Bid deadline approaches for Algoma public access equipment

Those who watch the Algoma City Council and Kewaunee County Board meetings on cable will soon notice a sharper picture.  The City of Algoma is preparing to upgrade its audio-visual systems that telecast, record and transmit city and county governmental meetings and public affairs shows.  The upgrade is expected to cost about $60-thousand.   Algoma Deputy Treasurer Amber Shallow says the current equipment is at the end of its service life.


Bids for the City of Algoma's audio-visual systems upgrade are being accepted until the close of business Monday, March 18th.

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