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Hurricane Irma revealed flaws in Lee County’s emergency system.

But now those flaws have been fixed. In case of emergency or disaster,  first responders can now be sure they’ll hear each other on their radios. Crews spent Thursday installing a tower shelter to protect Lee County’s new emergency communications system.

The $14 million project will triple the capacity of emergency communications, improve radio workability between first responders and provide storm resilience in the case of a major storm…

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