Monroe, NC

Monroe Upcoming City Council Meeting

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MONROE, NC – The Monroe City Government will have a council meeting on August 10, 2021, which will be held in two sessions, according to the agenda.

As for the Public Hearings, the topics include rezoning for properties located along N. Charlotte Avenue, W. Roosevelt Boulevard, and E. Roosevelt Boulevard. For these hearings, residents are welcomed to submit their comments through a different link at the government’s website.

At 4 p.m., the first meeting session will talk about the Strategic Planning Meeting, while the second session will discuss the Regular Council Meeting at 6 p.m.

In each session of the meetings, there will be two agendas for the government to gain the residents’ aspirations—the Public Hearings and Public Comment Period.

During the Public Comment Period, residents are welcomed to attend the council meeting in person and speak in front of the City Council. They are also allowed to submit comments, both in written or electronically.

Those wishing to send written comments should address them to the City Clerk at P.O. Box 69, while those wishing to submit electronic comments should complete the form on the government's website.

The submitted comment will not be read during the Regular Meeting. However, it will be sent to the City Council before the day of the meeting. It is also important not to write comments regarding the issues or have been the subjects of the public hearing.

The council meeting will be recorded and shared with the public through the government’s Youtube channel.

The detailed schedule of the council meeting can be accessed at www.monroenc.civicclerk.com.

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