Refitting city commission chambers to allow for live or taped video of its two monthly regular meetings could cost more than $100,000, the city says.
The commission is set to discuss the idea at Tuesday’s regular meeting. New Commissioner David Merker, who’d discussed the idea during his campaign, requested the new agenda item.
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How some area cities broadcast council or commission meetings:
No video. Audio available on demand on the city’s website: Boynton Beach, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter
Televised live on county TV and also replayed later. Also streamed live on website and available on demand: Palm Beach County
Televised live on city TV and also replayed later. Also available on demand on website: West Palm Beach, Royal Palm Beach
Televised live on city TV. Also available on demand on website: Boca Raton, Riviera Beach
Video streamed live on website and also available on demand: Lake Worth
Source: Area clerks.