PARIS — Oxford County commissioners will vote Tuesday on whether to authorize final payment for new computer software for the Oxford County Regional Communications Center.

The meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the commissioners’ office in the courthouse on Western Avenue.

At their Sept. 20 meeting, commissioners voted 3-0 to allow the Oxford County Regional Communications Center in South Paris to spend $10,000 on new computer software offered by Spillman Technologies to help streamline and expedite medical and fire calls.

James Miclon, director of the communications center, said the software “is an important component for expediting dispatch services to first responders, and streamlining dispatchers’ ability to give correct, viable information.”

Melissa Adams, shift supervisor for the center, added that the software would reduce dispatching time and errors.

The commissioners will vote on whether to approve $6,000 for the final payment on the software.

Other items on the agenda include:

• Reviewing bids and authorizing purchase of police vehicles;

• Discussion of the trees on the north side of the Regional Communications Center;

• Executive sessions to discuss personnel matters; and

• Executive session to discuss real estate negotiations related to the Oxford County courthouse.

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