NJ Spotlight News

Shutoff of Trenton's 911 system averted, $10M upgrade next

Clip: 11/16/2021 | 1m 2s | Video has closed captioning.

Disputes between city leaders and the city’s radio operator left Trenton on the verge of losing its 911 emergency-call system, even as the capital city faces historically high levels of violence. But leaders struck a deal, passing two resolutions, one of which set aside roughly $10 million to upgrade the outdated radio system, with the money to come from federal COVID-19 relief funds.

Aired: 11/16/21

Rating: NR

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