Lake Worth spends about $26,000 for new TVs, cameras inside City Hall

LAKE WORTH — The project to make City Commission meeting more accessible to residents cost a little over $26,000, according to Ben Kerr, a city spokesman.

“This includes all the equipment and the man hours in installing as well as producing the recent commission meetings,” Kerr said. “This is significantly lower than many cities have spent on similar projects.”

The Palm Beach Post recently reported the city hired PrimeStar Digital Network, a live television production and streaming service provider, to install six flat-screen TVs and four cameras inside City Hall.

The company also improved the audio equipment and upgraded the website player the city uses to stream meetings.

Kerr said the goal is to make meetings more transparent.

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