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In an effort to practice social distancing, the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Staff will hold a virtual public informational meetings and hearings on:
Tuesday, January 26 at 7:00 p.m. - Border-to-Border Trail Public Informational Meeting - This trail segment begins at M-52 and Werkner Road and ends at the intersection of M-52 and Sibley Road, (1.5 miles).
Wednesday, January 27 at 7:00 p.m. - Border-to-Border Trail Public Informational Meeting - This trail segment begins at Dancer Road and Dexter-Chelsea Road and ends at the intersection of Wylie Road and Dexter-Chelsea Road, (1.5 miles).
Thursday, January 28 at 7:00 p.m. - Public hearing regarding a proposed Native American statue along the Border-to- Border Trail near Chelsea, MI - This public hearing meeting will discuss and solicit public feedback on a proposal to install a statue of a Native American women along the Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) northwest of Chelsea, MI.
Monday, February 1 at 7:00 p.m. - Border-to-Border Trail Public Informational Meeting - This public informational meeting will discuss an upcoming Border-to-Border Trail (B2B) project between Zeeb Road and Delhi Metropark in Scio Township.
To participate in the citizen participation portion of the live meeting you will need to join the Zoom meeting either by joining online or by dialing 1-312-626-6799, then enter Webinar ID.
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How do I join a Zoom meeting?You can join a meeting by clicking the meeting link or going to join.zoom.us and entering in the meeting ID. Learn more about joining a meeting.
How do I join computer/device audio?On most devices, you can join computer/device audio by clicking Join Audio, Join with Computer Audio, or Audio to access the audio settings. Learn more about connecting your audio.
Can I Use Bluetooth Headset?Yes, as long as the Bluetooth device is compatible with the computer or mobile device that you are using.
Do I have to have a webcam to join on Zoom?While you are not required to have a webcam to join a Zoom Meeting or Webinar, you will not be able to transmit video of yourself. You will continue to be able to listen and speak during the meeting, share your screen, and view the webcam video of other participants.
If you are registering or joining a webinar and haven’t received an email confirmation that’s for a panelist or alternative host, you are an attendee in the webinar. As an attendee, you can mute/unmute your audio, virtually raise your hand, and send messages to others.
Note: Some attendee controls won’t be available if disabled by the host. If you have additional controls not shown here, you may be a co-host or panelist in a webinar or an attendee in a meeting.
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To join the webinar, click the link that the host provided you or that you received in the confirmation page after you registered. If the host sent a registration confirmation email, the link can also be found there.
If the host hasn’t started broadcasting the webinar or is preparing using a practice session, you’ll receive the following message:
If you receive a message showing the date and time of the webinar, check the the date and start time of the webinar including the timezone. Make sure to join when the webinar starts.
Audio Settings (only visible if the host hasn’t granted you permission to talk): Change your audio settings. You can also click the upward arrow (^) next to change your speaker.
Unmute/Mute: If the host gives you permission, you can unmute and talk during the webinar. All participants will be able to hear you. If the host allows you to talk, you will receive a notification.Note: You can still access the audio settings by click on the ^ arrow next to the Unmute/Mute button.
Chat: Open in-meeting chat, allowing you to send chat messages to and send a message to the host, panelists, and attendees (if permitted).
Raise Hand: Raise your hand in the webinar to indicate that you need something from the host. The host may instruct you on how they plan to use this. Many webinar hosts use this feature to know if an attendee has a question and would like to speak out loud.
Question & Answer: Open the Q&A window, allowing you to ask questions to the host and panelists. They can either reply back to you via text in the Q&A window or answer your question live.
To ask a question:
As an attendee you can also like or comment on other attendee’s questions. This helps the host or participant identify popular questions, especially in a webinar with many attendees.
Leave meeting: Click Leave meeting to leave the webinar at any time. If you leave, you can rejoin if the webinar is still in progress, as long as the host has not locked the webinar.