July 2021 Board Meeting Notice

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Please join us Thursday, July 1st, 2021 at 2pm for our regularly scheduled board meeting. Information and login instructions are listed below.

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING

OF THE BIRMINGHAM LAND BANK AUTHORITY BOARD

 

As Chairman of the Birmingham Land Bank Authority Board, I am calling a regular virtual meeting of the Board to occur on the following date/time:

 

Date: Thursday, July 1, 2021

Time: 2:00pm

 

The purpose of and agenda for the meeting will be for the BLBA Board to accomplish limited business that is necessary to perform essential minimum functions of the BLBA including, but not limited to, the consideration of contracts and the presentation of an operations update.

On March 18, 2020, Governor Ivey issued a Proclamation authorizing the BLBA Board to meet by telephone/video conference under certain circumstances. In accordance with the Governor’s Proclamation, this meeting will be held by telephone/video conference through the Cisco WebEx platform.

 

WebEx Meeting link:

 

https://birmingham.webex.com/birmingham/j.php?MTID=m087eb681ecff1bd6e4ad928ff1416618

 

Meeting number: 187 544 9915 Password: w6gVjBRwH82

 

Join by phone:

+1-415-655-0002 United States Toll

+1-312-535-8110 United States Toll (Chicago)

Access code: 187 544 9915

Attendee Information can also be found by visiting www.birminghamlandbank.org, emailing landbank@birminghamal.gov, or calling 205.254.2117

 

The communication equipment identified above allows all persons participating in the meeting to hear one another at the same time. Anyone other than a member of the Board or an official or employee recognized by the Chairman is asked to mute their telephone.

 

The BLBA Administrator is directed, no more than twelve hours following the conclusion of the meeting conducted pursuant to this notice, to post a summary of the meeting in a prominent location on the BLBA’s website.  The summary shall recount the deliberations conducted and the actions taken with reasonable specificity to allow the public to understand what happened.

 

 

 

Lonnie Hannon, Chairman