NAPOLEON — Motorola’s $112,000 bid to sell new emergency radio equipment to the county was accepted during Thursday’s meeting of the Henry County commissioners.
The price includes 10 APX 4000 P25 portable radios, 10 APX 4500 single-band P25 portable radios and five APX 7500 consolettes, as well as related equipment, installation, programming and service contracts. The purchase will enable the county to transition to the Lucas County’s trunked radio system.
In other business Thursday, the board renewed enterprise zone agreements for TJ Automation, Miller Brothers Construction Inc., Railtech Boutet Inc. (Pandrol), Custom Agri Systems Inc., Campbell Soup Company and Keller Packaging of Napoleon.
The Tax Incentive Review Council (TIRC) found the businesses were in compliance with all terms of their current agreements, taking into account “fluctuations in the business cycle unique to that owner’s business.”
The Henry County commissioners will meet again Tuesday. Scheduled are a bid opening for the village of Deshler Park sidewalk improvement project, and an update on the senior center from Sarah Erb and Sandy Schlosser.
Meetings of the Henry County commissioners are open to the public.