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City, county consider purchasing new 911 radio system

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Columbus and Bartholomew County plan to share the cost of purchasing a new 911 radio system for all emergency agencies, a system that hasn’t been updated since 2001.

The $529,319 investment to replace the current dispatch system could handle emergency communications for the next decade, Bartholomew County Emergency 911 Operations Director Ed Reuter said.

For more on this story, see Thursday's Republic.

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