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AIR DATE: November 6, 2012

Sheriff Doug Gillespie announced that his Metro officers were no longer going to be using the Desert Sky digital system for their radio communications. Officers have complained that the system drops out too often and puts them in danger. How much money did taxpayers lose on this system? How much will we need to pay for a new one?
 
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Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission, District A

 

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