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May 6, 2014

County Commissioners set E911 fees

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CLAREMORE —

DeLozier said yes, it would.
Rogers County Sheriff Scott Walton voiced his concerns about the effectiveness of the product and the costs associated with it.
“If we vote on a price tag… I still don’t think the infrastructure is there,” Walton said.
E911 Janet Hamilton attributed the costs to the expansion of the 911-phone system; she did not address the other issues presented by Walton.
The outside agencies present at the meeting did not openly address the board’s decision on the fees, excluding Bob Anderson, Tri-District Fire Chief. 
“We need this 911 center. Nobody is disputing that,” Anderson said.

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