The Dublin City Council approved leasing four new police vehicle video camera systems during Monday night’s meeting.

City manager David Carrothers said it was a good deal all the way around because the newer technology comes at a cheaper price of $370 per month rather than the $400 a month the city has been paying.

The council approved a computer use policy for the city that Carrothers said is a realistic policy. He said it basically says not to do things on the computer that you shouldn’t and personal use is acceptable as long as the privilege is not abused.

Carrothers said he is waiting on information from Embarq about a system they have that is similar to Reverse 911 technology.

The council appointed Ed Logan to the Upper Leon River Municipal Water District Board of Directors.

In other business the council,

Decided not to adopt a resolution authorizing intervention in the Public Utility Commission proceeding with TXU/Oncor, and Discussed the park use plan and grant application with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission.