WESCOM wants Channahon to issue bonds for it
Funds needed to construct new dispatching facility
CHANNAHON — The leaders of WESCOM 9-1-1, or the Western Will County Communications Center, are asking the village of Channahon to help them finance a new building.
The agency is very cramped in its current site, leasing space at the Plainfield Police Department, according to WESCOM Executive Director Steve Rauter, and needs a larger building of its own.
Founded in 1992 as an area emergency dispatch center, WESCOM receives emergency 911 calls and fire and security alarm calls and dispatches appropriate emergency personnel. Twenty police and fire departments from Grundy, Will, and Kendall counties are affiliated with WESCOM, including police departments of Plainfield, Shorewood, Channahon, Lockport, and Crest Hill and fire departments of Plainfield, Troy, Channahon, Lockport, Rockdale, Wilmington, and Minooka.
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