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Going digital can be tricky. We've learned that here at KOZI in our transition from an analog system to a digital broadcasting setup. Now consider cities transferring all their records from sheets of paper to computer systems. During the transfer, things can be lost, or forgotten. Chelan City Engineer Travis Denham knows about that:

But Denham adds there can be surprises, and says they've had one recently:

Denham said that line was tying into the new line, which meant the contractor had to purchase a new 6-inch valve, which accounted for an unexpected cost increase, but was taken care of in the project budget.

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