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Updated Towers and Emergency Radios In Erie County
By Chris Lash
What has been named the Erie County Radio Project is near completion and is going into a 30 day testing stage. The project started four years ago, has updated all emergency radio systems in the county, including here in Union City. Training with the new system will begin for emergency responders and the new system is expected to be fully operational by the end of the first quarter of 2019.
MCM Consulting Group Inc. are the consultants for the Erie County Radio Project. The program has a cost of $26.5 million dollars, but is currently two million dollars under budget. Crews will be finishing the installments on the last of 22 sites and will soon begin testing and tuning the communication towers. One of the towers is located in Union City. According to the MCM Consulting Group website: Those towers, scattered throughout Erie County, are part of an intricate infrastructure upgrade that will improve communication between emergency responders, their counterparts in neighboring communities and dispatchers. “They are working at a breakneck pace,” Public Safety Director John Grappy said of local contractors Perry Construction Co. and Keystone Electric.
The project marks what public safety officials believe is a long-overdue transition to a digital platform. Safety forces now operate on a patchwork of frequencies, from low-band to UHF and VHF. All emergency crews in the county will be equipped with a new radio system that allows them to communicate with other agencies who might also be responding. Before, crews from different townships were unable to communicate directly.