Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 5:00 am (Updated: May 19, 5:00 am)
Reserve money will be used to ensure the city of Lancaster’s 911 system is meeting state standards.
At its Tuesday, May 14, meeting, City Council voted unanimously to use up to $12,000 to buy a new digital recorder for the 911 emergency telephone lines at the Municipal Justice Center.
Lancaster Police Chief Harlean Howard said the current digital recorder no longer operates to its fullest capacity.
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