Flooding Temporarily Disables Access To Council Chamber Broadcasts

Online stream of last night's meeting might be available as late as next week.

Flooding at Fullerton City Hall forced the City Council to move its regular meeting to the Fullerton Public Library Tuesday.
Chi-Chung Keung, the city’s public information officer, blamed the flooding on a burst pipe on the first floor.
“We believe a pipe burst at the back conference room in City Hall during the night,” he said to The Fullertonian. “A crew is already on site to clear off the water residues and affected offices have been relocated.”
The flooding affected the Council Chambers as well as the video equipment used to broadcast City Council meetings. This prompted the City to announce that Tuesday’s meeting would not be broadcast live on cable channel 3 nor streamed on the city’s website. Instead, crews filmed the City Council proceedings at the Library’s Conference Room.
Video from Tuesday’s City Council meeting will likely be available on Thursday at the earliest, while it might be posted online as late as Monday.
Check out thefullertonian.com for more updates about this incident at City Hall.
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