Belmar Mayor and Council Meeting on Zoom

Due to the coronavirus, the Belmar Borough Council will convene a remote meeting through the Zoom web meeting conference communication system.

Members of the public are welcome to participate by observing and participating in the remote meeting. The meeting can be accessed through the Zoom App via a smartphone or tablet, via a special link on your computer or by telephone.

For anyone interested in observing and/or otherwise participating in the remote web-meeting, the instructions/directions can be obtained by contacting the Municipal Clerk April Claudio at aclaudio@belmar.com, 732-681-3700, ext. 225, or by visiting www.belmar.com or the borough’s Facebook on the day of the meeting.

NOTICE: Due to security protocols you must be registered with Zoom.us and have an account to participate. You also must use the given meeting link and password that will change every week.

If you cannot participate live on the day of a meeting you can visit our Facebook page and or Youtube page to watch the taped recording the following day.

Click here for the meeting's agenda, as well as the resolutions and ordinances to be considered by the governing body.

 

Contact Information
  1. April Claudio
  2. 732-681-3700, ext. 225
  3. aclaudio@belmar.com
Tue, September 15
6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
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Due to the coronavirus, the Belmar Borough Council will convene a remote meeting through the Zoom web meeting conference communication system.

Members of the public are welcome to participate by observing and participating in the remote meeting. The meeting can be accessed through the Zoom App via a smartphone or tablet, via a special link on your computer or by telephone.

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