The City of Tonawanda may now have it's own version of C-SPAN.
Tuesday's Common Council meeting had the largest attendance of any meeting in recent memory. Most residents were there to protest the council's decision last month to remove four stop signs along Fletcher Street.
Anticipating the large turnout was Brian Jopp, a city resident who runs a video production company called Ghostline Entertainment. Jopp asked city officials if he could live stream Tuesday's meeting over the internet and they agreed.
Jopp, who ran for a council seat in 2013, said 150 people viewed the live stream, which ran for nearly 90 minutes as residents expressed concerns to the council over the stop signs and other issues. Jopp said he would like to live stream other council meetings in the future.
A recording of Tuesday's meeting was uploaded to YouTube: