Janitorial services scaled back
TOPEKA, KS — In a budget saving move, county officials reduced the scope of their janitorial services, according to The Topeka Capital-Journal.
The unanimous vote is expected to save the county $42,481 in its contract with ISS/Cardinal and about $13,635 on its contract with Bob''s Janitorial, the article noted.
The anticipated budget deficit for the county was $4.2 million, which prompted commissioners to look at reducing janitorial services at the courthouse and other county buildings, the article stated.
According to the article, the approved arrangement will also allow the county to evaluate the reduced scope of janitorial services.
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