Live streaming, on-demand video offer citizens new ways to follow City of Spring Hill meetings.
If you can’t make it to City of Spring Hill public meetings, you now have the option of watching them online.
The City of Spring Hill is proud to announce the launch of Live Streaming and On-Demand Video of our Board of Mayor & Aldermen (BOMA) and Municipal Planning Commission meetings. Live streaming officially launched at the Sept. 5 BOMA Work Session.
“As a board, we have been working toward this goal for a very long time and we are excited to now make our meetings readily available to the public in a format that makes it easy for our citizens to stay abreast of City issues without having to physically attend a meeting,” Mayor Rick Graham said.
“The video quality is very clear, and the on-demand videos come with an added perk – being able to click an agenda item you’re interested in to jump to that portion of the board’s discussion. We encourage all citizens to attend our meetings, but, if you can’t, we hope you’ll make good use of this effective new tool.”
After each live stream broadcast, the recorded video will be archived on our website the following day and fully indexed with the meeting agenda. Simply click the agenda item of your choice to immediately view that segment of the meeting where it was discussed by the board.
A fixed, three-camera video system in the City Hall courtroom is capable of recording and live-streaming any public meetings that occur in that room. As Transportation Advisory Committee meetings are currently being held in the courtroom. Other city committee meetings held in the City Hall conference room will not be live streamed or available on-demand for now.
The video streaming/archiving system is operated by the City of Spring Hill Communications Department, and powered by Nashville-based Champion Data Systems (CHAMP) through an exciting pilot program with the City.