Cleveland throws out bids for new radio system

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The city has thrown out two proposals to build a new radio system after more than a year of tinkering, evaluating and other delays and will now start over.

Cleveland had formally requested bids to build a new radio system for the police, fire, water and other departments in February 2009. The project, which would include a transmission system and handheld radios that are compatible with other cities' emergency radios, is expected to cost at least $30 million.

Cleveland throws out bids for new radio system and will start over | cleveland.com
 
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