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    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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    2. Manufacturing classes added to CMU roster

      Manufacturing classes added to CMU roster

      Jobs are waiting and Montrose manufacturing companies are looking for skilled applicants. Colorado Mesa University staff answered the need by offering courses in manufacturing technology at the Montrose campus. Introduction to Manufacturing and Blueprint Reading will be offered this fall through Western Colorado Community College (WCCC), a division of Colorado Mesa University at the Montrose campus.

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