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Q:does marcs IP have same zones as OLD marcs?

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i am getting ready to program this into my scanner.

i have a GRE psr500 so i have to break down regions across multiple v-folders -else there isnt enough memory in one v-folder for everything (i also have local pd and sheriff)

i program the whole state since i drive the whole state for my job in sales.

so my question:

are there still MCALL and MCOMM zones like on the old system?

someone once gave me a map showing what counties were in each mcall and mcomm areas, as well as which osp districts were in each zone.
 

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i am getting ready to program this into my scanner.

i have a GRE psr500 so i have to break down regions across multiple v-folders -else there isnt enough memory in one v-folder for everything (i also have local pd and sheriff)

i program the whole state since i drive the whole state for my job in sales.

so my question:

are there still MCALL and MCOMM zones like on the old system?

someone once gave me a map showing what counties were in each mcall and mcomm areas, as well as which osp districts were in each zone.
The physical zones for the system have changed, but the zones for MCALL and MCOMM have not changed, so your map is still valid.
 
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