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Lancaster City Council may not follow the lead of two other local governing bodies in terms of its paper usage for meetings.
At its May 26 meeting, council members discussed using electronic agendas instead of the paper agendas they use now. The possible switch is billed as a cost-saving measure.
County Council and Lancaster County school board have both moved toward electronic agenda packets.
“I thought we should follow the lead of what County Council is doing,” City Councilwoman Linda Blackmon-Brace said.
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