Altoona's Codes, Ordinances Ready to Go Electronic

It will soon become much easier for citizens to obtain and review the ordinances, resolutions and codes that govern how the City of Altoona operates.
Council took the first step Wednesday night to make the process electronic. City clerk Linda Rickens-Schellhammer says the E-Coding process has been two years in the making.

Schellhammer says the document will made available through a link on the city’s website and hard copies will be kept at City Hall, the Altoona Library and the Blair County Courthouse.
Council will hold a public hearing and then take a vote on switching to the electronic format on June 12th

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