ROCHELLE — The Rochelle City Council approved a new phone system to be implemented at its regular meeting Monday night. The new phone system is expected to be in service by the end of the year.
The city’s current phone system is more than 10 years old. Council members voted 5-0 to approve the $133,175 price tag for the project, of which the Rochelle Township High School board voted last week to contribute $55,500 to be part of the new phone system.
In a memo to council members from Superintendent of Advanced Communications, Scott Koteski, the council was told that the current phone Cisco phone system is lacking in performance and parts and software updates are becomming more difficult to attain.
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