The Lee County Board of Supervisors is ready to become the latest governmental board to conduct paperless meetings.
County Auditor Anne Pedersen brought up the idea of paperless meetings during the board's most recent workshop.
The board meets at least 4 times each month. Pedersen says it takes a lot of time, paper, and ink to print documents for each of the five supervisors for each meeting.
The supervisors supported Pedersen’s recommendation to purchase electronic readers.