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11:00 am - Welcome Reception at the Milwaukee Fire Department Union Local 215 headquarters
This award and the recent "go-live" implementation of our dispatch system for Milwaukee Fire Department demonstrate the continued development of our public safety business," stated Rice.
Four Milwaukee Fire Department members, including Captain Theodore Stribling and Anthony Rueda, arrived on the scene three minutes later.
The Milwaukee Fire Department, for example, will be able to directly communicate with the Milwaukee Police Department and other City departments for the first time, improving collaboration among public safety and municipal agencies.
The City of San Francisco, New York City Transit Authority, City of Baltimore, Milwaukee Fire Department, and police departments in three out of the five metro Atlanta counties in Georgia, are just a few of the public safety organizations that have relied on Stratus servers to ensure their computer-aided dispatch services and life-line communications are up and running 24 hours a day, every day.
Milwaukee, failed to provide the Wisconsin State Emergency Response Board, Milwaukee County Emergency Planning Committee, and the Milwaukee Fire Department the required 1993 and 1994 forms for three hazardous chemicals stored at the facility: carbon dioxide, diesel fuel, and unleaded gasoline.