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E911 efforts continue

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Implementation a year or more away, according to local officials

By Stephen Lega

The efforts to bring E911 to Marion County are continuing, but full implementation is still a year or more away, according to local officials.

"Hopefully within a year we can be there," Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly said.

Lebanon Mayor Gary Crenshaw was a bit more cautious.

"My guess is that we're 18 months to 24 months off," he said.

Nevertheless, both think the county is moving closer to providing E911 service.


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