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  • Radio Project's outgoing OSP liaison leaves lasting contributions
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    Oregon State Police Lt. Jim Rentz has been a consistent advocate for radio users and a valued partner for the Oregon Department of Transportation on the State Radio Project. As the project's appointed OSP liaison for nearly four years, Rentz has helped shape the outcome of several important project milestones and has served as a valuable resource for the team. In May, he accepted a position in OSP's Tribal Gaming Division, bringing his tenure on the radio project to a close. 
     
    "Lt. Rentz was instrumental in the successful installation of the new radios for OSP, the transition to narrowband, the selection of additional new radio sites to increase coverage and the initial planning of the new trunked system," said Rob Reish, ODOT Wireless Communications Section manager.   
     
     
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