The funds will allow the local districts to buy equipment for the Next Generation 911 project.
The funding plan will provide each district with $120,000 plus an additional amount determined by the districts population.
The state is moving ahead with plans to convert 911 to a digital system and expects to begin deployment of NG 911 by early 2011.
The board is part of the Department of Commerce and Insurance.
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