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Cape May OKs Contract With New Vendor for Telephone Service

Cape May OKs Contract With New Vendor for Telephone Service

By Vince Conti

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CAPE MAY – At its Wednesday, Nov. 8 meeting, Cape May City Council authorized an award to a new vendor to replace the telephone service that had previously been provided by Comcast.

The city has experienced multiple interruptions of phone service over several months and made the decision to move on to a new vendor. Mayor Zack Mullock said, “We waited for Comcast for three months and have to move on.” The resolution voted at the meeting authorized a contract with Docutrend Inc., of New York City, for a 36-month period at a cost not to exceed $53,380.

At the meeting City Clerk Erin Burke noted that one of the phones that is no longer working is the one with the number that is printed on tax bills that were recently sent to residents.

Burke and Mullock advise that anyone having difficulty getting through to city hall should call 609-884-9541 and ask to be transferred to the proper office.

Contact the author, Vince Conti, at vconti@cmcherald.com.

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Vince Conti is a reporter for the Cape May County Herald.

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