County offers to take over dispatch service for free

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  • dgt7141 posted at 2:24 pm on Tue, Mar 19, 2013.

    dgt7141 Posts: 1

    My father always said the only free things in life is headachs and grief , the county offer maybe free to the city but not to the taxpayers of the cities.A while back ago the Mayor was looking into money from 911 attached to phone bills ,for some reason that faded away,then the city gave a 3 year edic so the police Chief could staff and get the over time under control.Now the county offers free,The question is how free .Don`t the cities taxpayers pay a county tax for energancy services or something like that ?then I would imagine the county could raise taxes to offset the additional people it would take on to provide those sevivces ,not to mention those that live outside the cities would also see an increase .It is MY OPINION a deal was struck between the city and county to aviod another law suit and the county agreed to this deal ,Just another " interlocal agreement " . So I ask ,is this truely free

     

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