Hyde County Commissioners meeting, May 4, 2020. Photo: P. Vankevich

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From Hyde County

Due to the restrictions prohibiting indoor gatherings of 10 or more people, public attendance at tonight’s Hyde County Board of Commissioners meeting will be provided electronically.

The meeting begins at 6 p.m. and will be available to watch via Hyde County Public Information Facebook Live or listen to via a phone dial in for those without reliable internet access. Video of the meeting will be posted to our website, http://www.hydecountync.gov, the following day. 

We will also be holding the final public hearing on the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance during this meeting. Public comment will continue to be taken until 5 p.m. today.

We are accepting public comments for the meeting via a web submission at https://forms.gle/qWzxU8EXfaQDahWp6, by sending an email to lstotesberry@hydecountync.gov, or by leaving a voicemail at 252-926-5288. Submissions must be received by 5 p.m. today. 

Public comments are a time for the public to make comments to the county commissioners. Comments should be kept to three minutes or less and comments should be directed to the entire board and not to individual members, the staff, or to other members of the public.

You can view this month’s agenda on our website herhttp://hydecountync.gov/board_of_commissioners/agendas.php.

For tonight’s meeting you do not need to be a Facebook member to view public pages. You can access our Facebook page by going to the website https://www.facebook.com/HydeCountyNC.

To use the dial-in option, call 605-562-0400 or 717-275-8940, enter the following access code 882 1001, and press #. These are not toll-free numbers, but you are typically not charged for long distance when using a cellular phone.

We’d like to thank everyone for continuing doing their part during this pandemic, we know it’s hard. Please continue to practice social distancing by maintaining six feet of distance between yourself and others, wash your hands as directed by the CDC, wear masks in public where social distancing is difficult, and whenever possible stay home. 

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