City of Nanaimo creates new voting record tool

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The City of Nanaimo has made it easier for residents to track councillors’ votes. The new council voting record dashboard allows users to quickly check how councillors voted on motions going back to July 2020, rather than manually searching through meeting minutes. 

“Once the City’s website is upgraded to the newest version of eScribe, this dashboard will also provide links to the corresponding meeting agenda and archived video recording,” said Sheila Gurrie, director of legislative services for the city.

City staff created the dashboard following a motion put forward by council on July 6. Residents can search using a councillor’s name, meeting type, date and keywords here.

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