The Mid-Michigan District Health Department Board of Health has voted to purchase a new fleet and light production machine of copier and printer equipment from Ricoh for $74,569.
The move is expected to save the organization $36,000 per year and the total cost will be amortized over eight years at $9,321 per year, according to Health Department Executive Administrative Assistant Cindy Partlo, who presented the financial information at Wednesday’s virtual meeting of the Board of Health, which covers Clinton, Gratiot and Montcalm counties.
The health department also received quotes from Applied Imaging for $201,328 and from Michigan Office Solutions for $78,093.
Some health officials expressed concern at making such a major purchase amid likely budget reductions due to the coronavirus pandemic. read the rest here