Menlo Park Closed Session Meeting at 5PM Today. About Who Knows What? This is the Power of a Gang of 3.

By Michael G. Stogner

Update: 5:02 PM The Zoom Information provided by the City did not work.

This meeting was originally planned for yesterday when only 3 council members could attend.


Date: 10/13/2021
Time: 5:00 p.m.
Special Meeting Location: – ID# 843 5347 5661

Consistent with Government Code section 54953(e), and in light of the declared state of emergency, the meeting will not be physically open to the public and all members will be teleconferencing into the meeting via a virtual platform. To maximize public safety while still maintaining transparency and public access, members of the public can listen to the meeting and participate using the following methods.

  • How to participate in the meeting
    • Submit a written comment online up to 1-hour before the meeting start time:*
    • Access the meeting real-time online at: – Meeting ID 843 5347 5661
    • Access the meeting real-time via telephone at: (669) 900-6833
      Meeting ID 843 5347 5661 Press *9 to raise hand to speak *Written public comments are accepted up to 1-hour before the meeting start time. Written messages are provided to the City Council at the appropriate time in their meeting.
  • Watch meeting:
    • Cable television subscriber in Menlo Park, East Palo Alto, Atherton, and Palo Alto: Channel 26
    • Online: Note: City Council closed sessions are not broadcast online or on television and public participation is limited to the beginning of closed session. Subject to Change: Given the current public health emergency and the rapidly evolving federal, state, county and local orders, the format of this meeting may be altered or the meeting may be canceled. You may check on the status of the meeting by visiting the City’s website The instructions for logging on to the webinar and/or the access code is subject to change. If you have difficulty accessing the webinar, please check the latest online edition of the posted agenda for updated information (
      According to City Council policy, all meetings of the City Council are to end by midnight unless there is a super majority vote taken by 11:00 p.m. to extend the meeting and identify the items to be considered after 11:00 p.m.

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