FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 17, 2020
Governor Whitmer Allows Remote Public Meetings and Administrative Hearings Until the End of the COVID-19 State of Emergency
Order provides temporary relief for certain administrative rules and procedures
LANSING, Mich. — Governor Whitmer today signed Executive Order 2020-154, which extends previous executive orders to provide temporary alternative means to conduct public meetings, conduct administrative proceedings, and provide the required notice under tax abatement statutes.
“COVID-19 is still present in Michigan, and I am committed to using every tool at my disposal to protect Michiganders from the virus,” said Governor Whitmer. “By consolidating and extending th
Under Executive Order 2020-154, all three previous orders are consolidated and extended to protect the public health and safety of Michiganders. The new order:
Executive Orders 2020-129, 2020-132 and 2020-141 are rescinded with Executive Order 2020-154 remaining in effect during any state of emergency or disaster associated with COVID-19, and for 28 days thereafter to the extent necessary for public bodies to schedule remote meetings and hearings.
To view Executive Order 2020-154, click the link below: