Bills Stadium Public Hearing Now Switched To Virtual Format
We told you a while back that there would be Public Hearings in early December to discuss a new stadium plan for the Buffalo Bills. Well, the meetings have now been switched to a virtual format.
According to a release put out by Erie County;
"Pursuant to Legislature Chair April N.M. Baskin’s directive, due to COVID-19, these hearings are being changed from being held in-person at the three ECC campuses to being held virtually, via Zoom videoconferencing."
The Erie County Legislature had originally scheduled the meetings so that the public could have their voices, concerns and suggestions heard regarding the current Buffalo Bills Stadium, as well as the potential construction and location of any proposed new stadium.
If you want to attend the meetings virtually, here is what you need to know.
Monday, December 6, 2021, 6:00 pm Register in advance for this meeting
Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 6:00 pm Register in advance for this meeting
Wednesday, December 8, 2021, 6:00 pm Register in advance for this meeting
After registering for any of these meetings, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
If you simply would like to watch the meetings, and not participate, you can do so on the Erie County Legislature's Facebook Page.
Any further questions can be directed to Robert Graber, Clerk of the Legislature, at Robert.Graber@erie.gov or call him at 716-858-8527.
The change of the meetings, which were originally scheduled to take place at each of Erie Community College's three campuses, was made earlier this week due to concerns of rising COVID-19 numbers in Erie County.
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