After Thursday's "Mayor's Message,' the city of Kingston's Common Council meeting took place.
It was riveting. And, after watching the clips below, you'll agree that I don't know the meaning of the word "riveting."
I enlisted a reluctant Paul Kirby (he was working on a report, after all) to explain to me what was happening while the meeting was taking place.
So if you go to the city of Kingston's Common Council meeting, these are some of the things you might witness (without the narration).
* Resolution to hire a person to rescue kitty cats for $2,000. Passed.
* Resolution to appoint Clark Richters to lead Public Access. Passed.
* How to speed things up. All passed (really fast).