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Firm hired to redesign website

MAPLETON - Council here has chosen a firm to redesign the municipality’s website.

On April 11, council authorized staff to retain the services of eSolutions for municipal website re-design and implementation, up to a cost of $29,800.

 The company was one of nine firms submitting proposals for the redesign project and scored the highest on a six-part evaluation system.

“The proposed fee is in line with the expected fee for a project of this size,” noted a report from economic development coordinator Martin Bohl.

The re-design includes improving functionality for use with digital devices, customer service and resident engagement.

April 21, 2017


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