Lewis County: Proposed 911 Infrastructure Renovation Gets Tentative Price Tag

  • Source: Centralia Chronicle - Metered Site
  • Published: 02/26/2020 03:42 PM

In a meeting with the Lewis County Board of County Commissioners on Monday, Director of Emergency Services Steve Mansfield and Radio Service Administrator for Lewis County Scott Mattoon unveiled price figures for the renovation of Lewis County’s infrastructure for fire, law enforcement and 911 services from a study done by Hatfield and Dawson Consulting Engineers. Mansfield presented six reports regarding the infrastructure’s renovation and added that while some of the reports are in “final form,” others were in “draft form” and would be finalized for a public meeting on March 9. Commissioner Edna Fund said she doesn’t anticipate the figures changing, though, and classified her reaction to their initial mention as “sticker shock.” The proposed renovation is predicted to cost between $6.5 and $7.7 million, depending on several options detailed in the report.



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