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FEMA grant would enable countywide communications upgrade

6:22 AM, Apr. 17, 2013
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The Door County Board and Sister Bay-Liberty Grove Fire Department are working together to acquire a $1.125 million grant to upgrade the county's emergency radio system.

The grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency U.S. Fire Administration (FEMA USFA) would allow the county and fire department to implement a simulcast paging system faster and more cost-effectively than if the county acted on its own, according to the resolution approved 21-0 by the County Board on Tuesday.

Under the terms of the grant that the department has applied for and expects to receive, the county will ...

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