August 26, 2009 in General

By Ariel Zangla
Freeman staff
Published: Tuesday, August 25, 2009

CATSKILL - A Coxsackie firm will be paid $1,500 to assess the village's computer systems and future needs in all areas except the police department.

During a meeting Monday, the Village Board agreed to hire Intelligent Technology Solutions to perform a complete initial assessment of the municipality's computer hardware and software. The company would then provide the village with a five-year plan that would identify things such as when equipment might need to be replaced so it can be included in the municipality's budget, village President Vincent Seeley said. He added that the company would update the plan annually.


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