What is a "remote" radio? I'm afraid I'm not familiar with that term.
Some may end up going to Meigs County EMS. I suspect the fire departments will be left to fend for themselves, which unfortunately seems to have been happening in a number of areas around the state.I'm confused about a few things: Why does a sheriff's department that lists 16 deputies on its roster need a total of 71 radios? What is a "remote" radio? I'm afraid I'm not familiar with that term. And why does this article and another one on wsaz.com imply that Meigs can now start using MARCS, when the county has already been using that system for awhile? Makes me curious what the grant application said.