Technology failure means no Youtube video available for Tuesday’s very short council meeting; UPDATE, minutes now posted

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There will be no YouTube video posted on the Maplewood city website of the April 9 city council meeting due to “another technology failure,” City Manager Amber Withycombe said in an email.

Withycombe said the failure was “related to the connection between the video camera and the Zoom feed. The 13-minute Zoom recording did not capture any sound or camera feed from the video camera.” The minutes should be posted early next week.

Here’s the meeting agenda.

She said the city is trouble-shooting by setting up mock meetings to ensure the issue is corrected before the April 23 meeting. Also, the distribution of an RFP to prospective vendors for installation of a new A/V and broadcast system in council chambers is being expedited. Resources for the upgrade is in the FY25 budget.

UPDATE: The meeting minutes for the April 9 Maplewood Council meeting were posted on the city website on April 16. Every item in the agenda was covered in the 12-13 minute long meeting. All five resolutions were passed 7-0, one bill also passed 7-0, and one ordinance was given its first reading.

 

10 COMMENTS

  1. Let’s leave Knapper alone now. She was defeated in a fair election. Leave her some dignity and quit picking on her. Continued knit-picking about the past following an election is reminiscent of a past sore looser in a national election.

    • Uh-huh…she sacrificed her dignity when she blamed her loss on “white supremacy”, bullied a council member into an “endorsement,” and then scrubbed all of her socials in hopes that nothing would come back to haunt her later when she no doubt runs for higher office. Had Barry done any of that, we’d be hearing about it for YEARS.

    • Continued knit-picking about the past following an election is reminiscent of a past sore looser in a national election. 2016 or 2020 election looser?

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