Arlington's civic engagement rings its bell once more, offering residents the old-school chance to participate in gritty local governance—face-to-face with power. The Arlington City Council is rolling up its sleeves for a day of back-to-back meetings on Tuesday, and the citizens of this locality are invited to attend in person.
Town hall expects to set chairs for those looking to grip the reins of democracy at 3:30 p.m. in the City Council Briefing Room and later at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber, as per the City of Arlington, Texas.
They're streaming the meet-ups live on the Web, and you can catch the broadcast sprawled on your couch or desk chair. For the homebodies and the out-of-towners, the digital window to the City Council is wide open through multiple channels—AT&T U-verse Channel 99, Spectrum Channel 16, or the one-and-only internet live-streaming—for a peek into the civic soiree, amped up with local democracy in high definition, according to the City of Arlington, Texas.