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  1. Calendar Overlay Panama City Public Meeting Calendar (2)

Panama City Public Meeting Calendar

  1. Code Enforcement Hearing - via Zoom

    June 18, 2020, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ City Hall, Room 010 (Lower Level)

    The Code Enforcement Hearing will be held at City Hall, Room 010 (Lower Level). Only property owners who have cases being heard and their witnesses will be allowed to attend in-person. The public is invited to attend virtually via Zoom. There are several ways to connect to Zoom: download the Zoom app on your smartphone and join with the Meeting ID; download the Zoom program on your desktop and join with the Meeting ID; call (312) 626-6799 and enter the Meeting ID when prompted. The Meeting ID is 834 2785 1342 and Password is 271354. Members of the public will be allowed to provide public comment when the Code Enforcement Magistrate opens the floor.

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  2. Virtual Input Session for the St. Andrews Neighborhood

    June 18, 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ via Zoom. (Meeting ID TBA)

    The Virtual Input Session will be held on Zoom. There are several ways to connect to Zoom: Download the Zoom app on your smartphone and join with the Meeting ID; Download the Zoom program on your desktop and join with the Meeting ID; or Call (312) 626-6799 and enter the Meeting ID when prompted. The Meeting ID is 832 0338 1490. // The City of Panama City will be hosting input sessions to learn about community priorities, and identify opportunities and challenges for each neighborhood. At this event, participants will see a short presentation that summarizes existing conditions in the St. Andrews neighborhood and the Cornerstone Ideas established for the Downtown Strategic Vision. Community participants will then describe their vision for the future, and discuss ideas for resilient infrastructure, connectivity, gathering spaces, sustainable building, housing, commercial activity and more.

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