Created on Monday, 24 May 2010 22:57
Montgomeryville residents will soon be able to see the meetings of their township supervisors on cable television. The first one was recorded for broadcast Monday night. It will be shown on the public access channels six times daily starting next Monday evening and will run until it is replaced by the recording of the June 14th meeting three weeks later. Township officials say this is a milestone in terms of bringing local government home for township residents. They are using a stationary camera mounted in the back of the meeting room to record the action in the most cost effective way.