I want to use a few pictures to explain my issue to Council during Audience Participation at a City Council meeting. Do you have any restrictions on what can be shown?

Citizens are permitted to use the overhead projector in the Council Chambers during the Audience Participation section of the Council agenda providing the material has been submitted to the Communications Director for review by 4:30 p.m. the Wednesday before the requested City Council meeting. The material must be in compliance with the City’s Guidelines for Visual Presentations that can be found at the City’s website at www.scsmi.net/DocumentCenter/View/3958.

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1. What cable companies service the City of St. Clair Shores?
2. Can I view SCSTV, the City's government access station, on DirectTV or other satellite providers?
3. How do I file a video/cable complaint?
4. I missed the City Council meeting on cable last night, where can I view it on-demand.
5. I want to use a few pictures to explain my issue to Council during Audience Participation at a City Council meeting. Do you have any restrictions on what can be shown?
6. I understand that the City has additional rules/regulations for posting on the City's Facebook Page. Where can I find them?
7. I have a great idea for a new show for SCSTV. Who do I talk to about getting it produced?
8. Where can I find out about events happening in the city?