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DateAgendaSummaryStaff HandoutsApproved MinutesAudio / Video
January 9, 2019
Regular Meeting
PDF (42MB) PDF (180KB) PDF (4MB)  YouTube
January 7, 2019
Work Session
PDF (34MB) PDF (167KB) PDF (8MB)  MP3 audio

Council Video Information

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Live broadcasts will begin five minutes before the Regular City Council meeting is called to order at 7:15 p.m., and are simucast live on our YouTube channel and Comcast Cable Channels 23 (Benton County) and 28 (Linn County).

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Archived videos from each City Council Regular Session are usually available no later than the Friday following each meeting date.

Viewers should have broadband service for best results. Older City Council video may require software capable of playing .wmv (Windows Media) files.

What are Regular Meetings?

The City Council generally holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month at 7:15 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 333 Broadalbin SW, Albany; but they may be held at another place if the Council designates.

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Four members of the City Council other than the Mayor must be present for the City Council to take action on any item. The Mayor presides over the City Council, but the Mayor only votes in the case of a 3 to 3 tie of the Council.

What are Work Sessions?

The City Council generally holds work sessions at 4:00 p.m. on Mondays that are followed by a regular Council meeting on Wednesday of the same week. 

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Council work sessions are designed to allow the Council to gain more in-depth knowledge of a particular subject and to have a chance to debate many of the pros and cons of an issue without coming to resolution or a decision on a matter.

Council work sessions are open to the public.