Newburgh votes to disclose service contracts

Newburgh’s Council took a step toward increased transparency on Monday, approving a resolution that would make public all service contracts exceeding $5,000.

The resolution applies to contracts entered into since January. It requires that a full copy of each contract, and the bid package requesting the service, be posted in an online database that is fully searchable.

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