City Hall Employees Face Downed Computer Systems, High Heat
CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -
City employees were greeted by some really hot temperatures inside of City Hall on Monday, and it wasn't good news for their computer systems, either.
"When folks got here around 6:30, it was 110 degrees," said Michael Armstrong, director of Municipal Information Systems.
Engineers are not really sure what happened, but the heat forced them to shut down all the computers and restart everything again. That, of course, affected all departments, like business, accounting, email and internet; so if you were having a hard time reaching folks at City Hall on Monday, that's why.
Everything is now back to normal, but workers are still trying to figure out why the systems failed.