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For Web-ready council, paper is so last century

For Web-ready council, paper is so last century
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / December 27, 2010

Here’s a holiday gift for the government gadfly who just can’t get enough consent agendas, hearing orders, and nonbinding resolutions: The Boston City Council is going paperless.

It means that all the council’s work — every committee report, every 17F request for city data, every “whereas’’ — will be instantly available on the Internet.

But wait, there’s more.


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