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911 upgrade presentation

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A presentation made by the Board of Commissoners to County Council concerning the P25 upgrade for 911 dispatch and ancillary issues related to the Consolidated Communications Partnership.

A presentation made by the Board of Commissoners to County Council concerning the P25 upgrade for 911 dispatch and ancillary issues related to the Consolidated Communications Partnership.

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  • 1. CCP Budget and Funding of 911 Upgrade BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS- 6/21/2012
  • 2. Overview of CCP/911 Issues 2012 budget shortfall and necessary action Update on revisions to CCP Interlocal Possible relocation of 911 dispatch center P25 upgrade project and funding discussions
  • 3. 2012 CCP Budget During Interlocal negotiations, some City expenses were inadvertently left out (radio shop, etc) Agreement calls for 70/30 split based, so County’s 30% number constrains City’s 70% number ‘Gap’ is between CCP budget and amount provided under Interlocal formula Budget assumed all E911 revenues would be contributed, whereas only wired was appropriated City and County both contributing to ‘gap’ funding
  • 4. Amendments to CCP Interlocal Amendments are needed to address known issues  Fix perpetual shortfall resulting from unknown budget items not included in negotiations of original Interlocal  Changes to operations board of CCP  Clarification that all E911 fees will go to CCP  Clarification of what happens if CCP budget needs to increase Revisions have been discussed between Mayor, Commissioner and CCP attorneys
  • 5. 911 Dispatch Relocation Previous cursory study showed Rousseau Centre basement could be modified to create minimal additional square footage, but as it stands now, is not best suited for the new system Looking at locations outside of Rousseau Centre Hoping to work with community partners Space needs to allow for opportunities for regional dispatch in the future
  • 6. Upgrade to new 911 system Multiple negotiation sessions with Motorola  Motorola has given discounts and incentives beyond the bid price Final negotiated price of $16,986,484  City share @ $9,826,277  County share@ $7,160,207  Radios @ $2,904,436  50% of Backbone @ $4,255,771
  • 7. How do we pay for it? Finance Lease with outside lender Bond against future taxes or revenue Pay with cash
  • 8. Commissioners’ Recommendation For County portion of 911 upgrade, use available cash on hand  CEDIT/COIT ‘windfall’ - $4.8M  Rainy Day - $2.3M Appropriate $1.4M in July from E911 fund to fix ‘gap’ for 2012 budget Preserve remaining balance of E911 fund for possible 911 relocation and cash reserve for CCP

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