Meeting Time: November 20, 2023 at 6:00pm PST
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Land Acknowledgement:<BR><BR> "The West Hollywood City Council acknowledges that the land on which we gather and that is currently known as the City of West Hollywood is the occupied, unceded, seized territory of the Gabrieleno Tongva and Gabrieleno Kizh peoples."<BR><BR> PUBLIC COMMENT AND RULES OF DECORUM:<BR> The City Council values your comments and acknowledges the right of the public to address issues that are within the City's jurisdiction and invites the public to do so during the City Council meeting. However, this public participation must be balanced with the need of the City Council to conduct the public's business in a fair and efficient manner, free from disruption or disturbance. The City offers multiples ways for the public to participate during the meeting.<BR><BR> During the first Public Comment section of the agenda, any member of the public may address the City Council on items appearing on the Consent Calendar. Comments concerning other items on the agenda will be heard at the time the item is considered during the course of the meeting; however, they may be offered at this time if the member of the public cannot be in attendance later in the evening. Members of the public may also comment upon any other item of interest that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council at this time, or later in the meeting under the second Public Comment period. Please see Agenda Item No. 1 below for more information.<BR><BR> The City expects that everyone who participates in the meeting do so with respect and dignity. Please refrain from using abusive, derogatory, and slanderous language, or behaving in a way that disrupts the meeting.<BR><BR> Speakers should not bring to the podium any items other than a prepared written statement, writing materials, or objects that disrupts the meeting.<BR><BR> Speakers and any other members of the public may not approach the dais at any time during the meeting without prior consent from the Mayor.<BR><BR> Speakers may only speak once on any agenda item. Donating public comment time to others is prohibited.<BR><BR> Members of the audience shall not engage in disorderly or boisterous conduct, including the utterance of loud, threatening, or abusive language, whistling, stamping of feet or other acts which disturb, disrupt, impede, or otherwise render the orderly conduct of the City Council meeting unfeasible.<BR><BR> Persons in the audience should refrain from creating, provoking, or participating in any type of unwelcome physical contact.<BR><BR> Please see the Rules of Conduct for City Council meetings for additional rules and expectations for conducting the City Council meetings.<BR><BR> TO PARTICIPATE BY PROVIDING WRITTEN CORRESPONDENCE OR AN E-COMMENT:<BR><BR> Members of the public who wish to comment on matters before the City Council are strongly encouraged to submit written correspondence to or submit an E-Comment by visiting no later than 12:00 p.m. on Council meeting day. Note: Written Correspondence and E-Comments will not be read into the record during the City Council meeting; however, correspondence received by 12:00 p.m. will be forwarded to the City Council and posted on the City's website as part of the official meeting record. Your comments and information will become part of the official public record. If you do not want your personal information included in the official record, please do not include your address and/or phone number.<BR><BR> TO PARTICIPATE BY PROVIDING PUBLIC COMMENT BY TELEPHONE:<BR><BR> (Please note: This option is to provide public comment via phone ONLY. To view the meeting, please see information on how to view the meeting provided above.)<BR><BR> 1. You must sign-up to speak at no later than 12:00 p.m. on the City Council meeting day, to be added to the Zoom Public Speaker List for the meeting. Please include your name, the phone number from which you will be calling, and which item you would like to speak on.<BR><BR> 2. Dial-in 10 minutes prior to the start of the meeting (the meeting begins at 6:00 p.m.) During Approval of the Agenda items may be moved to the Consent Calendar; therefore, members of the public who have signed up to speak on any item with the City Clerk's Office should be in the queue by 5:50 p.m. **Please note that City Clerk staff cannot respond to emails during the meeting. This means that email requests made to speak by phone on additional agenda items during the meeting cannot be accommodated during the meeting. This means that email and text message requests made to speak by phone on additional agenda items during the meeting cannot be accommodated during the meeting. <BR><BR>