SEC. 2-229.  VIDEO AND AUDIO RECORDING, FILMING AND STILL PHOTOGRAPHY.
   (A)   Any person attending an open and public meeting of a policy body shall have the right to record the proceedings with an audio or video recorder or a still or motion picture camera, or to broadcast the proceedings, in the absence of a reasonable finding of the policy body that the recording or broadcast cannot continue without such noise, illumination or obstruction of view as to constitute a persistent disruption of the proceedings.
   (B)   Every policy body shall audio or video record every noticed regular or special meeting held in a city owned facility, except to the extent that such facility may not be available for technical or other reasons. All recordings will be archived in digital form at a centralized location on the city's website within 72 hours of such meeting. Each recording shall be a public record subject to inspection pursuant to the California Public Records Act.
(Ord. No. 2948)