon Bay, participatory democracy lives and is reflected in our strong independent press, our participation in local elections, and in our lively City Council meetings that often extend into the early morning hours (until every voice has been heard).
In Half Moon Bay, our powerful shared values enable us to stay strong through the unprecedented challenges of pandemics, fires, economic downturns, and climate change. We stay strong because there isn’t anything we can’t do when we do it together.
City Council of Half Moon Bay Meets ~ 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, 7:00pm
The New Now ~ Virtual Remote Public Agency Meetings
Watch streaming, or the Pacifica Coast TV video, that we will post. Stay tuned!
The meeting will be held at the Adcock Community Center for any members of the public who wish to speak in person, though we do encourage all members to participate remotely.
The meeting will be:
- streamed live on Comcast Channel 27 and Pacific Coast TV website
- the City’s website online (via Granicus)
- and on Facebook Live
- Recorded by Pacific Coast TV (PCTV)
Members or the public are welcome to submit comments (in accordance with the three-minute per speaker limit) via email to email@example.com prior to or during the meeting, via Facebook live during the meeting, and via two phone lines during the meeting – (650) 477-4963 (English) and (650) 445-3090 (Spanish).
The City Clerk will read all comments into the record.
Leave messages with the Clerk’s Department at 650-726-8250
Debbie RuddockVice MayorPhone: 650-726
Joaquin JimenezCouncil MemberPhone: 650-726-8250 (leave message with Clerk’s office)
The City Council of Half Moon Bay
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- Emergency Preparedness
- Human Resources
- Legislative Affairs