Emergency Radio Fix

Watts, Jim
January 2006
Bond Buyer;1/31/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32309, p27
Trade Publication
The article reports on funds included in a bond package for Phoenix, Arizona that will be used to correct problems of an emergency radio system purchased with debt authorized by voters in 2001. An expansion and maintenance of the existing radio system is planned by the city The system is operated by the city's firefighters and suburban departments dispatched by the Phoenix Fire Department. Problems encountered include transmission delays and loss of signals in large buildings.


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