Council Considers Police Software Contract, Property Transfers Tonight

City Council will probably also know who won the third and final seat in the Nov. 6 council election

The City Council will consider a proposal to sign a three-year $248,000 agreement with a software company to provide services to the city's police department when the council meets tonight.

The current three-year contract for the company, Data 911/Hubb Systems LLC, expires at the end of December.

The current contract cost the city $222,000. The proposed new contract is an 11 percent increase.

The council will also consider a resolution to transfer city-owned property to the newly formed Pleasant Hill Redevelopment Successor Agency.

The council may also know by then which candidate has won the third and final seat from the Nov. 6 election.

Right now, Planning Commissioner Tim Flaherty leads fellow commissioner Jim Bonato by 71 votes.

County election officials said Friday they may have all the provisional and write-in ballots counted by Monday afternoon.

The new members will be sworn in at the council's Dec. 17 meeting.

Tonight's council meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at the City Council chambers, 100 Gregory Lane.


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