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‘Interactive’ web page suggested to replace county’s current site

November 15, 2013

    The official Adams County website is an adequate tool for providing basic information about the area and its various governmental entities, but the site is a veritable dinosaur in the every-evolving world of on-line technology and website development, County Data Processing Director Landon Patterson informed Adams County councilors this week.
    The current website is “tab-driven” and utilizes a single page layout to convey basic information, but Patterson commented that “more information should really be on there.” He said the current site makes it hard to post information and is limited in its ability to help locate specific information.
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