End of pandemic doesn’t mean virtual goes away

City grapples with best way to accommodate a nervous public


 

As the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Calabasas is the latest city to consider allowing in-person public meetings again.

But at a recent City Council meeting, fears of spreading the disease, logistics of testing participants, the discomfort of wearing a mask for hours, and the question of whether plastic partitions are all they’re cracked up to be dealt a blow to Mayor James Bozajian’s push for a return to normal.

The notion of going to a specific location to watch school trustees, county s...

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