LA City Council Considers Holding Virtual Meeting Friday Amid Protests


The Los Angeles City Council may conduct Friday’s meeting virtually after both of its meetings this week were either delayed or adjourned due to protests calling for three of its members to resign over a leaked tape that included racist comments and political maneuvering over redistricting.

Acting Council President Mitch O’Farrell’s office was considering its options and expected to release more information later Wednesday on how the meeting would take place, a spokesperson told City News Service.

A representative from the city clerk’s office told City News Service that Friday’s meeting taking place remotely was “a possibility.”



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