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Security cameras, video conferencing approved by commission

The Barton County Office Building at 12th and Kansas will be under constant surveillance after the installation of a high-definition digital video camera system. The County Commission approved the $16,500 project at its meeting Monday morning.
Included in the system are both indoor and outdoor cameras covering the Barton County Extension Council, Court Services, Community Corrections and the Juvenile Services offices with a monitoring system at the Barton County Communications Center. The work will be done by NexTech.
“We were looking at a system similar to the one at the courthouse,” John Debes, county information technology director, told the ...


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