Bernalillo County Commission resumes in-person meetings
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — On Tuesday, the Bernalillo County Commission held its first in-person meeting since the start of the pandemic. It also marked the first official commission meeting at the county’s new chambers at Alvarado Square.
"This is so exciting to gather as a community again," says Commission Chair Adriann Barboa. "The public can once again see us and talk to us, in person, in the new building."
The county is continuing to observe some established COVID-19 protocols during in-person commission meetings including:
- Attendance of commission meeting will be limited to 50% of capacity – 78 people
- Attendees are asked to sit with a one-seat space between them – couples may sit together
- Sanitizing stations will be available at each entrance to the commission chambers
- Masking is not required but is highly encouraged, especially for those who are unvaccinated – masks are available but are limited