For Immediate Release
August 27, 2020
Contact: Tanya Emery, Director of Community & Economic Development
Public Meetings to Discuss the Possible Deaccession of the Gomez Monument
start Wednesday, September 2
BANGOR, MAINE - The City of Bangor’s Commission on Cultural Development will hold public meetings on September 2, 17, and 30, at 9:00 AM to discuss the possible removal of the Gomez Monument. Public participation will be through remote means that include Zoom and the City’s live-streaming Facebook page. Anyone who wants to offer public comment must attend the meeting through Zoom or submit the comment at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting by emailing it to email@example.com.
Information on the Zoom meetings, including links, can be found by going to the City’s website, www.bangormaine.gov/calendar and by clicking on the meeting. Public comment through Zoom requires a person to state their name and address. Any inappropriate or offensive remarks may be removed or cause removal of the person making them. The public may be recognized to speak by using the hand wave function in Zoom or, on a phone, by pressing *9.
Any questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information for remote meetings can be found at www.bangormaine.gov/video.
The City of Bangor, Maine is a service center community of 33,039 residents and is the county seat of Penobscot County. Bangor is the major commercial and cultural center for much of northern and eastern Maine. The City is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. For information on City projects and news, see www.bangormaine.gov.