You can't license a repeater on 155.370 because of it being a nationwide interop frequency. Although it's not used as much anymore, since a lot of states have migrated to 800 Mhz. There used to be continuous traffic on it from Indiana - they used it a LOT.That was a pretty vauge article about comms around GR. They don't really say if they are going to leverage MPSCS but I doubt that they will. What happened to the statewide fire channels that they have had for years as well as 155.370/070 on the PD side. If the FD/PD had these freqs in there respective units couldn't they communicate with each other. I think over the years the main downside was that these were not on a repeater. If you put these older interop(s) on a repeater then you would essentially have the interop that they want/need.all ready today for probably a fraction of the cost.