In an effort to maintain transparency and allow residents more access to meetings, Woodlands County is looking to upgrade its video conferencing equipment.
This week, council discussed upgrading equipment for all meeting rooms in the Administration building so meetings can continue to be streamed for residents to watch once council gets back in chambers.
Woodlands County Mayor, John Burrows, says since the meetings have become streamed due to the pandemic, they have received positive feedback on that from the public.
The total costs of upgrades are set to not exceed $75,000, according to Administration.
Council decided upgrades are a good idea but, due to budget concerns, have pushed the item and funding to 2021 budget discussions.