School district considering security upgrades

By Erica Quednau | equednau@wcia.com

Published 11/15 2013 02:03PM

Updated 11/19 2013 12:33PM

BEMENT -- School district officials are talking about beefing up security. They want to add a buzz-in system to the district's two schools. It would mean video and audio surveillance, doors locked all day and office personnel controlling who comes in and watching who goes out.

The superintendent says an original estimate for the system was about $5,300, but changes were made to the possible design, so it could cost more. They hope to make a decision within a month.

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