Recent MCDA News
December’s meeting will once again be virtually hosted via Zoom. Please see the agenda for the log-in details. If you did not receive the agenda, it, along with the current Treasurer’s Report and minutes for the Octobrer 2020 meeting have been posted in the Minutes & Agendas tab on the Membe…
On April 14, 2020, Frontier Communications Corporation filed a Notice of Commencement of Chapter 11 in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. MCDA has contacted attorney Doug Van Essen who will be reviewing the document and will render a legal opinion. Additionally, Stat…
Members approved an increase to the membership dues for the coming year. Discussion on the increase had spanned a number of meetings, beginning in 2018, with action being taken at the August 2, 2019 meeting in Gratiot County. Effective immediately, membership dues are as follows:
- To aid and assist in the collection and dissemination of information relating to Public Safety Communications Management
- To promote and support the development and management of Public Safety Communications
- To provide MCDA representation with membership in the numerous national, state and local organizations directly relating to Public Safety Communications
- To provide a network of support for its members
Membership is open to persons who are directors; managers; assistant directors or managing supervisors of a Michigan Public Safety Communications Operation persons who serve as 9-1-1 Coordinators in Michigan.
Current membership includes over 80 Public Safety Communications Departments.
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