ETSB: Formula for future costs still in works
911 Executive Committee corrects statements made by county leaders
The 911 Executive Committee took some time Wednesday to address statements made by Grundy County officials regarding the progress on a formula for future dispatching service costs.
The current contract the Grundy County Emergency Telephone System Board (911 board) has with its 15 parties expires in 2014. The 911 board's Finance Committee is working on a new formula for the next contract that will include call volume, population, EAV, and other considerations.
Possible formulas are still be worked on, which is why the 911 Executive Committee has not yet been given one on which to vote, said Morris Police Chief Brent Dite, a member of the Finance Committee. The members are working very hard to come up with a fair formula for all involved, he said.
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