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By Mount Vernon News
May 14, 2013 10:57 am EDT

 

MOUNT VERNON — City Council and the Knox County commissioners came together Monday evening to compare notes on issues of common concern and to find ways to work together to save money.

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Topping the agenda was an update of the 9-1-1 move to a single call center in the county building on West High Street.

Commissioner Teresa Bemiller said they had to wait until after the election, but now the Board of Elections has moved its voting machines and other materials to storage in another part of the building. Commissioner Thom Collier said the new space has plenty of room for the equipment, plus room to work on it and new shelving will be added for better storage.

 

 

 

 

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