After a year of meeting via Zoom, the Cheyenne City Council will resume in-person meetings at the municipal building starting Monday, April 12, the city announced Thursday.

"It was kind of an adjustment at the beginning of this," city spokesman Michael Skinner told KGAB Radio. "I'm sure there will be a small transition period as we get back and return to in-person (but) we're excited to go back."

To protect the well-being of the community, the city asks that attendees wear masks, socially distance, practice good hand hygiene and stay home if they're not feeling well.

Skinner says the meetings will still be available via Zoom for those unable to attend in person.

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