Pa. county hires LR Kimball to test cellphone tower accuracy
From the York Dispatch: York County, Pa., has hired L.R. Kimball to examine the county’s cellphone towers and ensure they are accurately reporting latitude and longitude coordinates to the county’s 911 center.
The project costs $83,900. It will be paid for by the county’s wireless fund, which collects $1 from each monthly cell phone bill from York County’s cell phone users.
County commissioners Chris Reilly and Doug Hoke this week approved a contract for checks on the county’s 200-plus towers. Read the entire article here.