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Council approves software for video of meetings, videos

Lebanon residents will soon be able to view City Council meetings on the city’s website. The City Council, at Monday night’s meeting, approved the purchase of CivicClerk agenda software for $5,700 annually. Deputy City Clerk Lacey Brackett said this will allow the city to centralize meeting information and video directly on the city website. Citizens will be able to watch live City Council meetings from one location on the site. “What this software does is centralize all our meeting agendas, videos at one location on our website,” Brackett said. “It’s also going to give us the capability to embed our live streaming video in this area as well.”