The city’s 1980s analog police radio system is such a dinosaur that managers have had to resort to seeking replacement parts on eBay, the department’s union representative told commissioners at Monday’s meeting.
Sgt. Louis Penque again begged the city to either dissolve its consortium with other departments using the OpenSky radio network, merge with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office system, or buy a new system altogether.
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