Dispute in Trenton could lead to 911 system being shut off
Clip: 10/20/2021 | 3m 44s | Video has closed captioning.
In Trenton, city officials are sparring over how to pay for the city’s emergency radio and phone systems. The city council won’t authorize the payment of an outstanding bill of $200,000 to the current service provider. As a result, Trenton’s 911 system is at risk of being shut off at the end of the month. The bickering over what to do comes at a time when crime is on the rise in Trenton.
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