A small city is about to open its doors to the world wide web.
Today, the South El Monte City Council will vote on approving a contract with a company that will live stream council meetings onto the city’s Web site.
However, it will only be the audio.
The price tag will be $18,920, and an $815 monthly maintenance. The agreement will be with Granicus, Inc., a company used by other cities such as El Monte and now Rosemead.
As more and more cities move toward getting their meetings online, West Covina in July decided to cut off its broadcasts online and the television as a measure to save money during a deficit.