During the City of Cortland’s Common Council meeting earlier this week. Councilors voted to spend over $61,000 dollars to transition the City of Cortland to the new platform; revenues are expected to outweigh the expense over time because of better parking system control.
The current system the city uses for issuing citations, managing payments, mailing letters and handling appeals has been costly and labor intensive.
Administrators from the City with conjunction of the City of Cortland Police Department have been conducting research regarding Electronic Parking Solutions over the past several years for a means to simplify all facets of the current parking system to save tax dollars and labor.
The $61,655.00 dollars to transition the City of Cortland to the new parking platform will cover the cost of equipment, licensing, data storage and warranty for three years.