PMUA Joint Board Meeting / Reunión de la junta conjunta

Any member of the public wishing to participate in the teleconference meeting may do so by using the link below or by telephone through the use of the dial-in number below. In accordance with the procedures governing in-person meetings, members of the public will only be permitted to speak during the public hearing portion of the meeting.

Join the meeting by using the following link:

Or, call in using your telephone:

  • +1 408-385-2536 or 408-351-1612
  • Access Code: 9519-836
  • TIPS: Avoid wireless connections since they may cause disconnections and slow down screen updates. A headset is recommended when using your microphone and speakers.
  • Telephone menu:
    • Input *2 to raise hand
    • Toggle *6 to mute/unmute yourself

The Authority will carry out its normal activities at this meeting, including discussions and formal consideration of the resolutions listed on the monthly agenda of the Board of Commissioners. Formal action will be taken at this Combined Meeting.

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Cualquier miembro de el público que desee participar en la reunión de teleconferencia, puede hacerlo utilizando el enlace que se muestra a continuación o por teléfono mediante el uso del número de acceso telefónico a continuación. De acuerdo con los procedimientos que rigen lasreuniones en persona, los miembros del público sólo podrán hablar durante la parte de audiencia pública de la reunión.

Participe en la reunión mediante el siguiente enlace:

  • http://meeting.nexacomm.com/join?id=10993551
  • Id. de reunión: 1699-3551
  • CONSEJO: Utilice el micrófono y losaltavoces (VoIP -se recomiendausar un auricular).

O bien, llame con su teléfono:

  • 408-385-2536 o 408-351-1612
  • Código de acceso: 9519-836
  • CONSEJOS: Evite las conexiones inalámbricas, ya que pueden causar desconexiones yralentizar las actualizacionesde la pantalla. Se recomienda usar un auricular cuando se utiliza el micrófono y los altavoces.
  • Menú telefónico:
    • Entrada *2 para levantar la mano
    • Alternar *6 para silenciar / desactivar el silencio usted mismo

La Autoridad llevará a cabo sus actividades normales en esta reunión, incluidas las discusiones y la consideración formal de las resoluciones enumeradas en la agenda mensual de la Junta de Comisionados.

Contact Information
  1. +1 408-385-2536 or 408-351-1612
Tue, August 11
6:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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