Worcester Commissioners Meetings Going Online

The Worcester County Commissioners’ meetings will be available for public online viewing soon, through a plan discussed recently.

From coverage in the Daily Times online:

The plan, approved March 3, calls for a single ceiling-mounted camera, one linked to a system that would have each commissioner push a button that signals when they wish to speak, according to county spokeswoman Kim Moses. There’s no defined cost yet, but the board has discussed budgeting $150,000 to $200,000 toward the expense.

The commissioners likely will decide at an upcoming meeting what equipment to purchase. From there, installation of hardware and configuration of software will be done in-house, and installed as soon as possible, Moses said. Videos will be uploaded to the county’s official website.

Read the full Daily Times article.


Michael Sanderson

Executive Director Maryland Association of Counties