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Ohio county to use DHS money for emergency communications study


Grant will fund study's 2nd phase
 
By Nancy Bowman 
Dayton Daily News

TROY, Ohio —Miami County again will use federal Homeland Security money to continue a countywide emergency services communications study.

The county commission last year approved hiring RCC Consultants of Richmond, Va., to take a look at existing equipment and alternatives for future operations at a cost of almost $60,000.

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