GOSHEN — The Goshen clerk-treasurer hopes to bring the city out of the stone age of floppy disks and cassette tapes by updating 20-year-old rules on city records.

Clerk-Treasurer Adam Scharf told city council on Tuesday he intends to establish a fund to preserve city records and get the record-keeping system up to date. He noted the Public Records Perpetuation Fund was part of an ordinance passed in 1999 but was never actually created.

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