What if I have technical difficulties viewing the meeting?

Anyone who experiences technical difficulties will have an opportunity to make a technology objection before the Plan Commission makes their final decision.  

Technology objections are any objections to the Plan Commission’s proceedings based solely on the failure to access the hearing due to a failure of technology (i.e., internet failure, inability to log into the meeting, etc.). Within seven (7) calendar days of the meeting at which the proofs (the evidence and testimony) is closed, members of the public must submit in writing to commdev@itasca.com or Village of Itasca, Community Development Department, 550 W. Irving Park Rd., Itasca, IL 60143, explaining in detail any technology objection. The petitioner, any interested party, or the Village may respond to the technology objection by three (3) calendar days before the next Plan Commission meeting. The Plan Commission shall hear any technology objections submitted in the interim at its next meeting and, at that point, either reopen proofs or move to a final recommendation to the Village Board.

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1. What is Haymarket requesting?
2. How long is a Plan Commission Public Hearing?
3. Why was there such a long break between meetings?
4. Will the public hearing be conducted differently because of COVID?
5. Can I still attend the meeting in person?
6. At the meeting in Dec. 2019, Dr. Lustig and Mr. Baldwin were answering questions from the public. Due to time restrictions, I was unable to ask my question. Can I still ask these witnesses a question?
7. Will the public have an opportunity to ask questions or make comments on the case?
8. What is an “Interested Party” and how do I become one?
9. Have future public hearing dates been set?
10. Is the Plan Commission’s decision final?
11. Can I just wait to testify at the Village Board meeting?
12. How can I watch the meeting?
13. What if I have technical difficulties viewing the meeting?