Covering just two square miles, Chelsea, MA is the state’s smallest city, but also one of its densest with 35,000 residents residing in its two square miles. Housing a dozen schools and a dozen-plus more municipal buildings, Chelsea is “certainly compact,” as IT Director John Hyland puts it. (more…)
LONG BEACH, CA and EAST ROCHESTER, NY (Laserfiche and LincWare)—April 12, 2011—Laserfiche and LincWare today announced the availability of a connector that integrates LincWare LincDoc with Laserfiche 8.2. (more…)
Gordon Flesch, Inc. (GFC), based in Madison, WI, with branch offices in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, has already earned 60% of its total sales revenue from last year. (more…)
As the IT Director for Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) in Ontario, Canada, Mike Hiltz provides IT leadership and proactively brings technology opportunities to HWDSB’s various departments. (more…)
LONG BEACH, CA (Laserfiche)—January 19, 2011—Laserfiche has announced the winners of its annual Run Smarter Awards program, including Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB). Each year, Laserfiche honors organizations that succeed in promoting organizational agility through innovative use of Laserfiche enterprise content management (ECM). (more…)
For Indiana’s Elkhart County—known primarily for its large Amish population and for manufacturing roughly half of the world’s recreational vehicles (RVs)—brownfield sites have long posed a challenge.
“A brownfield site is an abandoned industrial property with an environmental or safety stigma attached to it,” says John Hulewicz, environmental health supervisor in the Elkhart County health department. “Maybe people think there’s hazardous material onsite that’s leaching into the water supply, or maybe they believe that the property is a gathering place for vandals and gangs. Whether these beliefs are based in fact or fiction, brownfields decrease the county’s tax base. Our goal is to encourage revitalization and redevelopment wherever and whenever we can.”