Board of Supervisors adopts paperless meeting technology



The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors is leveraging the power of the Internet to radically improve the governance process while saving time, taxpayer dollars and the environment.

According to Gena Hanks, the county’s executive secretary, this new eGovernance initiative will replace the old and costly method of compiling, printing, binding and distributing paper agenda packets by hand. It will also enable the organization to maximize the effectiveness of their board meetings with increased transparency.

Hanks also said it will provide a basis for better and more open communication with the public, while dramatically increasing productivity and saving thousands of dollars annually.

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