Montgomery County Board of Education to Resume In-person Testimony at Next Week’s Meeting

by Patrick Herron
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Montgomery County Board of Education to Resume In-person Testimony at Next Week’s Meeting
The Montgomery County BOE will resume in-person testimony at its August 24 business meeting. The Board will continue to accept pre-recorded audio or video testimony through their website.
From the BOE, “Space is limited. Advance seating reservations will be accepted and can be made online starting TODAY at 4:00 p.m. Reservations are encouraged but not required for those who want to observe in-person.”
Full details below:
Public Attendance at Board Meetings Registration
Board meetings will continued to be streamed live for public observation. Meetings also are open to the public with limited seating. Attendees who are interested in observing the meeting in person may reserve a maximum of two (2) seats in advance by filling out the form below. Although reservations are not required to attend Board meetings, it is highly encouraged so that your seat will be guaranteed as long as space permits. Once the seats are filled, we will not be able to accommodate additional public observers and standing room will not be available.
Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis and will open one week prior to the Board meeting date at 4:00 p.m. and will remain open until the seats are filled or until 12:00 p.m. the day before the meeting.

Although the Board meeting will be open to the public, seating will be limited. The public may attend the meeting in person, with limited capacity. The number of public attendees will be based on room capacity.

Safety Procedures for In-Person Observation and Public Comments
• Face coverings are required in all areas of the building and must be worn during the delivery of live public comments.

• Please avoid in-person attendance if you have symptoms of illness.

• Congregating in the hallways and doorways will be prohibited.

• Public comment speakers will be designated one seat per person in the meeting room.

• Signs larger than an 8.5” x 11” will be prohibited.

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