MERA (Marin Emergency Radio Authority) is a collection of public agencies formed in partnership to provide and operate a public safety radio system. As such, MERA provides a crucial communications delivery system that is interoperable between public agencies in order to efficiently and effectively facilitate critical (emergency) communications.
MERA provides essential communications between and among local and regional public entities that serve all facets of public safety including Fire, Police, Public Works, Special Districts, Transportation and other Emergency Responders, to facilitate the protection of lives and property and enhance the safety of citizens, workers and visitors.
On July 18th, MERA staff presented the Next Generation Project to a meeting of the Marin Managers Association. The same presentation will be shown at the September City Council Meeting. The goal of the presentations is to bring all agencies up to speed on the project that may be on the 2014 November ballot and answer any questions that the governing boards and council may have. These presentations are informational only and no decisions or actions are being requested from MERA member agencies at this time.
Fire Chief Rich Pearch and Police Chief Tricia Seyler will be making the presentation. Please plan to attend this very important meeting.