Broome County is getting over $200,000 in New York State funds to make improvements to its emergency response operations.

Governor Andrew Cuomo this week announced $10-million statewide for upgrades to 911 response and emergency service dispatch operations.

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Broome County is getting $210,433. Chenango is getting $188,034, Cortland $188,819, Delaware $142,977, Tioga $129,555 and Tompkins County $131,693.

Cuomo says the annual grant allows for state reimbursement to counties for eligible emergency call-taking and dispatching expenses.  The Democrat says all counties in the state and New York City chose to participate this year. The largest award was to Albany County at $236,969.

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The money is administered through the state Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services.

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