"Just tried to watch the meeting. No broadcast - the 'streamer stopped streaming.'" - comment
There was a good comment last night about the City Manager's difficulties grasping the concept of transparency. It is related to the previous meeting's browbeating of the City Clerk by the dude portion of the City Council.
After 100 plus years, the council is considering to switch from narrative minutes to action minutes of the city council meetings. This means that you will only be able to read the motions and their results for the council meetings, not the discussion or audience comments. They say it is to save time for the city clerk who would ordinarily spend several hours doing narrative minutes. It so means you would have to go to the tape itself to get a feel and information of an issue being discussed. So much for increased transparency, as Elaine likes to brag about.
To be able to know what went on at a meetings months before, and not know exactly what meeting it was, you'll have to watch tapes of several meetings to be able to pinpoint what meeting it was, and the discussion that led up to the decision. Take my word for it, I've had experience of looking at city council action minutes before since some cities are doing them, and it isn't easy or fun.
The rest is going to have to come from you.