Pendelton, Oregon, seeks bids for city surveillance

The city of Pendleton, Oregon, is seeking bids for a 10-camera municipal surveillance project along one of its parkways. The project would need to include the ability to wireless network those public surveillance cameras to the police vehicles. According to The East Oregonian newspaper, new cameras will be installed in the police vehicles.

Bid requests were distributed on July 16, and proposals can be submitted until August 17, 2009. The bidding is being handled by Pendleton's city attorney Pete Wells.

It is anticipated that the proposals would come in around $191,000 according to the city.

See original online article from The East Oregonian newspaper.