"One button and it prints the letters that need to be sent out," Perkins said.
There will be three letters that are sent out. The first will be a "nice letter" letting the offender know of the violation and that the ticket needs to be paid. The second letter will inform the recipient that it has been 60 days since the violation and the fine has been increased. Finally, the last letter will inform the recipient that they are in default.
"It's very labor saving," Perkins said. "Patty [Couch, deputy village clerk] was typing the letter [and] the labels."
The board voted in favor of purchasing the program and service contingent on the agreement including the village being allowed to give a 30-day cancellation notice and the board and attorney receive a narrative description that says what iSafeTECH will provide to the village.
For more information about iSafeTECH, log onto isafetech.com. To learn more about iPARK, log onto iparkapp.com.