The City Council approved Monday a $50,044.74 contract with Commercial Fire Protection, Inc. for installation of a fire suppression system in the library’s broadband internet and server rooms.

According to city documents, the lack of a fire suppression system puts at risk millions of dollars worth of city data and IT infrastructure.

Commercial Fire Protection will install two clean-agent automatic fire suppression systems to protect a 205-square-foot server room, consisting of one cylinder mounted on the wall; and a 130-square-foot fiber internet room, also consisting of one wall-mounted cylinder.

Each protected area will have a remote manual release station.

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