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COW offers to hoof bill to webcast council meetings

Original post made by Andrea Gemmet, Almanac staff writer, on Feb 22, 2007

Citizens of Woodside, Inc., the anonymous watchdog organization that runs a Web site/blog at Web Link has offered to pay for a year of webcasting service for town meetings.

An account of the COW courier's attempt last week to hand Woodside Town Manager Susan George a check for $31,045, to be used for webcasting meeting only, is posted here: Web Link .

Ms. George is set to give an account of what happened to the Woodside Town Council at the Tuesday, Feb. 27, meeting. The council meets at 7:30 p.m. in Independence Hall, 2955 Woodside Road.

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