Saturday, December 22, 2007

GE Gets Contract For Civil Defense Radios

On December 22, 1954 Cumberland County commissioners awarded a contract to GE for the county’s new Civil Defense two-way radio system. The contract was to provide for three base stations, 65 mobile units, 21 receivers to trip fire sirens simultaneously, two selective call control panels, 35 weather proof boxes and two walkie talkies. GE’s low bid was $38,051.47. Delivery and installment is to start within 30 days and be completed in 60 days.

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