Bids come in low for audio-visual replacements at Sammamish City Hall

March 30, 2014

By Staff

New: March 30, 4:16 p.m.

Bids for replacing audio-visual equipment in City Hall came in at about 75 percent of what was expected.

On March 11, the City Council authorized spending $281,000 to upgrade the equipment in the council chambers. The equipment has not been substantially changed since City Hall opened in 2006.

The changes will include new microphones for the council and the public, upgrades to make the facilities accessible for people with disabilities, and a host of other changes.

The city will also upgrade its emergency communication center. The council had budgeted $385,000 for the changes.

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