Central 911 wants to add fire districts

Shapiro, Mary
May 2013
West County Journal;5/15/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 20, pA1
The article discusses the plans of Central County Emergency (CCE) 911 dispatching agency to take over the areas served by the South County Fire Alarm dispatching agency and North Central County Fire Alarm dispatching agency following their closure in 2013.


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