Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook presented to the city council at their last meeting information on computers that will need to be purchased for the water treatment plant.
Hook will put the computers in his budget for the next fiscal year, but wanted the council aware of the purchase and why they were needed.
He explains further.
The cost of the computers will be $33,000 if they are ordered at the same time, Hook said. And the plan is to purchase them together.
In other news from Hook, City Crews were busy last week fixing a broken water main on South Lobban Avenue. Hook said a water main split and sent water all over the roads near the break, creating icy areas that crews were cleaning the rest of the week.