RTMA June 2021 meeting

A short meeting for the Ridgway Township Municipal Authority on Thursday. 

RIDGWAY--The Ridgway Township Municipal Authority (RTMA) announced that the new SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system Is installed and working “great!”
This installation had no impact on customer's water service.
The Board first approved a SCADA replacement project after receiving a proposal from Cambria Systems from the bid package submitted in September of 2020. At the cost of $78,650.00, Cambria  Systems will replace the aging system. A SCADA is an automated control system used in many industries, including water distribution and monitoring. The system has a centralized location that monitors and controls many routine functions. The board also authorized  Jeff Marzella, the Treasurer, to secure financing for the project from a local financial institution. CNB Bank was chosen with the most favorable rate at 2.77% for a Tax-Free entity. The funds will be made payable to Cambria Systems upon completion of the project.  The project had been delayed for several months due to the COVID-19 supply-chain distribution but is now on track and will be completed by the end of the month. 
Read more in Friday's Ridgway Record

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