Jim Franco reports: The towns computer system was hacked, and the cyber extortionists are asking for about $400,000 in Bitcoin cryptocurrency to unlock it. But, said Supervisor Paula Mahan, the town is operating on a backup system that is allowing day-to-day operations to continue. We get all of our data and our accompaniment system is working as it should be working, she said. We experience an integrated team working on things, and as of compensate now it appears we have done everything properly and the process is going wellspring so we are going to allow them finish up their analysis and we will tour from there. read more on spotlight News.