Milford moves homeless workshop to Feb. 26; vote will be March 11.

Milford moves homeless workshop to Feb. 28; vote March 11

Katie KazimirGovernment, Headlines

Milford moves homeless workshop to Feb. 26; vote will be March 11.

Milford moves homeless workshop to Feb. 26; vote will be March 11. Photo by James Frid/Pexels

The Milford City Council workshop on a tiny house village for the homeless has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Feb. 28 from Wednesday, Feb. 14.

The change in date is due to Wednesday being Valentine’s Day and also the birthday of the wife of Mayor Archie Campbell.

The vote will follow at the council’s next regular meeting, March 11.

The workshop will study the proposed Springboard Village of tiny houses for the homeless.

In addition, the Milford Corporate Center update, the electric vehicle feasibility study and options for the former police station are on the Feb. 29 agenda.

Public wishing to attend the workshop virtually through Zoom.

The workshop will also be streamed live and is accessible here. To dial in by phone, call (301) 715-8592; the Webinar ID is 958 5938 0584.

There will be a 15-minute public comment period at the start of the workshop.

Speakers are limited to three minutes of comment before the council and workshop participants.

Virtual attendees wishing to comment must register prior to start time of meeting by calling (302) 422-1111, ext. 1300 or 1303, or emailing [email protected].

Those in attendance at City Hall who would like to comment must sign up before the workshop begins.

All written public comments received prior to the meeting will be read into the record.

Supporting documents must be submitted to the city clerk and in electronic format no later than one week prior to the meeting.

No paper documents will be accepted, distributed or presented at the workshop once the packet has been posted on the city of Milford website.

Any materials used during the meeting must be from the council packet referenced by the presenter using audio and visual means to ensure virtual participation by all those attending.

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