Please join us tonight for our first remote City Council meeting, as authorized by Governor Gretchen Whitmer, due to COVID-19.

To join the Special City Council meeting scheduled for today at 6 p.m., please use one of the following options:

Option 1...
https://zoom.us/j/4144560744

Option 2...
https://zoom.us/join
Meeting ID: 414 456 0744

The Zoom application will need to be installed on your device.

There have now been at least 1,228 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Eastpointe since March. Everyone please Stay Home, Stay Safe, and Save Lives. Please treat this very seriously. At the City, we are continuously analyzing the situation regarding COVID-19.

All large events have been canceled (or postponed) in the City. City workers are being careful, and we are taking the necessary precautions to stay healthy.

Fortunately, vaccine distribution has begun. Firefighters in Eastpointe have started to receive vaccinations. For more information, visit the Macomb County Health Department's vaccine page, or the State's Vaccine Dashboard.

Recently, I posted about updating our Ethics Ordinance. I introduced a document outlining a few potential changes for the ordinance.

[UPDATE 4/5/2020: I have introduced a second document outlining a sampling of ethics/legal offenders in the Metro Detroit area]

At our last City Council meeting, we populated the Ethics Ordinance Ad Hoc Committee. The goal of the five-person committee is to propose changes to the City Council regarding the Ethics Ordinance. The committee consists of two City Councilpersons, myself and Councilman Rob Baker, and three residents: Mike Klinefelt, Gary Lippard Jr., and Walter Martin.

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