MAYVILLE – Chautauqua County has received over $610,000 from a state grant to improve emergency communications.
The money is part of a $45 million dollar state grant from the State Interoperable Communications Grant.
The $611,328 is slated to enable Chautauqua County to expand its ability to communicate, exchange valuable data and streamline info to enhance collaboration between first responders.
The grant is administered by the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. It has awarded $472 million to various counties since December 2011.
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