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Parkersburg City Council to receive tablets

Final cost will be $2,651

January 16, 2013

PARKERSBURG — City council members soon will be turning to their computer tablets for meeting agendas and information packets....

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Jan-16-13 10:05 PM

Wait until the power goes out(June 29th)and see just how far THAT one goes.Batteries only last so long,so after "The Powers That Be" to keep everyone "safe" goes dark,where will you be?Glad they have a new tool for a simple thing,but let's see the saving in black and white in a year.Plus,thing put in cyberspace NEVER goes away,can always be found.Guess when Shayn wanted a different comp.,THAT fact never dawned on a soul.

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Jan-16-13 1:20 PM

So glad our user fee is being used for this nonsense. :-) Saving paper.. lolol too funny.

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Jan-16-13 11:45 AM

to reduce paper? seriously $3,000.00 is a lot of paper... AND they are saying they'll still get paper copies anyway! Laughable.

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Jan-16-13 11:39 AM

speaking truth to power during social discourse is why i fought for our country, and pointing out hypocracy is a valid component of healthy debate

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Jan-16-13 11:03 AM

BakerKat - Get over it. The election is over and the people have spoken. Like it or not, he is still the Mayor of Parkersburg and will be highlighted when things like this occur.

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Jan-16-13 9:22 AM

lol you hypocrite. When Tallman wanted something to that effect you said what a waste. Now that it is seemingly "Newell's" idea its brilliant. Get a towel you are drooling again.

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