Due to an executive order from Gov. Bill Lee, the city of Brentwood will hold its scheduled City Commission meeting as planned via a livestreaming website.

In order to help limit the spread of coronavirus, local and state officials are calling to prohibit groups of larger than 10 people from meeting. The executive order from the governor lifts restrictions that a quorum must be present for the meeting to be held, but it does still require the meeting to be livestreamed, or a least be made available for the public to watch in no more than two business days.

According to an announcement from the city of Brentwood, at least three city commissioners are expected to attend the meeting in person, while the rest are expected to call in to participate.

A full agenda for tonight's meeting can be found here.

The meeting will begin at 7 p.m., and residents can watch the meeting live on the city's website.