PABLO — The April 3 quarterly meeting will be the first live streamed meeting by Tribal Council.
With a live broadcast, there are some new precautions for people who attend. Those who attend need to be warned of a few things.
The cameras will be focused on Council and presenters to Council, however, anyone near those broadcast areas will show up on camera. Anyone who speaks during the meeting will also be broadcast.
This is a test run of broadcasting meetings for Tribal Council. Anyone in attendance needs to be aware of the changes. Signs will be placed at the entrance to Council chambers to remind everyone of the livestreaming of the meeting.
Information on exact links will be shared when finalized. To watch the meeting, people will need a device (PC, tablet, smart phone) with Internet access to view the live video feed of the meeting. This is an effort to allow business to be conducted while keeping groups small as advised by the CDC. Council would like to offer praise to those practicing social distancing and those who are diligent about frequent hand washing.
People may attend the quarterly in person, however, council strongly encourages everyone to watch from home. Those who do attend will be asked to follow social distancing practices like keeping six feet apart even while sitting.
No lunch will be served at the quarterly.
Read more on Social Distancing on page 10.