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Also during the meeting, the commission approved a lease/purchase agreement for a Savin IM C4500 copier from Century Business Systems for $7,260 with a 36-month lease and a $1 buyout. City clerk Stacey Smith informed the commission that the copier will replace the one at City Hall that was purchased from Century Business Systems in September 2012. According to information provided by Smith to the commission, the new copier will keep the city current with technology. The current Kyocera...Read More...

Council Approves Purchase of Copiers

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The Washington City Council Monday approved the purchase of two new copiers to be used at city hall. The council voted 8-0 to purchase the copiers to be used in the administration and engineering departments, which are the highest users next on the copier replacement list. The cost of the copy machines is $6,110 per machine or $12,220 total. Mary Sprung, finance officer, said several copiers are nearing 10 years old and the city has been informed by its copier service provider that parts...Read More...
Eastchester salesman Joseph Holzberg has been ordered to pay Executex, a Hawthorne company, nearly $1.7 million for pocketing commissions on photocopier scam leases. Federal bankruptcy Judge Robert D. Drain issued a default judgment against Holzberg on Dec. 26, in favor of Executex Inc. Holzberg Whether Executex can actually collect on the judgment is questionable, in that Holzberg has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, declaring $732,080 in assets and $836,400 in liabilities. Chapter 13...Read More...
(TNS) — A bill under consideration in the New Jersey Legislature envisions a paperless state government, and would establish a task force to examine the feasibility of transitioning to digital records. Proponents say that eliminating or reducing the volume of paper used in state agencies would mean less waste, lower costs and streamlined operations. “While going paperless is a large feat, it has the potential to save time and money, as well as save the environment," State Sen. James Beach,...Read More...
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Man Busted for Copying His Yaun

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Police of Guangzhou in South China's Guangdong Province shows forged bills at a press conference held in January 2018. Photo:VCG A man is in custody after police found him in possession of nearly 1.4 million yuan ($202,000) in conterfeit bills. The 65-year-old farmer surnamed Yang was detained at his home on November 23 in Dafang county, Guizhou Province. Officers found stacks of counterfeits and a color copier. Yang told police he had printed all denominations, from 100 yuan ($12) to 0.1...Read More...
A Florida man pleaded guilty to taking part in a scam to cheat Xerox Corp. of millions of dollars in a scam to resell toner for copiers. Jason Haynes entered a guilty plea Monday in U.S. District Court in Rochester to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count of filing a false tax return. Haynes was co-owner of a company created in Florida to carry out the scheme, in which that company ordered large quantities of toner from Xerox but resold it to others in violation of their...Read More...
Approved the purchase of a new Konica-Minolta copier and service contract for the administration office from Graphic Enterprises Office Solutions at a cost of $4,700 with $71 a month for the service contract. Graphic Enterprises will dispose of the current 2009 copier.Read More...

CEO facing sentence for theft of copier

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HACKENSACK – The former chief executive officer of Garfield’s Boys and Girls Club will be sentenced Friday for stealing a $98,000 copy machine from the organization. Authorities arrested and charged Todd Vanderpool with theft by deception in 2017 after he created a false impression to obtain the Copy Star photocopy machine. Vanderpool, 38, had served as the program's director, and was previously the club’s interim CEO in 2013. He was employed as an administrator at Stevens Cooperative School...Read More...
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Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Catoosa County recently struck deals for new copier machines for two of its offices in need of upgrades. During the Board of Commissioner’s Oct. 16 meeting, commissioners approved two new lease agreements that allows for purchase of the machines once the leases are up. County Chief Financial Officer Carl Henson explained to the board that The Colonnade, as well as the Tax Commissioner’s Office, was in need of the new equipment. “We have agreements for two...Read More...

Texas State has a printer problem

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Texas State needs to buckle down, fix the broken printers and order more for the buildings without sufficient printing services. Illustration by Cameron Hubbard College campuses are places of personal growth, learning and high-volume printing. Texas State is no exception. At an enrollment of nearly 39,000 students , the campus needs more than just the current six buildings with SendNPrint access. Students enrolled full-time pay $240 per semester for a computer service fee . Assuming 38,500...Read More...

80 Years Ago Today Xerography Was Invented

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Eighty years ago today, in a home laboratory in Astoria, Queens, Chester Carlson invented a process that would come to be known as xerography. The process would provide the groundwork for the invention of copy machines. Copy machines still exist today, but they no longer rely on xerography and are generally considered an aging technology with limited functionality. This wasn’t the case in the mid- to late-twentieth century. For at least fifty years, work, education, and even politics were...Read More...
Levy James Newberry was in need of money so he took matters into his own hands. He made it on a printer at the New Port Richey Public Library, detectives say. Newberry, 28, was arrested on Sept. 1, but his case is just the tip of a big green iceberg, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. Thanks in part to a burgeoning opioid epidemic and technology that makes it easier to print fake money, investigations into counterfeit operations in Pasco County have jumped by about 50 percent...Read More...
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