MADISON, Wis. (WKBT) — The Crawford County Communications Center received a total of $17,862.58 in a grant program to improve 9-1-1 technology across Wisconsin.
The total includes a $10,717.43 in federal money, according to the Wisconsin Office of Emergency Communications. It is one of 18 projects statewide that received a total of $487,876.65 in the second round of federal funding for 9-1-1 networks, the OEC said in a news release…
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