CASPER, Wyo. — The town of Evansville has approved an agreement with Utah-based Caselle to run the town’s municipal court software. The agreement was approved Monday, December 13 at the town council’s regular meeting.
Evansville Mayor Chad Edwards said that previous software system in use, provided by the Wyoming Supreme Court, was being discontinued.
The town entertained three bids for the new software. Edwards said Caselle was not only the cheapest option, but that the software was already in use to manage the town’s utility billing system so its use was familiar to town officials.
Set-up, training, and licensing are included in the $8,875 price tag.
The contract can be found in the December 13 meeting packet and agenda here.