Board of Regents Regular Monthly Meeting Scheduled April 14; Regents Using Teleconferencing Technology
Article by DMC College Relations Office
The Del Mar College (DMC) Board of Regents will hold their regular monthly meeting beginning at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, via teleconference. Until the COVID-19 pandemic concludes, the Board will meet using video and/or teleconferencing to conduct business as ordered by city, county and state officials to ensure everyone’s health and safety.
The public may access this meeting by going to the online video link at https://boxcast.tv/view/dmc-board-of-regents---regular-meeting-04-14-2020-767947 or by calling (646) 749-3112 and entering access code 460-499-477. Access for those calling in to listen to the live board meeting will open at 12:55 p.m. on April 14.
Individuals will have the opportunity to submit public comments using one of two options –– submitting an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leaving a voicemail message at 1-800-652-3357. All public comment requests must include the submitter’s name and the agenda item they wish to address. If submitting via email, comments should be limited to 500 words or less. If submitting comments using the 1-800 number, callers will have the ability to record comments, which should be limited to three minutes or less.
Public comments using either option are due by noon on April 14. Comments made in writing will be read during the meeting. Comments recorded via the 1-800 number will be played back during the public comment section of the meeting.
A copy of the April 14 Agenda Notice and the Board packet is available at https://www.delmar.edu/regents-and-community/board-of-regents/_resources/agendas/agenda-4-14-20.pdf. Meeting agendas and other resources are also available on the DMC Board of Regents web page at https://www.delmar.edu/regents-and-community/board-of-regents/index.html.
The health and safety of Board members, DMC employees and the public is a priority of the College. Additionally, DMC administrators are abiding by state, county and city orders addressing social gatherings and stay-at-home orders that mandate remote work practices for non-essential workers in the community.
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