Global Database Administrator
- Dec 23, 2001
- Ann Arbor, Michigan
How can taxpayers be so god-awful dense to believe grants from otherOfficials learned this month that the town will receive a $579,210 federal grant that, combined with a $250,000 state grant that was awarded last year, will reduce taxpayers' share of the project, originally estimated to cost $1.2 million, to approximately $371,000.
Can only hope that the system is done right. I was looking in the database and it looks like most of the LTR systems in Connecticut are maintained and installed by Marcus communications. I noticed that East Windsor has an LTR system and wonder how that works out for them.Hopefully its not there ****ty LTR stuff. Marcus is famous for putting public safety agencies on business frequencies and then recycling the municipalities frequencies in there LTR system lineup. Basically no matter what Marcus wins because they get more spectrum for there business interests and they sell you equipment. The towns lose if they get swindled into using LTR and lose interoperability with their mutual aid.