At the Côte Saint-Luc City Council meeting of Monday, April 11, 2022, at 8pm, the public will be able to ask questions in three ways: live by video conference, live in person at the Council Chamber, and by way of a written question sent in advance.
The meeting of April 11, 2022, also marks the return of City Council meetings to the Council Chamber since the start of the pandemic. The public can attend the meeting in person (limit of 8 spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis), or watch the livestream at YouTube.
To ask a question via the Zoom videoconference app, a person must register at CoteSaintLuc.org/council. After registering, the person will receive a link to the Zoom meeting. During the question period, when it’s the person’s turn to ask a question, the person will be let into the Zoom meeting from the waiting room to ask their question.
To ask a written question, a person must complete the question period form at CoteSaintLuc.org/council.
To ask a question live in person at the Council Chamber, the person must visit City Hall at 5801 Cavendish Blvd. by 8pm. No special registration is required.
The City takes the health and safety of the public, staff, and City Council members very seriously. All sanitary measures will be followed and to protect all members of the community, a maximum of eight people will be admitted to the Council Chamber on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations are required. Even if the limit is reached, anyone wishing to ask a question will be allowed into the Council Chamber in order to ask their question.
During the first and second question periods, priority will be given to questions from those present at City Hall. Questions asked via Zoom and sent in in advance will be answered for the remainder of the time allocated for question period.
You can watch the meeting via the livestream link at CoteSaintLuc.org/council. In the event of a technical problem with the livestream, video from the council meeting will be posted to YouTube the next day.