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The law, which was supported by the Association of Towns, the New York Conference of Mayors and the New York State School Boards Association, is intended to help safeguard public health during the ongoing pandemic, and continue the practice of holding meetings using Zoom and other video conferencing technology that has become ubiquitous since March 2020.