As it prepares to move to Clarkston High School, the local public access channel bought six new cameras for $13,000 at overstockdigital.com.
"We wanted to get some less technical cameras for students and the public to use. The six new cameras will be simpler with less buttons and they will also be sturdier," said Independence Township Pat Kittle.
Kittle said the township also plans to spend about $70,000 to upgrade the main meeting room at the school administration building on Clarkston Road, in which the Board of Education meets.
Independence Television (ITV) plans to record and air school board meetings, but some work needs to be done to fix technical equipment.
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