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BOLIVIA—Brunswick County commissioners selected a contractor to build a new 911 center.
The board also approved a $200,000 fee for the company—Stewart Cooper Newell Architects—to begin work on the building design.
Emergency Services director Anthony Marzano said when the county consolidated services with Oak Island’s 911 center last year, it had the opportunity to apply for a consolidation assistance grant through the NC 911 board.
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