Supervisors approve Idyllwild and San Jacinto Mountains alert systems

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The Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved an emergency outdoor warning system and traveler’s information stations for Idyllwild and the San Jacinto Mountains.The supervisors voted 5-0, Sept. 21 to add the multi-phase project to the county’s Capital Improvement Program, approve the project in principle, approve a Phase 1 preliminary design budget of $210,768, reject a bid protest while awarding the design and construction contract to Genasys Inc., authorize the director of the county’s Facilities Management department to utilize pre-qualified consultants, and find the project categorically exempt from California Environmental Quality Act review.The public alert and warning systems will be at various locations of the San Jacinto Mountains. The County of Riverside, the
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