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County considers options for 911 funding

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Dwelling unit fee, water service fee among options for rescuing dispatch

By Glen Jennings

According to Shelby County Emergency Management Director Chris Spaulding, the local dispatch center is running out of money and in urgent need of new funding. 

Wednesday night, he met with Shelby County Fiscal Court to talk to magistrates about a few of the ways he wants to put Shelby County 911 in a more sustainable position. 

Spaulding proposed three solutions to the problem of the dwindling funding Shelby County Dispatch is receiving. 


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