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Savannah gets $3.7 million to upgrade emergency radios

The city of Savannah will receive $3.7 million from the U.S. Office of Domestic Preparedness to upgrade police and emergency radio systems, city officials learned Thursday. Along with improving the emergency radio system, the funds mean the city won’t have to request as much money to cover costs associated with this summer’s G-8 Summit. The city is in the process of applying to the state for a portion of $25 million in G-8 money. They have requested $9.5 million to cover security and other costs. Full Story

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