The Town of Richland, NY (November 2020) – The Town of Richland announces the purchase of an AMI meter reading system including 1,000 Stealth Radio MIU Transmitters to retrofit all current bronze meters. Implementation of this project has begun and is scheduled to be completed in June 2021. “This upgrade will greatly enhance reporting efficiencies and allow meters to be read and monitored from a central location,” stated Daniel Krupke, Town Supervisor. “The result is the utility will operate more efficiently while improving service to our customers.” Zenner USA provided the metering solution and Blair Supply Corporation is providing the project design and installation. Government Capital Corporation, Southlake, Texas provided the financing for the project.
“Government Capital’s expertise and experience was a great value to our project,” stated Daniel Krupke. “Their knowledge of public sector financing greatly streamlined the project.”
“I want to congratulate Daniel Krupke, Town Supervisor for his foresight and leadership with the upgraded water meters and AMI infrastructure,” stated Paige Locknane, Client Services, Government Capital Corporation. “This investment will benefit the Town of Richland for many years.”
About the Town of Richland
The Town of Richland is unique as it is bordered by Lake Ontario’s eastern shore in Oswego County in the heart of the Salmon River corridor. The Town of Richland offers white sand beaches, state parks, four seasons of recreation and year-round sport fishing. The pride of Richland is the state-of-the art water system that provides award winning water quality, serving Richland and neighboring towns.
About Government Capital Corporation
Government Capital Corporation is a leading public finance firm providing professional financial services to municipalities, fire districts, schools, hospitals and other local governmental entities. Since its founding in 1992, the company has successfully completed thousands of municipal financings exceeding $4 billion in New York and across the country. For more information, visit www.govcap.com.