At last night’s joint meeting with the Boards of Finance and Selectmen, the Board of Finance per the Governor’s Order approved the Budget. In this 4 hour meeting, much debate and discussion took place with the Town Attorney helping to guide the Boards through their actions. If you are interested in the preceding please feel free to watch the video here…https://youtu.be/sSB6XJvvZwk
NORTH STONINGTON – As part of the Emergency Declaration in Connecticut, Governor Ned Lamont authorized public education and public meetings to take place remotely.
The Milltown Monitor has taken the lead and made it possible for remote access to some of North Stonington’s public meetings using free YouTube subscriptions.
Here’s how you can “attend” a public meeting from your home, using your computer, your tablet, or even your phone.
1. From milltownmonitor.com, click on YouTube link that says “Subscribe to YouTube Channel.”
(You can also go to YouTube and, in the YouTube search bar, type Milltown Monitor. There’s a red button there that says Subscribe.)
2. Subscribe to Youtube:
First, you must have a Google account, which is free.
Once you have established a Google account, and are signed in to YouTube,
you click Subscribe to join Milltown Monitor’s YouTube Channel.
3. The Milltown Monitor’s subscribers page comes up.
4. The videos are displayed with the newest first, at the top left. Fifteen minutes before the meeting is scheduled to begin, a placeholder will be displayed saying, “Broadcast Will Begin Shortly.”
5. Once the meeting is underway and the video/audio stream is live, you will see, at the bottom of your screen on the right, a chat message board where you may send your comment.
6. Your comment will be seen by Milltown Monitor staff at the meeting a passed along to the board for response.
You are now participating in the public meeting process.
This is the Milltown Monitor’s method for remote attendance at this time. We are working with the governor’s office to find a free way to get more involvement using Zoom or Webex meeting platforms.
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