Norwich voters approve plans for new police radio system


Police officers in Norwich will be receiving a new radio system after Tuesday’s elections.

Most voters answered “yes” on ballot question number three asking to implement tax dollars for five fiscal years to help pay for the new system.

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The current radio system had not been updated in Norwich since the 1940s and officers said it was unreliable.

The city will now be connected to the state’s radio system.

7,526 residents voted “yes,” while 2,422 said “no.”

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