Council members Fazlul Kabir and Denise Mitchell hosted the Zoom town hall.
The council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night acknowledging the systemic and structural racism in the city.
The revised plans call for trees to be trimmed every four to five years.
Some city services were deemed essential.
The apartment buildings have become too expensive to maintain as of late, the city's park and planning director said.
In all, 61 students are running for executive and legislative positions on the body.
The council passed two ordinances related to the project 7-1 on Tuesday.
It's part of the city’s latest efforts to encourage “social distancing” to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The community space will be in North College Park.