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City Commission, Board and Committee Meetings

Virtual Work Session

City of Dunedin – Virtual Budget Workshop #1 – May 15 2020

During the state of emergency due to COVID-19, the City of Dunedin Commissioners will hold virtual public meetings.

How to watch the meeting or work session:

Members of the public are encouraged to watch the public meeting and public hearings on the city website , or on cable television (Spectrum 639, Frontier 14, and WOW! 15), or streaming on Facebook.

How to participate in the meeting:

Members of the public wishing to address the body may do so virtually by visiting
or calling the ZOOM meeting at one of the following numbers:
1-646-558-8656; or 1-312-626-6799; or 1-301-715-8592; or 1-346-248-7799; or 1-669-900-9128; or 1-253-215-8782.

*You will be asked to enter a Webinar ID number. That number is 975 0498 4898.*

Providing comments in advance:
Those wishing to provide comments are encouraged to do so in advance. The following are available options for comments:

Comments must be submitted by 5 p.m. the day before the meeting.

Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may provide public input through use of the State of Florida's relay service at 7-1-1.

All comments received by 5:00 p.m. the day before the meeting will be included as part of the official record for this meeting and will be available to be considered by the City Commission prior to any action taken.

Visual Presentation Materials, Documents, or Photos
Public comments in virtual meetings are audio only.

All presentation materials, documents, or photos that are to be presented or entered into the record for a public hearing item MUST BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE PUBLIC HEARING.

Materials, documents, or photos for a public hearing should be submitted via email or mail.

Email Address (for submitting materials, documents, and photos ONLY):

Mailing Address:
Dunedin City Clerk
1415 Pinehurst Road, Suite D
Dunedin, FL 34698

All submissions MUST be accompanied by information that contains:

  • The identity of the sender
  • Contact information for the sender
  • The Agenda date and Agenda Number or Public Hearing topic information to identify the matter

Failure to comply with these provisions may result in the submission not being available for the public hearing.

Answers to questions on the submission of Presentation Materials, Documents or Photos for Public Hearings may be received by leaving a message at 727-298-3039.

Reasonable accommodation requests during COVID-19 pandemic:

Persons with disabilities who need to request reasonable accommodation(s) to effectively participate in this meeting may contact City of Dunedin Human Resources Office. As the City of Dunedin is currently operating under a Declaration of Emergency relating to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and is practicing CDC recommended social distancing protocols, staff from the Human Resources Office are working remotely from the office.

Persons with disabilities who need reasonable accommodations are asked to call 727-298-3199 at least (3) business days in advance of the need for reasonable accommodation.

City of Dunedin Commission public participation and decorum rules

Decorum for virtual meetings

  • Please be respectful of others' opinions, and refrain from making personal attacks. Any person who becomes disorderly or who fails to confine remarks to the identified subject or business at hand shall be cautioned by the Chair and given the opportunity to conclude remarks on the subject in a decorous manner and within the designated time limit. Any person failing to comply as cautioned may be barred from making any additional comments during the meeting by the Chair, unless permission to continue or again address the Commission is granted by the majority of the Commission members present. 
  • If the Chair or Commission declares an individual out of order, he or she may be muted by the moderator.
  • All remarks shall be addressed to the Commission as a body and not to any member thereof.   No person, other than a member of the Commission and the person having the floor, may be permitted to enter into any discussion, either directly or through a member of the Commission, without permission of the Chair. No question may be asked except through the Chair.
  • Speakers should make their comments concise and to the point.

The applicant's closing comments will address testimony subsequent to their presentation. Continuing rebuttal of other than directly preceding testimony will not be allowed.

All other persons may speak for up to three (3) minutes on the item through the virtual meeting webinar or call-in phone number. At the appropriate time during the meeting, instructions will be given to those on the webinar or on the phone how to indicate that they wish to speak. When called on to comment, you must state and spell your name, and say your address, before commenting.

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