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Raju Mann

President & CEO
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Watch the public hearing here

Notice of a Public Hearing to be held pursuant to Section 103-a(2)(a) of the New York State Public Officers Law for purposes of discussing comments regarding BPCA’s adoption of a proposed resolution (the Resolution) authorizing the use of videoconferencing to conduct meetings. The Resolution will authorize BPCA Members who are unable to physically attend a meeting due to an extraordinary circumstance, as defined by written procedures to be adopted by BPCA (see the Resolution and procedures here), to attend meetings by videoconference from a private location.

Key points of new procedures for videoconferencing:

If a Member is unable to physically attend a meeting due to extraordinary circumstances, such Member may attend via videoconferencing from a private location, but in such case,

– there must be a quorum of Members physically present at the meeting’s public location(s),

– all Members must be heard, seen and identified during the meeting and

– members of the public shall also be afforded the opportunity to attend the meeting via videoconference in real time

Hugh L. Battery Park City Authority, 200 Liberty Street, 24th Floor, New York, New York 10281

Wednesday, December 14, 2022 – 2:00 p.m.

(You can also watch the hearing at: https://bpca.divacommunications.com/bpca-live)

The hearing is open to the public.

Due to building procedures, members of the public attending in-person should please RSVP by 5:30 p.m. on December 13, 2022.

Members of the press should please call (212) 417-3194; members of the public should please call (212) 417-3194.

Members of the public may submit comments regarding the Resolution in writing to info.bpc@bpca.ny.gov by 5:30 p.m. on December 13, 2022. Members of the public attending in-person will each have up to two minutes to comment live on the Resolution.

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