County ponders going paperless
A casual discussion near the end of the Sept. 3 Board of Supervisors meeting may cut down on the volume of paper that crosses officials’ desks.
Board president James Dunn asked county administrator Clifton Johnson to research ways to eliminate paper reports and other printed material that supervisors handle at each meeting.
“I would like to see a system put in place as soon as possible to do away with paper, “ Dunn said.
“We could have IPads and these reports could be projected,” he said, gesturing toward the screen in the courtroom.
Johnson agreed to look into Dunn’s idea.
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