The town of Lowell will merge its emergency communications system with the Lake County sheriff's in six weeks, but consolidation for other town and city police and fire departments remains on hold while debate continues over the cheapest and best designed electronic infrastructure.
CROWN POINT | Lake County's police chiefs want answers about the proposed consolidation of their E-911 call centers, which has produced little beyond a squabble among well-paid government consultants.
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