By Scott Davis
Staff Reporter 

City Council passes fixed network agreement


Last updated 10/7/2021 at 4:17pm

CHENEY -- The City Council authorized integrating Tantalus AMI meters to streamline the reading of electric and water usage after a successful six-month pilot program.

“This is a system where we can read our electric meters and our water meters and transmit that information back to the desktop,” Light Department Director Steve Marx said. “So, it’s remote read, new technology. We’re pretty excited about that back in the Light Department.”

The cost for the network will be $194,026, with additional maintenance and software upgrades for 2021.

The new equipment will cut “staffing...

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