Action was taken on upgrading the Information Technology (IT) components required for city operation at the June 2 meeting of the Chilton Common Council.

When the council acted to approve the IT work to be performed by Heartland Business Systems, how to fund the upgrade was not addressed. The council approved the transfer of $70,000 from seven other non-lapsing fund accounts into the Data Processing – Capital non-lapsing fund account.

Additionally, the council also approved Heartland’s proposal for a new domain controller, onsite backup, uninterruptable power supply, and labor for $51,912. The location of the new equipment also requires proper environmental conditions. The council also approved the Pethan’s Refrigeration and Air Services quote for $4,735, plus additional electrical requirements for an estimated $3,500.

(Please see the June 25 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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