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Fixes offered for county sound system

April 21, 2011

COLUMBIA CITY — At recent Whitley County Plan Commission meetings, residents interested in the issues being addressed struggled to hear speakers.
Occasionally, feedback would screech into the ears of attendees and recurring issues with the sound system, at times, seemed to upstage the topics at hand.
Earlier this week, the Whitley County Commissioners heard three solutions to the problem with the county’s sound system.
Joel Moss of TCSI offered three solutions to various sound system problems in the Whitley County Government Center.
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