911 property fees would go into effect this year

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Fiscal Court plans an update after first year

By Glen Jennings

 Shelby County Fiscal Court’s new plan to fund the local 911 system would go into effect this year if passed, but could soon see changes after being adopted.

According to Shelby County Judge-Executive Dan Ison, the ordinance, which received a first reading at the July 2 Shelby County Fiscal Court meeting, would fund the county’s 911 program through a $48 fee on property on the county. Ison said that if the ordinance is passed, residents could see the fees on their tax bills as early as this November.

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