Emergency? E-911 director asks board to answer call as equipment nears end of life

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

A request to upgrade the emergency 911 equipment at the Sunflower County Sheriff's Department has been temporarily put on hold until the next scheduled meeting.

E-911 Director John Thompson said although the current equipment is still functioning properly it has reached the manufacturer’s recommended life expectancy.

 
 
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