Back in October, we wrote about how some Connecticut towns were pulling down their websites when faced with complying with a new law that mandates that board minutes be posted within a certain amount of time after a meeting.
Wallingford Wired has an interesting story on that front:
Sometimes you just have to take matters into your own hands. Wallingford resident Jason Zandri did exactly that.
Zandri spent over 100 hours of his own time to develop a new web site, Wallingford, to pick up where the official town website leaves off. While his site should not be confused with the official town site, he has loaded it with a lot of information not found on the town site, including the minutes of the town meetings, budget info and a list of state lawmakers’ postal and e-mail addresses.