Story as aired: The resolution goes into effect immediately. The resolution states: electronic recordings provide for openness and transparency of government and a safeguard for the development of minutes and summaries which are the official records of meetings and work sessions. At the October 19, Kenai City Council meeting a resolution to enact a policy to do so passed, with opposing votes from council members Henry Knackstedt and Jim Glendening. One amendment was made to the resolution by council member Bob Molloy with unanimous consent, to read that work sessions held outdoors “should not be recorded if it’s not practicable.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The City of Kenai has established a policy to make video and audio recordings of all council and work sessions. The City of Kenai has a practice for electronic recording of City Council meetings, but there is no written policy or other established procedures regarding the electronic recording of City Council meetings, work sessions and joint work sessions with Commissions.