Cities’ radio systems transferred to new authority
10:20 AM, Tuesday, April 28
The North Fulton Regional Radio System Authority reached an important milestone this week, as the radio systems used by public safety personnel in the cities of Alpharetta, Milton, Roswell and Sandy Springs were transferred from Fulton County to n...

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