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Digitizing meeting minutes allows community members more access to school board decisions.
Digitizing meeting minutes allows community members more access to school board decisions.
December 2, 2016

Custer Board of Education Transitions to Digital Records

The Custer School District’s Board of Education is now recording its board and meeting minutes online, reports the Custer County Chronicle. Taking digital notes had been attempted previously, however, concerns over the program halted the transition.

The current program selected by the board costs $1,700 annually and is easily accessible. The cost is comparable to what was previously spent on paper for recording minutes. Board members note that digitizing meeting minutes allows community members more access to school board decisions.

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