Hi Michele – It’s Penny from NEMRC –


I am copying information that Craig, our IT guy, tells me about your question – maybe it will give you a little help…


One alternative is called 'paperless'.  The record lives on the computer and is backed up.  Unless there is an administrative or legal obligation for a second paper copy, there is no need for printed paper.


There may be custom form implications in their change in disconnect notices, and this should be investigated by NEMRC.


I suppose it is possible to purchase perforated single sheets down the middle, so that 2 copies could be printed on one page, torn in half, and one half kept.


A network copier can print very inexpensively, perhaps $.01/page, and 2 copies printed in this manner may not be objectionable.


Maybe this information is a little bit of help to you?  Let us know if we can help you forward from here…thanks!  Penny, NEMRC


From: Vermont Municipal Government Discussion Network [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Lyndon Town Clerk
Sent: Tuesday, September 29, 2009 1:03 PM
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Subject: Disconnect Notices


We currently use a dot matrix printer to print disconnect notices for water and waste water, whereby we have the pink original to be mailed and a duplicate copy for our records.  Would like to switch over to printing these on a laser jet printer.   Looking to see what others are doing as we would like to avoid printing a second set on the laser printer for our records. 




Lyndon Assistant Town Clerk