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As the threat of Coronavirus (COVID-19) incidents impact our community, the City of St. Augustine is continuing its efforts to curb the threat of the spread of Coronavirus by cancelling all non-essential meetings that do not address the immediate operations and function of municipal business. The City Commission, Historic Architectural Review Board, Planning & Zoning Board, and Code Enforcement, Adjustments and Appeals Board meetings will be limited to permissible attendance numbers in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.
At this time, all other workshops and non-essential meetings will be cancelled until further notice, this includes but is not limited to the Planning & Zoning Workshop regarding parking requirements, the Street Tree Advisory Committee, and Lincolnville Community Redevelopment Area Steering Committee.
In accordance with Florida Sunshine Law and observing best practices of social distancing, The Alcazar Room will be open to the public but limited to an occupancy load of less than 50 people and the overflow space will be made available, also in compliance of CDC recommendations. Anyone who wishes to attend in person will be allowed until the occupancy limit is reached.
The following decisions go into effect immediately: