The California portion of the radio infrastructure project for 911 dispatching is complete.
This measure will allow an increase in the communicative capabilities for law enforcement and fire personnel in Moniteau County, 911 officials said at the May 20 meeting of the Moniteau County Emergency Dispatch Board.
The project, which was approved in the budget for 2018, will improve the safety of responders, the board was told.
Director Kevin Wieberg also told the board the Jamestown site has been finalized and a system will be installed on the Tipton Fire station tower in the next couple of weeks.
The next Moniteau County Emergency Dispatch board meeting will be at 6 p.m. June 13.