Allen County Commissioners agreed to pay $87,968 to replace equipment in the 911 Center during their weekly meeting on Tuesday morning
911 Communications Director Angie Murphy asked for the money to replace the departments radios, computer server and six computers. Murphy said the radios were brought with them when they moved into their current building, meaning they are at least 11 years old.
The radios come with a $57,493 price tag. The server comes in at $21,787. Murphy said the server was last replaced in 2014 and with equipment updates, they are experiencing issues with the server being able to keep up with new equipment.
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