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Atlanta officials say they need a $41 mil radio overhaul


By Eric Stirgus
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA Atlanta officials made a two-hour pitch Monday to City Council members that a new $41.6 million radio system will help authorities communicate better with police and fire officials across the region.

The city wants the council to approve a 10-year lease with Motorola to replace Atlanta's 12-year-old analog system with a digital system being used in Cobb County. The Motorola system is being installed in DeKalb and Gwinnett counties.

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