Nearly $900K in upgrades ordered for Westmoreland emergency system

Westmoreland commissioners on Thursday approved more than $868,000 in upgrades for the county’s emergency response system, a move officials said will ensure that police, fire and ambulance crews will have new and working radio equipment for the next seven years.

Two maintenance contracts with Motorola Solutions of Chicago, one for more than $225,000 and another totaling nearly $642,000, will cover repair and replacement of outdated equipment through 2025.

Source: Nearly $900K in upgrades ordered for Westmoreland emergency system

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