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    Sharon Colling has been hired on as the new administrator of the Hamilton County Manor.

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County learns of survey data loss PDF E-mail

Deliberate damage or power outage?

Whatever the cause, the server that contains all of Hamilton County’s GIS, city, villages and Homeland Security information has been compromised and the cost to the county could have been staggering.

While it was feared the cost to recover data from a corrupt hard drive, an internal backup and an external backup for the server in the surveyor’s office could total upwards of $100,000, it may end up costing the county a tenth of that amount.

That was good news for the county, but it came with a dose of bad news when Hamilton County surveyor Duane Katt told commissioners he believes someone entered his office at least twice after hours, breached the passwords and removed files before corrupting the hard drive and backups.

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Husky Homecoming PDF E-mail

Friday was a great day to be a Husky, as Aurora High School students joined with the community in celebrating the final day of Homecoming activities. A downtown parade drew hundreds of red-clad folks to the downtown square. At halftime of the football game, Alex Brechbill and Savannah Epp were crowned Homecoming king and queen.

 
Commissioners approve interlocal agreement PDF E-mail

Hamilton County Commissioners put their stamp of approval on a revised one-year interlocal agreement with the City of Aurora to house the police department in the county’s Law Enforcement Center.

Sheriff Kirk Handrup met with commissioners Monday morning, noting he approved of the revisions that were made to the interlocal agreement and recommended commissioners do the same.

Commissioners took their cue from Handrup, unanimously approving the agreement, which became effective Sept. 1 will continue for the next 10 months, ending June 30, 2013, unless renewed.

 

 

 
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