Puyallup City Council voted Tuesday to approve a preliminary agreement with South Sound 911 that could pave the way for about $3.5 million in radio system improvements at no cost to the city.
The Memorandum of Understanding, approved in a 5-2 vote, outlines a path for continued collaboration between the city and the emergency services organization. The South Sound 911 policy board must approve the agreement before it is enacted.
South Sound 911 is a regional hub that was created following voters’ approval of a countywide sales tax increase in the November 2011 election.
Currently, South …