Ill. city council uses iPads in effort to go paperless

01/31/2013 | News-Gazette (Champaign-Urbana, Ill.), The

To move the Gibson City, Ill., City Council toward going paperless, the council approved a $6,000 purchase of Apple iPads, which councilors used for the first time this week. The tablets are meant to give the council convenient access to documents and maps, and the council plans to purchase a document scanner to assist in the paperless process. The effort is part of a citywide plan to go green.

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