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Cheney to go to remote metering, incident calls


Last updated 12/11/2020 at 8:02am

CHENEY – A couple aspects of the city’s Light Department are scheduled to soon function on a remote basis.

At their last meeting in November, the City Council approved two pilot program purchases by the department – one for a new remote metering program and the other for a centralized incident call center program. Both approvals total $18,247, with the metering program the most expensive at $13,497.

According to Light Department Director Steve Marx, the metering program is a six-month agreement with Raleigh, N.C.-based Tantalus Systems, Inc. for their Advanced Metering Infrastructure,...

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