1. City approves $879K for dispatch startup

    The City of Montrose made good on its pledge to move forward with creating the Western Colorado Regional Dispatch Center, on Tuesday night approving a significant chunk of money for equipment purchases and answering link technology.

    Council voted 4-0 to pay $695,172 for equipment and services from Motorola/QDS Communications. The body also voted 4-0 to purchase from CenturyLink the necessary PSAP 911 equipment for $184,785. Councilor Judy Ann Files, the fifth member, was absent.

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