$502K grant will assist Meeker County in funding its new emergency radio network
LITCHFIELD -- Meeker County has been awarded a $502,000 grant to help fund the new 800 MHz emergency radio network.
The county is pursuing additional grants to help off-set the nearly $4 million project that's part of the state's Allied Radio Matrix for Emergency Response system, known as ARMER, said County Administrator Paul Virnig.
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