Chestnut Ridge, NY, December 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Borough of Ridgefield enhanced their community information system this week by installing two Millennium Visual Systems’ LED, programmable displays outside of their Community Center and Building Department. Mounted on each building, these displays are regularly updated with current information and also provide a constant display of the time and temperature.
With all the exciting events going on community-wide there is no better way to communicate with the public than to centralize the messages on these two displays. Eric Lenander, the Assistant to the CFO of the Borough of Ridgefield said, “These displays maintain an important transparency between our town and the community.”
These displays will provide municipal announcements, recreational information, health information, and assist in emergency management. Recently, they played a critical role in notifying the community about flu-shot clinics and swine flu health precautions. These eye-catching displays are now a crucial part of the Borough’s communication standard.
Millennium Visual Systems, headquartered in Woodcliff Lake, NJ with Business Operations in Chestnut Ridge, NY, designs, produces, sells, and services electronic signs and programmable displays that are widely used in restaurants, convenience stores, retail businesses, schools, hospitals, offices, factories and government facilities. Millennium Visual Systems is a 12 year-young company with expert staff that assists clients in all aspects of a project. From concept development, to installation, to follow-up, Millennium Visual Systems ensures customer satisfaction with ongoing hardware and software support and service. For more information please call (845) 356-4100 or visit at www.millenniumvisuals.com, Facebook, Twitter, or Linkedin.