Commerce residents desiring to keep an eye on what their mayor and city council are doing will soon have a new tool.
Commerce’s government will implement “Minute Traq,” a software program that, in addition to saving money and improving efficiency in City Hall, will also allow citizens fast and easy access to meeting minutes, agendas and the materials the city council uses to make decisions. It will also show how each council member votes on each issue and will have the past 10 years of meeting minutes archived.
“You’re going to love it,” promises city clerk Sandra Haggard. “Anyone wanting information about what’s happening on the city council will love it. The department heads love it too.”
The city expects to have the program running by its July 22 regular council meeting.
For the full story, see the July 3 edition of The Commerce News.
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