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Last Post 06/27/2017 04:31 PM by Daniel Youngblade. 6 Replies.
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Stephen French
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02/15/2016 10:29 AM
    What vendors are clerks using to purchase archival paper and binders for Council minutes, resolutions, ordinances, etc...? We currently use Fidlar Technologies out of Iowa, but was wondering if these supplies could be purchase in-state and at a better price.

    Thanks for any help you can give.

    Stephen M. French, City Clerk
    City of Hillsdale, MI
    517-437-6441
    Max Engle
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    02/15/2016 11:09 AM
    I don't know how the price compares but we buy our paper and binders from GBS (Governmental Business Solutions).
    Max Engle
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    02/15/2016 11:10 AM
    I don't know how the price compares but we buy our paper and binders from GBS (Governmental Business Solutions).
    Dendra Best
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    02/15/2016 12:06 PM
    Staples have a wide range of acid free paper and supplies?
    http://www.staples.com/acid+free+pa...free+paper

    Also see http://www.universityproducts.com/ and http://www.gaylord.com/c/Preservation

    A tip too is to be sure you keep those acid free folders in an air tight bag or box - such as zip top food quality or the paper will absorb acid and contaminants from the air? A desiccant pouch will keep any moisture down and a basic bug patch isn't a bad idea too.
    Dendra Best
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    02/15/2016 12:08 PM
    Staples have a wide range of acid free paper and supplies?
    http://www.staples.com/acid+free+pa...free+paper

    Also see http://www.universityproducts.com/ and http://www.gaylord.com/c/Preservation

    A tip too is to be sure you keep those acid free folders in an air tight bag or box - such as zip top food quality or the paper will absorb acid and contaminants from the air? A desiccant pouch will keep any moisture down and a basic bug patch isn't a bad idea too.
    Dendra Best
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    02/15/2016 12:09 PM
    Staples have a wide range of acid free paper and supplies?
    http://www.staples.com/acid+free+pa...free+paper

    Also see http://www.universityproducts.com/ and http://www.gaylord.com/c/Preservation

    A tip too is to be sure you keep those acid free folders in an air tight bag or box - such as zip top food quality or the paper will absorb acid and contaminants from the air? A desiccant pouch will keep any moisture down and a basic bug patch isn't a bad idea too.
    Daniel Youngblade
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    06/27/2017 04:31 PM
    Good afternoon,

    My name is Dan Youngblade, and I work with Government Forms & Supplies. We specialize in providing County & Municipal governments with print supplies - including minute books, archival paper, printed forms, envelopes, checks, stampers, etc.

    Government Forms & Supplies recently attended the MAMC Conference in Kalamazoo, and we attended the MTA Conference in Detroit as well. Please feel free to call or email with any questions or inquiries. Our prices are competitive, and we will have no problem fulfilling your print supply needs. We can match your existing items exactly, or make any revisions that you would like to make.

    Website: www.governmentformsandsupplies.com

    Best regards,

    Dan Youngblade
    Government Forms & Supplies
    844-224-3338
    dan@governmentformsandsupplies.com
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