The Sandwich City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on an IT contract with Custom Computer Repair Service of Sandwich.
The proposed one-year contract is for $24,500. The contract with Custom Computer Repair will be retroactive to May 1.
The largest part of the Custom Computer contract is $15,500 for servicing and server support for 24 desktop computers, four laptops and 12 squad car computers at the Sandwich Police station.
In other business, the Sandwich City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on a $70,000 Applied Ecological Services contract for the Little Rock Creek Watershed-Based Plan. The city is hoping the watershed plan will be the first step in solving the flooding in the northeast part of town.
The Sandwich City Council's Finance Committee will hold a special meeting before the regular city council meeting on Monday.
The Finance Committee will look to approve bills that were not part of the bills approved at the July 15th meeting.
Alderman Fred Krinebrink wants the bills given to the council two weeks before the Finance Committee meeting, and these bills have come in during the last two weeks.
Included are two bills for work on the historic Opera House totaling $10,545.06. Ten new windows have recently been installed in the Opera House.
Monday's meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers in the City Hall Annex at 128 E. Railroad St. in Sandwich.