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Lack of communication has cost a Cranberry Township telecommunications company a hefty contract to installing a new telephone system for the Homer-Center School District. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, The Homer Center School Board has rescinded their approval of an August 6th motion to enlist ASCC Incorporated at a cost of nearly 49- Thousand Dollars, to provide and install a new phone system. The Board changed its mind when they found out that the vendor is not approved through the Pennsylvania Education purchasing program for Micro Computers. Instead the district will purchase additional network equipment from PEPPM – approved vendor with 7,529 dollars drawn from the district’s capital budget bringing the total cost of the project to 56,470 dollars

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