Michigan township board meeting 'Zoom-bombed' with inappropriate behavior

GROSSE ILE, Mich. — A video meeting of the Grosse Ile Township board of trustees was cut short Monday night after multiple people made inappropriate racially or sexually charged remarks during the public comment period.Brian Loftus, township supervisor, said Monday’s session was the first township board meeting held via Zoom, the video conferencing technology. While he hailed Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for giving government boards flexibility to hold remote meetings during the coronavirus outbreak, the technology was a bit hard to handle that first time.“It was a learning experience for everybody,”...


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