The A/V people have made it much easier to stay on top of Council proceedings Kudos to them

By Pepper Parr

February 6th, 2024

BURLINGTON, ON

 

We are quick to point out when council members and City staff are less than accountable or transparent.  That’s what responsible media do – we are not in business to make friends.

Some nice news.

The Audio visual people have added an very useful feature to the web casts.

Knowing what is being discussed during a web cast is useful.

Staff switches name plates while the A/V people reset the software being used.

What is really useful is know where they are in terms of the time line s0 that if you want to share the web cast with friends or when you are making comments – with this information you can be very precise.

Kudos whoever came up with this idea.  If Chad McDonald,the Executive Director of Information Technology, is handing out bonuses for above and beyond service – remember these guys.

 

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2 comments to The A/V people have made it much easier to stay on top of Council proceedings Kudos to them

  • Joe Gaetan

    Musical chairs is a fun game to play with friends or council members. The game is easy to play and requires few simple supplies. You can play musical chairs at city hall, at school, a birthday party, a club meeting, or just for fun with some of your friends. Once you learn the basics of musical chairs, you can try adding some variations to the traditional game for fun, or for more serious matters.

    • Eric Stern

      Many more people would watch the live streams if they just started taking a chair away each time the music started playing. A variation on Alberta’s municipal recall legislation.

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