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Niagara County Legislature to Return to Legislative Chamber for August 4 Meeting

The Niagara County Courthouse where Lockport Family Court is located.

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By: Reporter Staff

Niagara County Legislature Chairman Becky Wydysh today announced the that next meeting of the Niagara County Legislature on Tuesday, August 4 would take place in the Legislative Chamber of the Niagara Courthouse at 7 p.m.  The Legislature’s meeting will be preceded by a public hearing on the Niagara County Community College budget at 6:45 p.m.  The Legislature has been meeting virtually since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I met with Public Health Director Daniel Stapleton and other county personnel to make sure we could return safely to the courthouse for our next meeting and, with the implementation of several safety protocols, I believe we can do that,” said Wydysh.  “While we had to tweak a few things from the way we normally conduct business, our plan is consistent with open and transparent government.”

Wydysh said the Legislature’s reopening plan includes the following:

“In addition, in continuing our partnership with LCTV, we are also very close to having all the necessary components in place to livestream our meetings for those who would prefer to watch from home,” said Wydysh.  “If that is not in place for the August 4th meeting, then the meeting will be recorded and available on-demand from LCTV and the county’s communication channels the next day. “


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