The measure would allow the purchase of the necessary server, networking hardware and licensing for two projects.

Clayton commissioners approve SPLOST fund transfer

The Clayton County board of commissioners recently approved a budget amendment item to transfer funds from the 2015 SPLOST fund to procure server, networking hardware and server licensing necessary to support the Criminal Justice Information Network and the Enterprise Resource Planning projects, in the amount of $1,983,161.

Commissioners also approved the probate court’s request for an additional paralegal at a salary of $46,001.19.

In a 3 to 2 vote, a budget amendment item to fund the salary of the deputy chief operating officer for the remainder of the fiscal year in the amount of $43,827 passed. Chairman Jeff Turner and commissioner Franklin Warner opposed.

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