I spent the recent storm in Ortley Beach (North of Seaside) and Ocean County fire/ems dispatches/ops during and after the storm was like Chinese water torture in that the radio never shut up. Compliments to the 911 dispatchers in Ocean as it was amazingly busy. I know a lot of the radio traffic is carried on the 700 system but I'm likely missing some where the fire/ems agency only has 500 radios using the Unication G5 to listen in. Can anyone with knowledge advise whether the LBI departments have plans to go on the 700 system? I've never heard any LBI VHF fire radio traffic despite being only about 20 miles as the crow flies, most of that distance over flat beaches and water (No urban blockages, and yes I have a separate radio for the VHF). Does anyone know how extensively the DMR LBI island-wide frequencies are being used? Any feedback that the larger and northern towns would move to the 700 system? Brick, Toms River, Lakewood, the Points, etc. Are they happy with their own setups? frequencies?