Sturgeon Bay Council Goes Paperless

The Sturgeon Bay City Council is following the lead of other governmental bodies by agreeing to go paperless. On Tuesday, the council approved a recommendation that five Apple iPads be purchased at a cost of $3,250. The iPads are intended to replace paper agendas & materials. Only five of the iPads are needed because the mayor & council members that are on the Sturgeon Bay Utility Commission are already using the devices. It has been noted that, besides the utilities, schools & other municipalities are using iPads to help make their meetings paperless.

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