Councilman Maurice “Mo” B. Hill and Councilwoman Melanie S. Donohue are the first Toms River, NJ, officials to take part in a program implemented by the township clerk’s office that has an ultimate goal of going paperless. The document management software, Laserfiche, lets records manager Greg Horback hyperlink ordinances, resolutions and accompanying background information for meeting agendas onto a flash drive, which Hill and Donohue then plug into their own personal laptop computers, forgoing the usual manila folders filled with papers. “This just makes it so much more efficient,” Donohue said.
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