Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Security-Camera Upgrade Moving Ahead

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

Security-Camera Upgrade Moving Ahead

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TENAFLY -- Plans are moving forward to upgrade security cameras at the borough's municipal complex.

Bids are expected this week after officials resolved on March 11 to solicit companies for installation of cabling, equipment, software licensing and 10 high-definition cameras.

Recommendations to update current black-and-white cameras with state-of-the-art monitoring equipment were made by Police Chief Robert Chamberlain last year.

"The cameras we have here are antiqued and are black and white," Chamberlain said. "Looking at what we have here, we have a handful of cameras. We definitely are in need of them for security purposes of course. The [new cameras] will be in color, and high definition."

The cameras will be installed around the complex, with five cameras in the building and the rest outside the perimeter. The locations will include the borough hall entranceway, council and courtroom entrances, chambers, the south and north hallway, the parking lot, the eastern walkway running along Riveredge Road, the Youth Center entrance, Peace Plaza, the library's exterior and the municipal field and Snack Shack. …

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