During the Oct. 1 meeting of the Chilton Common Council, concerns were expressed regarding the current internet/technology (IT) system used in the city.

Officials said much of the existing computer equipment is in excess of six years old, which is considered near end-of-life. The existing IT system puts at risk many of the files required for Police and Fire Department work, they said. Specifically, Police Chief Craig Plehn noted that back-up files are at risk and crime evidence is also at risk. Additionally, with the potential of body and car cameras in the future, they require more data storage, which is currently not available.
(Please see the October 10  issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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