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D161 hears new plan for streaming tech, shifts asphalt repair project, settles lawsuit

Flossmoor School District 161 could get back to streaming its board of education meetings and more in the near future.

Superintendent Dana Smith pitched a streaming technology improvement plan to the district’s board of education on Monday, July 19, that would see the district pay $26,557 to Pentegra Systems for the tools to combine data streams to provide clear sounds and visuals for people streaming events such as the board meetings.

The item was presented for discussion only, but Smith verbally recommended moving ahead with the plan, which he said was 

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