Here are the official notes from the meeting. The petitions regarding video archives, social media, and a public records point person were all referred to the Rules and Legislative Affairs Committee (George Russell/Bill Eddy/Joe O’Brien).
The fourth petition, asking that the City Council generally “support the passage of state legislation to promote freedom of information, open government, and accessible public records” was adopted in the form of a written resolution [PDF], 11-0. “Councilor O’Brien moved to adopt the Resolution as submitted by the petitioner – Resolution adopted on a roll
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call vote of 11 Yeas and 0 Nays. Referred to Rules and Legislative Affairs Committee for informational purposes only.”
(Yes, I am a bit disoriented in the video above. There was a well-attended recognition of Herb Adams at the beginning of the meeting, and we were still standing in the hall, waiting for the crowd to clear out, when we heard the Mayor announce that the first of our petitions was under consideration.)