County votes to take over E-911 and let City handle Rescue

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By Calen McKinney

Magistrates voted Monday night to have the County take over E-911 service and have the City provide Rescue services for the entire county.

However, the City hasn’t yet offered to do that. In fact, just last week the City sent a letter to the County asking to extend the agreement that has the City handling all Rescue services and the County providing $650,000 toward that.

Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers said if the City responds by offering to let the County operate both Rescue and E-911, the County would accept.

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