Carrollton Council agrees to switch police phone system


CARROLLTON - The Carrollton Town Council, in a brief meeting on Feb. 4, agreed to switch the telephone system of the police department for a more expensive--but more efficient--system, at the recommendation of the police chief.
Police Chief Anthony Durrah said the town’s policemen currently use the Southern Linc system for about $168 a month, plus $45 extra for the phone used by Mayor Mickey Walker.
Durrah proposed the town switch to the FirstNet system (a division of AT&T).
Durrah said FirstNet would cost more, $327 a month (at least for the first year), but it allow the policemen to have unlimited data and increase the number of devices from four to nine.

See complete story in the Pickens County Herald.
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