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Clerk warns commission big bill coming

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County needs new computers to meet state e-filing mandates

By Lou Elliott Jones, Editor

The Levy County Commission set its first budget workshop for July 2 to hear requests for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1, but County Clerk Danny Shipp broke out of the gate Tuesday with a request for $200,000 to rewire the courthouse for more modern computers.

Oh, and he needs new computers because 78 percent of the clerk's computers run Windows XP, which Microsoft will not support after April 8, 2014. The rest run Windows 7, and Microsoft is on Windows 8 and working on Windows 8.1 for later this year. 


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