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Scotia-Glenville intercoms, single entrances boost security

Some solutions prove too costly for now

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Scotia-Glenville School District officials are planning to spend up to $50,000 to install new intercom and buzzer systems at building entrances in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting. Superintendent Susan Swartz said the new intercom system would be installed by September. People would press a button and it would ring phones in the office to alert staff that someone is requesting to enter the building. The doors would be locked. It is somewhat expensive ...

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