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IT bids approved for 9-1-1 consolidation — Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — The Knox County 9-1-1 Consolidation project turned to Information Technology on Thursday. Richard Dzik, 9-1-1 director, presented recommendations for ...

Fredericktown supports 9-1-1 consolidation - Mount Vernon News

Fredericktown Village Council voted unanimously Monday night in favor of the 9-1-1 reorganization which includes consolidating the two dispatch centers into one ...

9-1-1 committee tables decision - Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — The 9-1-1 Planning Committee tabled the vote that will decide whether or not to move forward with the 9-1-1 consolidation plan after a public hearing ...

City approves 9-1-1 - Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon City Council voted to approve the 9-1-1 Plan revision during Monday night’s City Council meeting. The final vote was 5-1-1. Mike ...

Many variations in running 9-1-1 centers - Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — Knox County has been moving to consolidate its two 9-1-1 call centers into one location, at the County Service Center building, but several concerns ...

Centerburg council voices support of 9-1-1 consolidation ...

CENTERBURG — Centerburg’s Village Council has thrown its support behind the proposed consolidation of Knox County’s 9-1-1 system. After reviewing ...

Prices going up at Hiawatha pool - Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — At its meeting Monday, city council gave only a first reading to the resolution approving the 9-1-1 call center consolidation plan, but approved a ...

Acting police chief Hartz suspended — Extra Edition

The violation reportedly involved a Knox County 9-1-1 employee, according to 9-1-1 coordinator Rick Dzik, ...

Process begins for consolidating 9-1-1 centers

Knox County 9-1-1 Board acted Tuesday to begin the process of consolidating the two call centers by the end of 2013.

Raver sentenced to six years in prison - Mount Vernon News

Raver had called 9-1-1 on Aug. 12 claiming her son was barely breathing after having fallen down a stairs at their West Vine Street residence.

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