911 center management change moves new building closer to sheriff’s office

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By Brian Slattery

After moving responsibility for 911 calls to the sheriff, county commissioners decided at their Sept. 3 meeting a new 911 call center building should be built next to the sheriff’s office.

The central communications department includes 911 dispatch, Viper radio maintenance and technical support. The division was formerly under the supervision of Anthony Marzano, emergency management director.

A new 911 center, planned as a 10,000-square-foot stand-alone building, was intended to be built right behind the current Emergency Operations Center.

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