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Rhinelander City Council Looks to Save Paper Submitted: 01/08/2013
Rhinelander - Last night, the Rhinelander city council moved a step closer to ripping paper out of its budget.

The financial committee agreed moving toward technology is the smarter choice.

Hundreds of pages of paper are used at every monthly city council meeting.

City administrator Blaine Oborn said using technology is faster, cheaper, and more effective. Tech-savvy members were ready to move on from paper.

They're also prepared to help others get up-to-date on the technology that will replace it.

The full city council will finalize the switch next Monday.

Written By: Newswatch 12 News Team

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