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Burlington Cty OEM

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Does anyone have the VHF frequency for Burlington County OEM? I understand they still operate in the 155 MHz area. PL would be nice too! :)
 

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I rarely (if ever) hear OEM comms on the trunking system. I know talk groups have been simplified in the last year, but I haven't found a definitive source for the final update. The county ARES/RACES net is Wed evening on 147.15 and 145.47 Mc (oops, MHz). Winter storms: check out the hwy dept; very active and you'll know where not to travel. HTH.
 
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Sorry to go off topic here but does anyone know the frequency for Cinnaminson public works still don't hear anything on 508.3500 or did they switch to the co highway channel? And does anyone have the frequency for the sewer department thank you for any info
 

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In the years I've listened I never have heard any municipality public works on the county highway TGs. I would look at the FCC ULS database to find any old 155 MHz assigned to the township and search for repurposed radio traffic. HTH.
 

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oh ok thank u for the info ill have to put that frequency in hey by any chance would you know what happen to the Cinnaminson DPW channel? know they used to be on 508.3500 haven't heard anything in years on that channel
 

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508.35 is what was programmed into PD portables under the realignment. I live in warm Florida now so I can't verify that. However, the FCC ULS listing has the following freqs: 502.900, 506.0125, 508.350, 508.300, and 508.9375 (which is the PD local).
 
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oh ok i hear ya and that's awesome that u live in Florida now I'm so tired of this winter down here! lol this sucks and thank u for your info I'll have to put them in and see if i pick up anything
 
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