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Court will proceed with 911 fee

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By John Shindlebower

The Spencer County Fiscal Court voted 5-1 Monday to authorize Judge-Executive John Riley to work with the other county officials and the 911 Committee to continue to explore an ordinance that would enact a 911 dispatch fee on property owners to offset the declining revenues collected for that purpose on landline phones.
Riley proposed the fee in an email sent out last month, explaining that a current $1.84 per month fee on landlines is generating much less money than in years past as county residents are following the national trend of relying solely on cell phones.


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