Keizer (Ore.) public records now easier to search

From Keizertimes:

The city of Keizer has unveiled a new public records retrieval system that is touted as saving thousands of dollars and more effectively serving residents.

For years the city’s record searching system at required downloading and installing software before allowing users to open documents one page at a time. This proved cumbersome to users who were seeking a page out of a budget or council packet that could be hundreds of pages long. Files were downloaded in a format more common among photographers and graphic designers than city recorders and councilors.