The Peachtree City Council has elected to keep the digital recordings of its meeting indefinitely.
Their decision Thursday night was a switch from the recommendation by city staff, which was to have the recordings ditched after one year. The Georgia Secretary of State’s office recommends they be purged after the minutes for that meeting are approved, according to Administrative Services Director Nikki Vrana.
Councilman Eric Imker said it’s not much trouble for the city to keep them indefinitely, just the cost of digital storage. Read More»