Council agrees to purchase Laserfiche records management software system


DAWSONVILLE, Ga. —  In the final meeting before the Christmas Holiday, City Council voted unanimously Monday (Dec. 21) to purchase a records management software system from Laserfiche through MCCI at a cost of $19,152.50 with an annual service cost of $3,695 .

City Clerk Beverly Bannister requested the purchase which includes set up, training and ongoing assistance. Mayor Mike Eason said, “It’s going to enhance our capability to find documents and provide information to the public and to counsel.”

Councilman Stephen Tolson presented a review of city-owned lease properties, including the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame Museum and the Distillery and recommended the lease at the Museum be increased from $400 to $500 per month plus 5 percent of revenue. He also recommended an increase from $3,000 a month to $4,500 a month to lease the Distillery.

Councilman Caleb Phillips, who was appointed Mayor Pro Tempore for 2021 during the meeting, made a motion that was unanimously approved to table the issue until the next meeting.

Council also approved the final plat for Oakdale Subdivision located near Allen Street and Memory Lane before adjourning until the New Year.

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