Initial Report: COVID-19 Findings and Recommendations

Public Notice

Food Security Council Public Meeting

In compliance with Executive Order 2020-154, Alternative means to conduct government business during the COVID-19 Pandemic, a meeting with a public body may be held electronically to assist in slowing the spread of the virus.

Executive Order 2020-167: Food Security Council, explains, “Food insecurity is a pressing and persistent problem in Michigan. Despite the tireless work of numerous individuals and groups, many Michigan residents continue to live without reliable, daily access to an adequate amount of affordable, nutritious food.” It went on to explain, “Food insecurity is a pressing and persistent problem in Michigan. Despite the tireless work of numerous individuals and groups, many Michigan residents continue to live without reliable, daily access to an adequate amount of affordable, nutritious food.” Therefore, a Food Security Council was created and will be conducting meetings according to the Open Meetings Act.

In accordance with Governor Whitmer’s executive order the Food Security Council will be conducting open meetings.

To participate in the public commenting process at any Food Security Council meeting, please submit an email to kdebow@fbcmich.org before noon on the Monday preceding the Tuesday meeting date. You may either submit your comments via email, and they will be read into the record, or if you wish to speak at the meeting, you will be placed on a list to speak when the “Public Comment” item on the agenda is announced for that meeting. The list will be in order of emails received. When your name is called during the Food Security Council meeting, you will have three minutes to offer your public comment for the record.


 

Date Time Call-in Number Conference ID Minutes
09/01/2020
Agenda
1 – 2 PM 1-248-509-0316 737 488 239# September 1, 2020
09/15/2020
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-248-509-0316 113 125 041# September 15, 2020
09/29/2020
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-248-509-0316 840 629 065# September 29, 2020
10/13/2020
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-248-509-0316 342 941 185# October 13, 2020
10/27/2020
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-248-509-0316 306 261 331# October 27, 2020
12/8/2020
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-6799 89081937542# December 8, 2020
1/12/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-6799 87906196040# January 12, 2021
2/9/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-6799 83102612099# February 9, 2021
3/9/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-6799 85262067729# March 9, 2021
4/13/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
82395473576#
April 13, 2021
5/11/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
82395473576#
May 11, 2021
6/8/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
897 6697 8110
June 8, 2021
8/10/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
810 7548 4253
August 10, 2021
10/12/2021 1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
854 1732 3404
October 12, 2021
11/9/2021
Agenda
1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
848 6340 0536
1/11/2022 1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
824 6809 8256
2/8/2022 1 – 3 PM 1-312-626-67996 Zoom link
812 9004 5638

Persons with disabilities may participate by the call in option above or by emailing an accommodation request to Katie @ kdebow@fbcmich.org with the subject line reading Public Meeting Accommodation Request

Food Security Council Meeting - October 12, 2021

Food Security Council Meeting - August 10, 2021

Food Security Council Meeting - June, 2021

Food Security Council Meeting - 5/11/2021

Food Security Council Meeting - 4/13/2021

Food Security Council Meeting - 3/9/2021

Food Security Council Meeting - 2/9/2021

Food Security Council Meeting - 1/12/2021

Food Security Council Meeting - 12/08/2020

Food Security Council Meeting - 10/27/2020

Food Security Council Meeting - 10/13/2020

Food Security Council Meeting - 9/29/2020

Food Security Council Meeting - 9/15/2020

Food Security Council Meeting - 9/1/2020

In compliance with Executive Order 2020-154, Alternative means to conduct government business during the COVID-19 Pandemic, a meeting with a public body may be held electronically to assist in slowing the spread of the virus.

Executive Order 2020-167: Food Security Council, explains, “Food insecurity is a pressing and persistent problem in Michigan. Despite the tireless work of numerous individuals and groups, many Michigan residents continue to live without reliable, daily access to an adequate amount of affordable, nutritious food.” It went on to explain, “Food insecurity is a pressing and persistent problem in Michigan. Despite the tireless work of numerous individuals and groups, many Michigan residents continue to live without reliable, daily access to an adequate amount of affordable, nutritious food.” Therefore, a Food Security Council was created and will be conducting meetings according to the Open Meetings Act.