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Darron Cummings/Associated Press In Evansville, Ind., Larry Schwent surveyed the water that continued to rise around his home Wednesday morning despite rows of sandbags.
That could make the changeover faster and cheaper, Schwent said.
"It's an opportunity we can't pass up that saves us a lot of money and gets us where we need to be," said Bob Schwent, commander of the patrol's electronic services division.
Schwent said his agency had done 90 percent of the work of going out to bid by September when the Department of Justice invited the patrol to join their system rather than build its own.
But other companies, including Florida-based Harris Corp., complained to the patrol that they didn't have a chance to bid, Schwent said.
Pat Schwent and Saxy Jazz, a Jackson-based quartet, will provide the music, and valet parking will be available, she said.