City website changes ahead
January 06, 2014, 7:00 pm by Lance Reaves
City Council on Monday approved redesigning the city website and discussed potential solutions to the "duck weed” in Town Lake.
City Manager Brenton Lewis said they had received several comments about the appearance and functionality of the City of Llano’s current website. He said their goal was to make the site "look more like Llano.”
After researching various design firms and exploring websites of surrounding cities, Lewis said staff discovered CivicPlus websites were more "dynamic” and "user-friendly.”
Council members selected the Premium Plan over the Core Plan, which allows the city more involvement in the design. The project development cost for this option is $20,879, and the annual fee—beginning in year two—is $4,039.
Lewis said the city could pay the project off in four years and would fund it through positions that have not been filled but budgeted.
Citizen Ralph Pici, who said he works for a company that designs websites, said he believed the Premium Plan was a good price. In addition, he said this option also offers better functionality.
For the full story, see Wednesday's Llano County Journal.
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