R.I. city council decides to go paperless

02/28/2013 | Patch.com

The Cranston, R.I., City Council plans to integrate laptops and tablets into meetings. The move is aimed at saving money and paper by eliminating paper agendas, which can be hundreds of pages long. The plan will cost as much as $4,000. Wi-Fi will be installed in council chambers.

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