Lee County Officials eye $43,000 mic system
But bidding process in question
DIXON – Many Lee County Board members want their voices to be heard – literally.
On Tuesday, member Rick Ketchum, D-Amboy, proposed spending $43,000 on a new microphone and voting system. The annual maintenance contract would be $4,300 after the first year.
The system involves wireless microphones, which pick up sound easier, unlike the current system, which requires cords. The new equipment would electronically records members' votes, making it easier for the county clerk's office to keep minutes.
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