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Linn County's radio dispatch shifts to digital

Updated: Oct 27

MOUND CITY – Starting Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Linn County Sheriff’s radio frequency will shift to digital.


On Monday, Oct. 3, Information Technology Director Chris Martin told the commissioners that the frequency was changing so the analog frequency will not be working anymore for people who use scanners on that frequency.


In other business, the commissioners:

• Approved reduced dumping fees for a building at 3879 West 300 Road owned by Donnie and Deborah Rhynerson.

• Learned that the grants to the East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging (ECKAAA) had been turned in last Friday. The county is asking funding to help with repairs and updates at the community senior centers.

• Approved closing Scott Road from 1050 to 1000 for a Pleasanton High School cross country meet on Oct. 6.

• Approved a burial permit for Evergy to install fiber-optic cable that is coming north to south down at the power plant area at several sites.

• Approved up to $6,700 for a front pump replacement on an oil truck.

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