Findlay And Hancock County Look At Sharing Data
The City of Findlay and the Hancock County Commissioners are talking about upgrading to the same data recording software. Findlay safety director Paul Schmelzer explained that the new system from Tyler Technologies is an improvement over the current system.
He added that the system will allow data entry on the field to save time and make more accurate records. County Commissioner Mark Gazarek said it makes sense for the city and county buy in together.
Before moving forward, the commissioners want to look at how payments will be made. The system will cost the county $400,000 and the city will pay around $700,000. Both entities want that cost broken up over the 2018 and 2019 budgets.