Beginning Monday, September 11, anyone in the world will be able to watch Greenville City Council meetings whenever they want. The city will begin streaming their meetings live from the city's website. The city recently entered into a contract with California company Granicus to provide the service, which will also archive the meetings for up to one year. Staff is in the final stages of testing the system, which will also be used for the planning and zoning commission and the board of adjustment later in the month when those meetings are broadcast on the city's cable channel. Jacksonville is the only other city in Eastern Carolina to stream council meetings live.
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