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COUNCIL TO UPGRADE 911 SYSTEM: Credit funds to cover costs

August 8, 2014

Whitley County Council discussed budgets for 2015 in a meeting Monday. Previously approved CEDIT funds have been designated to pay for needed computer and software upgrades for 9-1-1 communications. From left: Commissioner George Schrumpf, Councilwoman Paula Reimers, Chief-Auditor Vicki Schrader, Councilman Thomas Western, Councilman Kim Wheeler, Councilman Jim Bayman, Councilman Bill Overdeer, and Councilman John Barrett.

WHITLEY COUNTY — The Whitley County Sheriff’s Department will be upgrading its computer communications software to enable better communication and compatibility among their computer units placed in police vehicles and in the Sheriff’s Department building. Enhanced 911 (e911) Director Scott Jones has been looking forward to this upgrade for some time.

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