by: Scott McCaulley
The final meeting of the current Branson Board of Aldermen and the first meeting of the new Board will both take place at City Hall as the meetings return onsite to the Council Chambers the City announces Wednesday.
For the last several months, the meetings have been Virtual due to COVID-19 Protocols. At the last meeting, the Board passed an Ordinance to bring an end to the Face Mask Mandate on May 24.
The next schedule meeting is April 13 at which time newly-elected Mayor Larry Milton will be sworn into office as well as three new Aldermen, Clay Cooper, Cody Fenton, and Ruth Denhem.
In it’s release, city officials state that the Board of Aldermen meetings will continue to stream live at www.bransonmo.gov/livestream. As a reminder, the Board meets at 6:00 p.m. every second and fourth Tuesday of each month. You can find upcoming Board of Aldermen meeting agendas and follow along as they go through each item at www.bransonmo.gov/agendacenter.
For those wishing to attend or speak in person, face coverings are required in Branson City Hall without exception. To sign up to speak during the public comment portion of the meeting, enter your information at the provided kiosk outside the Council Chambers. As a reminder, no sign-up is required to speak during a specific agenda item discussion.