Fall River set to fix surveillance cameras

City, vendor engaged in dispute over $9K upgrade

Town officials in Fall River, Mass., are meeting this week with security vendor Shannix to discuss the repair of surveillance cameras the city purchased for nearly $70,000 several years ago and recently learned were not working, according to a report published by The Herald News.

Fall River installed the high-end cameras two years ago following a shooting. The city and Shannix have reportedly been engaged in a dispute over a $9,000 upgrade that was supposed to be performed, which has subsequently led to disagreements over payment and a one-year warranty period for the cameras.

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