It’s Mayor Roger Hernandez’s first complete meeting as Mayor, and the very last thing on the agenda he is considering bringing back the cable broadcasts:
ITEM NO. I – 1
DATE December 2, 2008
TO: Andrew G. Pasmant, City Manager
and City Council
FROM: Chris Freeland, Assistant to the City Manager
SUBJECT: REQUEST FROM MAYOR ROGER HERNNDEZ REQUESTING THE CITY COUNCIL CONSIDER DEVELOPING A NO-COST CABLE TELEVISION PRODUCTION ASSISTANT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
It is recommended that the City Council direct staff accordingly.
Per the City Council Standing Rules, Mayor Roger Hernndez is seeking the City Council’s consensus to instruct staff to prepare a staff report on the development of a no-cost cable television production assistant program. The interns will be responsible for operating the cable television equipment to air the City Council meetings live to cable television subscribers. Mayor Hernndez is requesting that City staff look into the steps necessary to provide live City Council meetings on cable television utilizing volunteers and Public, Educational, & Government (PEG) funds only.
Any fiscal impact will be dependent on direction taken by the City Council.