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Poulsbo City Council live on your computer

March 6th, 2012 by brynn grimley

Brynn writes:

Saying “the public should always have the ability to see their government in action,” Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson sent an email last week about a new enhancement the city is offering on its website.

If you ever miss a Poulsbo City Council meeting, or if you’re like me and live outside the BKAT area that broadcasts the meetings, you’re now in luck — the city will begin hosting the meetings on its website for people to watch. The council’s Feb. 15 and Feb. 22 meetings are already up on the site.

Eventually the city hopes to stream its meetings as they’re happening. Erickson said this is not to take away from the BKAT broadcast, but is instead seen as an enhancement.

To see the videos go to the city’s homepage, and look for the “Community Resources” tab at the bottom right of the homepage. The videos are available there. The direct link is:

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One Response to “Poulsbo City Council live on your computer”

  1. Sally Santana Says:

    Hot dog!!!

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