Some in the City Council are looking to pump the brakes on New York’s reopening — at least for themselves.
Queens City Councilwoman Adrienne Adams has been trying to rustle up support among her colleagues to shut down in-person meetings for Council members, community boards, precinct community councils and other civic bodies.
“We are writing to you to request a reinstatement of the moratorium on in-person meetings within the State of New York due to the rising health concerns around the COVID-19 Delta variant,” Adams wrote in a draft letter to Gov. Hochul circulated among her colleagues this week. “Requiring these public meetings to be held
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