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Cypress City Council calls emergency meeting

According to its published agenda, the Cypress City Council has called an emergency meeting for Thursday, June 4, at 1 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

It will be a closed session meeting to consider “Threat to Public Services or Facilities Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957(a).”

That section of the California Code allows local entities to meet in closed session “on matters posing a threat to the security of public buildings, a threat to the security of essential public services, including water, drinking water, wastewater treatment, natural gas service, and electric service, or a threat to the public’s right of access to public services or public facilities.”

No further information is available at this time.

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  1. Is this why they changed the Protest route? I think that only people who live in our city should be allowed to protest in this march. Maybe some rules of Protest should be defined?
    We have the Best Police Dept and officers in the State!

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