City Radios Might Have Been a Homeland Purchase in Recent Past
It's possible that bad timing will cost La Crosse taxpayers millions of dollars. Ten years ago, Homeland Security grants could have paid for some, if not all, of the cost to replace the radio system for city of La Crosse workers. Now, the city will have to pay up to an estimated four million dollars to upgrade an aging system
County emergency management boss, Keith Butler. He says the current La Crosse city radio system for police, fire, streets crews and everybody else doesn't communicate with the rest of the radio systems in the county.