City changes website vendors, plans update

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Posted: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 8:41 am | Updated: 12:58 pm, Wed Jul 27, 2011.

The city's website will have a new look as well as more user friendly features after the city redesigns the site through its new provider, CivicPlus.

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  • ANewResident posted at 7:00 pm on Wed, Aug 3, 2011.

    ANewResident Posts: 2

    This is unbelievable! $50k to redesign the website when the current site is perfectly acceptable?

    I’ve looked at the CivicPlus website and their work doesn’t look half as good as what we have now. I find it hard to believe that in these tough economic times that this is a top priority for spending city funds.

    Surely there is a way to just improve what we already have. This is a waste of tax payers $.[angry]

     
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