Penobscot County will ask voters on July 14 to approve a $6 million bond to upgrade equipment on towers that relay signals to emergency responders and in the Penobscot County Communications Center.
The current equipment on the towers is more than 20 years old and parts are no longer available when it breaks down, director Christopher Lavoie said… READ MORE
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