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Bucks County Commissioners to meet June 17

The 10 a.m. meeting will be broadcast via live-stream on Facebook, public comment is invited

The Bucks County Commissioners will meet again on Wednesday, June 17, at 10 a.m. at the Bucks County Administration Building in Doylestown.

The Administration Building is closed to the public. The meeting will be broadcast via live-stream at facebook.com/BucksCountyGovt. Members of the public will not need a Facebook account to view the meeting live. A recording of the meeting will be posted on this site shortly after the meeting.

Members of the public who wish to make brief public comment may do so by submitting an email during the meeting. Starting at 10 a.m., members of the public who wish to comment on agenda items may submit an email to PublicComment@buckscounty.org.

The subject line must reference the agenda item(s) being commented upon.

The body of email must contain your name and municipality/township of residence.

The total length of your question or comment should not exceed 300 words.

Following the conclusion of the portion of the meeting for brief public comments on agenda items, any subsequently received submissions will be considered only at the end of the meeting. Such “all items” comments are subject to the same requirements described above except that the subject line need not reference a particular agenda item.

Future meetings are on July 1, July 15, Aug 12 (at Middletown Grange Fair), Sept. 2, Sept. 16, Oct. 7, Oct. 21, Nov. 4, Nov. 18, Dec. 2 and Dec. 16. ••

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