Greene puts final touches on 911 upgrades
Mar 25, 2019 2:30 pm
Sarah Trafton is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media Greene County lawmakers approved a resolution last week to purchase a new $111,000 voice recording system for the Greene County 911 Center. The system records communications on all phone and radio lines located at the center. Grant funds from the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services will cover $100,000 of the total, with the balance being paid by Greene County Emergency Services. The voice-recording purchase marks the latest and final upgrade to the 911 Center, Greene Emergency Medical Services Deputy Director Randy Ormerod said. The four-year renovation cost approximately $2 million. Greene Emergency Medical Services recently received a national award for its innovative use of the CAD system. The software company behind the CAD system will honor the county and 32 other recipients at its 2019 Tyler Connect conference in April. Read the full story at HudsonValley360 [dot] com.