Blair County will spend nearly $25-thousand to replace outdated phone systems in the offices of five district magistrates.
County leaders selected Morefield Communications to complete the job at their meeting on Tuesday. Court Administrator Janice Meadows planned to purchase a system last month from a state contract, but Commissioner Diane Meling wanted to seek outside bids.
Commissioner Terry Tomassetti says the process ensured the county was getting the best price – especially in a competitive marketplace.
Meadows says the offices currently have individualized phone systems that drop calls and don’t communicate with each other. The project will be funded through the county’s 2011 capital bond issue.
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