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Push for E911 continues

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County will seek grant funds from the state

By Stephen Lega

Marion County may be crawling toward E911, but it is getting closer to acquiring the service.

Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly told the fiscal court during its July 7 meeting that he had spoken recently with Joe Barrows of the Kentucky Commercial Radio Services Board, and the board may assist the county as well.

"The board was aware of our little more aggressive efforts than some of the counties that were not Phase II compliant," Mattingly said. "And they wanted to help us to get there."


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